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LESSON 3

OBJECTIVE OF THIS LESSON

In this lesson you will be learning how to:

1. Learn FCS configuration items. 2. Define I/O modules for analog and digital points. 3. Learn how to define operator guide messages, annunciator messages, and message print out. 4. Identify the restrictions of common switches (%SW).

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FCS Constants

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Under the FCS Configuration, the user can define set up items specifically for that FCS. Some definable items are: Definition Item Start Condition: Defines the starting conditions the FCS will go through when returning from a power down condition. MAN (Initial Cold Start): This resets all of the FCS internal functions, and processing starts from the first block. Blocks connected to the I/O will be placed in MAN mode and Sequence Tables in AUT mode. AUT (Restart): Completes the function block processing order before the power failure. Blocks return to the state or mode they were in before the power failure. TIM: Allows the FCS to use the Momentary Power Failure Detect time shown below when recovering from a power failure. If the power failure is less than the allotted time, the FCS returns as AUT mode, if the time is longer than defined, the FCS returns as MAN.

Momentary Power Failure Detect: Allows the user to define the maximum length of a detected power failure. This will determine if the FCS will either restart or go through a cold start. This field only applies if the start condition is TIM . Digital Filter Coefficient: Used to buffer the input signal and minimize over control because of process noise.

Scan Transmission Definition Item (For CS3000 "Global Switches" which allows FCS to FCS flagging across the Vnet) Self Station Buffer Size: Define the buffer size to transfer. "0" for no transfer, "32" bytes for all 256 bits. Station Definition Type: Default is "0", which does not receive global switches from any other FCS. If a "1" is defined, then the FCS (or any FCS) whose global switches will be read by this station are defined.

Detail Setting Items Windup Time: Used in conjunction with an Initial Cold Start condition. No control output functions or sequence tables are executed in a cold start for the time period defined here. 0-100 seconds. SEBOL/User C Time Ratio [%]: Sets the processing executed during FCS idle time. 100% means that SEBOL will be using all of the idle time. Repeated Warning Alarm Period: Defines the amount of time a high priority alarm will re-alarm if its alarm condition is not corrected. Alarm Mask Specification for Initial Cold Start: Allows the user to disable process alarms during an initial cold start. Inter-station Data Link Communication Period: The time, in seconds, for the transfer of process data from one FCS to another across the Vnet. Re-transmission skip times when Inter-station Error: The number of Communication Periods (see above) that the FCS will wait until it tries to communicate with another FCS when a transmission error occurs.

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Defining Node Interface Unit (NIU).

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DEFINING NODE INTERFACE UNITS (NIU) This defines the Node Interface Unit in a FCS. Node interface units are where I/O modules are mounted in a FCS. The nodes and I/O modules must be defined in the FCS builder so that the I/O address can be defined in the software

Node Types: Local: ESB Bus. This is the 128 Mbps bus with a maximum length of 10 meters (33 ft). Only 10 nodes in the Vnet I/P FCS can be defined as local Remote: RIO Bus. This is the 10 Mbps bus with a length of 185 meters (600 ft) that can be extended up to 2 km (1.25 mi) using fiber optics and bus repeaters.

Module Units: AFV10D Local dual power supply AFV10S Local single power supply ANB10D Remote dual power supply ANB10S Remote single power supply Nodes: Node number 1 10 for FIO in the Vnet FFCS; 1-15 for the Vnet I/P FCS. The FCS is always considered as node #1. Remote Node: (if remote node otherwise grayed out) Master NIU and address Address of Left-Hand Side EB501 Address of Right-Hand Side of EB501 Power Supply Unit: Dual, 80W or 40W or 24VDC Component Number: Capital Equipment ID, optional Node Comment: Comment, optional

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Output in a lump: Data is sent with completion of scan time Output immediately: Data is sent right after calculation is done

Creating a new Input / Output Module (IOM)

