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A FOUNDATION FIELDBUS System

Distributed Control System

Operator Workstation

Data Highway

Process Control Stations I/O Subsystems

PLANT FLOOR

Distributed Control System

Proprietary and Dedicated Software Proprietary and Dedicated Network


(Proprietary Layer + TCP/IP + Ethernet)

Proprietary Functionality and Control Function

4-20 ma Devices

DCS with FF Capability

Proprietary and Dedicated Software Proprietary and Dedicated Network


(Proprietary Layer + TCP/IP + Ethernet)

Proprietary Functionality and Control Function

Fieldbus H1 Network (31.25 Kbps) 4-20 ma Devices

FF Control System-H1+Hse Networks

System Software: Foundation Fieldbus Configurator OPC Process Visualization Tool

Linking Device (H1 to HSE)

Open Solutions

Foundation Fieldbus Control System

Open Software (Configurator and HMI) You can choose the Software HSE Open Standard Network

Linking Device Open Standard Functionality Open Standard Control Functions Interoperability
Fieldbus H1 Network (31.25 Kbps) All the Benefits from FF Interoperability Open Standard Protocol
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Choices are everything!

FF Control System-Only H1 Networks

Open Software (Configurator and HMI) You can choose the Software

Fieldbus H1 Network (31.25 Kbps) All the Benefits from FF Interoperability Open Standard Protocol
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A True FF System !!!

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SYSTEM302 - Open System

4-20 mA Discrete I/O

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SYSTEM302 - Plant Floor

4-20 mA Discrete I/O

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Foundation Fieldbus

It Is Much More than a Digital Communication Protocol!


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Foundation Fieldbus Standard

Foundation Fieldbus Standard Defines: Physical Layer for Devices and Components Installation. Deterministic Digital Communication Protocol for Process Control Publisher/Subscriber Model for Control Data Client/Server Model for Supervision Broadcast Model for Supervision and Events FF Function Block Language for Process Control Configuration. Standard Function Blocks Enhanced Function Blocks Manufacturer Specific Function Blocks Flexible Function Blocks High Speed Ethernet Network for Data Exchange and Connectivity.
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Foundation Fieldbus System

Digital Protocol for Field Devices, And Linking Devices, In a Network, Exchanging Information, And Performing Distributed Control

I/O

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Typical Installation

Linking Device (DFI302)

Interface Card (PCI302)

18 AWG (0.8 mm2) Shielded Twisted Pair Bus Terminator (BT302) Power Supply (DF52) Power Supply Impedance (DF49;DF53)

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Savings

Wiring Savings
Linking Device - (DFI302 )
H1 (31.25 kbit/s)

SYSTEM302 Allows 16 Devices per Network !

Several Devices in the Same Pair of Wire. A Single Pair of Wire for Power and Communication. 1900m per network using 18 AWG (0.8 mm2) Shielded Twisted Pair. Typically 12 devices per network.
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Savings

Wiring and Hardware Savings


DCS SYSTEM302

In SYSTEM302:
CONTROLLER

I/O All Smar devices consumes 12 mA. SUBSYSTEM DF47 delivers 100 mA. I.S I.S. I.S. I.S. Allows 8 Devices per Safety Barrier.

mA 4-20 DF47 contains an embedded repeater.

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Intrinsically Safe Ready Safety Barriers Without Embedded Repeater


Repeaters Safety Barrier

PS

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Intrinsically Safe Ready Safety Barriers With Embedded Repeater


Safety Barriers (DF47)

Still 16 Devices per network


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Savings

Reduction in System Hardware


DCS
SYSTEM302

CONTROLLER PID No I/O Redundant Card Required AO I/O No Redundant Controllers Required AI SUBSYSTEM AI more Reliability Field Control adds

TRADITIONAL

CONTROL IN THE FIELD DEVICES !


