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Part 3 of 3: Replacing a HART Transmitter with a Fieldbus Transmitter on Brooks Instrument MT3809 Metal Tube Flow Meters

FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus Transmitter Enables Easier Integration with Control Systems

In this final tutorial in the series, you will learn how to configure the transmitter and mount the bottom scale and cover. Follow the steps below to learn more.

Step 12: Mechanical Zeroing

Place your finger on the needle to hold it in place. A raw zeroing can be done via the hex screw to fix the needle. A fine zero adjustment can be done via the screw on the needle.

Step 13: Zeroing the Transmitter

Feel free to reference :29 in the video to see how to shortcut pin 8 and 9 after powering up the transmitter. You can use a paperclip to shortcut terminal 8 and 9 by using a paperclip.

Step 14: Mount the Bottom Scale

Place the bottom scale and tighten the screws.

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This concludes the series on how to replace a HART transmitter with a FOUNDATION Fieldbus transmitter for the Brooks Instrument MT3809 Metal Flow Meter. As always, contact our Technical Services team for local support wherever you are around the globe.

For more information about the Brooks Instrument MT3809 Series Metal Tube Variable Area Flow Meters, view this page.

About The Author

Adrie Kelderman
Technical Helpdesk Engineer

Aldre Kelderman is a technical helpdesk engineer at Brooks Instrument. He is a senior member of our European team located in The Netherlands.

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