HART Communicator / Calibrator - Base calibrator unit with HART, Yokogawa Corporation of America, Standard documenting (as-found & as-left, requires DMS database software sold separately), Intrinsic Safety certification by MET Laboratories per CSA C22.2 No., Rearhand strap, English Language, Standard 3-year DOF Download Subscription (YPC4010 only).
Use VMA0055 for 24Vdc loop supply.
- NIST Certificate with each unit and for each sensor model
- Plastic carry-case
- Test lead kit
- Universal power adapter
- HART leads
- 250 ohm resistor
YPC4000 is a combination Calibrator / HART Communicator that reduces the time spent on field calibrations and the number of test instruments that have to be carried into the field. The YPC4000 Series delivers the versatility of a modular calibrator and the convenience of HART communications in one handheld unit. Users can view up to four measurements simultaneously on the high resolution LCD or compare HART PV and AO values to corresponding values measured. Available sensor modules include a variety of differential, gauge, vacuum and absolute pressure as well as voltage, current and temperature. A voltage and current meter is integral to the base unit. All HART field devices can be configured, polled, and trimmed using HARTcommunications. Device Specific commands for more than 200 supported devices, including EJA/EJX pressure transmitters, YTA Temperature Transmitters, and Yewflo are available.
The YPC 4010 includes HART communication functions that allow the user to poll, configure and maintain supported HART field device. The YPC 4010 uses a combination of Universal, Common Practice and Device Specific commands to facilitate communication with a field device. Combining HART ability with the modular calibrator means that technicians can use one device to perform device analog output trim adjustments (4 and 20 mA), trim the sensor, re-configure the field device, or poll a device for basic information.
The YPC 4010 will communicate with any HART device through Universal and Common Practice Commands using the standard Generic DOF (Device Object File) but must have the DOF for a specific HART device installed before it can execute Device Specific Commands.