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  • Page 1 USER’S MANUAL...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    OMMUNICATOR 475 Field Communicator NOTICE Read this User’s Manual before working with the 475 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

    Safety Messages ......... . 2-1 475 Field Communicator Overview......2-2 Device Interoperability .
  • Page 6 Table of Contents TOC-2 SECTION 3 HART Functionality Overview ..........3-1 Safety Messages .
  • Page 7 Table of Contents TOC-3 SECTION 5 Troubleshooting Overview ..........5-1 Troubleshooting Suggestions .
  • Page 8 Table of Contents TOC-4 Declaration of Conformity/Approvals ......B-3 Label Drawings......... . . B-3 Approval Drawings.
  • Page 9: Using This Manual

    OMMUNICATOR ECTION NTRODUCTION USING THIS MANUAL The sections in this manual provide the following information on the 475 Field Communicator. Section 2: Learning the Basics contains information on assembly, components, starting, entering standby, shutting down, settings, supported PC applications, and maintaining the 475 Field Communicator.
  • Page 10 Introduction...
  • Page 11: Overview

    EARNING THE ASICS OVERVIEW This section provides instructions on basic features and functions of the 475 Field Communicator. It also provides information on assembly, components, starting, entering standby, shutting down, settings, applications, and maintaining the 475 Field Communicator. The functionality described in this section is based on system software version 3.0.
  • Page 12: Field Communicator Overview

    Failure to comply may result in equipment damage and/or personal injury. Be sure to understand and comply with the sections in this manual. Device Interoperability The 475 Field Communicator is designed to operate with a wide range of HART and fieldbus devices independent of device manufacturer. Device OUNDATION...
  • Page 13: Battery And Power Supply/Charger

    Learning the Basics Battery and The 475 Field Communicator is powered by a Lithium Ion battery (Power Module) that has a green, 6-pin connector. The power supply/charger also has a green connector to Power Supply/Charger match the appropriate connector on the battery. See Figure 2-1 for the location of the connector.
  • Page 14 The flat side of the power supply/charger connector should face the front of the 475 or the inside of the battery, if the battery is not attached to the 475. The battery is fully charged when the light on the power supply/charger is green.
  • Page 15 The battery is nearly fully charged. Amber The battery is charging. Flashing amber The power supply/charger is not connected to the 475 Field Communicator. Flashing amber and red The remaining charge in the battery is very low. Charging cannot occur. Contact Technical Support for more information.
  • Page 16 Learning the Basics Figure 2-3. 475 Field Communicator shown without optional Rubber Boot HART and F fieldbus OUNDATION ® Communication Terminals (top) IrDA Interface (top) Touch Screen Display ® Bluetooth Light Backlight Key Power Key and Light Strap Attachment (side)
  • Page 17: Using The Touch Screen

    Bluetooth to use this functionality. Power Key The Power key is used to power on and off the 475 Field Communicator or to put it in standby. The green light on the Power key flashes when you press and hold the Power key to turn on the 475 Field Communicator.
  • Page 18: Memory

    3. RAM—32MB used only for program execution. Available Memory Space To view the available memory in your 475 Field Communicator, connect to the Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Utility or double-tap Memory from the Settings menu. The Field Communicator Main Menu displays the Settings menu item. See “Memory”...
  • Page 19: Accessories

    Two straps are available with the 475 Field Communicator. The magnetic strap attaches to the top of the 475 Field Communicator and lets you hang it from a metal pipe. The strap attachment is located near the HART and fieldbus terminals on the top of the 475 Field Communicator.
  • Page 20: Assembly

    4. With the 475 Field Communicator still face down, ensure the tops of the two battery retaining screws are loose and slightly above the top of the 475. 5. Align the sides of the battery with the 475 and carefully slide it forward until it is secure.
  • Page 21: Removing The Battery And The System Card

    5. Push the System Card into the System Card socket until it clicks to release it. The System Card socket is spring-loaded. 6. Grasp the System Card with your fingers and slide it straight out of the 475 Field Communicator.
  • Page 22: Entering Standby