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FCS

FIELD CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROL IN THE FIELD DEVICES !!! What do we need for that? We need Function Blocks in the Devices!!!
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Benefits

With SYSTEM302, we can have around 17 Types of Function Blocks per Device. Advanced PID
Analog Alarm Analog Input Arithmetic Characterization Constant Density Input Selector Integrator Lead Lag Output Signal Selector and Dynamic Limiter PID Set Point Generator Splitter Timer /times Logic And the Flexibility to choose one Type as many as necessary, up to 20 Function Blocks per Device

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Field Control System T R U E

WORKSTATIONS

Workstation Level

D I S T R I B U T E D

Fieldbus Ethernet

HSE Network
Linking Devices

I/O

C O N T R O L

H1 Fieldbus Network

Field Devices

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Benefits

True Distributed Control


PID

CASCADE

RATIO

3 Element Boiler

The Function Block language is ideal for process control strategy building.

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BENEFITS

Flexibility

Flexibility to choose between many architectures to suit your requirements, now and in the future.
PID PID AI PID AI PID

AI AO AO

AI

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Junction Box Savings

FIELDBUS HSE FIELDBUS H1

Terminate here

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Increased Information

Two Way Communication


DCS
SYSTEM302

In Conventional Control Systems we have 1 data per wire. I/O SUBSYSTEM In a Foundation Fieldbus System we have a lot of information per wire.
TRADITIONAL 4-20 mA ONE VARIABLE UNI-DIRECTIONAL FIELDBUS MULTIPLE VARIABLES BI-DIRECTIONAL

CONTROLLER

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BENEFITS - Expanded View

DCS/PLC

SYSTEM302

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Increased Information

Increased Process and Instrument Information


Management Information Control Information

DCS: sufficient control information but insufficient management information.


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FCS: slight increase in control information. Vast increase in management information

Maintenance

Proactive Maintenance
Schedule maintenance based on device diagnostics Schedule calibration based on device calibration data storage Perform maintenance and calibration of several devices at the same time with fewer shut-downs Perform maintenance and calibration at scheduled shut-downs, not at emergency shut-downs. Increase plant availability Dont waste time on maintenance of equipment which does not need it (Preventive maintenance).
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Maintenance

Cost of maintenance, upgrade and expansion of proprietary DCS is skyrocketing. With a Fieldbus system:
Interoperability ensures:
Buy spares from third parties to keep price down. Buy spares from those that stock, i.e. user need not keep stock. The best of its kind device may be used independent of manufacturer.

Open technology means:


Knowledge to maintain, expand and modify the system yourself.

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Reliability

Status Everywhere Full Redundancy on all Levels

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Status Everywhere

All Process Data has a Value and a Status

FB1
54.6

FB2
IN
54.6

OUT 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6 54.6

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Data Reliability

DCS

SYSTEM302

15.3 mA

TAG =LIC-012 VALUE =70.34 UNIT =m3 STATUS=GOOD ALARM = Y/N


TRANSMITTER

TRANSMITTER

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BENEFITS

Improved Information Availability and Integrity

Engineering tool allows deeper investigation into faults

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Expanded View

Diagnostics
On-line process parameter status summary in MMI
Quality (Good, Bad, Uncertain) Limit (High, Low, Constant)

Detail diagnostics with engineering tool


Sensor failure Output failure Memory failure Configuration error Communication error

Access to parameters allowing external analysis


Valve position and valve travel time used to detect stick-slip action.

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BENEFITS

Improved Information Availability and Integrity

Operator interface software shows variable quality and limit conditions adjacent to values

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Redundant Sensors
Temp. Transmitter 1 Temp. Transmitter 2

AI

AI

Or Average the Good Inputs

ISS

Selects the First Good Input Based on the FF Status

PID

AO
Positioner
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System Reliability

Fail Safe Actions


Fault State Actions are embedded on Fieldbus Technology, using all the Status information, and most important: With the Fault State Actions configured and taken care on the Final Element itself.

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Fail Safe Actions

Temp. Transmitter

AI

BAD

PID

MAN

AO

Fail Safe

Positioner

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Power Supply Redundancy

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PSI302 Redundancy

EXTERNAL TERMINATOR

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Redundant Power

Automatic Bumpless switch-over between redundant power supplies.

