Abus PT Series Specifications

Communication Description
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Series 2600T Pressure Transmitters
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
For pressure, differential pressure, level, and
pressure/temperature-corrected flow measurement
Communication description for
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
- Valid for models 265Dx, 265VS, 265Gx, 265Ax,
267JS, 267Cx, 269JS, 269Cx
Blinder Text
Series 2600T Pressure Transmitters
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
Communication Description
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
05.2009
Manufacturer:
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Contents
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Preamble
1
Preamble ..............................................................................................................................................................4
2
Acronyms .............................................................................................................................................................4
3
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Definition .....................................................................................................................5
4
Device Introduction .............................................................................................................................................5
5
6
4.1
General considerations ..................................................................................................................................5
4.2
FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus Version Considerations .....................................................................................6
4.3
Registration Details ........................................................................................................................................9
Hardware Characteristics .................................................................................................................................13
5.1
Current limitation ..........................................................................................................................................13
5.2
Local Display ................................................................................................................................................13
5.3
Local Keys....................................................................................................................................................14
5.4
Structure tree................................................................................................................................................15
Network Architecture ........................................................................................................................................17
6.1
Electrical Connections..................................................................................................................................20
7
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Overview....................................................................................................................21
8
Initialisation........................................................................................................................................................23
9
Device Addressing ............................................................................................................................................24
10 Device Configuration ........................................................................................................................................25
10.1
Device Description .......................................................................................................................................25
10.2
Resource Block ............................................................................................................................................26
10.3
Analog Input Function Block ........................................................................................................................32
10.4
Pressure Transducer Block ..........................................................................................................................39
10.5
PID Function Block.......................................................................................................................................48
10.6
Temperature Transducer Block (only 267 / 269 transmitters)......................................................................56
10.7
Multi Variable Block (only 267C / 269C transmitters) ..................................................................................59
11 Operating Modes ...............................................................................................................................................64
12 Process Flow .....................................................................................................................................................65
12.1
Connection between AIFB and TB...............................................................................................................65
12.2
Custom Pressure Transducer Block ............................................................................................................67
12.3
Analog Input Function Block ........................................................................................................................67
12.4
PID Function Block.......................................................................................................................................68
12.5
PID algorithm................................................................................................................................................69
12.6
Custom Temperature Transducer Block ......................................................................................................70
12.7
MV Block, flow calculation............................................................................................................................70
12.8
Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................71
12.9
Status supported ..........................................................................................................................................72
13 Device Specification Data.................................................................................................................................78
14 Reference ...........................................................................................................................................................80
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Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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Preamble
1
Preamble
In order to make easier the description, all the variables mentioned in this document are written
with the suffix RB or TB or AIFB or PID indicating the block into where the variables are
mapped.
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4
Acronyms
Acronym
Meaning
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
CPU
Control Process Unit
DSP
Digital Signal Processing
H1
Low Speed Fieldbus Segment
FF
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
LAS
Link Active Scheduler
AIFB
Analog Input Function Block
RB
Resource Block
TB
Transducer Block
AOFB
Analog Output Function Block
PIDFB
Proportional Integral Derivative Function Block
MVFB
Multi Variable Function Block
DD
Device Description
CFF
Capability File Format
IS
Intrinsically Safety
FISCO
Fieldbus IS Concept
OOS
Out Of Service
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus Definition
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus Definition
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is an all-digital, serial, two-way communication system that serves as
a Local Area Network (LAN) for factory/plant instrumentation and control devices.
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is designed to be compatible with the officially sanctioned SP50
standards project of the ISA (The International Society for Measurement and Control) and the
specifications of the IEC (International Electrotechnical Committee.
A unique characteristic of FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is interoperability that ensures its use of a
fully specified, standard User Layer based on "Blocks" and Device Description technology.
Detailed information of the FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus is available read on the Webpage of the
FIELDBUS FOUNDATION (www.fieldbus.org) and / or from the ABB Webpage (www.abb.com).
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4.1
Device Introduction
General considerations
The 2600T Pressure Transmitter Series include a complete line of differential, absolute and
gauge pressure transmitters used also for level, flow and volume applications.
In addition, 2600T Series offers the most complete line of remote seal forms and wetted
materials in the industry; different process and application matching fill fluids cover the widest
process temperature range.
The series is covered by multiple agency safety approvals (including ATEX and FM) supported
by intrinsically safe and explosion proof designs, for a full compliance to hazardous area
requirements.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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Device Introduction
4.2
FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus Version Considerations
The models 265 / 267 / 269 FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus version differs by the traditional
4 … 20 mA version only in the secondary electronic and in the Terminal block. The transducer
with its own primary electronic has to be considered the common part of all the different
Transmitter versions (HART, PROFIBUS and FF). This feature offers the possibility to replace
on the same transmitters different electronics with the plug and play capability.
The models 265 / 267 / 269 FOUNDATION Fieldbus Revision 2 implements and is compliant to
the communication Protocol FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus specification version 1.5.
The models 265 / 267 / 269 FF Revision 2 is registered as a Link Master Device. When the
models 265 / 267 / 269 FF is properly configured as back-up LAS, if the current LAS running in
the controller fails, it enables its own LAS functionality with the task to maintain alive the
Fieldbus operations.
The models 265 FF Revision 2 includes:
-
1 Standard Resource Block
-
2 Standard Analog Input Function Blocks
-
1 Standard PID Function Block
-
1 Custom Pressure with Calibration Transducer Block
The models 267 / 269 FF Revision 2 includes:
-
1 Standard Resource Block
-
3 Standard Analog Input Function Blocks
-
1 Standard PID Function Block
-
1 Custom Pressure with Calibration Transducer Block
-
1 Temperature Transducer Block
-
1 Multi Variable Function Block
Here is a summary of the FF functionality implemented in the models 265 / 267 / 269 FF:
-
Client / Server VCR
This communication type is used for the operator messages like read / write of configurations
or maintenance data. This is a not scheduled message but executed when the operator
requires it.
-
Publisher / subscriber VCR
This communication type is used for Process Control purpose. These are the scheduled and
cyclic exchange of data.
-
Report / Distribution VCR
This communication type is used when the slave device has to advise the operator consoles
about the occurrence of alarms (Event Notification) or for Trend report.
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Device Introduction
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LAS Functionality
With this functionality the models 265 / 267 / 269 FF can acts as backup master, keeping
alive the Function block application whenever the Master/Controller fails.
The LAS implemented in the device supports 1 sub-schedule, 25 sequences and
25 elements for sequence.
-
1 Enhanced Resource Block
This block identifies the transmitter and includes characteristics of the instrument connected
at the Fieldbus like Model, Serial Number, Manufacturer and so on. Only 1 Resource Block
can be present in each device.
-
1 … 3 Standard Analog Input Function Block
These blocks are for the Out Values and Status of Pressure or Differential Pressure, Static
Pressure with Differential Pressure transmitters and Process Temperature for Multi Variable
Transmitters.
-
Standard Proportional Integral Derivative Function Block
Inside the Function blocks (AI, PID) are contained the information/parameters relating the
Process Control. Each Function Block type provides specific functionality. The combination
of different Function Blocks offers the possibility to design a complete control loop.
-
1 Multi Variable Function Block (only with 267 / 269)
The Multi Variable Function blocks are contained the parameters relating to the flow
calculation.
-
1 Custom Pressure with Calibration Transducer Block
In this block are contained the information relating the models 265 / 267 / 269 sensor like
Model, Calibration, Physical Limits or Construction, and setting about how to convert the
measured Pressure to Flow, Level or Volume measurement.
-
1 Custom Temperature with Calibration Transducer Block (only with 267 / 269)
In this block are contained the information relating the models 267 / 269 external Pt100
sensor.
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Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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Device Introduction
-
-
FMS services supported:
-
Initiate
-
Abort
-
Status
-
Identify
-
Read Variable
-
Write Variable
-
Get Object Dictionary
Link objects mechanism.
This allows the linking between the produced Values or Alarms or Trends in output from the
AIFBs (Publisher) with other Input Blocks enabled to receive these information (Subscriber).
I.e. Pressure in output from AIFB, linked as input for PIDFB.
-
Event Notification mechanism.
This provides to automatically send an alarm message to the Master whenever an alarm or
event condition occurs. This message includes details about when the event occurred (date,
time) and about the reason of the event or alarm (subcode).
-
Trend Objects.
These objects collect a defined number of sampling of a selected variable, under different
conditions.
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Device Introduction
4.3
Registration Details
-
-
DEVICE
Model:
2600T Series- Models 263 / 265
Type:
Pressure Transmitter
Revision:
2
Tested Function Blocks:
3 x AI (Standard), 1 x PID (Standard), 1 x RB (Enhanced)
Other Blocks:
1 x TB (Custom)
Comm. Profile Class:
31PS, 32L
IT Campaign Number:
IT023600
PHYSICAL LAYER
Class:
-
-
111, 113, 121, 123, 511
DEVICE DESCRIPTION
Manufacturer ID Num:
0x00320
Device Type:
0x0089
DD Revision:
0x01
CAPABILITY FILE
Filename:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
020101.cff
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Device Introduction
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Device Introduction
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-
DEVICE
Model:
2600T Series- Models 267 / 269
Type:
Multivariable Transmitter
Revision:
2
Tested Function Blocks:
3 x AI (Standard), 1 x PID (Standard), 1 x RB (Enhanced)
Other Blocks:
2 x TB (Custom), 1 x MV (Custom)
Comm. Profile Class:
31PS, 32L
IT Campaign Number:
IT023700
PHYSICAL LAYER
Class:
-
-
111, 113, 121, 123, 511
DEVICE DESCRIPTION
Manufacturer ID Num:
0x00320
Device Type:
0x008A
DD Revision:
0x01
CAPABILITY FILE
Filename:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
020101.cff
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Device Introduction
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Hardware Characteristics
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5.1
Hardware Characteristics
Current limitation
This electronic implements also an especial circuitry for the current limitation. Whenever a fatal
failure occurs and the current consumption increase over the 19 mA, this circuitry provides a
limitation of the current to 19 mA, in order to save the good functionality of the other connected
devices that otherwise would be switched off due to the missing power available.
5.2
Local Display
The 2600T FF Pressure Transmitter is available with an integral display as optionally item, see
Fig. 1. This integral display offers the possibility to display the selected variable or diagnostic
strings whenever failure and / or warnings are detected.
The variable to be displayed is user selectable among several variables produced in the TB as
well as the Function Blocks output in Engineering Value, or its percentage. It is selected writing
the right code in the RB_METER_OPTION. See the Ressource Block table in 10.2 Resource
Block.
-
If the transmitter works correctly, the variable selected in the RB_METER_OPTION is
displayed together with the unit code, and it is updated periodically. If the value is too high to
show, “OVERFLOW” is displayed.
-
When some malfunctions are detected, on the display appears the following diagnostic string
sequences: “ALARM”.
The first column of the second row shows some special characters in cyclic order. These
characters are the number of the shown value, write protection, transfer function, status
available and EEPROM burning active.
Below the displayed value is a percent bar. The value there displayed is the OUT value of the
AI1 FB at normal transmitters or the mass flow (norm volume flow) at multivariable transmitters.
The display acts also as feedback of the operations performed with the external push buttons,
for additional display indications see the "structure tree" on page 15.
M00504
Fig. 1:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Integral local display
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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Hardware Characteristics
5.3
Local Keys
Three external push buttons are available, see the Fig. 2. To make the keys accessible, release
the screw and turn the protection cap aside.
M00055
Fig. 2:
Push Buttons View
Simulation:
The simulation can be activated as follows (see also symbolism on the plate).
1. First, fully press down the mode key "M" with an appropriate screwdriver.
2. Then turn the switch clockwise by 90° angle.
For deactivation, the switch has to be pushed down a little and turned counter clockwise by 90°
angle.
Without display:
The "-" / "+" keys have the same function like TB_SET_LOWER_RANGE
TB_SET_UPPER_RANGE. The mode key "M" enables / disables the simulation mode.
and
With display:
With the mode key "M", you can start menu-controlled programming. To call the next menu
item, press the key "+". You will return via the key "- ". Submenu items / selection lists are
activated via the mode key "M". A numerical value can only be changed via the keys "+" and " ". It must be taken into account that the key "+" changes the value (each keystroke increases
the value by 1), whereas the position of the value to be changed is reached via the key " - ".
