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Rosemount™ 3051S Wireless High Static DP Transmitter
rosemount 3051s wireless high static dp transmitter
Built with WirelessHART®technology and SuperModule™ design, the best-in-class Rosemount 3051S Wireless High Static DP Transmitter withstands static pressure of up to 15000 psi (1034 bar).
Utilizing the Rosemount Coplanar™ technology for reduced installation weight, this transmitter measures differential pressure and device temperature. With a coned and threaded direct connection for high static pressure conditions, this wireless transmitter delivers accurate data, even in harsh locations.
Rosemount™ 3051S Wireless High Static DP Transmitter


Up to 15-year limited warranty
Up to 150:1
Communication Protocol
Measurement Range
Up to 150 psi (623 bar) Differential with maximum working pressure up to 15000 psi (1034 bar)
Process Wetted Material
Alloy C-276
Basic Diagnostics, Loop Integrity, Process Intelligence, Plugged Impulse Line
NACE, hazardous location, see full specs for complete list of certifications
Update Rate
1 sec. to 60 min., user selectable
Power Module Life
Up to 10-year life, field replaceable (order separately)
Wireless Range
Long range (225 m), extended range (800 m), remote (225 m) and high-gain remote (1 km)


  • SuperModule design withstands static lines pressures of up to 15000 psi (1034 bar)
  • WirelessHART® technology is secure, cost-effective and delivers >99% data reliability
  • Innovative, compact, coplanar platform reduces up to 60% of the weight versus today’s high pressure transmitters
  • All-welded, hermetic design of the SuperModule platform resists overpressure and line pressure effects to ensure 0.055% accuracy
  • Best-in-class wireless accuracy and stability for process automation
  • Robust design, backed by 10-year stability, withstands the harshest production environments
  • Easy installation enables quick instrumentation of measurement points without the cost of wiring
  • SmartPower™ module provides up to 10-year maintenance-free operation and field replacement without transmitter removal


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