Process Solutions Technical Information OneWireless Wireless Device Manager Specification OW03-640-230, October 2014 Arial Regular, Cap Lowercase OneWireless Network Overview Honeywell OneWireless™ Network is an industrial wireless mesh network capable of simultaneously supporting ISA100 Wireless*(IEC 62734) field instruments (transmitters, actuators, etc), Wi-Fi devices and Ethernet/IP-based devices. The network is composed of the following interconnected elements: Honeywell OneWireless Wireless Device Manager (WDM), Honeywell OneWireless Field Device Access Point (FDAP), Cisco* Aironet* 1552S Access Point, and Cisco Wireless Controller. The WDM manages the ISA100 Wireless field device network and ISA100 Wireless field devices such as Honeywell’s OneWireless XYR™ 6000 field instruments, FDAPs, Cisco 1552S Access Points, HART* devices connected wirelessly through the OneWireless Adapter, and ISA100 Wireless field devices from other vendors. The FDAP is an industrial meshing access point providing secure and reliable wireless coverage for ISA100 Wireless field devices. It uses advanced spatial diversity techniques to mitigate multipath induced communication problems found in typical industrial environments and thereby improve communication Honeywell OneWireless Wireless Device Manager reliability and increase effective range. The FDAP device selfdiscovers and forms an ISA100 Wireless mesh network that routes data between ISA100 Wireless field devices and process control applications. For more information consult the FDAP Specification document. The Cisco Wireless Controller provides real-time communication between Cisco 1552S Access Points to simplify the deployment and operation of wireless networks. The controller delivers centralized security policies, wireless intrusion prevention system The Cisco 1552S is an industrial meshing access point that (wIPS) capabilities, award-winning RF management, and quality provides secure and reliable wireless coverage for IEEE of service (QoS) for process data, voice and video. 802.11b/g/n wireless devices and ISA100 Wireless field instruments. Cisco 1552S Access Points self-discover and form a high-speed IEEE 802.11-based wireless mesh network that routes data between wireless clients (e.g., Wi-Fi clients, wired Ethernet devices, and ISA100 Wireless field devices) and process control applications. For more information consult the Cisco Aironet 1552S Access Point Specification document. OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification 2 Wireless Device Manager Overview The WDM allows users to design, commission, configure, and monitor the wireless field network and devices connected to it from a centralized location. A centralized management approach significantly simplifies day-to-day operations — resulting in a low cost-ofownership. The device assumes the roles of wireless field instrument network gateway, system manager, and security manager: As a gateway, WDM handles communication between ISA100 Wireless field instruments and information systems. It acts as a protocol translator between the application layer of the ISA100 Wireless standard and other application layers, such as Modbus (both RTU/Serial and TCP), HART, OPC-UA, OPCDA, and CDA (Honeywell Experion® PKS communication protocol). Leveraging the ISA100 Wireless standard’s tunneling feature, Honeywell’s WDM offers a Generic Client Interface that enables wireless field devices to communicate with process applications using other types of field protocols, including proprietary protocols, over the ISA100 Wireless network. As a system manager, WDM governs the network, devices, and communications. When two devices need to communicate, they do so using a contract which is created, managed, modified, and terminated by the WDM. It also performs policybased control of the network runtime configuration; monitors and reports on communication configuration, performance, and operational status; and, finally, provides time-related services. As a security manager, WDM issues security keys to wireless devices so they can join the wireless field instrument network. The device authenticates connectivity between nodes on the wireless field instrument network, manages session keys, and enables secure encrypted communication in the field instrument network. OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification 3 Key Features Great user experience WDM offers a modern, beautiful, and feature rich user interface making it easy for users to commission ISA100 Wireless field devices and monitor the entire wireless system. With no software to install and an intuitive user interface, the time needed to commission ISA100 Wireless field instruments is reduced to only a few minutes. Integration with Experion The native communication between WDM and other Experion nodes significantly reduces the time spent incorporating wireless field instruments into a control strategy. Integration with TPS and other DCS/PLC systems A rich portfolio of integrated field protocol interfaces (i.e., Modbus, HART, OPC-UA, OPC-DA, GCI, Honeywell Enraf, and CDA) allows users to easily send data from ISA100 Wireless field devices to TDC3000 system, Honeywell Enraf Entis Pro, Field Device Manager and other host applications. Robust security system WDM offers