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Advant OCS with MOD 300 Software


Section 2 System Overview

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Lesson Outline
Distributed Control System Concept Components of DCS

DCN Specification
e-DCN Details

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MOD 300 Release History


1984 1986 Version 6 1987 Version 6.3.7 1989 Version 8 Introduction of MOD 300 Software Introduction of Motorola 68000 Processor, Control Redundancy, and distributed data architecture Established Baseline software Introduction of SC Controller, Turbo Nodes, Security Keys, Taylor Remote I/O(TRIO), Statistical Process ControlSPC, Taylor Ladder Logic(TLL)

1991(Version 10) Introduction of Motorola 68020 Processor, Multiple Configurators, PLC Interface for SC Controller, SS TRIO, PC Template Generator, PC Data Analysis, Autotune, Foreign Language displays, and compiled TCL, as well as Display builder plot symbol and editing Enhancements, Environment download enhancements, and addition of Graphical Report fields(Historical trends, SPC Charts and plots) to Report Services. 1993 Version 14 Introduction of Advant Technology, Batch 300 Enhancements 1994 2000 (Present) Introduction of Advant Controller Sub System(AC460) Version 14.4/3 S800 I/O Enhancements

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New Terms and Definitions


MOD 300 System
The MOD300 System is a Fully Expandable and Upgradeable Automation Platform.

ADVANT Technology Incorporates workstations(OS, ES or IMS) and Controllers (AC460), Both hardware and software with OPEN SYSTEM STANDARDS.

OPEN SYSTEM STANDARDS


X windows OSF /Motifs, TCP/IP, Unix SQL Data Base Access All Incorporated in MOD300 Systems

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Unix TM
A Multi Tasking, Multi User Operating System used by Advant Technology.

Oracle TM
A Relational Data Base used Extensively by Advant Technology

X Terminal
A Terminal used for X-Windows Strictly Speaking, An X-Terminal Provides only Terminal Functions, but no local Computational Capabilities. Some Desktop Computers can be used as XTerminal Emulators

TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol /Internet Protocol, a standard Network protocol used to transfer files and data.

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Advant Station
Any UNIX based Hewlett Packard 500 Series Workstations Equipped with a REAL TIME ACCELERATOR BOARD (Hardware Board Manufactured by ABB) and Running on one of the ADVA Families of Software.

Adva Command
Family of Software which supports the on-line runtime interface to the Advant OCS with MOD300 Software Advant Station Loaded With this Software is called OS(Operator Station)

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Adva Build
Family of Software which supports the on-line and off-line Engineering Activities including Data Base Configuration and Documentation. Advant Station Loaded With this Software is called ES(Engineering Station)

Adva Inform
Family of Software which supports the Information Management Features of the Advant OCS with MOD300 Software Comprises of Historical Archiving, Reporting Fuctions, Data Samling and Data Serving Capabilities Advant Station Loaded With this Software is called IMS(Information Management System)

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Personal Computer

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N/W Printer

TCP/IP Net work


X- Terminal

MES or ERP
Server

Plant Network
Advant Station 510 AdvaCommand AdvaBuild
AdvaInform Batch 300

Advant Station 520i AdvaCommand AdvaBuild AdvaInform

Advant Station 530 AdvaInform

Distributed Communication Network

Advant Controller 460

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Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol A Commonly used Message Protocol. Advant Technology uses this for :
X-Terminal Communications. SQL Communications among Oracle Data Bases. Communication to Printers.

File transfers among Advant Stations.


Used to transfer Non-Real time Data (Example: Display and File Transfers, X-Terminal Communications and SQL Communications among oracle data base) between Advant Stations using TCP/IP Protocol. Used by Certain Applications automatically without explicit action by User.

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Process I/O Options


The MOD 300 system supports a wide variety of I/O options to meet various project requirements. I/O strategies can be selected independent of the choice of control techniques, and any combination of I/O strategy and control language is valid. Selection can be based on minimizing installation costs, and/or per point costs or maximising security.