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DEFINING I/O MODULES When a node is selected then the I/O modules can be defined. Using the right-hand mouse button allows the user to assign the desired modules into the pre-defined slots. The category (such as: analog, digital, or communication), type (such as analog: input, output or HART) and slot (plus redundant module) are setup on this window. Some Examples of: Analog I/O AAB841 AAI135 AAI141 AAI835 cards) AAI841 AAP135 AAR145 AAT141 AAT145 AAT181 AAV141 AAV142 AAV542 8 input / 8 output, non-isolated, 1-5V in and 4-20mA out. (6 maximum per Node Unit) 8 inputs, isolated, 4-20 mA. (6 maximum per Node Unit if mixed with other AI/O cards) 16 inputs, non-isolated, 4-20 mA. (6 maximum per Node Unit) 4 inputs / 4 outputs, isolated, 4-20mA. (6 maximum per Node Unit if mixed with other AI/O 8 input / 8 output non-isolated, 4-20 mA. (6 maximum per Node Unit) 8 channels, isolated Pulse input module (0-10 KHZ). (6 maximum per Node Unit) 12 channels, isolated, RTD or POT, uses KS cable. 16 channels, isolated, TC or mV. 16 channels, isolated, TC or mV, uses KS cable. 12 channels, isolated, RTD or POT. 16 inputs, non-isolated, 1-5 V. 16 inputs, non-isolated, -10 to +10V. 16 outputs, non-isolated, 10 to 10V.

Digital Input/Output: ADV141 ADV142 ADV151 also) ADV157 ADV161 ADV159 ADV169 ADR541 ADV551 ADV557 ADV559 ADV561 ADV569 ADV859 ADV869 16 contact inputs, 100-120 VAC, isolated, 4.7 mA. 16 contact inputs, 220-240 VAC, isolated, 6.2 mA/ch. 32 contact inputs, 24VDC, isolated, 4.1 mA. (supports IRIG-B time synchronization, SB311 32 contact inputs, 24VDC, isolated, 4.1 mA, pressure clamp terminal. 64 contact inputs, 24VDC, 2.5 mA. 32 channels, digital input module, compatible w/ CENTUMXL ST3. 64 channels, digital input module, compatible w/ CENTUMXL ST6. 16 channels, Relay output, 24-110 VDC, or 100-240VAC. 32 contact outputs, 24VDC, isolated, 100 mA. 32 contact outputs, 24VDC, isolated, 100 mA, pressure clamp terminal. 32 channels, digital output module, compatible w/ CENTUMXL ST4. 64 contact outputs, 24VDC, 100 mA. 64 channels, digital output module, compatible w/ CENTUMXL ST6. 16 inputs / 16 outputs, digital I/O module, compatible w/ CENTUMXL ST2. 32 inputs / 32 outputs, digital I/O module, compatible w/ CENTUMXL ST5.

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Definition of Analog Input and Outputs

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DEFINING ANALOG I/O MODULES Once a Control I/O unit has been defined, the user double-clicks on that assignment to define the module types that will go into that unit.

Some of the definable items are: Terminal Number: Defines the unit, slot, and terminal number that the user will enter when defining the input or output point a function block will use. Signal: Displays the I/O modules definable for an analog unit. Conversion: Used with thermocouples, RTD, and potentiometer inputs. In the case of thermocouples, define the type used. Range: Not changeable, based upon the module type define in Signal Details. Label: Gives the user the ability to alias the input or output point with the name of the field device. Always started with %% followed by up to 14 characters. (%%TT505-A).

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DEFINING DIGITAL I/O MODULES Double-clicking on a digital module display its definition builder

Some of the items definable here are: Signal: DI input or DO output, Mode: Status input or SOE (Sequence of Events) P&ID Tag Name: Tag name found on P&ID drawing, used as a comment. Tag Name: The digital point can be given a tag name, just like a function block. Tag Comment: Comment displayed on the instrument faceplate. Switch Position Label: Defines what text will be shown on the faceplate.

Also definable are the tag mark, security level, and label color when it is selected.