Acknowledge changes with the mode key "M"; the subsequent OK acknowledgement (via the
key "M", "+" or "-") writes the new value into the failsafe storage. An adjusting process can be
aborted by pressing simultaneously the keys "+" and "-". From any main menu item, you can
return to the menu item "EXIT" by simultaneously pressing the "+" and "-" keys. When the
adjustment has been finished, quit the program via the menu item "EXIT".
By means of the following structure tree, you will get an overview of the selection / programming
possibilities.
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Hardware Characteristics
5.4
Structure tree
The menu is called up using the mode button "M".
Important
The numbers displayed inversely ( 1 to 9 ) specify the code for the display value. These
numbers are shown on the 2nd line of the display, on the left-hand side.
Main menu
Submenu (other parameters / explanations)
EXIT
VIEW
Output signal in physical unit
(Temporary display of
display values 1 to
9)
(265Dx: Current measured value for differential pressure, or measured value derived from
this, such as flowrate / level and / or:
265Gx:Current measured value of the gauge pressure or measured value derived from
this such as level and / or:
265VS, 265Ax: Current measured value of the absolute pressure and / or:
267JS / Cx, 269JS / Cx: Current measured value of the differential pressure,
In eachcase with user-specific unit.
Corresponds to the "OUT" variable in case of PROFIBUS PA or FF 1 .
Percent value of output signal
2.
Mass flow / standard volume flow (only for 267Cx, 269Cx)
Operating volume flow (only for 267Cx, 269Cx)
4.
5.
Static pressure (only with differential pressure transmitters)
6.
Process temperature (only with 267JS / Cx, 269JS / Cx, displays the temperature of
the Pt100) 7 .
Pressure / differential pressure
Sensor temperature
8.
9.
GET 0 %
Setting with applied pressure (only for 265xx)
GET 100 %
Setting with applied pressure (only for 265xx)
SET 0 %
Setting without applied pressure (only for 265xx)
SET 100 %
Setting without applied pressure (only for 265xx)
SHIFT ZERO
Sensor misalignment / zero correction
OFFSET SHIFT
Parallel shift (only for 265xx)
OUT 0 %
Setting of output variable (only for 265xx)
OUT 100 %
Setting of output variable (only for 265xx)
DAMPING
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Hardware Characteristics
Main menu
Submenu (other parameters / explanations)
DISPLAY
Output signal in physical unit
(265Dx: Current measured value for differential pressure, or measured value derived from
this, such as flowrate / level and / or:
265Gx:Current measured value of the gauge pressure or measured value derived from
this such as level and / or:
265VS, 265Ax: Current measured value of the absolute pressure and / or:
267JS / Cx, 269JS / Cx: Current measured value of the differential pressure,
In eachcase with user-specific unit.
Corresponds to the "OUT" variable in case of PROFIBUS PA or FF 1 .
Percent value of output signal
2.
Mass flow / standard volume flow (only for 267Cx, 269Cx)
Operating volume flow (only for 267Cx, 269Cx)
UNIT
4.
5.
p/dp (select units for display code No. 8)
(only for 265xx)
OUT (only for 265xx)
“Selection list” with units (for the output variable, e. g.: kg/h, m [for display code No. 1])
FUNCTION
Linear (linear characteristic
)
(only for 265xx)
Square root (square root characteristic √)
Custom (Activation / Deactivation of a freely programmable characteristic
Units of the parameter „UNIT -> p/dp“
- Pa
- GPa
- MPa
- KPa
- mPa
- uPa
- HPa
- bar
- mbar
- Torr
16
-
)
Atm
psi
g/cm2
kg/cm2
in H2O
mm H2O
ft H2O
in Hg
mm Hg
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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Network Architecture
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Network Architecture
A simple generic FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus system is represented in Fig. 3. The H1 segment is
applicable in Ex and non Ex area. The network can be designed following three different
topologies as shown in the Fig. 4 below or can be applied as a mix of the three.
Control System
Network
Controller
H1
Termination
?x
IEC 1158-2 with 31.25 Kbits/sec
IS Barrier
Termination
PressureTx
M00505
Fig. 3:
Simple FOUNDATION Fieldbus system
Important
The controller in this Figure acts also as power supply.
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Network Architecture
Junction Box
Trunk & Spurs
Daisy Chain
Tree
M00506
Fig. 4:
Fieldbus topologies
Some summarised Fieldbus characteristics.
Parameters
Specifications
Data rate
31.25 Kbits/s
Type
Voltage
Topology
Bus / Tree
Bus power
18
DC
Intrinsically safe
No
Yes
Max number of devices (1)
32
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Max cable length (2)
1900 m
Max spurs length (3)
120 m
1)
The number of devices is strictly dependent by factors like the device power consumption,
Type of cable used, additionally accessory devices such as repeaters and so on.
2)
The maximum length includes the bus plus all the spurs length. The cable Type 'A'
(# 18 AWG (0.8 mm2)) twisted pairs cable allows the maximum length of 1900 m.
3)
The maximum Spur length is 120 m when only one device is connected. Any additional
device reduces of 30 m the maximum Spur length.
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Network Architecture
The models 265 / 267 / 269 FF have the following power requirements:
-
Current consumption = 12 mA
-
Power Supply non-Ex = 10.2 … 32 V DC
A typical ABB Solution for FOUNDATION Fieldbus is represented in the Fig. 5.
The number of models 265 / 267 / 269 FF transmitters connected on one segment for
EEx ia applications can be increased when used in conjunction with the ABB Multibarrier
NMB204-EX.
It is possible to connect up to eight Multibarriers NMB204-Ex on one EEx ia segment and on
each Multibarrier is possible to connect up to four transmitters. See an example of segment with
Multibarrier in the Fig. 5.
M00507
Fig. 5:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
ABB Solution for FOUNDATION Fieldbus
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Network Architecture
6.1
Electrical Connections
The 2600 FF is a Bus Powered device with FOUNDATION Fieldbus output. On the terminal
block, two screws for the BUS CONNECTION are available, see the Fig. 6.
The Polarity has not consistency, so the two bus cables can be connected without take
care about the polarity.
FF
+
FF
M00508
Fig. 6:
Terminal Block
The special FF connector (gland receptacles) is also available as optional item for the “quick
connection” of the transmitter to the bus.
If necessary the ground terminal could be also connected. For details about the connections,
refer to the “Fieldbus Installation & Planning Guide” document AG-165 available on the Fieldbus
FOUNDATION website (www.fieldbus.org).
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus Overview
Approvals
7
FOUNDATION Fieldbus Overview
In the Fig. 7, is represented how the Function Blocks inside the FF devices connected on the
bus, can be linked together in order to achieve a simple control loop. After the loop has been
designed, the LAS Master device located in the Controller or, as back up, in the slave device
itself, starts the scheduling of the Function Block executions and of the publisher / subscriber
communications in a deterministic way.
AI
OUT
PID
IN
OUT
IN
Pressure
AO
OUT
Valve
M00509
Fig. 7:
Simple Single Loop configuration example
In the example of Fig. 7, the Pressure Transmitter implementing the AIFB publish the pressure
value, then the PID FB implemented in the valve, subscribe this value from the bus in order to
be used as input for the PIDFB. In the same way the exchange of values between the PIDFB
and the AOFB occurs but without communications on the bus, because the two Blocks are
inside the same device.
Absolute Link Schedule Start Time
DL Offset = 0 for
AI execution
Sequence Repeats
Device 1
Macrocycle
HD
AI
AI
RE
V
DL Offset = 20 for
AI communication
LAS
Macrocycle
Unscheduled
communication
permitted
DL Offset = 30 for
PID execution
DL Offset = 50 for
AO execution
Device 1
Macrocycle
PID AO
0
20
40
60
PID AO
80
100
LAS Schedule duration
120
20
40
60
80
100
120
LAS Schedule duration
M00510
Fig. 8:
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Macro-cycle example
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FOUNDATION Fieldbus Overview
In the Fig. 8 is represented the macro cycle of the above loop. The LAS functionality inside the
controller provides to handle the loop, and the macro-cycle is the temporary representation of
how, function blocks and communications, are scheduled. From the instant 0 to 20 the AIFB is
executed, in the period from 20 to 30 the LAS provide to schedule the AIFB output. The
Pressure Transmitter provides to publish the pressure value, the PIDFB subscribes this value.
Then the PIDFB is executed from the instant 30 to 40 and at the end, the PIDFB output is
scheduled and goes in input to the AOFB without communications because the two Function
blocks reside inside the same device.
The unscheduled communications are always active unless during the period between 20 - 30
when the pressure value is published on the bus.
The LAS functionality handling the control loops, is also available inside the models
265 / 267 / 269 FF Revision 1. Referring to the Fig. 9, whenever failure of the controller occurs,
and the LAS1 stops its execution, the 2600T previously set as back-up LAS2 take care of the
loop maintaining alive the Fieldbus executing the same macro cycle that was active before of
the controller failure.
Important
When more than 1 field device is configured as LAS Backup, the one with lower Node Address
has high priority for assuming the control when the Primary LAS fails.
Control SystemNetwork
LAS
?x
1
Controller
IEC 1158-2 with 21.25 Kbits/s
H1
?x
+
LAS 2
LAS
Pressure Tx
Valve
Termination
LAS
Pressure Tx
M00511
Fig. 9:
Back-up LAS diagram
Further and detailed descriptions about the FOUNDATION Fieldbus concepts refers to the
“Technical Overview'” document FD-043 available on the Fieldbus Foundation website
(www.fieldbus.org).
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Initialisation
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Initialisation
At the power up, the 2600T FF executes some internal self-tests. Both the Hardware and the
memory contents are checked before to start the normal operations.
By default, the Function Blocks of the 2600T FF are not running, until a FB application is not
downloaded into the transmitter.
After the Function Block has been successfully downloaded into the transmitter, the FB´s start
to be scheduled producing an output value to be used for the Process Control.
By default the 2600T starts according to the following table
Channel 1
Pressure transducer:
PRIMARY_VALUE
265G/A
265D
267J / 269J
267C / 269C
Analog
Analog
Analog
Analog
Input1
Input1
Input1
Input1
-
-
-
-
Analog
Analog
Analog
Input 2
Input 2
Input 2
Analog
Analog
Input 3
Input 3
Channel 2
Pressure transducer:
SECONDARY_VALUE
Sensor temperature
Channel 3
Pressure transducer:
STATIC_PRESSURE
-
Channel 4
Temperature
transducer:
PRIMARY_VALUE
-
-
-
-
-
OUT_MASS_FLOW
-
-
-
OUT_VOL_FLOW
Channel 1001 (fixed)
Multivariable:
OUT_MASS_FLOW
Channel 1002 (fixed)
Multivariable:
OUT_VOL_FLOW
Important
Two output values (e.g. PRIMARY_VALUE and SECONDARY_VALUE) must always have
different channel numbers.
The Temperature Transducer Block only exists in 2600T – 267J / C, 269J / C transmitters and
the Multivariable Function Block only exists in 267C, 269C transmitters. The outputs for mass
and volume flow are dedicated to the Multi Variable Function. These outputs can also be given
to an Analog Input with choosing the channel 1001 or 1002.
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Device Addressing
A
9
Device Addressing
When the models 265 / 267 / 269 FF Transmitter are connected on a FF bus, the Master has to
recognize them with a unique address in the world. For this reason, the FF specifications define
three different addressing levels that characterize the FF devices:
-
The DEV_ID is the unique device identifier.
-
The PD_TAG is the physical name of the device.
-
The Node Address is the real node at which the device is connected on the bus. It is
automatically set by the Master (Primary LAS).
The most important one with the higher priority is the DEV_ID. This is a string of 32 characters
and must identify in a unique way each FF device in the world.
In order to fulfil this requirement the models 265 / 267 / 269 FF applies the following
mechanism:
-
The first part of the string is of 10 characters, the Manufacturer Code "000320" and Device
Type code "0089" for 265, "008A" for 267 / 269.
-
The second part of the string is of 12 characters and represent the device type identification;
"_2600T_TO___" for 265, "_2600T_MV___" for 267 / 269.
