Field Communicator 475HP1EKL9GM9 with Power Supply & Charger
The 475 Field Communicator is designed to simplify your work in the field. The intuitive full color user interface allows you to leverage the same practices for both HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus devices. It includes a larger touch screen than PDAs or Pocket PCs, supports HART versions 5, 6, and 7 (including WirelessHART) devices, and allows you to upgrade your 475 Field Communicator onsite using the Internet.
- Full-color graphical user interface supports graphs, charts, gauges, and pictures for quicker diagnosis
- Gain powerful device diagnostics in the field to enable troubleshooting
- Efficiently and consistently manage configurations through easy transfer between the communicator and your PC
- Long-lasting Lithium-Ion power module delivers days – not hours – of power
- Universal support for HART, WirelessHART, and FOUNDATION fieldbus devices
- Easy Upgrade delivers the ability to keep your system software and device drivers updated through the web
- Bluetooth communication speeds transfer of information. See list of countries with Bluetooth approvals.
- Host System Interoperability gives you flexibility
The touch screen display uses transflective technology, making it easy to read in both bright sunlight and normal lighting. To make sure all conditions are covered, a multi-level backlight is included, allowing bright, crisp display even in plant areas with dim light.
The touch screen display and large physical navigation buttons provide for efficient use both on the bench and in the field. The full color graphics capability is provided as standard with every 475 Field Communicator. It uses powerful EDDL technology to allow you to read data from field devices in a graphical manner. Charts, graphs, gauges, and product images are just a few of the ways in which important device data can be displayed using the 475 Field Communicator’s color LCD display. The weight of the 475 Field Communicator is evenly distributed for comfortable one-handed operation in the field. It runs on Windows CE, a robust, real-time operating system. The 475 Field Communicator has plenty of memory to allow for future expansion. It has 32 MB of application memory and 1 GB of memory on its System Card.
The 475 Field Communicator is user upgradeable via the Internet. Avoid the time delays of sending your communicator to a service center for upgrades. With the Easy Upgrade option, you can download new device drivers, functionality, or licenses directly to your 475 Field Communicator. Keeping your 475 Field Communicator updated is easy.
New HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus devices, as well as functional updates to existing devices, are introduced continually by device vendors. Keeping up-to-date with the required Device Descriptions (DDs) for all the devices in your plant can be a real challenge. With Easy Upgrade, when new HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus DDs become available, you can simply download them from the Internet and upgrade your 475 Field Communicator. Update at your site, within your control, when it’s convenient for you.
|Processor and Memory|
|Microprocessor||80 MHz Hitachi® SH3|
|Memory Internal Flash||32 MB|
|System Card||1 GB secure digital card|
|Weight||0.75 kg (Approx)|
|Display||1/4 VGA (240 by 320 pixels) color, 3.5 in. (8.9 cm) transflective display with touch screen|
|Power Supply / Charger|
|Battery||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion power module|
|Battery Operating Time||
20 hours – continuous use
|HART and Fieldbus||Three 4mm banana plugs (one common to HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus)|
|IrDA Port||IrDA (Infrared Data Access) port supporting up to 115 Kbps|
|± 15 degrees angle from center line|
|Approximately 18 in. (45.7 cm) recommended maximum distance|
|Bluetooth||Up to 32.8 ft. (10 m) communication distance|
|Uses standard Windows drivers|
|FCC, IC, and CE approvals|
|Usage||-10°C (14°F) to +50°C (122°F)|
|0% to 95% RH (non-condensing) for 0° C (32° F ) to +50° C (122° F )|
|Charge||10° C (50° F ) to +40° C (104° F )|
|Storage With Batteries||-20° C (-4° F ) to +55° C (131° F )|
|Storage Without Batteries||-20° C (-4° F ) to +60° C (140° F )|
|Enclosure Rating||IP51 (from front) Shock|
|Shock||Tested to survive a 1-meter drop test onto concrete|