    Learning the Basics Entering Standby You can put the 475 Field Communicator into standby to save power or to reduce the boot-up time if you are using the 475 Field Communicator intermittently. Standby turns off the touch screen and areas within the 475 Field Communicator.
  • Page 23: Clock

    2-13 Clock The Clock setting lets you set the date, time, and time zone on the 475 Field Communicator. Configure the date by using the drop-down list. To configure the time, select the appropriate time field and use the arrows to scroll through values until you find the correct time.
  • Page 24: Power Status

    1. Disconnect the power supply/charger, if it is connected to the 475 Field Communicator. 2. Double-tap Retrain The Battery from the Settings menu. 3. Wait until the 475 Field Communicator shuts down. It may take up to several hours to discharge the battery, depending on the charge remaining when the operation began.
  • Page 25: Event Capture

    Three terminals for the lead set are on the top of the 475 Field Communicator. Each red terminal is a positive connection for its protocol, while the black terminal is a common terminal shared by both protocols.
  • Page 26: Pc Applications

    System Card. Limiting the number of device descriptions will free memory on your System Card. • Assign a Unit Name to a 475 Field Communicator to uniquely identify it, which is useful when connecting to a 475 using Bluetooth.
  • Page 27: Connecting The 475 Field Communicator Or System Card

    Learning the Basics 2-17 Connecting the 475 Field You can use three connection types to connect a 475 Field Communicator to the Easy Upgrade Utility: IrDA, Bluetooth (if licensed), or a supported card reader. The 475 Field Communicator or System...
  • Page 28 HART or fieldbus devices using Bluetooth. To use Bluetooth, you need the following: • 475 Field Communicator with a Bluetooth license. To see if your 475 is licensed for Bluetooth, double-tap Settings from the Field Communicator Main Menu. Then double-tap License. A checkmark next to Bluetooth indicates it is licensed.
  • Page 29: Upgrading The 475 Field Communicator

    Event Capture files, or ScratchPad files. To access the System Card, you need to remove the battery from the 475 Field Communicator. See “Removing the Battery and the System Card” on page 2-11 for more information.
  • Page 30: Adding Functionality By Enabling Licenses

    Communicator Easy Upgrade Utility. Only the Easy Upgrade license needs to be renewed. Viewing Current Licenses To view the current licenses and the Easy Upgrade expiration date in your 475 Field Communicator, double-tap Settings from the Field Communicator Main Menu. Then double-tap License.
  • Page 31: Scratchpad

    ScratchPad from within the HART or Fieldbus Application by tapping the ScratchPad ( ) icon in the upper right corner of the window. You can transfer text files between a PC and the 475 Field Communicator using the Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Utility. NOTE The Power key, standby timer, and auto-off timer are disabled when the ScratchPad application is open.
  • Page 32 2-22 Learning the Basics Copying Text 1. Select the text to be copied. 2. Tap Edit | Copy. You can also copy text by selecting text and tapping the Copy ( ) icon in the toolbar. Pasting Text 1. Copy the text to be pasted. 2.
  • Page 33: Maintenance

    Running a Self Test There is no need, nor is it possible, to perform a manual self test with the 475 Field Communicator. Testing features are done automatically. A warning message appears if a fault condition is found during these tests.
  • Page 34 2-24 Learning the Basics...
  • Page 35: Hart Functionality

    ECTION UNCTIONALITY OVERVIEW This section provides instruction on basic HART functionality in the 475 Field Communicator. It is based on the operation of the HART Application version 4.0. SAFETY MESSAGES Procedures and instructions in this section may require special precautions to ensure the safety of the personnel performing the operation.
  • Page 36: Basic Features And Functions

    BASIC FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS HART Application The HART Application lets you communicate with and configure HART devices that are connected to the 475 Field Communicator. You can also create and edit Functionality configurations and run diagnostics. Using a Fast Key Sequence A Fast Key sequence is a sequence of numerical button presses, corresponding to the menu options that lead you to a given task.
  • Page 37: Working With Offline Configurations

