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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    IELD OMMUNICATOR NOTICE Read this User’s Manual before working with the Model 375 Field Communicator. For personal and system safety, and for optimum product performance, thoroughly understand the contents before using or servicing this product. For equipment service needs, contact the nearest product representative.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Using the Soft Input Panel (SIP) keyboard ... 2-9 Viewing The 375 Main Menu ......2-9 Starting the HART application.
  • Page 6 Running the Settings menu ......2-10 About 375 ........2-10 Backlight .
  • Page 7 Table of Contents TOC-3 Waste disposal ........2-24 SECTION 3 HART Functionality Overview .
  • Page 8 Interoperability ........4-3 375 operation with other hosts......4-3 ST_REV.
  • Page 9 Table of Contents TOC-5 Other Block List selections ......4-15 Detail Menu ........4-15 Changing the I/O block schedule .
  • Page 10 Table of Contents TOC-6 Connection Specifications......A-2 Battery Charger ....... . A-2 HART and Fieldbus Communication .
  • Page 11: Using This Manual

    OMMUNICATOR ECTION NTRODUCTION USING THIS The sections in this manual provide information on MANUAL connecting and operating the 375 Field Communicator. Section 2: Learning the Basics contains ® information on settings, types of storage, IrDA communication, using ScratchPad, maintenance, managing files and storage.
  • Page 12 Introduction...
  • Page 13: Learning The Basics

    Other warning messages can be found in the Troubleshooting section of this manual. IMPORTANT NOTICE Ensure the battery pack and the 375 Field Communicator are properly aligned during assembly to prevent damage to the connector pins. IMPORTANT NOTICE During assembly/disassembly: Do not pull up on the battery pack as this could damage the power supply connector.
  • Page 14: Installing The System Card And The Battery Pack

    Learning the Basics WARNING Contact with the touch screen should be made by blunt items only, preferably the stylus included with the 375 Field Communicator. The use of sharp instruments, such as screwdrivers, can cause failure of the touch screen interface. WARNING Initiating a Re-Flash initiates reinstallation of the system software from the System Card.
  • Page 15: Starting Up And Shutting Down

    A full charge is indicated by a solid green DOWN light on the charger/power supply. Charging may take up to two hours. The 375 Field Communicator may be used while charging. Before operating the 375 Field Communicator, ensure: • The 375 Field Communicator is not damaged.
  • Page 16 While applications are open, the on/off key is disabled. You must exit to the 375 Main Menu before using the on/off key. To shut down the 375 Field Communicator press and hold the on/off key until the display turns off (approximately three...
  • Page 17: Basic Features And Functions

    Learning the Basics BASIC FEATURES FUNCTIONS Figure 2-2. 375 Field Communicator diagram IrDA interface (top) HART and fieldbus communication terminals (top) Stylus (back) Touch screen Expansion port display (side) Navigation keys Enter key (four arrow keys) Function key Tab key...
  • Page 18: Using The Keypad

    The on/off ( ) key is used to power on and off the 375 Field Communicator. You can also power the 375 Field Communicator off by simultaneously pressing the backlight adjustment key and the function key until the display turns off. This is a mechanism by which the...
  • Page 19: Alphanumeric Keypad

    ) key allows you to adjust the intensity of the display. There are four different settings. Intensity impacts the battery life of the 375 Field Communicator. Expect a shorter battery life for higher intensities; see “Backlight” on page 2-11 for settings.
  • Page 20: Function Key

    5 key (insert) will be activated in future releases of the 375 Field Communicator software. Multifunction LED The multifunction LED allows you to recognize when the 375 Field Communicator is in various states; see Table 2-1. Table 2-1. Multifunction LED Multifunction LED Processing indication Green The 375 Field Communicator is on.
  • Page 21: Using The Soft Input Panel (Sip) Keyboard

    The SIP keyboard detects when you need to enter characters and will appear automatically as required. VIEWING THE The 375 Main Menu allows you to run the HART 375 MAIN application, run the Settings menu, communicate MENU with a PC, and launch the ScratchPad application.
  • Page 22: Starting The Hart Application

    1. From the 375 Main Menu select Settings. 2. Select the desired setting from the Settings menu. About 375 About 375 allows you to view the software property revisions of your particular 375 Field Communicator. If you need to call technical support personnel, have the System Software...
  • Page 23: Backlight

