Emerson 475 Field communicator Model 475FP1EKLUGMTAS,HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus, Made in Germany, 100% New and Original
The 475 Field Communicator builds on the industry-leading technology of the 375 Field Communicator while adding innovative new capabilities including color display, Bluetooth communication, and advanced field diagnostics with applications like ValveLink Mobile. What you get is the most powerful handheld available – universal, user upgradeable, intrinsically safe, rugged and reliable. Only the 475 Field Communicator can deliver all this in a single handheld communicator.
The 475 Field Communicator is designed to simplify your work in the field. The intuitive full color user interface allows you to leverage the same practices for both HART and Foundation fieldbus devices. It includes a larger touch screen than PDAs or Pocket PCs, supports HART versions 5, 6, and 7 (including WirelessHART?) devices, and allows you to upgrade your 475 Field Communicator onsite using the Internet.
See and Feel the Difference
The touch screen display uses transflective technology, making it easy to read in both bright sunlight and normal lighting. To make sure all conditions are covered, a multi-level backlight is included, allowing bright, crisp display even in plant areas with dim light.
The touch screen display and large physical navigation buttons provide for efficient use both on the bench and in the field. The icon-based user interface allows you to navigate quickly and efficiently.
The full color graphics capability is provided as standard with every 475 Field Communicator. It uses powerful EDDL technology to allow you to read data from field devices in a graphical manner. Charts, graphs, gauges, and product images are just a few of the ways in which important device data can be displayed using the 475 Field Communicator’s color LCD display.
The weight of the 475 Field Communicator is evenly distributed for comfortable one-handed operation in the field. It runs on Windows CE, a robust, real-time operating system. The 475 Field Communicator has plenty of memory to allow for future expansion. It has 32 MB of application memory and 1 GB of memory on its System Card.
New HART and Foundation Fieldbus devices, as well as functional updates to existing devices, are introduced continually by device vendors. Keeping up-to-date with the required Device Descriptions (DDs) for all the devices in your plant can be a real challenge.
With Easy Upgrade, when new HART and Foundation Fieldbus DDs become available, you can simply download them from the Internet and upgrade your 475 Field Communicator. Update at your site, within your control, when it’s convenient for you.
The Online Licensing capability provided with Easy Upgrade allows you to enable new options for your 475 Field Communicator over the Internet. With Online Licensing, powerful options like Foundation Fieldbus can be added by simply purchasing the license and downloading it directly to your communicator.
Universal – HART and Foundation Fieldbus
With over 1,300 different HART and Foundation Fieldbus devices available from more than 100 manufacturers, the 475 Field Communicator works with all your devices to positively impact your bottom line.
Through Easy Upgrade, you always have access to the latest HART and Fieldbus drivers. With the 475 Field Communicator, you are guaranteed universal HART and Foundation Fieldbus support in a single, intrinsically safe handheld communicator.
The 475 Field Communicator meets the Intrinsic Safety requirements of the listed regulatory agencies and standards. All of the available Hazardous Locations approvals are provided in a single model option (see Ordering Information).
Factory Mutual (FM)
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
Even the power module is approved for installation in hazardous areas.
Rugged and Reliable
It’s called “Field Communicator” for a reason. Some tasks just have to be performed at the device in the field. The 475 Field Communicator is designed for tough use in your plant or mill. Its large keys and physical navigation buttons allow for one-handed operation, even with your work gloves on. The rugged display is designed to take the knocks and shocks from normal use in the plant.
The 475 Field Communicator’s Protective Rubber Boot provides added protection in the field and in your toolbox. Both the rubber boot and 475 housing are designed in accordance with Intrinsic Safety standards to limit the build up of static electrical energy. The 475 Field Communicator is designed, manufactured, and tested to very demanding specifications. It is ready to go wherever you need to go to get the job done.
Interface with AMS Device Manager
The 475 Field Communicator is fully compatible with AMS Device Manager, the industry standard for asset management software. In fact, Control Magazine readers have selected AMS Device Manager as the #1 Calibration Software package for over 13 years in a row.
AMS Device Manager uses the intelligence from field devices to create a predictive maintenance environment. AMS Device Manager allows you to configure, calibrate, document, and troubleshoot HART, Foundation Fieldbus, and WirelessHART devices.
Transfer device configuration data to AMS Device Manager via the IrDA port or Bluetooth interface on your 475 Field Communicator and PC. Take your 475 Field Communicator out to the field to configure or update one or more devices. Save up to 1,000 device configurations in your communicator or transfer them to AMS Device Manager.
Together, the 475 Field Communicator and AMS Device Manager enable you to efficiently manage all of your devices.
