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MeterLink™ Diagnostics Software
Meterlink Software
Unique to Rosemount™ Ultrasonic Flow Meters, the MeterLink software application displays a wealth of advanced diagnostics in real-time to help operators quickly troubleshoot meter performance or pinpoint the cause of a flow disturbance.
This feature-rich software improves uptime by providing easy access to expert flow analysis and alerts operators of abnormal flow profiles. The system's unparalleled combination of advanced diagnostics and early alarm capabilities ensures operators can immediately troubleshoot and resolve meter issues before failure occurs.
MeterLink™ Diagnostics Software


Software Requirements
Microsoft® Windows® 7, 8.1 and 10 as well as Office® 2010 to 2019
Hardware Requirements
PC with 1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor, and that meets the system requirements for the operating system; 100MB of free hard disk space; 1 Ethernet port or serial port; Display with at least 1024x768 screen resolution
Backward compatible with all Rosemount gas and liquid ultrasonic flow meters
Requires RS-232, RS-485 full duplex or Ethernet (recommended)


  • Identify debris and blockages system-wide before measurement is impacted with dynamic flow based diagnostics
  • Minimize flow measurement uncertainty by determining the root cause of the diagnostic parameter indication
  • Directly compare measured and calculated SOS to avoid temperature or gas composition issues
  • Minimize maintenance with condition based diagnostics that ensure inspections are scheduled only as required
  • Avoid process upsets with Baseline Viewer that delivers predictive alerts based on deviations from baseline
  • Expedite meter configuration and startup
  • Easily access and monitor all Rosemount ultrasonic flow meters on a network with MeterLink Net Monitor
  • Supports collecting Smart Meter Verification Basic reports from meters that support this feature. Smart Meter Verification greatly minimizes time spent analyzing data and provides access to expert flow analysis and an intuitive overall measurement status result