List of FIST Completed Devices

List of FIST Completed Devices

About FIST
FDT/DTM Interoperability Support Test, where FDT stands for Field Device Tool and DTM stands for Device Type Manager. It is a program or activity in order to reinforce the interoperability between Yokogawa FDT Frame application and the DTM's of third party field device vendors.
DTM and frame application are being developed independently of one another, with the only prerequisite to comply with given FDT interfaces. The interaction can only work, when compliance with these interfaces can be ensured. Even though the FDT Group itself validates the DTM by a certification process, Yokogawa additionally has established an "Interoperability Test Lab" to verify the interoperability of the DTM's with our frame applications namely PRM and FieldMate.

About FDT / DTM
FDT (Field Device Tool) is a communication interface technology that enables communication between on-site field devices such as pressure sensors or flow meters and a control system, regardless of the communication protocol or the vendor of the field devices. 
DTM (Device Type Manager) is a driver software that is created by the control system vendors and field device vendors for their own products based on this FDT technology. 
With these vendor-provided DTMs that comply with the various communication protocols used in the control field, users can easily connect control systems and sensors from different vendors to build an optimal plant control system.

Device vendors or user who wish to have their DTM tested can apply for the test through “Contact Us”.
Please select Main Category”05_Others”, Sub Category-1“14_Others”, Sub Category-2”01_HIST/FIST".

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