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MC Toolkit (MCT404)

User Manual

Doc. No.: 34-ST-25-50
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3
Date:
June 2016
Honeywell Field Solutions

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  • Page 1: User Manual

    MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Doc. No.: 34-ST-25-50 Revision Date: June 2016 Honeywell Field Solutions...
  • Page 2 In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any indirect, special or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 3: About This Document

    This document describes how to use MC Toolkit product, which consists of MC Toolkit application software and FDC application software. Revision Information Document Details Release Publication Date Number MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual 34-ST-25-50 Revision 1 February 2014 COM4 update Rev.2 May 14 STT 850 / STT 750 added Rev.3...
  • Page 4: Support And Contact Info

    For other contact details in Europe, Asia, North and South Americas refer to the back page. World Wide Web Honeywell Process Solutions Support Online: www.honeywellprocess.com/ Elsewhere Call your nearest Honeywell office. Training Classes www.honeywellprocess.com/en-US/training MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 5 The Ex mark means the equipment complies with the requirements of the European standards that are harmonised with the 94/9/EC Directive (ATEX Directive, named after the French "ATmosphere EXplosible"). Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 6 Options include ruggedized version with no approvals, Intrinsically-safe version with Zone1 approvals Modem Honeywell HART / DE modem that implements interfaces to the HART and DE network Offline The condition present when the MC Toolkit is running but is not connected to a live device.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Battery and Power Supply ................19 Start up, Shutting down the MC Toolkit ............20 Application icons ..................20 Connecting to a device through MC Toolkit (MCT404) ......21 Wiring diagrams ........................22 Connecting MC Toolkit to a PC ..............23 Connecting MCT404......................
  • Page 8 Summary of Operating Procedures ..................73 Procedural Considerations ....................75 How to view the Saved Configuration file and Import to Excel ....94 How to Import the data from the xml file to Excel? ............... 97 viii MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 9 DE Fields and Values ......................110 Reference Data .................... 112 Glossary ..........................112 Honeywell DE Fields and Values ..................114 STT850 / STT750 Local Display Screen1 Configuration using MCT404 ......118 XML Database (Samples) ................121 TROUBLESHOOTING ............... 123 MC Toolkit troubleshooting scenarios ............123 MCT404 ..........................
  • Page 10 Tables Tables Table 1 Acronyms and Definitions .................. vi Table 2 Components of MCT404 assembly ..............17 Table 3: MCT404 Function Keys ................... 28 Table 4 Generic UI elements ..................30 Table 5 FDC homepage elements ................. 31 Table 6 Device homepage elements ................39 Table 7 Device health status ..................
  • Page 11 Figures Figure 1-1 MCT404 Ruggedized and Zone 1 Intrinsically safe models ......2 Figure 2-1 Honeywell ST 3000/ ST 800 Smart Transmitter - Analog mode ....6 Figure 2-2 Honeywell Analog Value Scaling ..............8 Figure 2-3 Honeywell DE Mode Value Scaling.............. 10 Figure 2-4 Honeywell (HART) Transmitter Diagram............
  • Page 13: Introduction

    Overview of MC Toolkit Purpose/Scope This manual is intended to facilitate the use of the Honeywell MC Toolkit communications tool. It is assumed that you are skilled in the use and maintenance of process transmitters in process control, or that you are under direct supervision of others with the appropriate skills.
  • Page 14: Product Description

    1.1. Overview of MC Toolkit Product Description The Honeywell Multi Communication (MC) Toolkit is a handheld communication package that enables convenient and reliable communications with smart field devices such as valves, actuators, transmitters etc. MC Toolkit is a smart solution for configuring, calibrating, monitoring, and diagnosing the devices supporting Honeywell Digitally Enhanced (DE) or HART communication protocols.
  • Page 15: Procedural Considerations

    Honeywell DE transmitter operating in Smart Analog Mode  Honeywell DE transmitter operating in Digital Enhanced (DE) Mode  Honeywell (and other) HART transmitter operating in point-to-point (Analog w/ HART digital mode)  Honeywell (and other) HART transmitter operating in multi-drop (HART-only digital mode)
  • Page 16: Type Of Procedure

    The MCT404s support an optional 32 GB maximum capacity microSD card. The SD card is formatted to FAT or FAT32. The MCT404 is despatched with 2GB of memory Regional Settings: Before starting the applications, set the Regional Settings to English (United States).
  • Page 17: Before You Begin

    Toolkit. The DE Apply Values procedure is given in Table 17. Transmitter/Communication characteristics Digital to Analog conversion and transfer The characteristics of a typical Honeywell Smart Pressure Transmitter (DE Protocol) are summarized in Figure 2-1 through Figure 2-5, following. Honeywell Transmitter (Analog Mode)
  • Page 18: Figure 2-1 Honeywell St 3000/ St 800 Smart Transmitter - Analog Mode