Device Configuration Management
Identify Valve Problems
Diagnose Network Problems
(1) Base Model 475 includes Field Communicator unit with Color LCD display, System Card, leadset with connectors, carrying case, Getting Started Guide, Resource CD, stylus, and straps.
(2) Must specify Easy Upgrade Option (Code U) when ordering this model option.
(3) To obtain an Australia power cord, order part number 00375-0003-0003.
(4) This option should only be considered if the user already has a 375 or 475 Power Supply/Charger. If it is a 375 Power Supply / Charger, it must be the Li-Ion/NiMH version.
(5) The Easy Upgrade capability allows users to add new System Application software and Device Descriptions (DDs) to the 475 for a period of 3 years. To upgrade without
this feature, the System Card would have to be sent to a Service Center.
(6) The Graphics functionality enables a user to access enhanced grapical features when using the HART or Foundation Fieldbus application.
(7) Device Configuration Management provides the capablity to store in excess of 1,000 configurations and print them.
(8) Bluetooth enables communication to a PC via the Bluetooth protocol.
(9) A fully charged Lithium-Ion Power Module is capable of delivering power for 20 hours of typical field use. If requirements exceed this specification, a Spare Power Module (code A)
should be specified.
|Processor And Memory|
|Microprocessor||80 MHz Hitachi® SH3|
|Memory Internal Flash||32 MB|
|System Card||1 GB secure digital card|
|Weight||Approximately 1.65 lb. (0.75kg) with battery|
|Display||1/4 VGA (240 by 320 pixels) color, 3.5 in. (8.9 cm) transflective display with touchscreen|
|Keypad||25 keys including 4 action keys, 12 alphanumeric keys, tab key, function key, backlight key, power key, and 4 cursor-control (arrow) keys; membrane design with tactile feedback|
|Power Supply / Charger|
|Battery||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion power module|
|Battery Operating Time||20 hours – continuous use|
|40 hours – typical use|
|80 hours – standby mode|
|Battery Charger Options||Input voltage 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz|
|Cables included with U.S., Europe, and U.K. plugs|
|Battery Charger||Mini DIN 6-pin jack|
|HART and Fieldbus||Three 4mm banana jacks (one common to HART and Foundation Fieldbus)|
|IrDA Port||IrDA (Infrared Data Access) port supporting up to 115 Kbps|
|±15 degrees recommended maximum angle from center line|
|Approximately 18 in. (45.7 cm) recommended maximum distance|
|Bluetooth||Up to 32.8 ft. (10 m) communication distance|
|Uses standard Windows drivers|
|FCC, IC, and CE approvals|
|Certified for use in over 60 countries|
|Usage||-10°C (14°F) to +50°C (122°F)|
|Battery||0% to 95% RH (non-condensing) for 0°C (32°F) to +50°C (122°F)|
|Charge||10°C (50°F) to +40°C (104°F)|
|Storage With Batteries||-20°C (-4°F) to +55°C (131°F)|
|Storage Without Batteries||-20°C (-4°F) to +60°C (140°F)|
|Enclosure Rating||IP51 (from front)|
|Shock||Tested to survive a 1-meter drop test onto concrete|
|Easy Upgrade Requirements|
|Usage||PC with Internet access|
|CD Rom drive|
|IrDA port (or adapter) or Bluetooth (or adapter)|
|SD Card Reader (required for some upgrades)|
|Windows XP (SP2 or SP3), Windows Vista Business (SP1), or Windows 7|
|475||Field Communicator (1)|
|F||HART and Foundation Fieldbus(2)|
|P||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Power Module|
|1||Power Supply and Charger NiMH/Li-Ion (US/UK/EU connection types included)(3)|
|9||Not included (4)|
|KL||ATEX, FM, CSA and IECEx Intrinsically Safe (includes FISCO as applicable)|
|U||Easy Upgrade (3 year) Option(5)|
|GM||Graphics (included at No Charge)(6)|
|Device Configuration Management (included at No Charge)(7)|
|T||Bluetooth Communication (8)|
|9||No Bluetooth Communication|
|A||Spare Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Power Module(9)|
|S||Protective Rubber Boot with Stand|
Typical HART Model Number: 475 H P 1 E KL U GMT S
Typical HART/Fieldbus Model Number: 475 F P 1 E KL U GMT S
|475FP9ENAUGM9||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGM9S||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGM9A||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGM9AS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGMT||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGMTS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGMTA||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9ENAUGMTAS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGM9||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGM9S||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGM9A||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGM9AS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGMT||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGMTS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGMTA||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP9EKLUGMTAS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGM9||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGM9S||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGM9A||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGM9AS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGMT||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGMTS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGMTA||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1ENAUGMTAS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGM9||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGM9S||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGM9A||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGM9AS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGMT||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGMTS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGMTA||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|
|475FP1EKLUGMTAS||HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus|