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HARTr Field Device Specification
Fisherr FIELDVUE™ DVC6000 and DVC6200 HW1
Digital Valve Controllers
HART Revision
Device Type
HART 5
03
Device Revision Firmware Revision
1
2, 3, 4, 5, 6
2
7, 9, 10*, 11*
* Also applicable to DVC6200 HW1, Device Revision 2, Firmware 10 & 11
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Purpose of this document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Abbreviations and definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Reference Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Device Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Product Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Control Valve Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Host interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Touch-Up Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Internal Jumpers And Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Write Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Firmware Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Dynamic Variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Device Variables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Status Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Device Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Universal Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Common­Practice Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Supported Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Device-Specific Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Burst Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Catch Device Variable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Annex A Compatibility Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Annex B DVC6000 Parameters as part of a
Rosemountr 1410/1420 WirelessHARTr
Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Note
This document does not include the DVC6000 AC product (Device Type 1307) which only supports Device Specific HART
Commands and not Universal or Common Practice Commands.
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Introduction
Product Overview
The FIELDVUE DVC6000 digital valve controller is designed to control the pneumatic actuator of a process control
valve. It receives a current signal from a host and uses instrument air supply to create a metered pressure output signal
to the pneumatic actuator. Movement of the actuator as it positions the process control valve is measured by the
DVC6000 travel sensor as its primary feedback. The name plate is located on the bottom side of the DVC6000 master
module assembly and indicates the model name, individual product serial number, and any applicable third party
approvals.
Purpose of this document
This specification is designed to be a technical reference for HART capable host application developers, system
integrators and knowledgeable end-users. It also provides functional specifications (e.g., commands, enumerations
and performance requirements) used during field device development, maintenance and testing. This document
assumes the reader is familiar with HART Protocol requirements and terminology. Additional product information is
available in DVC6000 product literature, available from Emerson Process Management.
Abbreviations and definitions
AR
Alert Record
Configuration
Variables
Variables which represent nonvolatile values of manufacturing­initialized data or user­specified
configuration information. These variables cannot be enumerated via Command 54 and as such
stand on their own with no associated units or range information.
Device Variable
Measured variables that are exposed to HART and can be enumerated using Command 54.
Generally there are variables whose ID is in the range of 0 to 10 and are associated with units
codes, status, and range values.
Enumeration
A pre-defined set of values or text.
MV
Measured Variable, a physical input to the instrument.
NV
Named Variable – a logical point inside the device, hard­mapped to a given MV as the source of
NV data.
Point
A term that applies to diagnostic data packets. It is defined as a collection of periodically sampled
variables captured at a single instant in time. It does not include the “Monitor” point.
PS1
The PORT A output pressure which increases with increasing drive signal.
PS2
The PORT B output pressure which decreases with increasing drive signal.
PST
Partial Stroke Test, a limited form of ramped valve diagnostic.
Byte
An 8­bit unsigned integer.
Word
A 16­bit unsigned integer.
Float
Refers to the IEEE 754 floating point format.
Packed ASCII
A special form of characters defined by HART in which 6­bit ASCII characters are packed into byte
data.
Standard Span
Format
A proprietary 16­bit integer format for numerical values used by some of this device’s Device
Specific commands.
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Reference Documentation
HART Smart Communications Protocol Specification Revision 5; a group of documents specifying the HART
Communication Protocol, physical layers, and Data Link Layers as defined by the HART Communications Foundation.
DVC6000
Bulletin 62.1:DVC6000 Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller (D102758X012)
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controllers Quick Start Guide (D102762X012)
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller Instruction Manual (D102794X012)
DVC6000 SIS
Bulletin 62.1:DVC6000 SIS Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 Digital Valve Controller (D102784X012)
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 SIS Digital Valve Controllers Quick Start Guide (D103307X012)
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6000 SIS Digital Valve Controller Instruction Manual (D103230X012)
DVC6200 HW1
Bulletin 62.1:DVC6200 Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6200 Digital Valve Controller (D103415X012)
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6200 Series Digital Valve Controllers Quick Start Guide (D103556X012)
Fisher FIELDVUE DVC6200 HW1 Digital Valve Controller Instruction Manual (D103409X012)
Device Identification
Manufacturer Name
Fisher Controls
Model Name(s)
DVC6000
Manufacture ID Code
19
Device Type Code
03
HART Protocol Revision
5
Device Revision
1 or 2
User Selectable HART Revision
between HART 5 and HART 7
No
Number of Device Variables
12
Physical Layers Supported
FSK
Physical Device Category
Valve Positioner
(13 Hex)
(03 Hex)
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Product Interfaces
Control Valve Interface
The DVC6000 digital valve controller is mechanically attached to the valve’s actuator by means of a mounting bracket.
The control valve's position is conveyed to the travel sensor of the DVC6000 digital valve controller by means of the
feedback bracket attached to the actuator’s stem and the rotating travel sensor.
MOUNTING BRACKET
CAP SCREW,
FLANGED
MOUNTING
ADAPTER
CAP SCREW,
HEX SOCKET
MACHINE
SCREW
MOUNTING
BRACKET
BIAS
SPRING
CAP SCREW,
HEX HEAD
ARM
ASSEMBLY PIN
SHIELD
ADJUSTMENT ARM
ARM
ASSEMBLY
CONNECTOR ARM
CAP SCREW
FEEDBACK ARM
TORSION SPRING
A7024 ‐2
FEEDBACK
ARM ASSEMBLY
PLAIN WASHER
29B1674‐A
Pneumatic tubing connected to the DVC6000 brings instrument supply air to the DVC6000 and takes controlled
output air from the DVC6000 to the actuator. Pressure sensors in the DVC6000 measure these pressure signals and
present them as device variables.
Host interface
The input to the DVC6000 can either be two­wire 4­to­20 mA current loop (in point­to­point mode) or 24 VDC (in
multi­drop mode). This input is connected in the DVC6000’s terminal box on two terminals marked “LOOP +” and
“LOOP ­”. Refer to the DVC6000 quick start guide for connection details.