end-to-end 128-bit encryption, application proxy agent and secured HTTPS (certificates)-based user interface, which protects users from cyber security threats. Pre-configured reports with key performance indicators (KPIs) WDM’s built-in reports reduce by half the time spent monitoring and optimizing the wireless field instrument network. Redundancy WDM’s redundancy improves significantly the reliability of the OneWireless network by ensuring no loss of process data. System Management Features The WDM is the ISA100 Wireless network system manager. Using WDM’s intuitive web interface, users can easily design, commission, configure, and manage the ISA100 Wireless network, the ISA100 Wireless network devices (FDAP and Cisco The Reports tab offers several pre-defined reports that are used to maintain and optimize the network and field devices. These reports include battery life report, device health overview, connectivity report, and device summary. The reports can be easily exported for offline reviewing and analysis. 1552S Access Points) and all ISA100 Wireless field instruments Security Manager Features associated with the network. The WDM is the ISA100 Wireless network’s security manager. It The device’s web-based user interface has been designed to generates unique join keys required to authenticate and join the minimize the effort required to manage the ISA100 Wireless ISA100 Wireless network. It also generates unique session keys network and the hundreds of wireless field devices associated for each device needed to establish secure, encrypted with the network. To simplify the browsing of hundreds of data connections over the ISA100 Wireless network. The process of points provided by the system, the user interface has been downloading the ISA100 Wireless network security keys from the carefully divided into multiple tabs: WDM to the ISA100 Wireless field device is called provisioning. The Monitoring tab allows users to add, configure, commission, and monitor wireless field devices (e.g., wireless field instruments and network nodes). This view offers an abundance of data in a clear and intuitive manner, thanks to smart buttons that hide/unhide information (signal strength, process value, battery life, etc.) depending on the user’s needs. Users can drag and drop field devices on imported maps, allowing them to be aware of the geo-location of each device. The zoom in/out feature is very useful when monitoring a large system. The Alarms/Events tab displays the alarms and system events generated by the wireless field devices in a tabular format. Users can easily view active alarms as well as alarms and events that occurred in the past. Honeywell’s WDM supports the two provisioning methods defined by the ISA100 Wireless standard: infrared provisioning and over-the-air provisioning. Provisioning Application for Handheld Devices Infrared provisioning consists of transmitting security keys to ISA100 Wireless field devices via the infrared port of a handheld device hosting Honeywell’s OneWireless provisioning application. The infrared provisioning adds another element to the system’s security: physical security. For a device to be issued a key, the technician must be close to the wireless field instrument. The provisioning device application runs on any mobile platform with an IR port and Microsoft Windows* Mobile 5.0 or higher operating system. OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification 4 Honeywell has tested the provisioning device software Redundancy application on the HP iPAQ PDA, Honeywell 99Ex PDA and WDM’s redundancy improves significantly the reliability of the Ecom Instruments i.roc PDA. OneWireless network by ensuring no loss of process data. Two Wireless Device Managers can be configured as a redundant The provisioning device application also allows users to view the configured settings of ISA100 Wireless field devices and enables them to transmit calibration commands to and from the transmitters. Over-the-air Provisioning Over-the-air provisioning allows a user to accept or reject an unprovisioned ISA100 Wireless field device via WDM’s user pair, consisting of a primary and secondary WDM. The primary WDM will constantly synchronize configuration and process data to the secondary Wireless Device in real-time. The secondary WDM will switch to the primary role if a software or hardware failure occurs on the primary WDM. Interfaces Modbus interface. With this method, an external provisioning device (PDA) is no longer necessary. Application Proxy Agent and Firewalls WDM includes an application proxy agent that acts as an intermediary between the wireless network and the plant network. There is basically an air-gap between the two networks (i.e., there is no packet forwarding between the two networks). All traffic coming in from the wireless network terminates on the WDM. Wireless data is collected by the WDM using the wireless network port and is stored in its cache. Plant applications access data from WDM using one of the standard industrial protocols such as Modbus, OPC-UA, OPC-DA or CDA via the plant network port. Because external hosts only communicate with the proxy agent, internal IP addresses are not made known to the outside world. This approach is much more secure than any firewall, including