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NATIONAL OIL CORPORATION

GENERAL ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION

GES J.19

ANNUNCIATORS

Rev Date Description Checked Approved


0 1999 Issued for Implementation DL

Compiled by Teknica (UK) Ltd


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INDEX
SEC TITLE PAGE

1.0 SCOPE OF SPECIFICATION 3

1.1 Introduction 3
1.2 Other NOC Specifications 3
1.3 Data Sheets 3

2.0 DEFINITIONS 3

2.1 Technical 3
2.2 Contractual 4

3.0 DESIGN 4

3.1 Codes and Standards 4


3.2 Annunciators 5

4.0 MANUFACTURE 7

4.1 QA/QC 7

5.0 INSTALLATION 7

6.0 INSPECTION 7

6.1 Procedures 7
6.2 Scope 7
6.3 Nameplates 8

7.0 TESTING 8

7.1 Statutory Tests 8


7.2 Test Procedures 8
7.3 Test Certificates 9

8.0 DOCUMENTATION 9

8.1 Introduction 9
8.2 Schedules and Reports 9
8.3 Data and Calculations 10
8.4 Drawings 10
8.5 Final Records, Documents and Manuals 10

9.0 PRIOR TO SHIPMENT 10

9.1 Painting and Coatings 10


9.2 Spares 10
9.3 Packing and Storage 10
9.4 Shipping 11
9.5 Warranty 11

DATA SHEETS (3)

1.0 SCOPE OF SPECIFICATION


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1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 This specification covers the minimum requirements for selection, design, manufacture, inspection, testing,
documentation and preparation for shipment of annunciators.

1.1.2 This specification applies to equipment for refineries, onshore oil and gas installations, and processing
facilities including items purchased either directly or as part of a package.

1.1.3 The Vendor/Contractor shall comply fully with the provisions laid down in this specification. Any
exception must be authorised in writing by the Owner.

1.1.4 In the event of any conflict between this specification and the Data Sheets, or with any of the applicable
codes and standards, the Vendor/Contractor shall inform the Owner in writing and receive written
clarification before proceeding with the work.

1.1.5 This General Engineering Specification will form part of the Purchase Order/Contract.

1.2 Other NOC Specifications

The following NOC Specifications are an integral part of this specification and any exceptions shall be
approved by the Owner:

GES A.06 Site Data

GES J.12 Indoor Control Panels and Cabinets

GES J.13 Field Panels and Junction Boxes

GES J.17 Earthing of Instrument Systems

GES L.35 Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas

GES X.06 Factory Coatings for Electrical Equipment and Instruments

1.3 Data Sheets

The technical data supplied by the Owner for the annunciator(s) is given on the Data Sheets which are
included at the end of this specification. The Vendor/Contractor shall complete the Data Sheets with
outstanding information.

2.0 DEFINITIONS

2.1 Technical

The technical terms used in this specification are defined as follows:


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Annunciator

A device or group of devices that call attention to changes in process conditions that have occurred. An
annunciator usually calls attention to abnormal process conditions, but may be used also to show normal
process status. Usually included are sequence logic circuits, labelled visual displays, audible devices, and
manually operated push buttons.

First Up Alarm Sequence

First Up Alarm Sequence is designed to identify the first of a number of interelated variables, which have
exceeded normal operating limits. This feature is used when a number of alarms associated with a process
or system under certain conditions, may activate almost simultaneously, and the First Up Alarm sequence is
used to identify which alarm was initiated first.

2.2 Contractual

The commercial terms used in this specification are defined as follows:

Owner

The oil and gas company, an associate or subsidiary, who is the end user of the equipment and facilities.

Vendor

The company supplying the equipment and material.

Contractor

The main contractor for a defined piece of work.

Sub-Contractor

A company awarded a contract by a Contractor to do part of the work awarded to the Contractor.

Inspection Authority

The organisation representing the Owner or Vendor/Contractor that verifies that the equipment and
facilities have been designed, constructed, inspected and tested in accordance with the requirements of this
specification and the Purchase Order/Contract.

Inspector

A qualified individual representing the Owner, Vendor/Contractor or the assigned Inspection Authority,
who verifies that the equipment and facilities have been designed, constructed, inspected and tested in
accordance with the requirements of this specification and the Purchase Order/Contract.

