FieldComm Group Releases Updated HART Technical Overview

March 27, 2018
The technical manual is intended to help readers understand the features and benefits of HART technology do.

FieldComm Group, in collaboration with author Romilly Bowden, releases the updated version of HART Technical Overview, a technical manual intended to help readers understand the features and benefits of HART technology – how it works and what it can do.

The book has been extensively revised and now includes HART 7 with its many new commands and features, including WirelessHART and HART-IP. It offers an alternative, less formal treatment compared with the technical specifications of HART, though it cannot serve as a replacement for the specifications.

Along with a glossary and appendices, the book contains chapters covering:

  • Industrial Communications
  • HART – An Overview
  • The FDK HART Physical Signal
  • FDK HART System Components
  • HART Message Structure
  • Message Transactions
  • Data
  • Commands
  • Status Indications
  • Host Connection Procedure
  • Device Families
  • Discrete Devices
  • WirelessHART
  • WirelessHART Network Features
  • Wireless Message Structure
  • Wireless Key Performance Indicators
  • Device Descriptions
  • Compatibility

The book is available for purchase on Amazon.

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