Bristol® ControlWave® PAC

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Process Automation Controller
Bristol® ControlWave® PAC, from Emerson Process Management, is a highly adaptable, high
performance Process Automation Controller with
exceptional networking capability to provide a
complete Process Automation Management Solution. Designed with a great emphasis on scalability
and modularity, ControlWave can be configured to
maximize the performance of a wide range of control systems, from small or mid-size applications to
large ones. Additionally, due to its small form factor
and rugged industrial design, ControlWave offers an
outstanding ability to match the requirements of the
most demanding process plant and SCADA system
environments. Above all, Emerson has developed
this innovative controller to provide cost-effective
solutions by minimizing the time required for installation and configuration.
Through this new open architecture, ControlWave
provides an ideal hybrid union of PLC, RTU and
DCS without compromising the unique features
and capabilities of each product. Consequently, the
ControlWave Process Automation Controller not
only introduces the great possibilities of an open
architecture for emerging communication standards,
but it also provides a simple solution for existing
networks. From its conception, ControlWave was intended as a very flexible system capable of satisfying the requirements of local, expanded, remote and
distributed I/O combinations. It is widely accepted
as a scalable platform because it can be used for
small applications using a single rack, but it can
also be expanded to large applications spanning an
entire plant.
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Hardware Features
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586 based processor provides unparalleled
performance
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Up to three 100/10 MB Ethernet ports
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Ethernet remote I/O
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Up to four serial communication ports
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2, 4, and 8 I/O slot panel mount chassis, panel
or 19” rack mount on 8 slot chassis
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Single and double density I/O modules
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Hot Swap I/O replacement
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Security key-lock to prevent unauthorized
access
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Internal loop power for I/O simplifies installation
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AOs maintain last/preset value on CPU
Watchdog
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DOs maintain last or zero value on CPU
Watchdog
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Wide temperature range (-40 to +70ºC)
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Class I, Div. 2 hazardous location and CE
approval
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Open, industry standards for programming,
configuration and communication
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Scalability
ControlWave Designer with ACCOL III
ControlWave PAC meets the needs of a wide range
of applications, from a unit controller RTU to a
powerful plant process control system through its
modular architecture, large I/O capacity and Ethernet networking capability.
To minimize your engineering and development
time, we have adopted the international standard
for PLC programming, IEC 61131-3. ControlWave
Designer is a fully IEC 61131-3 compliant programming environment for the ControlWave family of
products. ControlWave Designer includes all five
IEC 61131-3 process languages for batch, continuous and discrete control: Function Block Diagram,
Structured Text, Sequential Function Chart, Ladder
Logic Diagram and Instruction List.
For smaller I/O configurations, the low power
ControlWave Micro and Express are ideal RTU
packages with all of the same software capabilities
of their ControlWave PAC big brother.
ControlWave Micro is a compact modular RTU/PLC
hybrid, providing up to eleven serial communication
ports and optional built-in 100/10 Base-T Ethernet
ports. Built-in spread spectrum radio and dial-line
modem options reduce integration cost, enhance
communication flexibility and provide communication back-up.
The base unit is used to house the power system,
CPU and 2 or 6 I/O modules. The base is expandable up to fourteen I/O slots through 2,4 or 8 slot
plug-on I/O expansion bases.
ControlWave Express is a very compact, low profile
SCADA RTU with a fixed I/O point count. Extremely
low power consumption makes ControlWave Express highly suitable for many remote sites common
in water, wastewater, and natural gas applications
Open Standards for Programming, Network Configuration and Communication
Only ControlWave brings the perfect combination of
industry standards to minimize learning, engineering
and implementation costs.
By adhering to such industry standards as Ethernet,
TCP/IP, Microsoft Windows, COM/DCOM, FTP, OLE
and ActiveX, ControlWave is able to achieve the
highest degree of openness in control system architecture and bring the optimal process efficiency and
productivity needed to ensure a successful system
implementation.
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ControlWave Designer includes an extensive library
of more than 200 basic IEC 61131-3 functions and
function blocks common to many IEC 61131-3
based products. These include:
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Flip-flops, Counters & Timers
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Ladder diagram functions - coils and contacts,
etc.
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Numerical, Arithmetic & Boolean functions
- Sine, Cosine, Add, Sub, Square Root, And, Or,
etc.
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Selection & Comparison - Min, Max, Greater
than, Equal, Less than, etc.
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Type conversions - Integer to Real, Boolean to
Word, etc.
ACCOL III
In addition to the basic functions and function
blocks, ControlWave Designer brings the benefit
of over twenty years of SCADA and plant control
experience in Emerson’s Bristol ACCOL III function
block library. ACCOL III includes over sixty function blocks valuable for use in oil & gas, water and
wastewater and process measurement & control
applications. Further, ACCOL III is designed to take
full advantage of the significant features offered by
ControlWave.
