Field device tool (FDT) interface specification - Part 309: Communication profile integration - IEC 61784 CPF 9 (IEC 62453-309:2022)

Communication Profile Family 9 (commonly known as HART®1) defines communication profiles based on IEC 61158-5-20 and IEC 61158-6-20. The basic profile CP 9/1 is defined in IEC 61784-1.
This part of IEC 62453 provides information for integrating the HART® technology into the FDT standard (IEC 62453-2).
This part of the IEC 62453 specifies communication and other services.
This standard neither contains the FDT specification nor modifies it.

Field Device Tool (FDT)-Schnittstellenspezifikation - Teil 309: Integration von Kommunikationsprofilen - Kommunikationsprofilfamilie (CPF) 9 nach IEC 61784 (IEC 62453-309:2022)

Spécification des interfaces des outils des dispositifs de terrain (FDT) - Partie 309: Intégration des profils de communication - CPF 9 de l'IEC 61784 (IEC 62453-309:2022)

IEC 62453-309:2022 est disponible sous forme de IEC 62453-309:2022 RLV qui contient la Norme internationale et sa version Redline, illustrant les modifications du contenu technique depuis l'édition précédente. La Famille de Profils de Communication 9 (communément appelée HART® ) définit les profils de communication fondés sur l’IEC 61158 5 20 et l'IEC 61158 6 20. Le profil de base CP 9/1 est défini dans l’IEC 61784 1. La présente partie de l’IEC 62453 fournit des informations sur l'intégration de la technologie HART® dans la norme des outils des dispositifs de terrain (FDT) (IEC 62453-2). La présente partie de l’IEC 62453 spécifie les services de communication et autres services. Le présent document ne contient pas la spécification des outils FDT, ni ne la modifie.

Specifikacija vmesnika orodja procesne naprave - 309. del: Integracija komunikacijskih profilov - IEC 61784 CPF 9 (IEC 62453-309:2022)

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SIST EN IEC 62453-309:2022
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SIST EN 62453-309:2018
Specifikacija vmesnika orodja procesne naprave - 309. del: Integracija
komunikacijskih profilov - IEC 61784 CPF 9 (IEC 62453-309:2022)

Field device tool (FDT) interface specification - Part 309: Communication profile

integration - IEC 61784 CPF 9 (IEC 62453-309:2022)
Field Device Tool (FDT)-Schnittstellenspezifikation - Teil 309: Integration von
Kommunikationsprofilen - Kommunikationsprofilfamilie (CPF) 9 nach IEC 61784 (IEC
62453-309:2022)

Spécification des interfaces des outils des dispositifs de terrain (FDT) - Partie 309:

Intégration des profils de communication - CPF 9 de l'IEC 61784
(IEC 62453-309:2022)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN IEC 62453-309:2022
ICS:
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industrijskih postopkov measurement and control
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industriji
SIST EN IEC 62453-309:2022 en,fr,de

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EUROPEAN STANDARD EN IEC 62453-309
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM October 2022
ICS 25.040.40; 35.100.05; 35.110 Supersedes EN 62453-309:2017
English Version
Field device tool (FDT) interface specification - Part 309:
Communication profile integration - IEC 61784 CPF 9
(IEC 62453-309:2022)

Spécification des interfaces des outils des dispositifs de Field Device Tool (FDT)-Schnittstellenspezifikation - Teil

terrain (FDT) - Partie 309: Intégration des profils de 309: Integration von Kommunikationsprofilen -

communication - CPF 9 de l'IEC 61784 Kommunikationsprofilfamilie (CPF) 9 nach IEC 61784

(IEC 62453-309:2022) (IEC 62453-309:2022)

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EN IEC 62453-309:2022 (E)
European foreword

The text of document 65E/907/FDIS, future edition 3 of IEC 62453-309, prepared by SC 65E "Devices

and integration in enterprise systems" of IEC/TC 65 "Industrial-process measurement, control and

automation" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel vote and approved by CENELEC as

EN IEC 62453-309:2022.
The following dates are fixed:

• latest date by which the document has to be implemented at national (dop) 2023-07-07

level by publication of an identical national standard or by endorsement

• latest date by which the national standards conflicting with the (dow) 2025-10-07

document have to be withdrawn

This document supersedes EN 62453-309:2017 and all of its amendments and corrigenda (if any).