-
The third part of the string is of 10 characters and is filled with the
TB_SENSOR_SERIAL_NUMBER read from the transducer database. This number is written
at factory configuration stage and it is assigned in a well defined way just to be sure to have
always different numbers.
Finally, the DEV_ID appears of 32 characters in this way
“0003200089_2600T_TO___xxxxxxxxxx”, where the entire “x” represents the Serial number.
Whenever an electronics replacement after an electronics failure is necessary, appear clear that
the device will be recognized on the network as before of the replacement. This is possible
because the transducer, which includes the serial number, remains unchanged and the DEV_ID
will be maintained the same as before of the failure.
24
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
K
10 Device Configuration
10.1 Device Description
The models 265 / 267 / 269 FF Pressure Transmitter offers a set of variables available trough
the FF communication. The Master for configuration and maintenance purposes can access the
variables with Read and Write operations each addressed by an Index number. The FF Profile
Standard defines the relative index of each variable, but the Start Index of each block is
Manufacturer specific.
22
22
22
M00512
Fig. 10: Device names
In order to allow a full visibility and support of the variables mapped inside the models
265 / 267 / 269 transmitter, it is necessary to import in the Master configuration system the
DD files (.sym, and .ffo). These files together with the Capability file (.cff) are available from the
ABB Instrumentation SpA or directly from the website www.abb.com.
These registered files have the following names:
-
0201.sym as DD symbol file
-
0201.ffo
-
020101.cff as Capability file
The lists of the variables available on the FF communication are reported in the following tables
with the relevant block where:
IDX → Relative Index of the Variable
PC → Access Type for the variables
Important
Some variables can be changed only if the relevant block is in Out of Service.
The RB the AIFB and the PIDFB are implemented in accordance with the Function Block Part 2
specification Document, the TB is a manufacturer specific implementation.
For details about the meaning of each single variable refer at the FF Function Block
Part 2 (Ref. 1), and at the Transducer Block Application Process Part 2 (Ref. 2).
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
25
Device Configuration
10.2 Resource Block
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
0
BLOCK_OBJ
62
mix.
In the Block Object data structure, there are different items
describing the block characteristics. Execution period, Number
of parameters in the block, the DD Revision, Profile Revision,
View Objects characteristics and so on.
1
ST_REV
2
R
The revision level of the Static data associated with the
Function Block. The revision level is incremented each time a
static parameter value in the block is changed.
2
TAG_DESC
32
R/W
The user description of the intended application of the block.
3
STRATEGY
2
R/W
The strategy field can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
This data is not checked or processed by the block.
4
ALERT_KEY
1
R/W
The identification number of the plant unit. This information
may be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc.
5
MODE_BLK
1
R/W
Target - The selected mode from the operator.
1
R
1
R/W
Permitted - Allowed modes that the target may take on.
1
R/W
Normal - The common mode for the Actual.
Actual - The mode the block is currently in.
6
BLOCK_ERR
2
R
This parameter reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block. It is
a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown.
7
RS_TSATE
1
R
State machine of the function block application.
8
TEST_RW
112
R/W
9
DD_RESOURCE
32
R
String identifying the tag of the resource, which contains the
Device Description for this resource.
10
MANUFAC_IDF
4
R
Manufacturer Identification number - used by an interface
device to locate the DD file for the resource. 000320 hex for
ABB
11
DEV_TYPE
2
R
Manufacturer's model number associated with the resource used by interface devices to locate the DD file for the resource.
12
DEV_REV
1
R
Manufacturer's revision number associated with the resource used by interface devices to locate the DD file for the resource.
13
DD_REV
1
R
Revision of the DD associated with the resource - used by
interface devices to locate the DD file for the resource.
26
Read/Write test parameter - used only for conformance testing.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
14
GRANT_DENY
Byte
PC
Description
1
R/W
Grant
1
R/W
Deny
15
HARD_TYPES
2
R
16
RESTART
1
R/W
The type of Hardware available as channel numbers. For the
2600T – 265 / 267 / 269 this is limited to Scalar Inputs
(i.e. Analog Input).
Allows a manual restart to be initiated. More restart are
possible, they are:
1. Run - Normal state when running
2. Restart Resource
3. Restart with Default - Set the parameters to INITIAL
VALUES.
4. Restart Processor - perform a warm start-up
5. Reset to Factory Sensor Trimming - Re-load the original
Factory Calibration
17
FEATURES
2
R
18
FEATURES_SEL
2
R/W
19
CYCLE_TYPE
2
R
20
CYCLE_SEL
2
R/W
Used to show supported resource block options.
Used to select resource block options.
Identifies the block execution methods for this resource.
Used to select the block execution methods for this resource.
The 2600T – 265 / 267 / 269 supports the following:
-
Scheduled: Blocks are executed depending by the function
block schedule.
-
Block execution: A block may be executed by linking to
another block completion.
21
MIN_CYCLE_T
4
R
Time duration of the shorted cycle interval of which the
resource is capable.
22
MEMORY_SIZE
2
R
Available configuration memory in the empty resource. To be
checked before attempting a download.
23
NV_CYCLE_TIME
4
R
Minimum time interval for writing copies of NV parameters to
non-volatile memory. Zero means it will be never automatically
copied.
24
FREE_SPACE
4
R
Percent of memory available for further configuration. Zero in a
preconfigured device.
25
FREE_TIME
4
R
Percent of the block processing time that is free to process
additional blocks.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
27
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
26
SHED_RCAS
4
R/W
Time duration at which to give up on computer writes to
function block Rcas locations. Shed from Rcas shall never
happen when Shed_Rcas = 0.
27
SHED_ROUT
4
R/W
Time duration at which to give up on computer writes to
function block Rout locations. Shed from Rout shall never
happen when Shed_Rout = 0.
28
FAULT_STATE
!
R
29
SET_FSTATE
1
R/W
Set Fault State
30
CLR_FSTATE
1
R/W
Clear Fault State
31
MAX_NOTIFY
1
R
Maximum number of unconfirmed alert notify messages
possible.
32
LIM_NOTIFY
1
R/W
Maximum number of unconfirmed alert notify messages
allowed.
33
CONFIRM_TIME
4
R/W
The minimum time between retries of alert report. Retries shall
not happen when Confirm_Time = 0.
34
WRITE_LOCK
1
R/W
If set, no writes from anywhere are allowed except to clear
Write_Lock. Block inputs will continue to be updated.
35
UPDATE_EVT
36
28
Fault State
This alert is generated by any change to the static data.
1
R/W
1
R
Update State:
8
R
Time Stamp: The date and time of when the alert was
generated.
2
R
Static Revision: The number of the last increment generating
the alert.
2
R
Relative Index: The index of the changed variable generating
the alert.
BLOCK_ALM
Unacknowledged:
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware,
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the subcode field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported
without clearing the Active Status, if the subcode has changed:
1
R/W
Unacknowledged:
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp: The date and time of when the alert was
generated.
2
R
Subcode: Cause of the alert
1
R
Value: The value generating the alert.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
37
ALARM_SUM
Byte
PC
Description
The alert status associated to the function block.
2
R
Current
2
R
Unacknowledged:
2
R
Unreported
2
R/W
Disabled
38
ACK_OPTION
2
R/W
Selection of whether alarms associated the function block will
be automatically acknowledged.
39
WRITE_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of the alarm generated by clearing the write_lock:
40
WRITE_ALM
This alert is generated if the write_lock parameter is cleared
1
R
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp: The date and time of when the alert was
generated.
2
R
Subcode
1
R
Value
41
ITK_VER
2
R
Major revision number of the Interoperability test case used in
certifying this device as interoperable.
42
SOFTWARE_
18
R
Only for internal use
SPECIFICS
43
DEVICE_ID_NO
16
R
Device serial number
44
DEVICE_
32
R
Device Certification
1
R/W
CERTIFICATION
45
METER_OPTION
Value for LCD
1: OUT_AIDP
2: PERCENT
4: MASS_FLOW
5: VOL_FLOW
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
29
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
46
DIAGNOSIS
Byte
PC
4
R
Description
Diagnosis Data:
0x00000001: Hardware failure.
0x00000010: Memory failure.
0x00000020: A-D converter failure.
0x00001000: Coldstart, Device starts after power on.
47
DIAGNOSIS_
EXTENSION1
4
R
Additional Diagnosis Data 1:
0x00000001: Communication error with electronic eeprom.
0x00000002: Communication error with sensor eeprom.
0x00000004: Max. writes cycles of electronic eeprom reached.
0x00000008: Max. writes cycles of sensor eeprom reached.
0x00000010: Electronic data error.
0x00000020: Sensor data error.
0x00000040: User data error.
0x00000080: Factory reset data error.
0x00000100: Fieldbus user data error.
0x00000200: Burn eeprom data.
0x00000400: Fieldbus factory reset data error.
0x00001000: Device is busy.
0x00002000: Cyclic eeprom data error.
0x00004000: Cyclic eeprom data error.
0x00008000: Cyclic eeprom data error.
0x00010000: Rom error.
0x00020000: CPU ram error.
0x00040000: External ram error.
0x00100000: Communication timeout.
0x00200000: Device malfunction.
30
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
48
DIAGNOSIS_
Byte
PC
2
R
EXTENSION2
Description
Additional Diagnosis Data 2:
0x0001: Differential pressure is out of range.
0x0002: Pressure is out of range.
0x0004: Temperature is out of range.
0x0010: Temperature is out of limits.
0x0020: Temperature is out of range.
0x1000: Main pressure is out of limits.
0x2000: Main pressure is out of range.
0x4000: Sensor temperature is out of limits.
0x8000: Static pressure is out of limits.
49
DEVICE_MESSAGE
32
R/W
User specific message
50
DEVICE_INSTAL_
16
R/W
Device install date
1
R
Hardware-Revision.
RB_RESERVED_1
1
R
Only for internal use
RB_RESERVED_2
16
R
Only for internal use
RB_RESERVED_3
16
R
Manufacturer specific device type description
RB_RESERVED_4
32
R
Only for internal use
RB_RESERVED_5
2
R
Only for internal use
RB_RESERVED_6
1
R
Only for internal use
DATE
51
HARDWARE_
REVISION
52
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
31
Device Configuration
10.3 Analog Input Function Block
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
0
BLOCK_OBJ
62
mix.
In the Block Object data structure, there are different items
describing the block characteristics. Execution period, Number
of parameters in the block, the DD Revision, Profile Revision,
View Objects characteristics and so on.
1
ST_REV
2
R
The revision level of the Static data associated with the
Function Block. The revision level is incremented each time a
static parameter value in the block is changed.
2
TAG_DESC
32
R/W
The user description of the intended application of the block.
3
STRATEGY
2
R/W
The strategy field can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
This data is not checked or processed by the block.
4
ALERT_KEY
1
R/W
The identification number of the plant unit. This information
may be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc.
5
MODE_BLK
1
R/W
Target - The selected mode from the operator.
1
R
1
R/W
Permitted - Allowed modes that the target may take on.
1
R/W
Normal - The common mode for the Actual.
Actual - The mode the block is currently in.
6
BLOCK_ERR
2
R
This parameter reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block. It is
a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown.
7
PV
4
R
The process variable used in block execution, expressed in
XD_SCALE unit Code.
1
R
The process variable status
4
R
The block output value calculated as a result of the block
execution, expressed in OUT_SCALE unit code
8
OUT
Only when the function block is in Manual MODE this
variable can be written
9
32
SIMULATE
1
R
The block output status
1
R/W
Simulate Transducer Status
4
R/W
Simulate Transducer Value
1
R
Simulate Transducer Status
4
R
Simulate Transducer Value
1
R/W
Simulation Enable/Disable bit
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
10
Byte
PC
Description
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal Point
All the values are associated with the channel
input value.
