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Old November 4th, 2010, 07:08 PM
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Certifying a device for FNICO (now FISCO ic) would be quite a waste, since you could not use the product in a FISCO ib/ia application.
If you however certify your device FISCO ia (formerly: just FISCO), you can use it in all applications (Zone 0, 1, and 2).
In a study performed earlier (see thread here: http://forums.fieldbus.org/showthread.php?p=5512 ), there were no FNICO-only devices at all.
So to answer your questions:
1. it appears there are no FNICO only (FISCO ic only) devices
2. it is not necessary to have FNICO/FISCO ic instruments, since you can use FISCO ia instruments in a FNICO application.

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Most Instruments are FISCO certified. Is it essential to have instruments specifically certified as FNICO ?
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Most Transmitters are FISCO certified. None of them are seperately certified as FNICO. Does any one supplies tranmitters certified as FNICO exclusively ? Or is it not at all required.
 

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