    CANCEL to exit without changes. Clock The clock setting allows you to set the date and time on the 375 Field Communicator. Configure the date by using the drop down menu. To configure the time, highlight the appropriate time field and use the arrows to scroll through values until you find the correct time.
  • Page 24: Event Capture

    (.rec) files. An event capture is a log of communication, input, and screen output that occurs between the 375 Field Communicator and a device. 1. Activate event capture in the settings menu by tapping the desired radio button.
  • Page 25: License

    Learning the Basics 2-13 License Licensing can be viewed when you turn on the 375 Field Communicator and in the license settings menu. The license setting allows you to view the license on the System Card. The HART application license is standard in every 375 Field Communicator.
  • Page 26: Touch Screen Alignment

    Touch screen alignment will be retained upon start up. Exit to the 375 Main Menu Double-tap Exit to 375 Main Menu if you want to return to the 375 Main Menu. Communicating IrDA communication with PCs...
  • Page 27: Listen For Pc

    • 375 Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Programming Utility To enter Listen for PC: 1. From the 375 Main Menu, select Listen for PC. 2. Align the 375 Field Communicator IrDA interface with the PC IrDA interface. 3. Complete the necessary transfer(s) using the Programming Utility or AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager;...
  • Page 28: Transferring Hart Configurations Using Ams Suite: Intelligent Device Manager

    Suite: Intelligent Device Manager A Handheld Communicator Interface kit of the Intelligent Device Manager (version 6.2 or higher) option lets you use the 375 Field Communicator with AMS. 1. Align the 375 Field Communicator IrDA interface with the PC IrDA interface and then enter Listen for PC.
  • Page 29: Using The Scratchpad Application

    (.txt) documents. You are able to transfer .txt files between a PC and the 375 Field Communicator using the Programming Utility. ScratchPad only supports very basic formatting.
  • Page 30: Create A New Document

    2-18 Learning the Basics Create a new document From the Main Page in the ScratchPad application, tap the NEW button. An empty text window and SIP keypad will appear. You are now ready to enter text into your new document. A new document can also be created within ScratchPad by tapping the New ( ) icon in the...
  • Page 31: Cut Text

    Learning the Basics 2-19 Cut text 1. Select the text to be cut. 2. Tap Edit from the menu bar. 3. Tap Cut from the Edit menu. You can also cut text by selecting text and tapping the Cut ( ) icon in the toolbar.
  • Page 32: Save A Copy

    2-20 Learning the Basics Save a copy To save a copy of the current document under another name: 1. In your document, tap File from the menu bar. 2. Tap Save As... from the File menu. 3. Type the copy file name in the dialog box. Delete a document There are three options for deleting a ScratchPad document:...
  • Page 33: Managing Storage

    OUNDATION 3. RAM—32MB used only for program execution 4. Expansion Module (EM)— an optional removable memory card that snaps into the Expansion Port on the side of the 375 Field Communicator. The Configuration Expansion Module can store HART device configurations.
  • Page 34: Maintenance

    “Power” on page 2-13. You can also check the battery charge remaining before you insert a spare battery pack. 1. Remove the battery pack from the 375 Field Communicator; see “Removing the System Card and battery pack” on page 2-23.
  • Page 35: Charging The Battery

    Removing the System Card and battery pack Remove the System Card and battery pack: 1. Place the 375 Field Communicator face down on a level, secure surface. 2. Loosen the two battery pack retaining screws until the top of each screw is flush with the top of the battery pack.
  • Page 36: Running A Self Test

    Running a self There is no need, nor is it possible, to perform a test manual self test with the 375 Field Communicator. Testing features are done automatically. A warning message will occur if a fault condition is found during these tests.
  • Page 37: Overview

    HART F ECTION UNCTIONALITY OVERVIEW This section provides instruction on basic HART functionality of the Model 375 Field Communicator. As they become available, the HART Field Communicator menu trees will be located online at www.fieldcommunicator.com. SAFETY Procedures and instructions in this section may...
  • Page 38: Starting The Hart Application

    This is common when only static parameters are listed. STARTING To start the HART application: THE HART 1. Turn on the 375 Field Communicator. The 375 APPLICATION Main Menu is displayed with HART as the default application. 2. Double-tap HART Application. If a live HART...
  • Page 39: Setting Up Hot Key Options

    HART Functionality Setting up Hot The Hot Key menu is a user-definable menu that Key options can store shortcuts for up to 20 of your most frequently performed tasks. For example, if you change device tags and damping often, you can add options for these functions to the Hot Key menu.
  • Page 40: Executing Hot Key Options

