Process Solutions Technical Information OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification Release 220 OW03-650-220, September 2013 OneWireless Network Overview Honeywell OneWireless™ Network is an industrial wireless mesh network capable of simultaneously supporting ISA100 Wireless 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 instrument network, including ISA100 Wireless field instruments, FDAPs, Cisco Aironet1552S Access ® Points with embedded ISA100 Wireless radio, and HART devices connected wirelessly through the Honeywell OneWireless Adapter. The FDAP is an industrial meshing access point providing secure and reliable wireless coverage for ISA100 Wireless field instruments only. It uses advanced spatial diversity techniques to mitigate multipath induced communication problems found in typical industrial environments and thereby improve communication reliability and increase effective range. The FDAP self-discovers and forms an ISA100 Wireless-based wireless mesh network that routes data to and from wireless field instruments and process control applications. The Cisco 1552S is an industrial meshing access point that provides secure and reliable wireless coverage for IEEE 802.11b/g/n wireless devices and ISA100 Wireless field instruments. Cisco access points self- Product Overview The FDAP is an industrial meshing access point for ISA100 Wireless field instruments. Once implemented in a plant, FDAP self-discovers other neighboring ISA100 Wireless devices (e.g., Cisco access points, other FDAPs, and ISA100 Wireless field Instruments) to form a reliable and secure ISA100 Wirelessbased wireless mesh network. The device can support all ISA100 Wireless field instruments including wired HART instruments connected to the OneWireless Adapter. discover and form a high-speed IEEE 802.11-based wireless The FDAP uses an advanced spatial diversity scheme combined mesh network that routes data to and from wireless clients (e.g., with Honeywell’s intelligent wireless algorithm to significantly Wi-Fi clients, wired Ethernet devices and wireless field improve the communication reliability in extreme multi-path instruments) and process control applications. The Cisco environments and extend the wireless coverage for ISA100 Wireless Controller provides real-time communications between Wireless field instruments by a factor of 1.5 compared to ISA100 the 1552S access points access points in order to simplify the Wireless routing devices without diversity. deployment and operation of wireless networks. The controller delivers centralized security policies, wireless intrusion prevention system (wIPS) capabilities, award-winning RF management, and quality of service (QoS) for process data, voice and video. OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification 2 Key Benefits Robust Embedded Security for ISA100 Communications • Provides superior performance in multi-path and non-line-ofsight environments. Security is a primary concern for the process automation • Enables using wireless field instruments for applications requiring fast reporting rates (less than 10 seconds) and short latency (less than 250 ms). requires all process data to be AES-128-bit encrypted. The data • Optimizes the battery life of a wireless field instrument. community. To mitigate security threats, ISA100 Wireless is encrypted and decrypted at the field I/O device and WDM level to provide end-to-end security for the process data. • Enables wireless field devices in areas where Wi-Fi radios are not allowed. In addition to data encryption, the ISA100 Wireless standard • Reduces the number of ISA100 Wireless routing devices needed for optimal wireless coverage of ISA100 Wireless field instruments. joining the network. The ISA100 Wireless standard supports two • Helps reduce operating costs (fewer lined powered routing devices and optimized batteries for wireless field instruments). layer of security as it requires users to be physically next to the Hardware supports both authentication key distribution methods. The FDAP is a 24 VDC or 120/230 VAC powered field device featuring an ISA100 Wireless radio with spatial diversity and one Ethernet input for optional connection to a wired network or a wireless access point. Users terminate the power cable and Ethernet cable inside the unit, eliminating the need for a separate enclosure or junction box for termination in hazardous environments. The FDAP comes in two models: one model certified for Div 2/Zone 2 areas and a second certified for Div 1/Zone 0 areas. requires each wireless field device to be authenticated before types of authentication key distribution: over-the-air and infrared. The infrared authentication key distribution method adds another wireless field instrument to add it to the network. The FDAP The authentication keys are managed by the WDM. A handheld device is used when opting for the infrared authentication key distribution. The handheld uploads the authentication keys from the WDM and downloads keys to field devices using short-range infrared communication. The FDAP features a conveniently located IR port for use in device commissioning. Once a key is deployed to an ISA100 Wireless field device, including the FDAP, it is validated by the WDM before the ISA100 Wireless field device can join the ISA100 Wireless network. Key deployment is a one-time activity which means that devices can re-join the Access Point and Field Router network