What is HART Protocol ? (2022)

HART Overview

The majority of smart field devices installed worldwide today are HART-enabled. But some new in the automation field may need a refresher on this powerful technology.

Simply put, the HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) Protocol is the global standard for sending and receiving digital information across analog wires between smart devices and control or monitoring system or Handheld communicators.

More specifically, HART is a bi-directional communication protocol that provides data access between intelligent field instruments and host systems (DCS/PLC or Handheld Communicator). A host can be any software application from technician’s hand-held device or laptop to a plant’s process control, asset management, safety or other system using any control platform.

HART Technology

HART technology is easy to use and very reliable when used for commissioning and calibration of smart devices as well as for continuous online diagnostics.

There are several reasons to have a host communicate with smart devices. These include:

  • Device Configuration or re-configuration
  • Device Diagnostics
  • Device Troubleshooting
  • Reading the additional measurement values provided by the device
  • Device Health and Status
  • Much more

Years of success using these benefits explain why HART technology is the largest of all communication protocols, installed in more than 30 million devicesworldwide.

If you’ve ever used a land-line telephone and noticed the Caller ID display to take note of who is calling, you already know half of what the HART Protocol does—it tells “who” is calling. In an industrial automation network “who” is a microprocessor-based smart field device. In addition to letting such smart field devices “phone home,” HART Communication lets a host system send data to the smart instrument.

HART emerged in the late1980s based on the same technology that brought Caller ID to analog telephony. It has undergone continued development, up to and including automation products now shipping with built-in WirelessHART Communication.

How HART Works

“HART” is an acronym for Highway Addressable Remote Transducer. The HART Protocol makes use of the Bell 202 Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) standard to superimpose digital communication signals at a low level on top of the 4-20mA.

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Frequency Shift Keying

The HART communication protocol is based on the Bell 202 telephone communication standard and operates using the frequency shift keying (FSK) principle. The digital signal is made up of two frequencies— 1,200 Hz and 2,200 Hz representing bits 1 and 0, respectively. Sine waves of these two frequencies are superimposed on the direct current (dc) analog signal cables to provide simultaneous analog and digital communications. Because the average value of the FSK signal is always zero, the 4–20 mA analog signal is not affected. The digital communication signal has a response time of approximately 2–3 data updates per second without interrupting the analog signal. A minimum loop impedance of 230 W is required for communication.

This enables two-way field communication to take place and makes it possible for additional information beyond just the normal process variable to be communicated to/from a smart field instrument. The HART Protocol communicates at 1200 bps without interrupting the 4-20mA signal and allows a host application (master) to get two or more digital updates per second from a smart field device. As the digital FSK signal is phase continuous, there is no interference with the 4-20mA signal.

HART technology is a master/slave protocol, which means that a smart field (slave) device only speaks when spoken to by a master. The HART Protocol can be used in various modes such as point-to-point or multidrop for communicating information to/from smart field instruments and central control or monitoring systems.

HART Communication occurs between two HART-enabled devices, typically a smart field device and a control or monitoring system. Communication occurs using standard instrumentation grade wire and using standard wiring and termination practices.

The HART Protocol provides two simultaneous communication channels: the 4-20mA analog signal and a digital signal. The 4-20mA signal communicates the primary measured value (in the case of a field instrument) using the 4-20mA current loop – the fastest and most reliable industry standard. Additional device information is communicated using a digital signal that is superimposed on the analog signal.

The digital signal contains information from the device including device status, diagnostics, additional measured or calculated values, etc. Together, the two communication channels provide a low-cost and very robust complete field communication solution that is easy to use and configure.

HART Networks

HART devices can operate in one of two network configurations—point-topoint or multidrop.

POINT-TO-POINT

In point-to-point mode, the traditional 4–20 mA signal is used to communicate one process variable, while additional process variables, configuration parameters, and other device data are transferred digitally using the HART protocol (Figure 2). The 4–20 mA analog signal is not affected by the HART signal and can be used for control in the normal way. The HART communication digital signal gives access to secondary variables and other data that can be used for operations, commissioning, maintenance, and diagnostic purposes.

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The HART Protocol provides for up to two masters (primary and secondary). This allows secondary masters such as handheld communicators to be used without interfering with communications to/from the primary master, i.e. control/monitoring system.

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The HART Protocol permits all digital communication with field devices in either point-to-point or multidrop network configurations:

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Multidrop Configuration

There is also an optional “burst” communication mode where a single slave device can continuously broadcast a standard HART reply message. Higher update rates are possible with this optional burst communication mode and use is normally restricted to point-to-point configuration.

The multidrop mode of operation requires only a single pair of wires and, if applicable, safety barriers and an auxiliary power supply for up to 15 field devices. All process values are transmitted digitally. In multidrop mode, all field device polling addresses are >0, and the current through each device is fixed to a minimum value (typically 4 mA).

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Communication Modes

1. Master Slave Mode

HART is a master-slave communication protocol, which means that during normal operation, each slave (field device) communication is initiated by a master communication device. Two masters can connect to each HART loop. The primary master is generally a distributed control system (DCS), programmable logic controller (PLC), or a personal computer (PC). The secondary master can be a handheld terminal or another PC. Slave devices include transmitters, actuators, and controllers that respond to commands from the primary or secondary master

2. Burst Mode

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Some HART devices support the optional burst communication mode. Burst mode enables faster communication (3–4 data updates per second). In burst mode, the master instructs the slave device to continuously broadcast a standard HART reply message (e.g., the value of the process variable). The master receives the message at the higher rate until it instructs the slave to stop bursting.

DEVICE DESCRIPTION

Some HART host applications use device descriptions (DD) to obtain information about the variables and functions contained in a HART field device. The DD includes all of the information needed by a host application to fully communicate with the field device. HART Device Description Language (DDL) is used to write the DD, that combines all of the information needed by the host application into a single structured file. The DD identifies which common practice commands are supported as well as the format and structure of all device-specific commands. A DD for a HART field device is roughly equivalent to a printer driver for a computer. DDs eliminate the need for host suppliers to develop and support custom interfaces and drivers.

A DD provides a picture of all parameters and functions of a device in a standardized language. HART suppliers have the option of supplying a DD for their HART field product. If they choose to supply one, the DD will provide information for a DD-enabled host application to read and write data according to each device’s procedures.

DD source files for HART devices resemble files written in the C programming language. DD files are submitted to the HCF for registration in the HCF DD Library. Quality checks are performed on each DD submitted to ensure specification compliance, to verify that there are no conflicts with DDs already registered, and to verify operation with standard HART hosts. The HCF DD Library is the central location for management and distribution of all HART DDs to facilitate use in host applications such as PCs and handheld terminals.

Benefits of Using HART

Engineers operating in analog automation environments no longer need utter the words “if only” as in “if only I could get the device information without going into the field” or “if only I could get this configuration information from that pressure transmitter into my PC.”

Users worldwide who have realized the benefits of HART Communication know that they can gain quick, easy visibility to devices in the field when using HART-enabled handheld test, calibration devices and portable computers. In fact, device testing, diagnostics and configuration has never been easier!

However, many have yet to realize HART technology’s greatest benefits which come from full-time connections with real-time asset management and/or control systems.

HART technology can help you:

  • 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

  • Integrate devices and systems for detection of previously undetectable problems.
  • Detect device and/or process connection problems real time.
  • Minimize the impact of deviations by gaining new, early warnings.
  • Avoid the high cost of unscheduled shutdowns or process disruptions.

Reduce Maintenance Costs

  • Quickly verify and validate control loop and device configuration.
  • Use remote diagnostics to reduce unnecessary field checks.
  • Capture performance trend data for predictive maintenance diagnostics.
  • Reduce spares inventory and device management costs.

Improve regulatory compliance

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  • Enable automated record keeping of compliance data.
  • Facilitates automated safety shutdown testing.
  • Raise SIL/safety integrity level with advanced diagnostics.
  • Take advantage of intelligent multivariable devices for more thorough, accurate reporting.

The standard features of HART technology range from simple compatibility with existing 4-20mA analog networks to a broad product selection:

  • Compatibility with standard 4-20mA wiring
  • Simultaneous transmission of digital data
  • Simplicity through intuitive menu-driven interfaces
  • Risk reduction through a highly accurate and robust protocol
  • Ease of implementation for maximum “up-front” cost effectiveness
  • Broad product selection, with compatible devices and software applications from most process automation providers
  • Platform independence for full interoperability in multi-vendor environments

HART Protocol Specifications

The HART Protocol was developed in the late 1980’s and transferred to the HART Foundation in the early 1990’s. Since then it has been updated several times. When the protocol is updated, it is updated in a way that ensures backward compatibility with previous versions. The current version of the HART Protocol is revision 7.3. The “7” denotes the major revision level and the “3” denotes the minor revision level.

The HART Protocol implements layers 1,2, 3, 4 and 7 of the Open System Interconnection (OSI) 7-layer protocol model:

The HART Physical Layer is based on the Bell 202 standard, using frequency shift keying (FSK) to communicate at 1200 bps. The signal frequencies representing bit values of 0 and 1 are 2200 and 1200Hz respectively. This signal is superimposed at a low level on the 4-to-20mA analog measurement signal without causing any interference with the analog signal.

The HART Data Link Layer defines a master-slave protocol – in normal use, a field device only replies when it is spoken to. There can be two masters, for example, a control system as a primary master and a handheld HART communicator as a secodary master. Timing rules define when each master may initiate a communication transaction. Up to 15 or more slave devices can be connected to a single multidrop cable pair.

The Network Layer provides routing, end-to-end security, and transport services. It manages “sessions” for end-to-end communication with correspondent devices.

The Transport Layer: The Data-Link Layer ensures communications are successfully propagated from one device to another. The Transport Layer can be used to ensure end-end communication is successful.

The Application Layer defines the commands, responses, data types and status reporting supported by the Protocol. In the Application Layer, the public commands of the protocol are divided into four major groups:

  1. Universal Commands – provide functions which must be implemented in all field devices
  2. Common Practice Commands – provide functions common to many, but not all field devices
  3. Device Specific Commands – provide functions that are unique to a particular field device and are specified by the device manufacturer
  4. Device Family Commands – provide a set of standardized functions for instruments with particular measurement types, allowing full generic access without using device-specific commands.

Advanced HART Application

The power of the HART protocol is evident in the control diagram of Below Figure. This innovative application uses the inherent feature of the HART protocol that both 4-20 mA analog and digital communication signals are transmitted simultaneously over the same wiring.

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In this application, the HART-compatible transmitter has an internal PID control capability. The device is configured such that the 4-20 mA loop current is proportional to the control output of the PID algorithm executing in the device (not the measured variable as in most transmitter applications). Since the 4-20 mA loop current is regulated by the PID control output, it is used to drive the valve position directly.

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The control loop executes entirely in the field between the transmitter (with PID) and the control valve. The control action is continuous as the traditional 4-20 mA analog signal drives the valve. HART digital communication links the operator with the control loop to change set point, and read the primary variable, or valve position output. Substantial savings are possible in applications where this innovative control architecture is appropriate.

FAQs

What is HART protocol explain in detail? ›

HART is a bi-directional communication protocol that provides data access between intelligent field instruments and host systems. A host can be any software application from technician's hand-held device or laptop to a plant's process control, asset management, safety or other system using any control platform.

What is the HART protocol Mcq? ›

HART protocol specifies that master device transmit a voltage signal whereas slave device transmits a current signal. The current signal is converted in to corresponding voltage by a loop load resistor, so all devices use voltage sensitive receiver circuits.

Why is HART protocol used? ›

HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) Protocol is an open standard used globally to send and receive digital information using analog wiring between smart devices and control systems.

Is HART protocol still used? ›

The majority of smart field devices installed worldwide today are HART-enabled. But some new in the automation field may need a refresher on this powerful technology.

What is the full form of HART? ›

HART (highway addressable remote transducer) is the global standard for sending and receiving digital information across analog wires between smart field devices and control or monitoring systems, like PLC and DCS systems.

Why is 4-20mA standard? ›

The 4-20 mA signal is preferred over 0-20 mA signal because the broken wire can be easily detected with use of 4-20 mA signal. If current observed is zero in a 4-20 mA transmitter, the transmitter will output an error signal. The current signal can be transmitted without error to a distance of 1000 meters.

Which is a protocol Mcq? ›

Explanation: Protocol is a set of procedures and formats that entities use to communicate information. Explanation: The time to transmit frame is given by the ratio of frame size and channel capacity.

How many layers are there in HART protocol Mcq? ›

HART COMMUNICATION LAYERS

The HART protocol follows the seven-layer OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) protocol, although it uses only three layers: application, data link, and physical. The other four are not used, which is so for most of the field level protocols such as HART.

Which technique is used by WirelessHART Mcq? ›

WirelessHART uses mesh topology meaning every device is capable of being a repeater capable of relaying data from measurement devices to the gateway.

Why is 4-20mA used in instrumentation? ›

Reason 1:- The primary reason that 4-20mA is used instead of 0-20mA is because an elevated 'zero' allows for powering the field device on the same two wires that the signal uses. Passive, loop powered field transmitters use the DC electrical current below 3.5mA to power the transmitter to make the measurement.

Is HART digital or analog? ›

HART ("Highway Addressable Remote Transducer") is a communication protocol designed for industrial process measurement and control applications. It's called a hybrid protocol because it combines analog and digital communication.

What is HART frequency? ›

The digital HART signal is made of two frequencies – 1,200 Hz, as well as 2,200 Hz. The 1,200 Hz signal represents bit 1 and the 2,200 Hz signal represents bit 0. The data transfer takes place when sine waves of these frequencies superimpose on DC analog signal cables.

What are the advantages of HART communication? ›

The benefits of selecting HART are Analog Capability, Digital Capability, Interoperability and Availability. Simultaneous analog and digital communication are facilitated by Analog Compatibility. HART can be used with a variety of sensors and devices.

What is the latest release of HART protocol? ›

HART 7 is more than just a wireless protocol, the HART 7 standard applies to the full range of measurement, control, and automation systems products based on the HART Communication Protocol – whether wired or wireless.

What is a HART communicator used for? ›

HART communicators provide the tool for communicating with process instruments. Relying on an open communications protocol, HART communicators interface with HART-enabled “master” and “field” devices making it much easier to configure and calibrate instruments as well as diagnose issues before they become serious.

Who invented HART protocol? ›

The protocol was developed by Rosemount Inc., built off the Bell 202 early communications standard in the mid-1980s as a proprietary digital communication protocol for their smart field instruments. Soon it evolved into HART and in 1986 it was made an open protocol.

What is a smart transmitter? ›

The SMART transmitter stands for Single Modular Auto-ranging Remote Transducer. It is an intelligent transmitter that has an analog output and simultaneously provides digital communication signal based on HART protocol or FOUNDATION FIELDBUS or PROFIBUS.

What is HART module? ›

A HART enabled analog input module consists of an ADC and sense resistor to measure the analog current, and a HART modem to modulate an demodulate the HART data. The DAC874xH family of devices are standalone modems supporting HART, Foundation Fieldbus, and Profibus PA.

What voltage is a 4-20 mA signal? ›

Common values for 4-20 mA loop supplies are 24VDC or 36VDC. The voltage chosen by a designer depends on the number of elements connected in series with the loop.

Is 4-20 mA DC or AC? ›

Hi, 1.4-20mA is always an DC signal...you can use it with SM1231.. 2. We cannot have AC as a 4-20ma signal since it varies from minimum to maximum we cannot differentiate the change is due to process or due to property of an AC.

How far can a 4-20 mA signal travel? ›

20G conductors at about 12 ohms per 1000 feet (about 330m) means that 450 ohms of 20G conductor could be support 4-20mA as far as about 18,750 feet, about 3.5 miles or about 6km.

What is network protocol Mcq? ›

Explanation: A protocol is a set of rules that governs the communications between computers on a network. These rules include guidelines that regulate the characteristics of a network including access method, allowed physical topologies, types of cabling, and speed of data transfer. 3.

Is TCP a protocol? ›

TCP stands for Transmission Control Protocol a communications standard that enables application programs and computing devices to exchange messages over a network. It is designed to send packets across the internet and ensure the successful delivery of data and messages over networks.

Which of the following protocol works in application layer Mcq? ›

The correct answer is SMTP. An SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol ) is an application layer protocol used to send mail from a sender to a receiver email server. SMTP is a PUSH protocol. Port number 25 is used to initiate the SMTP connection.