    Communicator from another program. Editing a device configuration within the 475 Field Communicator changes it to a user configuration. The concept of partial or standard configurations does not apply to the 475 Field Communicator. All configurations are full configurations. Creating a New Creating a new configuration lets you create a user configuration for a specific device type and revision.
  • Page 38: Opening A Saved Configuration

    HART Functionality Opening a Saved A saved configuration lets you edit, copy, send, delete, or rename it. You can also compare it to other saved configurations. Configuration To open a saved configuration: 1. From the HART Application main menu, double-tap Offline. 2.
  • Page 39 Sending a Saved Configuration to a Connected Device The Send option lets you send the open configuration to a connected device. From the Saved Configuration menu, double-tap Send. The 475 Field Communicator sends the configuration to a connected device that is compatible with the configuration.
  • Page 40: Transferring Configurations To A Pc Application

    Communicator with the appropriate connectors in parallel with the device or load resistor. The HART connectors are not polarity sensitive. A minimum of 250 ohms resistance must be present in the HART loop for the 475 Field Communicator to function properly. For information about Intrinsically Safe connections, see Appendix B.
  • Page 41 Communication Terminals HART Communication Terminal Markings NOTE The lead set must be used to communicate with a wired or wireless device. The 475 Field Communicator cannot communicate wirelessly with devices. Wiring Diagrams Figure 3-3 shows how to connect the 475 Field Communicator to a HART loop.
  • Page 42 2. Open the loop to allow connection of the resistor in series in the loop. 3. Close the loop using the lead set connectors. Figure 3-6 shows how to connect the 475 Field Communicator directly to the communication terminals on a wireless device.
  • Page 43: Displaying The Connected Hart Devices

    HART Functionality Displaying the Connected After the device is connected, double-tap HART Application from the Field Communicator Main Menu. The HART Application automatically polls for connected HART Devices devices using the selected polling options. See “Changing the HART Polling Options” on page 3-15 for information on modifying these options.
  • Page 44: Interpreting The Hart Icon

    Configuration To save the configuration in the connected device: 1. Ensure the 475 Field Communicator is connected to a HART loop or directly to the device and turn on the 475 Field Communicator. 2. Double-tap HART Application from the Field Communicator Main Menu. The HART Online menu appears.
  • Page 45: Displaying Device Setup Options

    HART Functionality 3-11 Displaying Device Setup The Device Setup on the HART Online menu accesses every configurable parameter for the connected device. Some devices may not display a Device Setup menu. Check Options your device documentation for more information. Double-tap Device setup to view the process variables, diagnostics and service, basic setup, detailed setup, and review menus.
  • Page 46: Displaying Graphics

    3-12 HART Functionality Detailed setup The Detailed setup menu provides access to every editable device parameter and all device functions. The Detailed setup menu varies widely from one HART device to another. Functions in this menu can include tasks such as characterization, configuration, and sensor and output trims.
  • Page 47: Configuring The Hart Application

    You can access the Hot key menu from any online window. To use a Hot key option: 1. Connect the 475 Field Communicator to a HART loop or device. 2. From the Field Communicator Main Menu, double-tap HART Application. 3. Tap the Hot key ( ) from an online menu.
  • Page 48 3-14 HART Functionality Removing a Hot Key Option To remove individual Hot key options: 1. Tap and hold the Hot key ( ). The Hotkey Configuration window appears. 2. Tap the menu option you want to remove. NOTE Some options are predefined and cannot be removed from the Hot key menu. These options vary depending on the device type.
  • Page 49: Changing The Hart Polling Options

    HART Functionality 3-15 Changing the HART Polling Use the HART Polling Options to configure your 475 Field Communicator to automatically search for all or specific connected devices. Most HART device installations contain one Options device per loop and the device address is zero. Refer to your device manual for more information about changing a device polling address.
  • Page 50: Ignoring Status Messages