3.0 DESIGN

3.1 Codes and Standards

3.1.1 The design of annunciators shall comply with this specification and the following codes and standards.

3.1.2 Unless specified otherwise in the Purchase Order/Contract, the current edition of the codes and standards at
the time of the order shall be used.
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British Standards Institute (BSI)

BS 5345: Part 4 Installation and Maintenance Requirements for Intrinsically Safe Electrical Apparatus
and Systems Type of protection "i".

BS 5345: Part 7 As above but type of protection "N".

International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC)

IEC 60073 Basic and Safety Principles for Man-Made Interface, Marking and Identification
- Coding Principles for Indication Devices and Actuators.

IEC 60529 Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code).

Instrument Society of America

ISA S18.1 Annunciator Sequences and Specifications

CENELEC Certified equipment is preferred for hazardous area location. However, the Vendor/Contractor
may propose alternative equipment approved by American or Canadian authorities, subject to the Owner's
approval.

3.2 Annunciators

3.2.1 Basis of Design

(a) The hazardous area classification of the location shall be specified on the Data Sheets.

(b) The equipment shall be suitable for use in accordance with the area classification stated on the
Data Sheets.

(c) The equipment shall be suitable for operation in the environmental conditions specified in GES
A.06 if mounted at an exposed location. If located in a ventilated enclosure or a control room,
allowance shall be made to this effect.

(d) Where an internal heat source exists within the cabinets and panels these figures shall be increased
by 18°F (10°C).

3.2.2 (a) Pneumatic annunciators are expensive to manufacture and install and hence these shall be avoided
wherever possible. Pneumatic annunciator shall only be used when less than 6 alarm points are
needed and electrical power is not readily available and the equipment is in a hazardous area.

(b) Relay logic type of systems shall be avoided wherever possible . Relay logic type of annunciators
shall only be used when combinations of the following factors are of paramount importance:

Very high noise immunity.


High operating voltage.
The system needs to be installed in Zone 1 hazardous area and only a relay based system
meets the requirements.

(c) Integral logic type of annunciators shall be the preferred choice for up to 50 alarm points including
common services module and spares. 10% spare alarm points completely functional and fully
wired shall be provided on all annunciators. It should be noted that the above type of annunciator
is difficult to maintain and is easily tampered with. Hence its choice for critical services should be
carefully evaluated.
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(d) Remote logic type of annunciator has visual indicators remote from the logic. These are easier to
maintain and can be locked-in to stop unauthorised tampering. These shall normally be used with
full and semi-graphic panels and for larger systems.

(e) Unless otherwise specified normal process alarm aunnunciator shall be separate from that used on
a shutdown or safeguarding duty.

(f) Normal annunciator sequence used shall be in accordance with the ISA Standard S18.1.

(g) Unless otherwise stated, first up (first out or first alert) feature with flash and reset shall be
provided on all annunciators. All alarms shall flash. The first up alarm will be distinguished from
subsequent alarms by a difference in flashing rate. This shall comply to F-3A-3.

(h) After reset all alarms remain steady except the "first-up" alarm which remains flashing until
separately reset. A separate first up reset pushbutton shall be provided to reset the first up
indication.

3.2.3 Design Features

(a) Each alarm window shall have two bulbs for redundancy. The tag numbers and descriptions shall
be engraved on the windows according to the Data Sheetss provided by the Owner.

(b) A lamp test push button shall be provided to enable detection of bulb failure.

(c) The following optional features shall be provided if indicated on the Data Sheets:

Dual power supplies.


Uncancellable flashing lamps (where specified).
Ground detector.
Optically coupled inputs.
Input time delay.
Power failure monitor.
Auxiliary contacts.
Remote "Acknowledge".
Remote "Reset".

(d) Alarm contacts shall normally be 24V DC closed in process normal conditions and open in the
plant abnormal or alarm condition.

(e) The colour of alarm windows shall be given on the Data Sheets and shall be confirmed by Owner
as correct before manufacture.

(f) Equipment offered shall be currently in production.


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4.0 MANUFACTURE

4.1 QA/QC

The Vendor/Contractor shall submit to the Owner, for approval, details of his proposed quality assurance
and Quality Control Plan.

5.0 INSTALLATION

Installation shall be in accordance with the Vendor/Contractor's recommendations and the following
General Engineering Specifications:

GES J.12 Indoor Control Panels and Cabinets

GES J.13 Field Panels and Junction Boxes

GES J.17 Earthing of Instrument Systems

6.0 INSPECTION

6.1 Procedures

6.1.1 The equipment referred within this specification shall be subject to inspection by the Owner or his
nominated representative.

6.1.2 The inspection requirements are covered by the document "General Conditions of Purchase" which forms
part of the Purchase Order/Contract. Additional requirements are given below.