    The data in NVM is used in an algorithm in the microprocessor, (3), which is executed continuously to calculate the input value. Figure 2-1 Honeywell ST 3000/ ST 800 Smart Transmitter - Analog mode The characterization constants, which are written at the factory, are derived from highly precise testing of the sensor's response over a range of temperatures, and from the Lower Range Limit (LRL) to the Upper Range Limit (URL) of the sensor.
  • Page 19 Default conversion is to inches-H O @39F.) The output of a Honeywell transmitter operating in the analog mode is a scaled value (0% - 100%) of current (4 mA to 20 mA), whose lower and upper limits correspond to the configured operating range (LRV-URV), respectively.
  • Page 20: Honeywell Transmitter Analog Value Scaling

    Figure 2-2 Honeywell Analog Value Scaling Digital (Communications Signal) Input/Output As indicated at the right of Figure 2-2, communications between the MC Toolkit and the Honeywell Smart Transmitter consist of digital pulse strings, with rapid transitions of current level between (approximately) 4 mA and 20 mA.
  • Page 21: Honeywell Transmitter Output-digital Enhanced Mode

    Figure 2-3 Honeywell DE Mode Value Scaling As indicated at the right of Figure 2-3 Honeywell DE Mode Value Scaling, output values of process variables, as well as digital communications, are transferred to a receiving device digitally. The digital coding is Honeywell proprietary, which requires the use of DE-capable Honeywell control equipment.
  • Page 22: Figure 2-3 Honeywell De Mode Value Scaling

    The FDC uses Device Descriptions stored in the Pocket PC to communicate to all universal, common and device specific commands. MC Toolkit will come with all HART Registered (updated once per quarter) Device Descriptions pre-loaded. Figure 2-3 Honeywell DE Mode Value Scaling MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 23: Figure 2-4 Honeywell (hart) Transmitter Diagram

    2. Before you begin 2.2. Transmitter/Communication characteristics Figure 2-4 Honeywell (HART) Transmitter Diagram Figure 2-5 HART Point-point and Multi-Drop Value Scaling Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 24: Wi-fi Connection Support

    2.3. Wi-Fi Connection Support Wi-Fi Connection Support MCT404 is sold with or without Wi-Fi option. This section shows you how to connect the handheld to Wi-Fi and then connect to the Internet for example to download the DD files for any Transmitter or connect to a network printer etc.
  • Page 25 The IP address will be detected automatically. If it is not detected, then find the IP address from your network provider and enter it in the IP Address and Subnet Mask field. Select OK. Once the IP address is entered, you can connect to the network with or without DHCP Enabled. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 27: Getting Started

    MC Toolkit Installation MC Toolkit software is fully loaded in the factory on all new orders. The installation instruction for the above process is in document 34-ST-33-59. The above document is available at: https://www.honeywellprocess.com/transmitter-configuration-tools-and-accessories/mc-toolkit Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 28: Mc Toolkit Assembly

    3. Getting Started 3.2. MC Toolkit Assembly MC Toolkit Assembly MCT404 assembly Figure 3-1 shows the MCT404 assembly. Figure 3-1 MCT404 assembly MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 29: Table 2 Components Of Mct404 Assembly

    3. Getting Started 3.2. MC Toolkit Assembly Table 2 describes the components of the MCT404 assembly. Table 2 Components of MCT404 assembly Item Description Positive and negative test leads. Connecting terminals for test leads. Test leads to connect to the field device.
  • Page 30: Safety Instructions

    - Ensure that the MCT404-X_ Ex unit is not taken in to Zone 0 areas. - Ensure that the MCT404 - Y_ Ex unit is not taken into Zone 1/0 or 21/20 areas. - Ensure that the MCT404 - ZZ unit is not taken in to Ex-area.
  • Page 31: Battery And Power Supply

    Battery and Power Supply For battery care of MCT404, refer to MCT404 battery replacement section 7.1 For the Power supply information for MCT404, refer to “300011CB02A01_instruction_manual_irocCi70- Ex_EN.pdf” that is shipped with the MCT404 product Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 32: Start Up, Shutting Down The Mc Toolkit

    The icons for the two applications MC Toolkit and FDC are available directly under the “Start” Menu. If any or all of these icons are not available under the Start Menu, select ‘Programs’, and locate the MC Toolkit, FDC icons. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 33: Connecting To A Device Through Mc Toolkit (mct404)

    3. Getting Started 3.7. Connecting to a device through MC Toolkit (MCT404) Connecting to a device through MC Toolkit (MCT404) Figure 3-3 shows how a field device is connected through MCT404. Refer to the MCT404 assembly more details. Figure 3-3 Connecting to a device through MCT404...
  • Page 34: Wiring Diagrams

    3. Getting Started 3.7. Connecting to a device through MC Toolkit (MCT404) Wiring diagrams Figure 3-4 displays how to connect directly to the terminals of HART/DE device Figure 3-4 MCT404 terminal connections to HART/DE device Figure 3-5 displays connecting HART device with 250 ohm resistor...
  • Page 35: Connecting Mc Toolkit To A Pc

