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ObjectivesObjectives

Upon completion of this module, you will be able to define

• DeltaV System architecture

• DeltaV Software components

• DeltaV System capacities

• PlantWeb

DeltaVDeltaV SystemSystem ArchitectureArchitecture

10/100BaseT Cable Maximum Length 100m (330ft)

Workstation

10/100BaseT Cable Maximum Length 100m (330ft) Workstation C o n t r o l l e
10/100BaseT Cable Maximum Length 100m (330ft) Workstation C o n t r o l l e
10/100BaseT Cable Maximum Length 100m (330ft) Workstation C o n t r o l l e

Controller

Primary Switch Secondary Switch
Primary Switch
Secondary Switch

10/100BaseTx Cable Maximum Length 100m (330ft)

DeltaVDeltaV SystemSystem ArchitectureArchitecture

The figure above illustrates a basic DeltaV Control Network.

Refer to DeltaV Books Online for additional information about the DeltaV system architecture.

DeltaVDeltaV SystemSystem ArchitectureArchitecture

Multiple Nodes

Workstation Primary Switch Secondary Switch System Power Supply, Controller, and I/O Subsystem Legend: Primary
Workstation
Primary Switch
Secondary Switch
System Power Supply,
Controller, and
I/O Subsystem
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Primary Control Network
Secondary Control Network

DeltaVDeltaV SystemSystem ArchitectureArchitecture

Multiple Nodes

The figure above illustrates a DeltaV Control Network with eight nodes.

Maximums:

120

— Nodes

100

— Controllers / Simplex or Redundant Pairs

60 — Workstations

Notes:

Refer to DeltaV Books Online for additional information about the DeltaV system capacities.

A server may be required depending on system size.

DeltaVDeltaV ZonesZones

DeltaV DeltaV Zones Zones Zone 3 Inter-Zone Servers Inter-Zone Servers Zone 4 Zone 1 Zone 2

Zone 3

Inter-Zone Servers Inter-Zone Servers
Inter-Zone
Servers
Inter-Zone
Servers

Zone 4

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Zone 2

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DeltaVDeltaV ZonesZones

DeltaV Zones allow multiple DeltaV Systems to communicate operating data and alarms between one another via Inter-Zone Servers (IZS).

Each zone is a standalone DeltaV system, comprised of the Pro+ node, an Inter-Zone Server node, and other nodes as desired.

Zone considerations:

• The ability to upgrade systems independently while maintaining communications

• Large systems greater than 30,000 DSTs and/or 120 Nodes

• A maximum of 10 Zones

• Optional redundant IZS

• Each Zone requires a license

DeltaVDeltaV I/OI/O InterfaceInterface

2-Wide Power/ Controller Carrier

8-Wide I/O Interface Carrier

Mounting Screw
Mounting Screw

DIN Rail

I/O Card

I/O Terminal Block

DeltaVDeltaV I/OI/O InterfaceInterface

The I/O Subsystem includes I/O Interfaces mounted on one or more 8-wide I/O Interface Carriers and an optional power source that provides power to field devices.

The I/O Interface consists of the following components as illustrated above:

I/O Terminal Block which snaps onto the I/O Interface Carrier to provide screw termination's for field wiring.

I/O Card which snaps over the I/O Terminal Block on the I/O Interface Carrier which converts field signals to a digital format for control and communications.

Refer to DeltaV Books Online for additional information about the DeltaV System architecture.

DeltaVDeltaV I/OI/O CardCard TypesTypes

Analog Inputs

• Series 2 AI, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• AI, 16 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• AI, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• AI, 4 Channel, Isolated Input (Tcouple, RTD, MVolt, Ohms, Voltage)

• AI, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA

• AI, 8 Channel, 1-5v

• I.S. AI, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• RTD, 8 Channel

• Thermocouple, 8 Channel

DeltaVDeltaV I/OI/O CardCard TypesTypes

Discrete Inputs

• DI, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, Isolated

• Series 2 DI, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact

• DI, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact

• DI, 8 Channel, 120 VAC, Isolated

• DI, 8 Channel, 120 VAC, Dry Contact

• DI, 8 Channel, 230 VAC, Isolated

• DI, 8 Channel, 230 VAC, Dry Contact

• High Density DI, 32 Channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact

• I.S. DI, 16 Channel, 12 VDC I.S. Power

• Multifunction, 4 Channel, DI or Pulse Input

• SOE (Sequence of Events), 16 Channel, Standard DI or SOE

DeltaVDeltaV I/OI/O CardCard TypesTypes

Analog Outputs

• Series 2 AO, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• AO, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• AO, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA

• I.S. AO, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA

• I.S. AO, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

DeltaVDeltaV I/OI/O CardCard TypesTypes

Discrete Outputs

• DO, 8 Channel, 120/230 VAC, Isolated

• DO, 8 Channel, 120/230 VAC, High Side

• DO, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, Isolated

• Series 2 DO, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, High Side

• DO, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, High Side

• High Density DO, 32 Channel, 24 VDC, High Side

• I.S. DO, 4 Channel, 12 VDC I.S. Power

DeltaVDeltaV CommunicationCommunication InterfaceInterface

FOUNDATION fieldbus Interface

• 2 Ports, maximum of 16 Devices/Port, 1900 meters

DeviceNet (Series 2)

• 1 Port, maximum of 61 Devices, 500 meters @ 125K baud Profibus DP

• 1 Port, maximum of 64 Devices, 2000 meters @ 1.5M baud Actuator Sensor Interface (AS-i)

• 2 Ports, maximum of 31 Devices/Port, 300 meters

Serial Interface

• 2 Port Modbus Protocol, RS232/RS485 or 2 Port Programmable

RemoteRemote I/OI/O

Remote I/O consists of a Remote Interface Unit and I/O cards. The Remote Interface Unit communicates on the control network and allows the I/O to be mounted distances from controllers that are supported by the control network.

The Remote Interface Unit is considered a node on the control network but does not count against the 120 node capacity. Remote I/O cards can be assigned to different controllers on a card by card basis.

Controller
Controller

Remote Interface Unit

DeltaVDeltaV RemoteRemote I/OI/O CardCard TypesTypes ZoneZone 22

Analog Inputs

• AI, 8 Channel, 1-5v

• AI, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA

• AI, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART (Series 1 and 2)

• AI, 16 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART

• Millivolt, 8 Channel

• RTD, 8 Channel

• Thermocouple, 8 Channel Analog Output

• AO, 8 Channel, 4-20 mA

• AO, 8 Channel, 4 to 20 mA, HART (Series 1 and 2)

DeltaVDeltaV RemoteRemote I/OI/O CardCard TypesTypes ZoneZone 22

Discrete Inputs

• DI, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, Isolated

• DI, 8 Channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact (Series 1 and 2)

• DI, 8 Channel, 120 VAC, Isolated

• DI, 8 Channel, 120 VAC, Dry Contact

• DI, 8 Channel, 230 VAC, Isolated

• DI, 8 Channel, 230 VAC, Dry Contact

• High Density DI, 32 Channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact Discrete Outputs

• DO, 32 Channel, High Density

• DO, 8 Channel, 120/230 VAC, High Side

• DO, 8 Channel, 120/230 VAC, Isolated

• DO, 8 Channel, 24VDC High Side (Series 1 and 2)

• DO, 8 Channel, 24VDC, Isolated

CardCard TypesTypes ZoneZone 11

Remote I/O Card Types Zone 1

• Analog Input/Output

8

AI Channels, 4 to 20 mA, HART

4

AO Channels, 4 to 20mA, HART

• Discrete Input/Output

16 DI Channels, Dry Contact

8 DO Channels, High Side

Refer to DeltaV Books Online

8 DO Channels, High Side Refer to DeltaV Books Online Configuration → I/O configuration → DeltaV

Configuration I/O configuration DeltaV Remote I/O

For card specifications, refer to the HART Analog Input Channel specifications, HART Analog Output Channel specifications, Discrete Input Channel specifications and Discrete Output Channel specifications topics in the Installing of your DeltaV Zone 1 hardware manual.

DeltaVDeltaV SISSIS -- SSLSLS 15081508 LogicLogic SolverSolver

16 channels of I/O per Logic Solver consists of a mix of:

16 channels of I/O per Logic Solver consists of a mix of: • HART Analog Input

• HART Analog Input

• Analog Input

• HART two-state Output

• Discrete Input 12VDC dry contact

• Discrete Output 24 VDC High Side

• Line fault detection on I/O

• Separate I/O processor

• Redundant Main Processors

• 50mS Module Execution

• SOE timestamp at module execution

• Eight additional Boolean values published Peer-to-Peer on every scan

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ControllerController

2-Wide Power/ Controller Carrier

8-Wide I/O Interface Carrier

I/O Card DIN Rail I/O Terminal Block Mounting Screw Controller
I/O Card
DIN Rail
I/O Terminal Block
Mounting Screw
Controller

ControllerController

The DeltaV Controller mounts in the right slot of the 2-wide Power/Controller Carrier as illustrated above. Vertical mount carriers are also available for Controllers and I/O cards.

Refer to DeltaV Books Online for additional information about DeltaV. Search: Installing Your DeltaV System.

DeltaVDeltaV HubsHubs && SwitchesSwitches

Hubs and switches provide a means to connect multiple nodes. Hubs are used in small training or demo systems, typically less than 8 nodes. Hubs serve as a connection point and rejuvenate the electrical signal as messages are forwarded on the control network.

Switches are recommended in on-line plant systems. Switches provide the same function as a hub and additionally separate traffic to improve throughput.

To ensure that you have proper switch configuration and the correct switch software for your DeltaV system, you should purchase switches through normal Emerson channels.

