Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter Series XYR 6000

Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter Series XYR 6000
Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
Series XYR 6000, Model STIW600
Specifications
34-XY-03-30 February 2010
Introduction
Building upon the tremendously successful ST 3000
Model STIW600: (0 to 5 Volts, 1 to 5 Volts, 0 to 20 mA 4 to 20 mA)
series transmitter line; Honeywell brings simple, safe, and
secure wireless technology to its measurement portfolio
in the XYR 6000 Series Wireless Transmitters.
The XYR 6000 series measurements are part of the
Honeywell OneWireless system and are ISA100.11a
Compliant.
Measurement and information without wires! The XYR
6000 wireless transmitter series enable customers to
obtain data and create information from remote and
hazardous measurement locations without the need to
run wires, where running wire is cost prohibitive and/or
the measurement is in a hazardous location. Without
wires, transmitters can be installed and operational in
Figure 1 — XYR6000 High Level Analog Input Transmitters
minutes, quickly providing information back to your
Only 0/4 to 20 mA inputs are certified as Intrinsically
system.
Safe. 0/1 to 5 V inputs are not certified as Intrinsically
Safe.
XYR 6000 wireless transmitters send information to an
ISA100.11a compliant MESH infrastructure. Wireless
Data Managers (WDM) provides the path to bring that
Implement the value of wireless technology today:

information into Experion PKS or any other control
system wirelessly via OPC client or Modbus-TCP.
securely

Obtain and utilize previously inaccessible
information due to high wiring cost or hazardous
Transmitter power is supplied by two “D” size lithium
batteries in an intrinsic safe module with an expected
Measure remote access points simply, safe and
locations.
lifetime of up to ten years or by an external 24 Vdc power

Easily meet Regulatory Requirements
pupply. Transmitter range with the integral antenna is

Improve process efficiency
1000’ (305 m) under ideal conditions.

Enhance Flexibility to monitor applications:
The HLAI Transmitter can be used to convert any
- that have no access to power
measurement device with a 4-20mA/1-5 V output into a
- that are remote or difficult to reach
wireless sensor; for example, analytical, flow, or level
- that may require frequent reconfiguration
measurements. The HLAI can be used with measurement
devices that have Intrinsic Safety approval to make a
wireless measurement while retaining the Intrinsic Safety
rating.
- where manual readings have been required
previously
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Specifications
Operating Conditions
Parameter
Reference
Condition
(at zero static)
Ambient Temperature**
Humidity
Operative Limits
°C
°F
°C
°F
°C
25 ±1
77 ±2
-40 to 85*
-40 to 185*
-40 to 85*
10 to 55
%RH
Ambient Temperature
LCD Display visible range
Rated Condition
25 ±1
0 to 100
°F
Transportation and
Storage
°C
°F
-40 to 185* -40 to 85
0 to 100
-40 to 185
0 to 100
77 ±2 -40 to 85°C
-40 to 185°F
Vibration
Maximum of 4g over 15 to 200Hz.
Shock
Maximum of 40g.
Battery powered 3.6V Lithium thionyl chloride (LiSOCl2) batteries non rechargeable, size D
Power
24VDC Wired Power (option) - For I.S. Application: 21 V to 25 Vdc Operated with MTL7728P+
barrier (252 Ohms Max. end to end resistance), Max input current 26mA.
For Non I.S. application: 11 V to 30 Vdc Input range, Max input current 100mA.
*24V power option rated 80°C (176°F)
** The Ambient Limits shown are for Ordinary Non-Hazardous locations only. Refer to the appropriate Control Drawing, FM/CSA, ATEX, or
IECEx for the Ambient Limits when installed in Hazardous Locations.
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Wireless Specifications
Parameter
Wireless
Communication
Description
2,400 to 2,483.5 MHz (2.4 GHz) Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band
FHSS Selection – Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
DSSS Selection – Direct Sequential Spread Spectrum per FCC 15.247 / IEEE 802.15.4–
2006.
ISA100.11a Compliant (2.4 GHz Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum 802.15.4 DSSS-FH)
Every data packet transmitted in either direction is verified (CRC check) and acknowledged
by the receiving device.
USA – FCC Certified
Canada – IC Certified
European Union – RTTE/ETSI Conformity
Japan – Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Certified (DSSS Selection only)
ISA100.11a RF
Transmitter Power
(Optional)
FHSS RF Transmitter
Power (Optional)
NA Selection – 125 mW (20.9 dBm) maximum transmit power not including antenna per
FCC/IC, or 400 mW (26.0 dBm) maximum EIRP including antenna for USA and Canadian
locations.
EU Selection – 10 mW (10.0 dBm) maximum EIRP including antenna per RTTE/ETSI for EU
locations.
NA Selection – 125 mW (20.9 dBm) maximum transmit power not including antenna per
FCC/IC, or 400 mW (26.0 dBm) maximum EIRP including antenna for USA and Canadian
locations.
EU Selection – 100 mW (20.0 dBm) maximum EIRP including antenna per RTTE/ETSI for
EU locations.
DSSS RF Transmitter
Power (Optional)
NA Selection – 125 mW (20.9 dBm) maximum transmit power not including antenna per
FCC/IC, or 400 mW (26.0 dBm) maximum EIRP including antenna for USA and Canadian
locations.
EU Selection – 10 mW (10.0 dBm) maximum EIRP including antenna per RTTE/ETSI for EU
locations.
JP Selection – 12.14 dBm/MHz [32mW (15.14 dbm)] maximum EIRP including antenna for
Japanese locations.
Data
PV Publish Cycle Time: Configurable as 1, 5, 10 or 30 seconds
Rate: 250 Kbps
Antennas
Integral – 2 dBi omnidirectional monopole
Integral – 4 dBi omnidirectional monopole
Remote – 8 dBi omnidirectional monopole with up to 20 m cable and lightning surge arrester.
Remote – 14 dBi directional parabolic with up to 20 m cable and lightning surge arrester.
Signal Range
Nominal 305 m (1,000 feet) between Field Transmitter and Infrastructure Unit (Multinode) or
Gateway Unit when using 2 dBi Integral antenna with a clear line of sight.*
Routing vs Non-Routing
Unit can be set as a Field Routing or non-Field Routing device; the number of routing
devices is set by the system manager.
Using the device as a routing device will impact battery life, the more messages routed
through a device, the greater the impact on battery life.
* Actual range will vary depending on antennas, cables and site topography.
XYR 6000 STIW600 Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
Remote antenna cables
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Remote Antennas
4 dBi Omnidirectional Antenna
8 dBi Omnidirectional Antenna
14 dBi Directional Antenna
Performance under Rated Conditions
Parameter
Description
Accuracy
±0.10% of range at reference conditions for linear inputs
Temperature Effects
±0.10% of range per °C
Stability
±0.10% of URL per year
Stray Rejection
Common Mode (50 or 60 Hz): 120 dB
Normal Mode (50 or 60 Hz): 40 dB
Loop Resistance
0-20/4-20 mA input
24.9 Ohms
Lightning Surge Arrester (Remote
antenna only)
Frequency range: 0 – 3 GHz, 50 Ohms, VSWR = 1:1.3 Max, Insertion Loss = 0.4 dB
Connectors Type N Female, Max, Gas Tube Element: 90 V ± 20%, Impulse
Breakdown Voltage = 1,000 V ± 20%, Maximum Withstand Current = 5 KA.
CE Conformity
These transmitters conform with the protection requirements of European Council
Directives: 89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive and 1999/5/EC, the Telecommunications
Directive per EN 300 328, V1.6.1 (2004-11), EN 300 489-1, V1.6.1 (2005-09), EN 300
489-3, V1.4.1 (2002-08) and EN 61326-1997+A1+A2, Electrical Equipment for
Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use – EMC Requirements.
Hazardous Location Certifications
See the Model Selection Guide on page 9.

Performance specifications are based on reference conditions of 25°C (77°F), zero (0) static pressure, and 10 to 55% RH.
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Physical Specifications
Parameter
Description
Mounting Bracket
Carbon Steel (Zinc-plated) or Stainless Steel angle bracket or Carbon Steel flat bracket
available (standard options).
Terminal Assembly wiring gauge 28 to 16
range
Electronic Housing
Epoxy-Polyester hybrid paint. Low Copper-Aluminum. Meets NEMA 4X (hosedown and
corrosion resistant), IP 66/67 (hosedown and submersible to 1m).
Stainless Steel Housing (option)
316 SS Electronics Housing - with M20 Conduit Connections
316 SS Housing with 1/2" NPT Conduit Connection
316 SS or Grade CF8M, the casting equivalent of 316 SS with M20 or 1/2" NPT Conduit
Connection.
If ordered with the Remote Antenna options, the antenna parts are not SS or Marine
type cables; the integral antenna uses SS parts.
Mounting
Can be mounted in virtually any position using the standard mounting bracket. Mounting
should result in the antenna being vertically oriented. Bracket is designed to mount on
2-inch (50 mm) vertical or horizontal pipe. See Figure 3.
Dimensions
See Figure 4.
Net Weight
Approximately 9 pounds (4.1 Kg)
Wiring
1
4
2
5
3
6
+
-
+
-
0-5V
1-5V
0-20 mA
4-20mA
+
-
Figure 2 - Wiring: voltage (left), current (right)
+
-
1
4
2
5
3
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XYR 6000 STIW600 Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
Mounting
Figure 3 — Examples of typical mounting positions
Figure 4 — Typical mounting dimensions for reference.
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XYR 6000 STIW600 Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
Options
Mounting Bracket
The angle mounting bracket is available in either zincplated carbon steel or stainless steel and is suitable for
horizontal or vertical mounting on a two inch (50
millimeter) pipe, as well as wall mounting.
An optional flat mounting bracket is also available in
carbon steel for two inch (50 millimeter) pipe mounting.
Tagging (Option TG)
Up to 30 characters can be added on the stainless steel
nameplate mounted on the transmitter’s electronics
housing at no extra cost.
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A stainless steel wired on tag with additional data of up to
4 lines of 28 characters is also available. The number of
characters for tagging includes spaces.
Transmitter Configuration
All configurable parameters are accessible via the
OneWireless network via READ/WRITE transactions.
XYR 6000 STIW600 Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
Model Selection Guides are subject to change and are inserted into the specifications as guidance only.
Prior to specifying or ordering a model check for the latest revision Model Selection Guides which are published at:
http://hpsweb.honeywell.com/Cultures/en-US/Products/Instrumentation/ProductModelSelectionGuides/default.htm
Model Selection Guide (34-XY-16-47)
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XYR 6000 STIW600 Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
OneWireless and XYR are trademarks and Experion is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.
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XYR 6000 STIW600 Wireless High Level Analog Input Transmitter
For More Information
Learn more about how Honeywell’s Wireless High
Level Analog Input Transmitter can provide simple,
safe, and secure wireless technology, visit our website
www.honeywell.com/ps/hfs or contact your Honeywell
account manager.
Honeywell Process Solutions
1860 West Rose Garden Lane
Phoenix, Arizona 85027
Tel: 1-800-423-9883 or 1-800-343-0228
www.honeywell.com/ps
34-XY-03-30
November 2010
© 2011 Honeywell International Inc.
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