Touch-Up Calibration
Shorting of the AUX terminals in the terminal box provides a quick means to autocalibrate the travel of the instrument.
The terminals must be shorted for 3 to 5 seconds. Autocalibration will move the valve through the full range of travel
whether the Instrument Mode is In Service or Out of Service. However, if the Write Protection is Protected, this button
will not be active. To abort, press the button again for 1 second. The calibration function of the AUX terminals is
disabled by default.
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Internal Jumpers And Switches
The input to the DVC6000 is determined by the Pt­Pt/Multi­Drop switch on the printed wiring board.
DIP
SWITCH
UP = MULTIDROP
DOWN = PT-PT
LOOP+
LOOP-
39B3399‐B Sheet 2
Refer to the DVC6000 instruction manual for additional details on the settings of the selection switches.
Write Protection
There are two Write Protection states for the DVC6000: Not Protected or Protected. Protected prevents configuration
and calibration changes to the instrument. The default setting is Not Protected. Protection is controlled under
software control. Write Protection can be enabled remotely. However, to disable Write Protection to Not Protected,
you must have physical access to the instrument. The procedure will require you to short the AUX terminals inside the
terminal box when directed by the software as a security measure.
Firmware Upgrade
The firmware of any DVC6000 printed wiring board assembly can be upgraded to the latest firmware version using the
“Firmware Download” tool in ValveLink™ software. The new firmware incorporates all of the new functionality and
corrections and improvements made to the technology of the DVC6000 product.
The firmware download process requires:
D Around 30 minutes to complete
D The DVC6000's instrument mode must be “Out of Service”
D The DVC6000 is powered with 12 mA or greater
D That you isolate the valve from the process and equalize pressure on both sides of the valve or bleed off the
process fluid because the routine will cause the DVC6000 to restart.
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Dynamic Variables
Four Dynamic Variables are implemented.
PV
SV
TV
FV
Default Meaning
Analog Input
Travel Setpoint
Pressure
Travel
Units
mA, %
%
PSI, BAR, KPA
%
TV pressure variables are user selectable via Command 51 to any of the following variables. Variable selections are
listed below:
Variable
Pressure Port A
Pressure Port B
Pressure A – B
Supply Pressure
Units
PSI, BAR, KPA
PSI, BAR, KPA
PSI, BAR, KPA
PSI, BAR, KPA
Device Variables
These variables represent measurements taken by the device, are read only values, and are all in float format. These
can be read with Commands 33 and 54.
Variable ID
Meaning
0
Analog Input
1
Auxiliary Contact Status (0% = Open, 100% = Shorted)
2
Pressure Port A
3
Travel
4
Drive Signal
5
Pressure Port B
6
Travel Setpoint
7
Differential Pressure (Port A – Port B)
8
Supply Pressure*
9
Implied Valve Position (Travel Target)
10
Primary Feedback (user selected, either Travel or Pressure)
211
Temperature
* Not available with HC diagnostic level
Unit Codes
Variable Units Code
0
6
7
10 ($0A)
12 ($0C)
32 ($20)
33 ($21)
39 ($27)
57 ($39)
6
Units
No Units
Pounds per square inch, psi
Bar
Kilograms per square
centimeter, kg/cm2
Kilopascals, kPa
Celsius, _C
Fahrenheit, _F
Milliamps, mA
Percent, %
Units
mA, %
%
PSI, BAR, KPA
%
%
PSI, BAR, KPA
%
PSI, BAR, KPA
PSI, BAR, KPA
%
%
_C or _F
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Status Information
Device Status
The Field Device Status Byte is the only status byte defined in the HART protocol. The order and meaning of each of the
eight bits within the byte are fixed by the protocol. This byte is one of the status bytes included with each HART
response. It is not part of the Command 48 data.
Bit
Name of Status Bit
Meaning
Field Device Malfunction
Set / cleared by the firmware based on self test results. This bit is set if the
pressure, position or temperature sensors provide invalid readings.
6
Configuration Changed
Two such bits exist internally, one for each HART master. Both copies are set
when any variable, HART message, tag, descriptor or date are changed from
HART. Cleared by command 38, separately for each master. This bit survives
loss of power.
5
Cold Start
Set by the firmware whenever a RESET sequence is executed or at initial device
power up. Cleared by the first HART command.
4
More Status
Active when any bit in command 48 is active.
3
Analog Input Fixed
Active if the Instrument Mode of the DVC6000 is in the “Out Of Service”
condition or if the Control Mode of the DVC6000 is in one of the digital set
point modes.
2
Not Used
7
1
Internal Sensor Out of Limits
(This bit is named “Non­Primary Variable Out Of Limits” in the HART
documentation for transmitters. It has been renamed to reflect the fact that
these variables are INTERNAL INPUTS to FIELDVUE products). The firmware sets
this bit when any sensor (pressure, position, temperature) exceeds its operating
limits.
0
Loop Current Out of Range
Set when any variable 0 (Analog Input) is saturated.
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Universal Commands
The DVC6000 field device implements all HART Revision 5 Universal Commands.