DeltaVDeltaV HubsHubs && SwitchesSwitches

Available unmanaged switches for small systems, 12-15 nodes:

• Allied Telesyn AT-FS708, 8-port 10/100Base-TX

• Allied Telesyn AT-FS 709FC, 8-port 10/100Base-TX, 1 Fiber port

• Emerson Media Converter, 4x10/100Base-TX to 1x100Base-FX, Class 1 Div2

Available managed switches, for systems with greater than 15 nodes:

• Cisco Catalyst 2940, 8-port 10/100Base-TX, 1 Fiber port

• Cisco Catalyst 2950-24, 24-port 10/100Base-TX

• Cisco Catalyst Stackable 2950C, 24-port 10/100Base-TX, 2 100Base-FX MTJR Uplinks

• Cisco Catalyst Stackable 3750-24FS, 24-port 100Base-FX

Gigabit connections are supported only between switches. Connections between controllers and workstations are 10/100MB.

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I/O Carrier

Power/Controller Carrier

DeltaVDeltaV PowerPower SuppliesSupplies

The DeltaV System Power Supply consists of the following options

• System Power Supply (AC/DC) – Input 110VAC or 220VAC

• System Power Supply (Dual DC/DC) – Input 24VDC or 12VDC

The DeltaV Bulk Power Supply consists of the following options

• Bulk AC to 24 VDC Power Supply

• Bulk AC to 12 VDC Power Supply

• Bulk 24 VDC to 12 VDC Power Supply

An Intrinsically Safe Power Supply is available for the Intrinsically Safe I/O

• Intrinsically safe (DC/DC) - Input 24VDC

UserUser StationStation HardwareHardware

Workstation Dell Intel Pentium with

• CD-ROM

• Network Interface card(s)

• One parallel port

• 17/21-inch monitor or 19-inch flat panel

• Dual Monitor Optional

• Four-Monitor Optional

Server Dell Single or Dual Intel Xeon with

Optional Server — Dell Single or Dual Intel Xeon with Workstation − for any station type

Workstation for any station type

Dual Intel Xeon with Workstation − for any station type Server − typically used as an

Server typically used as an Application Station or a ProfessionalPLUS on large systems

• CD-ROM

• Network Interface card(s)

• One parallel port

• Tape Backup

• RAID 5 (Redundant Array of Independent Drives)

SystemSystem CapacityCapacity

System Sizing

• 120 max. Nodes (redundant nodes count as 1 node)

• 60 max. workstations of any kind

• 1 Professional PLUS Station

• 10 max. Professional Stations

• 59 max. Operator Stations

• 10 max. Application Stations

• 72 max. Remote Workstations

• 8 max. Remote Data Servers (Professional PLUS and 7 Application stations)

• 2 max. Remote clients per Professional PLUS

• 4 max. Remote clients per Operator Station with Windows Server 2003

• 100 max. simplex/redundant Controllers

• 30,000 DSTs

• 750 max DST’s per Controller

• Unlimited SCADA tags

• 15,000 Advanced Unit Management DSTs

DeviceDevice SignalSignal TagTag (DST)(DST) LicensingLicensing

DST licensing is based on the number of inputs and outputs as follows:

• Analog Output

• Analog Input

• Discrete Output

• Discrete Input

Generally speaking each instrument wired into a set of screw terminals will require 1 DST. When identifying the required DST licensing start with the P&ID and count the number and type of instruments. The exception would be FOUNDATION fieldbus devices. Intelligent devices like this can have multiple inputs and outputs per instrument, resulting in multiple DSTs for a device.

WorkstationWorkstation LicensingLicensing

Workstations are licensed based on the functionality required as follows:

ProfessionalPLUS Station — Configuration, Operation and Configuration Database node

Professional Station — Configuration and Operation

Operator Station — Operation

Maintenance Station — Diagnostics

Base Station — Select necessary functionality

Application Station — Run-time database plus user selected applications. User applications might be DeltaV Batch software or other third party OPC applications for interfacing to the plant business systems.

UserUser StationStation SoftwareSoftware ComponentsComponents

The DeltaV User Station Software consists of

• Operate

• Configuration Suite

• Diagnostics

DeltaVDeltaV OperateOperate

The DeltaV Operate (Run) is used by the operator to view and control the process. It consists of three items:

• Button Toolbar

• Working Area

• Alarm Banner

DeltaV Operate (Configure) is used to create and edit DeltaV graphics.