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CENELEC shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

Any feedback and questions on this document should be directed to the users’ national committee. A

complete listing of these bodies can be found on the CENELEC website.
Endorsement notice

The text of the International Standard IEC 62453-309:2022 was approved by CENELEC as a

European Standard without any modification.

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IEC/TR 62453-42 NOTE Harmonized as CLC/TR IEC 62453-42
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EN IEC 62453-309:2022 (E)
Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments)

applies.

NOTE 1 Where an International Publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod),

the relevant EN/HD applies.

NOTE 2 Up-to-date information on the latest versions of the European Standards listed in this annex is available

here: www.cenelec.eu.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 61158-5-20 - Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus EN 61158-5-20 -
specifications - Part 5-20: Application layer
service definition - Type 20 elements
IEC 61158-6-20 - Industrial communication networks - Fieldbus EN 61158-6-20 -
specifications - Part 6-20: Application layer
protocol specification - Type 20 elements
IEC 61784-1 - Industrial communication networks - Profiles EN IEC 61784-1 -
Part 1: Fieldbus profiles
IEC 62453-1 - Field device tool (FDT) interface specification EN 62453-1 -
- Part 1: Overview and guidance
IEC 62453-2 - Field device tool (FDT) interface specification - -
- Part 2: Concepts and detailed description
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7

1 Scope .............................................................................................................................. 8

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................... 8

3 Terms, definitions, symbols, abbreviated terms and conventions ..................................... 9

3.1 Terms and definitions.............................................................................................. 9

3.2 Abbreviated terms ................................................................................................... 9

3.3 Conventions ............................................................................................................ 9

3.3.1 Data type names and references to data types ................................................ 9

3.3.2 Vocabulary for requirements ............................................................................ 9

3.3.3 Use of UML ..................................................................................................... 9

4 Bus category ................................................................................................................. 10

5 Access to instance and device data ............................................................................... 11

5.1 General ................................................................................................................. 11

5.2 Process Channel objects provided by DTM ........................................................... 11

5.3 DTM services to access instance and device data ................................................ 12

6 Protocol-specific behavior ............................................................................................. 12

6.1 Overview .............................................................................................................. 12

6.2 Burst mode subscription........................................................................................ 12

6.3 Usage of device addressing information ................................................................ 13

6.4 Extended Command Numbers ............................................................................... 14

6.5 Handling of communication failures and time-outs................................................. 14

6.6 Handling of delayed responses ............................................................................. 14

6.7 Topologies with mixed HART protocols ................................................................. 16

6.7.1 General ......................................................................................................... 16

6.7.2 Behavior of DTMs supporting ‘Extended_HART’ only ..................................... 16

6.7.3 Behavior of DTMs supporting ‘Extended_HART’ and ‘HART_Basic’ ............... 17

6.7.4 Behavior of DTMs that require ‘Extended_HART’ or ‘HART_Basic’ ................ 17

6.8 Nested communication with multiple gateways ...................................................... 18

6.9 Communication- and network structures in WirelessHART .................................... 19

6.9.1 General ......................................................................................................... 19

6.9.2 Network topology ........................................................................................... 19

7 Protocol-specific usage of general data types ................................................................ 21

8 Protocol-specific common data types ............................................................................. 22

9 Network management data types ................................................................................... 22

9.1 General ................................................................................................................. 22

9.2 Addressing modes ................................................................................................ 22

9.3 Address information .............................................................................................. 23