    4. Tap Show Long Tag to display the HART long tag, or tap Show Short Tag to display the HART short tag. 5. Tap ENTER. The 475 Field Communicator continues to use the option you selected until you change the setting.
  • Page 51: Viewing Available Device Descriptions

    EXIT to return to the Utility menu. (This warning does not appear if your device is tested.) The Online menu for the simulated device appears. You can now use the 475 Field Communicator as if it were connected to the selected device and perform any online task.
  • Page 52: Running Hart Diagnostics

    Voltage measurements are for reference purposes only. Do not make critical process control decisions based upon these measurements. DISCONNECTING FROM A Prior to disconnecting the 475 Field Communicator from a HART device, check the following items: HART DEVICE • Determine if you want to save a configuration.
  • Page 53: Fieldbus Functionality

    Troubleshooting section of this manual. WARNING If a segment is connected to a host system, the changes made with the 475 Field Communicator may not be recorded in the host system’s permanent database. Verify the changes in the database. Otherwise, this could cause unpredictable results and, depending upon your application, process disruption leading to property damage, serious injury, or death.
  • Page 54: Basic Features And Functions

    Link Active Scheduler (LAS) All segments have only one Link Active Scheduler (LAS). The LAS operates as the bus arbiter for the segment. The 475 Field Communicator is set up to always be the last node to become the LAS on a segment.
  • Page 55: Starting The Foundation Fieldbus Application

    Fieldbus Application from the Field Communicator Main OUNDATION Menu. If a live fieldbus device is connected to the 475 Field Communicator, the Fieldbus Application main menu briefly appears followed by the Live Device List. Figure 4-1 shows the Fieldbus Application main menu.
  • Page 56: Working Online With Fieldbus Devices

    Fieldbus Communication Terminals Three terminals for the lead set are on the top of the 475 Field Communicator. Each red terminal is a positive connection for its protocol. The black terminal is a common terminal shared by both protocols. An access door ensures only one pair of terminals is exposed at any one time;...
  • Page 57 Fieldbus Functionality Bench Hook-Up Figure 4-3 illustrates one method of connecting the 475 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. Figure 4-3. Bench Wiring Diagram Example...
  • Page 58 Fieldbus Functionality Field Hook-Up Figure 4-4 illustrates one method of connecting the 475 Field Communicator to a fieldbus segment. The 475 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 59: Displaying The Connected Fieldbus Devices

    4. On the Fieldbus Application main menu, double-tap Online. The Fieldbus Live Device List appears and indicates which device or host is acting as the LAS. The text LAS appears at the top of the window only when the 475 Field Communicator is the LAS. See Figure 4-5.
  • Page 60: Displaying The Device Blocks

    Fieldbus Functionality Displaying the Device Blocks The Block List displays the block tag, block type, and actual mode of the device blocks in the connected device. It also lists an Advanced menu with additional menu options. Consult your device manual or the Fieldbus Foundation for more information on blocks and their functionality.
  • Page 61: Block Modes

    Fieldbus Functionality Block Modes The resource, transducer, and all function blocks in the device have modes of operation. These modes govern the operation of the block. Every block supports both automatic (AUTO) and out of service (OOS) modes. Other types of modes that may also be supported are Cas, RCas, ROut, IMan and LO.
  • Page 62 4-10 Fieldbus Functionality Change Modes Whenever you need to change the parameters or properties of a block, you need to change the mode. A warning message may appear if the mode of any block is included in a list of parameter changes to be sent to a device. To change the block mode: 1.
  • Page 63: Device Blocks

    Fieldbus Functionality 4-11 Device Blocks The Block Menu is a submenu of the Block List and it displays block information for the fieldbus device to which you are connected. The Block Menu is also available from the Advanced option in a device menu. Devices that do not support transducer block menus within the device description have the following selections: All, Process, Status, Other.
  • Page 64 4-12 Fieldbus Functionality To change the values for parameters: 1. Display the parameters for the device. 2. Double-tap the desired parameter. 3. Change the value for the parameter. (Tap HELP to view a description of the parameter.) 4. Tap OK. Repeat these steps for other parameters as necessary. 5.
  • Page 65 • Addresses between 248 and 251 are temporary addresses. Devices without a tag or address appear on the segment at these addresses. • Addresses in the range 252 to 255 are reserved for visitors, such as the 475 Field Communicator.
  • Page 66 5. Double-tap the desired label to view the values. Tap the SAVE button to save this as a text file. Connect your 475 Field Communicator to the Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Utility to transfer this file to a PC. The file appears in the User Data tab.
  • Page 67: Displaying Graphics

