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FLEXIBLE CONTROL STRATEGIES

Multi-Loop Process Controller

53MC5000

FLEXIBLE CONTROL STRATEGY GUIDE

PN2456

8A

Rev. 1

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Contents

Table of Contents

1.0 INTRODUCTION 1-1

1.1 OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

1.2 SCOPE OF BOOK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1

2.0 FCS MODULES 2-1

2.1 OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

2.2 FCS MODULE DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

2.3 MODULE EXECUTION ORDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2

2.4 ASSIGNING WORKSHEET VALUES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6

2.5 EXECUTING AN FCS WIRELIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7

2.6 MODULE TYPES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7

2.7 FCS MODULE DESCRIPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7

2.7.1 STATUS DISPLAY 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8

2.7.2 CONTACT CLOSURE INPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9

2.7.3 ANALOG INPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10

2.7.4 EXTENDED MATH A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11

2.7.4.1 PIECEWISE CHARACTERIZER/FUNCTION GENERATOR (FC=15) 2-12

2.7.4.2 POLYNOMIAL CHARACTERIZER (FC = 16 OR FC = 17)

2.7.4.3 COMPENSATED GAS FLOW (FC = 18 OR FC = 19)

2-12

2-13

2.7.5 MATH A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14

2.7.6 LOGIC A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15

2.7.7 LOGIC B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-15

2.7.8 PARAMETER LOADER A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17

2.7.9 PARAMETER LOADER B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17

2.7.10 PARAMETER LOADER C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18

2.7.11 PARAMETER LOADER D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18

2.7.12 PARAMETER LOADER E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-19

2.7.13 SETPOINT GENERATOR 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20

2.7.14 DEVIATION/ALARM CALCULATION 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-21

2.7.15 PROPORTIONAL INTEGRAL DERIVATIVE 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22

2.7.16 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-24

2.7.17 MATH B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-25

2.7.18 MATH C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-26

2.7.19 LOGIC C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-27

2.7.20 EXTENDED MATH B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-29

2.7.20.1 PIECEWISE CHARACTERIZER/FUNCTION GENERATOR (FC=15) 2-30

2.7.20.2 POLYNOMIAL CHARACTERIZER (FC = 16 OR FC = 17) 2-30

2.7.20.3 COMPENSATED GAS FLOW (FC = 18 OR FC = 19) 2-31

2.7.21 MATH D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-32

2.7.22 LOGIC D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-33

2.7.23 LOGIC E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-33

2.7.24 SETPOINT GENERATOR 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-35

2.7.25 DEVIATION/ALARM CALCULATION 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-36

2.7.26 PROPORTIONAL INTEGRAL DERIVATIVE 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-37

2.7.27 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-39

2.7.28 MATH E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-40

2.7.29 MATH F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-41

2.7.30 LOGIC F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-42

2.7.31 SETPOINT GENERATOR 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-44

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2.7.32 CONTROL 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-45

2.7.33 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-47

2.7.34 LOGIC G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-48

2.7.35 SETPOINT GENERATOR 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-50

2.7.36 CONTROL 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-51

2.7.37 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-53

2.7.38 LOGIC H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-54

2.7.39 ANALOG OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-56

2.7.40 CONTACT CLOSURE OUTPUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-57

2.7.41 STATUS DISPLAY 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-58

3.0 FCS WIRELIST EXAMPLES 3-1

3.1 OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1

3.2 EXAMPLE 1 - LOGICAL ONESHOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2

3.3 EXAMPLE 2 - LOGIC OPERATED SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5

3.4 EXAMPLE 3 - HIGH/LOW SELECTOR WITH RE-TRANSMISSION . . . . . . . . . . 3-11

3.5 EXAMPLE 4 - MASTER RATIO CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19

APPENDIX A: CONTROL STRATEGY WIRELISTS A-1

A.1 STANDARD CONTROL STRATEGIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1

A.1.1 CS1 - SINGLE-LOOP PID CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2

A.1.2 CS2 - ANALOG BACKUP CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10

A.1.3 CS3 - RATIO CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-18

A.1.4 CS4 - AUTOMATIC/MANUAL STATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-26

A.1.5 CS5 - RATIO AUTOMATIC/MANUAL STATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-34

A.1.6 CS20 - TWO-LOOP CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-42

A.1.7 CS21 - TWO-LOOP CASCADE CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-52

A.1.8 CS22 - TWO-LOOP OVERRIDE CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-62

A.1.9 CS40 - DUAL TWO-LOOP CASCADE CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . A-72

A.1.10 CS41 - FOUR-LOOP CONTROLLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-83

APPENDIX B: MASTER WORKSHEETS B-1

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List of Tables

Table 3-1. Logical Oneshot Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3

Table 3-2. Logic Operated Switch - CCI0 = 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5

Table 3-3. Logic Operated Switch - CCI0 = 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6

Table 3-4. Logic Operated Switch Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7

Table 3-5. High/Low Selector - ANI0

ANI1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12

Table 3-6. High/Low Selector - ANI0 < ANI1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13

Table 3-7. High/Low Selector Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14

Table 3-8. Master Ratio Controller Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20

Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4

Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12

Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-20

Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-28

Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-36

Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-44

Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-54

Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-64

Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-74

Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-85

List of Figures

Figure 2-1. One-Loop FCS Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3

Figure 2-2. Two-Loop Extended FCS Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4

Figure 2-3. Four-Loop Extended FCS Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5

Figure 3-1. Logical Oneshot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2

Figure 3-2. Logic Operated Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5

Figure 3-3. High/Low Selector with Re-Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11

Figure 3-4. Master Ratio Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19

Figure A-1. CS1 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3

Figure A-2. CS2 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11

Figure A-3. CS3 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-19

Figure A-4. CS4 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-27

Figure A-5. CS5 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-35

Figure A-6. CS20 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-43

Figure A-7. CS21 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-53

Figure A-8. CS22 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-63

Figure A-9. CS40 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-73

Figure A-10. CS41 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-84

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Section 1. Introduction

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 OVERVIEW

The 53MC5000 Process Control Station (PCS) can be easily adapted to serve in a variety of control applications common to industrial processes. The PCS is usually adapted to a particular industrial process by selecting the appropriate control strategy (CS) and by configuring the necessary

PCS datapoints.

In the event a required control strategy is not resident in the PCS, a new control strategy can be entered into the PCS memory and executed, or a modified version of an existing one can be entered and executed. This PCS functional versatility is called the Flexible Control Strategy (FCS) method.

With FCS, a fixed set of 41 modules can have their output signals selectively routed to each other’s inputs. Not all of the modules in the set are alike; there are 15 different module types that have specific functions. The module signal connections are first copied onto FCS worksheets to build a wirelist before it is entered into the PCS and executed as a control strategy.

This instruction bulletin describes the FCS module types, the procedure to build a wirelist, and the steps to execute the wirelist. It also provides four FCS examples.

It is recommended that the user first become familiar with the information and terms provided in Instruction Bulletin 53MC5000, Process Control Station, before using this manual to design a Flexible Control Strategy.

1.2 SCOPE OF BOOK

This instruction book is presented in three sections and two appendixes, briefly described as follows.

Section 1, Introduction - Presents an overview of the Flexible Control Strategy (FCS) con-

cept.

Section 2, FCS Modules - Describes the functional characteristics of each module in the

FCS repertoire.

Section 3, FCS Examples - Provides four FCS examples.

Appendix A, Control Strategy Wirelists - Provides a functional description, block diagram,

and completed wirelist for each of the ten resident PCS control strategies. This information is provided in the event a modification is required to an existing control strategy.

Appendix B, Master Worksheets - These are the master worksheets that are photocopied

and completed with the FCS module connections to create a wirelist that is actually entered into the PCS.

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Section 2. FCS Modules

2.0 FCS MODULES

2.1 OVERVIEW

The Flexible Control Strategy (FCS) modules are the building blocks of the controller functionality.

The modules are presented symbolically with inputs and outputs to eliminate the necessity of learning a programming language; however, each symbol actually represents coded instructions that are executed by the Process Control Station (PCS). The order in which the modules are connected determines the instruction flow executed by the PCS. Because each module is a coded instruction set, connecting the modules does not require any physical alteration to the PCS hardware but is accomplished by configuring an assigned list of memory datapoints. The assigned list is called a worksheet and after the worksheet is completed, the connected datapoint values are entered into the PCS memory. Connecting the datapoints is sometimes called wiring , a term that is still carried-over today from the earliest electronic processors when the hardware functions of a device were selectively connected one-to-another with jumper wires.

2.2 FCS MODULE DESCRIPTION

As shown in the figure below, each module has an associated set of input signal designators shown as diamonds, output signal points shown as a circle(s), and an operational function code

(FC) where applicable. The wirelist datapoints assigned to the input diamonds, output circle(s), and function code (if applicable) are all listed in the

Inputs

table that is provided with each module description. A separate Functions table, which describes each function code, is also provided for those modules that perform mathematical or logical functions.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B127

B128

A

B

B129 FC

Output Datapoint: L097

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

FC

2

3

0

1

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

4

5 A AND NOT B

6

7

A OR NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

Logic Module A

ASSIGNED VALUE

The

Inputs

table above indicates the wirelist datapoint assignments for inputs A and B are B127 and B128 respectively. The wirelist datapoint assignment for the FC is B129 and the output value that is accessible to other modules in the FCS sequence is L097.

FCS signals are of two types: logical L-values (0 or 1) and numeric C-values. Logical L-values are shown as solid diamonds for input signals and solid circles for output signals. Numeric C-values are shown as open diamonds for input signals and open circles for output signals. Logical and numeric values can not be cross-wired from one module to another, that is, the logical output of one

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FCS 53MC5000 Flexible Control Strategies module can not be connected to the numeric input of another (black output circles connect only to black input diamonds and open output circles connect only to open input diamonds).

In the illustration shown, the Logic A module can accept only logical (0/1) input values at A and B.

If a 2 were entered into B129, it would cause the logic module to execute the A AND B function on the inputs. The A AND B function is listed in the Logic Functions table after the function code 2.

Depending on the inputs A, B, the output value would be a logical 0 or 1 value in datapoint L097.

This value can be accessed by other FCS modules that are wired to it. The value to a module input can only be single sourced (coming from only one output); however, the output value may be accessed by several other modules as their inputs.

2.3 MODULE EXECUTION ORDER

Figures 2–1, 2–2, and 2–3 on the following pages show the execution order of the modules for control strategies with one loop, two loops, and four loops. In each figure, the order of execution is top to bottom, left to right.

Also, on Figure 2-1, there are three output modules: Assign ANOs, Assign CCOs, and Assign

Status. These three modules are last in the execution order irrespective of the number of loop sequences (one, two, or four loop sequences). Notice there is an empty block before them that is an entry point from the outputs of the two and four loop execution sequences in Figures 2-2 and 2-3.

As each module executes, it generates new output values based on the inputs supplied. If an input signal is obtained from an output that is calculated later in the sequence, the input value will reflect the output calculated in the previous scan, thus introducing a delay into the current module calculation. In most cases the delay of one input relative to the other inputs of a module is not significant because the numeric signals are continuous; however, signal backtracking should be avoided whenever possible.

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Figure 2-1. One-Loop FCS Modules

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Figure 2-2. Two-Loop Extended FCS Modules

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Figure 2-3. Four-Loop Extended FCS Modules

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2.4 ASSIGNING WORKSHEET VALUES

For single loop controllers the flexible control strategy wirelist datapoint range is from B100 to

B172. Two loop and four loop controllers go to B211 and B239 respectivley. This does not include the standard parameter datapoints, e.g., mathematical constants K1-K12, etc., that also affect FCS operation. Notice, in Figures 2-1 through 2-3, the output datapoints of the modules are the L-values (dark circles) and C-values (open circles) that get wired to the FCS input datapoints (diamonds) B100 to B239. For example, as shown in the symbolic illustration below, if the Emath A module B119 numeric input (open diamond) is wired to ANI0 numeric output datapoint C020 (open circle), then a 20 must be loaded into datapoint B119. The alpha character

C

can not be loaded into a

B type

datapoint, and it is not necessary. This is because it is a numeric input that requires a numeric C-value, not a logical L-value (not L020); therefore, the 20 is assumed by the FCS execution code to be a C-value (C020). Because the Emath A module input datapoint B119 points back to the ANI0 output C020, the connection is said to be backward keyed

. In fact, the entire

FCS worksheet is completed this way (there is no worksheet list of output datapoints that points forward [forward keyed] to the FCS wirelist inputs).

An illustration of the worksheet entry for this Extended Math A module appears directly below the symbolic illustration of the ANI0-8 and Emath A modules. Notice the value 20 that appears in bold for the wirelist datapoint B119. After the entire worksheet is completed, the values are loaded into their respective datapoints in the PCS. Procedures to enter data into the PCS are provided in the

53MC5000 Instruction Bulletin. The worksheet is provided in Appendix B for photocopying. It is suggested that several copies be made of it to avoid corrupting the original. If one of the ten existing control strategies is to be modified, then it might be easier to first photocopy the prepared worksheet for that control strategy, which is provided in Appendix A. Changes could then be marked-up on the photocopy before the values are loaded into the PCS. Although it is not necessary to create a symbolic illustration before preparing the worksheet, Figures 2-1 through 2-3 can also be photocopied and the wired connections can be penciled-in before the worksheet is prepared.

FCS WORKSHEET

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT

VALUE

NAME

B119 255

20

A

B120 254 B

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C029, L099.

K12

C365

0

K11

C364

0

K10

C363

0

K9

C362

0

B121 253

B122 000

C

FC

K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K3

C356

0

K4

C357

0

K5

C358

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

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2.5 EXECUTING AN FCS WIRELIST

The procedure to execute the FCS wirelist is provided in the table that follows:

STEP

2

Executing an FCS Wirelist

PROCEDURE

1 Enter a 0 into datapoint B000 to stop FCS execution. The MicroMod logo appears on the display screen.

Outputs will no longer be updated but remain at their current values.

Load all of the wirelist values and associated module parameters from the worksheet into the PCS using any of the methods described in the 53MC5000 PCS Instruction Bulletin (e.g., faceplate push buttons, hand held configurer, MC5FIG module in 53HC3300, etc.).

3

4

Configure, as applicable, the PCS System Module (e.g., Display List), Communications Module, External I/O

Table, Trend Module, and Totalizer Module. All of these modules are described in the 53MC5000 PCS

Instruction Bulletin. If these modules were already configured, then step 1 of this procedure did not destroy their contents.

Enter a 1 into datapoint B000 to start executing the FCS wirelist program.

2.6 MODULE TYPES

There are 41 FCS module blocks maximum (four loop controller) which can be catagorized into 15 distinct module types. The 15 module types are listed in the table that follows:

ITEM TYPE

Module Types

NAME(S)

11

12

13

14

8

9

6

7

10

15

1

4

5

2

3

Status Display 1 LoaderModule

Contact Closure Input Loader Module

Analog Input Loader Module

Extended Math Module

Math Module

Logic Module

Parameter Load Modules

Setpoint Generator Modules

Deviation/Alarm Calculation Modules

Proportional Inegral Derivative Modules

Auto/Manual Switch Modules

Control Modules

Analog Output Loader Modules

Contact Closure Output Loader Modules

Status Display 0 Loader Module

SDT1

CCI0-17

ANI0-8

EMATH A & B

MATH A-F

LOGIC A-H

PLOAD A-E

SPG 0-3

D/C 0 & 1

PID 0 & 1

AMS 0-3

CON 2 & 3

ANO 0-4

CCO 0-5

SDT0

NUMBER OF

FCS MODULE

BLOCKS

1

2

6

1

1

1

1

4

2

4

2

8

5

2

1

2.7 FCS MODULE DESCRIPTIONS

The FCS modules are described in the sections that follow in the same order as they appear in Figures 2-1, 2-2, and 2-3. Each module section has a description, an inputs table, a function code table (where applicable), a table of standard parameter datapoints associated with the module

(where applicable), and an illustration of the module.

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2.7.1 STATUS DISPLAY 1 LOADER

The Status Display 1 (SDT1) Loader module allows operator push button inputs to be acted upon by the FCS function block by mapping SDT1 into the FCS program. Operation of SDT1 is explained in Section 4, Displays, of IB 53MC5000, Revision 2.

For example, by loading a 103 into datapoint B105, the SDT1A output (L103) is softwired with FCS to operate CCO0 (input is B105) and display a message on the SDT1 status display each time the

F3 push button is pressed. The ten character message is configured with the SDT1 parameters listed in the table that follows to alternately appear as one of two five character fields, such as

OPEN or CLOSE, each time the F3 push button is pressed. Before the F3 push button is pressed, the cursor on the SDT1 status display is used to select one of the eight (1A-1H) active SDT1 outputs (in this case it would be the top display line, which is SDT-1A). An illustration of the SDT1 module follows the table.

LEGEND

LABEL

SDT-1A

SDT-1B

SDT-1C

SDT-1D

SDT-1E

SDT-1F

SDT-1G

SDT-1H

A064

A065

A066

A067

A068

A069

A070

A071

Status Display 1 Module Parameters

MODE ALARM

ENABLE

ALARM

ACKNOWLEDGE

MODIFY

DISABLE

L360

L361

L362

L363

L364

L365

L366

L367

L376

L377

L378

L379

L380

L381

L382

L383

L392

L393

L394

L395

L396

L397

L398

L399

L328

L329

L330

L331

L332

L333

L334

L335

OUTPUT

L103

L102

L101

L100

L083

L082

L081

L080

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2.7.2 CONTACT CLOSURE INPUT LOADER

The Contact Closure Input (CCI0-17) Loader module generates a logic level (0/1) L-value output for each connected CCI depending on an applied voltage or the contact condition of its associated terminals (e.g., for CCIs 0 and 1, the minimum open or closed recognition time is 0.05 seconds; 1

V dc maximum = closed contact recognition level; 4 - 24 V dc = open contact recognition level.

See specifications in Section 1 of 53MC5000 Instruction Bulletin for CCIs 2 -17).

The table that follows lists the CCI0-17 invert parameters and outputs. An illustration of the

CCI module follows the table.

CONTACT

CCI0

CCI1

CCI2

CCI3

CCI4

CCI5

CCI6

CCI7

CCI8

INVERT

L264

L265

L266

CCI0-17 Module Parameters

OUTPUT

L000

L001

L002

CONTACT

CCI9

CCI10

CCI11

L267

L268

L269

L270

L271

L272

L003

L004

L005

L006

L007

L008

CCI12

CCI13

CCI14

CCI15

CCI16

CCI17

INVERT

L273

L274

L275

L276

L277

L278

L279

L280

L281

OUTPUT

L009

L010

L011

L012

L013

L014

L015

L016

L017

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2.7.3 ANALOG INPUT LOADER

The Analog Input (ANI0-8) Loader module maps the ANI outputs into the FCS program. The output signal is the numeric value in engineering units after all signal conditioning has been applied.

The table that follows lists the ANI0-8 outputs and the parameters that affect those outputs. An illustration of the ANI0-8 module follows the table. See Section 5, Configuration Parameters, of IB

53MC5000, Revision 2, for a description of the ANI parameters.

ANI

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

ANI4

ANI5

ANI6

ANI7

ANI8

SPAN

C256

C257

C258

C259

C260

C261

C262

C263

C264

ANI0-8 Module Parameters

ZERO DFILT NOBIAS

C276 B269 L416

C277

C278

C279

C280

C281

C282

C283

C284

B270

B271

B272

B273

B274

B275

B276

B277

L417

L418

L419

L420

L421

L422

L423

L424

SQRT

L440

L441

L442

L443

L444

L445

L446

L447

L448

OUTPUT

C020

C021

C022

C023

C024

C025

C026

C027

C028

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Section 2. FCS Modules

2.7.4 EXTENDED MATH A

The Extended Math A (Emath A) module executes a selected function on three input variables A,

B, and C. The function to be executed by Emath A is selected by entering a function code (FC) from the table below into datapoint B122. Numeric values for parameter constants K1 through K12 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C029) and/or a logic (L099) value.

The tables that follow list the function codes, input variables, and parameters. An illustration of the

Emath module follows the tables. Complex function codes 15-19, which are listed in the table, are described in Sections 2.7.4.1 through 2.7.4.3.

FC C OUTPUT

Extended Math Functions

L OUTPUT

0 A No change

1 (K1

×

A) + K2 No change

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C) No change

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2 No change

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C) No change

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3 No change

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

No change

No change

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

10 K1

×

2

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

FC C OUTPUT

15 Piecewise characterizer

16 3rd order polynomial

17 11th order polynomial

18 Linear flow compensation

19 Square root flow compensation

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < K1 - K2

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A C B119

B120 B C

Output Datapoints: C029, L099

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B121

B122

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C C

FC N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1 C354

K2

K3

K4

K5

K6

C355

C356

C357

C358

C359

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K7 C360

K8

K9

K10

K11

K12

C361

C362

C363

C364

C365

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2.7.4.1 PIECEWISE CHARACTERIZER/FUNCTION GENERATOR (FC=15)

This FC permits linearization of input signal A or the generation of a function based on the A input.

This operation permits the user to specify a piecewise linear approximation (five segments) of the input/output relationship desired. Pieces are specified by six ordered pairs of coordinates (X,Y).

Whenever the input exceeds an X-axis end point, the output will be set equal to the Y value of the endpoint. Values for X ordinates must be monotonically increasing. The X and Y coordinates illustated in the piecewise characterization below are configured into the constant parameters K1 through K12 of the module as follows.

(X

1

,Y

1

) - (K1,K2)

(X

2

,Y

2

) - (K3,K4)

(X

3

,Y

3

) - (K5,K6)

(X

4

,Y

4

) - (K7,K8)

(X

5

,Y

5

) - (K9,K10)

(X

6

,Y

6

)-(K11,K12)

2.7.4.2 POLYNOMIAL CHARACTERIZER (FC = 16 OR FC = 17)

Two polynomial equations are available, an 11th order and a 3rd order as follows:

(FC=17) OUT = K1

×

A

11 + K2 ×

A

10 + K3 . . . ×

A

2 + K11 ×

A + K12

(FC=16) OUT = [K1

×

A

3 + K2

×

A

2 + K3

×

A + K4]

×

K5

These equations are used to characterize the A input. Characterization is possible so long as the proper coefficients can be determined which result in an acceptable curve fit. These equations have been especially useful in thermocouple and rtd linearization over a relatively wide range.

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2.7.4.3 COMPENSATED GAS FLOW (FC = 18 OR FC = 19)

Pressure and temperature compensated gas flow equations for both linear and square root flow elements are provided. These equations can be used to compute mass flow or standard volume flow of a gas. The equations handle both perfect and imperfect gases. Three inputs representing flow

[differential pressure] (A), absolute pressure (B) and absolute temperature (C) are converted to a flow output signal based on a set of parameter constants (K1-K6).