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Power Redundancy

POWER STILL SUPPLIED


COMMUNICATION NOT GUARANTEED FAIL SAFE POSITION GUARANTEED
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Master Redundancy

DFI302
Current LAS Current LAS

Current LAS
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Master Redundancy

Current LAS

Current LAS

Current LAS

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Fault Isolation Each network can be divided in several segments using Repeaters or Safety Barriers
Safety Barrier or Repeaters

If one wire breaks, only one or two loops will be lost


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Scalability

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Scalability

True Distributed Control


Advanced PID Analog Alarm Analog Input Arithmetic Constant On old architectures, each extra point Density consumed more systems resources.Input On Selector Integrator FCS each additional point adds one more Lead Lag Output Signal Selector microprocessor.... and Dynamic Limiter PID

Characterization

Set Point Generator


Splitter

Timer / Logic

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Interoperability

Smar Flowserve Foxboro devices from different manufactures can Micro Motion Nohken be put together to build the system. Rosemount Rosemount Analitycal Rotork Valtek Yamatake Yokogawa and more.
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Interoperability

A FF Configuration Tool is capable of configuring all functions of all FF approved devices


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Interoperability - It is Real!!
10:15:55 28-Oct-2000

True Interoperability
YEW

AI
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Simple PID PV: SP: MV: ????????? ????????? ????????? M A

smar

SAMSON
Split Range IN: OUT1: OUT2: ????????? ????????? ?????????

ANY VALVE

AO
?????? %

Splitter

AO
?????? %

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SYSTEM302 - Linking Devices

4-20 mA Discrete I/O

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Linking Devices

WHAT IS A Linking Device?

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LINKING DEVICES

A Linking Device Connects: Fieldbus High Speed Ethernet H1 Foundation Fieldbus Networks Configured by Any FF Configuration Tool

Linking Device

FIELDBUS H1

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LINKING DEVICES

MAIN FEATURES

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LAS

Organizes the communication, Passing the token.


Fieldbus Ethernet

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FF BRIDGES BETWEEN FIELDBUS NETWORKS

HSE

Linking Device

FIELDBUS H1

FIELDBUS H1

DEVICES ON DIFFERENT NETWORKS

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DFI302

DFI302

SYSTEM302s Linking Device !


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DFI302

DFI302

Much More Than Linking Device !


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Distribution and Scalability

Unique Distributed Modular Design Several Parallel Processors working together, as ONE!! Unlimited Expandability: Unlimited I/O Unlimited Control Capability Extreme Control Performance
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DFI302 PROCESSORS

Each DFI302 PROCESSOR Handles:

256 Conventional Points (512 Points with I/O Coprocessor) 4 FF H1 Networks (Up to 64 Foundation Fieldbus Field Devices) 4 LAS 1 FF HSE Port 1 Modbus Gateway Network (As-i Bus, DeviceNet, Profibus to come) 100 Fieldbus Foundation Function Blocks
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DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURE

Truly Distributed with Horizontal Comunication

FIELDBUS H1

FIELDBUS H1

FIELDBUS H1

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H1 in a Box- A DFI302 for 4 H1 Networks

Fully integrated - HSE + 4 FF H1 + Modbus

DF51 module HSE 1 Modbus port

DF52 and DF53 modules Power Supply and Impedance for 4 FF H1 ports

4 FF H1ports

DF50 module Power Supply for DF51 + I/O modules


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Dynamically Instantiable Function Blocks

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Available Blocks in DFI302


RESOURCE RS TRANSDUCER BLOCKS DIAG HC MBCF TRD INPUT TRANSDUCER BLOCKS TEMP INPUT FUNCTION BLOCKS AI DI MAI Analog Input Discrete Input Multiple Analog Input RESOURCE DESCRIPTION Diagnostics Transducer Hardware Configuration Transducer Modbus Configuration Transducer DESCRIPTION Temperature Transducer DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION

MDI
PUL
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Multiple Discrete Input


Pulse Input

Available Blocks in DFI302


CONTROL AND CALCULATION FUNCTION BLOCKS
PID EPID PID Control ENHANCED PID It has all the standard features plus : bumpless or hard transfer from a manual mode to an automatic mode and bias. ADVANCED PID It has all the standard features plus: bumpless or hard transfer from a manual mode to an automatic mode, bias. Adaptive gain, PI sampling, deadband for error, special treatment for error, ISA or parallel algorithm,.. Arithmetic - 9 predefined equation types Splitter - split ranging and sequencing. Signal Characterizer - 20 points curve DESCRIPTION

APID

ARTH SPLT CHAR

INTG
AALM ISEL SPG TIME
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Integrator
Analog Alarm Input Selector - 4 inputs Setpoint Ramp Generator Timer

