Wireless Device Manager

Wireless Device Manager

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OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager (WDM) manages the ISA100 Wireless field device network and field instrumentation such as Honeywell’s OneWireless XYR™ 6000 transmitters and OneWireless Field Device Access Points, Cisco® Aironet® 1552S Access Points, HART® devices, and third-party field devices.

Users can add and commission ISA100 Wireless field instruments in less than two minutes without having to do any data mapping or non-value-added engineering due to features such as Experion® CDA and Honeywell Enraf interface, over-the-air firmware upgrades and provisioning, and an intuitive Web-based user interface.

WDM hosts the ISA100 Wireless system manager, security manager and gateway.

  • As a gateway, WDM handles communication between ISA100 Wireless field instruments and information systems. It hosts a rich portfolio of interfaces, including Modbus, HART, OPC-UA, OPC-DA, and Experion CDA, Honeywell Enraf and Gateway General Client Interface (GCI)

  • As a system manager, it governs field devices and the communication between them

  • As a security manager, it issues security keys to wireless devices for joining the wireless network.

 

With WDM, users are able to:

  • Rapidly integrate wireless field instruments into their control and advanced applications

  • Easily monitor and troubleshoot the wireless network with preconfigured report and key performance indicators

  • Reduce cyber security threats with an application proxy agent and a secured HTTPS-based interface

  • Increase data availability and overall network reliability through redundancy capabilities.

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Honeywell Network and Field Instrumentation Wireless BrochureA complete look at our wireless portfolio of network equipment and field instrumentation portfolio.6.04 MBBrochure3 Feb 2014
OneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager SpecificationOneWireless™ Wireless Device Manager Specification.684.74 KBTech Spec23 Oct 2013
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Non-instantiable versions of the DDs for Multi AI/DI XYR 6000 STUW700 TransmitterNon-instantiable versions of the DDs for Multi AI/DI XYR 6000 STUW700 Transmitter for use with non-Honeywell gateways that don’t support channel instantiation. Channels are fixed at CH01= Temp, CH02= DI, CH03= AI.37.05 KBSoftware Download27 Aug 2012
Non-instantiable versions of the DDs for Multi AI/DI/DO XYR 6000 STUW701 TransmitterTransmitter for use with non-HW gateways that don't support channel instantiation. Channels are fixed at CH01= Temp, CH02= DI, CH03= DO.37.31 KBSoftware Download27 Aug 2012
Non-instantiable version of the DDs for the Temperature/DI XYR 6000 STTW401 TransmitterNon-instantiable version of the DDs for the Temperature/DI XYR 6000 STTW401 transmitter for use with non-Honeywell gateways that don't support channel instantiation. Channels are fixed at CH01= Temp, CH02= DI, CH03= DI.34.77 KBSoftware Download27 Aug 2012
X Series Application Note 22, 43-TV-07-22 X Series Remote Wireless Data Acquisition 1.18 MBSupport Application Note14 Feb 2012
X series Application Note 21, 43-TV-07-21 R200 Wireless Modbus Interface656.47 KBSupport Application Note14 Feb 2012
Wireless Communication and the HC900 Product note describing HC900 and wireless communication interface897.85 KBSupport Application Note14 Feb 2008
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