Command 0: Read Unique Identifier
Command 1: Read Primary Variable
Command 2: Read P.V. Current and Percent of Range
Command 3: Read Dynamic Variables and P.V. Current
Command 6: Write Polling Address
Command 11: Read Unique Identifier Associated with Tag
Command 12: Read Message
Command 13: Read Tag, Descriptor, Date
Command 14: Read Primary Variable Transducer Information
Command 15: Read Primary Variable Output Information
Command 16: Read Final Assembly Number
Command 17: Write Message
Command 18: Write Tag, Descriptor, Date
Command 19: Write Final Assembly Number
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Command 0: Read Unique Identifiers
Byte
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Description
Format
Value
none
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Code
Data type expansion code
Manufacturer identification code
Manufacturer’s Device Type code
Number of preambles
Universal command revision
Device revision
Software revision
Hardware revision
Device function flags
Device Identification number
Byte, hex
Byte, hex
Byte, hex
Byte, hex
Byte, hex
Byte, hex
Byte, unsigned integer
Byte, unsigned integer
Not Used
3 Bytes, hex
Description
$FE
$13
$03
$05
$05
See table 1 below
See table 1 below
$08
$00
none
Table 1. Device and Software Revision
Device Revision
$01
$02
Software Revision
$02
$03
$04
$05
$06
$07
$09
$0A
$0B
Description
Firmware Revision 2
Firmware Revision 3
Firmware Revision 4
Firmware Revision 5
Firmware Revision 6
Firmware Revision 7
Firmware Revision 9
Firmware Revision 10
Firmware Revision 11
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Command 1: Read Primary Variable
This command reads the value of the DVC6000’s Primary Variable, which is Analog Input (loop current). The units are
either “mA” or “%” as configured in the device by Command 44.
Byte
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Format
Description
none
0
1­4
Code
Byte, hex
Float
Class
Primary Variable Unit Code, either 39 (mA) or 57(%)
Primary Variable value
Description
none
Command 2: Read Primary Variable and Percent of Range
This command reads the value of the DVC6000’s loop current in implied units of “mA” (regardless of the configured
setting by Command #44) and the measured Valve Travel in implied units of “%”.
Byte
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
10
Format
Description
Float
Float
Class
Loop Current
Valve Travel
Description
none
0­3
4­7
Code
none
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Command 3: Read Dynamic Variables and Loop Current
This command is used to read the value of Loop Current and the four Dynamic Variables. The four dynamic variables
returned depend upon the variable assignment as defined by Command 51 and read back via Command 50.
The default Dynamic Variable assignment and the Variable Units Codes are shown on page 6.
Byte
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Format
Description
none
0­3
4
5­8
9
10­13
14
15­18
19
20­23
Code
Float
Byte, hex
Float
Byte, hex
Float
Byte, hex
Float
Byte, hex
Float
Class
8
Loop Current (implied units of “mA”)
Primary Variable (PV) units code
Primary Variable (PV) value
Secondary Variable (SV) units code
Secondary Variable (SV) value
Tertiary Variable (TV) units code
Tertiary Variable (TV) value
Fourth Variable (FV or QV) units code
Fourth Variable (FV or QV) value
Description
Warning – Value read invalid (one of the variables is out of range)
Command 14: Read Primary Variable Transducer Information
The transducer limits reported in this command indicate that these values are set to “Not Used”
Note
The Transducer Serial Number is not applicable to the DVC6000 and is set to “0”. The other parameters will be set to “0x7F”,
“0xA0”, “0x00”, or “250” Not Used , when they are not applicable.
Byte
Request
Data bytes
Format
Description
Returned Value
UINT24
Transducer Serial Number
000000
3
Enum
Transducer Limits and Minimum Span Units Code
250 (Not Used)
4­7
Float
Upper Transducer Limit
7FA00000 (Not A Number NAN)
8­11
Float
Lower Transducer Limit
7FA00000 (Not A Number NAN)
12­15
Code
Float
Class
Minimum Span
Description
7FA00000 (Not A Number NAN)
None
0­2
Response
Data
Bytes
Response
Codes
None
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Command 15: Read Primary Variable Output Information
This command returns the upper/lower range values for the primary variable which is defined to be the loop current
signal. These are the loop current values for the ends of physical travel, and are used to derive set point from the loop
current. It reports the range supplied in Command 35.
For example, the lower range, for an increase to open valve, will be the current which will produce a 0% set point.
However, for an increase to close valve, the lower range will be the loop current for a 100% set point.
The range values can be changed via Command 35.
The DVC6000 assumes 0% = 4mA and 100% = 20mA.
Byte
Request
Data bytes
Format
Description
Returned Value
Enum
PV Alarm Selection Code (see Common Table 6, Alarm
Selection Codes). The Alarm Selection Code indicates the
action taken by the device under error conditions. For
Actuators, the action taken by the positioner is indicated.
250 (Not Used)
1
Enum
PV Transfer Function Code (see Common Table 3, Transfer
Function Codes). The Transfer Function Code must return
“0”, Linear, if transfer functions are not supported by the
device.
250 (Not Used)
2
Enum
AI Upper and Lower Range Values Units Code, as supplied
in command 35.
From CMD 35
3-6
Float
AI Upper Range Value
From CMD 35
7-10
Float
AI Lower Range Value
From CMD 35
11­14
Float
PV Damping Value (units of seconds)
15
Enum
Write Protect Code (0=Disabled, 1=Enabled)
16
Code
Enum
Class
Reserved. Must be set to “250”, Not Used.
Description
None
0
Response
Data
Bytes
Response
Codes
12
None
0.0
0 or 1
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Common­Practice Commands
The DVC6000 field device supports the following common practice commands:
Supported Commands
Command 33: Read Device Variables
Command 35: Write Primary Variable Range Values
Command 38: Reset Configuration Change Flag
Command 42: Master Reset
Command 44: Change Primary Variable Units Code
Command 48: Read Additional Status
Command 50: Read Dynamic Variable Assignments
Command 51: Write Dynamic Variable Assignments
Command 54: Read Device Variable Information
Command 108: Write Burst Mode Command Number
Command 109: Burst Control Mode
Command 33: Read Device Variables
This command is used to read the value of up to four selected Device Variables.
The Device Variables and the Variable Units Code are listed on page 6.
Note: If any one of the requested variable IDs is invalid, the INVALID_SELECTION error will be returned along with no
data bytes.