Access DeltaV Operate by selecting

Start DeltaV Operator DeltaV Operate Run

DeltaVDeltaV OperateOperate DeltaVDeltaV OperateOperate (Run)(Run)

Operate Operate DeltaV DeltaV Operate Operate (Run) (Run) Button Toolbar Working Area Alarm Banner EMERSON Process

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Alarm

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DeltaVDeltaV OperateOperate (Configure)(Configure)

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The DeltaV Control Module contains algorithms that define the control system’s behavior. The DeltaV Module consists of the following:

• Hierarchy

• Displays

• Alarms

• Conditionals

• Algorithms

• Module

• I/O

• Parameters

DeltaVDeltaV ConfigurationConfiguration SuiteSuite

The DeltaV User Station Configuration Suite includes the following:

• DeltaV Explorer

• Control Studio

DeltaVDeltaV ExplorerExplorer

Access the DeltaV Explorer by selecting Start DeltaV Engineering DeltaV Explorer

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DeltaVDeltaV ExplorerExplorer

The DeltaV Explorer is used to view and edit your system’s configuration. Use the Explorer’s pull-down menus to perform various DeltaV-related functions or use the buttons at the top of the DeltaV Explorer window to access other DeltaV programs. Also, use the plus and minus symbols to expand and collapse the selected item.

Access buttons Pull-down menus
Access buttons
Pull-down menus

DeltaVDeltaV ControlControl StudioStudio

Access the DeltaV Control Studio by selecting Start DeltaV Engineering Control Studio

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DeltaVDeltaV ControlControl StudioStudio

A typical DeltaV Control Studio display is shown below.

A typical DeltaV Control Studio display is shown below. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

DeltaVDeltaV DiagnosticsDiagnostics

Access DeltaV Diagnostics by selecting Start DeltaV Operator Diagnostics

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DeltaVDeltaV DiagnosticsDiagnostics

A typical DeltaV Diagnostics display is shown below.

A typical DeltaV Diagnostics display is shown below. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

WorkshopWorkshop CommissioningCommissioning thethe ControllerController

Step 1.

Power up the DeltaV Monitor and Workstation. The initial Windows XP Professional log on window appears in approximately one minute.

Step2.

Enter the following information — as prompted — in lower case:

Username:

student

Password: dv

Step 3.

Click the OK button or press the ENTER key to continue.Wait for DeltaV Logon window to appear and the hour glass has changed to a selector.

Step 4.

Log in to DeltaV using the same User name and Password specified above.

Step 5.

Select Windows Desktop from the FlexLock menu bar.

5. Select Windows Desktop from the FlexLock menu bar. Note: Do not select Windows Desktop until

Note: Do not select Windows Desktop until completing the DeltaV Log On.

DecommissionedDecommissioned ControllersControllers

View a list of decommissioned controllers by first launching the DeltaV Explorer

Start DeltaV Engineering DeltaV Explorer

Decommissioned controllers are listed in the Contents window of the DeltaV Explorer accessed by selecting

Physical Network Decommissioned Controllers

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DecommissionedDecommissioned ControllersControllers

CTLR-00CBA2, shown above, is a decommissioned controller.

Decommissioned State — Controller(s) are non-active members of a Control Network. For example:

• A new Controller added to the Control Network.

• A replacement for an existing controller (any new controller starts in a decommissioned state).

• A controller deliberately decommissioned for an extended scheduled shutdown.

Decommissioned State Visual Indicators

Power LED (Green)

Error LED (Red)

Active/Standby LED (Green)

Yellow LEDs

ON

FLASH at one second interval

OFF

FLASH at random

IdentifyIdentify ControllerController

Identify the controller from DeltaV Explorer by selecting

(right mouse button) Decommissioned Controller CTLR-00CBA2 (left mouse button) Properties Flash lights

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→ (left mouse button) Properties → Flash lights EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

IdentifyIdentify ControllerController

Identify State — A specific Controller is located on the DeltaV network. Identify is a property of the Controller that can be used to located a specific controller when multiple controllers are part of a DeltaV Network. Identify can be performed on Decommissioned and Commissioned Controllers.

Identify State Visual Indicators

Power LED (Green)

All other LEDs

ON

FLASH at one second interval

Note: Automatically terminate the identify state by closing the Identify pop-up dialog box or selecting Stop Flashing on the controller’s Properties window.

Commissioning Commissioning a a Controller Controller & & Auto-Sensing Auto-Sensing

I/O I/O Cards Cards

Commission a controller and auto-sense the I/O cards from the DeltaV Explorer by selecting the Decommissioned Controller CTLR-00CBA2 and drag ‘n drop it onto the Control Network or existing placeholder. A Properties window appears requesting various information.

Drag ‘n Drop
Drag ‘n Drop

Commissioning Commissioning a a Controller Controller & & Auto-Sensing Auto-Sensing

I/O I/O Cards Cards

Commission — The act of making a controller an active member of a DeltaV Control Network. A TCP/IP address is automatically assigned by the ProfessionalPLUS Workstation at commissioning. This can be performed from the DeltaV Explorer or Configuration Assistant application. The last step of commissioning will prompt the user with a question to Auto-Sense I/O cards.

CommissioningCommissioning aa ControllerController

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Commissioning Commissioning a a Controller Controller EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course 7009

CommissioningCommissioning aa ControllerController

Define Controller Properties as follows:

Name: A user-defined name with a maximum of 16 characters containing at least one alpha character. It may also contain $, -, or

Description: An optional user description of no more than 255 characters appearing in the DeltaV Explorer. It is for information only and not used by the controller.