Code for Pressure
1130 pascal
1145 Kilograms / centimeter2
1131 gigapascal
1146 inches H2O (20 deg. C)
1132 Megapascal
1147 inches H2O (4 deg. C)
1133 Kilopascal
1148 inches H2O (68 deg. F)
1134 Millipascal
1149 mm H2O (20 deg. C)
1135 Micropascal
1150 mm H2O (4 deg. C)
1136 Hectopascal
1151 mm H2O (68 deg. F)
1137 bar
1152 feet H2O (20 deg. C)
1138 millibar
1153 feet H2O (4 deg. C)
1139 Torr (0 deg. C)
1154 feet H2O (68 deg. F)
1140 Atmosphere ’
1155 inches Hg
1141 Psi
1156 inches Hg (0 deg. C)
1142 Psia
1157 mm Hg
1143 Psig
1158 mm Hg (0 deg. C)
1130 grams / centimeter2
Code for Level
1010 meters
1011 angstrom
1011 Km
1012 feet
1012 cm
1013 inches
1013 mm
1014 yard
1014 micron
1015 mile
1015 nm
1016 naut.mile
1010 pm
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
33
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
Code for Flow
34
1347 cubic meters per sec
1361 Std.Cubic feet per day
1348 cubic meters per min
1362 Gallons per sec
1349 cubic meters per hour
1363 Gallons per min
1350 cubic meters per day
1364 Gallons per hour
1351 liters per sec
1365 Gallons per day
1352 liters per min
1366 Megagallons per day
1353 liters per hour
1367 Imperial gallons per sec
1354 liters per day
1368 Imperial gallons per min
1355 Megaliters per day
1369 Imperial gallons per hour
1356 Cubic feet per sec
1370 Imperial gallons per day
1357 Cubic feet per min
1371 barrel per sec
1358 Cubic feet per hour
1372 barrel per min
1359 Cubic feet per day
1373 barrel per hour
1360 Std.Cubic feet per hour
1374 barrel per day
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
Code for Volume
11
12
OUT_SCALE
GRANT_DENY
1034 cubic meters
1034 cubic yard
1035 cubic decimeters
1035 cubic mile
1036 cubic centimeters
1036 pint
1037 cubic millimeters
1037 quart’
1038 liters
1038 gallons
1039 centiliters
1039 imp.gallons
1040 milliliters
1040 bushel
1041 hectoliters
1041 barrel
1042 cubic inch
1042 barrel liq.
1043 cubic feet
1043 Standard cubic foot
4
R/W
High Range
All the values are associated with the OUT.
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
All the units´ code specified by the FF is
available for this Scaling.
1
R/W
Decimal Point
1
R/W
Grant
1
R/W
Deny
Refer to the FF specs (Ref. 2) for the
complete set of available unit code
13
IO_OPTS
2
R/W
Option which the user can select to alter Input and Output
block processing. Only the Low cut-off can be enabled /
disabled
14
STATUS_OPTS
2
R/W
Option which the user can select block processing of status.
The available selections are:
-
Propagate Fault Forward
-
Uncertain if Limited
-
BAD if Limited
-
Uncertain if MAN Mode
15
CHANNEL
2
R/W
The CHANNEL value is used to select the measurement value
from the I/O block. Refer to the TABLE B of this Manual for
understand how the CHANNEL can be selected.
16
L_TYPE
1
R/W
Linearization Type. The selectable types are:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
-
Direct
-
Indirect
-
Indirect Square Root
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
35
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
17
LOW_CUT
Byte
PC
Description
4
R/W
Limit used in square root processing. A value of zero percent
of scale is used in block processing if the transducer falls
below this limit, in % of scale.
The features may be used to eliminate noise near zero for a
flow sensor.
18
PV_FTIME
4
R/W
Time constant of a single exponential filter for the PV,
expressed in seconds.
This is the time necessary for reach the 63 % of the variation in
input
19
20
FIELD_VAL
4
R
The percent of the value from the Transducer block or from the
simulation value, when enabled, before the characterisation
(L_TYPE) and Filtering (PV_FTIME).
1
R
Field Value Status
UPDATE_EVT
This alert is generated by any change to the static data.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Update State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
21
2
R
Static Revision
2
R
Relative Index
BLOCK_ALM
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware,
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the subcode field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported
without clearing the Active Status, if the subcode has changed.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
36
2
R
Subcode
1
R
Value
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
22
ALARM_SUM
Byte
PC
Description
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware,
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the subcode field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported
without clearing the Active Status, if the subcode has changed:
2
R
Current
2
R
Unacknowledged
2
R
Unreported
2
R/W
Disabled
23
ACK_OPTION
2
Used to set auto acknowledgment of the alarms.
24
ALARM_HYS
4
Amount the PV must return within the alarm limit before the
alarm condition clears. Alarm Hysteresis is expressed as
percent of the OUT_SCALE span.
25
HI_HI_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of the High High Alarm
26
HI_HI_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the High High Limit producing the High High
Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code
27
HI_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of the High Alarm
28
HI_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the High Limit producing the High Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code
29
LO_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of the Low Alarm
30
LO_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the Low Limit producing the Low Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
31
LO_LO_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of the Low Low Alarm
32
LO_LO_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the Low Low Limit producing the Low Low
Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
37
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
33
HI_HI_ALM
Byte
PC
Description
The HI HI Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
34
HI_ALM
The HI Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
35
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value: The date and time of when the alert was generated.
LO_ALM
The Lo Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
36
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value: The date and time of when the alert was generated.
LO_LO_ALM
The Lo Lo Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
38
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
10.4 Pressure Transducer Block
The modification of the flow configuration with 267C / 269C transmitters is only possible with the
“Device Management Application” (DMA). In this reason, have parameters with influence to the
flow calculation with 267C / 269C transmitters different from this table a read only attribute.
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
0
BLOCK_OBJ
62
mix.
In the Block Object data structure, there are different items
describing the block characteristics. Execution period, Number
of parameters in the block, the DD Revision, Profile Revision,
View Objects characteristics and so on.
1
ST_REV
2
R
The revision level of the Static data associated with the
Function Block. The revision level is incremented each time a
static parameter value in the block is changed.
2
TAG_DESC
32
R/W
The user description of the intended application of the block.
3
STRATEGY
2
R/W
The strategy field can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
This data is not checked or processed by the block.
4
ALERT_KEY
1
R/W
The identification number of the plant unit. This information
may be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc.
5
MODE_BLK
1
R/W
Target - The selected mode from the operator.
1
R
1
R/W
Permitted - Allowed modes that the target may take on.
1
R/W
Normal - The common mode for the Actual.
2
R
6
BLOCK_ERR
7
UPDATE_EVT
Actual - The mode the block is currently in.
This parameter reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block. It is
a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown.
This alert is generated by any change to the static data.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Update State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
2
R
Static Revision
2
R
Relative Index
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
39
Device Configuration
Idx
8
Name
Byte
PC
BLOCK_ALM
Description
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware, and
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the sub-code field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported
without clearing the Active Status, if the sub-code has
changed.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Sub-code
1
R
Value
9
TRANSDUCER_
DIRECTORY
4
R
Directory that specifies the number and starting indices of the
transducers in the transducer block.
10
TRANSDUCER_
TYPE
2
R
Identifies the transducer type.
11
XD_ERROR
1
R
Transducer block error sub-code
12
COLLECTION_
DIRECTORY
36
R
Directory that specifies the number, starting indices, and the
DD items IDs of the data collections in each transducer within
a transducer block.
13
PRIMARY_VALUE_
TYPE
2
R
Type of measurement representing the primary value.
For the 2600T FF it is 100 = Standard Pressure with
calibration.
The default measurement type is Differential Pressure.
100 Mass Flow
109 Absolute Pressure
101 Volumetric Flow
110 Level
107 Differential Pressure
200 Volume
108 Gauge Pressure
40
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
14
PRIMARY_VALUE
15
PRIMARY_VALUE_
RANGE
Byte
PC
Description
4
R
This is the output value from the TB and input for the AIFB
when CHANNEL = 1. It is always represented in the
PRIMARY_VALUE_RANGE Unit-Index.
1
R
This is the output status from the TB.
4
R
High Range
4
R
Low Range
2
R
Unit Index
1
R
Decimal point
All the values are associated with the
PRIMARY_VALUE.This record is read only
and it is always a copy of the XD_SCALE of
the AIFB having the Channel = 1.
Whenever writing on XD_SCALE of the
AIFB with CHANNEL = 1 are performed,
the PRIMARY_VALUE_RANGE is updated
in the same way. The usable units´ code is
the same of the XD_SCALE in the Analog
Input Function Block.
16
CAL_POINT-_HI
4
R/W
The Highest calibrated value
17
CAL_POINT-_LO
4
R/W
The lowest calibrated value
18
CAL_MIN_SPAN
4
R
19
CAL_UNIT
2
R/W
The minimum span to be used between the calibrations points,
high and low.
Calibration Unit. Only Pressure Units are allowed. See in the
Analog Input Function
Block Table the XD_SCALE Unit Code the allowed
Code for Pressure.
20
SENSOR_TYPE
2
R/W
Type of sensor.
The 2600T is -121 - Pressure sensor unknown.
21
SENSOR_RANGE
4
R
High Range
All the values represent the physical sensor
limits. See in the Analog Input Function
Block Table the XD_SCALE Unit Code the
allowed Code for Pressure.
4
R
Low Range
2
R
Unit Index
1
R
Decimal point
Serial Number of the sensor
22
SENSOR_SN
32
R
23
SENSOR_CAL_
METHOD
1
R/W
Calibration Method
24
SENS_CAL_LOC
32
R/W
The last location of the sensor Calibration.
25
SENS_CAL_DATE
7
R/W
The last date on which the calibration was performed.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
41
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
26
SENS_CAL_WHO
32
R/W
The name of the person responsible of the last sensor
calibration.
27
SENS_ISOL_MTL
2
R
Type of materials for sensor isolator:
3 Hastelloy C
19
AISI 316L Stainless
Steel
136
Monel Gold Plated
4 Monel
5 Tantalum
28
29
30
SENSOR_FILL_
FLUID
SECONDARY_
VALUE_1
SECONDARY_
VALUE_UNIT_1
2
R
Type of Fill Fluid used in the sensor:
1 Silicone Oil
3 Fluorcarbon
2 Fluorcarbon
7 With Oil (FDA)
4
R
This is the Sensor temperature value to be linked in input to
the AIFB when the CHANNEL = 2 is selected. It is expressed
in SECONDARY_VALUE_UNIT_1
1
R
This is the Sensor temperature Status.
2
R/W
Sensor Temperature Unit. The allowed units are:
1000
Kelvin
1002 Fahrenheit Degree
1001
Celsius Degree
1003 Rankine Degree
31
ZERO_POINT_
CORRECTION
1
R/W
The sensor oblique will be corrected with writing of the value 2.
The process connection must be pressure free.
32
MODUL_TYPE
2
R
Type of pressure sensor.
33
STATIC_
PRESSURE_
4
R
Static pressure sensor range for differential pressure sensor.
1
R
Rated pressure, max. operating pressure.
SENSOR_RANGE
34
RATED_PRESSURE
2 PN6
12 PN160
6 PN100
15 PN41
7 PN250
35
PROCESS_
CONNECTION_
O_RING_MTL
2
R/W
Type of materials for the O-ring:
12 Buna
133 Perfluoro elastomer
11 Viton
138 EPDM
251 None
42
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
36
PROCESS_
CONNECTION_
TYPE
Byte
PC
Description
2
R/W
Type of Process connection:
1 Flange and 1/4-18 NPT.
2 DIN 19213 and 1/4-18
NPT.
3 DIN 16288 B-G 1/2A (R
1/2").
37
PROCESS_
CONNECTION_
2
R/W
MATERIAL
4 DIN 16288 Form D-G
1/2A.
5 NPT 1/2" external thread.
6 NPT 1/2" internal thread.
7 NPT 1/4" internal thread.
Material of the process connection:
2 Stainless Steel 316
4
Monel
3 Hastelloy C
19
Stainless Steel 316L
137 PVDF
38
DRAIN_VENT_
PLUG_MATERIAL
2
R/W
Material of the drain vent plug:
3 Hastelloy C
4 Monel
28 Stainless Steel 316 Ti
39
REMOTE_SEAL_
TYPE
1
R/W
Type of remote seal:
1 Flat diaphragm DN25
10 Tube ANSI 3 in
2 Flat diaphragm ANSI 1 in
11 In-line RS
DN25 / ANSI 1 in
3 Flat diaphragm DN50
4 Flat diaphragm ANSI 2 in
5 Flat diaphragm DN80
6 Flat diaphragm ANSI 3 in
7 Tube DN50
8 Tube ANSI 2 in
9 Tube DN80
12 In-line RS
DN40 / ANSI 1,5 in
13 In-line RS
DN50 / ANSI 2 in
14 In-line RS
DN80 / ANSI 3 in
15 RS with grooved union nut
DN50
16 RS with clamp connect.
ANSI 2 in
17 Miniature RS G 1 A
18 Miniature RS G 1/2 A
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
43
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
40
NUMBER_
REMOTE_SEAL
Byte
PC
Description
1
R/W
Number of remote seals:
1 One Seal
251
None
2 Two Seals
41
42
REMOTE_SEAL_
FILL_FLUID
REMOTE_SEAL_
ISOLATOR_
2
2
R/W
R/W
Fill fluid of remote seal:
1 Silicon oil
5 Vegetable oil
2 Fluorcarbon
6 Mineral oil
3 Distilled water
7 White oil
4 High temperature oil
8 Fill fluid FDA certified
Type of materials for RS isolator:
3 Hastelloy C
MATERIAL
4 Monel
5 Tantalum
19 AISI 316L, Stainless Steel
43
SECONDARY_
VALUE_TRIM_
4
R/W
Trim value for pressure sensor temperature.
VALUE
44
44
SECONDARY_
VALUE_HI_LIM
4
R
Maximum limit for trim value for pressure sensor temperature.
45
SECONDARY_
VALUE_LO_LIM
4
R
Minimum limit for trim value for pressure sensor temperature.
46
STATIC_PRESS_
PRIMARY_VALUE_
TYPE
2
R/W
47
STATIC_
PRESSURE_VAL
4
R
Value of static pressure measurement.
1
R
Status of static pressure measurement.
The primary value type for static pressure is always 109:
Absolute Pressure
48
STATIC_
PRESSURE_CAL_
POINT_HI
4
R/W
Upper calibration point for static pressure.
49
STATIC_
PRESSURE_CAL_
POINT_LO
4
R/W
Lower calibration point for static pressure.
50
STATIC_
PRESSURE_CAL_
MIN_SPAN
4
R
Minimal span for static pressure calibration.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
51
LIN_TYPE
Byte
PC
Description
1
R/W
Linearization type:
2 Linear
240 Linearization curve
3 Square root
241 Spherical tank
4 Square root to the third
power
242 Cylindric lying tank
5 Square root to the fifth
power
52
SCALE_IN_RANGE
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal point
All the values represent the input scaling.
See also 8.4. Only Pressure unit code is
usable. See in the Analog Input Function
Block Table the XD_SCALE Unit Code the
allowed Code for Pressure.
53
SET_UPPER_
RANGE
1
R/W
The upper range value will be set with writing of the value 2.
54
SET_LOWER_
RANGE
1
R/W
The lower range value will be set with writing of the value 2.
55
STATIC_
PRESSURE_
RANGE
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal point
4
R/W
Limit used in square root processing. A value of zero percent
of scale is used in block processing if the transducer falls
below this limit, in % of input scale. The features may be used
to eliminate noise near zero for a flow sensor.
R/W
Limit used in square root processing. Starting from the
LOW_FLOW_CUT_OFF value a linear part is applied before to
apply the square root function.
56
LOW_FLOW_CUT_
OFF
57
FLOW_LIN_SQRT_
POINT
All the values represent the input scaling.
See also 8.4. Only Pressure unit code are
usable See in the Analog Input Function
Block Table the XD_SCALE Unit Code the
allowed Code for Pressure.
The FLOW_LIN_SQRT_POINT is effect less if the value is set
lower then the LOW_FLOW_CUT_OFF.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
45
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
58
TAB_OP_CODE
1
58
Modification type for linearization curve.
59
TAB_STATUS
1
59
Status for values of linearization curve.
60
TAB_ACTUAL_NUM
BER
1
60
Actual number of X / Y values for linearization curve.
61
TAB_X_Y_VALUE_A
4
X / Y values from number 1 to 11.
62
TAB_X_Y_VALUE_B
4
X / Y values from number 12 to 12.
63
MAX_SENSOR_
VALUE
4
MIN_SENSOR_
VALUE
4
MAX_SECONDARY
_VALUE
4
MIN_SECONDARY_
VALUE
4
MAX_STATIC_
PRESSURE
4
MIN_STATIC_
PRESSURE
4
LOWER_SENSOR_
FAILURE
1
64
65
66
67
68
69
R/W
Drag indicator for maximum pressure value.
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Drag indicator for minimum pressure value.
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Drag indicator for maximum pressure sensor temperature.
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Drag indicator for minimum pressure sensor temperature.
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Drag indicator for maximum static pressure value.
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Drag indicator for minimum static pressure value.
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Counter for how often the pressure falls below the lower
sensor limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
70
UPPER_SENSOR_
FAILURE
1
R/W
Counter for how often the pressure exceeds the upper sensor
limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
71
LOWER_RANGE_
FAILURE
1
R/W
Counter for how often the pressure falls below the lower range
limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
46
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
72
UPPER_RANGE_
FAILURE
Byte
PC
Description
1
R/W
Counter for how often the pressure exceeds the upper range
limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
73
LOWER_
SECONDARY_
1
R/W
VALUE_FAILURE
74
75
Counter for how often the pressure sensor temperature falls
below the lower limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
UPPER_
SECONDARY_
VALUE_FAILURE
1
LOWER_STATIC_
PRESS_FAILURE
1
R/W
Counter for how often the pressure sensor temperature
exceeds the upper limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
R/W
Counter for how often the static pressure falls below the lower
sensor limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
76
UPPER_STATIC_
PRESS_FAILURE
1
R/W
Counter for how often the static pressure exceeds the upper
sensor limit.
The counter will be reset by writing any value.
77
PTRB_CHANNEL_
MAP
2
R/W
This parameter is for the correlation of channels in a device to
channels as defined for a plant or process area.
78
THRESHOLD_
TIME_ADC
1
R/W
Time for A/D conversion of the primary value in 10 ms tics. The
TIME_CONST_P_ADC will be deactivated if the primary value
exceeds for longer as the THRESHOLD_TIME_ADC and more
as the THRESHOLD_VAL_ADC the actual output of the
A/D converter.
79
THRESHOLD_
VAL_ADC
4
R/W
Threshold value for A/D conversion as percent of the primary
value. The TIME_CONST_P_ADC will be deactivated if the
primary value exceeds for longer as the
THRESHOLD_TIME_ADC and more as the
THRESHOLD_VAL_ADC the actual output of the
A/D converter.
80
TIME_CONST_
P_ADC
4
R/W
Time constant for the static pressure A/D conversion lower or
equal then 1.
The time constant is zero with value of 1.
81
TIME_CONST_
T_ADC
4
R/W
Time constant for sensor temperature A/D conversion lower or
equal then 1.
The time constant is zero with value of 1.
82
MEAS_
INTEGRATION_
1
R/W
TIME_ADC
Integration time for primary value (pressure) A/D conversion in
100 ms tics.
Range 0 … 13.
83
SECONDARY_
VALUE_1
4
R
Only for internal use.
84
PERCENT_RANGE
4
R
Only for internal use.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
47
Device Configuration
10.5 PID Function Block
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
0
BLOCK_OBJ
62
mix.
In the Block Object data structure, there are different items
describing the block characteristics. Execution period, Number
of parameters in the block, the DD Revision, Profile Revision,
View Objects characteristics and so on.
1
ST_REV
2
R
The revision level of the Static data associated with the
Function Block. The revision level is incremented each time a
static parameter value in the block is changed.
2
TAG_DESC
32
R/W
The user description of the intended application of the block.
3
STRATEGY
2
R/W
The strategy field can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
This data is not checked or processed by the block.
4
ALERT_KEY
1
R/W
The identification number of the plant unit. This information
may be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc.
5
MODE_BLK
1
R/W
Target - The selected mode from the operator.
1
R
1
R/W
Permitted - Allowed modes that the target may take on.
1
R/W
Normal - The common mode for the Actual.
Actual - The mode the block is currently in.
6
BLOCK_ERR
2
R
This parameter reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block. It is
a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown.
7
PV
4
R
The process variable used in block execution, expressed in
PV_SCALE Unit Code
1
R
The process variable status.
4
R/W
The analog Set Point value of this block, expressed in
PV_SCALE Unit Code.
1
R/W
The analog Set Point status of this block.
4
R
8
9
SP
OUT
The block output value calculated as a result of the block
execution, expressed in OUT_SCALE unit code.
Only when the function block is in Manual MODE this variable
can be written.
1
48
R
The block output status
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
10
11
12
13
14
15
Name
PV_SCALE
OUT_SCALE
GRANT_DENY
CONTROL_OPTS
STATUS_OPTS
IN
Byte
PC
Description
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal point
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal point
1
R/W
Grant
1
R/W
Deny
2
R/W
Options the user may select to alter the calculation done in a
control loop. The supported actions in the 2600T are:
2
R/W
All the values are associated with the PV.
All the values are associated with the
OUT.
-
Bypass enabled
-
Direct acting
-
SP-PV track in MAN
-
Track enable
-
SP-PV track in Rout
-
Track in Manual
-
SP-PV track in LO or
IMAN
-
Use PV for BKCAL_OUT
-
No out limits in Manual
-
SP track retained target
Options the user can select for block processing of status.
They are:
-
Initiate Fault Sate if BAD
IN
-
Initiate Fault Sate if BAD
CAS_IN
-
Use Uncertain as Good
-
Target to Manual if BAD IN
-
Target AUTO if BAD
CAS_IN
4
R/W
The Primary Input Value for the block coming from another
block, expressed in PV_SCALE Unit Code.
1
R/W
The Primary Input Status.
16
PV_FTIME
4
R/W
Time constant of a single exponential filter for the PV,
expressed in seconds. This is the time necessary for reach the
63 % of the variation of IN value.
17
BYPASS
1
R/W
The normal control algorithm may be bypassed trough this
parameter. When bypass is set, the set point value (in percent)
will be directly transferred to the output.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
49
Device Configuration
Idx
18
19
Name
CAS_IN
SP_RATE_DN
Byte
PC
Description
4
R/W
Remote set point value from another block. Expressed in
PV_SCALE Unit Code
1
R/W
Remote set point status from another block
4
R/W
Ramp rate for downward SP changes. When the ramp rate is
set to zero the SP is used immediately.
Expressed in PV_SCALE Unit Code per seconds.
20
SP_RATE_UP
4
R/W
Ramp rate for upward SP changes. When the ramp rate is set
to zero the SP is used immediately. Expressed in PV_SCALE
Unit Code per seconds.
21
SP_HI_LIM
4
R/W
The Highest Set Point value allowed.
Expressed in PV_SCALE Unit Code.
22
SP_LO_LIM
4
R/W
The Lowest Set Point value allowed.
Expressed in PV_SCALE Unit Code.
23
GAIN
4
R/W
The proportional gain value.
24
RESET
4
R/W
The integral time constant, in seconds per repeat.
25
BAL_TIME
4
R/W
The specified time for the internal working value of bias to
return to operator set bias.
Also used to specify the time constant at which the integral
term will move to obtain balance when the output is limited and
the mode is AUTO, CAS, or RCAS.
Expressed in seconds.
26
RATE
4
R/W
The derivative action time constant expressed in seconds.
27
BKCAL_IN
4
R/W
The analog input value from another block's BKCAL_OUT
output that is used to prevent reset windup and to initialize the
control loop.
Expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
28
OUT_HI_LIM
1
R/W
Back Calculation Input Status
4
R/W
The max. Output value allowed.
Expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
29
OUT_LO_LIM
4
R/W
The min. Output value allowed.
Expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
30
BKCAL_HYS
4
R
The amount that the output must change away from its output
limit before the limit status is turned off.
Expressed as percent of the OUT_SCALE span.
50
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
31
Name
BKCAL_OUT
Byte
PC
4
R
Description
The value required by an upper block's BKCAL_IN so that the
upper block may prevent reset windup and provide bumpless
transfer to closed control loop.
Expressed in PV_SCALE Unit Code.
32
RCAS_IN
1
R
4
R/W
Back Calculation Status
Target setpoint value provided by a supervisory host. Used
when mode is RCAS.
Expressed in PV_SCALE Unit Code.