    375 Field Communicator to a device. You can access the Hot Key menu from any online window. To use a Hot Key option: 1. Connect the 375 Field Communicator to a HART loop or device. 2. Tap the Hot Key. The Hot Key menu is displayed.
  • Page 41: Working Offline

    375 Field communicator from another program will be saved as a user configuration. Editing a device configuration within the 375 Field Communicator will change it to a user configuration. The concept of partial or standard configurations does not apply to the 375 Field Communicator. All configurations are full configurations.
  • Page 42 HART Functionality 6. If a warning appears, thoroughly read the warning, tap CONT. to accept the warning and proceed, or tap EXIT to end creating a new user configuration. 7. Mark the configurable variables you want sent to the HART device. Double-tap Mark all > OK to have all variables marked.
  • Page 43: Opening Saved Configurations Offline

    HART Functionality Opening saved Once opened, a saved configuration allows you to configurations edit, copy to, send, delete, rename, and compare Offline to other saved configurations. To open a saved configuration: 1. From the HART Application main menu, double-tap Offline. 2.
  • Page 44: Edit A Saved Configuration Offline

    HART Functionality list configurations that have a tag or name that begins P- 0 and ends with a 7, set the filter to P - 0.7. The XPAND button allows you to view the tag, manufacturer, device type, descriptor, and the configuration type.
  • Page 45: Copy A Saved Configuration Offline

    Delete a saved configuration Offline Delete allows you to remove configurations one at a time. To delete a configuration from the 375 Field Communicator storage: 1. From the Saved Configuration menu, double-tap Delete.
  • Page 46: Rename A Saved Configuration Offline

    The 375 Field Communicator notifies you if this condition is not met. The format of data storage must match exactly. The 375 Field Communicator notifies you if this condition is not met. 1. From the Saved Configuration menu, double-tap Compare.
  • Page 47: Working Online

    Appendix B “Approval Information”. A HART configuration created from a connected HART device will initially be saved as a 375 device configuration. Editing a device configuration within the 375 Field Communicator will change it to a 375 user configuration.
  • Page 48 3-12 HART Functionality There are three terminals on the top of the 375 Field Communicator. Two of them are red and one of them is black. Each red terminal is a positive connection for its protocol. The black terminal is a common shared by both protocols.
  • Page 49: Connecting To A Hart Loop

    HART Functionality 3-13 Figure 3-2 illustrates how to connect the 375 Field Communicator to a HART loop: Figure 3-2. Connecting to a HART loop HART compatible device RL 250 Power supply Current meter Figure 3-3 illustrates how to connect the 375 Field...
  • Page 50: Viewing The Online Menu

    3-14 HART Functionality The following diagram illustrates how to connect the optional 250-ohm resistor. Attaching a resistor is necessary if less than 250 ohms resistance is present in the HART loop. HART compatible device Power Supply – – Optional 250-Ohm Load Resistor To temporarily install the optional 250-ohm load resistor:...
  • Page 51 1. Connect the 375 Field Communicator to a HART loop or directly to the device. 2. Push the on/off button to turn on the 375 Field Communicator. 3. Double tap HART Application. The Online main menu will be displayed automatically.
  • Page 52: Viewing The Device Setup Submenu

    3-16 HART Functionality Viewing the The Device Setup menu accesses every Device Setup configurable parameter of the connected device. submenu Double-tap Device setup to view the process variables, diagnostics and service, basic setup, detailed setup, and review: Process Variables (PV) The PV menu lists all process variables and their values.
  • Page 53: Basic Setup

    HART Functionality 3-17 Basic setup The Basic setup menu provides quick access to a number of configurable parameters including tag, unit, range values, and damping. The options available in the Basic setup menu are the most fundamental tasks that can be performed with a given device.
  • Page 54: Primary Variable (Pv)

    HART diagnostics. Configuring Changing the HART polling option the HART Use the HART polling option to configure your 375 application Field Communicator to automatically search for all or specific connected devices. Most HART device installations contain one device per loop and the device address equals zero.
  • Page 55 HART Functionality 3-19 output of each device is fixed and no longer represents any variable. To change the polling option: 1. From the HART main menu, double-tap Utility. 2. Double-tap Configure HART Application. 3. Double-tap Polling. 4. Select one of the following polling options: •...
  • Page 56: Changing Ignored Status Messages

