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6/9/2020 AADvance, 1715, and HART protocol

AADvance, 1715, and HART protocol

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Do AADvance and 1715 redundant I/O support HART protocol?

How do I communicate to HART devices through the system?

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Two stages of HART implementation have been made in AADvance.

Release 1.2 analog input modules in AADvance can be enabled to collect HART command 3 automatically and
present the data in a structure variable. The data includes the milliamp current that the device is sending, the
equivalent engineering value with its units, and three other numbers/measurements and their units, which will
be device specific. It also has a Boolean communications status (true=OK) and a byte of device status
(working/failed etc.). This basic data is enough for a diagnostic comparison with current measurements for
calibration checks, but it should never be used for safety related logic.

Release 1.2:

9431 firmware build 6 to 11 and 13. Hardware build I or later is recommended.

9432 firmware build 6 to 11 and 13. Hardware build F or later is recommended.

Analog outputs were not released with release 1.2.

9110 Processor firmware build 15 or later.

Release 1.3 analog input and output modules can also provide HART Pass through. This allows a HART asset
management system to communicate through a Device Type Manager (DTM) to AADvance, and address one

HART device at a time. When a device is addressed through HART Pass through, the basic HART is disabled. The Top

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DTM acts like an OPC server, talking to the AADvance processor through a proprietary protocol and providing a
tree of HART devices. HART Pass through has been tested with Rockwell Automation’s Asset Manager and
Honeywell Experion.

9431 firmware build 12 (not 13) or later. Hardware build I or later is required.

9432 firmware build 12 (not 13) or later. Hardware build F or later is required.

9481 firmware build 11 or later. Hardware build E or later is required.

9482 firmware build 11 or later. Hardware build H or later is required.

9110 Processor firmware build 19 or later.

For more information, refer to the document 553633 Configuration Guide chapter 5 page 24.

1715 redundant I/O HART capabilities are enabled starting with revision 3.001 (for AENTR and IO).

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