FOUNDATION Field Device
Transmitter Implementation without Programming Effort
FFeasy allows implementing FOUNDATION fieldbus H1 transmitters without
performing any programming work and without the need for in-depth FF know
how. Use HART communication to achieve swift device integration.
The FFeasy parameterization file allows the manufacturer to specify
· up-to 25 parameters for use in the field device application and
· up-to four Analog Input (AI) Function Blocks.
Fast Time-to-Market and Cost Savings
The customization of the well-defined FFeasy parameterization file
requires only minimal effort and thus, represents one of the fastest
implementation methods available today. FF H1 transmitter product that
has been developed based on the FFeasy kit only requires the short and
very cost-effective re-certification process at a Fieldbus Foundation
certification lab (private label ITK).
Softings FFeasy includes everything you need to enable your HART device
for Foundation Fieldbus. Besides the FFeasy software the toolset includes
Softings Fieldbus Kit FBK-2 hardware, Softings FF Starter Kit, as well
as the Flasher tools.
· Softings Fieldbus Kit FBK-2 is a conformant and
industry-hardened FOUNDATION fieldbus communications module that is
running in thousands of products in the field.
· FF Starter Kit includes all hardware and software components
necessary to setup, configure, and monitor an FF H1 network Softing's
Windows based configuration tool FF-Conf, Softing's FG-110, Softing's FF
evaluation Kit and all necessary accessory.
Manufacturer ID (hex):
Device Type ID (hex):
FOUNDATION Physical Layer Profile:
111 - Standard-power signaling, bus-powered, Entity Model I.S.
113 - Standard-power signaling, bus-powered, non I.S.
121 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, Entity Model I.S.
123 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, non I.S.
511 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, FISCO I.S.
FOUNDATION Stack Class:
Alarms and Events
Function Block Linking
Multi-bit Alert Reporting
DD/CFF Tester Version:
FieldComm Group (FCG) makes available to its members and to the public certain device driver (DD) files, in various forms, that have passed certain tests conducted by or through FCG. The DD files are, or are created from, submissions to FCG by FCG members and are provided by FCG AS IS. FCG disclaims all liability for the accuracy, suitability or use of the DD files. Each member creating DD files has its own policies regarding supporting use of those files, and may, for instance support use of DD object code files, but not DeviceInfo or other files. While FCG is under no obligation to provide support for use of any DD files, FCG welcomes all inquiries on the subject and will often be able to assist.