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OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter
User Manual
34-XY-25-40
Revision 1
September 2010

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  • Page 1 OneWireless OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter User Manual 34-XY-25-40 Revision 1 September 2010...
  • 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: Support And Contact Info

    Adapter are covered in other documents. Honeywell does not recommend using devices for critical control where there is a single point of failure or where single points of failure result in unsafe conditions. OneWireless is targeted at open loop control, supervisory control, and controls that do not have environmental or safety consequences.
  • Page 4 Facsimile: +32-2-728-2696 Mail: TAC-BE02 Hermes Plaza Hermeslaan, 1H B-1831 Diegem, Belgium Pacific Contact: Honeywell Global TAC – Pacific Phone: 1300-300-4822 (toll free within Australia) +61-8-9362-9559 (outside Australia) Facsimile: +61-8-9362-9564 Mail: Honeywell Limited Australia 5 Kitchener Way Burswood 6100, Western Australia Email: GTAC@honeywell.com...
  • Page 5 20th Floor, 1-16-1 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0022, Japan Email: Global-TAC-JapanJA25@honeywell.com World Wide Web Honeywell Solution Support Online: http://www.honeywell.com/ps Elsewhere Outside US: Phone 001-215/641-3610 or call your nearest Honeywell office. Training Classes Honeywell Automation College: http://www.automationcollege.com Rev. 1 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual September 2010...
  • Page 6 Symbol Definitions The following table lists those symbols used in this document to denote certain conditions. Symbol Definition ATTENTION: Identifies information that requires special consideration. TIP: Identifies advice or hints for the user, often in terms of performing a task. Indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may result in equipment or work (data) on CAUTION the system being damaged or lost, or may result in the inability to properly operate...
  • Page 7 ACMA and RSM. This mark is equal to the CE Mark used in the European Union. N314 directly under the logo is Honeywell’s unique supplier identification number. Brazil – National Agency for telecommunications Rev.
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION ....................1 SAFETY MESSAGES........................1 Warnings................................1 Purpose ............................1 Scope..............................1 OneWireless network overview ....................1 About the OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter .................2 Outputs .................................. 2 SPECIFICATIONS ....................3 European Union Usage.........................3 Certifications and approvals......................4 Provisioning Device ............................... 5 Agency compliance information....................5 FCC compliance statements ..........................
  • Page 9 Contents OPERATION ......................19 Overview ............................19 OWA 100 Adapter display modes ........................19 OWA 100 Adapter connection status ..................19 Provisioning device menus......................21 Overview ................................21 Main menu................................21 Security and Node Deployment ..........................22 Device Local Configuration...........................24 Read Node Information ............................25 Advanced Options ..............................27 MAINTENANCE/REPAIR ..................
  • Page 10 Contents Tables Tables Table 1 OWA 100 Adapter connection status .....................19 Table 2 Buttons for Device Local Configuration ..................24 Table 3 Read Node Information ........................25 Table 4 Advanced Options ..........................28 Table 5 Battery replacement procedure ......................31 Figures Figure 1-1 OWA 100 Adapter Functional Diagram..................2 Figure 3-1 &...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Electrical shock could cause death or serious injury. • Use extreme caution when making contact with the leads and terminals. Delete line Purpose This manual describes the Honeywell OneWireless OWA 100 Adapter installation, function, operation and maintenance. Scope The manual includes: ...
  • Page 12: About The Owa 100 Onewireless Adapter

    1. Introduction 1.5. About the OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter About the OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter The OWA 100 Adapter is designed with an OneWireless interface to allow wired HART devices to operate in a compatible distributed OneWireless system. The adapter will interoperate with any OneWireless-registered device and provide the HART diagnostic and process information to any ISA100.11a compliant system.
  • Page 13: Specifications

    2. Specifications 2.1. European Union Usage 2. Specifications European Union Usage This product may be used in any of the following European Union nations. ISO 3166 ISO 3166 Country Country 2 letter code 2 letter code Austria Latvia Belgium Liechtenstein Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus...
  • Page 14: Certifications And Approvals

    2. Specifications 2.2. Certifications and approvals Certifications and approvals OneWireless Adaptor Refer to product label for applicable ratings. Approval / Item Ratings / Description IS - Cl I, Div. 1, Gp ABCDEFG; T4 (–40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C); DIP Cl II, Div. 1, Gp EFG, CL III, Div.
  • Page 15: Provisioning Device

