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HART HIGHWAY ADDRESSABLE REMOTE TRANSDUCER

Contents
What is HART? Working Principle Design Objectives Installation Benefits Assumption & limitation Future work Conclusion

Definition
HART stands for Highway

Addressable Remote Transducer. HART is the global standard for sending and receiving digital information across analog wires. HART is a bi-directional communication protocol.

WORKING PRINCIPLE
HART (Highway Addressable

Remote Transducer) was developed by Fisher Rosemount to retrofit 4-to-20mA current loop transducers with digital data communication.
HART-protocol uses the principle of

frequency modulation for the exchange dynamic at 1200 baud. HART uses low frequencies (1200Hz and 2200 Hz) to deal with poor cabling, its rate is 1200 dB but sufficient.

Design objectives
Data acquisition
Test station Data Acquisiton Component Hart Communications
LabVIEW front panel component GUI Data analysis component Excel and Text File E-mail component

component Lab VIEW front panel component Data analysis component E-mail component Data visualization component

Data visualization component 3 dimenional graphing

installation

benefits
HART technology can help us:
Leverage the capabilities of a full set of intelligent device data for operational

improvements. Gain early warnings to variances in device, product or process performance. Speed the troubleshooting time between the identification and resolution of problems. Continuously validate the integrity of loops and control/automation system strategies. Increase asset productivity and system availability. Increase Plant Availability Reduce Maintenance Costs Improve regulatory compliance

Assumption & limitation


Maximum number of

sensors is twelve. Data precision is based on auxiliary computer. Maximum of 600 data points per run. Accuracy to three decimal places. Will not perform statistical Analysis.

Future work
Communication with

multiple HART devices. Further development of 3-D Modeling. Implementation of web based server.

Conclusion
Encountered Problems are; Software vendor backed out of software agreement Software version incompatibility Poster printing Feature Creep Time zone differences Language barriers with tech support But in Future, Communication with multiple HART devices. Further development of 3-D modeling. Implementation of web based server.

Summary:Current problem Error prone manual data collection Proposed solution Accurate automated data collection Implementation of solution HART device Lab VIEW

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