application aware firewalls. WDM supports the Modbus protocol so that any standard measurement, status, or other parameter can be read by any Modbus application. Users can configure register number assignments based on their needs. The device supports Modbus RTU (RS-232 and RS-485) and Modbus TCP/IP interfaces. OPC The WDM hosts an OPC Unified Architecture (UA) server, which provides open system communication to ISA100 Wireless data. OPC UA provides a service-oriented architecture (SOA) for industrial applications. This platform-independent OPC server integrates the different flavors of the former OPC specifications (OPC DA, OPC HA and OPC AE) into a unified address space accessible with a single set of services. WDM exposes process data only over the OPC UA interface. The historical data or alarm/events are not currently supported. For OPC-based The Application Proxy Agent is supplemented by two firewalls applications that only support DCOM/COM-based OPC, WDM implemented inside the WDM. These firewalls allow only a small offers an OPCUA Proxy that, when installed on the client number of ports to enter the WDM from the wireless network. machine, enables communication between a DCOM/COM-based WDM also firewalls the plant network to allow only a limited OPC client and the WDM OPC UA server. number of protocols to enter WDM from the plant network side. HART End-to-end 128-bit Encryption The WDM takes advantage of the ISA100 Wireless standard to ensure the integrity of the message. As such, process data is AES-128 bit encrypted at the source and decrypted at the destination (i.e., the WDM). This provides end-to-end security for the process data. Gateway Features Like other intelligent digital field instruments, ISA100 Wireless field instruments offer important diagnostic data. The WDM’s HART interface allows users to access the diagnostics information from their favorite field instrument management system without native support for ISA100 Wireless, such as Honeywell’s Field Device Manager R430 and earlier. This enables ISA100 Wireless field instruments to be monitored like The WDM manages the communication between wireless field any other HART field instrument. instruments (transmitters or actuators) and process control The HART interface (HART IP) is also used to access applications. The device can be connected to the wired process diagnostics from HART devices connected to OneWireless control network at the Level 2 or Wireless DMZ (refer to the Adapter. OneWireless Network Overview document). OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification 5 Experion PKS CDA Enraf Interface WDM supports the Experion PKS CDA communication protocol, The Enraf interface allows communication between the allowing Experion PKS 410 nodes and later such as C series Honeywell Enraf Flexline Radar gauges, Enraf Wireless Field controllers and ACE nodes to communicate directly with the Interface (WFI) and Enraf Entis Pro software application. WDM and ISA100 Wireless field devices. Leveraging ISA100 Wireless, tunneling capability, the Enraf’s Gateway General Client Interface radar tank gauge, SmartRadar Flexline and Servo gauge equipped with WFI, can wirelessly send level and custody The Gateway General Client Interface (GCI) allows third-party transfer information to Enraf’s inventory management application, client applications to communicate with ISA100 Wireless devices i.e. Entis Pro. using the native ISA100 Wireless protocol. ISA100 Wireless can tunnel or encapsulate other protocols (e.g., proprietary, HART, FOUNDATION* fieldbus) and transport data between the host application and device. The GCI interface is currently used by Bently Nevada’s System1 applications and SKF’s @ptitude Analyst to communicate with their respective wireless vibration devices. Honeywell’s Field Device Manager also uses the GCI to manage the health of ISA100 Wireless field devices. Experion Integration OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification 6 Users of Experion PKS R410 or higher can easily add and The tight integration with Experion significantly simplifies the configure ISA100 field devices to their control system. Using management and monitoring of the ISA100 network including Experion Control Builder, users add their Wireless Device associated system alarms. Managers to their control system. All ISA100 field instruments associated to a Wireless Device Manager are automatically detected and displayed in Experion Control Builder. Users can then configure the field instruments and incorporate them in their With Experion’s native support for ISA100 Wireless, users do not need to do any data mapping or non-value-added engineering such as custom faceplates and custom-detailed displays. control strategies. Web-based User Interface The WDM provides an unbelievable user experience with its optimized, web-based user interfaces and pre-built reports. The user interface is designed to simplify device configuration, security configuration, and monitoring of the ISA100 Wireless network. It comprises the following main elements: Ribbon Bar – The Ribbon Bar allows for immediate access to commonly-used functions, such as filtering or channel activate/inactivate. It consists of groupings of user interface controls for controlling display elements and