9.4 Additional address information for ‘Extended HART’ protocols .............................. 23

10 Communication data types ............................................................................................ 25

10.1 General ................................................................................................................. 25

10.2 Protocol-specific Addressing Information .............................................................. 26

10.3 Datatype definitions .............................................................................................. 26

11 Channel parameter data types ....................................................................................... 31

12 Device identification ...................................................................................................... 33

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12.1 Protocol-specific handling of data type STRING .................................................... 33

12.2 Address Range for Scan ....................................................................................... 33

12.3 Support for Extended Manufacturer and Device Type Code .................................. 34

12.4 Device type identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ............................ 34

12.5 Common device type identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’

protocols ............................................................................................................... 37

12.6 Topology scan data types ..................................................................................... 41

12.7 Scan identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ...................................... 42

12.8 Scan identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols ............................... 44

12.9 Device type identification data types – provided by DTM ....................................... 46

Bibliography .......................................................................................................................... 48

Figure 1 – Part 309 of the IEC 62453 series ........................................................................... 7

Figure 2 – Burst mode subscription ....................................................................................... 13

Figure 3 – Handling of delayed responses (scenario 1) ......................................................... 15

Figure 4 – Handling of delayed responses (scenario 2) ......................................................... 16

Figure 5 – Behavior of DTMs supporting ‘Extended_HART’ and ‘HART_Basic’ ...................... 17

Figure 6 – Behavior of DTMs requires ‘Extended_HART’ or ‘HART_Basic’ ............................ 18

Figure 7 – Host connected to a WirelessHART gateway device ............................................. 19

Figure 8 – FDT Topology of a WirelessHART network ........................................................... 20

Figure 9 – Host connected to HART FSK .............................................................................. 20

Figure 10 – FDT Topology when directly connected to a WirelessHART adapter device ........ 21

Table 1 – Protocol identifiers ................................................................................................ 10

Table 2 – Definition of PhysicalLayer .................................................................................... 10

Table 3 – Protocol specific usage of general data types ........................................................ 22

Table 4 – Relation of ProtocolId and supported features ....................................................... 23

Table 5 – Simple address information data types .................................................................. 24

Table 6 – Structured address information data types ............................................................ 25

Table 7 – Simple communication data types ......................................................................... 26

Table 8 – Structured communication data types .................................................................... 28

Table 9 – Simple channel parameter data types .................................................................... 31

Table 10 – Structured channel parameter data types ............................................................ 32

Table 11 – Address range for device identification ................................................................ 34

Table 12 – Identification data types with protocol-specific mapping for protocol

‘HART_Basic’ ....................................................................................................................... 35

Table 13 – Identification data types with semantics for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ...................... 36

Table 14 – Simple identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ with protocol

independent semantics ......................................................................................................... 37

Table 15 – Structured identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ with protocol

independent semantics ......................................................................................................... 37

Table 16 – Identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols with protocol-

specific mapping ................................................................................................................... 38

Table 17 – Identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols without protocol

independent semantics ......................................................................................................... 40

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Table 18 – Simple identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols with

protocol independent semantics ............................................................................................ 41

Table 19 – Structured identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols with

protocol independent semantics ............................................................................................ 41

Table 20 – Structured device type identification data types ................................................... 42

Table 21 – Simple scan identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ .......................... 42

Table 22 – Structured scan identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ .................... 43

Table 23 – Simple scan identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols .................. 44

Table 24 – Structured scan identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols............. 45

Table 25 – Structured device type identification data types ................................................... 47

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INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION
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FIELD DEVICE TOOL (FDT) INTERFACE SPECIFICATION –
Part 309: Communication profile integration –
IEC 61784 CPF 9
FOREWORD

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IEC 62453-309 has been prepared by subcommittee 65E: Devices and integration in enterprise

systems, of IEC technical committee 65: Industrial-process measurement, control and

automation. It is an International Standard.