Associate Alarms & Events with Area: Define the plant area that will be associated with controller node and subordinate field device alarms.

Enable System Hardware Alarms: Checking the box Enables controller hardware errors to appear as alarms.

Enable network redundancy for this node: Checking the box Enables the secondary control network for the node.

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Show integrity error when not in time sync: Checking the box Enables an integrity error on this controller when the time is not synchronized with the master time server.

Node is redundant: A Simplex Controller will be grayed out. A checked box indicates the controller is redundant.

Auto-SensingAuto-Sensing I/OI/O CardsCards

When the above fields have been completed, click the OK button to continue. The last step in commissioning the controller permits you to Auto-sense the I/O cards for the controller.

you to Auto-sense the I/O cards for the controller. Auto-Sense I/O cards — Clicking the YES
you to Auto-sense the I/O cards for the controller. Auto-Sense I/O cards — Clicking the YES
you to Auto-sense the I/O cards for the controller. Auto-Sense I/O cards — Clicking the YES

Auto-Sense I/O cards — Clicking the YES button causes the controller to scan its I/O sub-system and identify the card types and carrier slots where the I/O cards are installed. By clicking the NO button, the controller WILL NOT SCAN the I/O sub-system for installed I/O cards but will continue to commission itself. Auto-sense can be done at any time from the DeltaV Explorer.

ColdCold RestartRestart

Define a cold restart by selecting from the DeltaV Explorer CTLR Properties Controller tab

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ColdCold RestartRestart

In the event of a power failure, the controller can download itself using the configuration data in non-volatile memory. If the non-volatile memory is not present or does not match the ProfessionalPLUS database, the system downloads the download script from the ProfessionalPLUS workstation.

You can set this feature on an individual controller basis using the DeltaV Explorer as shown above.

The amount of time is set in any combination of Days (0 thru 30 max), Hours (0 thru 23 max) or Minutes (0 thru 59 max). Commissioning and downloading procedures will be executed if power returns to the controller in less than or equal to the cold restart time. A setting of 0 disables the Cold Restart (automatic restart).

Note: It is recommended to set the Cold Restart Time to at least two minutes.

ColdCold RestartRestart

It is further recommended that a UPS be installed between the AC distribution (source) and the System Power Supply for the controller(s) to ensure controller operations during short interruptions of plant power.

Note: Refer to Books On Line for additional information about Cold Restart. Search: Preserving Configuration During Power Loss

DeltaVDeltaV ExplorerExplorer IndicatorsIndicators

DeltaV DeltaV Explorer Explorer Indicators Indicators Access Help by clicking the question mark on the DeltaV
DeltaV DeltaV Explorer Explorer Indicators Indicators Access Help by clicking the question mark on the DeltaV

Access Help by clicking the question mark on the DeltaV Explorer menu and subsequently clicking on the item of interest.

WorkshopWorkshop CommissioningCommissioning thethe ControllerController

Commission the decommissioned controller CTLR-XXXXXX from DeltaV Explorer by performing the following tasks:

Step 1.

Identify the Controller using the Identify State.

Step 2.

Commission the Controller, name it, enable network redundancy and Auto-sense I/O.

Step 3.

Set Cold Restart to 5 minutes.

PlantWeb PlantWeb Architectural Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated,

PlantWebPlantWeb ArchitecturalArchitectural ModelModel

Management Execution (OPC)

Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS
Architectural Model Model Management Execution (OPC) Plant-Wide Network Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS

Plant-Wide Network

Integrated, Modular Software DeltaV/AMS Intelligent Device Manager

Modular Software DeltaV/AMS Intelligent Device Manager Scalable Platforms (DeltaV Hardware) Intelligent Field
Modular Software DeltaV/AMS Intelligent Device Manager Scalable Platforms (DeltaV Hardware) Intelligent Field
Modular Software DeltaV/AMS Intelligent Device Manager Scalable Platforms (DeltaV Hardware) Intelligent Field
Modular Software DeltaV/AMS Intelligent Device Manager Scalable Platforms (DeltaV Hardware) Intelligent Field

Scalable Platforms (DeltaV Hardware)

Device Manager Scalable Platforms (DeltaV Hardware) Intelligent Field Devices Integrated smart SIS EMERSON

Intelligent Field Devices

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PlantWebPlantWeb ArchitecturalArchitectural ModelModel

PlantWeb is the proven digital plant architecture that uses the power of predictive intelligence to improve plant performance.

Intelligent Field Devices — Can be remotely configured and calibrated via software using an appropriate host or configurator. Many field devices include PID functions to allow true distributed control to support the Control Anywhere concept.

Scalable platforms — The DeltaV host has been designed to manage large amounts of data. It is equally well suited for small and large applications. The hardware is easily expanded by adding additional controllers and additional I/O capacity.