    Use the stylus to provide a character at a time from the virtual keypad as shown in Figure 3-6. The familiar QWERTY keypad layout enables quick and accurate entries. Figure 3-6 Virtual keypad Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 36: Figure 3-7 Block Recognizer

    Figure 3-7. Figure 3-7 Block Recognizer Note: Tap on ? icon to view the help for using Block Recognizer, and tap on @$ icon to view the table of symbols. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 37: Figure 3-8 Letter Recognizer

    Use the stylus to provide character inputs between the lines which appear at the bottom of the screen. The character input is recognized and displayed on the screen as shown in Figure 3-8. Figure 3-8 Letter recognizer Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 38: Figure 3-9 Freehand Recognition

    Use the stylus to input the characters by writing them on the screen, in cursive, print or, mixed handwriting. The character input is recognized and displayed on the screen as shown in Figure 3-9. Figure 3-9 Freehand recognition MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 39: Input Dialog In Fdc

    3.9. Types of input methods Input dialog in FDC Depending upon the context of the data, FDC smartly presents an alphanumeric or numeric keypad for data entry as shown in Figure 3-10. Figure 3-10 Alphanumeric keypads Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 40: Mct404 Function Keys

    3.9. Types of input methods MCT404 Function Keys MCT404 supports 2 versions of Keypads: Numeric and Alphanumeric. Numeric keypad has F1 through F10 function keys. Alphanumeric keypad has F1 through F8 function keys. Key assignments in FDC and MC Toolkit applications are shown in the Table 3 below:...
  • Page 41: Mc Toolkit (mct404) User Manual

    The FDC generic layout consists of title bar, workspace, and menu bar, which appear consistently on all screens, and the options may vary depending on the context and selection. Figure 4-1 Generic layout of user interface Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 42: Overview Of Fdc Homepage

    Menu bar – Consists of options for navigation and selection. Overview of FDC homepage The FDC homepage consists of links for Online Configuration, Offline Configuration, Manage DDs, and Settings. Figure 4-2 shows the FDC homepage. Figure 4-2 FDC homepage MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 43: Settings

    HART 6 or later Universal revisions). Note: If you choose the option Using Device TAG or Using Device LONG TAG, FDC prompts you to enter a device tag/long tag name during device detection. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 44: Manage Dds

    With this option enabled, FDC creates necessary log files for troubleshooting and diagnostics. These files are stored in SD Card\FDC folder. Note: You must not enable this option unless suggested by Honeywell TAC because this may impact the application performance.
  • Page 45: Customizing The Settings

    If the DD file with the current device revision is missing for a device, select one of the following: a) Use DD file of previous device revision b) Use generic DD file c) Always ask user. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 46 Once you are done with the desired changes in Settings, tap “Save” on the menu bar. The modified settings are then updated successfully in the application. Tap “Return” to return to the FDC home page. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 47: Managing Dd Files

    Browse to the location in which the DD file (.fm8) is located and tap OK. If the DD file already exists, then the following message appears. Tap Yes to overwrite the existing DD files. If the DD file is added successfully, a success message appears. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 48 DD Tap Options > Delete DD. A confirmation message appears. Tap Yes. If the DD file is deleted successfully, a success message appears. Tap OK to return to DD Library page. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 49: Overview Of Device Configuration

    FDC\Library folder. DD files can also be transferred directly to this location by accessing the SD Card on MCT404 through a card reader and/or by connecting the MCT404 to a PC. In such cases, you must perform the following steps to validate a DD Library, thus edited manually: From the FDC homepage, tap Manage DDs >...
  • Page 50: Online Configuration

    The workspace area on the device homepage consists of 4 tabs on the left hand side. Selecting a tab displays functions/information associated with that tab on the right hand side. Figure 4-3 Device homepage MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 51: Table 6 Device Homepage Elements

    Indicates that the device is potentially reporting a status which needs attention and further investigation. It is advised that you use Device Status under Functions tab to further investigate the details. Indicates that the device has lost communication with MC Toolkit Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 52: Tabs On The Device Home Page

    For the sake of explanation, the pages that appear on navigating through the device specific entry points are called as “Device Configuration” pages in this document. However it must be noted that this does not prohibit you from performing other device operations as explained above. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 53: Table 8 Device Configuration Screen Elements

    The bottom pane has three columns: Label, Value, and Unit. FDC also displays an icon against each item to visually identify different types of items. The Value and Unit Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 54: Table 9 Device Configuration Screen Icons

    Some of these variables are dynamic in nature which means their value changes without any input from the user. In such cases, FDC synchronizes and refreshes the values on periodic basis when such dynamic variables are on display. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 55: Viewing Different Type Of Variables

    Respond to the steps in those methods to proceed to finish the edit process. 10. Once successfully edited the variable value field turns yellow to indicate that the value has been modified, but not sent to the device. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 56 Select the variable(s) whose value you want to send to the device. Tap Send and the send process starts. Subsequently, the status of the send process is updated against each variable. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 57 FAILED in red color. to close the current page and to return to the previous page. to reset the selected variable’s values. Double tap on FAILED status to view the reason. Note: Use Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 58: Searching For An Item

