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OneWireless Adapter
Professional Installation Guide
Document ID: XXXXXXXXX
Document File: OneWireless Adapter Pro-Install Guide Rev A2 (Preliminary).docx
Last Revision Date: 2 November 2010
Version: Rev A2
OneWireless Adapter
Honeywell Documentation
Rev A2
2 November 2010
Professional Installation Guide
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  • Page 1 OneWireless Adapter Professional Installation Guide Document ID: XXXXXXXXX Document File: OneWireless Adapter Pro-Install Guide Rev A2 (Preliminary).docx Last Revision Date: 2 November 2010 Version: Rev A2 OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide XXXXXXXXX Page 1 of 20...
  • Page 2 Date Revision Reason 24 September 2010 Initial Draft 2 November 2010 Updated Safety Approval Information OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide XXXXXXXXX Page 2 of 20...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Federal Communication Commission (FCC) ....................... 17     15.1.2 Industry Canada (IC) ............................17     15.1.3 European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) .................. 17 OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide XXXXXXXXX Page 3 of 20...
  • Page 4   15.2.3 European ATEX Certification (ATEX) ......................... 19     15.2.4 European Union Certification (CE-mark) ......................19     REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ............................20 OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide XXXXXXXXX Page 4 of 20...
  • Page 5: List Of Figures

    Table 5 – Maximum EIRP Limits for ISA100 Radios ....................14   Table 6 – Factory Transmit Power Settings for FCC, IC and ETSI ................14   Table 7 – Reference documents ..........................20 OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide...
  • Page 6: Designation, Scope And Preface

    1.1 Designation This document is valid for the OneWireless Adapter (OWA). The OWA is intended to be directly connected to a HART device or network and provide a wireless interface between the wired HART network and the wireless ISA100 network.
  • Page 7: Preface

    See Sections 11 and 12 for more information. 1.5 Abbreviations & Definitions The term Honeywell OWA will be used to describe the composite unit which includes the Honeywell ISA100 RF Module and all subassemblies housed within the OWA enclosure.
  • Page 8: Federal Communication Commission (fcc)

    Furthermore, the OWA unit must not be co-located with any other antenna or transmitter device and have a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons. OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010...
  • Page 9: Fcc And Industry Canada (ic) Identification Numbers

    This information is shown on the label attached to each RF Module. • Honeywell OWA Radio Module Identification Honeywell Identification for Intrinsically Safe RF Modules: 50025034-002 • Honeywell OWA Radio Limited Modular Approval Federal Communication Commission Identification for Intrinsically Safe RF Modules: S5750025034...
  • Page 10: Intended Country Usage

    Czech Republic Netherlands Denmark Norway Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovakia Greece Slovenia Hungary Spain Iceland Sweden Ireland Switzerland Italy United Kingdom OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide XXXXXXXXX Page 10 of 20...
  • Page 11: Owa General Description

    OWA GENERAL DESCRIPTION 7.1 Intended Use The OWA is a key component of the Honeywell Wireless Network for Secure Industrial Application (WNSIA). These transmitters are available for various sensor types including Digital Inputs, Temperature, High Level Analog Inputs, Pressure and Corrosion. The OWA uses a low-powered ISA100 2.4 GHz radio to communicate with Radio Infrastructure and Gateway devices that are connected to a wired DCS network.
  • Page 12: Owa Power Specifications

    4-20mA loop to which it is attached. 8.4 Weight The weight of the complete OWA unit is 1 lb. (0.45 kg). 8.5 Dimensions Figure 1 – OWA Dimensions OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide...
  • Page 13: Approved Antenna Types/gains

    From the EIRP, and with knowledge of a real antenna's gain, it is possible to calculate real power and field strength values. EIRP(dBm) = Radio TX Power (dBm) – Cable Loss (dB) + Antenna Gain(dBi) Antenna gain is expressed relative to a (theoretical) isotropic reference antenna (dBi). OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010...
  • Page 14: Eirp Limits

    OWA. 2. TX Power is set by the Honeywell factory producing the OWA. The factory set value for TX power is determined by the customer’s model number selections in the Model Selection Guide in Table II for Country Code and is consistent with the values shown in Table 6.
  • Page 15: Setting Tx Power

    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. Due to radio approval body regulations, changing the TX Power setting is only available if the professional installer option has been explicitly enabled on your Authentication Device.
  • Page 16: Agency Label Information

    The OWA unit must not be co-located with any other antenna or transmitter device and have a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons. OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010...
  • Page 17: Agency Compliance

    ANSI/ISA S82.02.01 (61010-1) CSA C22.2 No. 1010-1, ANSI/UL 61010-1, Safety Standard for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use – Part 1: General Requirements Factory Mutual Approval Standard Class No. 3600, “Electrical Equipment for Use in Hazardous (Classified) Locations – General Requirements OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010...
  • Page 18: Rev A2 2 November

    ANSI/ISA -12.12.01-2003 (IEC 60079-15 Mod), Electrical Apparatus for Explosive atmospheres – Part 15: Equipment protection by type of protection "n" Temperature code: T4 (135°C) based on the maximum specified ambient of 85°C. OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010...
  • Page 19: European Atex Certification (atex)

    The temperature code for the OWA shall not exceed T4 (135°C) based on the maximum specified ambient of 85°C. 15.2.5 European Union Certification (CE-mark) Compliance with: R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC ATEX Directive 94/9/EC OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010 Professional Installation Guide XXXXXXXXX...
  • Page 20: Reference Documents

    Honeywell OneWireless System Administration Guide Honeywell OneWireless Field Network Dictionary OneWireless Builder Parameter Reference OneWireless Builder User’s Guide These reference documents may be found on the Honeywell HPS website for Wireless Instrumentation. OneWireless Adapter Honeywell Documentation Rev A2 2 November 2010...

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