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Byte
0
1
2
3
0
1
2­5
6
7
8­11
12
13
14­17
18
19
20­23
Code
2
Format
Variable ID
Variable ID
Variable ID
Variable ID
Variable ID
Byte, hex
Float
Variable ID
Byte, hex
Float
Variable ID
Byte, hex
Float
Variable ID
Byte, hex
Float
Class
Description
Variable assigned to slot #0
Variable assigned to slot #1
Variable assigned to slot #2
Variable assigned to slot #3
Variable assigned to slot #0
Slot #0 Variable units code
Slot #0 Variable value
Variable assigned to slot #1
Slot #1 Variable units code
Slot #1 Variable value
Variable assigned to slot #2
Slot #2 Variable units code
Slot #2 Variable value
Variable assigned to slot #3
Slot #3 Variable units code
Slot #3 Variable value
Description
Allowable choices
See Device Variables on page 6
See Device Variables on page 6
See Device Variables on page 6
See Device Variables on page 6
Invalid selection – Invalid Variable ID (see note above)
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Command 35: Write Primary Variable Range Values
In the DVC6000, the Primary Variable is defined to be the Analog Input (loop current).
This command is used to write the ranging values reported in Command 15. It controls how the DVC6000 interprets
the loop current when creating the Travel Target. The upper range must be greater than the lower range.
This command does not do units conversion, but requires that the units code supplied match the PV units configured
in the device as set by Command 44.
If the range values are in percent, then they are assumed to be percent of 4­20 mA. For example, to range an increase
to open unit from 8 mA to 16 mA, but using percent range numbers, specify lower_range = 25% and upper_range =
75%.
This ranging is done in conjunction with the zero power condition. For an Increase to Open valve, the lower range is
the 0% setpoint level (valve plug in the valve seat), while the upper range is the 100% setpoint level. An Increase to
Close valve is exactly opposite.
This command will be accepted when the DVC6000’s Instrument Mode is In Service but will be rejected if Write
Protection is in effect.
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Byte
0
1­4
5­8
0
1­4
5­8
Code
2
7
16
32
Format
UINT8
Float
Float
UINT8
Float
Float
Class
Description
Allowable choices
Upper and Lower Range Values Unit Code
Unit Code 39 (mA) or 57(%)
Primary Variable Upper Range Value
Primary Variable Lower Range Value
Upper and Lower Range Values Unit Code
Unit Code 39 (mA) or 57(%)
Primary Variable Upper Range Value
Primary Variable Lower Range Value
Description
Invalid selection ­ Units code did not match configured units
In Write Protect Mode
Access Restricted ­ other master has access locked.
Busy
Command 38: Reset Configuration Change Flag
Resets the configuration changed flag in the DVC6000.
The DVC6000 contains two configuration changed bits, one for each master. Both bits are set when any write
operation occurs. This command clears the bit corresponding to the master sending this command, leaving the other
bit unmodified. Any write to the DVC6000 other than digital setpoint values and write protect status will cause the
configuration change flag to be set.
Byte
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
14
Description
Class
Description
none
none
Code
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Format
none
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Command 42: Perform Master Reset
This reset command has two options. If no data bytes are supplied, respond immediately and then perform a “warm”
reset. This is not equivalent to power up in that restart modes and default IVP are not adopted and the real­time clock
is not reset. All other data is read from nonvolatile memory and put into effect. The second option is hard reset. This
requires two data bytes set as described below. If this form is received, the unit will save modes and counters, then
execute a hard reset by exercising the watchdog timer. The next response will have the “cold_start” bit set.
A “soft reset” command will be honored while the DVC6000 Instrument Mode is in the “In Service” condition.
A “hard reset” command requires the DVC6000 Instrument Mode be in the “Out­of­Service” condition.
Byte
Format
Description
Request
Data
bytes
0­1
Uint16
[Optional] If hex 0x6969 is supplied as request data bytes, a hard
reset is performed. Otherwise a soft reset is performed.
Response
Data
Bytes
None
Code
Class
Description
16
Error
Access Restricted
Command­
specific
Response
Codes
Command 44: Change Primary Variable Units Code
This command is issued to change the units of the Primary Variable, which is defined in the DVC6000 as the Analog
Input (loop current). The choices for units are Percent (code 57) or Milliamps (code 39). This command should be sent
prior to a Command 35 which sets the upper and lower Primary Variable range values.
In addition to changing the units code, execution of this command will also change the DVC6000’s Analog Input
Upper and Lower Range values to reflect the new units (For example: When the DVC6000’s Analog Input is configured
as “4­20 mA” and Command 44 with request Data Byte 57 is executed, the DVC6000’s Analog Input units and range
values will change to “0­100%”. Likewise When the DVC6000’s Analog Input is configured as “0­100%” and Command
44 with request Data Byte 39 is executed, the DVC6000’s Analog Input units and range values will change to “4­20
mA”.).
This command will be accepted when the DVC6000’s Instrument Mode is In Service, but will be rejected if Write
Protection is in effect.
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Byte
Format
Description
Allowable choices
0
UINT8
Primary Variable Units Code
Unit Code 39 (mA) or 57(%)
0
UINT8
Primary Variable Units Code
Unit Code 39 (mA) or 57(%)
Code
Class
Description
2
Invalid selection ­ Units code did not match configured units
7
In Write Protect Mode
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Byte
Request
Data
bytes
Response
Data
Bytes
16
Format
0
Description
None
0
Uint8
Command 48 Response Byte 0
1
Uint8
Command 48 Response Byte 1
2
Uint8
Command 48 Response Byte 2
3
Uint8
Command 48 Response Byte 3
4
Uint8
Command 48 Response Byte 4
5
Uint8
Command 48 Response Byte 5
6
Uint8
Operating Mode
7
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Additional Device Status— DVC6000 Device Revision 1, Firmware 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Command 48 returns 8 bytes of data, with the following status information:
Byte
0
1
Bit
7
Flash Integrity Failure
1,2
6
No Free Time
1,2
5
Reference Voltage Failure
1,2
4
Drive Current Failure
1,2
3
Critical NVM Failure
1,2
2
Temperature Sensor Failure
1,2
1
Pressure Sensor Failure*
1,2
0
Travel Sensor Failure
1,2,3
7
6
5
4
Alert Record Not Empty Alert
Dynamic Bypass Enabled
Calibration In Progress Alert
Diagnostics in Progress Alert
2
3
Pressure Fallback Active Alert
2
Custom Characterization
1
Input Characterization
0
7
Auto Cal in Progress Alert
PWB Set to “Multi−Drop”
2
6
Non­Critical NVM Alert
2
5
Cycle Counter High Alert
Travel Accumulator High
Alert
Instrument Time is Invalid
Alert
2
2
Alert Record Full Alert
2
1
Offline / Failed Alert
2
0
Auxiliary Input Alert
2
4
2
Name of Status Bit
3
2
2
2
Meaning
Active if there is a failure associated with flash ROM (read only
memory).