How many maximum devices can be connected to a HART network? ›

Currently the HART v07 protocol allows connecting up to 64 devices in multidrop mode. In the HART protocol, one can have up to two masters. A primary master is typically a control or monitoring system that is continuously interacting with the slave device, reading or writing information.

What is the function of repeater in HART protocol? ›

It is a WirelessHART router (repeater) by nature, i.e., it is able to retransmit messages to/from other devices on the WirelessHART network. It is a bridge-type device, because it is able to provide data of HART + 4 to 20mA field device, legacy, to the host via WirelessHART.

Which protocol is used in factory automation? ›

Modbus protocols

But the two most widely used are Modbus RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) and Modbus (TCP/IP) Transmission Control Protocol.

What is WirelessHART protocol? ›

WirelessHART is a wireless communications protocol for process automation applications. It adds wireless capabilities to HART technology while maintaining compatibility with existing HART devices, commands, and tools. By design, WirelessHART using mesh networking technology.

What is the range of WirelessHART? ›

A frequently asked question about the WirelessHART 2.4GHz radio network is “How far can these devices transmit?” Depending on local units of measurement, the rule of thumb distance for the standard antenna is 225 meters or 750 feet.

Which technique is used by wireless heart? ›

WirelessHART uses a 2.4 GHz band—license-free and used worldwide—as a transfer medium for several radio technologies, including WLAN, Bluetooth, and ZigBee. But, WirelessHART is much more than a WLAN variant. WirelessHART uses a flat mesh network where all radio stations (field devices) form a network.

Which is better 4-20 mA or 10V? ›

For many applications, there is now a wider selection of 4 - 20mA instruments and equipment than for 0 - 10V. If you're using analog signals, we'd generally recommend using 4 - 20mA unless your automation equipment is not able to accept current signals.

How do you check 4-20 mA output? ›

Measuring a 4-20mA signal without blowing the fuse in your meter

What is the range of pressure if the current is 4/20 mA? ›

The 4-20 mA range later became the standard for similar reasons as 3-15 psi did.

What is the difference between HART and Modbus? ›

The advantages of MODBUS RTU are that it is strictly digital (RS485) and it's relatively fast but it does require at least two wires for signal and two wires for power; unlike HART that has signal and power over the same two wires.

What are the two types of addressing formats in HART? ›

HART addressing is of two types: polling address and unique identifier. Polling address is single byte and is also known as “short address.” Unique identifier is of 5 bytes and also called “long address.” The address field formats for the short and the long frames are shown in Figure.

What is the difference between HART and 4-20ma? ›

The Hart communication protocol would be superimposed to the 4-20ma signal and thus two-way communications are possible. Mostly a single pair cable would be used for each device and the 4-20ma signal is mostly used for the process variable.

What is HART compatible? ›

A HART-compatible I/O card interprets the oscillation as a series of 0s and 1s, which is the basis for communication in the digital world.

What is burst mode in HART communication? ›

HART devices can send a single piece of information continuously from a device without repeated host requests. This method — called "burst mode" — is usually used to send a single variable such as a process variable digitally. Using burst mode, more then 3 messages per second can be transmitted.

What is fieldbus technology? ›

Fieldbus refers to a collection of industrial computer networks that allows input devices such as Ethernet switches and sensors to communicate with output devices such as valves and drives without having to connect every single device back to a controller.

What is Foundation Fieldbus protocol? ›

Fieldbus is a bidirectional communication protocol that provides real-time, closed-loop control between intelligent field instruments and host systems. A host can be any software application: from a technician's handheld device or laptop, to a plant's process control, asset management, or safety system.

Where is HART protocol used? ›

The HART Protocol can be used for communicating information to/from smart field instruments and central control or monitoring systems.

What are HART variables? ›

In HART communication, process value data called the HART variable are handled. There are four types of HART variable: Primary Variable (PV), Secondary Variable (SV), Third Variable (TV), and Fourth Variable (FV), and one device can assign up to four types of HART variable.

Is HART 7 backward compatible? ›

“There will be increased diagnostic capability built into the instrument,” says ABB's Gareth Johnston, “and the ability to report by exception, based on time or event.” But in keeping with the HART Communication Foundation's long-standing commitment to the users of the HART protocol, HART 7 is fully backward-compatible ...