    The searched item is highlighted in an expanded the tree view of menus in the top pane and the corresponding items in the bottom pane. Note: Searched item is not shown if it is invalid in the device. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 59: Device Health Indicator And Details

    The Device Configuration screen appears which displays the top and bottom panes. Navigate to the desired menu. The bottom pane will display items under that menu Select any graph from the list of available graphs which appear on the bottom pane. Tap on View. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 60 13. Tap Return to return to the graph page. The waveform is now updated with the edited value. 14. Tap Return to close the graph page and return to the menu navigation view. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 61 Strip: In a Strip chart data scrolls from right to left. New data is updated at the right end of the chart with the historical data shifted to the left. Older historical data scrolls off to the left end of the chart. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 62 Scope: A Scope chart updates from left to right. When the plot reaches the right most end of the chart, the display is erased and the data begins plotting again from the left end of the chart. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 63 (minimum value) at the bottom of the chart Alternately, a bar may also displays values horizontally from left to right with its origin (minimum value) at the left of the chart Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 64: Table 10 Tool Bar On Graph/chart Page

    Table 10 Tool bar on graph/chart page Options Descriptions Tap to zoom out. Tap to zoom in. Tap to change from pan mode to zoom mode. Tap to pan. Tap to pause trending. Tap to resume the normal mode MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 65 Edit the value and tap OK to return to grid page. Note: The edited variable is highlighted in yellow color. Tap Return to close the grid page and return to the menu navigation view Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 66 Navigate to the desired menu. The bottom pane will display items under that menu. Select any image from the list of available images which appear on the bottom pane. Tap View. The image page appears. Tap Return to close the image page and return to the menu navigation view. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 67: Executing Methods On A Device

    12. The Loop Test dialog box appears displaying information to choose analog output level. 13. In the Choose analog output level combo box, tap to select End. 14. Tap OK. The method is executed successfully. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 68: Saving Device History

    Select the Format. The following are the available formats:   DocuMint Tap Save to save device history record. If a history record for this device already exists, the following warning message appears. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 69: Exporting Device History Records To Fdm

    All operations allowed on Device History Record in FDM will be allowed for the record imported through the MC Toolkit handheld. Note: For more details on using FDM Import/Export feature, refer to section Importing and Exporting Device History in FDM User’s Guide. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 70: Exporting Device History Records To Documint

    A dialog box appears informing you to enter the name. Tap Ok. Tap Option>Save to persist the change Tap Return to return to My Views page. You would see two options with the names you gave to the newly created views. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 71 4.6. Online configuration Note: To view the custom views, tap My View 1 > Select. The My View 1 page appears. The editing and other features are as explained in the earlier sections. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 72: Offline Configuration

    Note: In case if the offline configuration template is already imported, an overwrite message appears. Tap OK to return to the Offline Configurations page. The device details appear on the bottom of the page. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 73: Deleting Offline Configuration

    Select the required variable. In case you select a dependent variable, then variables on which it is dependent on will also be selected and the following warning appears. Tap OK to return to the offline wizard. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 74 Note: If the variables are downloaded successfully, status appears as SUCCESS in green color; and if failed, status appears as FAILED in red color. Tap Finish to return to FDC Homepage. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 75: Managing De Devices Using Mc Toolkit Software

    Diagnostics. In addition, the online configuration allows saving the current configuration to a file The following devices are supported:  Honeywell Smart Pressure Transmitters: ST 3000, ST 800  Honeywell Smart temperature Transmitters: STT25M, STT25D, STT350 Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 76 The updates to the parameters can also be saved into the file without actually downloading to the device. Complete detail is provided under “Offline Configuration” section 5.6 MC Toolkit Power ON Allows DE Operating Procedures MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 77: Mc Toolkit Application Software Display Conventions

    In general, selecting a button in a display will call up the next-lower-level display, whose title is the same or similar to the label on the button. A menu tree for Honeywell DE Displays is given under Menu Bar, Menu Selections and HELP display table.
  • Page 78 5.3. MC Toolkit Application Software Display Conventions Menu Bar, Menu Selections, and HELP display MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 79: File Menu

    XML format, which can be used by other programs such as DocuMint. (Refer to the Reference Data section 5.8 for more information.) This selection is not available until a transmitter database has been uploaded. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 80: Modem Menu

    The Connection State may be:  Analog  4 Byte DE  6 Byte DE Modem status may be Ok to proceed.  Modem ROM Failure!  Modem RAM Failure!  Modem Battery is Low! MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 81: Help Menu

    Pocket PC, and not to the MC Toolkit application. About Shows the Product Description MC Toolkit Type of Transmitter and Communications being used Type of procedures that can be configured Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 82: Data Entry And Display