Available Blocks in DFI302


CONTROL AND CALCULATION FUNCTION BLOCKS
LLAG DENS CT FFET MBCS MBSS MBCM MBCS Lead Lag Density Constant FLIP-FLOP and EDGE TRIGGER Modbus Control Slave Modbus Supervision Slave Modbus Control Master Modbus Control Slave DESCRIPTION

AEQU
OUTPUT FUNCTION BLOCKS AO DO MAO MDO STEP
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Advanced Equations
DESCRIPTION Analog Output Discrete Output Multiple Analog Output Multiple Discrete Output Step Output PID

Homogenous Environment

Standard programming language


The last language you need to learn

Same everywhere
Easy

Full use of FF
Status: bumpless, shutdown, Execution synchronization

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DFI302 DIRECT I/O ACCESS

DIGITAL I/O ANALOG I/O SIMILAR TO DCS/PLC, But the signals are now Fieldbus.

HSE DFI302 Modbus DI DO Pulse 4-20 ma


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FIELDBUS H1
Profibus DP Modbus Other Protocols

I/O Modules List

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I/O Modules List

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I/O Modules List

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I/O Modules List

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DFI302 as a MODBUS GATEWAY

DFI302 as Modbus Slave


Ethernet

DFI302
Modbus

Proprietary Control Network

Legacy system with Modbus card Modbus

DFI302 DFI302 as Modbus Master


Fieldbus H1 76

MODBUS TPC/IP - Master/Slave

MODBUS TCP/IP

DFI302
FIELDBUS H1 FIELDBUS H1 LC700 + ENET700

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System Architecture

SYSCON / HMI

ETH

P S

D F 5 1

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

I/O

4H1

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System Architecture

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Power Supply Subsystem Modules List

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DF52 Fieldbus Power Supply Supply 24VDC for the Field Devices

Operates with 90VAC through 220VAC


Supplies power up to 64 field devices. DFI302 Integrated Design. Fail Led and Output Circuit. Short-Circuit Protection DIN-rail or panel mount

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DF49(DF53) - 2(4) Channel Fieldbus Power Supply Impedance

Allows use of standard power supplies. 18 +/-2 V, 300 mA output. Built-in terminator DIN-rail or panel mount Active Impedance, allows redundancy DFI302 Integrated Design.

Fail indication

Short-Circuit Protection

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DF49/53 Terminator Switches

OUT1 + OUT2 + -

IN + -

OUT3 + OUT4 +

ON 1 2 3 4

BT

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DF47 Fieldbus Safety Barrier

Limits power to the classified area. Typically 8 hazardous area devices per barrier. Works as a repeater (Does not need a separate repeater). Uses a independent and isolated power supply.
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DF47 Fieldbus Safety Barrier

Hazardous Area

PS

STILL 16 DEVICES PER CHANNEL


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DF48 Fieldbus Repeater

Extends the network up to 9,500 mts.

Up to 4 repeaters per network.

PS

PS

PS
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PS

PS

DFI302 Redundancy

DFI302

Two paths to the field

Redundant LAS
Redundant Interface Processor Redundancy Available in January 2002

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Foundation Fieldbus Control System

4-20 mA Discrete I/O

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HSE at Host-Level
Operation Engineering Maintenance

DFI302

H1 Fieldbus Devices

Other Protocols

Conventional Devices

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High Speed Ethernet

High-Speed Ethernet (HSE)


Based on Ethernet, IP and TCP/UDP

Four basic HSE device categories:


Linking Device (LD) Ethernet Device (ED) Gateway Device (GD) Host Device (HD)

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High Speed Ethernet HSE Devices


Gateway
HSE CLIENT

100 Mbit/s Switch

I/O Network

Linking Device Linking Device


H1
P L

Plant

Ethernet Field Device

H1
P L P L

H1
P L

H1

Plant

Plant

Plant

100 Meters on Twisted Pair 2000 Meters on Fiber

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture The Host Device is the Operator Workstation, or a DCS.

HD

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture The Host Device is the Operator Workstation, or a DCS.

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture

The Linking Device (LD) is a HSE node for connecting one or more H1 Fieldbus segments to the HSE.