Briefly, this library includes function blocks for:
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Average, Compare, Totalize
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Scheduling & Sequencing
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PID & Lead/Lag
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AGA gas flow and liquids calculations
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File handling
In addition, ControlWave ensures data integrity, in
the event of a communication interruption, by storing critical time-stamped alarm and historical data
in the controller memory. This data is then securely
retrieved when communication is restored.
Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
Ethernet ports with RJ45 connectors
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Isolation: Ethernet ports isolated to 500 Vdc
Power Supply and Chassis
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12 or 24 Vdc power
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Power-fail detection and recovery sequencer
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System LEDs for: Active , Fail, & Power OK
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Power supply isolation: 500 Vdc
Specifications
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ISA bus for I/O system (supports Hot Swap I/O)
able to drive 8 local chassis I/O modules
CPU
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2 – I/O slot chassis: Panel Mount 7.97”W x
6.97”H x 4.96”D (202.43W x177.03H x 125.98D)
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4 – I/O slot chassis: Panel Mount 11.84”W
x 6.97”H x 4.96”D (300.73W x 177.03H x
125.98D)
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8 – I/O slot chassis: Panel Mount or 19” Rack
Mount 18.96”W x 6.97”H x 4.96”D (481.58W x
177.03H x 125.98D)
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AMD Elan 520 processor: 586 CPU-100 Mhz
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Data Memory: 2 MB SRAM battery backed
memory
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Historical Archive memory: Stored in either flash
or battery backed SRAM
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Code/ Instruction Memory: 16 MB on-board
Flash
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Synchronous Dynamic memory: 4 MB (66MHz
SDRAM coupled to a 32-bit bus)
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PCI bus for communication expansion module
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2-digit ‘Port 80’ display for booting and run-time
diagnostics
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Key-lock security switch
Communication
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Two RS-232 serial communication ports with
standard PC/AT 9-pin male D-sub connectors
on CPU module, both supporting baud rates up
to 115.2 KB
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Two expansion RS 232 or RS 485 serial
communication ports: up to 115.2 KB
1 standard PC/AT 9-pin D-sub Connector and 1
RJ45 8-pin connector
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Isolation: RS 485 serial communication ports
isolated to 500 Vdc
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Up to three independent 100/10 Base-T
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Environmental Specifications
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Industrial operational temperature limits
(-40 to + 70oC)
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Humidity: 0-95% (non-condensing)
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Vibration limits: 1.0 g acceleration over 10-150
Hz; 0.5 g acceleration over 150-2000 Hz
ControlWave Local I/O
ControlWave ‘Process Friendly’ local I/O modules
are designed to maximize usability while minimizing installation, maintenance, and system downtime
costs. A pull-down door provides front panel wiring
terminal access for technicians. The bezel and even
the terminations can be easily removed from the
I/O card to make wiring even easier. In addition, the
availability of both local direct and remote DIN rail
terminations conveniently accommodates a wide
range of applications.
To minimize field wiring and eliminate the need for
marshalling strips, the analog input and digital input
modules are capable of supplying loop power to two
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channel-to-channel isolation, externally powered
analog and digital inputs may be selected.
Status-at-a-glance indicators offer instant visual
notification of I/O system problems. Each I/O
module has a bi-color Pass/Fail LED to display the
on-line diagnostic status. Digital I/O status LED’s
are provided for each point. Analog Input modules
have a unique feature. Each input point has two
LEDs to indicate input under/over range conditions
due to open and shorted field devices. The green
LED, when lit, indicates the input is in a normal
range. The Red LED, when lit, indicates the input is
under or over range, typically meaning it is open or
shorted.
Features
Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
Fail-Safe state or preset value’
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Discrete outputs configurable ‘Hold last value or
fail to zero’
Specifications
All I/O
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Surge protection meets C37.90-1978 and IEC 801-5
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Terminations are pluggable and accept a
maximum wire size of 14 gauge
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‘HOT SWAP’ module replacement is supported.
