FOUNDATION FIeldbus Linking Device LD 800HSE

FOUNDATION FIeldbus Linking Device LD 800HSE
Data Sheet
FOUNDATION FIeldbus Linking Device
LD 800HSE / LD 800HSE EX
The FOUNDATION Fieldbus Linking Device LD 800HSE is
registered according to class 42c of the HSE profile, therefore
providing the following functions:
−− Identification of devices connected to the H1 links
−− Configuration of connected H1 devices through System
Management and Network Management via HSE
−− Access to the function blocks of connected H1 devices via HSE
−− Republishing of process data between H1 links
−− Republishing of process data from H1 to HSE and vice versa
−− Distribution of alarms and events sent by H1 devices
In each of the four H1 channels the Linking Device operates
as the Link Master as well as the SM Time Publisher.
Function
LD 800HSE is a highly compact gateway between four FF H1 links
and FF HSE suited for redundant use. The linking device meets
protection class IP20 and is DIN rack mountable. It is powered by
24 Vdc and supports Ethernet 10 Mbit/s and 100 Mbit/s.
Functionality
General
−− Linking device according to class 42c of FF HSE profile
−− Connects up to four H1 links to an HSE subnet
−− Certified for decentralized installation in hazardous areas
Zone 2 / Division 2
−− cULus Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
− − IECEx Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
− − ATEX II 3G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
−− G3 coated acc. to:
− − ANSI/ISA7104
− − EN 60068-2-60
H1
−− System Management Manager
−− Network Management Manager
−− Client for object access
−− Publisher and Subscriber of process data
−− Reception of alarms and events
−− Link Master, SM Time Publisher
Maximum Limits per H1 Channel
Connections (VCRs) - overall
1
- Source + Sink
2
- Client + Server
Gateway
−− Identification of devices connected to the H1 links
−− Configuration of connected H1 devices through System
Management and Network Management via HSE
−− Access to the function blocks of connected H1 devices via HSE
−− Republishing of process data between H1 links
−− Republishing of process data from H1 to HSE and vice versa
−− Distribution of alarms and events sent by H1 devices
HSE
−− System Management Agent
−− Network Management Agent
−− Server providing object access to H1 devices
−− Publishing/Subscribing of process data from/to H1 devices
−− Distribution of alarms and events sent by H1 devices
−− Time synchronization via SNTP
−− IP address configurable via integrated web server
Maximum Limits of the Linking Device on HSE
Configured HSE sessions
Configured HSE VCRs
Automatic HSE sessions
64
400
32
Atomatic HSE VCRs
256
H1-H1 republishings
64
2 Data Sheet | LD 800HSE & LD 800HSE EX
- Publisher + Subrscriber
LAS shedules
Sub-schedules
Sequences per sub-schedule
Elements per sequence
Size of LAS schedule domain [octets]
128
20
40
100
2
4
64
4
2000
The total number of Source/Sink, Client/Server, and Publisher/Subscriber VCRs in an
H1 channel cannot exceed this value.
2
As the LD 800HSE does not generate alarms, there is no practical use case for
Source VCRs.
1
Integration into the Industrial IT System Structure
Within a typical Industrial IT system structure as shown in
Figure 1 a FOUNDATION Fieldbus subsystem is linked to the
control system via the HSE subnet. The linking devices LD
800HSE serve as gateways between the field devices on the
H1 links and the HSE subnet. The FOUNDATION Fieldbus
subsystem consists of linking devices and possibly other
devices which communicate with one another using the HSE
protocol and subsidiary H1 links. As a device registered as
a class 42c device of the HSE profile the LD 800HSE allows
process data that are being published cyclically on the
subsidiary H1 links to be republished on the HSE subnet. By
using HSE republishing, it is possible to configure cyclical
communication between field devices on different H1 links
and devices on the HSE subnet. Furthermore alarms and
events from H1 devices are communicated to the Connectivity
Servers FF, thus allowing seemless integration in the overall
800xA alarm management philosophy.
The displayed system structure also includes redundant LD
800HSE. The corresponding H1 ports of both physical linking
devices making up a redundant set of linking devices are
connected to the same H1 link. Both physical devices belonging
to a redundant set are connected via a serial RS-232 null
modem cable for exchanging redundancy control information.
Within a typical 800xA system structure system structure the
FOUNDATION Fieldbus subsystem is interfaced to the IEC 61131
controller using the communication interface module CI860 in the
AC 800M which acts as HSE host on the HSE subnet.
Figure 1. Sample System Structure with FF Network
LD 800HSE & LD 800HSE EX | Data Sheet 3
Power Supply
Mechanical Properties
Supply voltage
24 V DC (+− 20%)
Current consumption
typ. 200 mA
Power dissipation
typ. 4.8 W
Dimensions
(length x height x width)
47 x 131 x 111 mm,
mounted on DIN rail 35 mm
Environmental Conditions
Weight
approx. 0.4 kg
Degree of protection
IP 20
Operating temperature
0° C ... +55° C,
non-vertical mounting and hampered air
convectionn may reduce upper temperature limit
Ethernet Interface
H1 Fieldbus Interface
Storage temperature
−20° C ... +70° C
Relative humidity
0% ... 95%, non-condesing
Number of channels
1
Port
Ethernet 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, TJ45
Transfer rates
10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s (autosensing)
Number of channels
4
Port
FF H1 3-pole screw terminals (pluggable)
transformer coupling
galvanically isolated
Physical layer profile
type 114, standard power signalling, separately powered, not intrinsically safe
Transfer rate
31.25 kbit/s
Serial Interface
Port
9-pole SubD male RS-232, 115.2 kbit/s
Certifications
CE compliance acc. to EMC Directive 2004/108/EG (EMC), 2006/95/EG (Low Voltage) and 94/9/EG (ATEX)
Electro Magnetic Compatibilty (EMC) acc. to. FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A,
VCCI Class 2 Information Technology Equipment 2002
Shock and Vibration acc. to DIN IEC68 Part 2
Certifications
G3 coated acc. to ANSI/ISA 71.04, EN60068-2-60
(LD 800HSE EX only)
Hazardous Location Certification:
Accessories
Contact us
www.abb.com/800xA
UL
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
IECEx
Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
ATEX
II 3G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
Redundancy Link Cable 0.5 m (to be ordered separately)
3BSE081418 en
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