    MC Toolkit. After making changes to the device you can also save the current configuration of the device into a file that can be used in Offline mode to download to other similar devices. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 83: Online Configuration

    This section contains procedures for using the MC Toolkit application software to communicate with Honeywell DE Transmitters. On the Homepage select “Online” button to proceed with Online Configuration features. For specific data relating to parameters involved in the procedures, refer to Reference Data in section 5.8 Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 84: Figure 5-1 Menu Tree - Honeywell De Displays

    5.5. Online configuration Figure 5-1 Menu Tree - Honeywell DE Displays MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 85: Summary Of Operating Procedures

    5. Managing DE Devices using MC Toolkit Software 5.5. Online configuration Summary of Operating Procedures To access displays for Honeywell DE Transmitters:  Start the MC Toolkit application; the MC TOOLKIT ... display will appear. Refer to 5.1 Starting MC Toolkit application.
  • Page 86 Select: Observe (Read):   Configuration Critical Status Latching High/Low PV Values (STT 3000)  Write Protection  NAMUR  CJ Compensation Enter:  CJ Temp  Password (Write Protection)  New Password MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 87: Procedural Considerations

    Process Variable in Manual control. input using the PV Units drop-down list. Then, select the OK button in the popup message. The display at right appears. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 88 5.5. Online configuration DE Upload Procedures MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 89: Table 13 De Main Menu Procedures

    Serial Number (r) Type field will show Manufacturer “ST 800” when ST 800 Scratch Pad (r/w) device is connected Up to 32 alphanumeric characters (suggestion: messages to control room regarding observed/assigned operational status) Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 90 Selection of conformity to input form: Linear or Square Root Linearization (r/w) (STT 3000) Selection of conformity to input form: Linear or Non Linear Calibration For more information, refer Table 14, Table 15, Table 16, Table 17. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 91 Selection of standard Engineering Units for Flow Upper Value Flow EU Lower Value (r/w) Selection of standard Engineering Units for Flow Lower Value *ST 800 supports Advanced and Basic Display. Custom Units is Supported only in Advanced Display Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 92  CJ Temperature  Sensor  Sensor Resistance  Loop Output (mA)  Percent Output Units (Screen Units)  degC  degF  Rankine  Kelvin  Millivolt   Percent  Milliamps MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 93 Device Status display. Communication Status (r) For status information, refer to the section on Input (r) Messages and Diagnostic Codes. Sensor input in Engineering Units Output (r) Loop output as percent of Span Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 94 PC and view it in a browser as it is, or Import the data into Excel for further file management. Follow “How to view the Saved Configuration file and Import to Excel”? Section 5.6. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 95: Table 14 Input Calibration (de Transmitters)

    Correct LRV and Correct URV procedures in the same calibration session. The Correct LRV and Correct URV procedure should never be performed without first performing the Correct Input (Zero) procedure in the same calibration session. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 96 MC Toolkit. If a Honeywell Pressure Transmitter is being calibrated, positioning (leveling) is important, because the meter body contains fluids that can affect zero sensing.
  • Page 97 This action sends the Correct Input (Zero) command to the transmitter, which adjusts the input calculation. Wait until this message When the transmitter has Select the OK button to appears. completed the Zero acknowledge. Correction, this message appears. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 98 Select the OK button; this Input at button. This message temperature to the exact message appears. appears. value of the URV entered in the DE CONFIGURE (STT 3000) display. Select the OK button to acknowledge MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 99 Yes corrections with factory button. The timer will appear default ("characterization") briefly, indicating the values. operation is performed. It is intended for use only when excessive corrections render the transmitter inaccurate. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 100: Table 15 Output Calibration - Loop Test

    Yes to continue. connected meter or on a Local Meter. In DE Mode, the output can be observed on the Local Meter or on the Monitor display on the MC Toolkit. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 101 Output to exit MC Toolkit Mode? application while the Output is fixed at constant current. Otherwise, select the No button, go back to the LOOP TEST display, and select the Clear Output button. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 102: Table 16 De Output Calibration - Trim Dac Current

    0% (LRV), and 20 mA corresponds to 100% (URV). Call up Select the Trim DAC Curr. In the DE MAIN display MENU, select the button; this display appears. Calibration button. The CALIBRATION menu appears. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 103 If you are sure that you want to remain in Output Mode Output while viewing other displays, select the Yes button; Mode otherwise, select the No button, and the Clear Output button Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 104: Table 17 De Calibration - Apply Values

    The value of the Input indicated in this message updates only when the popup message is called up. To update this value, select the No button, and again select the Set LRV button in the CALIBRATION display. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 105 Input Value to the URV in the transmitter. If not, select NO and repeat this step. Verify The results of the Set LRV and Set settings URV actions can be verified by calling up the DE CONFIGURE display. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 106: How To View The Saved Configuration File And Import To Excel