This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2016. This edition

constitutes a technical revision.

This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous

edition:
• corrections in regard to accessing information in the respective device and
• corrections in regard to describing support for different protocol versions.
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The text of this International Standard is based on the following documents:
Draft Report on voting
65E/907/FDIS 65E/936/RVD

Full information on the voting for its approval can be found in the report on voting indicated in

the above table.
The language used for the development of this International Standard is English.

This document was drafted in accordance with ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2, and developed in

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Each part of the IEC 62453-3xy series is intended to be read in conjunction with IEC 62453‑2.

A list of all parts of the IEC 62453 series, under the general title Field Device Tool (FDT)

interface specification, can be found on the IEC website.

The committee has decided that the contents of this document will remain unchanged until the

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INTRODUCTION

This part of IEC 62453 is an interface specification for developers of FDT (Field Device Tool)

components for function control and data access within a client/server architecture. The

specification is a result of an analysis and design process to develop standard interfaces to

facilitate the development of servers and clients by multiple vendors that need to interoperate

seamlessly.

With the integration of fieldbusses into control systems, there are a few other tasks which need

to be performed. In addition to fieldbus- and device-specific tools, there is a need to integrate

these tools into higher-level system-wide planning or engineering tools. In particular, for use in

extensive and heterogeneous control systems, typically in the area of the process industry, the

unambiguous definition of engineering interfaces that are easy to use for all those involved is

of great importance.

A device-specific software component, called DTM (Device Type Manager), is supplied by the

field device manufacturer with its device. The DTM is integrated into engineering tools via the

FDT interfaces defined in this specification. The approach to integration is in general open for

all kind of fieldbusses and thus meets the requirements for integrating different kinds of devices

into heterogeneous control systems.

Figure 1 shows how IEC 62453-309 is aligned in the structure of the IEC 62453 series.

Figure 1 – Part 309 of the IEC 62453 series
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FDT® is a trademark of products supplied by FDT Group AISBL. This information is given for convenience of

users of this document and does not constitute an endorsement by IEC of the product named. Equivalent products

may be used if they can be shown to lead to the same results.
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FIELD DEVICE TOOL (FDT) INTERFACE SPECIFICATION –
Part 309: Communication profile integration –
IEC 61784 CPF 9
1 Scope

Communication Profile Family 9 (commonly known as HART® ) defines communication profiles

based on IEC 61158-5-20 and IEC 61158-6-20. The basic profile CP 9/1 is defined in

IEC 61784-1.

This part of IEC 62453 provides information for integrating the HART® technology into the FDT

standard (IEC 62453-2).
This part of the IEC 62453 specifies communication and other services.
This document neither contains the FDT specification nor modifies it.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies.

For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any

amendments) applies.

IEC 61158-5-20, Industrial communication networks – Fieldbus specifications – Part 5-20:

Application layer service definition – Type 20 elements

IEC 61158-6-20, Industrial communication networks – Fieldbus specifications – Part 6-20:

Application layer protocol specification – Type 20 elements

IEC 61784-1, Industrial communication networks – Profiles – Part 1: Fieldbus profiles

, Field device tool (FDT) interface specification – Part 1: Overview and
IEC 62453-1:–
guidance

IEC 62453-2:– , Field device tool (FDT) interface specification – Part 2: Concepts and detailed

description
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HART® and WirelessHART® are trade names of products supplied by FieldComm Group. This information is

given for convenience of users of this document and does not constitute an endorsement by IEC of the product

named. Equivalent products may be used if they can be shown to lead to the same results.