Taylor Remote I/O


Direct I/O (Model C and SC) High Density I/O (Multibus only) S100 (Advant AC460 and AC410) S800 (Advant AC460 and AC410)

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Control Software
3 Powerful Control packages
CCF(Configurable Control Functions) TCL(Taylor Control Language) TLL (Taylor Ladder Logic)

All these Software can be combined and executed

simultaneously in any Advant Station or Controller Subsystem. All three Control Languages are backed up as a part of controller redundancy scheme. If a controller fails, all of its functions including CCF, TCL, TLL are Bumplessly transferred to Backup Controller with no interruption to the process.

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Configurable Control Functions(CCF)


The CCF software provides comprehensive capabilities from a pre-programmed library of functions Uses Menu driven, Fill in the Blanks approach of Configuration Does not Require Programming Ideal for Continuous control, Device Handling, Interlocking and Alarm Handling.

Taylor Control Language(TCL)


A Structured high Level Language Ideally Suits Sequential/Batch Control, Complex arithmetic and logic functions, Supervisory tasks such as start-ups and shutdowns and serial interface to third party equipment.

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Taylor Ladder Logic (TLL)


Provides High Speed, Industry Standard Ladder Logic Control Processing. Ideal for Device Interlocking, Motor Control and Drum Programming device Sequencing. Reduces the need for Separate Programmable controllers that create additional support and Maintenance costs.

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Advant System Overview


Advant Fundamentals Version 2.9/0 ES (Adva build) 1.8/1 or 1.7/1 OS(Adva Command) Each station operates independently

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Advant Models
Advant Stations Models
AS515*50,60,100Mhz AS180L**180Mhz B2000**500,550Mhz

Note: HP-HIL Keyboard,Narrow SCSI PS/2 keyboards,wide SCSI

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AS 515 Functionality
Hi end Single 20 Monitor
Supports AdvaCommand Supports AdvaBuild Supports Adva Inform Supports AdvaCommand

with Adva Build Options


Supports AdvaCommand

with Adva Inform Options

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AS 520 i Functionality
Hi end Dual 20 Monitor
Supports AdvaCommand Supports AdvaBuild Supports Adva Inform

Supports AdvaCommand

with Adva Build Options Supports AdvaCommand with Adva Inform Options Note:Both the Monitors are connected to CRT Ports of Advant Station

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ADVANT STATION PERIPHERALS


KEY BOARD
SCSI PERIPHERALS SERIAL AND PARRALEL PERIPHERALS

R-TAB PORT
HARD DISK SPECIFICATIONS RAM SPECIFICATIONS

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KEY BOARD
Three types are Available HP Key Board MOD300 Universal Key Board Page Selector Alarm Panel PS/2 Key Board and Mouse

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HP KEY BOARD

Used Mainly for Engineering Fuctions, Loading

Software into Advant Stations etc Connected to Human Interface Language (HIL) Port of the Advant Station Can be used for Operator Station also.

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MOD300 UNIVERSAL KEY BOARD

Used for both Engineering and run time functions Contains a QWERTY Key board, 10 Function Keys and Key pads with the following types of Keys Ramp Keys Numeric and Cursor Positioning Keys Overview and System Status Keys Display Request Keys Can have a track Ball with two Select Keys on Left Side and two Acknowledge keys on Right side Connected to HIL Port of the Advant Station

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PAGE SELECTOR ALARM PANEL(PSAP)


Basic Features:
Fast Page access 48 Push buttons, Each with associated Red and yellow LEDs for Alarm indication Flexible and fully configurable Push button Function assignments(similar to Overview) Maximum of four per OS Available in Membrane Style

No control of the process from this Keyboard

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SCSI PERIPHERALS

Digital Audio Tape Drive(DAT Drive),

CD ROM Drive

Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID Module)

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All devices are Connected to SCSI Port of the

Advant Station. Devices are Daisy Chained with Each item having a SCSI Address ranging from 0 to 7. SCSI Interface to Mother Board is at address 7. Boot disk should be at the address higher than any device. Hence Boot Hard disk has address 6. Two hard disks can be connected to the Advant Station. Second disk (Data Disk) is hence addressed 5.