Integrated, modular software (AMS) — A package that allows users to commission, configure, calibrate, and troubleshoot devices from a Windows Explorer type screen.

Management execution — With OLE for Process Control (OPC), data from the DeltaVsystem can be communicated via the existing business LAN to other compliant Windows applications such as Excel and Access.

Integrated smart SIS — TÜV certified for SIL 3 applications, integrated yet separate.

SummarySummary

You should now be able to define

• DeltaV System architecture

• DeltaV Software components

• DeltaV System capacities

• PlantWeb

The Simulated Process

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ObjectivesObjectives

Upon completion of this module you will be able to

• Define the process to be controlled

• Define the characteristics of the various plant areas

• Define the characteristics of the Device Signal Tags (DSTs)

• Perform a total download

• View diagnostics

PLANT_AREA_APLANT_AREA_A

Tank101

LEVEL-101

PLANT_AREA_A PLANT_AREA_A Tank101 LEVEL-101 SFC-T101 LI-101 XV-101 MTR-102 = = XVSTAT-101 FIC-102 To Tank201 EMERSON

SFC-T101

PLANT_AREA_A PLANT_AREA_A Tank101 LEVEL-101 SFC-T101 LI-101 XV-101 MTR-102 = = XVSTAT-101 FIC-102 To Tank201 EMERSON

LI-101

XV-101 MTR-102 = = XVSTAT-101
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FIC-102

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To Tank201

PLANT_AREA_APLANT_AREA_A ControlControl ModulesModules

Listed below are PLANT_AREA_A’s control modules:

• LEVEL-101

• LI-101

• XV-101

• XVSTAT-101

• MTR-102

• FIC-102

• SFC-T101 — Sequential Function Chart for automated STARTUP and SHUTDOWN

• Operator Display — picture named Tank101

PLANT_AREA_BPLANT_AREA_B

Tank201

From Tank101

PLANT_AREA_B PLANT_AREA_B Tank201 From Tank101 PLM-SHUTDOWN LEV2-SIM LIC-20X FIC-20X MTR-203 = EMERSON Process

PLM-SHUTDOWN

LEV2-SIM

LIC-20X FIC-20X MTR-203 =
LIC-20X
FIC-20X
MTR-203
=

PLANT_AREA_BPLANT_AREA_B ControlControl ModulesModules

Listed below are PLANT_AREA_B’s control modules:

• LIC-20X

• FIC-20X

• MTR-203

• LEV2-SIM

• PLM-SHUTDOWN — Phase Logic Module for automated plant shutdown

• Operator Display — picture named Tank201

PlantPlant AreasAreas

Listed below are the characteristics of a Plant Area.

Contain control modules

Define user privilege boundaries

Define workstation alarms boundaries

Workstation 2

Workstation 1

User 1

alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
alarms boundaries Workstation 2 Workstation 1 User 1 User 2 Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101

User 2

Area A FIC-101 LIC-101 XV-101 MTR-101
Area A
FIC-101
LIC-101
XV-101
MTR-101

Area B

Area C

FIC-201

FIC-301

LIC-201

LIC-301

XV-201

XV-301

MTR-201

MTR-301

EquipmentEquipment HierarchyHierarchy

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EquipmentEquipment HierarchyHierarchy

DeltaV supports a logical hierarchy which includes the following:

Area — logical division of a process control system. Areas typically represent plant locations or main processing functions.

Process Cell — may be class-based (available to the Batch Executive) or non class- based. The process cell can be used to organize units and modules.

Unit Module — allows you to take advantage of advanced alarming techniques. Units are also key to the Batch Hierarchy.

Equipment Module — a grouping of equipment that performs a minor task like a totalizer or header. Allows you to take advantage of advanced alarming techniques.

Control Module — links I/O, algorithms, conditions displays, and other parameters to the equipment. Modules typically control a single entity like a motor or flow loop.

Important: DeltaV Batch requires a full hierarchy of area, cell, and unit to operate properly.

EquipmentEquipment HierarchyHierarchy

Building A

Areas

Equipment Equipment Hierarchy Hierarchy Building A Areas Process Cells Building B Raw Materials Raw Materials Tank

Process Cells

Building B

Raw Materials Raw Materials Tank A Tank A Tank B Tank B Tank C Tank
Raw Materials
Raw Materials
Tank A
Tank A
Tank B
Tank B
Tank C
Tank C
Processing
Processing
Line A
Line A
Line B
Line B
Storage
Storage
Units
Tank A
Tank A
Tank B
Tank B
Tank C
Tank C

DeviceDevice SignalSignal TagsTags (DSTs)(DSTs)

FIC-102

IO_IN

IO_OUT FY-2

FT-2

Controller

(DSTs) (DSTs) FIC-102 IO_IN IO_OUT FY-2 FT-2 Controller Card 1 2 AI AO CH2 CH2 FT-2
Card 1 2 AI AO CH2 CH2 FT-2 FY-2 FT-2 FY-2
Card 1
2
AI
AO
CH2
CH2
FT-2
FY-2
FT-2
FY-2

DeviceDevice SignalSignal TagsTags (DSTs)(DSTs)

DeltaV Device Signal Tags are

• Named items which attach an I/O channel to a control module

• Typically named to match an instrument name

• Define I/O properties such as

Analog In vs. HART

DO Latching vs. Momentary

WorkshopWorkshop DDefiningefining PlantPlant AreasAreas

The following workshop requires you to rename AREA_A as PLANT_AREA_A. From the DeltaV Explorer select

Control Strategies AREA_A Rename

AREA_A appears as a highlighted selection in the Contents window. Enter the new name PLANT_AREA_A before pressing the ENTER key.

