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HART Communication with DVC6200

HART Communication with DVC6200

HART Communication with DVC6200

For this specific project i got a DVC6200 that i want to communicate through HART. I am using Scadapack 474 and the expansion 6602 for it has 4 AO. My question is can i feed 4-20 mA to DVC 6200 as loop power and get the signal back from positioner in HART to the 6602 AI?
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RE: HART Communication with DVC6200

I searched the SCADAPAK 474 manual here:
for the term "HART".

The term HART appears six times, only in relation to the 6602 HART AI module, which means there's nothing written in that manual about using HART communications.

Searching for the word "protocol" in the same manual, it mentions separate manuals for DNP3, Modbus and IEC 60870, but does mention not HART.

The 6602 spec sheet
has this statement: HART pass-through is a TCP/IP service on the SCADAPack, enabled using RemoteConnect software. Pass-through requires installation of a Schneider Electric HART communication DTM on the remote server or AMS (Asset Management Software) system.

You don't mention AMS, so anything you need to do with HART is Scadapak related. Unless you can find out how to do HART communications in a Scadapak manual, it is probably is not doable.

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