All I/O is frozen for 300 ms when any module is
replaced
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Environmental Specifications
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Convenient ‘Process Friendly’ pluggable
local and remote wiring terminations simplify
installation
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Status-at-a-glance LED indicators
Relative Humidity: 15-95% non-condensing
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Single and Double density I/O count available
for all modules provide application flexibility
Vibration: 1.0g for 10-150 Hz, 0.5g for 150Hz to
2000Hz
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Loop powered inputs minimize wiring costs
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Easy access pull-down door with terminal wiring
labels
RFI Susceptibility: 3V/m – 80 MHz to 1000Mhz
(EN50082-2)
ControlWave Digital Input Module
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Hot Swap I/O replacement
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All I/O modules are enclosed in a rugged
aluminum shell
Number of points: 16 or 32 – non-interrupting
inputs
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16-bit wide bus access
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Analog outputs configurable for ‘Hold last value,
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Input Voltage Range: 24 Vdc nominal
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Input current : 5 mA nominal
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Optical isolation: 1500 V field input to logic
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Surge suppression: 500Vdc MOV to chassis
31 Vdc transorb between signal and isolated
ground
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Input filtering: 30 ms time constant (contact
bounce)
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Dry contact or externally powered voltage
inputs – 21 Vdc on-board isolated loop power
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Operating Temperature range: -40 to 70oC (-40 to 158oF), storage up to 85oC
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supply for contacts
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Power Consumption: 100 mA max @5V ( all
LED’s on)
Input Impedance: > 1 megOhm for 1-5 Vdc,
250 Ohm for 4-20 mA
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Common Mode Rejection: 70 db
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Status indication: LED per point status and
module OK/FAIL LED
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Normal Mode Rejection: 26 db
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Input Filtering: 300 ms to 99.9% of input signal
ControlWave Digital Output Module
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Channel Settling Time: 680 microseconds
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Number of points: 16 or 32
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Conversion Time: 25 microseconds
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16-bit wide bus access
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Output type: solid state open source MOSFET
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Operating voltage range: 10 - 31Vdc
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Accuracy:
0.1% of span 25oC
0.2% of span -20 oC to 70 oC
0.3% of span -40 oC to 70 oC
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Maximum operating frequency: 20 Hz
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Current sink load capability: 500 mA at 31V
Isolated Voltage Common Mode Range: 31 Vdc
to isolated common
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Electrical isolation: 1500 Vdc
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LED Indicators : Normal, Over-range/Underrange, module FAIL/OK
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Surge supression: 500 MOV to chassis
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On board References: 1V, 5V
31 Vdc transob between signal and isolated
ground
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On-board isolated loop supply for internally
powered AI
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Status indicator: LED per point status and
module OK/FAIL LED
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Surge Supression: 31 Vdc transorb across input
signals and (-) input to chassis
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Configurable Fail State ‘OFF’, or ‘Hold Last
Value’
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500Vdc MOV isolated common to chassis
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Power consumption: 143 mA max @ 5 Vdc (all
LEDs ON)
Thermocouple Input Module
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Number of Channels: 6 AI
ControlWave Analog Input Module
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Input type: B, R, S, J, E, K, T, C, N, +/- 10 mV
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Number of Channels: 8 or 16
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AI Resolution: 16 bit
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A/D Resolution: 14 bit
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Input Configuration: Differential thermocouple
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Input Configuration: Isolated voltage input: 500
V per card to chassis 31 V per channel when
externally sourced
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Voltage input Impedance: 10 megΩ
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Channel data acquisition: 50 microsec
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Conversion Time: 66 millisec for all 6 inputs
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Input Accuracy: Varies by thermocouple type
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Internally or externally sourced current
Input:Single-ended inputs 4-20 mA
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Voltage Input: Isolated Differential inputs
1-5 V dc
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Externally sourced current loop with 1–5
V input module and 250 ohm resistor
across the input terminals or 4-20 mA
input module
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0.025% of span at 25°C for 10 mV input
0.95% of span -25°C to 70°C for 10 mV input
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Common Mode Rejection: 120 db
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Normal Mode Rejection: 80 db
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Output configurations: 4-20 mA (650 max. drive)
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Electrical Isolation: 500 Vdc channel to channel
and channel to bus
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D/A resolution: 12 bit
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Surge Suppression: 180 Vdc transorb between
signal and ground meets IEEE 472.1978
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Cold Junction Compensation: RTD sensor on
terminal block
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Accuracy:
0.1% of span @ 25oC for current output
0.2% of span @ -20 to 70 oC for current output
0.3% of span @ -40 to 70 oC for current output
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Electrical Isolation from the power system by an
opto-coupler and a dc/dc converter.
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Local or remote terminations
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Power Consumption - 6 inputs:
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Settling time: 1 ms
TC analog input: 0.96 watt
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FAIL and OK module status LED
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Surge Supression: 31 Vdc transorb across
output signals and (-) output to common
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Power Consumption: 91 mA max. @5 V (all
LEDs ON)
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500Vdc MOV isolated common to chassis
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Configurable Output Fail State (hold last value,
zero (-5%), to specified value)
RTD Input Module
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Number of Channels: 4 AI
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Input Type; 2, 3, or 4 wire RTD
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AI Resolution: 16 bit
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Voltage Input Impedance: 9.6 KΩ
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Channel Data Acquisition: 50 microsec
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Conversion Time: 3 wire - 266 ms, 4 wire - 200
ms, for all 4 inputs
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Input Accuracy:
ControlWave Universal Digital Input Module and
Counter (UDI)
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Number of points: 6 or 12
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Polled DI and High Speed Counter or Low
Speed Counter
+/- 1.0°C at -40°C to 70°C
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Bus Access: 16-bits wide
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Common Mode Rejection: 120 db
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Frequency Range: 0-10 KHz
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Normal Mode Rejection: 80 db
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Input Voltage Range: 12V, 24V
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Electrical Isolation: 500 Vdc channel to channel
and channel to bus
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Debounce circuitry factory set Enabled or
Disabled
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Surge Suppression: 12 Vdc transorb between
signal and ground meets IEEE 472.1978
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Input Current: 5mA +/- 10%
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Local or remote terminations
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Power Consumption - 4 inputs:
Each counter input can be configured as a
polled input, Low Speed Counter, or High Speed
Counter (Roll-over on 65536, not software
resettable)
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Input Filtering, Software configurable for:
20 micro seconds for high speed counter
1 milliseconds for low speed counter 30
milliseconds for contact closure interruptible DI
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Loop power for dry contact inputs
+/- 0.5°C at 25°C
RTD analog input: 0.6 watt
ControlWave Analog Output Module
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Number of Channels: 4 or 8
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Electrical Isolation: 1500 Vdc to system logic
and 500Vdc to chassis
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Surge Suppression: 31 Vdc transorb across
input and to field common
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Terminations: Pluggable, max wire size is
14 gauge. Set, reset, common and Shield
terminals per input
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Status Indication: Status LED per input, module
PASS/FAIL LED
Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
Remote Termination Modules
The remote termination option for ControlWave Local I/O modules provides a convenient alternative
to the standard direct connect termination. Remote
terminiations allow a concentration of electrical connections from one or more controllers to be located
in one area such as the rear of a 19" cabinet.