    Select My Windows Mobile-Based Device\SD Card\CFG_MCT\*.XML file that you would like to copy to the PC. Right click on the file and select Copy Go to a location on the PC; for example c:\MCT MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 107 5.6. How to view the Saved Configuration file and Import to Excel Right click and select Paste. Now you can double click on the .xml file to open in the Internet Explorer Browser. The Configurations are shown as below: Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 108 5.6. How to view the Saved Configuration file and Import to Excel MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 109: How To Import The Data From The Xml File To Excel

    Select Data / Get External Data / From Other Sources / From XML Data Import, and Browse to the .xml file you saved on your PC. This will Import data in the below format. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 110 5.6. How to view the Saved Configuration file and Import to Excel This can be saved as an Excel file for further file management. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 111: Offline Configuration

    Download: Download current Offline configuration to a device after establishing connection. The following devices are supported:  Honeywell Smart Pressure devices: ST 3000, ST 800  Honeywell Smart Temperature devices: STT25M, STT25D, STT350) On the Home page select “Offline” button to proceed with Offline Configuration features.
  • Page 112: Figure 5-2 Offline Browse / Open File Dialog

    To read more about the Template file refer the section Template File. Figure 5-2 Offline Browse / Open File dialog The file lists all the configurations available for Honeywell DE devices Back button: takes you back to the File Management screen...
  • Page 113: Figure 5-3 Mc Toolkit Options

    Confirm Before Save - Check this box to prompt a confirmation message “Do you want to save your changes?” before navigating back to the previous screen on the parameters screens. No message will be prompted if the selection box is not checked. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 114: Figure 5-4 De Device

    5.7. Offline Configuration Parameters screens To access the parameters screens select one of the 3 buttons under the “Edit Parameter Set” caption on the Select Device type dialog. Parameter set 1 Figure 5-4 DE device MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 115: Figure 5-5 Stt25d And 25m, Stt350 Models

    5. Managing DE Devices using MC Toolkit Software 5.7. Offline Configuration Parameter set 2 Figure 5-5 STT25D and 25M, STT350 models Figure 5-7 ST 3000 / ST 800 models Figure 5-6 STT25T model Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 116: Figure 5-8 Stt25m And 25d Models

    “Undo” button. Also depending upon the parameters changed, the “Undo” button will be disabled when the Undo option is not appropriate.  To go back to the previous screen select the <Back button. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 117: Save To File In Offline Mode

    Selecting No, brings up the “Save As” screen. The location and folder are set to SD Card and CFG_MCT. You can type in a new name for the file. The default name will be “New1”. Figure 5-11 Save As File dialog Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 118: Template File

    The user can select “Yes” to save the Template file as the working copy by giving a new name other than TEMPLMCT.XML in the screen below Figure 5-13 Offline Honeywell DE Save Template as working file In the Working File Name field, enter a file name other than TEMPLMCT.XML without any extensions, and then select OK.
  • Page 119: Download In Offline Mode

    Select “DOWNLOAD to Device” to establish connection to the device and Download the selected configuration to the connected device. Download confirmation screen will be displayed as in Figure 5-14 Download in Offline Mode. Figure 5-14 Download in Offline Mode Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 120: Download Parameter List

    23-STT25M-S, v1.5-T, v0 (DE) -200 Damping Sensor Type T/C-E R/W (depends upon the device. On Pressure devices, this field is Read only) Line Filter 60 Hz Scratch Pad Scratch Test Last Cfg Update 04/06/2007 13:59:59 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 121 R (not displayed) Device URV (DE) R (not displayed) Float (DE) R (not displayed) URL Range (DE) Float (DE) DE STT250 Type (DE) R (not displayed) 0,1 or 2 0-STT350 1-STT250 2-Unknown Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 122: De Fields And Values

    Output Range : Out Units (Not ma (milliamps) displayed on the parameter screen) Lower Range Limit(Floating point) Upper Range Limit(Floating point) Damping (STT only) (seconds) 0.00 3.10 25.50 0.30 6.30 51.10 0.70 12.70 102.30 1.50 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 123 32 chars. Last Cfg Update Time Stamp in Date and Time format (string) SV Units °C °F T/C Fault (Detect) Disable / Enable Critical Status Latching Enable/ Disable CJ Comp. Internal / External Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 124: Reference Data

    The continuous range of values in the "normal" operating range of PV values (that is, URV-LRV). Secondary Variable A measured physical value of a physical property (e.g., temperature) that relates to the measured primary physical property (e.g., pressure). MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 125 PV output goes to the Failsafe value and a Critical Status message is enunciated. If Off and the Delta Alarm value is exceeded, the PV output is not affected and a Non-Critical Status message is enunciated. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 126: Honeywell De Fields And Values