Active if the microprocessor detects a fault in the servo execution
period.
Active if there is a failure associated with the internal voltage
reference.
Active when the drive current to the I/P converter is not flowing as
expected.
Active if there is a failure of non­volatile memory used for
configuration data critical for instrument operation.
Active when the instrument temperature sensor fails or the sensor
reading is outside of the range of ­60° to 100°C (­76° to 212°F).
Active if any of the 3 pressure sensor readings are outside the range
of ­24.0% to 125.0% of the calibrated pressure for more than 60
seconds. *DVC6000 fw 6 (any) Pressure Sensor does not set “Field Device Malfunction”.
Active if the sensed travel is outside the range of ­25.0% to 125.0%
of calibrated travel.
Active when there are 1 or more alerts stored in the alert record.
Active if Dynamic Bypass is enabled.
Active when calibration is in progress.
Active when a diagnostic test is in progress.
Active when the instrument has detected a problem with the travel
feedback and is now controlling the output like an I/P transducer.
Custom Characterization in Effect active if the user-defined Custom
Characterization is enabled.
Input Characterization in Effect active if any of the user-defined
Characterizations other than “Linear” is enabled.
Active when auto calibration is in progress.
Active is PWB switch is set to “Multi”
Active if there is a failure of non­volatile memory used for data not
critical for instrument operation.
Active if the Cycle Counter exceeds the Cycle Count Alert Point.
Active if the Travel Accumulator exceeds the Travel Accumulator
Alert Point.
Active if the instrument has been powered down since the last time
the instrument clock was set.
Active when the alert record contains the maximum number of 11
alerts.
Active if a shutdown alert has put the DVC6000 in a failed state.
Active when the AUX input is configured as an alarm switch and the
alarm is active
"Reserved" bits are always set to 0.
1. Sets “Field Device Malfunction”.
2. Sets “More Status Available”.
3. Except when in Forced_Pressure mode.
4. Suppressed by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
5. Enabled by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
6. DVC6000 SIS only, otherwise “Reserved”.
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Byte
Bit
7
6
Name of Status Bit
Reserved
Valve Stuck
Meaning
2,6
5
Supply Pressure Alert
2
4
Pressure Deviation Alert
2
3
2
7
6
5
4
Reserved
Power Starvation
Integrator Saturated High
Alert
Integrator Saturated Low
Alert
Travel Alert Lo
Travel Alert Lo Lo
Travel Alert Hi
Travel Alert Hi Hi
3
Travel Deviation Alert
2
1
Travel Limit/Cutoff Hi Alert
Travel Limit/Cutoff Lo Alert
0
Drive Signal Alert
3
1
0
4
5
Byte
6
Active if SIS Partial Stroke Test Failed
Active if the supply pressure falls below the supply pressure alert
point.
Active if the instrument is in pressure control and the pressure is
not tracking the set point within the configured deviation
allowance.
2
Active if the instrument integrator is saturated at the high
extreme.
2
Active if the instrument integrator is saturated at the low extreme.
2
Active when the Travel is below the Travel Alert Lo Point.
Active when the Travel is below the Travel Alert Lo Lo Point.
Active when the Travel exceeds the Travel Alert Hi Point.
Active when the Travel exceeds the Travel Alert Hi Hi Point.
Active if the difference between the Travel Target and the Travel
exceeds the Travel Deviation Alert Point for more than the Travel
Deviation Time.
Active when the Travel exceeds the Hi Limit/Cutoff Point.
Active when the Travel falls below the Lo Limit/Cutoff Point.
Active when the Drive Signal exceeds target limits (<10% or
>90%) for more than 20 seconds when not in Cutoff condition.
2
7
Reserved
6
Reserved
5
Reserved
4
Reserved
3
Reserved
2
Reserved
1
Reserved
0
Reserved
Left Digit
Name of Status Bit
“0”
Out of Service
“1”
In Service
Right Digit
Name of Status Bit
“Analog (RSP)” Control
“3”
Mode
“2”
“Digital” Control Mode
“1”
Not used
“0”
“Test” Control Mode
"Reserved" bits are always set to 0.
1. Sets “Field Device Malfunction”.
2. Sets “More Status Available”.
3. Except when in Forced_Pressure mode.
4. Suppressed by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
5. Enabled by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
6. DVC6000 SIS only, otherwise “Reserved”.
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Additional Device Status - DVC6000 Device Revision 2, Firmware 7, 9, 10*, 11*
Command 48 returns 8 bytes of data, with the following status information:
Byte
0
1
Bit
1,2
7
Flash Integrity Failure
6
Reserved
5
Reference Voltage Failure
1,2
4
Drive Current Failure
1,2
3
Critical NVM Failure
1,2
2
Temperature Sensor Failure
1,2
1
Pressure Sensor Failure
2
0
Travel Sensor Failure
1,2,3
7
Alert Record Not Empty Alert
4
6
SIS_LCP_TRIPPED
6
5
4
Calibration In Progress Alert
Diagnostics in Progress Alert
4
3
Pressure Fallback Active Alert
4
2
1
0
7
Reserved
Reserved
Auto Cal in Progress Alert
PWB Set to “Multi−Drop”
4
6
Non­Critical NVM Alert
4
5
Cycle Counter High Alert
Travel Accumulator High
Alert
Instrument Time is Invalid
Alert
4
2
Alert Record Full Alert
4
1
Offline / Failed Alert
2,5
0
Auxiliary Input Alert
4
4
2
Name of Status Bit
3
4
4
4
4
Meaning
Active if there is a failure associated with flash ROM (read only
memory).