All Remote Termination modules are standard DINrail mountable and connect to the I/O module with
from one to four pre-wired connector cables. To
simplify installation, all I/O modules use the same
cable.
Features
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Removes electrical connections from the
controller
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Passive terminations are DIN-rail mountable
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Options for fusing, relays and 120 VAC I/O
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A single common connector cable for all I/O
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Up to 14 AWG wire with compression screw
terminals
Available Modules
AI: 4 points, no fuses
AI: 4 points, with fuses
AO: 2 points, no fuses
AO: 2 points, with fuses
DI: 24 Vdc - 8 points, no fuses
DI: 24 Vdc - 8 points, with fuses
DI: 120 VAC - 8 points
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DO: 24 Vdc - 8 points, no fuse
DO: 24 Vdc - 8 points, with fuse
DO: 8 points - 6 Amp relay
Cable Lengths
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18 inch cable
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39 inch cable
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6-1/2 foot cable
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13 foot cable
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ControlWave I/O Expansion Rack
Scalability
ControlWave I/O Expansion Racks allow for expansion of I/O up to and including total plant wide
control consisting of hundreds of I/O points. The
process control application program resides in the
main ControlWave process controller. It controls
both local I/O as well as the I/O in the Expansion
Racks. No control functionality is required in the I/O
Expansion Rack.
ControlWave I/O Expansion Racks allow for increased system flexibility depending on the process
I/O count. The expansion racks provide a cost
effective solution to large I/O count projects, and an
economical approach to low or medium I/O count
applications. ControlWave meets the needs of a
wide range of applications.
The ControlWave I/O Expansion Rack consists of
a 2, 4, or 8 slot ControlWave Chassis. The chassis
contains an Ethernet communication engine dedicated to communications between the main processor and the expansion I/O. The communication
engine also supports timing functionality and battery
backed RAM to retain outputs during short power
outages. The ControlWave I/O Expansion Rack is
connected to the main or host ControlWave controller rack via an Ethernet physical link using TCP/IP.
Ethernet is widely accepted as a networking standard physical data link that allows the ControlWave
I/O Expansion Rack to fit into any local or wide
area Ethernet based network, thereby increasing
flexibility and providing an economical, reliable, I/O
system.
Specifications
Hardware Features
Communication Processor
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Data Memory: 2 MB SRAM battery backed
memory
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2-digit “Port 80” display for booting and run-time
diagnostics
Communication
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Serial communication port with standard PC/AT
9-pin male D-sub connector, supporting baud
rates up to 115.2 KB
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Isolation: RS-485 communication port isolated
to 500 VDC
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One 10/100 Base T Ethernet port with RJ45 connector. (This port is used as the main
communication link to the Host controller.)
Isolation: Ethernet port isolated to 500 VDC
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10/100 Base T Ethernet Interface
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Serial communications ports for Ethernet port
setup
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2,4, or 8 I/O slot panel mounted stainless steel
chassis, panel or 19’ rack mount
Power Supply and Chassis
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Supports all ControlWave I/O modules
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12 or 24 VDC power.
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Hot swap I/O replacement
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Power-fail detection and recovery sequencer.
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Internal loop power for I/O simplifies installation
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System LED’s for: Active, Fail, and Power OK.
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AO’s maintain last/preset value on CPU watch
dog
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Power supply isolation: 500 VDC.
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ISA bus for I/O system (supports Hot Swap I/O)
able to drive 8 chassis I/O modules
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Chassis dimensions are the same as for the
ControlWave PAC
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DO’s maintain last or zero value on CPU watch
dog
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Wide temperature range (-40 to +70 deg. C)
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Class 1, Div. 2 hazardous location and CE
approval
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ControlWave Redundancy
OpenBSI
Redundant systems are offered for critical processes and harsh applications that require maximum operational readiness and system availability.