How do you read HART Protocol? ›

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What are HART commands? ›

The HART Protocol defines physical connection technology as well as commands used by applications. There are three classes of HART commands: 1) Universal, 2) Common Practice, and 3) Device Specific. Universal commands are required to be implemented by all HART devices.

What is HART calibration? ›

Fluke HART communicators and process calibration tools

The HART protocol is an industry standard used globally to send and receive information between smart devices and control systems and is the most popular digital communication standard in the field today.

How many layers are there in HART protocol? ›

HART COMMUNICATION LAYERS

The HART protocol follows the seven-layer OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) protocol, although it uses only three layers: application, data link, and physical. The other four are not used, which is so for most of the field level protocols such as HART.

What is Foundation Fieldbus protocol? ›

Fieldbus is a bidirectional communication protocol that provides real-time, closed-loop control between intelligent field instruments and host systems. A host can be any software application: from a technician's handheld device or laptop, to a plant's process control, asset management, or safety system.

What are the advantages of HART communication? ›

The benefits of selecting HART are Analog Capability, Digital Capability, Interoperability and Availability. Simultaneous analog and digital communication are facilitated by Analog Compatibility. HART can be used with a variety of sensors and devices.

What is the latest release of HART protocol? ›

HART 7 is more than just a wireless protocol, the HART 7 standard applies to the full range of measurement, control, and automation systems products based on the HART Communication Protocol – whether wired or wireless.

Why is 4-20mA used in instrumentation? ›

Reason 1:- The primary reason that 4-20mA is used instead of 0-20mA is because an elevated 'zero' allows for powering the field device on the same two wires that the signal uses. Passive, loop powered field transmitters use the DC electrical current below 3.5mA to power the transmitter to make the measurement.

What are the 2 modes of communication in HART? ›

There are two main operational modes of HART instruments: point-to-point (analog/digital) mode, and multi-drop mode.

Is HART digital or analog? ›

HART ("Highway Addressable Remote Transducer") is a communication protocol designed for industrial process measurement and control applications. It's called a hybrid protocol because it combines analog and digital communication.

What is difference between HART and fieldbus? ›

The main differences frequently cited are HART is a hybrid protocol compatible with the installed base of 4–20 mA instruments, while FOUNDATION fieldbus is intended to be used as a multi-drop bus. While these differences are true, they may create a very wrong impression.

What is FF type transmitter? ›

FF is an open standard that allows the field devices to run both the input/output and the control. Traditional systems in this market are known as 4-20 mA systems, so named for the signal levels that control the devices. These devices take input measurements and send the information to a control unit for processing.

What is a fieldbus signal? ›

Summary: Fieldbus is a Local Area Network for process control that uses shared wiring for powering devices and carrying signals between devices. In a conventional Distributed Control System (DCS), two wires are used to connect to a device. The devices may be instruments for measuring temperature or pressure.

How many maximum devices can be connected to a HART network? ›

Currently the HART v07 protocol allows connecting up to 64 devices in multidrop mode. In the HART protocol, one can have up to two masters. A primary master is typically a control or monitoring system that is continuously interacting with the slave device, reading or writing information.

What is the difference between HART and 4-20ma? ›

The Hart communication protocol would be superimposed to the 4-20ma signal and thus two-way communications are possible. Mostly a single pair cable would be used for each device and the 4-20ma signal is mostly used for the process variable.

What is the difference between HART and Modbus? ›

The advantages of MODBUS RTU are that it is strictly digital (RS485) and it's relatively fast but it does require at least two wires for signal and two wires for power; unlike HART that has signal and power over the same two wires.

What is HART compatible? ›

A HART-compatible I/O card interprets the oscillation as a series of 0s and 1s, which is the basis for communication in the digital world.

Which protocol is used in factory automation? ›

Modbus protocols

But the two most widely used are Modbus RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) and Modbus (TCP/IP) Transmission Control Protocol.

Which modulation technique is used in WirelessHART? ›

4, WirelessHART only defines operation in the 2.4 GHz band, employing Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and Offset-Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (O- QPSK) modulation. This allows for a bit rate of 250 kbit/s. WirelessHART uses only 15 of the 16 channels defined by the IEEE 802.15.

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