accessing various functions for managing, monitoring and maintaining the OneWireless Network. These user interface controls are contextual and are enabled based on user role and devices/channels selected in the Selection Panel or the Map View. Map View – The Map View provides a visual representation of the OneWireless Network and its wireless coverage. Selection Panel – The Selection Panel displays a list of all the ISA100 Wireless devices that are configured in the OneWireless Network. Property Panel – The Property Panel contains configuration properties of all the ISA100 Wireless devices configured in the OneWireless Network. Status Bar – The Status Bar provides an overview of the network status by displaying the number of online devices, active alarms, and the progress of any maintenance operation. OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification Users can quickly assess the performance of their network and devices via pre-built reports: 7 Hardware Design The WDM is a rugged, compact, embedded device, with a small Battery Life – Lists all devices that require battery replacement and/or have battery level less than 50%. footprint which saves users real estate space. All ports are Device Health Overview – Lists all the devices with wireless network disconnection and alarms. wireless field network to another network. The WDM provides Connection Summary – Lists all connections with a poor or unacceptable signal quality. mounting kit and wall mounting kit, allowing users to easily mount Device Summary – Provides a summary of each device configured in the network. Using the filter option on the Ribbon Bar, users can remove devices from the report. The WDM hosts a sleek, modern user interface, which leverages readily accessible from the front for easy connection of the flexible mounting options – it comes with both a DIN-rail the device in a field cabinet or on a wall. the latest web technology. Users, with valid username and Connection History – Lists all the history of connection changes. password, can manage the wireless field instrument network Device History – Lists all device status changes. connection, eliminating the need for any software installation on a from any PC with a standard web browser via a secure HTTPS PC. Technical Specifications Model Number WDMX General Certification: CE, FCC Class A, UL, CCC Dimensions: 110 x 155 x 140 mm (4.4" x 6.1" x 5.6") Weight: 2.0 kg Power Consumption: 24 W (Typical) Power Requirement: 9 (Min.) ~ 36 (Max.) VDC (e.g +24 V @ 1.25 A) Mounting: DIN-rail, Wall Hardware Indicators: Power, IDE, LAN (Active, Status), Serial (Tx, Rx) Serial Ports: 1 x RS-232 and 1 X RS-485 with DB9 Connectors LAN:3 x 10/100/1000 Base-T RJ-45 ports (PCN, FDN, and Redundant Private Path) USB: 4 x USB, EHCI, Rev 2.0 Compliant Environment Operation Temperature: -10 to +65 °C (14 to 149 °F) Storage Temperature: -20 to +80 °C (-4 to 176 °F) Operating Humidity: 20 to 95% (non-condensing) Storage Humidity: 0 to 95% (non-condensing) Shock Protection: IEC 68 2-27 Vibration Protection: IEC 68 2-64 (Random 1 Oct/min, 1 hr/axis) Certification CE, FCC Class A, UL, CCC Languages English Field Network Capacity 40 access points (Cisco 1552S Access Points and/or FDAPs as access points) 40 Field Device Routers 100 ISA100 Wireless Field Instruments Supported Field Device Update Rates 1, 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds for published attributes OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification Model Number WDMX Field Communication Modbus RTU (RS-232 and RS-485) and Modbus TCP/IP (up to 10 clients) HART RTU (RS-232 and RS-485) (1 client) HART IP (up to 5 clients) OPC UA (up to 5 clients) OPC DA using provided OPC-UA to OPC-DA proxy installed on client PC (up to 5 clients) Honeywell Experion PKS CDA communication protocol (up to 5 display clients and 5 peer clients) Gateway General Client Interface (up to 5 clients) Enraf Serial (1 client) Enraf UDP (up to 12 clients) 1 Supported Web Browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher Firefox 3.6 or higher Google Chrome 12.0 or higher Number of Supported Web Clients 2 clients Web Client Refresh Rate 5 seconds Maximum Number of Alarms and Events 1000 alarms Redundancy Control processing switchover interruption time: 15 seconds 24576 events Maximum initial synchronization time: 180 seconds Supported Number of Parallel Firmware Upgrades for Field Devices 3 devices (recommended) Supported Provisioning Handheld All handheld platforms with a Windows Mobile 5.0 or higher operating system and an Infrared Red (IrDA) port Important Note: Honeywell uses Allen-Bradley’s 1606-XLP30E power supply to power the Wireless Device Manager. 1 The user interface is designed for and recommended to be run in the browser in full screen with a resolution of 1280 X 1024 8 OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification Technical Drawing 9 OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification Model Selection Guide 10 OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification 11 ® OneWireless™ and XYR™ are trademarks and Experion is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc. *All other products and brand names shown are trademarks of their respective owners. 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