    T/C S RTD-PT100D T/C–W5W26 T/C R RTD-PT200 T/C–W3W25 T/C E RTD-PT500 Ohms T/C B RTD-Ni500 T/C-NiNiMo Sensor Type (ST only) Damping (STT only) (seconds) 0.00 3.10 25.50 0.30 6.30 51.10 0.70 12.70 102.30 1.50 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 127 Meter Span & Zero Installed Meter, NO Local Span or Zero Meter Units mBar mHg @ 0C   O @ 39  mmHg @ 0 g/cm² kg/cm²  O @ 4 Custom Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 128 CJ Temperature (C,F,R,K)  Sensor 1 (C,F,R,K,Ohm,MV)  Sensor 2 (C,F,R,K)  Sensor Delta (C,F,R,K)  Sensor 1 Resistance (Ohm)  Sensor 2 Resistance (Ohm)  Loop Output (mA)  Percent Output (%) MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 129 Valid range 1 – 999 (STT850 only) Scrn Rotation Disable or Enable Screen Rotation Options:  Disable  Enable Rotation Time This sets the Screen ON for the set number of seconds. 3 to 30 seconds Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 130: Stt850 / Stt750 Local Display Screen1 Configuration Using Mct404

    STT850 / STT750 Local Display Screen1 Configuration using MCT404 This section describes how to configure Honeywell SmartLine Temperature Transmitter - Local Display Screen1 using the MCT404 MCToolkit application. Note that using MCT404 you can configure only one Screen, Screen1 Configuring Display Screen1 parameters From the DE Main Menu screen, select Local Display tab.
  • Page 131 Display Lo Lim: Applicable to Trend, Bar Graph on Advanced Display. Usually this is set equal to LRV Display Hi Lim: Applicable to Trend, Bar Graph on Advanced Display. Usually this is set equal to URV Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 132 Note that if the display has multiple Screens configured by using the local buttons on the display, selecting Disable will make the currently active ScreenX to stay as your top screen. When the Screen1 is configured from MCT404, to see the Screen1 with the changes, user needs to Enable the rotation.
  • Page 133: Xml Database (samples)

    <Field name="Output Range : Out Units">mA</Field> <Field name="OEM-DevType">23-ST 3000-S,vB.6-T,v0</Field> <Field name="LRL">0.0</Field> <Field name="URL">400.0</Field> <Field name="Damping">0.00</Field> <Field name="SensorType">0</Field> <Field name="LineFilter">0</Field> <Field name="Scratch">Scratch Test</Field> <Field name="LastCfgUpdt">09-20-2007 12:25:25</Field> <Field name="DevLRL">0.00000</Field> <Field name="DevURL">400.00000</Field> <Field name="SVUnit">0</Field> <Field name="BreakDet">100</Field> <Field name="LatchAlrm">100</Field> <Field name="CJComp">100</Field> Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 134 5.9. XML Database (Samples) <Field name="DevLRV">0.00000</Field> <Field name="DevURV">0.82018</Field> <Field name="URLRnge">400.00000</Field> <Field name="DESTT250Type">0</Field> </Record> </Table> </Database> “Download Parameter The Field names are explained in section List” MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 135: Troubleshooting

    Start up scenario Problem No DE/HART Modem detected Cause The cause may be any one of the following:  MCT404 battery charge is low Resolution You can resolve by performing the following:  Refer the Battery Care section Revision 3...
  • Page 136: Fdc Application Software Troubleshooting Scenarios

    Configure the Device Detection settings, if the device has different poll address.  Confirm that the device connections are proper.  Confirm that the connected device is HART compliant. Problem Detection at poll address 63 in case of detection by poll MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 137 Close the graph/ trend and retry opening again  Or close and reload the device and retry open the graph/ trend again. Problem Sometimes the curves in the graphs may not appear as expected. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 138 Send command failure  Potential issue with communication Resolution You can resolve by performing the following:  Retry offline download for failed items. Problem Manufacturer and Device Type name may not be displayed for MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 139 Cause Regional settings is mismatch Resolution Change the regional setting to English (United states) in FDC PDA and in FDM machine. Then retry saving history again in FDC and re importing in FDM Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 140: Mc Toolkit Application Software Troubleshooting Scenarios

    MC Toolkit application along with the Help files are installed in device memory instead of SD card.  One or more dependent files are corrupt. Resolution You can resolve by performing the following:  Re-installing MC Toolkit in SD card. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 141: Mc Toolkit Error Messages

    Stop the MC Toolkit application by doing File | Exit and restart the program. Use the Pocket PC hardware reset. See your Pocket PC documentation reset the unit. Make sure you are using a Honeywell approved Pocket PC. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 142 Unexpected data sent to modem Modem illegal data Data transmission error between the Modem network error Host Pocket PC and the modem Data transmission error between the Modem Transmitter Host Pocket PC and the modem Serial Error! MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 143 PPT 2800 computer is reset, it will lose all its installed programs and data. The program will have to be installed again. Make sure you are using a Honeywell approved Pocket PC. Host Pocket PC OS error associated System failed to suspend the monitor...
  • Page 144 If the above things are perfect, try to No Device found, Do You want to Retry change different device detection a transmitter options from Preference dialog box under Device/Preferences menu, restart the FDC. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 145: De Device Error Messages

