Emerson Fisher 4320 Quick Setup Guide

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4310/4320 Wireless Position Monitor Burst
Configuration and Diagnostics
This document applies to:
Fisherr 4320 Device Type 1308 (hex) 4872 (decimal)
TopWorx™ 4310 Device Type E0CE (hex) 57550 (decimal)
Device Revision 2
Firmware Revision 2
DD Revision 1, 3
This document will guide you through burst configuration and diagnostics using AMS Device Manager. Burst can be
configured the same way using the 475 Field Communicator. Refer to the appropriate instruction manual
[D103391X012 (4310) or D103392X012 (4320)], available from your Emerson Process Management sales office, or
www.Fisher.com, for the Field Communicator menu trees.
Access burst configuration by selecting the Broadcast Information tab from Configure, Manual Setup.
For each Burst Message that represents a HART
r
command whose content can be modified (Commands 3, 9, or 178)
the following menu items are available: Enabled/Disabled, Message Content, Content Details, Trigger Details, Update
Details.
In each burst message configuration menu, the following items appear:
Enabled / Disabled—select On (WirelessHART
r
) to request network bandwidth allocation for this burst message. Select
Off to disable this burst message and release bandwidth allocation back to the network.
Message Content—choose between:
Primary Variable (HART command 1)
PV %Range, Loop Current (command 2 - not recommended but available if a control system requires it)
Dynamic Variables, Current (command 3)
Selected Device Variables (command 9)
Additional Device Status (command 48)
Emerson Specific (command 178), (Press the HELP key for explanation)
Content Details—appears only if selected Message Content is user-configurable (commands 3, 9, and 178).
You may assign the desired device variables to individual slots in the message. In the 'Selected Device Variables'
choice, the first slot assignment becomes the trigger variable when a trigger mode other than Continuous or
On-Change is used.
Trigger Details—select the trigger mode (Continuous, Windowed, Rising, Falling, or On-Change).
Trigger class and units must also be selected when trigger mode is not Continuous. (Press the HELP key while at the
Trigger Details menu item in the Burst Message menu for guidance).
Update Details—this menu structure varies based on the Message Content and Trigger Details selections.
Instruction Manual Supplement
D103558X012
4310/4320 Wireless Position Monitor
September 2013