LD

LD

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture

The Linking Device (LD) is a HSE node for connecting one or more H1 Fieldbus segments to the HSE.

DFI302

DFI302

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture

The Gateway Device (GD) is a HSE node for connecting one or more foreign network to the HSE.

GD
DFI302 DFI302

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture

The Gateway Device (GD) is a HSE node for connecting one or more foreign network to the HSE.

DFI302

DFI302

DFI302

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture

The Ethernet Device (ED) is a HSE node providing directly connected measurement/ control applications.

ED
DFI302 DFI302 DFI302

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High Speed Ethernet Architecture

The Ethernet Device (ED) is a HSE node providing directly connected measurement/ control applications.

DFI302
DFI302 DFI302 DFI302 DFI302

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High Speed Ethernet

Proprietary Control Network


Other Proprietary Proprietary Proprietary Ethernet PC SP U . User Application

HSE as Open Backbone

Proprietary
Proprietary TCP/UDP IP Ethernet TCP/UDP IP

HSE

FF H1

Ethernet

OSI Model
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Accessing H1 through the LAN-HSE


HSE Host
Using Common 100baseT NIC (Software configured) Using Common 10/100baseT Switch or HUB

100 Mbit/s Switch

Linking Device

H1

Using The Same Software to Configure Everything

H1 Devices
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FF BRIDGES BETWEEN FIELDBUS NETWORKS

Linking Device

FIELDBUS H1

FIELDBUS H1

DEVICES ON DIFFERENT NETWORKS

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One Per Segment


Workstation

Workstation

Workstation

Switch Linking Device Linking Device Linking Device

Star-topology divides the network in segments with only one device each limiting impact of wire damage.
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Media Redundancy

Switch

Switch

Switch

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High Speed Ethernet Redundancy

Switch B

Switch A

PLC

Redundant Media Redundant Device

Linking Device A

Linking Device B

H1 Fieldbus Devices

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Device Redundancy
The system management can chck the status of the network and request the network to select a good component over a faulty one. This allow repair and replacement of failed components

SWITCH DUAL NODE LD LD

LD

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Complete Network and Device Redundancy

Workstations with Dual NIC

Primary Switch

Secondary Switch

Redundant single port Linking device

Single dual port Linking device

Redundant dual port Linking device

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Combo

Primary

Secondary

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Flexible Function Block


FFB is a Wrapper for an Application-specific Algorithm Extends FB Model into Discrete Manufacturing

Inputs

Outputs

Examples:

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Multiple Analog Input - 8 Channels Multiple Analog Output - 8 Channel Multiple Discrete Input - 8 Channels Multiple Discrete Output - 8 Channels Application-specific Blocks - IEC 61131

Flexible Function Block as Interface PLC CPU FF Interface MDI

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Process Control Application Capability Discrete Control Capability


Fixed Algorithm and I/O Flexible Algorithm and I/O

100 Mbit/s HSE Fieldbus 31.25 kbit/s H1 Fieldbus Basic Process Control 31.25 kbit/s H1 Fieldbus Advanced Process Control

100 Mbit/s HSE Fieldbus 31.25 kbit/s H1 Fieldbus Hybrid/Batch Control Discrete Control Enterprise Integration Flexible Function Blocks Multiple Input/Output 8 Channel Analog Input 8 Channel Analog Output 8 Channel Discrete Input 8 Channel Discrete Output Application Specific (IEC 61131) Coordinated Drives Supervisory Data Acquisition Batch Sequencing Burner Management I/O Interfacing

Basic Function Blocks Analog Input Analog Output Control Selector Discrete Input Discrete Output PID Control Ratio Control

Advanced Function Blocks Analog Alarm Arithmetic Input Selector Integrator Lead/Lag Setpoint Ramp Generator Signal Characterizer Splitter Timer

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Host Interoperability Support Test

Host Already Tested:


ABB Host Centum CS - Yokogawa DeltaV - Emerson PlantScape - Honeywell System302 - Smar

The HIST tests each host against a complete list of features that should be available in a Foundation Fieldbus host.

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Host Interoperability - Integration


Plant Information Advanced Control

Operation

Maintenance

Basic Control
FF H1

Compressors Safety Shutdown Chromatograph

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HSE Interoperability

Host Interoperability Subsystem interoperability


basic control emergency shutdown paper quality control advanced control compressor, turbine control etc.