    3-20 HART Functionality Changing ignored status messages The 375 Field Communicator displays status messages from all connected HART devices. The Ignore Status option lets you specify the number of field device status messages that are ignored, extending the time between displayed messages.
  • Page 57: Viewing Available Device Descriptions

    HART Functionality 3-21 Viewing HART Device Descriptions enable the 375 Field available Communicator to recognize and configure specific Device HART-compatible devices. To view the currently Descriptions installed HART Device Descriptions: 1. From the HART main menu, double-tap Utility. 2. Double-tap Available Device Descriptions.
  • Page 58: Viewing Hart Diagnostics

    (This warning will not appear if your device is tested.) The online menu for the simulated device is displayed. You can now use the 375 Field Communicator as if it were connected to the selected device and perform any online task.
  • Page 59: Fieldbus Functionality

    Host System database. Ensure all safety precautions and work procedures have been followed. If this segment is connected to a Host System, the changes made with the 375 may not be recorded in the Host System’s permanent data base. Verify the changes in the database.
  • Page 60: Basic Features And Functions

    Scheduler Scheduler (LAS). The LAS operates as the bus (LAS) arbiter for the segment. The 375 Field Communicator is set up to always be the last node to become the LAS on a segment. The devices that are capable of becoming the LAS are called link master devices.
  • Page 61: Interoperability

    375 Field Communicator. If certification is not received, a warning message will display when you attempt to access an untested device. 375 operation When a 375 Field Communicator is connected to a with other live fieldbus segment and a host system, it joins hosts the fieldbus segment but not as the LAS.
  • Page 62: Modes

    In this mode, the output of the block can be manually overwritten for testing purposes. Other Types of Modes Other types of modes are Cas, RCas, ROut, IMan and LO. For more information; see the Emerson Process Management, Rosemount Division Function Block manual, document 00809-0100-4783.
  • Page 63: Locating Mode Parameters

    Fieldbus Functionality Locating Mode Parameters In the Resource and Transducer blocks, the mode parameters are normally found in the Process menu. In all other Function blocks, they are found in the Common Config. menu. The Mode parameters will also be included in the All parameter list;...
  • Page 64: Starting The Fieldbus Application

    FIELDBUS detected on the segment. Select YES to proceed APPLICATION to the live list, NO to return to the 375 Main Menu, or HELP to get more information on the warning. To start the fieldbus application: 1. Turn on the 375 Field Communicator. The 375 Main Menu is displayed;...
  • Page 65: Working Online

    Fieldbus Functionality To navigate back to the 375 Main Menu, press the back arrow button. From the Fieldbus Application main menu you can choose Online, Utility or Fieldbus Diagnostic functions. The rest of this section will guide you through the Fieldbus Application menus and functions.
  • Page 66 Fieldbus Functionality There are three terminals on the top of the 375 Field Communicator. Two of them are red and one of them is black. Each red terminal is a positive connection for its protocol. The black terminal is a common shared by both protocols.
  • Page 67: Bench Hook-Up

    Fieldbus Functionality Bench hook-up The following diagram illustrates one method of connecting the 375 Field Communicator on a bench. For segments that are limited in size, the power conditioner and terminators can be contained in a single wiring block. Fieldbus...
  • Page 68: Field Hook-Up

    Fieldbus Functionality Field hook-up The following diagram illustrates one method of connecting the 375 Field Communicator to a fieldbus segment. The 375 Field Communicator can be connected at any convenient place along the bus (segment). In the field, this is typically done at the device or at the fieldbus junction box.
  • Page 69: Displaying The Live Device List

    To display the active devices on a Fieldbus Live Device segment (live list): List 1. Connect the 375 Field Communicator to a Fieldbus segment. 2. Turn on the 375 Field Communicator. 3. On the main menu, double tap F OUNDATION Fieldbus Application.
  • Page 70 4-12 Fieldbus Functionality Displaying the The Block List view lists the block tag, block type, Block List and actual mode of the device blocks, as well as Schedule, Advanced, and Detail information contained in a particular device. Consult your device manual or the Fieldbus Foundation for more information on blocks.
  • Page 71: Displaying The Block List

    Block menus display block information for the fieldbus device to which you are connected. If the DD is not installed in your 375 Field Communicator a DD error will appear. New DDs will be made available on a regular basis; see “Easy Upgrade Programming Utility”...
  • Page 72: Changing And Sending Parameter Data

    4-14 Fieldbus Functionality Displaying block parameters for fieldbus devices To display the parameters for fieldbus devices: 1. Display the live list; see page 4-11. 2. Double tap a device on the live list to view the blocks in that device. 3.
  • Page 73: Running Methods

    Fieldbus Functionality 4-15 Running methods (e.g. calibrations, sensor trim, diagnostic etc.) Select submenu choices as appropriate. Different devices have different methods associated with them. The selections on these menus vary accordingly. 1. Display the live list; see page 4-11. 2. Double tap a device from the live list. 3.
  • Page 74: Changing The I/O Block Schedule

    The LAS automatically assigns an address to a device when it is connected to a segment. If an LAS other than the 375 Field Communicator is on the segment, changing the address could have unpredictable results. It is not recommended to change the address when the device is connected to a control system.
  • Page 75: Displaying Advanced Features

    V(NUN) is the number of node addresses not to poll. The addresses between V(FUN) and V(NUN) are polled. The DeltaV System checkbox instructs the 375 Field Communicator to use the same polling scheme as DeltaV. Enter the desired polling addresses in the appropriate field.
  • Page 76: Viewing Installed Fieldbus Device Descriptions

    Utility. 2. Select and double tap Device Descriptions List. Fieldbus device manufacturers installed on the 375 Field Communicator are listed. 3. Select and double tap the manufacturer of the device you want to view. The models available for the manufacturer are listed.
  • Page 77: Disconnecting From A Fieldbus Device

    Fieldbus Functionality 4-19 Figure 4-5. Fieldbus Diagnostics screen examples Disconnecting Prior to disconnecting or turning off the 375 Field from a Communicator be sure to check the following Fieldbus items: Device • Verify methods (e.g. calibration) are complete. • Resolve any un-sent data to the device.
  • Page 78 4-20 Fieldbus Functionality...
  • Page 79: Troubleshooting Suggestions

    This section provides basic troubleshooting techniques for the Model 375 Field Communicator. Below are methods for troubleshooting HART Networks that are experiencing problems communicating between a field device and the 375 Field Communicator. Troubleshooting Answer the questions below and use the...
  • Page 80: Loops

    Almost all field devices need at least 4mA and 12VDC to operate properly. If there are multiple field devices on a multidrop loop then set the 375 Field Communicator to digital polling mode. Inspection of the loop wiring can often times reveal problems.
  • Page 81: Sample Values

    Troubleshooting Sample values Loop Current Flow Minimum voltage for 250 ohms. 4 ma 1 Volt 8 ma 2 Volts 12 ma 3 Volts 16 ma 4 Volts 20 ma 5 Volts If the voltage across the process-indicating device is greater than the value listed for a given current flow then the device has at least 250 of internal resistance.
  • Page 82 Control system is HART communication Stop HART communications on the control communicating HART, but is being prevented by system and verify if communication between the 375 is not the control system. the field devices and the communicator is communicating properly. restored.
  • Page 83: Error And Status Messages

    Press OK to turn off. (Where x indicates the test that failed.) Battery power is less than 5%. You must recharge the 375 The power-up battery check detects battery, switch to a spare battery pack, or use external the battery charge is below five power.
  • Page 84 Troubleshooting HART Error and Help Messages Description "Poll Using Long Tag" allows the user to enter the long tag This is a help message. of the device they want to connect to "Poll Using Tag" allows you to enter the tag of the device This is a help message.
  • Page 85 Troubleshooting DD Error…"developed-to mismatch"...DD version This error message appears when <manufacture name, device name, dev. rev. #, and the DD was developed using a later DD rev. #>; HART application <version x.y>; HART app HART app revision. version x.y...Reinstall DD…See Programming Interface for details DD Error…"DD header file corrupted"...Reinstall Device This error message appears when...
  • Page 86 Check connection to fieldbus devices on the segment. Press OK to return to the live list. devices. The 375 has been disconnected from the segment. Press Verify that the 375 lead set is still RETRY to attempt to reconnect to the segment." Press securely connected to the FF CANCEL to return to the FF app main menu.
  • Page 87: Required Information For Technical Assistance

    • What is the message on the 375 Field Communicator when attempting to communicate with a field device (i.e., device not found)? • What is the serial number of the 375 having the communication issue? • Is the device in burst mode? •...
  • Page 88: Contacting Technical Support Personnel