K1 Overall meter coefficient

K2 Slope of Y factor line (negative)

K3 Coefficient in density equation

K4 Pressure bias in density equation

K5 Temperature bias in density equation

K6 Density bias in density equation

How to evaluate constants K3, K4, K5 and K6 is covered in

Technical Information Bulletin 10E-10b while constants K1 and K2 are covered by Technical Information Bulletin 10B-9 . Calculating density of natural gas for specific gravities, CO2 content and N2 content is examined in A.G.A. report number 3.

If gas behaves as a perfect gas in the zone of operation:

K4 Pressure bias in density equation = 0

K5 Temperature bias in density equation

= 460

°

R or 273

°

K

K6 Density bias in density equation = molecular weight/Universal Gas

Constant, R

If acoustic ratio is very low, Y = 1.0, then K2 = 0.

Linear Flow Element Compensation:

A Acfm actual volumetric flow

B Pabs absolute pressure

C T temperature Rankin or Kelvin

OUT = K1

×

A

×

Dens

Dens = K3

×

(( B - K4 )/( C + K5 )) + K6

Square Root Flow Element Compensation:

A Pdel measured differential pressure

B Pabs absolute pressure

C T temperature Rankin or Kelvin

OUT = K1

×

Y

×

( A

Dens )

1/2

Y = 1 - K2

×

( A / B)

Dens = K3

×

(( B - K4 )/( C + K5 )) + K6

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2.7.5 MATH A

The Math A module executes a selected function on three input variables A, B, and C. The function to be executed by Math A is selected by entering a Function Code (FC) in datapoint B126. Numeric values for parameter constants K1, K2, and K3 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C030) and/or a logic (L098) value.

The tables that follow list the input variables, parameters, and function codes. An illustration of the

Math A module follows the tables.

WIRELIST

B123

B124

B125

B126

SYMBOL

A

B

C

FC

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

C

C

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1

K2

C076

C077

K3 C078

Output Datapoints: C030, L098

FC C OUTPUT L OUTPUT

0 A

1 (K1

×

A) + K2

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C)

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C)

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

Math Functions

FC

10 K1

×

2

C OUTPUT

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < (K1 - K2)

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

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2.7.6 LOGIC A

The Logic A module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic A module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic A module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the top of the next page and entered into datapoint B129. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B127

B128

A

B

B129 FC

Output Datapoint: L097

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

2.7.7 LOGIC B

The Logic B module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic B module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic B module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the top of the next page and entered into datapoint B132. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B130

B131

A

B

B132 FC

Output Datapoint: L096

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

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FC

2

3

0

1

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

4

5 A AND NOT B

6

7

A OR NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

B

1

1

0

B

0

1

0

B

1

B

0

0

1

1

6

6

6

6

2 1

FC A

3

3

0

1

3

3

FC A

4 0

4

0

1

1

4

4

FC A

5 0

0

1

5

5

5 1

FC A

1

0

0

1

0

1

INPUTS

FC A

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

FC A

1 0

1

1

1

0

1 1

FC A

2

2

2 0

0

1

Expanded Logic Functions

OUTPUT INPUTS

A FC A B

0

1

0

1

A OR B

1

1

0

1

A AND B

0

1

0

0

A XOR B

1

0

0

1

A OR NOT B

0

1

1

1

A AND NOT B

0

0

0

1

J–K LATCH

133

133

133

FC

0 134 opposite last value 134 unchanged

1

134

134

131

131

FC

132

132

132

132

FC

133

129

FC

130

130

130

130

FC

131

131

128

128

128

128

FC

129

129

129

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

0

1

A

0

0

1

1

0

1

1

A

0

1

1

A

0

1

0

A

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

B

1

1

0

B

0

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

OUTPUT

A

1

0

1

0

A OR B

0

0

1

0

A AND B

1

0

1

1

A XOR B

0

1

1

0

A OR NOT B

1

0

0

0

A AND NOT B

1

1

1

0

J–K LATCH

1 opposite last value unchanged

0

FC A

7 0

7

7

7 1

1

0

1

0

B

1

0

D LATCH

0

1 unchanged unchanged

FC

135

135

135

135

1

0

A

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

D LATCH

1

0 unchanged unchanged

Unchanged means the value from the last execution is used.

Opposite last value means the opposite of the value from the last execution is used.

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2.7.8 PARAMETER LOADER A

The Parameter Loader A (PLoad A) module passes a logic value (0/1) from the input B to the output C whenever the A input value is 1. The table that follows lists the input/output variables. An illustration of the Parameter Loader A module follows the table.

WIRELIST

B133

B134

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A

B

L

L

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B135

SYMBOL

Output

DATA

TYPE

C L

ASSIGNED VALUE

2.7.9 PARAMETER LOADER B

The Parameter Loader B (PLoad B) module passes a logic value (0/1) from the input B to the output C whenever the A input value is 1. The table that follows lists the input/output variables. An illustration of the Parameter Loader B module follows the table.

WIRELIST

B136

B137

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A

B

L

L

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B138

SYMBOL

Output

DATA

TYPE

C L

ASSIGNED VALUE

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2.7.10 PARAMETER LOADER C

The Parameter Loader C (PLoad C) module passes a numeric value from the input B to the output

C whenever the A input value is 1. The table that follows lists the input/output variables. An illustration of the Parameter Loader C module follows the table.

WIRELIST

B139

B140

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A

B

L

C

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B141

SYMBOL

Output

DATA

TYPE

C C

ASSIGNED VALUE

2.7.11 PARAMETER LOADER D

The Parameter Loader D (PLoad D) module passes a numeric value from the input B to the output

C whenever the A input value is 1. The table that follows lists the input/output variables. An illustration of the Parameter Loader D module follows the table.

WIRELIST

B142

B143

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A

B

L

C

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B144

SYMBOL

Output

DATA

TYPE

C C

ASSIGNED VALUE

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2.7.12 PARAMETER LOADER E

The Parameter Loader E (PLoad E) module passes a numeric value from the input B to the output

C whenever the A input value is 1. The table that follows lists the input/output variables. An illustration of the Parameter Loader E module follows the table.

WIRELIST

B145

B146

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A

B

L

C

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B147

SYMBOL

Output

DATA

TYPE

C C

ASSIGNED VALUE

PLD-E

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2.7.13 SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

The Setpoint Generator 0 (SPG 0) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the setpoint track value (STV), the remote setpoint (RSP), or the local setpoint push buttons. The output priority is STV, RSP, and setpoint push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the setpoint selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L104 and L108, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C101. An illustration of the SPG 0 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

STV0 C B148

B149 SWSPT0 L

Output Datapoints: C101, L104, L108

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B150

B151

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

RSP0 C

RE0 L

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

IR0

STE0

K1-0

B1-0

C115

L118

C113

C112

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SH0

SL0

SWR0

SPM0

C125

C126

L113

B338

L108

0

1

0

1

L104

0

0

1

1

C101 OUTPUT

Setpoint push button value.

Remote Value - RSP (when SWR = 1 and RE = 1, RMT is true - lower toggle to 1). RSP modified by

K1 and B1 out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (when SWSPT = 0, and STE = 1, SPTS is true - upper toggle to 1). STV out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

B1-0...remote setpoint bias

IR0...controller span

K1-0...remote setpoint ratio

RE0...remote setpoint enable

R/L0...remote/local

RMT0...remote status

RSP0...remote setpoint

SH0...setpoint high value

SL0...setpoint low value

SP0...setpoint

SPM0...setpoint mode

SPTS0...setpoint track status

STE0...setpoint track enable

STV0...setpoint track value

SWR0...remote switch

SWSPT0...setpoint track switch

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2.7.14 DEVIATION/ALARM CALCULATION 0

The Deviation/Alarm Calculation 0 (D/C 0) module calculates and loads a Deviation Value (DV), based upon the Setpoint (SP) and the Process Variable (PV). Before the calculation is performed, the setpoint value is conditioned not to exceed the T1 rate of change limit. If the calculated deviation falls within the Control Zone (CZ) value, the deviation is forced to 0.0. This module also determines if alarm conditions exist based on the Control Alarm Mode (AIX), both alarm limits (PL1 and

PL2), and the Alarm Deadband (ADB). Results of the alarm tests are loaded into active alarms 1 and 2 (PA1 and PA2). The tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters (e.g., T1,

AIX, etc.). An illustration of the Deviation/Alarm Calculation 0 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL DATA

TYPE

Inputs

B152

B153

PV0

SP0

C

C

Output Datapoints: C119, C121, L110, L111

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT

T1-0 C117

ASSIGNED VALUE

CZ0

PL1-0

C114

C103

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT

PL2-0 C104

ASSIGNED VALUE

ADB0

AIX0

C105

B335

ADB0...alarm dead band

AIX0...control alarm mode

CZ0...control zone

DV0...deviation

PA1-0...alarm A active

PA2-0...alarm B active

PL1-0...alarm limit 1

PL2-0...alarm limit 2

PV0...process variable

SP0...setpoint

T1-0...setpoint slew rate

TSP0...control setpoint

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2.7.15 PROPORTIONAL INTEGRAL DERIVATIVE 0

The Proportional Integral Derivative 0 (PID 0) module (which is part of the CON module) performs an interactive PID calculation that duplicates the behavior of conventional analog controllers. Capabilities include external reset, additive feedforward, anti-reset windup, support of all control modes (e.g., P, PI, PD, PID, etc.), and bumpless-balanceless auto transfer. The Control Output

(CO) is determined by the equation

CO

=

PN

+

RN

+

FF where:

PN

=

[

PV when CTC = 1:

∂ t

+

DV

]

100

Pb

T

RN

=

Tr

(

RF

FF

RN

)

∂ t

0 when CTC = 0: RN

=

RF

PN

FF

PN ... Proportional and Derivative value,

RN ... Reset value

FF ... Feedforward,

MR ... Manual Reset

PV ... Process Variable

DV ... Deviation

Pb ... Proportional Band

Tr ... Reset Time

CO ... Control Output

CTC ... Control Track Command

RF ... Reset Feedback.

When CTC = 0, the output = the Reset Feedback (RF) value. When CTC = 1, the output responds with integral action based on the value of RF.

When reset time is set to 0.0, the output is calculated as follows: CO = PN + FF + MR to allow biasing of the output signal with Manual Reset.

The final value of CO is limited between the output limits specified. When limited, the integral term is adjusted to prevent reset windup.

For standard control applications, Reset Feedback (RF) should always be connected to the output of the Auto/Manual Selector module and Control Track Common (CTC) should always be connected to the Auto status output of the Auto/Manual Selector module. In this way the transfer from manual to automatic operatic operation does not produce a process bump when the setpoint and process are mismatched at the time of transfer. If Reset Feedback is being used as an external reset or for other purposes, proper operation of this module requires that it be a 0 - 100 value.

The tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. An illustration of the PID 0 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

DV0 C B154

B155 FF0

Output Datapoint: C123

C

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B156

B157

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

CTC0 L

RF0 C

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

OH0

OL0

IR0

PB0

TR0

C109

C110

C115

C106

C107

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

TD0

MR0

RSW0

PV0

C108

C111

L106

C100

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CO0...control output

CTC0...control track command

DV0...deviation

FF0...feed forward

IR0...controller span

MR0...manual reset

OH0...output high limit

OL0...output low limit

PB0...proportional band

PV0...process variable

RF0...reset feedback

RSW0...reverse switch

TD0...rate time

TR0...reset time

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2.7.16 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

The Auto/Manual Switch 0 (AMS 0) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the output track value (OTV), control output auto value (CO), or the manual push button value. The output priority is OTV, CO, and output push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the output selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L105 and L107, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C102. An illustration of the AMS 0 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

AE0 L B158

B159 SWOVT0 L

Output Datapoints: C102, L105, L107

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B160

B161

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

OTV0 C

CO0 C

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SWA0

OTE0

T3-0

L112

L119

C118

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

HML0

OH0

OL0

L122

C109

C110

L107

0

1

0

1

L105

0

0

1

1

C102 OUTPUT

Output push button value.

