Under HART Alarms and Events, select the Enable Option (ALMENBSTATE) check box.
For more information about the HART alarm/event processing, see the topic "HART alarms/events
processing" on page 204.
In the HART Variables tab, perform the following steps.
Configure the Scan Priority for HART Variable (HSCANCFG) as "Low" or "High" as appropriate for
scanning the HART variable.
Select the Scan Dynamic Variables (HSCANDYN) check box for monitoring the dynamic variables.
Select the Scan Device Variables (HSCANDEV) check box for monitoring the device variables.
In the HART Notifications tab, perform the following steps.
Configure the Scan Priority for Command 48 (HSCANCFGC48) as "Low" or "High" as appropriate.
In the table, configure the Notification Option (HCMD48NOTIFY) for each Command 48 Strings
(HCMD48STRNGS) bit as appropriate.
8.4.2 Creating a new HART channel (PBHCHANNEL) when PBHIOMB is loaded
PBHIOMB block is configured and loaded.
The required empty channels are available in the loaded PBHIOMB block.
To create a new HART channel when PBHIOMB is loaded
In Project view, double-click the loaded PBHIOMB block.
The PBHIOMB configuration form appears.
In the HART Configuration tab, select the check boxes for the respective HART Enabled channels that are
The channel name is automatically displayed in the Channel Name column.
The created channels appear under the PBHIOMB block in the Project view.
The PBHCHANNEL is available for configuring the HART parameters.
For configuring the PBHCHANNEL, see the topic "Configuring a PBHCHANNEL block" on page 196.
The device type is enabled based on the PDC type configured in the DSB block.
HART alarms are regenerated with a new timestamp value (without original time stamp) during the PGM
Command 48 strings (HCMD48STRNGS) are populated from the DD file.
8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK