Process Solutions Product Information Note OneWireless Network Overview Honeywell’s OneWireless Network seamlessly extends process control into the field. Innovative wireless applications and services help industrial facilities meet higher productivity goals and ever-stricter security and environmental regulations. This technology provides solutions to immediate requirements while offering flexibility to respond to future challenges. An Industrial Wireless Network Honeywell’s OneWireless™ Network brings immediate benefits to industrial sites: Cost-effective, quick roll out of battery-powered ISA100 Wireless* (IEC 62734) field instruments to improve process efficiency; increase asset availability; and meet health, safety and environmental (HSE) regulations at lower cost Empowering a mobile workforce with remote access to process data and other plant-related information Enhanced plant security with cost-effective wireless Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras Improved personnel safety with portable wireless and fixed gas detectors From the field to the control room, Honeywell wireless technology allows you to seamlessly extend your process control network into the field. Connecting remote controllers to the central control system Assuming the roles of the wireless field instrument network OneWireless Network is a multi-application, multi-standard wireless network that can be tailored to offer the coverage needed, from adding a simple wireless field instrument to a completely integrated, plant-wide, multi-application wireless network. OneWireless Network Pillars OneWireless Network draws on a flexible portfolio of interconnected components: gateway and system and security manager, WDM is used for initial wireless device configuration and storing wireless network system data to configure wireless devices. It also generates issues and manages the security keys for all field devices that are required to join the secured network. Keys can be provisioned to a wireless field device via Infrared or over-the-air provisioning methods, as defined by the ISA100 Wireless Standard. In redundant configuration, the WDM enables design and OneWireless Wireless Device Manager implementation of a wireless network with no single point of Honeywell OneWireless Wireless Device Manager (WDM) failure. WDM hosts multiple interfaces required to send ISA100 manages all wireless field devices, including ISA100 Wireless Wireless data to your control application: Modbus (Serial and field instruments and network infrastructure devices, such as TCP/IP), OPC UA, OPC DA, HART, Gateway General Client access points. Interface (GCI), Honeywell Enraf, and Experion PKS CDA. ® OneWireless Network Overview 2 OneWireless Field Device Access Point their own data and also route data received from neighboring The OneWireless Field Device Access Point (FDAP) is a rugged field instruments, with data able to pass through multiple industrial access point for ISA100 Wireless field instruments. instruments before reaching the host gateway. Typically used to Once deployed in the field, FDAPs self-discover and self- tactically implement a handful of battery-operated field organize into a managed, secure and redundant wireless field instruments, this type of network is employed for non-critical instrument mesh network. They are the bridge between the monitoring purposes that do not require fast update rates. sensor network and the wireless or wired infrastructure (backhaul). Mesh network for field instruments only: Adding access points for wireless field instruments enables users to build a Cisco Aironet 1552S Outdoor Access Point plant-wide wireless mesh network capable of supporting For IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n clients and ISA100 Wireless-compatible hundreds of field instruments sending data at update rates as field instruments, users can employ the Cisco* Aironet* 1552S fast as one second. This network is typically implemented by Access Point. With Cisco’s CleanAir* technology, it intelligently users who want reliable, ”wired-like” performance for battery- optimizes the network around radio frequency interference operated field instruments used in critical monitoring and control sources to improve the air quality, significantly increasing while maximizing battery life. network performance and the user experience. Mesh network for field instruments and Wi-Fi devices: Multi- Cisco Wireless Controllers application access points capable of communicating with ISA100 Cisco Wireless Controllers reduce the operational costs of Cisco Wireless field instruments and IEEE 802.11 devices enable users Aironet 1552S Access Point networks by extending the network to design a plant-wide multi-application network. This network policy and security from the wired network core to the wireless also supports Wi-Fi devices to allow users to implement edge. Cisco Wireless Controllers bring a number of benefits: handhelds for the mobile workforce, and personnel safety and Flexibility to centrally configure wireless policy, management or security settings on remote access points through centralized provisioning and management plant security systems, including Ethernet devices such as digital Wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS) capabilities combines Wi-Fi coverage with the best features of meshing field Enforcement of centrally-defined policy across wired and wireless networks instruments and mesh networks for field instruments only. Support for advanced mobility services, including ClientLink, VideoStream and CleanAir technology security cameras. At the same time, it can support hundreds of field instruments for monitoring and control. The network Universal Network OneWireless Network supports all communication standards and field protocols required for industrial applications. OneWireless XYR 6000 Field Instruments Multi-standard network: OneWireless Network supports the Honeywell OneWireless XYR™ 6000 field instruments let ISA100 Wireless Standard for wireless field instruments, IEEE customers capture information from locations where running wire 802.11 for Wi-Fi devices and IEEE 802.3 for Ethernet-based is cost-prohibitive or measurement is in a hazardous location. devices. With ISA100 Wireless, XYR 6000 field instruments can be Multi-protocol network: End-users can easily integrate ISA100 configured as routing devices to allow them to send not only their Wireless data with their existing applications using legacy field own data but also data received from neighboring field protocol interfaces, including Modbus (serial and TCP), HART, instruments. These devices can be upgraded to the latest and OPC. WDM also offers a number of unique interfaces, versions with a simple over-the-air firmware update. including a GCI for ISA100 Wireless devices tunneling Advantages proprietary protocols, an Enraf interface for Honeywell Enraf FlexLine radar gauges and Wireless Field Interface (WFI), and ® Flexibility and Scalability an Experion PKS CDA interface for peer-to-peer communication OneWireless Network gives users the options to design a with Honeywell’s Experion controllers and server. network that perfectly fits their applications needs: With Experion PKS CDA, ISA100 Wireless field instruments, Meshing field instruments: Each ISA100 Wireless field once powered on and authenticated, are automatically instrument can communicate with two or more other field recognized by Experion and ready to be used without any data instruments to form a mesh network. Field instruments can send mapping. OneWireless Network Overview 3 A multi-standard, multi-protocol network drastically reduces costs Channel blacklisting: OneWireless Network users can associated with wireless network deployment, maintenance and determine and configure the channels available for security management. communication in the network. This method can be used to improve network performance by preventing interference High Performance Network between devices. Wired-like performance: ISA100 Wireless access points such as the Cisco Aironet 1552S Access Point and FDAP deliver Antenna diversity: Antenna diversity is used to enhance both wired-like performance with wireless field instruments. With these Wi-Fi and field-instrument wireless coverage reliability in multi- access points, users can configure their wireless field path environments. instruments as routing or non-routing field instruments. Nonrouting field instruments consume less power, enabling OneWireless Network users to get more than three years’ battery life from their field instruments while retaining one-second update rates. Self-contained and predictable power management: Without power efficiency, the benefits of wireless field instruments can be eroded by battery costs. Honeywell offers efficient instruments Investment Protection Honeywell’s industrial wireless portfolio is future-proof thanks to adoption of communications standards. ISA100 Wireless and IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n: Standards ensure users’ freedom of choice. Wi-Fi and ISA100 Wireless certification means users can be confident of complete interoperability for compliant field devices from multiple vendors. with a 10-year battery shelf life at fast update rates. Honeywell’s Support for all key field protocols: Leveraging the network’s wireless field instruments use commercial, off-the-shelf batteries multi-protocol capability, users can easily integrate wireless field for low lifecycle costs. instruments with their existing applications using Modbus, HART, End-to-end industrial security: Honeywell protects plant OPC, GCI, Enraf, and Experion PKS CDA. information and ensures safe operations with industry standard GCI allows third-party client applications to interoperate with the 128-bit encryption at the mesh, Wi-Fi and wireless field WDM and ISA100 Wireless field devices leveraging the ISA100 instrument level. Wireless tunneling feature. Tunneling encapsulates non-ISA100 ® Over-the-air firmware upgrades and configuration: All ISA100 Wireless field instruments can be configured and upgraded over the air, saving one to two hours of labor per update for each field instrument. Wireless native data (proprietary, HART or FOUNDATION™ fieldbus) in an ISA100 Wireless packet and carries the data within the ISA100 Wireless network. No interpretation of the packet content is necessary. Several field device manufacturers already use this feature to transport proprietary protocols over High Data Availability the ISA100 Wireless network. Honeywell offers the best data availability for wireless field The Enraf interface leverages the enhanced tunneling feature of instruments: the ISA100 Wireless Standard to allow Honeywell Enraf’s Redundant paths: Each ISA100 Wireless field device can auto- FlexLine Radar tank level gauge and Wireless Field Interface discover neighboring ISA100 Wireless devices and establish a (WFI) to natively communicate with the Honeywell Enraf Entis communication path with them. Similarly, each Cisco Aironet Pro application. 1552S Access Point can auto-discover neighboring counterparts Experion integration: Experion users can take advantage of full to establish communication paths. This feature allows the OneWireless Network integration. Using the WDM’s Experion formation of multiple paths between the client device and PKS CDA interface, Experion PKS nodes such as C300 application, increasing data availability. controllers and ACE nodes can communicate natively with Data segregation: OneWireless Network uses virtual local area ISA100 Wireless field devices. This tight integration significantly networks (VLANs) to segregate the data and QoS tagging to reduces time spent incorporating ISA100 Wireless field guarantee expected performance levels by prioritizing data instruments into control strategies and displays. transported across the VLANs. Professional installer support: The solution allows changing By default, all process data are assigned to a dedicated VLAN the ISA100 Wireless radio transmit power levels from the tagged with the highest priority, ensuring critical information from OneWireless user interface for qualified professional installers. wireless instruments is always received first. OneWireless Network Overview This saves several labor hours and field visits for the installation and troubleshooting of the field devices and access points. 4 The Only Network You Will Ever Need Honeywell’s OneWireless Network extends the process control Interoperability network into the field with the most effective solution and lowest The OneWireless Network is fully interoperable with ISA100 total cost of ownership: Wireless field devices offered by other vendors, thereby providing The most flexible and scalable network in the industrial market the flexibility of a truly open network. The easiest system to commission and maintain Using the Wi-Fi connectivity offered by the OneWireless Network, end users can access Experion data and displays through mobile The highest performing and most reliable network – fieldproven for best uptime devices, including tablets, handhelds and laptops, for greater The most cost-efficient network available responsiveness to operational changes. OneWireless Network Overview 5 Summary OneWireless Network Architecture OneWireless Network is composed of the WDM, FDAPs, Cisco 1552S Access Points, Cisco Wireless WLAN Controller, and XYR 6000 field instruments and ISA100 Wireless field instrumentation from other vendors. The network can be tailored to satisfy diverse application requirements, from a simple wireless sensor network to a multi-application, plant-wide wireless network. Highlighted Features Self-organizing, self-healing and high-speed IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n-based wireless mesh network ISA100 Wireless field instruments with up to one second reporting with latency control Self-organizing, self-healing ISA100 Wireless-based wireless mesh network Routing and non-routing ISA100 Wireless field instruments Industrial meshing access points (Cisco Aironet 1552S Access Points) providing secure and reliable wireless coverage for ISA100 Wireless and IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless devices Industrial meshing access points (FDAPs) providing secure and reliable wireless coverage for ISA100 Wireless devices Ability to configure ISA100 Wireless field instruments with different update rates End-to-end industrial security with industry standard 128-bit encryption Over-the-air firmware upgrades and configuration Support for all key legacy field protocols (Modbus Serial/TCP, HART Serial/IP, OPC UA/DA) A redundant gateway allowing design and implementation of a wireless network with no single point of failure Peer-to-peer communication with Experion nodes using Experion’s CDA communication protocol Self-contained and predictable power management designed for 10-year sensor battery life Certified for use in hazardous environments System-wide multi-path capability with dual path connectivity at the ISA100 Wireless field device level, multi-path at the wireless network level (ISA100 and IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n), and gateway redundancy Dedicated Virtual LAN and Quality of Service for sensor traffic Provision for professional installers to change the radio transmit power level from the OneWireless user interface MIMO technology and antenna diversity used to improve Wi-Fi and ISA Wireless coverage and reliability Network Standards 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n for use in facilities worldwide 2.4 GHz ISA100 Wireless for wireless field instruments Network Security End-to-end security: • AES 128-bit encryption for process data 802.11i, Wi-Fi protected access (WPA2), WPA 802.1X authentication, including extensible authentication protocol and protected EAP (EAP-PEAP), EAP transport layer security (EAP-TLS), EAP-tunneled TLS (EAP-TTLS), and Cisco LEAP Advanced encryption standards (AES), temporal key integrity protocol (TKIP) VPN pass through IP Security (IPsec), Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) Supported Field Protocols Interfaces Modbus TCP/Serial, HART IP/Serial, OPC UA, OPC DA, CDA (Honeywell Experion PKS communication protocol), Gateway Client Interface (GCI), Enraf Interface OneWireless Network Overview 6 ® Experion is a registered trademark, and OneWireless™ and XYR™ are trademarks of Honeywell International, Inc. * All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 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