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SCSI addresses are assigned conventionally as follows:

SCSI Address
1
2 3 4 5 6 7

Device
Floppy Drive CD-ROM Drive DAT Tape Drive I DAT Tape Drive II Data Hard Disk Boot Hard Disk System Unit SCSI Controller

SCSI Bus Length must not Exceed Six Meters including Internal Cabling. Last Device on the Bus must have a Bus Terminator.

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SCSI 2 Bus Configuration Constraints


Single-Ended SCSI 2 Devices Maximum No. of Each type of device allowed 7 1 2 2 7

Hard disk drives(Internal and External) Floppy Disk Drives 4mm DDS Tape Drives(Internal and External) CD ROM Drives Maximum No. of SCSI-2 Devices allowed

Cable Length
Total length of the cable must not exceed 6m. Always, the shortest possible cable is recommended for configuration.

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SERIAL AND PARALLEL PORTS

Note : In addition, Network Printers,which are connected to TCP/IP Network can also be configured for Advant Stations.

ADVANT Stations have 2 Serial Ports(RS-232C Serial Interface) and 1 parallel port.(Centronics Parallel Interface) Each one of them can be connected to different peripheral devices such as printers. Dot Matrix printers which are used for Event /Alarm Logging, Report Printing etc., are connected to Serial Port of the Advant Stations Laser Printers which are used for Screen Copying are connected to Parallel port of the Advant Station

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REAL TIME ACCELERATOR BOARD

The Advant Station comes equipped with the PU512V1

Real-Time Accelerator (RTA) with a DCN Communication Module. Extends the capabilities of the UNIX workstation.

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With a Powerful processor and On-board memory, the Real

Time Accelerator Board handles time-critical tasks such as real-time database management and DCN communications. The RTA board is a slave processor board with its own memory and two communication ports. The RTA board consists of a Mother board with a DCN Communication Module mounted on it. The on-board software is down-loaded to the RTA at start up of the Advant Station. The RTA is installed inside the System Unit on the EISA bus adapter. The communication connectors are available on the rear bulkhead of the System Unit.

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HARD DISK and RAM Specifications


Hard Disk
8GB.18GB

RAM Specifications
128MB512MB

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STATION STARTUP

Press the Power Switch to ON the Station Notice that a series of Programs/Daemons are loaded(Unix, Oracle, LAN Interface, SQL Net, Advacommand Inteface, etc.,)

After all the Daemons are Started, X windows application starts and a Prompt to Load Adva command software appears
This may take 2-6 Minutes depending upon the processor speed

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Enter the DCN address in the Specified field(If necessary) System allows 60 Second Grace period before auto startup. Click OK to Start the AdvaCommand System boots and Login page appears on the screen.
Note: Selection for Start AdvaCommand Station in a window and Start the Individual tasks in Separate windows should be No

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STATION SHUTDOWN
Two Steps AdvaCommand Closure Unix Operating System Shutdown

ADVACOMMAND CLOSING PROCEDURE


Press <ctrl> <d>, Type QUIT in the command line window that appears at the bottom of the Screen.

Note: Close all the AdvaBuild Software packages before executing QUIT Command

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After Two Minutes, The AdvaCommand Start up window appears.

This window appearance is an indication of Safe adva command

Shutdown

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Unix Operating System Shutdown


First Method(Using poweroff Script)
At the prompt Would you like to start a HPterm window Click the button Yes. A HP Terminal Window pops up with a login prompt. Login as poweroff (Case sensitive) At the prompt password: Enter the Password

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Second Method(Using Shutdown command)


At the prompt Would you like to start a HPterm window Click Yes. A HP Terminal Window pops up with a login prompt. Login as root (Case sensitive) At the prompt password: Enter the Password At the # prompt, Enter
shutdown h 0 to halt the station or shutdown r 0 to restart the station.

The System will execute an orderly shutdown and


You may recycle the power at the end
Or

The System restarts automatically.