ControlWave Redundant Systems are designed to
prevent a single point of failure from shutting down
the system. ControlWave offers two levels of redundant operation in order to achieve the optimum level
of reliability required by the application. Many applications require the level of reliability provided by
the cost effective ControlWave Redundant Process
Control and Communication system. Other, even
more critical applications may require the higher
system availability provided by the ControlWave Redundant I/O system. These designs deliver redundant systems that provide high availability, reliability,
and safety.
Simply Creative
Emerson’s OpenBSI (Open Bristol System Interface)
is a set of network setup, communication diagnostic,
and data viewing utilities that provide access to both
ControlWave Redundant System
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Dual CPUs, Dual Power Supply Sequencers
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Automatic Failure Detection
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Automatic Switchover to Hot Standby Controller
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Switchover time typically < 500 ms
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High Reliability
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No Single Point of Failure
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Communication Channel Switching
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Alarm and Historical Data Backup
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No programming required for redundancy data
transfer
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Upgrade programs on the fly
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Convenient Packaging
Process Control and Communications Redundancy
Refer to product data document 420ds11a.pdf for
complete details.
Local I/O or Expansion I/O Redundancy
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ControlWave and Network 3000 controllers and
RTUs. OpenBSI is the only product available in the
industry to bring such unique functionality and ease
of use to the network level. At the core is the communication interface, written as a Windows communication server API through which other client
applications communicate with Emerson networks.
OpenBSI supports both serial BSAP protocol
and Ethernet Internet Protocol communication to
ControlWave and Network 3000 RTUs and controllers.
OpenBSI Utilities
Above this communication layer are a group of applications known as OpenBSI Utilities. These client
utilities communicate through the server to collect
and manage data gathered from the network, gen-
erate files based on collected historical data, collect
alarms, and monitor and control OpenBSI communications.
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Communication engine for PC applications
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Supports ControlWave and Network 3000 serial
and IP protocols
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RS 232, Dial-line, cellular, radio, CDPD,
satellite, and Ethernet connections
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Provides on-line download & signal variable
changes
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Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
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Allows network configuration through NetView
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PC and Network communication diagnostics
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OPC Server for interfacing to most HMI
software
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Harvester collects historical data on request or
scheduled basis
NetView is the basic configuration and application interface for all network operations. NetView
uses a tree structure for network graphical display
in the Windows Explorer style. Network nodes can
be added on-line by simply dragging the node icon
into the tree. This invokes a configuration Wizard,
simplifying network setup. Through the NetView
Wizard, the necessary network parameters are
entered for node and IP address, alarm and message routing, and network communication media.
Once configured, selecting any node allows direct
access to the common OpenBSI utilities to reprogram, download a new application to the node,
review communication statistics, view real-time data
through DataViewer, and edit controller/RTU properties.
NetView - Network configuration and application LaunchPad
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Local Configuration Wizard allows local communication with any attached ControlWave controller
or RTU to download system flashware upgrades,
configure cold download parameters, and configure
IP and soft-switch parameters.
Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
WebBSI - WebBSI is a powerful and flexible software product bringing web technology to all of
Emerson’s Bristol automation and SCADA products.
WebBSI includes a set of ActiveX Controls for reading and writing real-time and historical data, trending, recipe editing and custom display generation.
Through these controls, you can use the standard
Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser to access
Network 3000, TeleFlow and ControlWave products
through a set of supplied HTML web pages.
Configuration Wizard simplifies network setup
DataView is an on-line utility used to collect and
display several types of process data, including signal values, data array values, signal lists, and audit
trail information.
Operators have the ability to alter signal values.
Multiple DataView windows may be open simultaneously.
Custom built web page interface using a
standard web browser
Real-time ActiveX Controls
One of the many benefits OpenBSI brings to you is
our use of open standards such as ActiveX Controls. ActiveX is another of the Microsoft standards,
which allow plug and play with any ActiveX container, using Microsoft ActiveX container technology such as Visual Basic, HTML web pages, and
Microsoft Excel.
The set of available ActiveX Controls provides the
basic functions necessary to communicate and collect data from ControlWave.
ActiveX Controls
DataView for Real-time data display
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Security 0 56-bit encryption - allows the user to
sign on to the RTU
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Signal Value - displays signal values in various
formats
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Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
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Comm Statistics - works with a standard page
that displays the RTU's communication statistics
cal archive in addition to the real-time alarm reporting system.
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Configuration Info - works with a standard page
that displays and allows the user to change
RTU configuration information
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Historical - Collect and view historical archive
and audit files
This file is also collected through OpenBSI and
presented as a text file in the PC. This functionality
is extremely useful in providing an event trail during communication or PC downtime or other sytem
problem.
The IP compliant ControlWave opens the door for
owner controlled access via web pages. Any generic web page builder can be employed to create
user defined pages to access ControlWave. The
web pages are populated with these pre-configured
ActiveX controls.
