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YOKOGAWA TRAINING Section 1.

CS3000 System Overview




SECTION 1

CS3000
SYSTEM OVERVIEW




CONTENTS

1 CS3000 HARDWARE CONFIGURATION__________________________ 1-2
1.1 Operating Environment of System Generation Function _______________ 1-2
1.2 HIS Human Interface Station ____________________________________ 1-3
1.2.1 Hardware Operating Environment________________________________________ 1-3
1.2.2 V net Interface Card___________________________________________________ 1-4
1.3 Control Station Overview_________________________________________ 1-8
1.3.1 Configuration of PFCS ________________________________________________ 1-9
1.3.2 Configuration of Rack Mountable LFCS (CS3000) _________________________ 1-10
1.3.3 Configuration of a Rack Mountable FFCS ________________________________ 1-11
1.3.4 Configuration of Rack Mountable KFCS (CS3000) ___________________________ 1-12
1.4 LFCS - I/O CONFIGURATION __________________________________ 1-13
1.4.1 LFCS - The RIO Bus Network _________________________________________ 1-13
1.4.2 LFCS/PFCS - Types of I/O Module Nests ________________________________ 1-14
1.4.3 LFCS/PFCS - Combination of I/O Nests and I/O Modules____________________ 1-21
1.5 KFCS/FFCS - I/O CONFIGURATION ____________________________ 1-23
1.5.1 KFCS - The FIO Bus Network _________________________________________ 1-23
1.5.2 FFCS I/O Bus Network _____________________________________________ 1-25
1.5.3 KFCS/FFCS - Types of Nodes _________________________________________ 1-26
1.5.4 KFCS/FFCS FIO Modules ___________________________________________ 1-27
1.5.5 FIO Module Connection ______________________________________________ 1-29
1.6 Other Hardware _______________________________________________ 1-30
1.6.1 Bus Converter ______________________________________________________ 1-30
1.6.2 Optical Bus Repeaters ________________________________________________ 1-31

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1 CS3000 HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

1.1 Operating Environment of System Generation Function

The CS 3000 system consists of the HIS (Human Interface Station) that handles the
operation and monitoring functions, the FCS (Field Control Station) that carries out
the control function, and control bus (V net) that connects those stations. The system
generation functions work in the HIS and general-purpose PCs.



Vnet - Speed: 10Mb/s
- Type: Token Passing

Number of Stations per Domain = 64
Number of Domains = 16 (CS3000 only)

HIS 16 Maximum per Domain
FCS 48 Maximum per Domain

BCV 1,000 Tags per Second (approx.)



Figure 1.1 Basic Configuration

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1.2 HIS Human Interface Station
1.2.1 Hardware Operating Environment

The CS3000 Operator Station and Engineering functions run on a standard PC under
Windows 2000. The requirements for the PC are listed below.

Main Memory, Hard Disk Capacity

Main memory and hard disk size required for the PC depends on the installed
packages as indicated in the table below.

Table 1.2 Required Main Memory Size


Table 1.3 Required Hard Disk Size



Software Environment: Windows 2000, Service Pack 1 or 2

See Installation Manual,
Section 3 for more details.


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1.2.2 V net Interface Card

V net interface card (VF701) is a communication card which is installed to a PC/AT-
compatible personal computer. The VF701 has two ports in order to support dual
communication. The operation and monitoring function by personal computer is
feasible by installing a VF701 to the PCI slot of a personal computer with the PC
software installed and by connecting a V net cable to the VF701.

1.2.2.1 Front panel of the V net interface card

RCV lamp

This lamp illuminates when the communication carrier is received from the V
net. It is turned off otherwise.

SND lamp

This lamp illuminates when the data is transmitted to the V net and is turned
off other-wise.

BNC connector

VL net and VF701 is connected here. It is necessary to connect a T-connector
to this BNC connector.


Figure 1.5 Front panel of the V net interface card


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1.2.2.2 Setting the V net station address

The station address of a V net is defined by a combination of a domain number
and a station number. The DIP switches for setting the domain number and
station number are located on the printed circuit board of the VF701. (Refer to
the figure.)