Control Output auto value - CO (when SWA = 1 and AE = 1, AUT is true - lower toggle to 1). CO out.

Output Track Value - OTV (when SWOVT = 0, and OTE = 1, OVTS is true - upper toggle to 1). OTV out.

Output Track Value - OTV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

AE0...auto enable

A/M0...auto/manual

AUT0...auto status

CO0...control output

HML0...hard manual limit

OH0...output high limit

OL0...output low limit

OTE0...output track enable

OTV0...output track value

OUT0...output

OVTS0...output track status

SWA0...auto switch

SWOVT0...output tracking

switch

T3-0...output slew rate

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2.7.17 MATH B

The Math B module executes a selected function on three input variables A, B, and C. The function to be executed by Math B is selected by entering a Function Code (FC) in datapoint B165. Numeric values for parameter constants K1, K2, and K3 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C031) and/or a logic (L095) value.

The tables that follow list the input variables, parameters, and function codes. An illustration of the

Math B module follows the tables.

WIRELIST

B162

B163

B164

B165

SYMBOL

A

B

C

FC

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

C

C

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1

K2

C079

C080

K3 C081

Output Datapoints: C031, L095

FC C OUTPUT L OUTPUT

0 A

1 (K1

×

A) + K2

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C)

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C)

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

Math Functions

FC

10 K1

×

2

C OUTPUT

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < (K1 - K2)

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

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2.7.18 MATH C

The Math C module executes a selected function on three input variables A, B, and C. The function to be executed by Math C is selected by entering a Function Code (FC) in datapoint B169. Numeric values for parameter constants K1, K2, and K3 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C032) and/or a logic (L094) value.

The tables that follow list the input variables, parameters, and function codes. An illustration of the

Math C module follows the tables.

WIRELIST

B166

B167

B168

B169

SYMBOL

A

B

C

FC

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

C

C

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1

K2

C082

C083

K3 C084

Output Datapoints: C032, L094

FC C OUTPUT L OUTPUT

0 A

1 (K1

×

A) + K2

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C)

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C)

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

Math Functions

FC

10 K1

×

2

C OUTPUT

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < (K1 - K2)

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

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2.7.19 LOGIC C

The Logic C module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic C module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic C module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the bottom of the page and entered into datapoint B172.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B170

B171

A

B

B172 FC

Output Datapoint: L093

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

FC

0

1

2

3

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A 4 A OR NOT B

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

5

6

7

A AND NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

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1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

1

B

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

2

2

2 1

FC A

1

0

3

3

3

3

FC A

0

1

0

1

4

4

4

4

FC A

5 0

5

5

1

0

0

1

0

1

INPUTS

FC A

0 0

0

0

1

0

0 1

FC A

1

1

0

1

1

1

FC A

2 0

0

1

5 1

FC A

6

6

0

1

6

6

FC A

7 0

7

0

1

1

Expanded Logic Functions

OUTPUT INPUTS

A

0

1

0

1

A OR B

1

1

0

1

A AND B

0

1

0

0

A XOR B

0

1

1

0

A OR NOT B

1

1

0

1

A AND NOT B

0

0

0

FC

133

133

133

1

J–K LATCH

133

FC

0 134 opposite last value 134 unchanged

1

D LATCH

0

1

134

134

FC

135

135

131

131

131

131

FC

132

132

132

132

129

129

FC

130

130

130

130

FC

FC

128

128

128

128

FC

129

129

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

A

0

0

1

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

A

1

A

1

0

A

0

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

1

B

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

INVERTED OUTPUT

0

1

A

1

0

A OR B

0

0

1

0

A AND B

1

0

1

1

A XOR B

1

0

0

1

A OR NOT B

0

0

1

0

A AND NOT B

1

1

1

0

J–K LATCH

1 opposite last value unchanged

0

D LATCH

1

0

7 0 0 unchanged 135 0 0 unchanged

7 1 0 unchanged 135 1 0 unchanged

Unchanged means the value from the last execution is used.

Opposite last value means the opposite of the value from the last execution is used.

LOGC-C

Section 2. FCS Modules

2.7.20 EXTENDED MATH B

The Extended Math B (Emath B) module executes a selected function on three input variables A,

B, and C. The function to be executed by Emath B is selected by entering a function code (FC)from the table below into datapoint B176. Numeric values for parameter constants K1 through K12 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C033) and/or a logic (L092) value.

The tables that follow list the function codes, input variables, and parameters. An illustration of the

Emath module follows the tables. Complex function codes 15-19, which are listed in the table, are described in Sections 2.7.20.1 through 2.7.20.3.

FC C OUTPUT

Extended Math Functions

L OUTPUT

0 A No change

1 (K1

×

A) + K2 No change

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C) No change

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2 No change

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C) No change

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3 No change

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

No change

No change

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

10 K1

×

2

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

FC C OUTPUT

15 Piecewise characterizer

16 3rd order polynomial

17 11th order polynomial

18 Linear flow compensation

19 Square root flow compensation

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < K1 - K2

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

A C B173

B174 B C

OUTPUT DATAPOINTS: C033, L092

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B175

B176

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C C

FC N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1 C366

K2

K3

K4

K5

K6

C367

C368

C369

C370

C371

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K7 C372

K8

K9

K10

K11

K12

C373

C374

C375

C376

C377

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2.7.20.1 PIECEWISE CHARACTERIZER/FUNCTION GENERATOR (FC=15)

This FC permits linearization of input signal A or the generation of a function based on the A input.

This operation permits the user to specify a piecewise linear approximation (five segments) of the input/output relationship desired. Pieces are specified by six ordered pairs of coordinates (X,Y).

Whenever the input exceeds an X-axis end point, the output will be set equal to the Y value of the endpoint. Values for X ordinates must be monotonically increasing. The X and Y coordinates illustated in the piecewise characterization below are configured into the constant parameters K1 through K12 of the module as follows.

(X

1

,Y

1

) - (K1,K2)

(X

2

,Y

2

) - (K3,K4)

(X

3

,Y

3

) - (K5,K6)

(X

4

,Y

4

) - (K7,K8)

(X

5

,Y

5

) - (K9,K10)

(X

6

,Y

6

)-(K11,K12)

2.7.20.2 POLYNOMIAL CHARACTERIZER (FC = 16 OR FC = 17)

Two polynomial equations are available, an 11th order and a 3rd order as follows:

(FC=17) OUT = K1

×

A

11 + K2

×

A

10 + K3

. . . ×

A

2 + K11

×

A + K12

(FC=16) OUT = [K1

×

A

3 + K2

×

A

2 + K3

×

A + K4]

×

K5

These equations are used to characterize the A input. Characterization is possible so long as the proper coefficients can be determined which result in an acceptable curve fit. These equations have been especially useful in thermocouple and rtd linearization over a relatively wide range.

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2.7.20.3 COMPENSATED GAS FLOW (FC = 18 OR FC = 19)

Pressure and temperature compensated gas flow equations for both linear and square root flow elements are provided. These equations can be used to compute mass flow or standard volume flow of a gas. The equations handle both perfect and imperfect gases. Three inputs representing flow

[differential pressure] (A), absolute pressure (B) and absolute temperature (C) are converted to a flow output signal based on a set of parameter constants (K1-K6).

K1 Overall meter coefficient

K2 Slope of Y factor line (negative)

K3 Coefficient in density equation

K4 Pressure bias in density equation

K5 Temperature bias in density equation

K6 Density bias in density equation

How to evaluate constants K3, K4, K5 and K6 is covered in

Technical Information Bulletin 10E-10b while constants K1 and K2 are covered by Technical Information Bulletin 10B-9 . Calculating density of natural gas for specific gravities, CO2 content and N2 content is examined in A.G.A. report number 3.

If gas behaves as a perfect gas in the zone of operation:

K4 Pressure bias in density equation = 0

K5 Temperature bias in density equation

= 460

°

R or 273

°

K

K6 Density bias in density equation = molecular weight/Universal Gas

Constant, R

If acoustic ratio is very low, Y = 1.0, then K2 = 0.

Linear Flow Element Compensation:

A Acfm actual volumetric flow

B Pabs absolute pressure

C T temperature Rankin or Kelvin

OUT = K1

×

A

×

Dens

Dens = K3

×

(( B - K4 )/( C + K5 )) + K6

Square Root Flow Element Compensation:

A Pdel measured differential pressure

B Pabs absolute pressure

C T temperature Rankin or Kelvin

OUT = K1

×

Y

×

( A

Dens )

1/2

Y = 1 - K2

×

( A / B)

Dens = K3

×

(( B - K4 )/( C + K5 )) + K6

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2.7.21 MATH D

The Math D module executes a selected function on three input variables A, B, and C. The function to be executed by Math D is selected by entering a Function Code (FC) in datapoint B180. Numeric values for parameter constants K1, K2, and K3 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C034) and/or a logic (L091) value.

The tables that follow list the input variables, parameters, and function codes. An illustration of the

Math D module follows the tables.

WIRELIST

B177

B178

B179

B180

SYMBOL

A

B

C

FC

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

C

C

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1

K2

C085

C086

K3 C087

Output Datapoints: C034, L091

FC C OUTPUT L OUTPUT

0 A

1 (K1

×

A) + K2

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C)

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C)

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

Math Functions

FC

10 K1

×

2

C OUTPUT

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < (K1 - K2)

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

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2.7.22 LOGIC D

The Logic D module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic D module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic D module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the top of the next page and entered into datapoint B183. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B181

B182

A

B

B183 FC

Output Datapoint: L090

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

2.7.23 LOGIC E

The Logic E module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic E module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic E module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the top of the next page and entered into datapoint B186. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B184

B185

A

B

B186 FC

Output Datapoint: L089

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

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FC

2

3

0

1

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

4

5 A AND NOT B

6

7

A OR NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

B

1

0

0

B

1

0

0

1

0

B

1

0

1

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

1

B

B

1

0

B

1

0

FC A

3 0

3

3

1

0

3 1

FC A

4

4

0

1

4

4

FC A

5 0

5

0

1

1

5

5

FC A

6 0

0

1

6

6

6 1

FC A

7

1

0

0

INPUTS

FC A

0 0

0

0

0 1

FC A

1

0

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

FC A

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Expanded Logic Functions

OUTPUT

A

0

FC

INPUTS

A

128 0

B

1

1

0

1

A OR B

0

1

1

1

A AND B

0

0

0

1

A XOR B

1

0

0

1

A OR NOT B

0

1

1

1

A AND NOT B

0

0

0

1

J–K LATCH

0

133

133

FC

134 opposite last value 134 unchanged 134

1

D LATCH

0

134

FC

135

131

FC

132

132

132

132

FC

133

133

130

130

130

130

FC

131

131

131

128

128

128

FC

129

129

129

129

FC

1

A

1

0

0

A

0

0

1

A

0

0

1

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

A

1

A

1

0

0

B

1

0

1

B

1

0

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

1

1

B

0

B

1

0

INVERTED OUTPUT

A

1

0

1

0

A OR B

1

0

0

0

A AND B

1

1

1

0

A XOR B

0

1

1

0

A OR NOT B

1

0

0

0

A AND NOT B

1

1

1

0

J–K LATCH

1 opposite last value unchanged

0

D LATCH

1

7

7

7

1

0

1

1

0

0

1 unchanged unchanged

135

135

135

1

0

1

1

0

0

0 unchanged unchanged

Unchanged means the value from the last execution is used.