Active if there is a failure associated with the internal voltage
reference.
Active when the drive current to the I/P converter is not flowing as
expected.
Active if there is a failure of non­volatile memory used for
configuration data critical for instrument operation.
Active when the instrument temperature sensor fails or the sensor
reading is outside of the range of ­60° to 100°C (­76° to 212°F).
Active if any of the 3 pressure sensor readings are outside the range
of ­24.0% to 125.0% of the calibrated pressure for more than 60
seconds.
Active if the sensed travel is outside the range of ­25.0% to 125.0%
of calibrated travel.
Active when there are 1 or more alerts stored in the alert record.
Active when the DVC6000 SIS is in the tripped position as a result
of someone pressing the Trip button on the Local Control Panel
(LCP).
Active when calibration is in progress.
Active when a diagnostic test is in progress.
Active when the instrument has detected a problem with the travel
feedback and is now controlling the output like an I/P transducer.
Active when auto calibration is in progress.
Active is PWB switch is set to “Multi”
Active if there is a failure of non­volatile memory used for data not
critical for instrument operation.
Active if the Cycle Counter exceeds the Cycle Count Alert Point.
Active if the Travel Accumulator exceeds the Travel Accumulator
Alert Point.
Active if the instrument has been powered down since the last time
the instrument clock was set.
Active when the alert record contains the maximum number of 11
alerts.
Active if a shutdown alert has put the DVC6000 in a failed state.
Active when the AUX input is configured as an alarm switch and the
alarm is active
"Reserved" bits are always set to 0.
1. Sets “Field Device Malfunction”.
2. Sets “More Status Available”.
3. Except when in Forced_Pressure mode.
4. Suppressed by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
5. Enabled by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
6. DVC6000 SIS only, otherwise “Reserved”.
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* Also applicable to DVC6200 HW1, Device Revision 2, Firmware 10 & 11
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Byte
3
Bit
7
Diagnostic Data Available Alert
2,5
6
Valve Stuck
2,5,6
5
Supply Pressure Alert
2,5
4
Pressure Deviation Alert
2,5
3
2
2,5,6
0
7
6
5
4
Locked in Safety Alert
Power Starvation
Integrator Saturated High
Alert
Integrator Saturated Low Alert
Travel Alert Lo
Travel Alert Lo Lo
Travel Alert Hi
Travel Alert Hi Hi
3
Travel Deviation Alert
2,5
2
1
Travel Limit/Cutoff Hi Alert
Travel Limit/Cutoff Lo Alert
4
0
Drive Signal Alert
2,5
7
6
5
4
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
3
SIS Panel Comm Error
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
1
4
5
6
Name of Status Bit
Meaning
Active when diagnostic data has been collected and is being stored
in the instrument.
Active if SIS Partial Stroke Test Failed
Active if the supply pressure falls below the supply pressure alert
point.
Active if the instrument is in pressure control and the pressure is
not tracking the set point within the configured deviation
allowance.
Active when the DVC6000 SIS is in the tripped position.
4
2,5
2,5
4
4
4
4
4
5,6
Active if the instrument integrator is saturated at the high
extreme.
Active if the instrument integrator is saturated at the low extreme.
Active when the Travel is below the Travel Alert Lo Point.
Active when the Travel is below the Travel Alert Lo Lo Point.
Active when the Travel exceeds the Travel Alert Hi Point.
Active when the Travel exceeds the Travel Alert Hi Hi Point.
Active if the difference between the Travel Target and the Travel
exceeds the Travel Deviation Alert Point for more than the Travel
Deviation Time.
Active when the Travel exceeds the Hi Limit/Cutoff Point.
Active when the Travel falls below the Lo Limit/Cutoff Point.
Active when the Drive Signal exceeds target limits (<10% or >90%)
for more than 20 seconds when not in Cutoff condition.
Active if the AUX terminals are configured for use with the local
control panel (LCP) but communication between the DVC6000 SIS
and the LCP is not occurring.
"Reserved" bits are always set to 0.
1. Sets “Field Device Malfunction”.
2. Sets “More Status Available”.
3. Except when in Forced_Pressure mode.
4. Suppressed by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
5. Enabled by default. Alerts can be enabled or suppressed, as desired by the user.
6. DVC6000 SIS only, otherwise “Reserved”.
* Also applicable to DVC6200 HW1, Device Revision 2, Firmware 10 & 11
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Command 50: Read Dynamic Variable Assignments
This command returns a list of four device variable codes, taken from the Device Variables table on page 6, which are
returned in Command 3. These Dynamic Variables are specified via Command 51 and control the Command 3
response, whether burst or by request.
Byte
Request
Data Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Format
Description
None
0
1
2
3
Code
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
Class
ID of variable returned as the first variable (PV) in Command #3
ID of variable returned as the second variable (SV) in Command #3
ID of variable returned as the third variable (TV) in Command #3
ID of variable returned as the fourth variable (FV) in Command #3
Description
None
Command 51: Write Dynamic Variable Assignments
This command allows the values that fill slots 1 through 3 in Command 3 to be specified. These also control the burst
form of Command 3. Note that slot 0 is constrained to be only variable 0 (Analog Input). The variables in slots 1­3 can
be any Device Variable 0…10 inclusive or 211 which includes Analog Input, Temperature, all pressure readings, Travel,
or Travel Setpoint.
This command is accepted when in service, and is afforded write protection.
Request Data
Bytes
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
Byte
0
1
2
3
0
1
2
3
Code
2
Format
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
UINT8
Class
Description
Slot #0 variable ID (must be variable 0 only)
Slot #1 variable ID (0­10, 211)
Slot #2 variable ID (0­10, 211)
Slot #3 variable ID (0­10, 211)
Slot #0 variable ID
Slot #1 variable ID
Slot #2 variable ID
Slot #3 variable ID
Description
Invalid selection (Slot #0 is not 0) or other slots not 0…10 or 211.
7
In Write Protect Mode
16
Access Restricted ­ other master has access locked.
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Command 54: Read Device Variable Information
Used to identify each of the Device Variables in the range of IDs 0…10 inclusive and 211. Responds with the Sensor
Serial Number, Sensor range Units, Sensor ranges, Damping Value, and Minimum Span of the selected Variable. The
Variable range values will be in the same units as the Variable Units.
Request Data
Bytes
Byte
Format
0
Enum
0
UINT8
1­3
4
5­8
9­12
UINT8
Float
Float
13­16
Float
17­20
Code
Float
Class
Response
Data Bytes
Command­
Specific
Response
Codes
2
Description
Device Variable ID, this command is applicable to variables 0­10 or 211.
All others will return invalid selection
Device Variable ID
Device Variable Sensor Serial Number, 24­bit number
(NOT USED ­ always zero)
Device variable units code
Device Variable Upper Range
Device Variable Lower Range
Device Variable Damping Value,
(NOT USED ­ always zero)
Device Variable Minimum Span (NOT USED ­ always zero)
Description
Invalid Selection
Device-Specific Commands
The DVC6000 field device supports device­specific commands. However, these device­specific commands require use
of the ValveLink software application or DD methods and cannot be utilized outside of those controlled environments.
Burst Mode
This field device supports Burst Mode.
Catch Device Variable
This field device does not support Catch Device Variable.
Performance
Refer to the appropriate instruction manual or bulletin; see Reference Documentation on page 3.
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Annex A Compatibility Checklist
Manufacturer, Model, and Revision
Fisher Controls DVC6000 Device Revision 1 and 2
Device Type
HART Protocol Revision
User switchable between HART 5 mode and
HART 7 mode?
Device Description Available?
Number and type of process connections
Number of host connections
Number of Dynamic Variables
Mappable Dynamic Variables?
Number of Device Variables
Number of Supported Common Practice
Commands
Burst Mode?
Capture Device Variables?
Write Protection?
Pneumatic Control Valve Positioner
5
No
Yes
None
Input: Control signal to Loop ± terminals
4
Yes. TV is mappable. PV is not.
12
11
Yes
No
Yes
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Annex B DVC6000 Parameters as part of a Rosemount 1410 /
1420 WirelessHART Gateway
A FIELDVUE DVC6000 can join a wireless network through the addition of a Rosemount 775 THUM WirelessHART
adapter. The wireless adapter acts both as a HART modem for communications coming to the DVC6000 from
application software and as an independent master issuing commands periodically to the wired device pertaining to
it’s status. This independently gathered status information is relayed back to the Rosemount 1410 or 1420 Wireless
Gateway and is made available to the user either through viewing the HTML interface or via mapping as “Published
Data” parameters via the Gateway’s MODBUS or OPC outputs.
For HART 5 devices the PV, SV, TV, and QV variables can be mapped.
Configure the THUM as follows:
Navigate to Configure > Manual Setup
Under the Wired Device tab select Configure HART Polling
Wired Device tab
FOR PRIMARY DEVICE INFORMATION:
Select PV, SV, TV, and QV
Select Yes if changes are required
FOR SECONDARY DEVICE INFORMATION:
Select Device Status
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The FIELDVUE instrument is defined on the Gateway by “Tag” (read from the device’s “Message” field).
For each Tag, the Gateway provides updated values for:
D Variables
D Additional Status
D Published Data
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Published Data, used for the Gateway’s OPC and Modbus outputs, falls into the following categories:
Field Device Identification Values:
Values that define the identity of the DVC6000. These include:
D MANUFACTURER (for “Fisher Controls” the value is “19”)
D DEVICE_TYPE (for a DVC6000 HW1 the value is “3”)
D DEVICE_REVISION
D HARDWARE_REVISION
D SOFTWARE_REVISION
D DEVICE_ID
D UNIVERSAL_REVISION (HART version)
D REQUEST_PREAMBLES
D RESPONSE_PREAMBLES
Variable information:
The Gateway receives updates concerning the DVC6000’s four “Dynamic Variables”. The information for any given
device variable is displayed by:
1. Dynamic Variable indicator (“PV”, “SV”, etc.)
2. The Device Variable ID number assigned to that Dynamic Variable
3. By the Device Variable Name (only if the Gateway has version 4.3 firmware or later)
Dynamic Variable
Device Variable ID
Analog Input
PV
0
LOOP_CURRENT
Travel Setpoint
SV
9
TRAVEL_SETPOINT
2
PRESSURE_A
5
PRESSURE_B
7
DIFFERENTIAL_PRESSURE
8
SUPPLY_PRESSURE
10
TRAVEL
245
CURRENT
Pressure
Travel
TV
QV
Milliamp Current
Device Variable Name(s)
Any of these choices [Dynamic Variable, Device Variable ID, or Device Variable Name(s)] can be substituted for the “#”
sign in the Variable Identifier fields below.
Variable Identifier
Comments / Explanation
#
See any of the variable identifiers in the table immediately above.
#_CLASS
Always “0”.
#_CODE
The “Device Variable ID” number in the table immediately above.
#_HEALTHY
A “true” or “false” indication of the health of the sensor providing this value.