Figure 1.6 Location of the DIP switches on the VF701

If necessary, change set the domain number and station number settings as
follows:


Figure 1.7 DIP switches for setting the station address

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1.2.2.3 Setting the domain number

Set 1 to a single network system. Unless specified, the DIP switch is shipped
with all the bits OFF. Domain is a range of stations connected by single V net.
Set the domain number in the range of 1 to 16. Set the DIP switches as shown
in the following table to set the necessary domain number. Bit 2 and 3 of the
DIP switches are always 0.

Switch Value
8
7
6
5
4

1
2
4
8
16



MSB: Most Significant Bit
LSB: Least Significant Bit

Figure 1.8 DIP switches for setting the domain number


Table 1.3 Domain numbers and the switch positions


Setting of the DIP switch
0: The switch is flipped to the right in the diagram above.
1: The switch is flipped to the left in the diagram above.


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1.2.2.4 Setting the station number

Set the station number in the range of 1 to 64 (24 for CS1000). Set the DIP
switches as shown in the following table to set the necessary station number.

Switch Value
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
4
8
16
32
64

MSB: Most Significant Bit
LSB: Least Significant Bit

Figure 1.9 DIP switches for setting the station number

Table 1.4 Station numbers and the switch positions



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1.3 Control Station Overview

The hardware commonly used as field control stations in CENTUM CS 1000 and
CENTUM CS 3000 systems are the PFCS, LFCS and KFCS.

KFCS Distributed Field Control Station with fast remote I/O (FIO)
FFCS Compact Field Control Station with FIO
PFCS Compact Field Control Station with local I/O.
LFCS Distributed Field Control Station with remote I/O (RIO)

These types are further divided into the following models:

AFG30S/D rack mountable field control station, FIO (KFCS)
AFG40S/D field control station with cabinet, FIO

AFF50S/D compact field control station (using FIO modules)

AFG7xS/D migration type field control station, RIO V, XL I/O
AFG8xS/D migration type field control station, FIO V, XL I/O

PFCS/D compact field control station, local I/O (using RIO modules)

AFG10S/D rack mountable field control station, RIO (LFCS)
AFG20S/D field control station with cabinet, RIO

(note: the AFS is similar to the AFG, but with the older style CPU)

All these field control station models are generically referred to as FCSs.


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1.3.1 Configuration of PFCS

The figure below shows the maximum configuration of a PFCS with an expansion
rack. The units composing a PFCS are listed in the table below the figure.


Figure 1.10 Configuration of PFCS


Table 1.5 Units Comprising PFCS


For more information, refer to
Instruction Manual 33Q6C20-01E,
Section A2.1

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1.3.2 Configuration of Rack Mountable LFCS (CS3000)

The figure below shows the configuration of a rack mountable duplexed LFCS. For a
single CPU model, cards and units are installed in the right half of the nest. For the
units and cards composing an LFCS, see the table in Section 1.3.5.



Figure 1.11 Configuration of Rack Mountable LFCS (CS3000)


Processor - AFS 25 MHz RISC processor
- AFG 133 MHz RISC processor



For more information, refer to
Instruction Manual 33Q6C20-01E,
Section A2.2
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1.3.3 Configuration of a Rack Mountable FFCS

The figure below shows a rack mountable duplexed compact FCS (FFCS). The I/O
cards that are plugged into this unit are the same as for the KFCS described below.








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1.3.4 Configuration of Rack Mountable KFCS (CS3000)


The figure below shows the configuration of a rack mountable duplexed KFCS. For a
single CPU model, cards and units are installed in the right half of the nest. For the
units and cards composing an KFCS, see the table in Section 1.3.5.



Figure 1.11 Configuration of Rack Mountable KFCS (CS3000)


Processor - AFS 25 MHz RISC processor
- AFG 133 MHz RISC processor


For more information, refer to
Instruction Manual 33Q6C20-01E,
Section A2.4

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1.4 LFCS - I/O CONFIGURATION

1.4.1 LFCS - The RIO Bus Network

The Remote I/O Bus is a twisted pair communications bus used for transferring I/O
data between the nodes interface units (NIUs) and the FCS. This is required for the
LFCS only, as the I/O is integral to the PFCS.