Under preparation. Respective stage at the time of publication: IEC/CCDV 62453-1:2022 and IEC/RFDIS 62453-

2:2022.
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3 Terms, definitions, symbols, abbreviated terms and conventions
3.1 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in IEC 62453-1 and

IEC 62453-2, as well as the following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminology databases for use in standardization at the following

addresses:
• IEC Electropedia: available at http://www.electropedia.org/
• ISO Online browsing platform: available at http:www.iso.org/obp
3.1.1
burst mode

mode in which the field device generates response telegrams without request telegram from

the master
3.2 Abbreviated terms

For the purposes of this document, the abbreviations given in IEC 62453-1, IEC 62453-2, as

well as the following apply.
BACK Burst ACKnowledge
C8PSK Coherent 8-way Phase Shift Keying,
HART communication layer as
...

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................2

FOREWORD ......................................................................................................................5

INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................7

1 Scope .........................................................................................................................8

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................8

3 Terms, definitions, symbols, abbreviated terms and conventions ....................................8

3.1 Terms and definitions ..........................................................................................8

3.2 Abbreviated terms ...............................................................................................9

3.3 Conventions ........................................................................................................9

3.3.1 Data type names and references to data types...............................................9

3.3.2 Vocabulary for requirements .........................................................................9

3.3.3 Use of UML ..................................................................................................9

4 Bus category ...............................................................................................................9

5 Access to instance and device data ............................................................................ 11

5.1 General ............................................................................................................ 11

5.2 Process Channel objects provided by DTM ......................................................... 11

5.3 DTM services to access instance and device data ............................................... 12

6 Protocol-specific behavior .......................................................................................... 12

6.1 Overview .......................................................................................................... 12

6.2 Burst mode subscription .................................................................................... 12

6.3 Usage of device addressing information ............................................................. 13

6.4 Extended Command Numbers ............................................................................ 14

6.5 Handling of communication failures and time-outs ............................................... 14

6.6 Handling of Delayed Responses ......................................................................... 14

6.7 Topologies with mixed HART protocols ............................................................... 16

6.7.1 General ..................................................................................................... 16

6.7.2 Behavior of DTMs supporting ‘Extended_HART’ only.................................... 16

6.7.3 Behavior of DTMs supporting ‘Extended_HART’ and ‘HART_Basic’ ............... 16

6.7.4 Behavior of DTMs that require ‘Extended_HART’ or ‘HART_Basic’ ................ 17

6.8 Nested communication with multiple gateways .................................................... 18

6.9 Communication- and network structures in WirelessHART ................................... 18

6.9.1 General ..................................................................................................... 18

6.9.2 Network topology........................................................................................ 19

7 Protocol-specific usage of general data types.............................................................. 21

8 Protocol-specific common data types .......................................................................... 22

9 Network management data types ................................................................................ 22

9.1 General ............................................................................................................ 22

9.2 Addressing modes ............................................................................................. 22

9.3 Address information........................................................................................... 23

9.4 Additional address information for ‘Extended HART’ protocols ............................. 23

10 Communication data types ......................................................................................... 25

10.1 General ............................................................................................................ 25

10.2 Protocol-specific Addressing Information ............................................................ 26

10.3 Datatype definitions ........................................................................................... 26

11 Channel parameter data types .................................................................................... 30

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12 Device identification ................................................................................................... 33

12.1 Protocol-specific handling of data type STRING .................................................. 33

12.2 Address Range for Scan .................................................................................... 33

12.3 Support for Extended Manufacturer and Device Type Code ................................. 33

12.4 Device type identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ........................... 33

12.5 Common device type identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’

protocols ........................................................................................................... 37

12.6 Topology scan data types .................................................................................. 42

12.7 Scan identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ..................................... 43

12.8 Scan identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols.............................. 45

12.9 Device type identification data types – provided by DTM ..................................... 47

Bibliography ..................................................................................................................... 49

Figure 1 – Part 309 of the IEC 62453 series .........................................................................7

Figure 2 – Burst mode subscription .................................................................................... 13

Figure 3 – Handling of Delayed Reponses (scenario 1) ....................................................... 15

Figure 4 – Handling of Delayed Reponses (scenario 2) ....................................................... 15

Figure 5 – Behavior of DTMs supporting ‘Extended_HART’ and ‘HART_Basic’ ..................... 17