Required Software
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Archive collection - collection and storage to
disk of the ControlWave archive data
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Audit collection - collection and storage to disk
of the ControlWave audit data
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Exports data files to third party, .CSV & ODBC
applications
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DDE compliant for use with other popular
Windows applications
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Bristol ActiveX Controls
OPC Server
OpenBSI LocalView or NetView
With industry demand for open standards,
ControlWave answers the call by embracing technologies that open the door for maximizing your
efficiency and productivity. The OPC standard was
developed by the OPC Foundation comprised of
hardware and software suppliers from the process
control community. OPC allows the engineer to
select best in class hardware and software with confidence in their interoperability. Our OpenBSI OPC
Server was among the first to comply with the OPC
Foundation alarm and event server specification.
Historical Data Collection
Historical Data Collection
High Historical Data Integrity
The ControlWave Historical Data Collection system offers exceptional historical data integrity by
providing time-stamped historical data storage in
ControlWave flash memory. The historical data
is collected, through OpenBSI, on a scheduled or
demand basis and converted to .CSV and ODBC
compliant file formats for use in spreadsheets and
reports. If data is missed due to a communication
failure, it is collected when the communications is
re-established and the PC historical database is
backfilled with the missing data. This distributed
historical database architecture provides the greatest data reliability and integrity during communication or PC failuer.
Another important historical feature is the Audit
storage and collection system. The Audit Trail is a
files stored in ControlWave flash memory containing
significant events and time-stamped alarms. The
alarms stored in the Audit system provide a histori-
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OPC Data Access 1.0a & 2.0 compatible
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Windows, 2000 & XP
•
Compatible with both ControlWave and Network
3000 systems
•
32 bit multi-threading, multi-processor design
•
Automatic database reader
•
Integrated real-time data monitor
•
Supports OPC Browser interface
•
Supports both serial comm and IP Ethernet
connections
•
Supports COM/DCOM & OLE Automation
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Primary and Background polling scheme
able to anyone.
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OPC Alarm & Event Server support
While BSAP is an open protocol, the added functionality of the messages provide much more capability than is found in other networks.
ControlWave Open Network Connectivity
By embracing the open system network technologies available through TCP/IP, Ethernet, OPC, and
Microsoft DNA, as well as pseudo standards such
as Modbus and Open Modbus, ControlWave can
provide a total Process Automation Management
Solution for in-plant LAN based networks and WIde
Area Network SCADA systems.
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Global time-synchronization
•
Time-stamped Alarm reporting
•
Historical archive data transfer
•
Audit file transfer
•
On-line program editing
With the exceptional connectivity provided by the
ControlWave network, access to real-time data and
operating conditions, historical data, maintenance
and performance data are all available to the global
network. ControlWave provides the needed information to the plant floor technician, operator, engineer, supervisor and corporate management, even
external customers.
•
Diagnostics
•
Communication statistics
Communication Protocols
Like all of Emerson’s products, Bristol ControlWave
supports BSAP (Bristol Standard Asynchronous
Protocol), Modbus, DFI, CIP, DNP3 and serial ASCII
as standard functions. These protocols are implemented in Flashware so no additional hardware
is required to use any one or a combination of all
protocols.
BSAP Protocol
All Emerson’s Bristol Network 3000 and
ControlWave RTU and controller products support
BSAP protocol. BSAP is widely accepted as providing exceptional data integrity and greatly simplifies communication between controllers. BSAP is
provided with interfaces for Master/Slave, vertical
networks, and Client/Server, horizontal networks. In
either case, variable lists are created in each controller that are easily passed from server to client or
slave to master.
BSAP meets the definition of an industry-standard,
open architecture protocol because it conforms to
ISO standards 2629, 1745 and 2111, it is not proprietary in that Emerson does not charge a license fee
and makes the protocol and documentation avail-
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Modbus Protocol
Modbus - Modbus is often considered a de-facto
standard protocol because of its broad usage as
either the primary or a secondary offering in many
measurement and control related products. Even
with its common use, Modbus protocol actually
has many variations. Consider Modbus RTU and
Modbus ASCII, Master & Slave, Serial and TCP/IP
Open Modbus. In addition, there are considerations
regarding supported function codes, floating point
values and byte order. ControlWave supports the
following:
•
Modbus serial and TCP/IP Open Modbus
(Ethernet)
•
Master and slave
•
Modbus RTU and ASCII
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Modes 1 - 7, 8, 15 & 16
•
IP modes 51, 52, & 53
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Integer and IEEE 4 byte floating point
Generic Serial Interface
The Generic Serial Interface is a user programmable Master and Slave protocol used to send and
receive messages typically with third party serial
ASCII devices. This protocol can be used to interface with such devices as message boards, card
readers and many measurement devices.
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Key-Lock Security
The front panel keyswitch on ControlWave provides
a high level of manual security by allowing three
modes of operation to restrict access ot on-line
functions.
In Run Mode, ControlWave will reject any attempt
to download or modify the running program, either
locally or over the network.
In Remote Mode, ControlWave will allow downloading and on-line program modification through the
network provided the security access requirements
have been met. Local download and on-line modification of the running program is prohibited.
In Local Mode, ControlWave will allow download
and on-line modification through either the network
connection or through a local serial communication port provided the security access requirements
have been met.
Multi-User Security Access
Security is an essential element of any open
system, particularly those with Internet access.