Opposite last value means the opposite of the value from the last execution is used.

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2.7.24 SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

The Setpoint Generator 1 (SPG 1) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the setpoint track value (STV), the remote setpoint (RSP), or the local setpoint push buttons. The output priority is STV, RSP, and setpoint push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the setpoint selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L128 and L132, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C137. An illustration of the SPG 1 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

STV1 C B187

B188 SWSPT1 L

Output Datapoints: C137, L128, L132

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B189

B190

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

RSP1 C

RE1 L

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

IR1

STE1

K1-1

B1-1

C151

L142

C149

C148

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SH1

SL1

SWR1

SPM1

C161

C162

L137

B343

L132

0

1

0

1

L128

0

0

1

1

C137 OUTPUT

Setpoint push button value.

Remote Value - RSP (when SWR = 1 and RE = 1, RMT is true - lower toggle to 1). RSP modified by

K1 and B1 out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (when SWSPT = 0, and STE = 1, SPTS is true - upper toggle to 1). STV out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

B1-1...remote setpoint bias

IR1...controller span

K1-1...remote setpoint ratio

RE1...remote setpoint enable

R/L1...remote/local

RMT1...remote status

RSP1...remote setpoint

SH1...setpoint high value

SL1...setpoint low value

SP1...setpoint

SPM1...setpoint mode

SPTS1...setpoint track status

STE1...setpoint track enable

STV1...setpoint track value

SWR1...remote switch

SWSPT1...setpoint track

switch

SPG-1

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2.7.25 DEVIATION/ALARM CALCULATION 1

The Deviation/Alarm Calculation 1 (D/C 1) module calculates and loads a Deviation Value (DV), based upon the Setpoint (SP) and the Process Variable (PV). Before the calculation is performed, the setpoint value is conditioned not to exceed the T1 rate of change limit. If the calculated deviation falls within the Control Zone (CZ) value, the deviation is forced to 0.0. This module also determines if alarm conditions exist based on the Control Alarm Mode (AIX), both alarm limits (PL1 and

PL2), and the Alarm Deadband (ADB). Results of the alarm tests are loaded into active alarms 1 and 2 (PA1 and PA2). The tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters (e.g., T1,

AIX, etc.). An illustration of the Deviation/Alarm Calculation 1 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL DATA

TYPE

Inputs

B191

B192

PV1

SP1

C

C

Output Datapoints: C155, C157, L134, L135

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT

T1-1 C153

ASSIGNED VALUE

CZ1

PL1-1

C150

C139

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT

PL2-1 C140

ASSIGNED VALUE

ADB1

AIX1

C141

B340

ADB1...alarm dead band

AIX1...control alarm mode

CZ1...control zone

DV1...deviation

PA1-1...alarm A active

PA2-1...alarm B active

PL1-1...alarm limit 1

PL2-1...alarm limit 2

PV1...process variable

SP1...setpoint

T1-1...setpoint slew rate

TSP1...control setpoint

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2.7.26 PROPORTIONAL INTEGRAL DERIVATIVE 1

The Proportional Integral Derivative 1 (PID 1) module (which is part of the CON module) performs an interactive PID calculation that duplicates the behavior of conventional analog controllers. Capabilities include external reset, additive feedforward, anti-reset windup, support of all control modes (e.g., P, PI, PD, PID, etc.), and bumpless-balanceless auto transfer. The Control Output

(CO) is determined by the equation

CO

=

PN

+

RN

+

FF where:

PN

=

[

PV when CTC = 1:

∂ t

+

DV

]

100

Pb

T

RN

=

Tr

(

RF

FF

RN

)

∂ t

0 when CTC = 0: RN

=

RF

PN

FF

PN ... Proportional and Derivative value,

RN ... Reset value

FF ... Feedforward,

MR ... Manual Reset

PV ... Process Variable

DV ... Deviation

Pb ... Proportional Band

Tr ... Reset Time

CO ... Control Output

CTC ... Control Track Command

RF ... Reset Feedback.

When CTC = 0, the output = the Reset Feedback (RF) value. When CTC = 1, the output responds with integral action based on the value of RF.

When reset time is set to 0.0, the output is calculated as follows: CO = PN + FF + MR to allow biasing of the output signal with Manual Reset.

The final value of CO is limited between the output limits specified. When limited, the integral term is adjusted to prevent reset windup.

For standard control applications, Reset Feedback (RF) should always be connected to the output of the Auto/Manual Selector module and Control Track Common (CTC) should always be connected to the Auto status output of the Auto/Manual Selector module. In this way the transfer from manual to automatic operatic operation does not produce a process bump when the setpoint and process are mismatched at the time of transfer. If Reset Feedback is being used as an external reset or for other purposes, proper operation of this module requires that it be a 0 - 100 value.

The tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. An illustration of the PID 0 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

DV1 C B193

B194 FF1

Output Datapoint: C159

C

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B195

B196

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

CTC1 L

RF1 C

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

OH1

OL1

IR1

PB1

TR1

C145

C146

C151

C142

C143

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

TD1

MR1

RSW1

PV1

C144

C147

L130

C136

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CO1...control output

CTC1...control track command

DV1...deviation

FF1...feed forward

IR1...controller span

MR1...manual reset

OH1...output high limit

OL1...output low limit

PB1...proportional band

PV1...process variable

RF1...reset feedback

RSW1...reverse switch

TD1...rate time

TR1...reset time

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2.7.27 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

The Auto/Manual Switch 1 (AMS 1) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the output track value (OTV), control output auto value (CO), or the manual push button value. The output priority is OTV, CO, and output push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the output selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L129 and L131, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C138. An illustration of the AMS 1 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

AE1 L B197

B198 SWOVT1 L

Output Datapoints: C138, L129, L131

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B199

B200

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

OTV1 C

CO1 C

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SWA1

OTE1

T3-1

L136

L143

C154

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

HML1

OH1

OL1

L146

C145

C146

L131

0

1

0

1

L129

0

0

1

1

C138 OUTPUT

Output push button value.

Control Output auto value - CO (when SWA = 1 and AE = 1, AUT is true - lower toggle to 1). CO out.

Output Track Value - OTV (when SWOVT = 0, and OTE = 1, OVTS is true - upper toggle to 1). OTV out.

Output Track Value - OTV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

AE1...auto enable

A/M1...auto/manual

AUT1...auto status

CO1...control output

HML1...hard manual limit

OH1...output high limit

OL1...output low limit

OTE1...output track enable

OTV1...output track value

OUT1...output

OVTS1...output track status

SWA1...auto switch

SWOVT1...output tracking switch

T3-1...output slew rate

AMS-1

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2.7.28 MATH E

The Math E module executes a selected function on three input variables A, B, and C. The function to be executed by Math E is selected by entering a Function Code (FC) in datapoint B204. Numeric values for parameter constants K1, K2, and K3 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C035) and/or a logic (L088) value.

The tables that follow list the input variables, parameters, and function codes. An illustration of the

Math E module follows the tables.

WIRELIST

B201

B202

B203

B204

SYMBOL

A

B

C

FC

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

C

C

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1

K2

K3

C088

C089

C090

Output Datapoints: C035, L088

FC C OUTPUT

Math Functions

L OUTPUT

0 A

1 (K1

×

A) + K2

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C)

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C)

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

FC

10 K1

×

2

C OUTPUT

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < (K1 - K2)

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

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2.7.29 MATH F

The Math F module executes a selected function on three input variables A, B, and C. The function to be executed by Math F is selected by entering a Function Code (FC) in datapoint B208. Numeric values for parameter constants K1, K2, and K3 can also be entered into their respective datapoints, which may affect the output as determined by the function code selected. The output can be a numeric (C036) and/or a logic (L087) value.

The tables that follow list the input variables, parameters, and function codes. An illustration of the

Math F module follows the tables.

WIRELIST

B205

B206

B207

B208

SYMBOL

A

B

C

FC

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

C

C

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

K1

K2

K3

C091

C092

C093

Output Datapoints: C036, L087

FC C OUTPUT

Math Functions

L OUTPUT

0 A

1 (K1

×

A) + K2

2 (K1

×

A) + (K2

×

B) + (K3

×

C)

3 (K1

×

A

×

B

×

C) + K2

4 (K1

×

[A

/

B]) + (K2

×

C)

5 ([K1

×

A] + [K2

×

B]

/

C) + K3

6 ([K1

×

A

×

B]

/

C) + K2

7 ([K1 + A]

/

[K2 + B])

×

K3

8 (K1

×

abs[A]) + K2

9 K1

×

A

([K2

×

B] + K3)

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

No change

FC + 128 yields square root of C output

FC

10 K1

×

2

C OUTPUT

([K2

×

A] + K3)

11 K1

×

log([K2

×

A] + K3)

20 Limit to constant

(K1 < A < K2)

21 Limit to variable

(K1

×

C < A < K2

×

B)

22 Compare to constant

23 Compare to variable

L OUTPUT

No change

No change

1 if A

K2 or K1

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K2

×

B or K1

×

C

A

0 otherwise

1 if A

K1

0 if A < (K1 - K2)

1 if A

(K1

×

B) + K2

0 if A < (K1

×

B) + K2 - K3

MATH-F

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2.7.30 LOGIC F

The Logic F module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic F module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic F module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the bottom of the page and entered into datapoint B211. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B209

B210

A

B

B211 FC

Output Datapoint: L086

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

FC

2

3

0

1

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

4

5

6

7

A OR NOT B

A AND NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

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1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

3

3

3

3

2

2

2 1

FC A

1

0

0

1

0

1

FC A

4 0

4

4

4 1

1

0

FC A

5 0

5

5

1

0

INPUTS

FC A

0 0

0

0

1

0

0 1

FC A

1

1

0

1

1

1

FC A

2 0

0

1

5 1

FC A

6

6

0

1

6

6

FC A

7 0

7

0

1

1

Expanded Logic Functions

OUTPUT INPUTS

A

0

1

0

1

A OR B

1

1

0

1

A AND B

0

1

0

0

A XOR B

0

1

1

0

A OR NOT B

0

1

1

1

A AND NOT B

0

0

0

FC

133

133

133

1

J–K LATCH

133

FC

0 134 opposite last value 134 unchanged

1

D LATCH

0

1

134

134

FC

135

135

131

131

131

131

FC

132

132

132

132

129

129

FC

130

130

130

130

FC

FC

128

128

128

128

FC

129

129

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

A

0

0

1

1

1

0

A

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

INVERTED OUTPUT

0

1

A

1

0

A OR B

0

0

1

0

A AND B

1

0

1

1

A XOR B

1

0

0

1

A OR NOT B

1

0

0

0

A AND NOT B

1

1

1

0

J–K LATCH

1 opposite last value unchanged

0

D LATCH

1

0

7 0 0 unchanged 135 0 0 unchanged

7 1 0 unchanged 135 1 0 unchanged

Unchanged

means the value from the last execution is used.

Opposite last value means the opposite of the value from the last execution is used.