    5-10 Troubleshooting • Does the Control system support HART communications? • If a HART multiplexer is being used, what is the manufacture and model? • What is the approximate Field Device loop length? (Length of the wire) • Are there any error messages being displayed? •...
  • Page 89: Appendix A Reference Information

    ’ ANUAL 00375-0047-0001, Rev. C 375 F February 2004 IELD OMMUNICATOR PPENDIX EFERENCE NFORMATION PROCESSOR AND MEMORY SPECIFICATIONS ® Microprocessor 133 Mhz Hitachi Memory Internal Flash 32 MB System Card 128 MB (or higher) Secure Digital card 32 MB Expansion Module...
  • Page 90: Keypad

    Reference Information Keypad Twenty-five keys including four action keys, twelve alphanumeric keys, four alternate functionality keys, on/off, and 4 navigation (arrow) keys; membrane design with tactile feedback POWER Power supply voltage SUPPLY 6.0 V SPECIFICATIONS Battery Five rechargeable NiMh AA batteries Not serviceable.
  • Page 91: Environmental Specifications

    Reference Information ENVIRONMENTAL Usage SPECIFICATIONS -10°C to +50°C (14°F to 122°F) 0% to 95%RH (non-condensing) for 0°C to +50°C (32°F to 122°F) Charge 0°C to +40°C (32°F to 104°F) Storage -20°C to +55°C (-4°F to 131°F) with batteries (less than one month) Storage without batteries -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to 140°F) Enclosure rating...
  • Page 92: Ordering Information

    Carrying case, Getting Started Guide, User's Manual, 375 Resource CD, stylus and straps. (2) This option should only be considered if the user already has a 375 Power Supply/Charger. Note: Only 375 Power Supply/Chargers are to be used with the 375 battery pack.
  • Page 93: Spare Parts List

    00375-0047-0001 Resource CD 00375-0049-0001 (1) For use with AMS/375 Interface or 375 Programming Utility. (2) Includes unlimited upgrades to System Card for 3 year period. (3) Contains Programming Utility and System Software/DD database. This CD is updated on a quarterly basis.
  • Page 94 Reference Information...
  • Page 95: Appendix B Approval Information

    CE Compliance per EN 50014, EN 50020, and EN 50284 Other important guidelines Only use new, original parts. Do not charge the battery in hazardous areas. Have repairs done only by qualified personnel. Only charge or power using the 375 Power Supply. www.fieldcommunicator.com...
  • Page 96: North American Certifications

    375 Field Communicators also have an (KL OPTION additional label opposite the main unit label; see ONLY) Figure B - 2. If the 375 Field Communicator does not contain this label (NA option) then it should be considered non-IS approved. North...
  • Page 97: European Certifications

    Approval Information European ATEX Intrinsic Safety Certifications Certification No.: DMT 03 ATEX E 031 II 2 G (1 GD) EEx ia IIC T4 (-10 °C +50 °C) 0158 HART Intrinsically Safe electrical parameters Input Parameters = 30 Volt DC = 200 mA = 1.0 Watt Output Parameters = 1.9 Volt DC...
  • Page 98: Label Drawings

    Approval Information LABEL DRAWINGS Figure B - 1. All 375 Field Communicators will have a similar label to the one below. Figure B - 2. Approval Ex label example (KL option only)
  • Page 99 Approval Information Figure B - 3. Battery Pack Label example (all)
  • Page 100: Approval Drawing

    Approval Information APPROVAL This approval drawing can also be found on the DRAWING www.fieldcommunicator.com website.
  • Page 101 Approval Information werden. werden. verwertet verwertet uchlich uchlich missbr missbr Weise Weise anderer anderer nicht nicht Dritte Dritte durch durch oder oder nger nger Empf Empf durch durch darf darf erdem erdem werden. werden. gemacht gemacht nglich nglich Dritte Dritte noch noch ltigt,...
  • Page 102 Approval Information werden. werden. verwertet verwertet uchlich uchlich missbr missbr Weise Weise anderer anderer nicht nicht Dritte Dritte durch durch oder oder nger nger Empf Empf durch durch darf darf erdem erdem werden. werden. gemacht gemacht nglich nglich Dritte Dritte noch noch ltigt,...
  • Page 103 Approval Information werden. werden. verwertet verwertet uchlich uchlich missbr missbr Weise Weise anderer anderer nicht nicht Dritte Dritte durch durch oder oder nger nger Empf Empf durch durch darf darf erdem erdem werden. werden. gemacht gemacht nglich nglich Dritte Dritte noch noch ltigt,...
  • Page 104 Approval Information B-10...
  • Page 105: Glossary