ControlWave employs a User Name/Password access system protected by a 56-bit encryption technique through the TCP connection. There can be
up to thirty-two users who sign in using their name
and password. Both the name and the password
can be up to sixteen characters.
The security system provides for up to sixty-four
access rights to read and write data values and files
via FTP, access and configure historical and audit
data information, edit configuration, run internal
diagnostics, read and reset system status. It further
allows the programming software to read, write and
download the ControlWave.
The Secure Data Advantage
ControlWave sets a new standard for providing intelligent control at the point where control is needed.
Whether you need control on the plant floor or at a
remte site in the "middle of nowhere", ControlWave
is the solution for control, communication and
secure data to help you make the right operating
decisions.
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ControlWave was designed to provide the optimum
level of data security using a distributed database
architecture. All data including time & date stamped
alarms, alarm limits, and historical data are stored
locally in each industrially rugged ControlWave,
thereby distributing your data integrity risk. To
firther ensure that the data is always current and
historically accurate, the historical data is stored
in non-volatile flash memory within ControlWave.
Historical data is even maintained during and after
program downloading.
When historical data is collected from ControlWave,
it is converted and appended to .CSV and/or ODBC
compliant databases but does not destroy the original historical data stored in ControlWave, thus providing a flexible and secure historical data system
that is clearly recognized as a benefit to virtually
every industrial application.
The Bridge Between Systems
Continuing our tradition of introducing innovative
new solutions while maintaining compatibility with
existing systems, Emerson again provides a migration path for existing customers by bridging the new
ControlWave system with Network 3000 systems
already in place. The network bridge is enabled
by employing the open architecture technologies
afforded by TCP/IP and OPC in both networks.
TCP/IP allows seamless Ethernet connectivity to
both networks as well as the corporate Intranet so
both ControlWave and Network 3000 controllers can
reside and communicate on the same LAN. Emerson’s Bristol OpenBSI OPC Server facilitates the
merging of the two networks for technical, engineering and operator data access. The data source,
configuration and path are completely transparent to
the OPC client. Real-time data can also be passed
between the two communication networks, making
this a total Plant Automation Management Solution.
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8-I/O Module - ControlWave - Mounting Dimensions
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4-I/O Module - ControlWave - Mounting Dimensions
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2-I/O Module - ControlWave - Mounting Dimensions
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6.71
4.00
TYP
1.80
6.74
B
C
A
End Panel Mounting
1.48
2.36
TYP
A
4.91
19 Inch Rack Mount Configuration
For 8 I/O Assembly
FULL R
DETAIL
A
.22
.57
FULL R
6.98
.28
.32
.46
.32
ASSEMBLY
8 I/O Modules
4 I/O Modules
2 I/O Modules
DIM. A
18.31
10.98
7.31
DIM. B
18.98
11.65
7.98
DIM. C
17.70
10.37
6.70
.82
All Dimensions Are In Inches
ControlWave Installation Drawing
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Bristol® ControlWave® PAC
ControlWave Base Unit
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
ControlWave main and I/O Expansion rack Chassis (Holds PSSM, CPU and 2, 4, or 8 I/O modules)
Select either the ControlWave CPU or I/O Expansion rack CPU.
0 I/O slot chassis
Panel mount
396463-01-0
2 I/O slot chassis
Panel mount or 19” rackmount
396356-03-6
4 I/O slot chassis
Panel mount or 19” rackmount
396356-02-8
8 I/O slot chassis
Panel mount or 19” rackmount
396356-01-0
Internal Power Supply Sequencer Module (PSSM)
12 V input power
PSSM
396351-02-6
24 V input power
PSSM
396351-01-8
24 V input power
PSSM used with Redundant I/O system. See Page 5
396351-03-4
CPU (See Note 1)
Comm Port Configurations (Note 3)
CPU with 16 MB of RAM
1 - ENET & 2 - RS 232
396359-01-9
CPU with 16 MB of RAM
1 - ENET & 3 - RS 232 & 1 - RS 485 (Note 2)
396359-06-0
CPU with 16 MB of RAM
1 - ENET & 2 - RS 232 & 2 - RS 485 (Note 2)
396359-07-8
CPU with 16 MB of RAM
3 - ENET & 3 - RS 232 & 1 - RS 485 (Note 2)
396359-05-1
CPU with 16 MB of RAM
3 - ENET & 2 - RS 232 & 2 - RS 485 (Note 2)
396359-12-4
I/O Expansion Rack CPU
Comm Port Configurations (Note 3)
Comm CPU
2 - RS232 & 1 - ENET
396458-01-7
Comm CPU
1 RS 232, 1 - RS 485 & 1 - ENET
396458-02-5
Redundant I/O System
PSSM
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ControlWave Base Unit (Continued)
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
Local Termination I/O Modules
16 AI
4-20 mA Internally or Externally powered AI
396352-01-4
16 AI
1-5 V & ext. powered 4-20 (with 250 ohm on input)
396352-02-2
8 AI
4-20 mA Internally or Externally powered AI
396352-03-0
8 AI
1-5 V & ext. powered 4-20 (with 250 ohm on input)
396352-04-9
6 TC
B, R, S, J, E, K, T, C, N, + 10 mV
396877-01-0
4 RTD
2, 3, or 4 wire platinum RTD
396878-01-6
8 AO
4-20 mA
396353-01-0
8 AO
1-5 V
396353-02-9
4 AO
4-20 mA
396353-03-7
32 DI
Selectable Internally or Externally powered Dry Contact
396357-01-6
16 DI
Selectable Internally or Externally powered Dry Contact
396357-02-4
32 DO
Open Drain - 500 mA current capability, 30 mS filter
396358-01-2
16 DO
Open Drain - 500 mA current capability, 30 mS filter
396358-02-0
12 UDI (HighSpeed
Counter)
Both 12 and 6 UDI High speed counters come with selectable
396362-01-0
6 UDI (HighSpeed Counter) debounce (enabled/disable) @ (0-10 KHz) Low or High speed
396362-02-8
Notes
Note 1: CE approval requires the CE Accessories kits.