Structure of the RIO bus network:

All I/O is installed in I/O Nests. These are installed in NIUs that
communicate on the RIO bus to the FCS. The system capacity is as follows:

NIUs: 8 per FCS
NESTS: 5 per Node (see below for I/O limitations for each nest)

RIO Bus Specifications:

Type: Shielded Twisted Pair. Requested 750 Ohm terminator at each
end.
Length: 750m. Can be extended with repeaters.
Speed: 1 Mb/s

RIO Bus Function:

The RIO bus is controlled by the RB301 controller card in the FCS, and the
RB401 controller card in each node interface unit. The RB301 card scans the
bus every 18 msec, reading/writing 2 x 16 bit words from each nest of each
node every scan.

Note:
1 Analog I/O = 1 Word
1 Digital I/O = 1 Bit

RIO Bus 1 Mbps

Figure 1.4.1 RIO Bus Network

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1.4.2 LFCS/PFCS - Types of I/O Module Nests

There are eight types of I/O module nests, as the table below shows.

Table 1.8 I/O Module Nests

Models Model Names
AMN11 Nest for Analog I/O Modules
AMN12 (*1) High-Speed Nest for Analog I/O Modules
AMN21 Nest for Relay I/O Modules
AMN31 Nest for Terminal I/O Modules
AMN32 Nest for Connector I/O Modules
AMN33 Nest for Communication I/O Modules
AMN34 Nest for Multipoint Control Analog I/O Modules
AMN51 Nest for Communication I/O Cards
AMN52 Nest for PROFIBUS Communication Modules
AMN71(*2) Nest for Ethernet Communications Module

*1: Only applies to CS3000 LFCS
*2: Only applies to CS3000 PFCS

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1.4.2.1 Model AMN11 Nest for Analog I/O Modules

The analog I/O module nest is a dedicated receptacle for multiple analog I/O
modules. One analog I/O module nest can accommodate up to 16 I/O
modules.



Figure 1.23 External View of Analog I/O Module Nest

Table List of I/O Modules Installable in Analog I/O Module Nest

Types Models Names
AAM10 Current/voltage input module (Simplified type)
AAM11 Current/voltage input module
Analog I/O modules AAM21 mV, thermocouple, RTS input module
APM11 Pulse input module
AAM50 Current output module
AAM51 Current/voltage output module

Wiring Details for Analog I/O Modules:



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1.4.2.2 Model AMN21 Nest for Relay I/O Modules

Relay I/O modules are installed in relay I/O module nests. Either one of the
relay input module Model ADM15R or the relay output module Model
ADM55R can be installed in this nest.


Figure 1.24 External View of Relay I/O Module Nest

Table List of I/O Modules Installable in Relay I/O Module Nest

Types Models Names
Relay input module ADM15R Relay input module
Relay output module ADM55R Relay output module


Wiring diagram for Relay Inputs:



Wiring diagram for Relay Outputs


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1.4.2.3 Model AMN31 Nest for Terminal I/O Modules

Multiplexer modules and digital I/O modules (terminal type) can be installed
in the terminal I/O module nest. Up to two I/O modules can be installed in the
nest. A combination of multiplexer modules and digital I/O modules, however,
cannot be installed in the same nest.


Figure 1.25 External View of Terminal I/O Module Nest

Table List of I/O Modules Installable in Terminal I/O Module Nest

Types Models Names
AMM12T Voltage input multiplexer module
Multiplexer module AMM22M mV input multiplexer module
AMM22T Thermocouple input multiplexer module
AMM22TJ Thermocouple input multiplexer module
AMM32T RTD input multiplexer module
AMM32TJ RTD input multiplexer module
AMM42T 2-wire transmitter input multiplexer module
AMM52T Current output multiplexer module
ADM11T Contact input module (16-point, terminal type)
Digital I/O module ADM12T Contact input module (32-point, terminal type)
ADM51T Contact output module (16-point, terminal type)
ADM52T Contact output module (32-point, terminal type)


See IM 33Y6K01-01E, Section 4.2.3

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1.4.2.4 Model AMN32 Nest for Connector I/O Modules

Voltage Multiplexer (connector type) and Digital I/O modules (connector
type) can be installed in the connector I/O module nest. Up to 4 I/O modules
can be installed in one nest.