6.1.3 All inspection activities to be performed, including any special requirements shall be agreed with the
Owner and shall be incorporated within the agreed Quality Control Plan provided by the
Vendor/Contractor.

6.1.4 The Vendor/Contractor shall allow the Inspector free access to all areas of manufacture, fabrication,
assembly and testing.

6.1.5 The Vendor/Contractor always has the responsibility to provide adequate quality control and inspection of
equipment and materials. Any inspection by the Owner or his Inspector shall not relieve the
Vendor/Contractor of these responsibilities of those under his warranties.

6.2 Scope

6.2.1 A check shall be carried out for workmanship, material quality, component compliance with Purchase
Order/Contract description, specification, certified drawings, catalogue description and paint specification.

6.2.2 All annunciator window legends, colours and character sizes shall be checked against the Data Sheets.

6.2.3 A dimensional check shall be carried out to check the overall dimensions and cut out details against
approved drawings.

6.2.4 The Quality Control Manual shall be checked for quality system implementation.

6.3 Nameplates

The annunciator shall have the following information permanently identified on a stainless steel tag plate,
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permanently fastened to the instrument:

- Instrument tag number.


- Manufacturer's name, model and serial number.

7.0 TESTING

7.1 Statutory Tests

7.1.1 A factory test, witnessed by the Owner, shall be carried out at the Vendor/Contractor's premises before
delivery of the annunciator.

7.1.2 The test shall include all cabinets forming the annunciator.

7.2 Test Procedures

7.2.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall submit a written test procedure, for the approval of the Owner, at least eight
weeks before the commencement of the test.

7.2.2 The Vendor/Contractor shall perform a complete system test before advising the Owner that the
annunciator is ready for the witnessed testing.

7.2.3 Internal wiring shall be checked for point to point continuity by Vendor/Contractor.

7.2.4 The annunciators shall be tested with all input and output devices being simulated using test panels.

7.2.5 A continuous heat soak shall be carried out if so specified in the purchase requisition. The heat soak shall
be carried out with the annunciator energised, all cabinet doors closed and with the forced ventilation (if
any) operational. The temperature shall be cycled between ambient and at 120°F (50°C) for a period of 48
hours. Four excursions to ambient is required. The temperature both inside and outside the annunciator
shall be monitored and recorded during the test.

7.2.6 Each point on the annunciator shall be function tested for First Up Facility, Acknowledge, Reset and Lamp
Test.

7.2.7 All auxiliary relays, output contracts and remote alarms shall be tested.

7.2.8 Dual power supply shall be checked for automatic change over.

7.2.9 The failure of any component shall be logged.

7.2.10 Radio frequency interference immunity of electronic equipment shall be demonstrated in accordance with
the following criteria:

RF source of 5 watts in the 66 to 87, 152 to 174 and 406 to 470 MHz bands at 3.3 ft (1 m) with all doors
open.
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No errors in logic functions or a deviation in measurement of more than 1% of span shall occur as a result
of keying or transmission.

7.2.11 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide all test equipment and consumables to implement fully all the tests
described above.

7.2.12 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide blank test forms approved by the Owner.

7.3 Test Certificates

The following shall be available at the time of inspection:

Certificates of Conformity.
Test certificates of tests carried out by the Vendor/Contractor.
Calibration certificates of test equipment.

8.0 DOCUMENTATION

8.1 Introduction

This section covers the documentation required for the design, selection, fabrication inspection and testing
of the annunciators.

The detailed list of documents that are required is attached to the Purchase Order/Contract.

The list of documents that are required as a minimum should include the following:

- General arrangement and cut-out drawings.

- System arrangement drawing (for larger systems).

- Power supply and annunciator wiring diagram.

- Hazardous area certificates (if applicable).

- Test certificates and certificates of conformity.

- Configuration file on 3½" PC disk or CD ROM if the alarm legends are configured on a PC.

- Fuse current/time characteristics.

- Completed Data Sheets

- Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual.

- Full communication port interface/protocol details.

8.2 Schedules and Reports

8.2.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall submit with his tender a preliminary Quality Control Plan.

8.2.2 The Vendor/Contractor shall supply a schedule showing the documents for review and approval and a
production/fabrication programme.

8.3 Data and Calculations


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The Vendor/Contractor shall submit all calculations and data for acceptance by the Owner within the period
specified in the Purchase Order/Contract. The calculations and data shall become the property of the
Owner after acceptance.