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Defining Common and Global Switches

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SWITCHES Communication I/O

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This is used with sub system (like a PLC) communications, there are 1000 element numbers available with a standard FCS, and 4000 with an enhanced CS3000 FCS.

Common Switches Common switches are flags inside the FCS, and can be used for event signaling to sequence tables. 4000 are available for CS3000. Switches can be given tag names.

1-400 are Reserved for System use. Switches 1-7 are used in the FCS start operation. The following chart is from the on-line manual and describes the function of the switches.

Start Operation Identification Switch Start Conditions CPU Start Power failure (MAN specified) Prolonged power failure (TIM specified) Momentary power failure (TIM specified) Power failure (AUT specified) Restart Initial cold start ON OFF OFF ON OFF OFF Start Operation n=1 n=2 n=3 n=4 n=5 n=6 n=7 OFF Regardless of start conditions specified, it is ON if a power failure time elapsed is shorter than momentary power failure and OFF if longer.

OFF OFF

ON ON

OFF OFF

OFF OFF

ON ON

OFF OFF

This is how these common switches are used: %SW0001 to %SW0003 is for start operation identification. %SW0004 to %SW0006 is for sequence table execution start step identification. %SW0007 is for power failure time identification. %SW0003 and %SW0006 are reserved for future use.

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Defining Operator Guidance and Annunciators.

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Annunciator Messages These messages will display like a system or process alarm in the System Message Area. Annunciator messages must be triggered to appear, this can be done with a sequence table or with its faceplate window. 1000 are available per FCS.

Some of the items definable here are: The message to display. Tag name for the annunciator element. Text on the instrument faceplate.

Also definable are the tag mark, security level, and label color when it is selected.

Operator Guide Message Operator Guide Messages can be used to notify operators of a process occurrence. These can be triggered by a sequence table, timer, or counter. A message can be up to 70 characters in length. 500 available per FCS. Messages can be triggered by a sequence table, timer, or counter. Message color is selectable A Related Window can be defined, so, when the message appears an operator can select the message and go to a pre-defined panel.

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FCS BUILDER EXERCISE In this exercise you will define details in your project FCS and create I/O that will be used later in this manual. Be aware that the amount of step by step direction will gradually decrease as you progress through these exercises. FCS Configuration 1. Double click on FCS0101 in STUDENTV and the builders for the field control station appear. 2. Click on Configuration, and then double-click on StnDef in the Opened Folder portion of the window. The station definition window appears. 3. Move the pointer to the right most icon above Scan Transmission, and Show/Hide detailed setting items will appear at the bottom left corner of this builder window. Click on this icon and a new category will appear. NOTE: The Show/Hide detailed setting items icon must be selected on any builder to view or change all of its configurable items.

4. Click on Detailed Setting, and change Interval of Repeated Warning Alarms to 300 seconds. Now, save and exit from this builder.

I/O Module Definition 1. Right click on IOM select Create New and then pick Node from the menus that appear. Since FCS0101 is selected, this is where the configuration will be defined. NOTE: The Node is automatically defined as 1.

2. Click Power Supply Unit radio buttons for Dual-Redundant Power Supply and 80W. 3. Right click on NODE1 select Create New and then pick IOM (repeat for the next four I/O modules) Module 1 is Category Analog Input/Output (HART Compliant) Type AAI841-H (8 Channel Current Input 8 Channel Current Output HART Compliant) Module 2 is Category Status Input Type ADV151-E (32-Channel SOE status input module Module 3 is Category Status Output Type ADV551-P (32-Channel Status Output) Module 4 is Category Fieldbus Communications Type ALF111 (Foundation Fieldbus (FF-H1) Communication) Double click on AAI841-H then the Show/Hide detailed setting items icon and scroll over until Label column header appears. For %Z011101, enter %%AIN-001 in this field. For %Z011102, enter %%AIN-002 in this field. For %Z011109, enter %%AOT-009 in this field.

4. Save and exit from this builder.

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