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WorkshopWorkshop DDefiningefining PlantPlant AreasAreas

The following workshop requires you to add PLANT_AREA_B. From the DeltaV Explorer select

Control Strategies New Area

AREA1 appears as a highlighted selection in the Contents window. Enter the new name PLANT_AREA_B before pressing the ENTER key.

the new name PLANT_AREA_B before pressing the ENTER key. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course
the new name PLANT_AREA_B before pressing the ENTER key. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

WorkshopWorkshop ConfiguringConfiguring DSTsDSTs

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WorkshopWorkshop ConfiguringConfiguring DSTsDSTs

Configure DSTs from the DeltaV Explorer by selecting

CTLR I/O Card # (CO1) Channel #(CH01) Properties

The selected channel’s Properties box appears providing an opportunity for you to enter the Description, Channel type and Device Tag. Remember to check the Enable box to activate the channel.

Click the OK button to continue.

Note: DSTs can also be configured using the I/O Configuration button DeltaV Explorer.

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WorkshopWorkshop ConfiguringConfiguring DSTsDSTs

Configure Cards 1 through 4 as follows:

DST

Type

DST

Type

Card 1

Card 3

Chnl 1

LT-1

Analog Input

Chnl 1

LSO-1

Discrete Input

Chnl 2

FT-2

Analog Input

Chnl 2

XI-2

Discrete Input

Card 2

Card 4

Chnl 1

LY-1

Analog Output

Chnl 1

XV-1

Discrete Output

Chnl 2

FY-2

Analog Output

Chnl 2

ZX-2

Discrete Output

DownloadsDownloads

Download the controller from the DeltaV Explorer by selecting CTLR Download Controller

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TotalTotal // FullFull DownloadDownload

Download — Transfers Controller configuration, setup data and cold restart memory from the configuration database of the ProfessionalPLUS to the controller(s) and/or workstation(s) run time database. Downloads are performed from DeltaV Explorer or Control Studio.

Two Main Types of Downloads

Total/Full Download — Downloads the entire configuration for the selected node (controller or workstation). A total/full controller download will download all control modules assigned to the selected node. Control parameters will go to configured default values. This download type is performed from DeltaV Explorer.

Important: It may not be desirable to perform a Total/Full Download on a running process.

Partial Download — Downloads only specific parts of the configuration; i.e., a single control module or card. This only affects the control module or card that is being downloaded. All partial downloads are performed from the DeltaV Explorer or Control Studio.

DownloadDownload StatusStatus IndicatorsIndicators

Download Download Status Status Indicators Indicators A triangle with a question mark database parameters may not

A triangle with a question mark

database parameters may not match the parameters in the node itself. By selecting Update Download Status the system will determine if differences exist, resulting in a

blue triangle, if the parameters match, the triangle will disappear.

A blue triangle

parameters do not match the parameters in the node itself. If you perform a download, some changes will be made to the node. If this indicator is not present, no download is required.

A yellow triangle

indicates that some of the node’s configuration

triangle indicates that some of the node’s configuration indicates that some of the node’s configuration database

indicates that some of the node’s configuration database

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indicates no configuration.

DownloadDownload OptionsOptions

Update Download Status — Updates the download status of the individual Nodes or Network depending on where it is initiated. Performed from the DeltaV Explorer.

Download Subsets — Configuration data that is not directly related to a control module or card.

Setup Data — includes named sets, parameter security, cold restart information, redundancy information, alarm preferences and event chronicle definitions. Setup data can be downloaded to Controllers and Workstations. Performed from DeltaV Explorer.

Changed Setup Data — Sends only changed setup data items.

DownloadDownload OptionsOptions

Controller Cold Restart Memory — Updates the controller non-volatile memory so that the Cold Restart download script is valid. Should be performed after any of the following tasks:

Controller Upgrade

Decommissioning and re-commissioning

Partial download and/or Uploads

Note: Does not affect the working configuration in the controller!

DownloadDownload OptionsOptions

Re-send Last Known Good Download — Sends the last successful total download to a node without going to the database.

If you have performed a total download followed by one or more partial downloads, this function resends the information contained in the total download as well as the partials. For controllers, the function sends the same download script that would be sent to a controller that restarts after a power failure. This is especially useful for situations where a workstation fails due to a disk error. It enables you to bring the new or repaired node up to the previous operational status without downloading recent edits to the configuration.