8.4 Drawings

The drawings listed with the Purchase Order/Contract shall be sent by the Vendor/Contractor to the Owner
and/or the Inspection Authority for review and approval.

8.5 Final Records, Documents and Manuals

Two copies of the Data book and six copies of the Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual shall be
supplied with each annunciator.

9.0 PRIOR TO SHIPMENT

9.1 Painting and Coatings

9.1.1 Painting and protective coatings shall take into account the methods of transport to be used.

9.1.2 Surface preparation and painting shall be in accordance with GES X.06.

9.1.3 Vendor/Contractor's standard painting and coating systems may be acceptable subject to the Owner's
approval, provided they are equal or better to the Owner's standards specified in GES X.06 and are equally
suitable for the site environmental conditions specified in GES A.06.

9.2 Spares

The Vendor/Contractor shall submit with his proposal a priced list of recommended spares for start-up and
two year's operation for review by Owner.

9.3 Packing and Storage

9.3.1 This section describes the minimum requirments for the preservation and protection of the annunciators
during the sea and land transportation and storage prior to installation.

9.3.2 The probable storage period will be specified in the order/enquiry and will extend from the time to despatch
to the time of unpacking at site. If the storage period is not stated, a minimum period of 24 months shall
be assumed. Packing to be suitable for sea freight.

9.3.3 The annunciators shall be securely packaged such that they are protected against external damage during
transit.

9.3.4 Cabinets or panels shall be crated in moisture-proof sealed crates containing a desiccant for seagoing
shipment.

9.3.5 All sensitive parts shall be removed from the annunciator prior to shipping, and shall be suitably packed
and shipped separately from the annunciator.

9.3.6 All loose electronic circuit boards and components shall be packaged in sealed, moisture-proof bags. If any
of the electronic circuit boards contain electrostatic sensitive components they shall be packed in
conductive bags with warning labels.

9.3.7 All modules shall be removed and shall be suitably packed and shipped separately from the annunciator.
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9.3.8 Anunciator frames shall be secured so as to prevent their accidental opening, due to vibration, etc. during
transit.

9.3.9 The Vendor/Contractor shall ensure that heavy items of equipment, e.g. power supplies, are adequately
supported during transit.

9.3.10 All loose cables, which are disconnected for ease of shipment shall be securely tied back and identified.

9.3.11 Where multiple crates or packages are used, then each shall be individually numbered and the number
clearly marked on the outside of the crate or package. A packing list relating the crate or package number
to the contents shall accompany the consignment.

9.4 Shipping

The annunciators shall not leave the Vendor/Contractor's works for shipment until the release has been
signed by the Owner's Inspector.

9.5 Warranty

9.5.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall warrant all materials and services supplied against any defect, for a minimum
period of 12 months after commissioning or 24 months from the date of delivery to site, whichever is the
shorter period, or for the period stipulated in the Purchase Order/Contract.

9.5.2 Should any item be found defective, the Vendor/Contractor shall be responsible for all costs associated
with restoring the equipment to a standard specified by the Purchase Order/Contract.

9.5.3 The Vendor/Contractor shall undertake to carry out the repair or replacement in an expeditious manner.

9.5.4 The terms and conditions of this Warranty shall be additional to any other requirements specified in the
Purchase Order/Contract.
DATA SHEET No.

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PLANT LOCATION SHEET 1 of 3
SERVICE ITEM No. No. of UNITS
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FEATURES
1 REQUIRED FEATURES LOCK-IN OF MOMENTARY AUXILIARY SEQUENTIAL
2 ALARMS CONTACTS ALARM
3 CIRCUIT
4 VIA ALARM AUDIBLE SIGNAL VIA OTHER AUDIBLE SIGNAL
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6 FAIL SAFE CIRCUIT TO SIGNAL OPERATION LAMP TEST
7 OWN FAILURE TEST
8 FLASHER REMOTE IN CABINET MODEL No.
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10 ACKNOWLEDGE COMMON UNIT LIGHT AUDIBLE
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12 PB LOCATION IN CABINET REMOTE OTHER
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14 RESET COMMON UNIT LIGHT AUDIBLE
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20 LOCATION
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40 ISA SEQUENCE F3A - 3 OTHER
41 NUMBER FIRST UP SEQUENCE YES/NO
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17 BACKLIGHTED WHITE TRANSLUCENT OTHER SIZE
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20 ALARM POINTS /
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29 LOGIC TYPE ELECTRO-MECHANICAL RELAY SOLID STATE
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