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Product Data Sheet June 2003

  • Intrinsically Safe.

The 375 Field Communicator meets the Intrinsic Safety requirements of the listed regulatory agencies and standards. All of the available Hazardous Locations approvals are provided in a single model option (see Ordering Information).

  • CENELEC/ATEX

  • Factory Mutual (FM)

  • Canadian Standards Association (CSA)

  • FISCO

Specifications

PROCESSOR AND MEMORY SPECIFICATIONS

Microprocessor

  • 80 MHz Hitachi® SH3

Memory Internal Flash

  • 32 MB

System Card

  • 128 MB or higher secure digital card

RAM

  • 32 MB

Expansion Module

  • 32 MB or higher secure digital card

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS Weight

  • Approximately 2 lb. (0.9kg) with battery

Display

  • 1/4 VGA (240 by 320 pixels) monochrome 3.8” (9.6 cm) transflective display with touch screen

  • Anti-glare coated

Keypad

  • 25 keys including 4 action keys, 12 alphanumeric keys, 4 programmable function keys, on/of , and 4 cursor-control (arrow) keys; membrane design with tactile feedback

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375 Field Communicator

Even the battery pack is approved for installation in hazardous areas. The 375 Field Communicator is designed for use in areas where laptops shouldn’t go.

  • Rugged and Reliable.

It’s called ‘Field Communicator’ for a reason. Some tasks just have to be performed at the device. The 375 Field Communicator is designed for tough use in your plant or mill.

Its large keys and physical navigation buttons allow for one- handed operation, even with your work gloves on. The rugged display is designed to take the knocks and shocks from normal use in the plant.

As for reliable, when was the last time you had to send your 275 HART Communicator in for repair? That’s exactly the kind of reliability we’ve built into the 375. The 375 Field Communicator is designed, manufactured and tested to specifications that are even more demanding. The 375 Field Communicator is designed to go wherever you have to go to get the job done.

POWER SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS Battery Pack

  • Rechargeable NiMH batteries

Battery Operating Time

  • Up to ten hours depending on usage

Battery Charger Options

  • Input voltage 85-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

  • Cables included with U.S., European

and U.K. plugsONNECTION

CONNECTION SPECIFICATIONS Battery Charger

  • Mini DIN 4-pin jack

HART and Fieldbus

  • Three 4mm banana plugs (one common

to HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus) IrDA Port

  • IrDA (Infrared Data Access) port supporting up to 115 Kbps

  • ±15 degrees recommended maximum angle from center line

  • Approximately 12” (30 cm) recommended maximum distance

ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS

Usage -10° C (14° F ) to +50° C (122° F ) 0% to 95% RH (non-condensing) for 0° C (32° F ) to +50° C (122° F )

Charge

  • 0° C (32° F ) to +40° C (104° F )

Storage -20° C (-4° F ) to +55° C (131° F ) with batteries

Storage Without Batteries -20° C (-4° F ) to +60° C (140° F )

Enclosure Rating

  • IP51 (from front)

Shock

  • Tested to survive a 1-meter

drop test onto concrete

EASY UPGRADE REQUIREMENTS Usage

  • PC with internet access

  • CD Rom drive

  • IrDA port (or adapter)

  • Windows 2000 or XP

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