Figure 1.26 External View of Connector I/O Module Nest

Table List of I/O Modules Installable in Connector I/O Module Nest

Types Models Names
ADM11C Contact input module (16-point, connector type)
Digital I/O module ADM12C Contact input module (32-point, connector type)
ADM51C Contact output module (16-point, connector type)
ADM52C Contact output module (32-point, connector type)
AMM12C Voltage input Multiplexer module
Multiplexer module AMM22C mV input Multiplexer module
AMM25C Thermocouple input Multiplexer module
AMM32C RTD input Multiplexer module
AMM32CJ RTD input Multiplexer module



/ Wiring for 32 Point Digital I O
Wiring for 16 Point Digital I/O

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1.4.2.5 Model AMN33 Nest for Communication Modules

Communication modules are installed in the communication module nest. Up
to two modules can be installed in one nest.


Figure 1.27 External View of Communication Module Nest

Table List of I/O Modules Installable in Communication Module Nest

Type Model Name
ACM11 RS-232C Communication module
Communication module ACM12 RS-422/RS-485 Communication module
ACF11 Fieldbus Communication Module





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1.4.2.6 Model AMN34 Nest for Multipoint Control Analog I/O Modules

Multipoint control analog I/O modules are installed in the nest for multipoint control
analog I/O modules. Up to two modules can be installed in one nest.


Figure 1.28 External View of Nest for Multipoint Control Analog I/O Module

Table List of I/O Modules Installable in Multipoint Control Analog I/O Module Nest

Type Model Name
Multipoint control analog I/O Module Multipoint control analog I/O Module AMC80

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1.4.3 LFCS/PFCS - Combination of I/O Nests and I/O Modules

The different types of I/O modules may be installed in different I/O module nests. The
varies combinations are possible. The allowed combinations are listed in the
following table.

Table 1.9 List of Combinations and Max. No. Installable of I/O Module Nests and I/O Modules
(1)


*1: The multiplexer module and the digital I/O module cannot be installed in the
same I/O module nest.
*2: PFCS/SFCS These modules can be installed in Slot 1 or 3 only. Other IOMs
cannot be installed in Slot 2 0r 4. These modules and AMM12C can be installed in
the same AMN32 Nest for Connector I/O Modules.
*3: PFCS/SFCS This module can be combined with AMM12T, AMM22M or
AMM22T in the same AMN32. Up to two AMM12C modules can be installed.
*4: PFCS/SFCS This module can be installed in the PFCS or SFCS Field Control
Station.

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Table 1.10 List of Combinations and Max. No. Installable of I/O Module Nests and I/O Modules
(2)


*1: The multiplexer module and the digital I/O module cannot be installed in the same I/O module
nest.
*5: LFCS Only 1 module (Slot 1) can be installed when the operation mode of Model ADM52T is in
time proportioning ON/OFF (see table below).
*6: LFCS Installation restrictions during operation mode are as shown in the table below (no modules
can be installed in Slots marked with N/A) Only 2 modules can be installed in Slots 1 and 3 when the
operation mode of ADM51C is in time proportioning ON/OFF.
However, when installing one module, a general connector type ADM can be installed in Slots 3 and 4.
Only 2 modules can be installed in Slots 1 and 3 when the operation mode of ADM52C is in pulse
width output. However, when installing one module, a general connector type ADM can be installed in
Slots 3 and 4. Only 1 slot can be installed when the operation mode of ADM52C is in time
proportioning ON/OFF.
*7: PFCS/SFCS May be installed in PFCS/SFCS.
*8: PFCS/SFCS May be installed in PFCS/SFCS.
Model ACF11 and model ACM11 or ACM12 cannot be installed in the same AMN33 Nest for
Communication Modules.
Model ACM11 and ACM12 can be installed in the same AMN33.