    2. Specifications 2.3. Agency compliance information For detailed OWA 100 Adapter specifications see the following Specification and Model Selection Guide.  OWA 100 Adapter (document 34-XY-03-43) Provisioning Device Install the Provisioning Device application on any PDA having  Windows Mobile version 4.2+ ...
  • Page 16: Radio Frequency (rf) Statement

    2. Specifications 2.3. Agency compliance information Radio Frequency (RF) statement To comply with FCC’s and Industry Canada’s RF exposure requirements, the following antenna installation and device operating configurations must be satisfied.  This device must not be co-located with any other antenna or OWA 100 Adapter device and have a separation distance of at least 20cm from all persons.
  • Page 17: Honeywell European (ce) Declaration Of Conformity (doc)

    2. Specifications 2.4. Honeywell European (CE) Declaration of Conformity (DoC) Honeywell European (CE) Declaration of Conformity (DoC) This section contains the European Declaration of Conformity (DoC) statement for the OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter. R&TTE ATEX 1999/5/EC 2004/108/EC 94/9/EC Directive Directive...
  • Page 18: European Declaration Of Conformity Statements

    Hereby, Honeywell, declares that this OWA 100 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Español Por medio de la presente Honeywell declara que el OWA 100 cumple (Spanish): con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
  • Page 19: For More Information About The R&tte Directive

    överensstämmelse med de väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG. Íslenska Hér með lýsir Honeywell yfir því að OWA 100 er í samræmi við (Icelandic): grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC. Norsk Honeywell erklærer herved at utstyret OWA 100 er i samsvar med de...
  • Page 20: Configuration

    Make sure only qualified personnel perform the installation. Explosions could result in death or serious injury. • Before connecting the OWA 100 OneWireless Adaptor in an explosive atmosphere, make sure the instruments are installed in accordance with intrinsically safe or nonincendive field wiring practices.
  • Page 21 • Explosions could result in death or serious injury. • The OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter can only be opened for battery insertion and activation, or installed in a potentially hazardous location when the location is declared to be non-hazardous. •...
  • Page 22: Installation

    3. Configuration 3.2. Installation Installation 1. Loosen the four M4 screws to remove the cover, (See Figure 5-1) If a new battery needs to be installed follow the directions for Replacing the Battery in Section 5.2. If a battery is installed remove the shipping tag between the battery and battery holder and replace the cover.
  • Page 23: Connecting To Network

    Pocket PC at the OWA 100 Adapter and transmit a key. Use Provisioning Device to connect your OWA 100 Adapter to the OneWireless network. See page X. See Getting Started with Honeywell OneWireless Solutions for more information. OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev.
  • Page 24: Configuration

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Configuration The OWA 100 Adapter contains the electronics interface compatible for connecting to the OneWireless network. An operator uses the Wireless Builder application to configure blocks and to change operating parameters. These changes are written to the OWA 100 Adapter when it is authenticated by a security key. No local configuration of device is required.
  • Page 25: Figure 3-6 Owa 100 - 4-wire Passive Device Configuration

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration NOTE: A passive loop exists when the wired device is not supplying power to the 4-20mA loop. It is important to verify if the wired device is operating in the active or passive mode. Figure 3-6 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE PASSIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION NOTE: A passive loop exists when the wired device is not supplying power to the 4-20mA loop.
  • Page 26: Figure 3-8 Owa 100 - 4-wire Active Device Configuration

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration NOTE: An active loop exists when the wired device is supplying power to the 4-20mA loop. It is important to verify if the wired device is operating in the active or passive mode. Figure 3-8 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE ACTIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION Figure 3-9 OWA 100 –...
  • Page 27: Figure 3-10 Owa 100 - As A Router, No Wired Device

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Figure 3-10 OWA 100 – AS A ROUTER, NO WIRED DEVICE Figure 3-11 OWA 100 – AS A ROUTER, NO WIRED DEVICE OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 1 September 2010...
  • Page 28: Figure 3-12 Owa 100 - 4-wire Active Device Configuration With No 4-20 Ma Loop

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Figure 3-12 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE ACTIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION WITH NO 4-20 mA LOOP Figure 3-13 REMOTE INSTALLATION Rev. 1 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual September 2010...
  • Page 29 3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Is this meant to be a blank page? OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 1 September 2010...
  • Page 30: Operation

    4. Operation 4.1. Overview 4. Operation Overview OWA 100 Adapter display modes The OWA 100 Adapter contains one Red LED and one Green LED that are used to indicate status. 1. No Lights = No Power (No battery power and no 4-20 mA scavenging power) 2.
  • Page 31 4. Operation 4.2. OWA 100 Adapter connection status Displayed Definition What to do status Transmitter has connected with the network Wait for connection. If Transmitter does not and is validating its key. make a connection within five minutes, see NOT CONN in this table. Transmitter has validated the key and has For units with radio firmware build 53 or Normal Operation...
  • Page 32: Provisioning Device Menus