    Same as Description Transmitter is in DE Mode. D/A analog conversion). Trim is allowed only in Analog Mode. User tried to Exit MC Toolkit application Same as Description The transmitter is in Output Mode. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 146 (?) to calculated Square Root conformity is available only Same as Description Square Root is not allowed for GP for FLOW (DP) input applications. and AP Sensor Types. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 147: Offline Configuration Error Messages

    On selecting “DOWNLOAD to Device” button on the Are you sure you want to Informational message “Select Device Type” dialog user gets this message to download this configuration to the current Online device? confirm his action in Online Mode Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 148 When the Critical Status Latching command Same as the description Latching configuration! Do you want fails, you get this message. You can abort the to proceed with the rest of the rest of the download or continue download? MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 149 Closing the MC Toolkit When you select the File / Exit menu you get this Informational program message Message Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 150 This screen lists all the devices on the HART network. If you select to go back to the previous screen without doing download, the program needs to poll the network again to list the devices MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 151: Mc Toolkit Maintenance

    “300011CB02A01_instruction_manual_irocCi70-Ex_EN.pdf ” that is shipped with the MCT404 product Replace the Battery If your battery power is low, you need to either charge the battery in the MCT404, or replace it with a charged battery. Save your files and close any open applications.
  • Page 152: Figure 7-1 Remove Handstrap

    7.1. MCT404 battery replacement Figure 7-1 Remove Handstrap Figure 7-2 Remove Battery Cover MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 153: Sd Card Replacement

    7.2. SD card replacement SD card replacement MCT404 SD Card Replacement Use an SD card to increase file storage and install software. The MCT404 supports an optional 32 GB maximum capacity SD card. Press the Power button to turn off the MCT404.
  • Page 154: Figure 7-3 Sd Card Replacement

    Reattach the handstrap. Press the Power button. The MCT404 cold boots. Note: The MCT404 resets when you open the card access door to insert the SD card. Make sure you completely close the card access door before you use your MCT404.
  • Page 155: Appendix A: Application Notes

    ActiveSync/Mobile Device Center should start automatically. If your PDA is synched with the PC, you see the Screen Y. If the screen does not come up maximized, you will see the icon on your Desktop Taskbar. Double tap on the icon to maximize. Figure 8-1 Screen Y Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 156 The Synch process should start now. If you are still not connected, then Soft Reset the PDA with the Sync cable still connected between the PDA base and the PC. This should automatically establish synch connection between the PDA and the PC and you should see the Screen Y MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 157: Figure 8-2 Screen X

    If you do not see the Screen X, select Start\All Programs\Windows Mobile Device Center. It is likely that your PDA is not synched up with your PC and you will see the screen below. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 158 The Synch process should start now. If you are still not connected, then Soft Reset the PDA with the Sync cable still connected between the PDA base and the PC. This should automatically establish synch connection between the PDA and the PC and you should see the Screen X MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 159: File Transfer

    Edit and send to the device after establishing connection. In FDC application, this allows selection of a FDM configuration file within the PDA in Offlline Mode, Load and View the parameters, select the parameters to be sent to the device after establishing connection. Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 160: Using Infrared Red Port For Onewireless Devices

    This section describes how the Infrared Red Port can be used to securely transmit Authenticating Keys for OneWireless devices installed in the field. The MCT404 model authenticates ISA100 wireless devices and supports Honeywell’s PIE tool to manage UDA2182 analyzers and UDC Controllers.
  • Page 161 Check if “Dot net CF 3.5” software is installed on your PC  From your PDA click on Start > Settings  Select system Tab  Click on Remove Programs  Check if the list has “Microsoft .net CF 3.5” Revision 3 MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual...
  • Page 162 Select WDM in selection panel, expand “Provisioning”  Enter name, Number of Keys, Expiration  Connect the Provisioning Device to the WDM via one of its USB ports  Click “Transfer Settings” button. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 163 Model Number and this value is consistent with those values given in Table 7-4. The TX Power setting may be changed via the Authentication Device when a special application (app) is installed. This app is considered to be Honeywell sensitive material and is made available only to the qualified Professional Installer.
  • Page 164: Mct Power Save Guidelines

    MCT Power Save Guidelines When not in use, always turn off the PDA. Do not leave the MC Toolkit or FDC applications running if not in use; exit the applications to save modem battery. MC Toolkit (MCT404) User Manual Revision 3...
  • Page 165: 10. Appendix C: Replacement Parts

    Power Cord (AU) 50079567-006 Docking station, Power Supply and USB cable for computer interface 50079567-007 Stylus for the MCT404 Touch screen 50079567-008 Transmitter connector cable (with one set of Alligator Clips and one set of EZ Clips) 50079567-009 Spare Battery...
  • Page 166 Fax: +(822) 792 9015 Specifications are subject to change without notice. For more information To learn more about MCToolkit, visit www.honeywellprocess.com Or contact your Honeywell Account Manager Process Solutions Honeywell 1250 W Sam Houston Pkwy S Houston, TX 77042 Honeywell Control Systems Ltd...

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