after power-down or other service interruptions without The FDAP can be used as an access point and as a field router. re-keying the device. When the FDAP is connected to a wired backbone such as a local area network (LAN) via an Ethernet port, the FDAP acts as an access point and will route the ISA100 Wireless traffic via the Ethernet connection to the WDM. When the FDAP is installed as a router in the field but not connected to a wired backbone, the FDAP acts a repeater and will route the ISA100 Wireless traffic to another routing field device. Self-Configuring and Self-Healing Mesh The FDAP self-discovers other neighboring ISA100 Wireless devices to form a reliable and secure ISA100 Wireless-based wireless mesh network. Honeywell’s intelligent wireless routing algorithm enables the FDAP to identify the best route to send data to and from wireless field instruments. This algorithm optimizes the field instrument mesh network when FDAPs are added to or removed from the network. The FDAP radio operates in the license-free 2.4 GHz ISM band using the ISA100 Wireless radio which is a standard-based IEEE 802.15.4 radio. Remote and Local Configuration FDAPs require little configuration. All configuration parameters are easily accessible from the WDM which centralizes all key functions required to manage the field instrument network and wireless field devices. Lightning Surge Arrestors and Antenna Selection FDAPs come with the choice of integral and remote surge arrestors as well as integral and remote antennas. The antenna selection includes integrated omni-directional antennas and remote-mounted, high-gain, directional and omni-directional antennas. The FDAP supports a variety of high and low gain directional antennas to provide flexibility in installation and maximum performance of the wireless system. OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification 3 Hardware Specifications Model Numbers FDAP1 (Class 1 Div 1/Zone 0) FDAP2 (Class 1 Div 2/Zone 2) Multiple Standards/Field Protocols ISA100 Wireless Weight 3.86 kg (5.5 lbs) Dimensions 216 x 170 x 86 mm (8.47 x 6.73 x 3.37 in) Power 24 VDC +/- 10% at 5 Watts 90 – 264 VAC, 50/60 Hz External Ports and Connections 2 X external antenna ports for 2.4 GHz ISA100 Wireless field instruments Internal Connections 1 X 10/100 Mbps auto negotiation Ethernet port 1 X shielded power cable 1 X grounding cable Environmental Ratings IP54, NEMA Type 4X, G3 Corrosion resistance per ANSI/ISA-S71.041985 Operating Temperature -40 to +75 °C Transportation and Storage Temperature -40 to +85 °C Operating Humidity 0~100% non-condensing Transportation and Storage Humidity 0~100% non-condensing Mechanical Shock 4G Data Rates and Modulations Radio: 250 Kbps, DSSS/ O-QPSK Wire: 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet Frequency Band and Unlicensed ISM Band (2.4 – 2.483 GHz) Operating Channels 13 DSSS channels for ISA100 Wireless Compliance Radio Approvals FCC Part 15.247 Subparts B and C Canada – Industry Canada Australia – ACMA AS NZS 4771-2000 Method RSS-210, Issue 7 RSS-Gen, Issue 2 ICES-003, Issue 4 European Union – ETSI EN 300 328 V1.7.1 EN 301 893 V1.4.1 EN 301 489-17 V1.2.1 EN 301 489-1 V1.6.1 IEC61326-1, 2005 CE Mark R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC LVD Directive 73/23/EEC ATEX Directive 94/9/EC OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification 4 Hazardous Environment Ratings FDAP1 Model: FM: Class I, Division 1 Group C, D / Zone 0 Group IIB T4 FDAP2 Model: FM: Class I, Division 2 Group A, B, C, D / Zone 2 Group IIC T4 ATEX: II 3G Ex nA [nL] IIC T4 Security 128-bit AES encryption Quality of Service Supported Transmit Power DSSS: 18 dBm (maximum) Receive Sensitivity (Typical) DSSS (2.4 GHz): -95 dBm @ 250 kbps Network Interface 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, autosensing Number of Supported Honeywell OneWireless XYR™ 6000 Field Instruments FDAP as an access point (connected to a high speed backbone ): 1 18 ISA100 Wireless Field Instruments at 1 second reporting rate 60 ISA100 Wireless Field Instruments at 5 seconds or greater reporting rate FDAP as a router (routing data to another ISA100 device): 10 ISA100 Wireless Field Instruments at 1 second reporting rate 20 ISA100 Wireless Field Instruments at 5 seconds or more reporting rate Number of Supported Enraf FlexLine Radar Gauges 1 FDAP as an access point (connected to a high speed backbone ): 13 Enraf FlexLine Radar Gauges FDAP as a router (routing data to another ISA100 device): 10 Honeywell Enraf FlexLine Radar Gauges with 1 second publication rate with input only channels 5 devices with 1 second publication rate with both input and output channels Number of Supported SKF WVT Field Devices 1 FDAP as an access point (connected to a high speed backbone ): 15 Wireless Vibration Transmitter (WVT) Field Devices FDAP as a router (routing data to another ISA100 device): 10 Wireless Vibration Transmitter (WVT) Field Devices Maximum Number of Wireless Network Hops Between an Access Point and a Field Device 4 hops Warranty 1 year ECCN 5A002 ENC OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification Technical Drawing . 5 OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification Model Selection Guide 6 OneWireless Field Device Access Point Specification 1 7 Field Instruments with Input channels only XYR™ and OneWireless™ are trademarks of Honeywell International Inc. 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