    NOTE Some devices restart after a block is instantiated or deleted, causing a loss in communication between the 475 Field Communicator and the device. After the device and 475 Field Communicator resume communication, the Live Device List appears. Displaying Graphics...
  • Page 68: Configuring The Foundation Fieldbus Application

    3. Enter values in the V(FUN) and V(NUN) fields and tap OK. Changing the Slot Time Select the default Slot Time of 8 to allow the devices to be seen on the 475 Field Communicator Live Device List. From the Fieldbus Application Utility main menu, double-tap Utility and then double-tap Link Settings to access the Slot Time menu.
  • Page 69: Running Fieldbus Diagnostics

    - All signal responses from the device were received by the 475 Field Communicator. - One or more signal responses from the device was not received by the 475 Field Communicator. This may be caused by noise on the segment.
  • Page 70: Disconnecting From Afieldbus Device

    4-18 Fieldbus Functionality Figure 4-8. Fieldbus Diagnostics Window Examples DISCONNECTING FROM A Prior to disconnecting or turning off the 475 Field Communicator, check the following items: FIELDBUS DEVICE • Verify methods are complete. • Resolve any un-sent data to the device.
  • Page 71: Overview

    Verify the HART loop current and voltage on the device. Almost all devices need at least 4 mA and 12V DC to operate properly. If there are multiple devices on a multidrop loop, set the 475 Field Communicator to Poll by Address. See “Changing the HART Polling Options” on page 3-15 for more information on polling options.
  • Page 72 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, the device has at least 250 ohms of internal resistance.
  • Page 73 Field system. verify if communication Communicator is not between the devices and the communicating properly. 475 is restored. More than one Field Ensure there is only one Communicator or other Primary Master and one Secondary Master may be Secondary Master on the attached to the control loop.
  • Page 74 Troubleshooting Table 5-2. Troubleshooting Table for the Fieldbus Protocol Symptom Possible Causes Solution No communication The Field Communicator The Field Communicator is unable with device. is connected to a to communicate with this device segment with DeltaV and until you go offline and then back the device on the same online.
  • Page 75: Error And Status Messages

    Installation file is corrupt - error code x. The installation is corrupt. Please call service center to resolve this problem. Press OK to turn off. This Field Communicator is not licensed for Your 475 Field Communicator is not Fieldbus. licensed for F fieldbus OUNDATION OUNDATION functionality.
  • Page 76: Hart Error Messages

    Troubleshooting HART Error Messages Description Hart Application Error... “registry A registry setting in the 475 is corrupted. failure”...Reinstall System Files...See User's From the Field Communicator Main Menu, Manual for details. do the following: 1. Double tap Settings. 2. Double-tap About Field Communicator.
  • Page 77 Device Description Not Installed…The The device description for the connected Device Description for device type x device device is not in the 475 Field rev x is not installed on the System Communicator. If you have the Easy Card…See Programming Interface for Upgrade option, you can add device details on Device Description updates…Do...
  • Page 78: Fieldbus Error Messages

    Insert the lead set connectors into the HART connectors. Please check your fieldbus communication terminals on the connectors. Press OK to retry connecting to top of the 475. The access door shows the segment. Press CANCEL to end the which protocols terminals are exposed. Fieldbus Application.
  • Page 79: Information For Technical Support

    • 475 Field Communicator system software revision. • What is the serial number of the 475 Field Communicator having the communication issue? This is located on the battery label on the back of the Field Communicator. • Manufacturer and model of control system.
  • Page 80 5-10 Troubleshooting...
  • Page 81: Processor And Memory Specifications