Figure 6 – Behavior of DTMs requires ‘Extended_HART’ or ‘HART_Basic’ ........................... 18

Figure 7 – Host connected to a WirelessHART gateway device ........................................... 19

Figure 8 – FDT Topology of a WirelessHART network......................................................... 20

Figure 9 – Host connected to HART FSK ........................................................................... 20

Figure 10 – FDT Topology when directly connected to a WirelessHART adapter device ....... 21

Table 1 – Protocol identifiers ...............................................................................................9

Table 2 – Definition of PhysicalLayer ................................................................................. 10

Table 3 – Protocol specific usage of general data types ...................................................... 22

Table 4 – Relation of ProtocolId and supported features ..................................................... 23

Table 5 – Simple address information data types ................................................................ 24

Table 6 – Structured address information data types .......................................................... 25

Table 7 – Simple communication data types ....................................................................... 26

Table 8 – Structured communication data types ................................................................. 27

Table 9 – Simple channel parameter data types ................................................................. 31

Table 10 – Structured channel parameter data types .......................................................... 31

Table 11 – Address range for device identification .............................................................. 33

Table 12 – Identification data types with protocol-specific mapping for protocol

‘HART_Basic’ ................................................................................................................... 34

Table 13 – Identification data types with semantics for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ..................... 36

Table 14 – Simple identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ with protocol

independent semantics ..................................................................................................... 37

Table 15 – Structured identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ with protocol

independent semantics ..................................................................................................... 37

Table 16 – Identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols with protocol-

specific mapping ............................................................................................................... 38

Table 17 – Identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols without protocol

independent semantics ..................................................................................................... 41

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Table 18 – Simple identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols with

protocol independent semantics ........................................................................................ 42

Table 19 – Structured identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols with

protocol independent semantics ........................................................................................ 42

Table 20 – Structured device type identification data types ................................................. 43

Table 21 – Simple scan identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ ......................... 43

Table 22 – Structured scan identification data types for protocol ‘HART_Basic’ .................... 43

Table 23 – Simple scan identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols ................. 45

Table 24 – Structured scan identification data types for ‘Extended_HART’ protocols ............ 45

Table 25 – Structured device type identification data types ................................................. 47

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INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION
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FIELD DEVICE TOOL (FDT) INTERFACE SPECIFICATION –
Part 309: Communication profile integration –
IEC 61784 CPF 9
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International Standard IEC 62453-309 has been prepared by subcommittee 65E: Devices and

integration in enterprise systems, of IEC technical committee 65: Industrial-process

measurement, control and automation.

This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2016, and constitutes

a technical revision. The main changes are clarifications and corrections.

Each part of the IEC 62453-3xy series is intended to be read in conjunction with IEC 62453-2.

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The text of this standard is based on the following documents:
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This publication has been drafted in accordance with the ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2.

A list of all parts of the IEC 62453 series, under the general title Field Device Tool (FDT)

interface specification, can be found on the IEC website.

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INTRODUCTION

This part of IEC 62453 is an interface specification for developers of FDT (Field Device Tool)

components for function control and data access within a client/server architecture. The

specification is a result of an analysis and design process to develop standard interfaces to

facilitate the development of servers and clients by multiple vendors that need to interoperate

seamlessly.

With the integration of fieldbusses into control systems, there are a few other tasks which

need to be performed. In addition to fieldbus- and device-specific tools, there is a need to

integrate these tools into higher-level system-wide planning or engineering tools. In particular,

for use in extensive and heterogeneous control systems, typically in the area of the process

industry, the unambiguous definition of engineering interfaces that are easy to use for all

those involved is of great importance.

A device-specific software component, called DTM (Device Type Manager), is supplied by the

field device manufacturer with its device. The DTM is integrated into engineering tools via the

FDT interfaces defined in this specification. The approach to integration is in general open for

all kind of fieldbusses and thus meets the requirements for integrating different kinds of

devices into heterogeneous control systems.