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2.7.31 SETPOINT GENERATOR 2

The Setpoint Generator 2 (SPG 2) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the setpoint track value (STV), the remote setpoint (RSP), or the local setpoint push buttons. The output priority is STV, RSP, and setpoint push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the setpoint selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L152 and L156, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C173. An illustration of the SPG 2 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

STV2 C B212

B213 SWSPT2 L

Output Datapoints: C173, L152, L156

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B214

B215

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

RSP2 C

RE2 L

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

IR2

STE2

K1-2

B1-2

C187

L166

C185

C184

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SH2

SL2

SWR2

SPM2

C197

C198

L161

B348

L156

0

1

0

1

L152

0

0

1

1

C173 OUTPUT

Setpoint push button value.

Remote Value - RSP (when SWR = 1 and RE = 1, RMT is true - lower toggle to 1). RSP modified by

K1 and B1 out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (when SWSPT = 0, and STE = 1, SPTS is true - upper toggle to 1). STV out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

B1-2...remote setpoint bias

IR2...controller span

K1-2...remote setpoint ratio

RE2...remote setpoint enable

R/L2...remote/local

RMT2...remote status

RSP2...remote setpoint

SH2...setpoint high value

SL2...setpoint low value

SP2...setpoint

SPM2...setpoint mode

SPTS2...setpoint track status

STE2...setpoint track enable

STV2...setpoint track value

SWR2...remote switch

SWSPT2...setpoint track switch

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2.7.32 CONTROL 2

The Control 2 (CON 2) module combines the operations of Deviation/Alarm Calculation (D/C) and

Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) modules. The D/C functionality of the CON 2 module calculates the deviation (DV) value from the setpoint (SP) and the process variable (PV). Before the calculation is performed, the setpoint value is conditioned not to exceed the T1 rate of change limit. If the calculated deviation falls within the Control Zone (CZ) value, the deviation is forced to 0.0. If the DV value exceeds parameter values that were entered for alarm limits PL1 and PL2, and the

Alarm Deadband (ADB), then Process Alarms PA1 and PA2 are activated as determined by the

Control Alarm Mode (AIX) parameter selection. The DV output from the D/C functionality is routed internally as the DV input to the PID functionality, which means it can not be accessed as a wirelist datapoint as would be the case if both modules were separate. The PID functionality computes the

Control Output (CO) signal based on the DV input from the D/C, other input variables, and parameter entries (see Section 2.7.15 or 2.7.26 for PID formulas).

When the Auto/Manual Switch 2 (AMS 2) module is in auto mode, the CON 2 CO output is forced to equal the Auto Value (CO) out from the AMS 2 module.

The tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. An illustration of the Control 2 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

ASSIGNED VALUE

B216

B217

B218

PV2

SP2

FF2

C

C

Output Datapoints: C191, C193, C195, L158, L159

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

T1-2 C189

CZ2

PL1-2

PL2-2

ADB2

AIX2

OH2

C186

C175

C176

C177

B345

C181

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

OL2 C182

IR2

PB2

TR2

TD2

MR2

RSW2

C187

C178

C179

C180

C183

L154

CON-2

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ADB2...alarm dead band

AIX2...control alarm mode

CO2...control output

CTC2...control track command

CZ2...control zone

DV2...deviation

FF2...feed forward

IR2...controller span

MR2...manual reset

OH2...output high limit

OL2...output low limit

PA1-2...alarm A active

PA2-2...alarm B active

PB2...proportional band

PL1-2...alarm limit 1

PL2-2...alarm limit 2

PV2...process variable

RF2...reset feedback

RSW2...reverse switch

SP2...setpoint

T1-2...setpoint slew rate

TD2...rate time

TR2...reset time

TSP2...control setpoint

CON-2

Section 2. FCS Modules

2.7.33 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 2

The Auto/Manual Switch 2 (AMS 2) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the output track value (OTV), control output auto value (CO), or the manual push button value. The output priority is OTV, CO, and output push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the output selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L153 and L155, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C174. An illustration of the AMS 2 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

AE2 L B219

B220 SWOVT2 L

Output Datapoints: C174, L153, L155

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B221

B222

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

OTV2 C

CO2 C

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SWA2

OTE2

T3-2

L160

L167

C190

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

HML2

OH2

OL2

L170

C181

C182

L155

0

1

0

1

L153

0

0

1

1

C174 OUTPUT

Output push button value.

Control Output auto value - CO (when SWA = 1 and AE = 1, AUT is true - lower toggle to 1). CO out.

Output Track Value - OTV (when SWOVT = 0, and OTE = 1, OVTS is true - upper toggle to 1). OTV out.

Output Track Value - OTV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

AE2...auto enable

A/M2...auto/manual

AUT2...auto status

CO2...control output

HML2...hard manual limit

OH2...output high limit

OL2...output low limit

OTE2...output track enable

OTV2...output track value

OUT2...output

OVTS2...output track

status

SWA2...auto switch

SWOVT2...output tracking

switch

T3-2...output slew rate

AMS-2

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2.7.34 LOGIC G

The Logic G module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic G module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic G module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the bottom of the page and entered into datapoint B225. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B223

B224

A

B

B225 FC

Output Datapoint: L085

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

FC

0

1

2

3

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A 4 A OR NOT B

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

5

6

7

A AND NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

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LOGC-G

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1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

3

3

3

3

2

2

2 1

FC A

1

0

0

1

0

1

FC A

4 0

4

4

4 1

1

0

FC A

5 0

5

5

1

0

INPUTS

FC A

0 0

0

0

1

0

0 1

FC A

1

1

0

1

1

1

FC A

2 0

0

1

5 1

FC A

6

6

0

1

6

6

FC A

7 0

7

0

1

1

Expanded Logic Functions

OUTPUT INPUTS

A

0

1

0

1

A OR B

1

1

0

1

A AND B

0

1

0

0

A XOR B

0

1

1

0

A OR NOT B

0

1

1

1

A AND NOT B

0

0

0

FC

133

133

133

1

J–K LATCH

133

FC

0 134 opposite last value 134 unchanged

1

D LATCH

0

1

134

134

FC

135

135

131

131

131

131

FC

132

132

132

132

129

129

FC

130

130

130

130

FC

FC

128

128

128

128

FC

129

129

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

A

0

0

1

1

1

0

A

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

INVERTED OUTPUT

0

1

A

1

0

A OR B

0

0

1

0

A AND B

1

0

1

1

A XOR B

1

0

0

1

A OR NOT B

1

0

0

0

A AND NOT B

1

1

1

0

J–K LATCH

1 opposite last value unchanged

0

D LATCH

1

0

7 0 0 unchanged 135 0 0 unchanged

7 1 0 unchanged 135 1 0 unchanged

Unchanged

means the value from the last execution is used.

Opposite last value means the opposite of the value from the last execution is used.

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2.7.35 SETPOINT GENERATOR 3

The Setpoint Generator 3 (SPG 3) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the setpoint track value (STV), the remote setpoint (RSP), or the local setpoint push buttons. The output priority is STV, RSP, and setpoint push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the setpoint selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L176 and L180, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C209. An illustration of the SPG 3 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

STV3 C B226

B227 SWSPT3 L

Output Datapoints: C209, L176, L180

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B228

B229

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

RSP3 C

RE3 L

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

IR3

STE3

K1-3

B1-3

C223

L190

C221

C220

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SH3

SL3

SWR3

SPM3

C233

C234

L185

B353

L180

0

1

0

1

L176

0

0

1

1

C209 OUTPUT

Setpoint push button value.

Remote Value - RSP (when SWR = 1 and RE = 1, RMT is true - lower toggle to 1). RSP modified by

K1 and B1 out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (when SWSPT = 0, and STE = 1, SPTS is true - upper toggle to 1). STV out.

Setpoint Track Value - STV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

B1-3...remote setpoint bias

IR3...controller span

K1-3...remote setpoint ratio

RE3...remote setpoint enable

R/L3...remote/local

RMT3...remote status

RSP3...remote setpoint

SH3...setpoint high value

SL3...setpoint low value

SP3...setpoint

SPM3...setpoint mode

SPTS3...setpoint track status

STE3...setpoint track enable

STV3...setpoint track value

SWR3...remote switch

SWSPT3...setpoint track

switch

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2.7.36 CONTROL 3

The Control 3 (CON 3) module combines the operations of Deviation/Alarm Calculation (D/C) and

Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) modules. The D/C functionality of the CON 3 module calculates the deviation (DV) value from the setpoint (SP) and the process variable (PV). Before the calculation is performed, the setpoint value is conditioned not to exceed the T1 rate of change limit. If the calculated deviation falls within the Control Zone (CZ) value, the deviation is forced to 0.0. If the DV value exceeds parameter values that were entered for alarm limits PL1 and PL2, and the

Alarm Deadband (ADB), then Process Alarms PA1 and PA2 are activated as determined by the

Control Alarm Mode (AIX) parameter selection. The DV output from the D/C functionality is routed internally as the DV input to the PID functionality, which means it can not be accessed as a wirelist datapoint as would be the case if both modules were separate. The PID functionality computes the

Control Output (CO) signal based on the DV input from the D/C, other input variables, and parameter entries (see Section 2.7.15 or 2.7.26 for PID formulas).

When the Auto/Manual Switch 3 (AMS 3) module is in auto mode, the CON 3 CO output is forced to equal the Auto Value (CO) out from the AMS 3 module.

The tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. An illustration of the Control 3 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

C

ASSIGNED VALUE

B230

B231

B232

PV3

SP3

FF3

C

C

Output Datapoints: C227, C229, C231, L182, L183

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

T1-3 C225

CZ3

PL1-3

PL2-3

ADB3

AIX3

OH3

C222

C211

C212

C213

B350

C217

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

OL3 C218

IR3

PB3

TR3

TD3

MR3

RSW3

C223

C214

C215

C216

C219

L178

CON-3

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ADB3...alarm dead band

AIX3...control alarm mode

CO3...control output

CTC3...control track command

CZ3...control zone

DV3...deviation

FF3...feed forward

IR3...controller span

MR3...manual reset

OH3...output high limit

OL3...output low limit

PA1-3...alarm A active

PA2-3...alarm B active

PB3...proportional band

PL1-3...alarm limit 1

PL2-3...alarm limit 2

PV3...process variable

RF3...reset feedback

RSW3...reverse switch

SP3...setpoint

T1-3...setpoint slew rate

TD3...rate time

TR3...reset time

TSP3...control setpoint

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2.7.37 AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 3

The Auto/Manual Switch 3 (AMS 3) module provides a continuous output signal that is derived from one of three sources which are the output track value (OTV), control output auto value (CO), or the manual push button value. The output priority is OTV, CO, and output push buttons. The input variable parameter values also affect the output, as determined by the output selection made.

The two tables that follow list the input variables and the parameters. As shown in the third table, two logical output signals, L177 and L179, indicate which source is supplying the continuous output signal at C210. An illustration of the AMS 3 module follows the tables.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

AE3 L B233

B234 SWOVT3 L

Output Datapoints: C210, L177, L179

ASSIGNED VALUE WIRELIST

B235

B236

SYMBOL

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

OTV3 C

CO3 C

ASSIGNED VALUE

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

SWA3

OTE3

T3-3

L184

L191

C226

Parameters

SYMBOL DATAPOINT ASSIGNED VALUE

HML3

OH3

OL3

L194

C217

C218

L179

0

1

0

1

L177

0

0

1

1

C210 OUTPUT

Output push button value.

Control Output auto value - CO (when SWA = 1 and AE = 1, AUT is true - lower toggle to 1). CO out.

Output Track Value - OTV (when SWOVT = 0, and OTE = 1, OVTS is true - upper toggle to 1). OTV out.

Output Track Value - OTV (same as above, but both toggles at 1).

