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Product Data Sheet June 2003

375 Field Communicator

We made sure that the weight was evenly distributed for comfortable one-handed operation in the field.

  • It is loaded!

The 375 Field Communicator has a processor that is 20 times faster than the 275. It features 32MB of application memory, 64 times more than the 275 HART Communicator. The Configuration Expansion Module holds hundreds of device configurations, and it is externally accessible. Enhancements in the battery pack allow a full recharge in 2 hours, 8 times faster than the 275 HART Communicator.

A fold-away stand provides the correct viewing angle on the bench, and flips up to a locked position for secure hanging in the plant.

Product Description

See the difference.

Building on the experience with the proven 275 HART Communicator, the 375 Field Communicator includes enhancements designed to simplify your work in the field. We designed the 375 Field Communicator user interface around the 275, leveraging the navigation features users told us they liked. Then we added powerful features including a much larger touch screen, HART Revision 6 support, and the ability to upgrade your 375 Field Communicator onsite using the Internet.

The 375 Field Communicator runs on Windows CE, a robust, real-time, operating system. The display is 70% larger than that of the 275 HART Communicator and uses transflective technology, making it easy to read in both bright sunlight and in normal lighting. To make sure we covered all conditions, we added a multi-level backlight, allowing the display to be viewed in those areas of your plant with dim light. The touch sensitive display and large physical navigation buttons provide for efficient use both on the bench and in the field.

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  • Easy Upgrade keeps your

communicator current.

If that’s not enough to get your attention, the 375 Field Communicator is also user upgradeable via the Internet. This means it is no longer necessary to send your communicator anywhere to have new device drivers added.

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