33
ROUT_IN
1
R/W
RCAS_IN Status
4
R/W
Target output value provided by a supervisory host. Used
when the mode is ROUT.
Expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
1
R/W
ROUT_IN Status
Define actions to be taken on remote control device timeout.
34
SHED_OPT
1
R/W
35
RCAS_OUT
4
R
Block setpoint Value after ramping - provided by a supervisory
host for back calculations and to allow action to be taken
under limiting conditions or mode change.
Used when mode is RCAS. Expressed in PV_SCALE Unit
Code.
36
ROUT_OUT
1
R
RCAS_OUT Status
4
R
Block output Value provided to a supervisory host for a back
calculation to allow action to be taken under limiting conditions
or mode change. Used when mode is ROUT.
Expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
37
38
TRK_SCALE
TRK_IN_D
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
1
R
ROUT_OUT Status
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal point
2
R/W
Discrete input used to initiate external tracking of the block
output to the value specified by the TRK_VAL.
All the values are associated with the
external tracking value (TRK_VAL).
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
51
Device Configuration
Idx
39
Name
TRK_VAL
Byte
PC
Description
4
R/W
This input is used as tack value when external tracking is
enabled by TRK_IN_D.
Expressed in TRK_SCALE Unit Code.
40
41
FF_VAL
FF_SCALE
42
FF_GAIN
43
UPDATE_EVT
1
R/W
Tracking Status
4
R/W
The Feed-Forward Control Value. Expressed in FF_SCALE
Unit Code.
1
R/W
The Feed-Forward Control Status.
4
R/W
High Range
4
R/W
Low Range
2
R/W
Unit Index
1
R/W
Decimal point
4
R/W
The gain that the feed forward input is multiplied by before it is
added to the calculated control loop.
All the values are associated with the
feed forward value (FF_VAL).
This alert is generated by any change to the static data.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Update State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
44
2
R
Static Revision
2
R
Relative Index
BLOCK_ALM
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware, and
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the sub-code field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported
without clearing the Active Status, if the sub-code has
changed.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
52
2
R
Subcode
1
R
Value
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
45
Name
Byte
PC
ALARM_SUM
Description
The summary alarm is used for all process alarm in the block.
The cause of the alert is entered in the subcode field. The first
alert to become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported
without clearing the Active Status, if the subcode has changed.
1
R/W
Current
1
R
Unacknowledged
8
R
Unreported
2
R
Disabled
46
ACK_OPTION
2
R/W
Used to set auto acknowledgment of the alarms.
47
ALARM_HYS
4
R/W
Amount the PV must return within the alarm limit before the
alarm condition clears.
Alarm Hysteresis is expressed as percent of the OUT_SCALE
span.
48
HI_HI_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of HI_HI_ALM
49
HI_HI_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the High High Limit producing the High High
Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
50
HI_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of HI_ALM
51
HI_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the High Limit producing the High Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
52
LO_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of LO_ALM
53
LO_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the Low Limit producing the Low Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
54
LO_LO_PRI
1
R/W
Priority of LO_LO_ALM
55
LO_LO_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the Low Low Limit producing the Low Low
Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
56
DV_HI_PRI
1
R/W
The Priority of DV_HI_ALM
57
DV_HI_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the Deviation High Limit producing the Deviation
High Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
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Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
53
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
58
DV_LO_PRI
1
R/W
The Priority of DV_LO_ALM
59
DV_LO_LIM
4
R/W
The setting of the Deviation Low Limit producing the Deviation
Low Alarm.
This value is expressed in OUT_SCALE Unit Code.
60
HI_HI_ALM
High High Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
61
HI_ALM
High Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
62
LO_ALM
Low Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
54
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
63
Name
Byte
PC
LO_LO_ALM
Description
Low Low Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
64
DV_HI_ALM
Deviation High Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
65
DV_LO_ALM
Deviation Low Alarm data
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode
4
R
Value:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
66
T1_RATE
4
R/W
Additional T1 time constant for the DT1 part.
67
BETA
4
R/W
Setpoint weight for the P part of the servo PID beta value.
68
GAMMA
4
R/W
The setpoint weight for the D part of the servo
PID gamma value.
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Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
55
Device Configuration
10.6 Temperature Transducer Block (only 267 / 269 transmitters)
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
0
BLOCK_OBJ
62
mix.
In the Block Object data structure, there are different items
describing the block characteristics. Execution period, Number
of parameters in the block, the DD Revision, Profile Revision,
View Objects characteristics and so on.
1
ST_REV
2
R
The revision level of the Static data associated with the
Function Block. The revision level is incremented each time a
static parameter value in the block is changed.
2
TAG_DESC
32
R/W
The user description of the intended application of the block.
3
STRATEGY
2
R/W
The strategy field can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
This data is not checked or processed by the block.
4
ALERT_KEY
1
R/W
The identification number of the plant unit. This information may
be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc.
5
MODE_BLK
1
R/W
Target - The selected mode from the operator.
1
R
1
R/W
Permitted - Allowed modes that the target may take on.
1
R/W
Normal - The common mode for the Actual.
2
R
6
BLOCK_ERR
7
UPDATE_EVT
Actual - The mode the block is currently in.
This parameter reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block. It is
a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown.
This alert is generated by any change to the static data.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Update State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
56
2
R
Static Revision
2
R
Relative Index
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
8
Name
Byte
PC
BLOCK_ALM
Description
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware,
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the subcode field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported without
clearing the Active Status, if the sub-code has changed.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
9
TRANSDUCER_
2
R
Sub-code
1
R
Value
4
R
Directory that specifies the number and starting indices of the
transducers in the transducer block.
2
R
Identifies the transducer type, always 101 = Standard
Temperature with Calibration.
DIRECTORY
10
TRANSDUCER_
TYPE
11
XD_ERROR
1
R
Transducer block error sub-code
12
COLLECTION_
36
R
Directory that specifies the number, starting indices, and the
DD items IDs of the data collections in each transducer within a
transducer block.
2
R/W
Type of measurement representing the primary value. The
default measurement type is 104 Process Temperature.
4
R
This is the output value from the TB and input for the AIFB
when CHANNEL = 1.
DIRECTORY
13
PRIMARY_VALUE_
TYPE
14
PRIMARY_VALUE
It is always represented in the PRIMARY_VALUE_RANGE
Unit-Index.
15
1
R
This is the output status from the TB.
PRIMARY_VALUE_
4
R
High Range
RANGE
4
R
Low Range
2
R
Unit Index
1
R
Decimal point
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
All the values are associated with the
PRIMARY_VALUE. This record is read only
and it is always a copy of the XD_SCALE of
the AIFB having the Channel = 1. Whenever
writing on XD_SCALE of the AIFB with
CHANNEL = 1 are performed, the
PRIMARY_VALUE_RANGE is updated in
the same way. The usable units´ code is the
same of the XD_SCALE in the Analog Input
Function Block.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
57
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
16
CAL_POINT_HI
4
R/W
The Highest calibrated value.
17
CAL_POINT_LO
4
R/W
The lowest calibrated value.
18
CAL_MIN_SPAN
4
R
19
CAL_UNIT
2
R/W
Calibration Unit. Only Temperature Units are allowed.
20
SENSOR_TYPE
2
R/W
Type of sensor. Default is: 128 PT100 A 385.
21
SENSOR_RANGE
4
R
High Range
4
R
Low Range
2
R
Unit Index
1000 Kelvin
1002 Fahrenheit Degree
1
R
Decimal
point
1001 Celsius Degree
1003 Rankine Degree
Serial Number of the sensor.
The minimum span to be used between the calibrations points,
high and low.
Sensor Temperature Unit. The allowed units are:
22
SENSOR_SN
32
R
23
SENSOR_CAL_
1
R/W
Calibration Method
METHOD
24
SENS_CAL_LOC
32
R/W
The last location of the sensor Calibration.
25
SENS_CAL_DATE
7
R/W
The last date on which the calibration was performed.
26
SENS_CAL_WHO
32
R/W
The name of the person responsible of the last sensor
calibration.
27
SENSOR_
1
R/W
The only possible value is: 4 Four Wire
CONNECTION
28
SECONDARY_VALUE
1
R
Only for internal use.
29
SECONDARY_
2
R/W
Only for internal use.
VALUE_UNIT
30
MODULE_SN
4
R/W
Sensor Serial Number
31
TTRB_
2
R/W
This parameter is for the correlation of channels in a device to
channels as defined for a plant or process area.
CHANNEL_MAP
32
COMP_WIRE
4
R/W
Only for internal use.
33
TTRB_BIAS
4
R/W
Only for internal use.
34
TTRB_MAX_
4
R/W
Drag indicator for maximum temperature value. The drag
indicator will be reset by writing any value.
4
R/W
Drag indicator for minimum temperature value.
SENSOR_VALUE
35
TTRB_MIN_
SENSOR_VALUE
58
The drag indicator will be reset by writing any value.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
10.7 Multi Variable Block (only 267C / 269C transmitters)
The modification of the flow configuration (e. g. different primary device or medium) is only
possible with the “Device Management Application” (DMA) for 267C / 269C transmitters. In this
reason have parameter with influence to the flow calculation inside the Device Description a
read only attribute.
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
Description
0
BLOCK_OBJ
62
mix.
In the Block Object data structure, there are different items
describing the block characteristics. Execution period, Number
of parameters in the block, the DD Revision, Profile Revision,
View Objects characteristics and so on.
1
ST_REV
2
R
The revision level of the Static data associated with the
Function Block. The revision level is incremented each time a
static parameter value in the block is changed.
2
TAG_DESC
32
R/W
The user description of the intended application of the block.
3
STRATEGY
2
R/W
The strategy field can be used to identify grouping of blocks.
This data is not checked or processed by the block.
4
ALERT_KEY
1
R/W
The identification number of the plant unit. This information may
be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc.
5
MODE_BLK
1
R/W
Target - The selected mode from the operator.
1
R
1
R/W
Permitted - Allowed modes that the target may take on.
1
R/W
Normal - The common mode for the Actual.
Actual - The mode the block is currently in.
6
BLOCK_ERR
2
R
This parameter reflects the error status associated with the
hardware or software components associated with a block. It is
a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown.
7
DIFF_PRESSURE_IN
4
R
Differential pressure input. The differential pressure value.
1
R
Differential pressure input. The differential pressure status.
2
R
Unit of all to the differential pressure belonging Values (Input,
Range limits, Simulation values, Replacement value).
4
R
Differential pressure replacement value. Replacement value of
the differential pressure.
8
DIFF_PRESSURE_
UNIT
9
DIFF_PRESSURE_
DEFAULT
This value will be used by the flow calculation algorithm instead
of the measured value if this option is selected (basically or at
invalid input value).
10
11
PRESSURE_IN
PRESSURE_UNIT
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4
R
Pressure input. The static pressure value (absolute).
1
R
The static pressure status for flow calculation.
2
R
Pressure unit. Unit of all to the pressure belonging Values.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
59
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
Byte
PC
12
13
Description
PRESSURE_DEFAULT
4
R
Pressure replacement value. Replacement value of the
pressure. This value will be used by the flow calculation
algorithm instead of the measured value if this option is
selected (basically or at invalid input value).
TEMPERATURE_IN
1
R
Temperature input. The temperature for flow calculation.
The temperature status for flow calculation.
14
TEMPERATURE_
2
R
UNIT
15
TEMPERATURE_
Unit of all to the temperature belonging Values.
4
R
Temperature replacement value. Replacement value of the
temperature. This value will be used by the flow calculation
algorithm instead of the measured value if this option is
selected (basically or at invalid input value).
1
R
Replacement values. Enables / Disables the basically use of a
replacement value instead of a measured value.
Volume flow output. Calculated volume flow in dependence of
differential pressure, pressure and temperature.
DEFAULT
16
DEFAULT_INPUT_
Temperature unit.
SELECT
17
OUT_VOL_FLOW
1
R
18
OUT_VOL_FLOW_
2
R/W
UNIT
Volume flow unit. Unit of all to the volume flow belonging
Values (Output, Maximum value, Simulation values).
ATTENTION!
If the unit will be changed then the belonging values must be
adjusted.