Figure 1 shows how IEC 62453-309 is aligned in the structure of the IEC 62453 series.

Part 309
Communication
profile integration -
IEC 61784 CPF 9
IEC
Figure 1 – Part 309 of the IEC 62453 series
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FIELD DEVICE TOOL (FDT) INTERFACE SPECIFICATION –
Part 309: Communication profile integration –
IEC 61784 CPF 9
1 Scope
Communication Profile Family 9 (commonly known as HART® ) defines communication

profiles based on IEC 61158-5-20 and IEC 61158-6-20. The basic profile CP 9/1 is defined in

IEC 61784-1.

This part of IEC 62453 provides information for integrating the HART® technology into the

FDT standard (IEC 62453-2).
This part of the IEC 62453 specifies communication and other services.
This standard neither contains the FDT specification nor modifies it.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and

are indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any
amendments) applies.

IEC 61158-5-20, Industrial communication networks – Fieldbus specifications – Part 5-20:

Application layer service definition – Type 20 elements

IEC 61158-6-20, Industrial communication networks – Fieldbus specifications – Part 6-20:

Application layer protocol specification – Type 20 elements

IEC 61784-1, Industrial communication networks – Profiles – Part 1: Fieldbus profiles

IEC 62453-1:– , Field device tool (FDT) interface specification – Part 1: Overview and

guidance

IEC 62453-2:– , Field device tool (FDT) interface specification – Part 2: Concepts and

detailed description
3 Terms, definitions, symbols, abbreviated terms and conventions
3.1 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in IEC 62453-1 and

IEC 62453-2, as well as the following apply.
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HART® and WirelessHART® are trade names of products supplied by FieldComm Group. This information is

given for convenience of users of this document and does not constitute an endorsement by IEC of the product

named. Equivalent products may be used if they can be shown to lead to the same results.

To be published concurrently with this standard.
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3.1.1
burst mode

mode in which the field device generates response telegrams without request telegram from

the master
3.2 Abbreviated terms

For the purposes of this document, the abbreviations given in IEC 62453-1, IEC 62453-2, as

well as the following apply.
BACK Burst ACKnowledge
C8PSK Coherent 8-way Phase Shift Keying,
HART communication layer as defined in HCF_SPEC-60, Revision 1.0
DR Delayed Response
EDD Electronic Device Description
FSK Frequency Shift Keying,
HART communication layer as defined in HCF_SPEC-54, Revision 8.1
HART Highway Addressable Remote Transducer
3.3 Conventions
3.3.1 Data type names and references to data types

The conventions for naming and referencing of data types are explained in IEC 62453-2:–,

Clause A.1.
3.3.2 Vocabulary for requirements
The following expressions are used when specifying requirements.
Usage of “shall” or “mandatory” No exceptions allowed.
Usage of “should” or Strong recommendation. It may make sense in
“recommended” special exceptional cases to differ from the
described behaviour.
Function or behaviour may be provided,
Usage of “can’ or “optional’
depending on defined conditions.
3.3.3 Use of UML

Figures in this document are using UML notation as defined in IEC 62453-1:–, Annex A.

4 Bus category

IEC 61784 CPF 9 protocol is identified in the protocolId element of structured data type

'fdt:BusCategory' by the following unique identifiers (see Table 1):
Table 1 – Protocol identifiers
Identifier value ProtocolId Display String Description
036D1498-387B-11D4-86E1- HART_Basic ‘HART’ Support of IEC 61784 CPF 9
protocol over FSK communication
00E0987270B9
with basic functionality
(deprecated)
98503B8F-0FFB-4EB7-BB67- HART_FSK ‘HART FSK’ Support of HART protocol over
F4D6BD16DB8D FSK communication with complete
functionality
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Identifier value ProtocolId Display String Description