AE3...auto enable

A/M3...auto/manual

AUT3...auto status

CO3...control output

HML3...hard manual limit

OH3...output high limit

OL3...output low limit

OTE3...output track enable

OTV3...output track value

OUT3...output

OVTS3...output track status

SWA3...auto switch

SWOVT3...output tracking

switch

T3-3...output slew rate

AMS-3

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2.7.38 LOGIC H

The Logic H module executes a selected function on two input variables A and B to produce an output. Input variables A and B, as well as the output, are all logic values (0/1). The table below lists the input variables; an illustration of the Logic H module follows the table. The function code (FC) to be executed by the Logic H module is selected from the Logic Functions table at the bottom of the page and entered into datapoint B239. The function codes are also provided in expanded form on the next page.

WIRELIST SYMBOL

B237

B238

A

B

B239 FC

Output Datapoint: L084

Inputs

DATA

TYPE

L

L

N/A

ASSIGNED VALUE

FC

2

3

0

1

Logic Functions

OUTPUT FC OUTPUT

A

A OR B

A AND B

A XOR B

4

5

6

7

A OR NOT B

A AND NOT B

J-K LATCH

D LATCH

Invert output if FC = FC + 128

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Section 2. FCS Modules

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

3

3

3

3

2

2

2 1

FC A

1

0

0

1

0

1

FC A

4 0

4

4

4 1

1

0

FC A

5 0

5

5

1

0

INPUTS

FC A

0 0

0

0

1

0

0 1

FC A

1

1

0

1

1

1

FC A

2 0

0

1

5 1

FC A

6

6

0

1

6

6

FC A

7 0

7

0

1

1

Expanded Logic Functions

OUTPUT INPUTS

A

0

1

0

1

A OR B

1

1

0

1

A AND B

0

1

0

0

A XOR B

0

1

1

0

A OR NOT B

0

1

1

1

A AND NOT B

0

0

0

FC

133

133

133

1

J–K LATCH

133

FC

0 134 opposite last value 134 unchanged

1

D LATCH

0

1

134

134

FC

135

135

131

131

131

131

FC

132

132

132

132

129

129

FC

130

130

130

130

FC

FC

128

128

128

128

FC

129

129

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

A

0

0

1

1

1

0

A

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

0

1

0

1

1

A

1

0

A

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

0

0

1

1

0

B

1

0

B

1

INVERTED OUTPUT

0

1

A

1

0

A OR B

0

0

1

0

A AND B

1

0

1

1

A XOR B

1

0

0

1

A OR NOT B

1

0

0

0

A AND NOT B

1

1

1

0

J–K LATCH

1 opposite last value unchanged

0

D LATCH

1

0

7 0 0 unchanged 135 0 0 unchanged

7 1 0 unchanged 135 1 0 unchanged

Unchanged

means the value from the last execution is used.

Opposite last value means the opposite of the value from the last execution is used.

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2.7.39 ANALOG OUTPUT LOADER

The Analog Output (ANO0-4) Loader module has parameters which allow an FCS signal to be scaled to the proper units before it is supplied to an analog output from the 53MC5000 Process

Control Station (PCS). Each ANO output value can be scaled with the following formula:

ANO

0-4

= [(C-value x Scaler) + Bias]

The table that follows lists the ANO0-4 C-value inputs with their respective SCALER and BIAS parameters that affect the module output values. The POINTS TO column in the table is used to list the input C-values from the other FCS modules that are wired to the ANO B-datapoints. Also listed in the table are the OZBASE parameters that indicate the type of analog outputs (0 = 4-20 mA, 1 =

0-20 mA) from the ANO module. An illustration of the ANO0-4 module follows the table.

ANO

ANO0

ANO1

ANO2

ANO3

ANO4

POINTER

B100

B101

B102

B103

B104

ANO0-4 Module Parameters

POINTS TO SCALER

C

C

C

C

C

C037

C039

C041

C043

C045

BIAS

C038

C040

C042

C044

C046

OZBASE

L472

L473

L474

L475

L476

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2.7.40 CONTACT CLOSURE OUTPUT LOADER

The Contact Closure Output (CCO0-5) Loader module responds to the logic level L-value (0/1) inputs for each CCO0-5. Normally, each CCO response is closed for a 1 input and open for a 0 input; however, this action can be reversed with the invert parameter (OINV) listed in the table.

The table that follows lists the CCO0-5 L-value inputs with their respective invert parameters that affect CCO response. The

POINTS TO

column in the table is used to list the input L-values from the other FCS modules that are wired to the CCO B-datapoints. An illustration of the

CCO0-5 module follows the table.

CONTACT

CCO0

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

CCO0-5 Module Parameters

POINTER POINTS TO

B105

B106

L

L

B107

B108

B109

B110

L

L

L

L

OINV

L288

L289

L290

L291

L292

L293

CCO04

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2.7.41 STATUS DISPLAY 0 LOADER

The Status Display 0 (SDT0A-0H) Loader module allows FCS logic signals to be tied to SDT0 so that configured messages can be displayed that reflect conditions of PCS operation. The ten character display message (LABLE) is configured with attributes (e.g., flashing, reverse video, etc.) using the SDT0 parameters listed in the table that follows. The POINTS TO column in the table is used to list the monitored input L-values from the other FCS modules that are wired to the SDT0A-

0H B-datapoints. An illustration of the SDT0 module follows the table.

LEGEND POINTER

SDT-0A

SDT-0B

SDT-0C

SDT-0D

SDT-0E

SDT-0F

SDT-0G

SDT-0H

B111

B112

B113

B114

B115

B116

B117

B118

Status Display 0 Module Parameters

POINTS TO STATE ALARM

ENABLE

MODE LABLE

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L

L336

L337

L338

L339

L340

L341

L342

L343

L368

L369

L370

L371

L372

L373

L374

L375

L352

L353

L354

L355

L356

L357

L358

L359

A054

A055

A056

A057

A058

A059

A060

A061

ALARM

ACKNOW-

LEDGE

L384

L385

L386

L387

L388

L389

L390

L391

MODIFY

DISABLE

L320

L321

L322

L323

L324

L325

L326

L327

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3.0 FCS WIRELIST EXAMPLES

3.1 OVERVIEW

This section provides four Flexible Control Strategy wirelist examples. Each example has a brief functional description of the control strategy, an illustration of the connected modules, and completed wirelist worksheets. Only those worksheets applicable to the control strategy are provided with each example and not the entire worksheet set of Appendix B. The first three examples also have event sequence tables to help understand the signal flow of the illustrated control strategy.

Because the fourth example is the last, it does not have an event sequence table, as at this point the user should be capable of understanding the control strategy signal flow by reading the functional description and referencing the illustration. The examples are provided in order of difficulty as follows:

Logical Oneshot

Logic Operated Switch

High/Low Selector

Master Ratio Controller

It should be noted

that all wirelist datapoint connections and Function Codes are listed in the worksheet examples as three digit numbers (e.g., 031 for 31) so that the user can be confident a number was not mis-recorded (e.g., 001 definitely specifies 1). The leading zeros are not required and can be deleted when actually loading the PCS. Also, all worksheet entries are shown in enlarged bold type.

It should also be noted

that there are two dedicated datapoints, L070 and L071, which contain a

0 and a 1 respectively. These two datapoints can be used to prime or inhibit the effect of other module input signals (e.g., if the Logic A module has an FC = 2 [A AND B] and one of its inputs is tied to L071 [1], then the module output will be a 1 [true] every time the other input is a 1. L071 is being used to prime the Logic A module for an output. The other input signal to the Logic A module is called the enable, as the output is caused by its arrival. If L070 [0] were tied to the Logic A module input and the same function code FC = 2 [A and B] was selected, then the output signal would always be false [0]; L070 is called the inhibit because it prevents a true module signal output). Other PCS database datapoints (e.g., C005) can be used in a Flexible Control Strategy as temporary holding registers for numeric values providing the datapoint is not required by any PCS functions. Examples 2 through 4 use L071 and other assigned datapoints as required.

The procedure to execute an FCS wirelist is provided in Section 2.5.

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3.2 EXAMPLE 1 - LOGICAL ONESHOT

A logical oneshot can be used to toggle a Contact Closure Output (CCO) or reset a totalizer. As shown in Figure 3-1, a oneshot pulsed output can be generated from a Logic module. Generating a pulsed output from a Logic module requires comparing a logical input from the previous scan with a second logical input from the current scan. This is possible because the individual modules are executed in the fixed order given in Figures 2-1 through 2-3. This means that those modules not yet processed in the current scan time still contain outputs from the previous scan iteration.

Therefore, if one input to a Logic module references the output from a subsequent module in the execution order, it will receive that input value delayed one execution scan. The low-to-high output pulse transition occurs when the current scan and previous scan inputs are true for the logic function being performed. The pulse remains high until the previous scan input from the subsequent module changes. When that module is executed in the current scan the high-to-low pulse transition occurs.

Figure 3-1. Logical Oneshot

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The wirelist is provided in Table 3-1, which is an example worksheet of this control strategy.

Wirelist datapoint values and associated module parameter datapoint values are shown in bold typeface.

Table 3-1. Logical Oneshot Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET: Oneshot PAGE 1 OF 2

TITLE: Logical Oneshot DATE: 24 Feb 95 REV: 0

ORIGINATOR: John Doe

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT x SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 C ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

B101 001 C

B102

B103

002

003

C

C

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

SCALER1

C039

0/1

SCALER2

C041

0/1

SCALER3

C043

0/1

B104 004 C ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

SCALER4

C045

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 L CCO0

097

B106 025 L CCO1

B107 026 L

B108 027 L

B109 028 L

B110 029 L

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table 3-1. Logical Oneshot Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Oneshot PAGE 2 OF 2

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C029, L099.

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 C A

B120 254 C B

K12

C365

0

K11

C364

0

K10

C363

0

K9

C362

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

B121 253 C

B122 000

C

FC

K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K3

C356

0

K4

C357

0

K5

C358

0

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C030, L098.

B124 077 C

B125 078 C

B

C

FC

K1

C076

0

K2

C077

0

K3

C078

0

B126 000

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L097.

K6

C359

0

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097

B128 097 L

096

B129 000

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

L

000

005

A

B

FC

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L096.

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 L A

000

B131 096 L B

B132 000 FC

000

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3.3 EXAMPLE 2 - LOGIC OPERATED SWITCH

Signal switching is built into the Setpoint Generator and Auto/Manual Selector modules, and conditional signal switching can be affected using the Math modules. Figure 3-2 below illustrates an independent logic operated switch that uses two Parameter Loader modules and a Logic module.

Either ANI1 or ANI2 are selected as the output for ANO0 as determined by the state of CCI0 (if

CCI0 = 1, then ANI1 is the output; if CCI0 = 0, then ANI2 is the output). It is assumed the CCI0 output is not inverted: 1 = closed contact and 0 = open contact. (It should be noted that if ANO1 is used as the selected output, instead of ANO0, then this strategy can be executed concurrent with the standard loop control.)

Figure 3-2. Logic Operated Switch

If CCI0 = 1, the following event sequence occurs as described in Table 3-2:

Table 3-2. Logic Operated Switch - CCI0 = 1

Step

1

2

ANI

Module

Param D

Input(s) Output(s)

ANI1 (C021) and

ANI2 (C022).

B144 = ANI1.

3 Logic A

B143 = C021 (ANI1) and B142 = L000, which is 1 because

CC!0 is closed.

B127 = 1.

L097 = 0.

