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OneWireless
OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter
User Manual
34-XY-25-40
Revision 2
July 2011

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    OneWireless OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter User Manual 34-XY-25-40 Revision 2 July 2011...

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    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.

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    People’s Republic of China Contact: Honeywell Global TAC – China Phone: +86- 21-5257-4568 Mail: Honeywell (China) Co., Ltd 33/F, Tower A, City Center, 100 Zunyi Rd. Shanghai 200051, People’s Republic of China Email: Global-TAC-China@honeywell.com OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

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    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. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

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    The alert sign must be used when a restriction on use (output power limit by a country at certain frequencies) applies to the equipment and must follow the CE marking. OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

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    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....................6 FCC compliance statements ..........................

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    Replacing the battery........................28 When to replace ..............................28 Tools required ..............................28 Procedure................................28 CERTIFICATION INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS......... 31 Certification Drawings ........................31 REFERENCE DATA .................... 33 Product Specifications .......................33 Operating Conditions............................33 Specifications ...............................33 Physical Specifications ............................34 Certifications.................................35 Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

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    Figure 3-8 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE PASSIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION WITH RESISTOR .......15 Figure 3-9 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE ACTIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION ............15 Figure 3-10 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE ACTIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION WITH NO 4-20 mA LOOP...16 Figure 3-11 OWA 100 – AS A ROUTER, NO WIRED DEVICE ..............16 Figure 3-12 REMOTE INSTALLATION .......................17...

  • Page 11: Introduction

    Electrical shock could cause death or serious injury. • Use extreme caution when making contact with the leads and terminals. 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

    About the OWA 100 OneWireless Adapter  The OneWireless Adapet (OWA 100) 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

    Latvia Belgium Liechtenstein Bulgaria Lithuania Cyprus Malta Czech Republic Netherlands Denmark Norway Estonia Poland Finland Portugal France Romania Germany Slovakia Greece Slovenia Hungary Spain Iceland Sweden Ireland Switzerland Italy United Kingdom Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

  • Page 14: Certifications And Approvals

    Ambient Temperature: –40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +70°C Enclosure: IP66 DEKRA- Non Sparking Ex nA IIB T4, Gc Zone 22, Ex tb IIIC T90°C IP66, Dc, Ambient Temperature: –40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C Enclosure: IP66 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 15: Provisioning Device

    II 3 G Ex nA IIB T4 II 3 D Ex tb IIIC T90°C IP66 Ambient Temperature: –40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C Enclosure: IP66 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 ...

  • Page 16: Agency Compliance Information

    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. European Union Conformity The OWA100 Wireless Transmitters are in conformity with the applicable portions of the ETSI standards as required by the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC.

  • 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. Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual...

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    2. Specifications 2.4. Honeywell European (CE) Declaration of Conformity (DoC) OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 19: Iecex Conditions Of Certification

    Category II 1 G (Zone 0) Gb according to EN 60079-0. Therefore when it is used within a potentially explosive atmosphere, appropriate measures must be taken to prevent electrostatic discharge. Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

  • Page 20: Configuration

    Warnings WARNING – POTENTIAL ELECTROSTATIC CHARGING HAZARD The OWA 100 OneWireless Adaptor enclosure is non-conductive Lexan, EXL9330 Polycarbonate and may generate an ignition-capable level of electrostatic charge under certain extreme conditions. The user should ensure that the equipment is...

  • Page 21: Installation

    (See Note). To reorient the antenna of the adapter loosen the jam nut (Turn larger hex nut CC when looking at the front of the OWA 100 Adapter) and rotate the unit to the desired antenna location then retighten the jam nut to 9 N.m /7lb-foot.

  • Page 22: Dimensions

    3. Configuration 3.2. Installation Dimensions Figure 3-3 Dimensions Figure 3-4 System Wiring Diagram OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 23: Connecting To Network

    The OWA 100 Adapter contains the electronics interface compatible for connecting to the OneWireless network. An operator uses the OneWireless 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 24: Figure 3-6 Owa 100 - Two-wire Configuration With Resistor

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Figure 3-6 OWA 100 – TWO-WIRE CONFIGURATION WITH RESISTOR 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.