Do not use this download function after de-commissioning a controller. Perform a full download after re-commissioning a controller.

WorkshopWorkshop CompletingCompleting thethe ConfigurationConfiguration

You will notice, after configuring the channel, that a blue triangle with a question mark appears next to the CTLR, I/O and card listing in the tree. You must update the download status and/or download the controller to remove the blue triangle.

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WorkshopWorkshop UUpdatingpdating thethe DownloadDownload StatusStatus

Update the Download Status by selecting from the DeltaV Explorer

CTLR Update Download Status

The blue triangle will either disappear following the up-date or will remain; indicating that the controller must be downloaded.

remain; indicating that the controller must be downloaded. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

WorkshopWorkshop DDownloadingownloading thethe ControllerController

Download the controller by selecting from the DeltaV Explorer

CTLR Download Controller

You will be required to respond to several options while stepping through the download process.

options while stepping through the download process. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

WorkshopWorkshop DDownloadingownloading thethe ControllerController

Verify the configuration download options provides the opportunity to check selected items for unresolved references and other configuration problems before downloading. You will be alerted to problems and given the opportunity to resolve them before continuing with the download.

The cautionary note below gives you the opportunity to abort the controller’s pending download. Click the Yes button if you wish to continue.

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DownloadDownload DialogueDialogue BoxBox

The Downloading Selected Objects dialogue box above displays the download’s progress. The checkmark beside each item indicates that the function is complete. As a specific event is processing, it is displayed as bold type. Stippled items are events that do not need to be performed during the current download.

Creating Log File creates the log file for the download which is stored on the hard drive. (C or D:\DeltaV\DVData\DownLoadProgress.log)

Performing Upload Checks verifies values on uploadable items.

Performing PreDownload Checks determines which items are installable, loaded, created, licensed and if the user has download privileges.

Performing Dependency Checks are initiated when Fieldbus devices or modules with Fieldbus blocks are included.

Click the Close button to continue when the download is complete.

WorkshopWorkshop DDownloadingownloading thethe ControllerController

The blue triangles are removed after the download is complete.

blue triangles are removed after the download is complete. EMERSON Process Management – Educational Services Course

WorkshopWorkshop CCheckinghecking thethe SystemSystem

Launch Diagnostics from the DeltaV Explorer by clicking the Diagnostic button on the toolbar or by selecting

the Diagnostic button on the toolbar or by selecting Start → DeltaV → Operator → Diagnostics

Start DeltaV Operator Diagnostics

Once Diagnostics has been successfully launched, check out your system.

SummarySummary

You should now be able to Define the process to be controlled Define the characteristics of the various plant areas Define the characteristics of the Device Signal Tags (DSTs) Perform a total download View diagnostics

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ObjectivesObjectives

Upon completion of this module you will be able to

• Define DeltaV Control Module characteristics

• Create a Discrete Output control module

• Create a Discrete Input control module

• Create a Control display (picture)

• Create Previous and Next display links

• Add Data Links to a display (picture)

• Add Static Objects Text

• Add a Dynamo

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DeltaV Control Modules exhibit the following characteristics:

• Unique name — 16 characters maximum with one alpha, alphanumeric, $, -, or_

• Executes control algorithms

• Smallest entity that may be downloaded to the controller

• Flexible size

• May be independently taken out of service

• Independent scan rate per module

• References a primary, detail and faceplate display

• Independent function block scan rate, execute block every (1-255) module scan(s)

• Set function block execution order, automatically or manually

ParameterParameter PathPath

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ParameterParameter PathPath

The parameter path is Data Server.Module/Block/Parameter.Type_Field For example:
The parameter path is Data Server.Module/Block/Parameter.Type_Field
For example:

DVSYS.FIC-20X/PID1/OUT.F_CV

Data Server — The Workstation’s data server that provides real-time data to DeltaV Operate.

Control Module — a control algorithm that links conditions, alarms, displays and other characteristics together for a particular piece of equipment.

Function Block — contains standard process control algorithms such as PID, Analog Out and Analog In. When wired together in an appropriate and logical sequence, multiple function blocks form a control module.

Parameter — data transmitted between function blocks for trending, alarming, diagnostics and advanced process control.

Type — parameter types are Floating (F) for numbers and ASCII (A) for text. Floating is the default parameter.

Field — the most common fields are Current Value (CV) and Status (ST).

ModuleModule TemplatesTemplates

Module Templates may be used as a starting point for modules. Access DeltaV Module Templates by selecting

Start DeltaV Engineering DeltaV Explorer Library Module Templates

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DeltaVDeltaV ControlControl StudioStudio

Control Studio is used to define and modify control modules. Launch Control Studio from DeltaV Explorer by clicking the Control Studio button

Or from the Task bar by selecting

Control Studio button Or from the Task bar by selecting Start → DeltaV → Engineering →