    Keypad The keypad consists of the following: • A Power key to turn on and off the 475 or to put it in standby • A Backlight key to adjust the intensity of the light on the screen • Four navigation (arrow) keys to select, open, and back out of menu items •...
  • Page 82: Shock

    The Bluetooth Interface is a licensed option for the 475 Field Communicator. If your 475 is not licensed for Bluetooth, it does not have a Bluetooth radio.To use Bluetooth you need an approved adapter using the Windows Bluetooth software and drivers included with Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 or 3 or Windows Vista Business Service Pack 1.
  • Page 83: Lights

    The battery is nearly fully charged. Amber The battery is charging. Flashing amber The power supply/charger is not connected to the 475 Field Communicator. Flashing amber and red The remaining charge in the battery is low. Charging cannot occur. Contact Technical Support for more information.
  • Page 84: Technical Data

    Technical Data Input voltage 100 - 240 VAC ±10% Input current 750 mA max. Standby current 20 mA max. Input fuse type TES 2A 250 V Timelag Output voltage 1 0 - 8.3 V Output current 1 1000 mA max. Output voltage 2 0 - 9.0 V Output current 2...
  • Page 85: Order Information

    (3) To obtain an Australian Power Cord, order part number 00375-0003-0003. (4) This option should only be considered if the user already has a 375 or 475 Power Supply/Charger. If it is a 375 Power Supply/Charger, it must be the Li-Ion/NiMH version.
  • Page 86: Spare Parts List

    (3) The Easy Upgrade feature allows the user to add System Application Software and device descriptions (DDs) to the 475 for a period of 3 years. To upgrade without this feature, the System Card would have to be sent to a Service Center (fee would apply).
  • Page 87: Overview

    Intrinsically Safe (KL option) 475 Field Communicators also have an additional label opposite the main unit label on the back of the Field Communicator. If the 475 Field Communicator does not contain this label (NA option), then it is considered non-IS approved.
  • Page 88: European Directive Information - Ce Compliance

    ATEX Intrinsic Safety Emerson Process Management complies with the ATEX Directive (94/9/EC). Specific ATEX Directive Information is located within this section and in the 475 Field Communicator Getting Started Guide. Applicable standards EN 60079-0, EN 60079-11, EN 60079-26, and EN 60079-27.
  • Page 89: International Certification

    The following harmonized standards were applied, immunity EN61204-3:2000 RoHS (2002/95/EC) directive WEEE (2002/96/EC) directive Japanese Directives DENAN/PSE LABEL DRAWINGS Figure B-1. All 475 Field Communicators have a similar label to the one below. Label 1-1 ZN:2009 08 50 0 44.0mm 475 Field Communicator Emerson Process Management...
  • Page 90 Figure B-2. Approval Ex Label Example (Only on 475 Field Communicators with the KL option) Label 1-2 ZN:2009 08 51 0 44.0mm II 2 G (1 GD) Ex ia IIC T4 BVS 09 ATEX E 023 CL I, ZONE 0, AEx ia IIC T4 CL I, DIV 1, GP A, B, C, D T4 max amb 50°C...
  • Page 91 Emerson sales representative for information on discarding any part of the 475 Field Communicator. For customers in all other world areas, if it is necessary to discard any part of the 475 Field Communicator, follow the waste-disposal regulations applicable in your location.
  • Page 92: Approval Drawings

    APPROVAL DRAWINGS This approval drawing can also be found on the www.fieldcommunicator.com website.
  • Page 96 B-10...
  • Page 97: Overview

    The HELP key appears if there is help associated with the particular selection. Use the left arrow button on the 475 Field Communicator or the back arrow icon on the window to close the view and return to the previous menu.
  • Page 98: Buttons

    BUTTONS Use the following buttons to modify the appearance of the graphs and charts on your window: Pan - Tap this button, select a point in the chart or graph, and drag to move it back and forth in the window. Area zoom - Tap this button, then tap and drag a point in the chart to create an enlarged box.
  • Page 99: Charts

