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Usability, Process Insights Drive New Micro Motion Transmitter Offering

Micro Motion's New Flagship Model 5700 Transmitter Is Designed to Be Easier to Install, Configure, Operate and Troubleshoot

By Keith Larson

CG1310 emerson show/emersonexchange/ Emerson Process Management has introduced the Micro Motion Model 5700 Transmitter, a Coriolis flow transmitter designed to translate measurement data into meaningful insight and instruction. The Model 5700 is applicable for a broad range of applications, from liquid and gas custody transfer to simple process control.

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