#_STATUS
#_UNITS
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Device Status:
The eight standard status conditions (present in ANY HART field device) are all represented by a Boolean “true” or
“false” state. These eight conditions, discussed on page 7, are:
D DEVICE_MALFUNCTION
D CONFIGURATION_CHANGED
D COLD_START
D MORE_STATUS_AVAILABLE
D LOOP_CURRENT_FIXED
D LOOP_CURRENT_SATURATED
D NONPRIMARY_VALUE_OUT_OF_LIMITS
D PRIMARY_VALUE_OUT_OF_LIMITS
Detailed Device Alerts:
The Alert Groupings are:
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_0
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_1
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_2
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_3
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_4
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_5
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_6
D ADDITIONAL_STATUS_7
Each of these status bytes represent eight individual bits with values that range from “00” to “255”. To determine
which of the eight bits are active requires converting a decimal value to its binary equivalent value. Refer to Command
48, starting on page 17, for details on the individual alert bits inside of each Additional Status Byte.
Note
Gateways with firmware version 4.3 define the alerts of DVC6000 hardware 1 devices. There are slight differences between the
names of the alerts as defined in the Gateway in the Command 48 tables, as detailed in the following tables for DVC6000 Device
Revision 2, Firmware 7, 9, 10, 11.
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ADDITIONAL_STATUS_0
According to Command 48:
As defined in the Gateway:
Bit 7
Flash Integrity Failure
FLASH_ROM_FAIL
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 5
Reference Voltage Failure
REFERENCE_VOLTAGE_FAIL
Bit 4
Drive Current Failure
DRIVE_CURRENT_FAIL
Bit 3
Critical NVM Failure
NVM_FAIL
Bit 2
Temperature Sensor Failure
TEMPERATURE_SENSOR_FAIL
Bit 1
Pressure Sensor Failure
PRESSURE_SENSOR_FAIL
Bit 0
Travel Sensor Failure
TRAVEL_SENSOR_FAIL
ADDITIONAL_STATUS_1
According to Command 48:
As defined in the Gateway:
Bit 7
Alert Record Not Empty Alert
ALERT_RECORD_HAS_ENTRIES
Bit 6
SIS-LCP Tripped
Bit 5
Calibration in Progress Alert
CALIBRATION_IN_PROGRESS
Bit 4
Diagnostics in Progress Alert
DIAGNOSTIC_IN_PROGRESS
Bit 3
Pressure Fallback Active Alert
PRESSURE_CONTROL_IS_ACTIVE
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 1
Reserved
Bit 0
Auto Cal in Progress Alert
AUTO_TRAVEL_CALIBRATION_IN_PROGRESS
ADDITIONAL_STATUS_2
According to Command 48:
As defined in the Gateway:
Bit 7
PWB Set to “Multi-Drop”
MULTI-DROP
Bit 6
Non­Critical NVM Alert
NON_CRITICAL_NVM_ALERT
Bit 5
Cycle Counter High Alert
CYCLE_COUNT_ALERT
Bit 4
Travel Accumulator High Alert
TRAVEL_ACCUMULATOR_ALERT
Bit 3
Instrument Time is Invalid Alert
INSTRUMENT_TIME_IS_INVALID
Bit 2
Alert Record Full Alert
ALERT_RECORD_IS_FULL
Bit 1
Offline / Failed Alert
OFFLINE_FAILED_ALERT
Bit 0
Auxiliary Input Alert
AUXILIARY_TERMINAL_ALERT
ADDITIONAL_STATUS_3
According to Command 48:
As defined in the Gateway:
Bit 7
Diagnostic Data Available Alert
DIAGNOSTIC_DATA_AVAIL
Bit 6
Valve Stuck
VALVE_STUCK_OR_PRESSURE_TRAVEL_OBSTRUCTED
Bit 5
Supply Pressure Alert
SUPPLY_PRESSURE_LO_ALERT
Bit 4
Pressure Deviation Alert
PRESSURE_DEVIATION_ALERT
Bit 3
Locked in Safety Alert
LOCKED_IN_SAFETY_ALERT
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Bit 2
Power Starvation
LOW_POWER_WRITE_FAIL
Bit 1
Integrator Saturated High Alert
INTEGRATOR_SATURATED_HI
Bit 0
Integrator Saturated Low Alert
INTEGRATOR_SATURATED_LOW
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ADDITIONAL_STATUS_4
According to Command 48:
As defined in the Gateway:
Bit 7
Travel Alert Lo
TRAVEL_ALERT_LO
Bit 6
Travel Alert Lo Lo
TRAVEL_ALERT_LO_LO
Bit 5
Travel Alert Hi
TRAVEL_ALERT_HI
Bit 4
Travel Alert Hi Hi
TRAVEL_ALERT_HI_HI
Bit 3
Travel Deviation Alert
TRAVEL_DEVIATION_ALERT
Bit 2
Travel Limit/Cutoff Hi Alert
TRAVEL_LIMIT_HI_OR_TRAVEL_CUTOFF_HI_IN_EFFECT
Bit 1
Travel Limit/Cutoff Lo Alert
TRAVEL_LIMIT_LOW_OR_TRAVEL_CUTOFF_LOW_IN_EFFECT
Bit 0
Drive Signal Alert
DRIVE_SIGNAL_ALERT
ADDITIONAL_STATUS_5
According to Command 48:
As defined in the Gateway:
Bit 7
Reserved
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 5
Reserved
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 3
SIS Panel Comm Error
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 1
Reserved
Bit 0
Reserved
ADDITIONAL_STATUS_6
According to Command 48:
Bit 7
Reserved
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 5
Reserved
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 3
Reserved
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 1
Reserved
Bit 0
Reserved
ADDITIONAL_STATUS_7
According to Command 48:
Bit 7
Reserved
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 5
Reserved
Bit 4
Reserved
Bit 3
Reserved
Bit 2
Reserved
Bit 1
Reserved
Bit 0
Reserved
SIS_PANEL_COMM_ERROR
As defined in the Gateway:
As defined in the Gateway:
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