Note 2: RS485 Comm port 3 is RJ45. RS 485 ports have 500 V isolation
Note 3: The I/O Expansion Rack CPU interfaces to the main ControlWave Chassis CPU via Ethernet
Note 4: For conformal coating add -C suffix to each part number.
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ControlWave I/O Modules and Termination Blocks
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
Remote Termination I/O Modules (PC 850)
16 AI
4-20 mA Internally or Externally powered AI
396352-11-1
16 AI
1-5 V & ext. powered 4-20 (with 250 ohm on input)
396352-12-0
8 AI
4-20 mA Internally or Externally powered AI
396352-13-8
8 AI
1-5 V & ext. powered 4-20 (with 250 ohm on input)
396352-14-6
6 TC
B, R, S, J, E, K, T, C, N, + 10 mV
396877-02-8
4 RTD
2, 3, or 4 wire platinum RTD
396878-02-4
8 AO
4-20 mA
396353-11-8
8 AO
1-5 V
396353-12-6
4 AO
4-20 mA
396353-13-4
32 DI
Selectable Internally or Externally powered Dry Contact
396357-11-3
16 DI
Selectable Internally or Externally powered Dry Contact
396357-12-1
32 DO
Open Drain - 500 mA current capability, 30 mS filter
396358-11-0
16 DO
Open Drain - 500 mA current capability, 30 mS filter
396358-12-8
12 UDI (High Speed Counter)
Both 12 and 6 UDI High speed counters come with selectable
396362-11-7
6 UDI (High Speed Counter)
debounce (enabled/disable) @ (0-10 KHz) Low or High speed
counters. Inputs are 24VDC only.
396362-12-5
Remote Terminal Blocks - (replacement fuses & relays can be found on spares page) (PC 851)
4 point AI (Note 1)
No fuse
396391-01-0
4 point AI
Fused
396391-02-8
2 point AO (Note 1)
No fuse
396391-01-0
2 point AO
Fused
396391-02-8
8 point DI
No fuse
396292-01-6
8 point DI
Fused
395622-02-6
8 point DI - 120 Vac
No fuse (for internally powered DI module)
395622-04-2
8 point DI - 120 Vac
No fuse (for externally powered DI module)
395622-01-8
8 point DO
No fuse
396292-01-6
8 point DO
Fused
395622-03-4
8 point DO
6 Amp Relay - No fuse
395622-00-0
3 point UDI
No fuse
396391-01-0
3 point UDI (Note 2)
No fuse protection
396391-02-8
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ControlWave I/O Modules and Termination Blocks (Cont’d)
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
Remote Terminal Blocks (one cable required for each terminal block) (PC 851)
39” Term Cable
396389-01-5
6.5 ft.” Term Cable
396389-02-3
13 ft. Term Cable
396389-03-1
Note 1: Sheild termination connection for AI & AO Remote Terminal blocks
395722-01-2
recommend (P/N 395722-01-2) AO requires one and the AI requires two.
Note 2: Fuses do not offer protection for UDI points.
ControlWave Redundancy
CWREDCPU - A - BC - D
CODE
DESCRIPTION
CWREDCPU
CODE
Redundant unit includes: Chassis, 2-PSSM, 2-CPU, Redundancy Switch Panel and serial
communication cables from the CPUs to the Switch Panel. I/O is located in the Expansion Rack
A
Internal Power Supply Sequencer Module
A
10
PSSM
Power Supply +24 VDC input power
1
PSSM
Power Supply +12 VDC input power
2
BC
Dual Redundant CPUs
Comm Port Configurations
20
CPU
(2) RS 232, (1) ETHERNET
01
CPU
(2) RS 232, (2) RS-485, (1) ETHERNET
07
CPU
(2) RS 232, (2) RS-485, (3) ETHERNET
12
D
Chassis & Switcher Assembly
30
With Cables, Panel Mount
CWREDCPUCP
CWREDCHASI
(2) RS-232, (2) RS-485
BC
D
2
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