    • Gauge - Displays a gauge chart, similar to an analog car speedometer. NOTE If a chart is displayed for an extended time period, the 475 Field Communicator will have decreased response time due to the large number of data points in the chart.
  • Page 100 Horizontal Bar Charts A horizontal bar chart formats device data into bars from left to right and varies with time. Use the drop-down list to select the variable you want to highlight. Additional horizontal bars may be present if more than one variable is defined for the option you selected in the drop-down list.
  • Page 101: Graphs

    Gauge Charts A gauge chart formats device data into a view similar to an analog car speedometer and plots device data varying with time. Use the drop-down list to select the variable you want to highlight. Additional gauge needles may be present if more than one variable is defined for the option selected in the drop-down list.
  • Page 103: Glossary

    Bluetooth Bluetooth is a wireless protocol for exchanging data. On the 475 Field Communicator, Bluetooth is a licensed feature that enables wireless communication between the 475 and a PC.
  • Page 104 A licensed feature that lets you use the Field Communicator Easy Upgrade Utility to update the system software and DDs in your 475 Field Communicator. See your sales representative or the Online Licensing feature in the Easy Upgrade Utility for more information on purchasing this license.
  • Page 105 This means the device allows a command to be sent to it that will create (instantiate) additional function or transducer blocks in the device. After instantiation, these blocks operate like any other block in the device. The 475 Field Communicator supports the commands to instantiate and to delete function and transducer blocks in a fieldbus device.
  • Page 106 LAS. Lithium Ion Power Module A Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery used to power the 475 Field Communicator. The battery has a green, 6-pin power supply/charger connector. See Figure 2-1 on page 2-3 for the location of this connector. The battery must be charged by the Field Communicator power supply/charger with the matching green connector.
  • Page 107 Standby A power option that turns off the screen display and parts of the 475 Field Communicator. Use this feature to save battery life or to reduce the boot-up time. The green light on the Power key slowly flashes to indicate the 475 Field Communicator is in standby mode.
  • Page 108 G-vi...
  • Page 109: Index

    ’ ANUAL August 2009 475 F IELD OMMUNICATOR NDEX Symbols Burst Mode 3-10, G-i .hcf files 2-16, 3-6 .rec files 2-15, G-ii Canadian Standards Association B-3 .txt files 2-21, G-v Card Reader G-i Connect 2-19 About Field Communicator 2-12 Supported 2-19...
  • Page 110 Test 2-2, 3-11 Definition G-ii Device Configuration Management G-i Function Device Description Blocks 4-11 Add new 2-19 Key 2-6, 2-8 Definition G-i Icons 3-17, 4-16 Gauge chart C-5 Incompatible 3-17 Graphics G-ii Installed 3-17, 4-16 Buttons C-2 Storage 2-8 Controls C-2 Tested 3-17 Enhanced DDs 3-12, 4-15 Untested 3-17...
  • Page 111 Test 3-11 Polling 3-15, 4-16, G-iv Troubleshooting 5-1 Power key Lower range value 3-9 Disabled 2-17, 2-21 Functionality 2-7 Turn on 475 2-11 Maintenance 2-23 Power Management Timers 2-14 Manufacturing locations B-1 Power Module Maximize Power Savings 2-14 Definition G-iv...
  • Page 112 Text 2-22 Scaled D/A trim 3-11 Access 3-11 Schedule I/O Block 4-14 Alphanumeric 3-11 Scope chart C-3 Device 3-13, 4-13, C-1 ScratchPad Filter 3-4 Application 2-7 HART G-iii New 2-21 Polling 3-15 Opening 2-21 Temperature A-1 Saving text 2-22 Terminals 2-6, 3-6, 4-4, A-2 Screen.
  • Page 114 Eden Prairie, MN 55344 USA -improve the designs or specifications of our products at any time without notice. All rights reserved. The Emerson logo is a trademark and service mark of Emerson Electric Co. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.

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