    ’ ANUAL 00375-0047-0001, Rev. C 375 F February 2004 IELD OMMUNICATOR LOSSARY Alphanumeric A character set that contains both letters and digits and, usually, other characters, such as punctuation marks. AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager Software for remotely managing Smart field devices (offline or online) over existing HART or F fieldbus networks.
  • Page 106 -compatible field devices. See also Device Description. Expansion Module (EM) An optional removable memory card that snaps into the Expansion Port on the side of the 375 Field Communicator. See ordering information for availability types. Field device Field devices may generate or receive an analog signal in addition to the HART digital communication signal.
  • Page 107 Once instantiated, these function blocks operate like any other block in the device. The 375 Field Communicator does not currently support the command to instantiate function blocks in a fieldbus device.
  • Page 108 G-iv Intrinsic Safety Circuits that are designed to limit the amount of energy consumed or provided to field devices to levels below those that are required to ignite specific types of hazardous materials under fault and no fault conditions. Also a method of providing safe operation of electronic process-control instrumentation in hazardous areas, such as flammable environments.
  • Page 109 Device Descriptions. OUNDATION User data file A text (.TXT) file created by a user either on a PC or with the ScratchPad application on the 375. User data files can be transferred between the 375 Programming Utility and a 375.
  • Page 110 G-vi...
  • Page 111: Index

    Brightness, see Backlight .txt file G-v 2-11 .txt files 2-17 Button FILTR 3-7 Numerics Home 3-15 375 Main Menu 2-9 Hot Key 3-3 Terminate 2-9 XPAND 3-8 About 375 2-10 Address 4-16 Advanced features 4-17 Calibration 3-16 Alphanumeric keypad 2-5, 2-7, A-2...
  • Page 112 Load resistor 3-14 HART configurations offline 3-8 Power supply/charger 2-5 Electro Magnetic Compatibility B-1 Specifications A-2 Enclosure rating A-3 Contrast 2-11 Enter key 2-5, 2-6 Copying Entering text 2-18 HART configurations offline 3-9 Environmental specifications A-3 Copying text 2-19 Equipment and componet directive B-1 Cutting text 2-19 Error messages 5-5 European...
  • Page 113 Key 2-5, 2-8 Instantiation G-iii Functions 2-5 Internal Flash 3-20, A-1, G-iii Interoperability 4-3 Intrinsic Safety G-iv HART Introduction 1-1 Application 2-10, 3-14 IrDA 2-5, 2-14, 2-15, G-iv Comparing offline 3-10 Adapter 2-14 Copying offline 3-9 Deleting offline 3-9 Device G-iii Disconnecting 3-22 Alphanumeric keypad 2-5, 2-7, A-2 Editing offline 3-8...
  • Page 114 Specifications A-1 Modes 4-5 Menu trees 3-1 Modified 4-13 Messages Parts 2-5 Error 5-5 Pasting text 2-19 Safety 2-1, 3-1, 4-1 Permitted Modes 4-5 Status messages 5-5 Personal Computer A-2, G-v Methods Physical device tag 4-15 Running 4-15 Physical specifications A-1 MODE_BLK.TARGET 4-5 Polarity 4-7 MODE_BLOCK.ACTUAL 4-5...
  • Page 115 Selecting text 2-18 Starting up 2-3, 2-10 Self test 2-24 Status Sensor trim 3-16 Device 4-15 Settings Messages 3-1, 5-5 About 375 2-10 Number of Ignored 3-20 Backlight 2-11 Storage A-3 Clock 2-11 Cleanup 3-20 Contrast 2-11 Device configurations 2-21...
  • Page 116 Deleting a document 2-20 Entering 2-18 Opening 2-20 Paste 2-19 Saving 2-19, 2-20 Selecting 2-18 Undoing 2-19 Time/Date 2-11 Touch screen Alignment 2-14 Display 2-5 Using 2-8 Transferring files 2-16 Trim D/A 3-16 Scaled D/A 3-16 Sensor 3-16 Troubleshooting 5-1 Undoing text 2-19 Upper range value 3-18 Usage A-3...
  • Page 118 All rights reserved. The Emerson logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Company. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.

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