  • Page 25: Figure 3-8 Owa 100 - 4-wire Passive Device Configuration With Resistor

    It is important to verify if the wired device is operating in the active or passive mode. Figure 3-8 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE PASSIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION WITH RESISTOR NOTE: An active loop exists when the wired device is supplying power to the 4-20mA loop.

  • Page 26: Figure 3-10 Owa 100 - 4-wire Active Device Configuration With No 4-20 Ma Loop

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Figure 3-10 OWA 100 – 4-WIRE ACTIVE DEVICE CONFIGURATION WITH NO 4-20 mA LOOP Figure 3-11 OWA 100 – AS A ROUTER, NO WIRED DEVICE OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 27: Figure 3-12 Remote Installation

    3. Configuration 3.4. Configuration Figure 3-12 REMOTE INSTALLATION Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

  • Page 28: Operation

    HART WORKING JOINING Red – Green NO HART JOINED Green – Green HART WORKING JOINED Table 1 OWA 100 Adapter Display Modes OWA Status Definition What to do No LEDs No Power Replace battery.  Check wiring between HART device...

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     Check if WDM is active and if the OWA shows up in the list of devices. JOINED OWA has made a secure Normal Operation. connection with the network and has entered normal operation mode. Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

  • Page 30: 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 31: Security And Node Deployment

     clear all security keys from the PDA,  clear the OWA 100 Adapter’s key and reset its configuration to factory default (such as for decommissioning). Figure 4-2 Security and Node Deployment Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual...

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    When the Provisioning Device has valid unexpired keys, aim it at the Infrared port of the OWA 100 Adapter and transmit a key to the OWA 100 Adapter. If the unit already has a key, first tap the Reset Device button and wait for the unit to reset and restart.

  • Page 33: Device Local Configuration

    4. Operation 4.2. Provisioning device menus Device Local Configuration This display is not operative on the OWA 100 Adapter and is shown here for reference only. Figure 4-3 Device Local Configuration screen Table 2 Buttons for Device Local Configuration Button Function ...

  • Page 34: Read Node Information

    4. Operation 4.2. Provisioning device menus Read Node Information Use this to read the OWA 100 Adapter’s information shown in Figure 4-4. Figure 4-4 Read Node Information Table 3 Read Node Information Item Description Tag Name: The name given to this transmitter...

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    Joining – The device is negotiating the parameters of the wireless connection. Joined – A secure connection is formed with the network. The second line contains detailed state information useful for problem reporting. Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

  • Page 36: Advanced Options

    4. Operation 4.2. Provisioning device menus Advanced Options Advanced options are non-typical configuration commands. Figure 4-5 Advanced Options OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 37: Table 4 Advanced Options

    4. Operation 4.2. Provisioning device menus Table 4 Advanced Options Item Description Read TX Power Level Reads the transmission power level of the transmitter radio. Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

  • Page 38: Maintenance/repair

    Replacing the battery When to replace When the Wireless System diagnostics for the OWA 100 Adapter shows a “Low Battery” message, you have 2-4 weeks to replace the battery beforeit expires. When the battery is removed or expired, all OWA 100 data is retained in the OWA 100 non-volatile memory.

  • Page 39: 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.

  • Page 40: 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 41: Certification Installation Requirements

    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. Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

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    OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 43: Reference Data

    Antenna Integral – 2.5 dBi omnidirectional monopole OWA 100 Adapter to FDAP: Nominal 305 m (1,000 feet) with a clear line of sight Signal Range* Two OWA's both having TX Power set to 14 dBm with a clear line of site nominal signal range is 240 m (790ft.)

  • Page 44: Physical Specifications

    An optional Remote Mounting Kit is available. Molded Lexan Polycarbonate V0 Rating and UV Stable. Housing Meets NEMA 4X (hosedown and corrosion resistant), IP 66 (dust/tight/hosedown). See Specification sheet. Dimensions Approximately 1.0lb/(0.45Kg) Net Weight OWA 100 Adapter User Manual Rev. 2 July 2011...

  • Page 45: Certifications

    Ambient Temperature: –40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +70°C Enclosure: IP66 Non Sparking II 3 G Ex nA IIB T4 II 3 D Ex tb IIIC T90°C IP66 Ambient Temperature: –40°C ≤ Ta ≤ +85°C Enclosure: IP66 Rev. 2 OWA 100 Adapter User Manual July 2011...

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