Table Restrictions on Installation for Different Operation Mode


For detailed information
regarding I/O modules, refer
to Instruction Manual
33Y6K01-01E Section 3 & 4.
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1.5 KFCS/FFCS - I/O CONFIGURATION

1.5.1 KFCS - The FIO Bus Network

The Fast I/O Bus comprises the ESB local bus and the ER remote bus and is a high
speed communications bus used for transferring I/O data between the node interface
units (Nodes) and the FCS.


Structure of the FIO bus network:

All I/O is installed in I/O Nests. These are installed in Nodes that
communicate on the ESB bus to the FCS. The system capacity is as follows:

Nodes: 10 per FCS
Slots: 8 per Node (see below for I/O limitations for each nest)


ESB Bus Specifications:

Type: Parallel bus connection with internal terminators
Length: 10m, non-extendable.
Speed: 125 Mb/s


ER Bus Specifications:

Type: Co-ax, ethernet
Length: 128m (thin co-ax)/500m (thick co-ax), extendable with fibre-
optic repeaters.
Speed: 10 Mb/s

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FIO Bus Configuration

The ESB is a high speed parallel local bus on which the Nodes reside. The ER
bus is a co-ax ethernet bus for long distance communications, and is connected
to the ESB via an ethernet card in a Node. The total of 10 Nodes applies to all
Nodes connected to the ESB and ER busses.




Figure 1.5.1 FIO Bus Network

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1.5.2 FFCS I/O Bus Network

The FFCS is expandable to 3 extra nodes which can be connected using the ESB bus
or the remote ER bus. The specifications for these busses are the same as for the
KFCS bus. The following schematic shows how they can be configured:




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1.5.3 KFCS/FFCS - Types of Nodes

There are two types of nodes, local and remote. The only difference between them is
the bus card that is plugged into them.



Figure 1.5.2 Node Layout





Figure 1.5.3 Physical Hardware Schematic

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1.5.4 KFCS/FFCS FIO Modules


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For more information, refer to
Instruction Manual 33Y06K01-01E,
Section B2

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1.5.5 FIO Module Connection


Figure 1.5.4 Analog Module Connection Blocks


Figure 1.5.5 Digital Module Connection Blocks


Figure 1.5.5 Communication Module Connection Blocks
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1.6 Other Hardware
1.6.1 Bus Converter

A Bus Converter allows a connection between two control buses, for example, two V
Net buses or V Net to RL Bus (uXL). It manages the flow of data between them be
means of a taglist resident within the bus converter.

On a plant, the V Net may be separated into 2 or more domain for several reasons:

1. The number of tags or stations in the system exceeds the capacity of the
DCS, requiring that it be split between several domains.
2. Isolation between separate areas of plant is required.
3. Two areas of identical plant with identical tagnames can be separated.

The bus converter provides a connection between two domains, and allows tag data to
be transferred between the two systems in a managed way. Thus data in one domain
can be monitored by a HIS in another domain.



Figure 1.29 Bus Converter Configuration

Specifications:

Dual redundancy: Processors
Power Supplies
V Net Connections
Capacity: 1000 Tags per second (approx.)


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1.6.2 Optical Bus Repeaters

The optical bus repeater is designed to extend the communication bus (VL net, V net
and RIO bus) of the CS 1000 system or CS 3000 system. The use of optical bus
repeaters makes it possible to transmit through optical fiber cables over a long
distance. Being free of the effects of external noise and ground potential differences, it
is suitable for outdoor transmission.

The repeater is available in four different models according to the transmission
distance and configuration:

YNT511S Single-configuration optical bus repeater (for 4 km, max.)
YNT511D Dual-redundant configuration optical bus repeater (for 4 km, max.)
YNT521S Single-configuration optical bus repeater (for 15 km, max.)
YNT521D Dual-redundant configuration optical bus repeater (for 15 km,
max.)



Figure 1.30 Configuration of Optical Bus Repeater