19
OUT_MASS_FLOW
1
R
20
OUT_MASS_FLOW_
2
R/W
UNIT
Mass flow / Normalized volume flow output. Calculated mass
flow (Normalized volume flow at GAS) in dependence of
differential pressure, pressure and temperature.
Mass flow / Normalized volume flow unit. Unit of all to the mass
flow/normalized volume flow belonging Values (Output,
Maximum value, Simulation values).
ATTENTION!
If the unit will be changed then the belonging values must be
adjusted.
21
SIMULATE_DIFF_
PRESSURE
60
1
R/W
SIMULATE dP
Allows the input value to the block to be manually supplied
when simulate is enabled. When simulate is disabled, the
simulate value and status track the actual value and status.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
22
SIMULATE_
Byte
PC
Description
1
R/?
SIMULATE P. Allows the input value to the block to be
manually supplied when simulate is enabled. When simulate is
disabled, the simulate value and status track the actual value
and status.
1
R/?
SIMULATE T. Allows the input value to the block to be
manually supplied when simulate is enabled. When simulate is
disabled, the simulate value and status track the actual value
and status.
1
R/?
SIMULATE volume flow. Allows the output value of the block to
be manually supplied when simulate is enabled. When simulate
is disabled, the simulate value and status track the actual value
and status.
1
R/?
SIMULATE mass flow / normalized volume flow. Allows the
output value of the block to be manually supplied when
simulate is enabled. When simulate is disabled, the simulate
value and status track the actual value and status.
1
R/W
Grant
1
R/W
Deny
PRESSURE
23
SIMULATE_
TEMPERATURE
24
SIMULATE_VOL_
FLOW
25
SIMULATE_MASS_
FLOW
26
27
GRANT_DENY
UPDATE_EVT
This alert is generated by any change to the static data.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Update State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Static Revision:
The number of the last increment generating the alert.
2
R
Relative Index:
The index of the changed variable generating the alert.
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Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
61
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
28
BLOCK_ALM
Byte
PC
Description
The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware,
connection failure or system problems in the block. The cause
of the alert is entered in the subcode field. The first alert to
become active will set the Active Status in the status
parameter. As soon as the Unreported status is cleared by the
alert reporting task, another block alert may be reported without
clearing the Active Status, if the subcode has changed.
1
R/W
Unacknowledged
1
R
Alarm State
8
R
Time Stamp:
The date and time of when the alert was generated.
2
R
Subcode: Cause of the alert
2
R
Value:
The value generating the alert.
29
ALARM_SUM
The alert status associated to the function block.
2
30
DIFF_PRESSURE_
Current
2
R
Unacknowledged
2
R
Unreported
2
R
Disabled
4
R
Differential pressure range high limit. Upper working range limit
of the differential pressure.
4
R
Differential pressure range low limit.
HI_LIM
31
DIFF_PRESSURE_
LO_LIM
32
PRESSURE_HI_LIM
Lower working range limit of the differential pressure.
4
R
Pressure range high limit.
Upper working range limit of the pressure.
33
PRESSURE_LO_LIM
4
R
Pressure range low limit.
Lower working range limit of the pressure.
34
TEMPERATURE_
4
R
HI_LIM
35
TEMPERATURE_
LO_LIM
62
Temperature range high limit.
Upper working range limit of the temperature.
4
R
Temperature range low limit.
Lower working range limit of the temperature.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Device Configuration
Idx
Name
36
OUT_MASS_FLOW_
Byte
PC
4
R
MAX
Description
Maximum mass flow / Normalized volume flow. Maximum value
of the Mass flow / Normalized volume flow. This value will be
used to set the physical zero shift point.
It represents the 100 % point.
37
OUT_VOL_FLOW_MAX
38
ERROR_HANDLE_DP
1
R/W
BAD dP input handling. Selection of possibilities how the
multivariable function block shall react if a needed input value is
invalid (Status BAD-...).
39
ERROR_HANDLE_P
1
R/W
BAD P input handling. Selection of possibilities how the
multivariable function block shall react if a needed input value is
invalid (Status BAD-...).
40
ERROR_HANDLE_T
1
R/W
BAD T input handling. Selection of possibilities how the
multivariable function block shall react if a needed input value is
invalid (Status BAD-...).
41
MV_RESERVED_1
4
R
Only for use with DMA.
…
…
…
R
Only for use with DMA.
MV_RESERVED_66
32
R
Only for use with DMA.
106
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Maximum value of the volume flow.
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
63
Operating Modes
11 Operating Modes
As defined by the FOUNDATIONTM Fieldbus specifications, the Resource and Function Blocks
have to satisfy defined operating modes each represented by a proper bit in the
MODE_BLK_PERMITTED data structure.
The AIFB supports
The PID FB supports
The RB
supports
The TB
supports
The MV supports
-
Manual (MAN)
-
Manual (MAN)
-
AUTO
-
AUTO
-
Manual (MAN)
-
Automatic (AUTO)
-
Automatic (AUTO)
-
O/S
-
O/S
-
Automatic (AUTO)
-
Out of Service
(O/S)
-
Out of Service (O/S)
-
Out of Service (O/S)
-
IMAN (Initialisation
Manual)
CAS (Cascade)
-
RCAS (Remote
Cascade)
-
ROUT (Remote
Output)
LO (Local Override)
When the RB is Out of Service, all the other blocks are forced in Out of Service too.
64
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Process Flow
12 Process Flow
The following Figures show the possible connections between the AIFBs and the variables in
output from the Transducer Block.
12.1 Connection between AIFB and TB
Analog
OUT
Input
P/Pabs
P/Pabs
Pressure
Temp.
Transducer
Sensor
Block
1
Temp.
Analog
OUT
Input
2
M00513
Fig. 11: Connection between AIFB and TB with 265Gx / 265Ax / 265VS for Gauge Pressure /
Absolute Pressure
Analog
OUT
Input
DP
DP
Pabs
Temp.
Sensor
Pressure
Transducer
Block
1
Pabs
Temp.
Analog
OUT
Input
2
M00514
Fig. 12: Connection between AIFB and TB with 265Dx for Differential Pressure
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
65
Process Flow
DP
Pabs
Temp.
Sensor
Medium
Temp.
DP
Pressure
Pabs
Transducer
Temp.
Block
Temp.
Temp.
Transducer
Block
Analog
Input
1
OUT
Analog
Input
2
OUT
Analog
Input
3
OUT
MASS
MV
VOL
M00515
Fig. 13: Connection between AIFB and TB with 267 / 269 Multivariable Transmitter for
Differential Pressure, Absolute Pressure, Temperature and Flow (MV Block, Massand Volume-Flow only with 267Cx / 269Cx)
The connection between Analog Input Block and Transducer Block will be made with choosing
the same channel number for the CHANNEL parameter of the Analog Input Block and the
PTRB_CHANNEL_MAP parameter of the transducer block. Two output values (E. g.:
PRIMARY_VALUE and SECONDARY_VALUE) must always have different channel numbers.
The outputs for mass and volume flow are dedicated to the Multi Variable Function. These
outputs can also be given to an Analog Input with choosing the channel 1001 or 1002.
66
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Process Flow
12.2 Custom Pressure Transducer Block
LIN_TYPE
Linear
Square root
LOW_FLOW_
CUT_OFF
Pressure
Calibration
Pressure
CAL_POINT_HI
CAL_POINT_LO
CAL_UNIT
Differential
Pressure
FLOW_LIN_
SQRT_POINT
Input Scaling
SCALE_IN_RANGE
100%
0%
UNIT
Square root to
the fifth power
STATIC_
PRESSURE_
CAL_POINT_HI
Spherical Tank
Output Scaling
STATIC_PRESSURE_
RANGE
100% 0%
UNIT
Cylindric Tank
STATIC_
PRESSURE_
CAL_POINT_LO
CAL_UNIT
Pressure
Sensor Temp.
PRIMARY_
VALUE
Linearisation Curve
TAB_OP_CODE
TAB_X_Y_VALUE
Static Pressure
Calibration
Static
Pressure
Output Scaling
PRIMARY_VALUE_
RANGE
100% 0%
UNIT
Square root to
the third power
Sensor Temp.
Calibration
STATIC_
PRESSURE_
VAL
SECONDARY_
VALUE
SECONDARY_
VALUE_TRIM_
VALUE
M00516
Fig. 14: Custom pressure Transducer block
12.3 Analog Input Function Block
LINEARISATION
TYPE
DIRECT
AIFB_L_TYPE
1
AIFB_PV_FTIME
AIFB_SIMULATION
AIFB_XD_SCALE 100%
AIFB_XD_SCALE 0%
AIFB_XD_SCALE UnitCode
1
AIFB_HI_HI_LIM
AIFB_HI_LIM
AIFB_LO_LO_LIM
AIFB_LO_LIM
AIFB_ALARM_HYS
AIFB_OUT_SCALE 100%
AIFB_OUT_SCALE 0%
AIFB_OUT_SCALE UnitCode
INDIRECT
EU
1
1
TB_
PRIMARY_VALUE
ALARMS
Detection
τ
AIFB_OUT
1
EU
1
INPUT SCALING
(XD_SCALE)
INDIRECT
SQUARE ROOT
STATUS
STATUS
n
Calculation
Calculatio
Calculation
OUTPUT SCALING
(OUT_SCALE)
1
AIFB_PV
AIFB_CHANNEL
AIFB_FIELD_VAL
1
CHANNEL_VALUE
AIFB_LOW_CUT
AIFB_IO_OPTS
AIFB_MODE_BLK
AIFB_STATUS_OPTS
1)
M00517
Fig. 15: Analog input function block
1)
Depending by the channel selection, the AIFB input is one of the variables as in the table on Page 23.
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
67
68
Connection to FOUNDATION Fieldbus
Scaling
with
TRK_SCALE
TRK_VAL
ROUT_IN
BKCAL_IN
TRK_IN_D
Pt1 filter
PV_FTIME
Limiting with
SP_HI_LIM
SP_LO_LIM
Feed forward
intrusion
FF_GAIN
FF_SCALE
IN
CAS_IN
RCAS_IN
FF_VAL
PV
Limiting of ramp
rate with
SP_RATE_DN
SP_RATE_UP
SP
+
-
SP*
GAIN
RESET
RATE
BAL_TIME
Control algorithm
CONTROL_OPTS.track enable
CONTROL_OPTS.track in manual
Alarm
acknowledge
HI_HI_LIM
HI_LIM
LO_LIM
LO_LO_LIM
DV_HI_LIM
DV_LO_LIM
Scaling
with
PV_SCALE
CONTROL_OPTS.Bypass enable
BYPASS
Mode and status handling
O/S: no calculculation
Iman: BKCAL_IN
LO: TRK_VALUE
Man: OUT can be written by operator
Auto: SP will be written by operator
CAS: CAS_IN (from function block)
RCas: RCAS_IN (from control appl.)
ROut: ROUT_IN (from control appl.)
+
+
Scaling
with
OUT_SCALE
Limiting
with
OUT_HI_LIM
OUT_LO_LIM
SP
Scaling
with
PV_SCALE
CONTROL_OPTS. use PV for BKCAL_OUT
x (-1)
CONTROL_OPTS.Direct acting
M00518
RCAS_OUT
BKCAL_OUT
ROUT_OUT
OUT
Process Flow
12.4 PID Function Block
Fig. 16:
IM/265/7/9/ADD/FF-EN_01
Process Flow
12.5 PID algorithm
P
BETA
raw_value +
(setpoint) -
+
D
deviation
[e]
T1_RATE
GAIN
+
out
+
GAMMA
RATE
FF_deviation
Z
-1
out
pv_value
(process)
I +
out_deviation
+
-
Z
-1
LO_LIM
HI_LIM
RESET
BAL_TIME
+
RATE
time_const
Z
-1
B
if | last_I_part | < | out_deviation |
{
windup = last_I_part
}
out_deviation
windup else
{
windup = out_deviation
}
RATE
FF_deviation
time_const
RESET
+
+
Z
-1
if FF.status(k-1) = GOOD and FF.status(k-2) = BAD
{
FF_deviation = FF(k) - FF(k-1)
}
RESET
time_const
B
BAL_TIME
tk - tk-1 = time_const
M00519
Fig. 17: PID algorithm
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12.6 Custom Temperature Transducer Block
Sensor
Temperature
Calibration
SENSOR_TYPE
Temperature
(128=PT100A385)
Sensor
SENSOR_CONNECTION
CAL_POINT_HI
CAL_POINT_LO
CAL_UNIT
PRIMARY_VALUE
(4 = Four Wire )
M00520
Fig. 18: Custom temperature transducer block
12.7 MV Block, flow calculation
Flow Calculation
Differential pressure range
Diff.pressure
Static pressure
DIFF_PRESSURE_IN
DIFF_PRESSURE_HI_LIM
DIFF_PRESSURE_LO_LIM
Static pressure range (abs.)