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HSE Not The End of H1

Speed Distance (per segment) Two-wire Multidrop Bus-power Intrinsically safe Redundancy Deterministic

H1 31.25 kbit/s 1,900 m (1.2 miles) Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes

HSE 10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s 100 m (300 ft) No No (UTP) No No Yes Yes (with switches)

H1 used for field instruments HSE used at the host-level H1 and HSE complement each other

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Compelling Reason to Use HSE

Only HSE has full network redundancy Only HSE has device redundancy Only HSE has a programming language Built on standard Ethernet Networking hardware are extremely low cost compared to the proprietary. Wealth of options for media available including twisted pair, fiber optics and wireless. Commercial and industrial grades from many suppliers.

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Conclusion

Use HSE to benefit fully from H1. HSE simplifies the system architecture. HSE makes Ethernet open. HSE makes controllers interoperable. Device and network redundancy is required at the host-level. HSE provides interoperable network and device redundancy at the host level

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High Speed Ethernet Summary

High speed backbone at 100 Mbit/s (1 Gbit/s future) Uses standard COTS Ethernet equipment HSE field devices run standard function blocks Flexible Function Blocks for Discrete Control Redundant media and devices Interface to other protocols Wire and fiber optic media Low cost, high performance electronics driven by information technology and Internet demand

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SYSTEM302

Operation, Engineering and Maintenance Workstations

4-20 mA Discrete I/O

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CONFIGURATION

Field Devices , Linking Devices and Control Strategy Configuration

One Single Standard Tool to Configure the Control Strategies

The Fieldbus Configuration Tool!!


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Device Description & Capability Files

Device Descriptions and Capability Files allow operation of devices from different suppliers on the same Fieldbus with only one version of the host human interface program.
Device Descriptions
Device from Supplier A

Device from Supplier Z

Fieldbus

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Syscon

SYSCON

SYSTEM302s FF Configurator !
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Syscon

Syscon configures all functions in any FF approved device!


Smar Flowserve Foxboro Micro Motion Nohken Rosemount Rosemount Analitycal Yokogawa ABB Samson Rotork Valtek Yamatake Endress Hauser

Comes with 24 Manufactures as Default! Over 57 Different Devices


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Adding new Manufactures

Adding New Manufactures?


Device Descriptions

As Easy as Copying Files


.ffo .sym .cff

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Operator Workstation

ProcessView

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SYSTEM302s Process Visualization Tool of Choice!

OPERATION

Totally Customizable HMI

The user interface is freely configurable by Detail Screen Overview Screen the user himself to suit any particular needs your plant may have.

Faceplate Group Screen


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Process Flow Mimic

OPERATION

Alarm Summary and Log

Historical and RealTime Trend

Instrument Management
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CONFIGURATION

Batch Reports Fixed format reports are standard, free format is optional.

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Batch Control

Recipe Configuration Tool

Batch Reports

The Recipes are Downloaded to the Devices!!!

Batch Programming
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OPC - the Plug & Play Standard

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OLE for Process Control

HMI OPC CLIENT OLE OLE Server

. . . ONE DRIVER ONLY OPC CLIENT

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...

OPC Browser

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Features

Maintenance

Services

Calibration

Diagnostics

Customization

Configuration

System Operation

Audit

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Foundation Fieldbus Control System

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Task Distribution

Operation Process Flow Mimic Inst.. Management User Applications

Optimization Batch Recipe Trend FF Bridge Integration

Alarm Report SQC Database

Data Transfer
Control Logic Sequence Interlocks I/O Signals

4 x H1 FIELDBUS H1

Complex Control LAS FF Bridge Gateway Connectivity

Control Logic Sequence Calculations


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Compensations Selection Alarm Diagnostics

SYSTEM302 Typical Architecture

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SYSTEM302 References
United States Mexico Canada Brazil Argentina Chile Colombia
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! ! !! ! !! !

500 Systems Worldwide

Refineries Food Petrochemical Chemical Sugar Cane

Equador
Peru Paraguai Venezuela Cuba

!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

! !

! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !! ! ! ! !!

Mining
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Deten

Power Plant
!

Italy
France Spain Poland Norway Sweden China
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Glass

Water Treatment

Choices are everything!

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