    4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Provisioning device menus Overview Hold the Provisioning Device no more than 6” (15 cm) from the OWA 100 Adapter and aim the infrared beam at the OWA 100 Adapter window while tapping on the screen command or button. Main menu The main menu is shown below.
  • Page 33: Security And Node Deployment

    4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Security and Node Deployment Use this to:  receive new security keys,  transmit security keys for connecting the OWA 100 Adapter (or other nodes) to the OneWireless network,  clear all security keys from the PDA, ...
  • Page 34 For more details on keys, refer to Getting Started with Honeywell OneWireless Solutions. Rev. 1 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual...
  • Page 35: Device Local Configuration

    4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Device Local Configuration Use Device Local Configuration buttons (Table 2) to navigate the OWA 100 Adapter menus (Table 1) and to make selections and changes. You can also use the PDA buttons. Figure 4-3 Device Local Configuration screen Table 2 Buttons for Device Local Configuration Button Function...
  • Page 36: Read Node Information

    4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Read Node Information Use this to read the OWA 100 Adapter’s information shown in Figure 4-4. Similar to quick view parameters on the OWA 100 Adapter display. (See Table 2) Replace table 3 per Figure 4-4 Read Node Information next page Table 3 Read Node Information...
  • Page 37 New Table 3 part 1 4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Item Description Connection The first line displays one of the following connection states. No Security Key – No security key has been deployed to the device or multinode. The user must give a security key to the device or multinode before it will join the wireless sensor network.
  • Page 38: Advanced Options

    4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Advanced Options Advanced options are non-typical configuration commands. Figure 4-5 Advanced Options Rev. 1 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual September 2010...
  • Page 39: Table 4 Advanced Options

    4. Operation 4.3. Provisioning device menus Table 4 Advanced Options Item Description Key Server Communication Determines how the PDA will receive security keys from the PC’s Key Server Method Manager application. From the Comm Method menu select one of the following methods.
  • Page 40: Maintenance/repair

    5. Maintenance/Repair Parts The following replacement parts may be ordered from Honeywell. Part number Qty. Description 50056644-501 REMOTE MOUNTING KIT FOR 1/2 NPT OWA 100 ADAPTER 50056644-502 REMOTE MOUNTING KIT FOR M20 OWA 100 ADAPTER 30671907-001 PIPE MOUNT BRACKET KIT (SS) FOR MOUNTING OWA 100 ADAPTER 50026010-001 3.6V LITHIUM THIONYL CHLORIDE (Li-SOCI2) BATTERY...
  • Page 41: Figure 5-1 Battery Replacement

    SHOCK HAZARD Depending on your installation, OWA 100 Adapter input wiring sources may contain high voltage. Disconnect all power from OWA 100 Adapter input sources before accessing the batteries. Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury if the input terminals or wires are accidentally touched. Figure 5-1 Battery replacement OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev.
  • Page 42: Table 5 Battery Replacement Procedure

    Table 5 Battery replacement procedure Step Action ATTENTION Use only the following 3.6V lithium thionyl chloride (Li-SOCl2) batteries (non-rechargeable), size D. No other batteries are approved for use in OWA 100 Adapter.  Xeno Energy XL-205F  Eagle Picher PT-2300H ...
  • Page 43: Certification Installation Requirements

    6. Certification Installation Requirements Certification Drawings Use the following drawings and accompanying notes and text for hazardous locations. Any deviation from the installation requirements could void the certification. For non-hazardous locations you can use the same drawings without the accompanying notes and text. OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev.
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  • Page 49: Reference Data

    7. Reference Data 7.1 Product Specifications Operating Conditions Parameter Reference Rated Condition Operative Limits Transportation and Condition Storage °C °F °C °F °C °F °C °F Ambient Temperature** 25 ±1 77 ±2 -40 to 85 -40 to 185 -40 to 85 -40 to 185 -40 to 85 -40 to 185...
  • Page 50: Physical Specifications

    CSA IS – ENTITY - Cl I, Div. 1, Gp ABCDEFG; T4 (–40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C); DIP Cl II, Div. Hazardous Location 1, Gp EFG, CL III, Div. 1; T4 (–40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C); Type 4X; IS – ENTITY - Cl I, Zone 0; Certifications Ex ia IIC, T4 (–40°C ≤...
  • Page 51: Figure 3-3

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