74D29D22-F752-40EF-A747- HART_Wireless ‘HART Wireless’ Support of WirelessHART protocol

ACA72C791155
58001A08-C178-4A59-A76B- HART_RS485 ‘HART RS485’ Support of HART protocol over
9EF9111CB83D RS485 communication

EF708CB7-A2A1-42AF-890C- HART_Infrared ‘HART Infrared’ Support of HART protocol over

15CEB680CC12 Infrared communication
D122D172-F0C7-4B03-965B- HART_IP ‘HART IP’ Support of HART over IP protocol
512CD4C0871E

The ‘HART_Basic’ protocol is maintained for backward compatibility only (e.g. for interaction

with DTMs according to IEC 62453-309 Ed.1.0). The other protocol identifiers provide a better

support for planning of network topologies and for establishment of connections between DTM

and respective device. For DTMs complying with this document support for one of the other

protocols is mandatory.
Within this document the other protocols (HART_FSK, HART_Wireless, HART_RS485,

HART_Infrared, HART_IP) are referenced as ‘Extended_HART’ protocols. (E.g. for definitions

that apply to all protocols except ‘HART_Basic’.)

Table 2 defines which PhysicalLayer can be used together with the BusCategory defined in

Table 1.
Table 2 – Definition of PhysicalLayer
PhysicalLayer Id value PhysicalLayer name value Description
BAB2091A-C0A7-4614-B9DE- HART FSK Physical Layer Support of HART FSK physical
FCC2709DCF5D layer

B9F1A250-AC94-4487-8F25-A8F3F8F89DC5 WirelessHART Physical Support of WirelessHART

Layer physical layer

036D1591-387B-11D4-86E1-00E0987270B9 HART RS-485 Physical Layer Support of HART devices using

RS-485 communication

AE4119EF-B9FD-429c-B244-134DB182296A HART Infrared Physical Support of HART devices using

Layer infrared communication
307dd808-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASET HART Ethernet based Physical
Layers
307dd809-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASETXHD
307dd80a-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASETXFD
307dd80b-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASEFLHD
307dd80c-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASEFLFD
307dd80d-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASEFXHD
307dd80e-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10BASEFXFD
307dd80f-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 100BASETXHD
307dd810-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 100BASETXFD
307dd811-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 100BASEFXHD
307dd812-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 100BASEFXFD
307dd813-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 100BASELX10
307dd814-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 100BASEPX10
307dd815-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASEXHD
307dd816-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASEXFD
307dd817-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASELXHD
307dd818-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASELXFD
307dd819-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASESXHD
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PhysicalLayer Id value PhysicalLayer name value Description
307dd81a-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASESXFD
307dd81b-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASETHD
307dd81c-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 1000BASETFD
307dd81d-c010-11db-90e7-0002b3ecdcbe 10GigBASEFX

The significant information for topology planning is the BusCategory. The PhysicalLayer

(which is provided in the BusInformation data type) shall be used only for additional

information.
The DataLinkLayer property is not applicable for HART and shall be set to null.
5 Access to instance and device data
5.1 General

The HART protocol has semantics defined that allow in a wide range the identification of

device variables and device parameters. Most of this semantic information is defined in the

standard EDD import libraries.

Clause 5 describes how the semantic information defined with the HART protocol shall be

used to export device data, instance data and process data.
5.2 Process Channel objects provided by DTM
The minimum set of provided data shall be:

• the first four provided process related values (PV, SV, …) – if available – are modeled as

channel references. The referenced channel shall include ranges and scaling.

A HART device communicates the process data either via its analogue channels or via digital

information (e.g. by request or by burst mode). Analogue channels are always related to a

dynamic variable, as specified in [3] chapter 8 and therefore the description of an analogue

channel has to be accessed using the respective dynamic variable (e.g. the attributes of

dynamic variable PV always describe the first analogue channel).
HART distinguishes between three metho
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