PRESSURE_IN
PRESSURE_HI_LIM
PRESSURE_LO_LIM
Heated steam
Saturated steam
Water
Gas (compr. factor)
Fluid (density table)
Primary Device
Orifice corner tabs
Nozzle
Orifice flange tabs
Venturi
Wede meter
Pitot tube
etc.
OUT_MASS_FLOW
Caculation data
Temperature
Temperature range
TEMPERATURE_IN
TEMPERATURE_HI_LIM
TEMPERATURE_LO_LIM
Flow rate
Differential pressure
Static pressure
Temperature
Diameter, etc.
OUT_VOL_FLOW
Mass flow
Volume flow
Material
Carbon steel
Stainless steel
Hastelloy
Monel
etc.
M00521
Fig. 19: MV block, flow calculation
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12.8 Troubleshooting
Few considerations about the most common wrong conditions that make the device not properly
working.
The AIFB or TB cannot be switched in AUTO mode
-
Check that the RB must be in AUTO mode.
The AI Function Block has a BAD-Configuration Error in output
-
Did you download the FB Application correctly?
-
Check if the XD_SCALE setting is different by the OUT_SCALE setting. In this case, check
that the L_TYPE is INDIRECT.
-
Check if the CHANNEL, L_TYPE, are still set with the initial value that is not valid for the
normal operations.
The PID Function Block cannot be switched in AUTO mode.
-
Did you design and download the FB Application correctly?
-
Set properly the SP value and status.
-
Set with usable values the RATE, RESET, SHED_OPT, BY_PASS parameters.
-
Check the status of the IN and BKCAL_IN, if BAD check the setting of the other blocks (AI,
AO, …).
The PID Function Block cannot be switched in CASCADE mode.
-
In addition, at the above checking, check also the status of the CAS_IN, if BAD check the
setting of the CAS_IN source.
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12.9 Status supported
The FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus defines different dynamic variables having the status byte to be
produced together with the value. The status byte gives detailed information about the Quality of
the associated variable's value. The following table lists the different status conditions
available/generated for the output dynamic variables coming out from the AIFB, PIDFB and TB
blocks2 implemented in the 265 / 267 / 269 models of the 2600T Series. For each status
condition is available a brief explanation about the meaning and an indication about into which
block it is generated.
Status byte conditions supported in the Variables
"AIFB_OUT, PID_OUT, TB_PRIMARY_VALUE"
Quality
Substatus
Limits
Dec Hex Gr
Gr
QS
QS
QS
QS
Qu Qu
27
26
25
24
23
22
2 1 20
0
0
0
00
64
40
0
128 80
192 C0
Producer Block
= bad
TB, AI, MV, PID
1
= uncertain
TB, AI, MV
1
0
1
1
= good
TB, AI, MV, PID
(Not Cascade) PID
= good
(Cascade)
Details for BAD
72
0
00
0
0
0
0
0
0
= non-specific
AI, MV, PID
4
04
0
0
0
0
0
1
= configuration
error
AI
8
08
0
0
0
0
1
0
= not connected PID
12
0C
0
0
0
0
1
1
= device failure
TB, PID
16
10
0
0
0
1
0
0
= sensor failure
TB
20
14
0
0
0
1
0
1
= no
PID**
communication
with LUV
24
18
0
0
0
1
1
0
= no
PID**
communication
no LUV
28
1C
0
0
0
1
1
1
= out of service
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Configuration error detail:
Set if the AIFB Channel is different by 0 but set to a not valid / supported value. See the Table
on page 23 in this document for the supported Channel values.
Not Connected detail:
Set if this input is not referenced by a link object within the resource.
Device failure detail:
When malfunction in the device is detected this status is produced.
Sensor failure detail:
When malfunction of the sensor is detected, this status is produced.
No communication with last usable value (= LUV) detail:
Set if this value had been set by communication, which has now failed.
**Typically the Input variables of the PID are set to this status when the variable linked in input
and coming from another block fails.
No communication, with no usable value detail:
Set if there has never been any communication with this value since it was last Out of Service.
**Typically, the Input variables of the PID are set to this status when the variable linked in input
and coming from another block fails.
Out of Service detail:
This status is produced when the device is in Out Of Service mode.
When the TB_PRIMARY_VALUE_TYPE is selected for Flow and Volume measurement, some
specific parameters of the Transducer block have to be well configured by the customer. If the
configuration is not well done so the measure cannot be produced (i.e. negative value in input at
the Square Root operation), this status is set.
When the XD_SCALE is set different to the OUT_SCALE and the L_TYPE is not set to indirect,
this status is set.
2) Other variables like the Trimmed Value and the different SECONDARY_VALUE_x mapped in the TB, and several
variables of the PIDFB are produced with their own status byte.
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Details for UNCERTAIN
68
44
0
1
0
0
0
1
= Last Usable
Value
TB
72
48
0
1
0
0
1
0
= substitute set
AI
76
4C
0
1
0
0
1
1
= Initial Value
TB
80
50
0
1
0
1
0
0
= sensor
TB
conversion not
accurate
84
54
0
1
0
1
0
1
= engineering
unit range
violation
TB
Last Usable Value (LUV) detail:
Whatever was writing this value has stopped doing so. (This happens when an input is
disconnected by a configuration tool).
Substitute Set detail:
Set when the value is written when the block is not Out of Service.
Initial Value detail:
Set when the value of an input parameter is written when the block is Out of Service.
Sensor Conversion not Accurate detail:
This status is produced when the auxiliary values for compensation are not more usable
(compensation sensors failed). The OUT will be always produced but with the last valid
compensation. This gives an indication of degraded performances of the device.
Engineering unit range violation detail:
This status is produced when the value is outside the operating range selected for this variable.
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Details for GOOD (non-cascade)
128 80
1
0
0
0
0
0
= ok
TB, AI, MV, PID
132 84
1
0
0
0
0
1
= active block
alarm
TB, AI, PID
136 88
1
0
0
0
1
0
= active advisory AI, PID
alarm
140 8C
1
0
0
0
1
1
= active critical
alarm
AI, PID
144 90
1
0
0
1
0
0
= unacknowledged block
alarm
AI, PID
148 94
1
0
0
1
0
1
= unacknowlAI, PID
edged advisory
alarm
152 98
1
0
0
1
1
0
= unacknowledged critical
alarm
AI, PID
Active Block alarm detail:
Set when the value is Good and the block has an Active Block alarm.
Active advisory alarm detail:
Set when the value is Good and the block has an Active alarm with priority less than 8.
Active critical alarm detail:
Set when the value is Good and the block has an Active alarm with priority greater than or equal
to eight.
Unacknowledged Block alarm detail:
Set when the value is Good and the block has an unacknowledged Block alarm.
Unacknowledged advisory alarm detail:
Set when the value is Good and the block has an unacknowledged alarm with priority less
than 8.
Unacknowledged critical alarm detail:
Set when the value is Good and the block has an unacknowledged alarm with priority greater
than or equal to eight.
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Details for GOOD (cascade)
192 C0
1
1
0
0
0
0
= ok
PID
196 C4
1
1
0
0
0
1
= initialisation
acknowledge
PID
200 C8
1
1
0
0
1
0
= initialisation
request
PID
204 CC
1
1
0
0
1
1
= non invited
PID
224 E0
1
1
1
0
0
0
= initiate fault
state
PID
Initialisation Acknowledge detail:
The value is an initialised value from a source (cascade input, remote-cascade in, and remoteoutput in parameters).
Initialisation Request detail:
The value is an initialised value for a source (back calculation input parameters), because the
lower loop is broken or the mode is wrong.
Not Invited detail:
The value is from a block, which does not have a target mode that would use this input. This
covers all cases other than Fault State Active, Local Override, and Not Selected. The target
mode can be the next permitted mode of higher priority in case of shedding a supervisory
computer.
Initiate Fault State detail:
The value is from a block that wants its downstream output blocks (e.g. AO) to go to Fault State.
This is determined by a block option to initiate Fault State is the status of the primary input
and / or cascade input goes Bad. See the status option table.
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Details for bits 'LIMITS'
+0
+00
0
0
= ok
+1
+01
0
1
= low limited
+2
+02
1
0
= high limited
+3
+03
1
1
= constant
If more than one condition is present, only the one with higher priority is reported. The priority
level is in the following order:
BAD
GOOD (Cascade)
UNCERTAIN
GOOD (Not Cascade)
Into any single quality group, the priority level is relating to the value. (I. e. BAD - Out of Service
is the higher priority and GOOD - OK is the lower priority)
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Device Specification Data
13 Device Specification Data
The delivery of the models 265 / 267 / 269 FF includes the DD file (*.sym, *.ffo files) and the
Capability file (.CFF file).
The following table is a summary of the most important models 265 FF specification data.
Manufacturer
ABB
Device Model
2600T Series Pressure Transmitter – Models 265
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
Device Type
Link Master Device
Measured Variable
Direct: Differential, Gauge, Absolute Pressure.
Derived: Flow, Level and Volume
Output Signal
Physical layer compliant to the standard IEC 1158-2
Communication speed
31.25 Kbit/second
Electrical Signal
Manchester Code II
Power supply
Bus Powered: 10.2 … 32 Volts limited to 17 / 24 Volts for IS
Interface
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus H1 Compliant with specification
V 1.5
Blocks implemented
2 Standard Analog Input, 1 Standard PID, 1 Enhanced
Resource,
1 Custom Pressure with Calibration Transducer Blocks
FB Execution period
80 ms for the AIFBs
100 ms for the PIDFB
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LAS functionality
1 sub-schedule, 96 sequences, 25 elements for sequence
Number of link objects
25
Number of VCRs
24
Current consumption
12 mA
Fault Current limiting
19 mA
FF Registration
IT023700
IS Certificate
ATEX, FISCO
Max. Temperature
-40 … 85 °C
Remote Configuration tools
Via tools using DD & CFF Files
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The following table is a summary of the most important models 267 / 269 FF specification
data.
Manufacturer
ABB
Device Model
2600T Series Pressure Transmitter - Models 267 / 269
FOUNDATION Fieldbus
Device Type
Link Master Device
Measured Variable
Direct:
Differential, Absolute Pressure, Temperature
Derived:
Flow, Level and Volume (Flow only with 267Cx / 269Cx)
Output Signal
Physical layer compliant to the standard IEC 1158-2
Communication speed
31.25 Kbit/second
Electrical Signal
Manchester Code II
Power supply
Bus Powered: 10.2 … 32 Volts limited to 17 / 24 Volts for IS
Interface
FOUNDATION™ Fieldbus H1 Compliant with specification
V 1.5
Blocks implemented
3 Standard Analog Input, 1 Standard PID, 1 Enhanced
Resource, 1 Custom Pressure with Calibration Transducer
Blocks, 1 Temperature Transducer, 1 MV Block (only with
267Cx / 269Cx)
FB Execution period
80 ms for the AIFBs
100 ms for the PIDFB
100 ms for the MV (MV only with 267Cx / 269Cx)
LAS functionality
1 sub-schedule, 96 sequences, 25 elements for sequence
Number of link objects
25
Number of VCRs
24
Current consumption
12 mA
Fault Current limiting
19 mA
FF Registration
IT023600
IS Certificate
ATEX, FISCO
Max. Temperature
-40 … 85 °C
Remote Configuration tools
Via tools using DD & CFF Files, flow configuration with DMA
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Reference
K
14 Reference
1. Function Block Application Process – Part 2.
n° FF-891 – Revision 1.5 dated November 5, 2001.
2. Transducer Block Application Process Part 2.
n° FF-903 – Revision PS 3.0 dated April 21, 1998.
3. Function Block Application Process – Part 1
n° FF-890 – Revision 1.5 dated November 5, 2001.
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