Comments

FC = 128 or A NOT; therefore, a 1 in = a 0 out.

4 Param E B146 = C022 (ANI2) and B145 = L097, which is 0 and inhibits the output.

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Table 3-2. Logic Operated Switch - CCI0 = 1

Step

5

6

Module

Datapoint

C005

ANO’s

Input(s)

C005 = B144 (ANI1)

B100 = C005 (ANI1).

Output(s)

ANO0 = B100 = ANI1.

Comments

If CCI0 = 0, the following event sequence occurs as described in Table 3-3:

Table 3-3. Logic Operated Switch - CCI0 = 0

Step

1 ANI

Module Input(s) Output(s)

ANI1 (C021) and

ANI2 (C022).

2

3

4

5

Param D

Logic A

Param E

B143 = C021 (ANI1) and B142 = L000, which is 0 and inhibits the output.

B127 = L000, which is

0 because CCI0 is open.

B146 = C022 (ANI2) and B145 = L097, which is 1 because

CCI0 is open.

C005 = B147 (ANI2)

L097 = 1.

B147 = ANI2

6

Datapoint

C005

ANO’s B100 = C005 (ANI2).

ANO0 = B100 = ANI2.

Comments

FC = 128 or A NOT; therefore, a 0 in = a 1 out.

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The wirelist is provided in Table 3-4, which is an example worksheet of this control strategy.

Wirelist datapoint values and associated module parameter datapoint values are shown in bold typeface.

Table 3-4. Logic Operated Switch Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET: Switch PAGE 1 OF 4

TITLE: Logic Operated Switch DATE: 24 Feb 95 REV:

0

ORIGINATOR: John Doe

ANI LOAD INPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

N/A N/A N/A ANI0

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

ANI4

ANI5

ANI6

ANI7

ANI8

SPAN0

C256

100

SPAN1

C257

0

100

SPAN2

C258

0

100

SPAN3

C259

0

SPAN4

C260

0

SPAN5

C261

0

SPAN6

C262

0

SPAN7

C263

0

SPAN8

C264

0

N/A — Not applicable

ZERO0

C276

0

ZERO1

C277

0

000

ZERO2

C278

0

000

ZERO3

C279

0

ZERO4

C280

0

ZERO5

C281

0

ZERO6

C282

0

ZERO7

C283

0

ZERO8

C284

0

DFILT0

B269

3

NOBIAS0

L416

0

SQRT0

L440

0

OUTPUT0

C020

0

DFILT1

B270

3

NOBIAS1

L417

0

SQRT1

L441

0

OUTPUT1

C021

0

DFILT2

B271

3

NOBIAS2

L418

0

SQRT2

L442

0

OUTPUT2

C022

0

DFILT3

B272

3

NOBIAS3

L419

0

SQRT3

L443

0

OUTPUT3

C023

0

DFILT4

B273

3

NOBIAS4

L420

0

DFILT5

B274

3

NOBIAS5

L421

0

DFILT6

B275

3

NOBIAS6

L422

0

SQRT4

L444

0

OUTPUT4

C024

0

SQRT5

L445

0

OUTPUT5

C025

0

SQRT6

L446

0

OUTPUT6

C026

0

DFILT7

B276

3

NOBIAS7

L423

0

SQRT7

L447

0

OUTPUT7

C027

0

DFILT8

B277

3

NOBIAS8

L424

0

SQRT8

L448

0

OUTPUT8

C028

0

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Table 3-4. Logic Operated Switch Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Switch PAGE 2 OF 4

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT x SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 C ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

005

B101 001 C

B102 002 C

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

SCALER1

C039

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103 003 C ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

B104 004 C ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

SCALER4

C045

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 L CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

L

L

L

L

L

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table 3-4. Logic Operated Switch Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Switch PAGE 3 OF 4

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C029, L099.

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 C A

B120 254 C B

B121 253 C

B122 000

C

FC

K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C030, L098.

B124

B125

077

078

B126 000

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

C

C

B

C

FC

K1

C076

0

K2

C077

0

K3

C078

0

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L097.

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 L

000

B128 097 L

A

B

B129 000 FC

128

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L096.

B131 096 L

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B134 070 L

B135 255 L

B

C

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

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Table 3-4. Logic Operated Switch Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Switch PAGE 4 OF 4

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B136 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B137 070 L

B138 255 L

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B140 255 C

B141 255 C

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 L A

000

B143 255 C

021

B144 255 C

005

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

B

C

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 L

097

B146 255 C

022

B147 255 C

005

A

B

C

COMMENTS:

COMMENTS:

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 C STV0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C101, L104, L108.

B149 116 L SWSPT0

B150

B151

120

115

C

L•

RSP0

RE0

IR0

C115

100

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

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3.4 EXAMPLE 3 - HIGH/LOW SELECTOR WITH RE-TRANSMISSION

Under normal operation, the Setpoint Generator module is used to select an operating setpoint from one of three sources: the setpoint track value, the remote setpoint, or the local setpoint push buttons. As shown in Figure 3-3 below, this control strategy uses Setpoint Generator 0 to select an output from signal values at ANI0 or ANI1. The ANI0 value follows the setpoint track path and the ANI1 value follows the remote setpoint path. ANI0 and ANI1 may have different spans.

The Math A module provides an output to the Logic A module only if ANI0 is greater than ANI1.

The output of the Setpoint Generator 0 module can be either the ANI0 value (setpoint tracking) or the ANI1 value (remote setpoint). This value is applied to the Math B module where it is augmented by the correct span (C006 = ANI0 Span and C007 = ANI1 Span), which is selected by the

Logic B, Param C, and Param D module cluster.

EX3

Figure 3-3. High/Low Selector with Re-Transmission

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If ANI0 is greater than or equal to ANI1, the following event sequence occurs as described in Table

3-5:

Table 3-5. High/Low Selector - ANI0

ANI1

Step

1

2

ANI

Module

Math A

Input(s) Output(s)

ANI0 (C020) and

ANI1 (C021).

L098 = 1

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Logic A

SP Gen 0

Logic B

Param C

Param D

Datapoint

C005

Math B

10 ANO’s

ANI0 (B123) and

ANI1 (B124).

B127 = 1 and

B128 = 1.

B149 = 0, which enables setpoint tracking (the 0 input is inverted to a 1 within the SP Gen 0 module for setpoint tracking).

B148 = ANI0 value

(from step 1 output)

B150 = ANI1 value

(from step 1 output)

B151 is tied to a steady 1 from L071, which enables remote setpoint.

B130 = 1 and

B131 = 1.

L097 = 0.

C101 = ANI0

L104 = 1 to indicate setpoint tracking is selected.

Comments

(True compare, ANI0 >

ANI1).

FC = 128 or A NOT; therefore, two 1’s in = a 0 out.

Both setpoint tracking and remote setpoint are enabled, but the selection priority in the

SP Gen 0 module is always setpoint tracking, remote setpoint and the local setpoint push buttons last; therefore, setpoint tracking (ANI0) is selected.

B139 = L104 (1 from step 4 output).

B140 = ANI0 span value from datapoint

C006.

B142 = L096 (0 from step 5 output), which inhibits Param D output.

C005 = B141 (from step 6 output).

B162 = C101 (ANI0 value from step 4 SP

Gen 0 output ).

B163 = ANI0 span value from C005.

B100 = C031, which is the augmented ANI0 value.

L096 = 0, which inhibits B142 of Param

D (ANI1 span).

B141 = ANI0 span value.

ANI0 span value.

C031 = ANI0 value augmented by the

Math B function code 4 algorithm.

ANO0 = B100 = augmented ANI0 value.

FC = 128 or A NOT; therefore, two 1’s in = a 0 out.

The ANI0 span value is gated through the

Param C module to datapoint C005.

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If ANI0 is less than ANI1, the following event sequence occurs as described in Table 3-6:

Table 3-6. High/Low Selector - ANI0 < ANI1

Step

1

2

ANI

Module

Math A

Input(s) Output(s)

ANI0 (C020) and

ANI1 (C021).

L098 = 0

3

4

5

Logic A

SP Gen 0

Logic B

ANI0 (B123) and

ANI1 (B124).

B127 = 1 and

B128 = 1.

L097 = 1.

Comments

(False compare, ANI0

< ANI1).

FC = 128 or A NOT; therefore, two 0’s in = a 1 out.

Remote setpoint is enabled.

B149 = 1, which inhibits setpoint tracking (the 1 input is inverted to a 0 within the SP Gen 0 module).

B148 = ANI0 value

(from step 1 output)

B150 = ANI1 value

(from step 1 output)

B151 is tied to a steady 1 from L071, which enables remote setpoint.

B130 = 0 and

B131 = 0.

C101 = ANI1

L104 = 0 to indicate setpoint tracking is not selected.

L096 = 1, which inhibits B142 of Param

D (ANI1 span).

FC = 128 or A NOT; therefore, two 0’s in = a 1 out.

6 Param C B139 = L104 (0 from step 4 output), whic inhibits Param C output.

7 Param D

8

9

Datapoint

C005

Math B

10 ANO’s

B142 = L096 (1 from step 5 output), which enables Param D output.

C005 = B144 (from step 6 output).

B162 = C101 (ANI1 value from step 4 SP

Gen 0 output ).

B163 = ANI1 span value from C005.

B100 = C031, which is the augmented ANI1 value.

B144 = ANI1 span value.

ANI1 span value.

C031 = ANI1 value augmented by the

Math B function code 4 algorithm.

ANO0 = B100 = augmented ANI1 value.

The ANI1 span value is gated through the

Param D module to datapoint C005.

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The wirelist is provided in Table 3-7, which is an example worksheet of this control strategy.

Wirelist datapoint values and associated module parameter datapoint values are shown in bold typeface. The parameter datapoint values used, such as the Math B K1 value (C079) should be configured as required.

Table 3-7. High/Low Selector Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET: Selector PAGE 1 OF 5

TITLE: High/Low Selector DATE: 24 Feb 95 REV: 0

ORIGINATOR: John Doe

ANI LOAD INPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

N/A N/A N/A ANI0

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

ANI4

ANI5

ANI6

ANI7

ANI8

SPAN0

C256

100

SPAN1

C257

0

100

SPAN2

C258

0

SPAN3

C259

0

SPAN4

C260

0

SPAN5

C261

0

SPAN6

C262

0

SPAN7

C263

0

SPAN8

C264

0

N/A — Not applicable

ZERO0

C276

0

ZERO1

C277

0

000

ZERO2

C278

0

ZERO3

C279

0

ZERO4

C280

0

ZERO5

C281

0

ZERO6

C282

0

ZERO7

C283

0

ZERO8

C284

0

DFILT0

B269

3

NOBIAS0

L416

0

SQRT0

L440

0

OUTPUT0

C020

0

DFILT1

B270

3

NOBIAS1

L417

0

SQRT1

L441

0

OUTPUT1

C021

0

DFILT2

B271

3

NOBIAS2

L418

0

SQRT2

L442

0

OUTPUT2

C022

0

DFILT3

B272

3

DFILT4

B273

3

NOBIAS3

L419

0

NOBIAS4

L420

0

DFILT5

B274

3

NOBIAS5

L421

0

SQRT3

L443

0

OUTPUT3

C023

0

SQRT4

L444

0

OUTPUT4

C024

0

SQRT5

L445

0

OUTPUT5

C025

0

DFILT6

B275

3

NOBIAS6

L422

0

DFILT7

B276

3

NOBIAS7

L423

0

DFILT8

B277

3

NOBIAS8

L424

0

SQRT6

L446

0

OUTPUT6

C026

0

SQRT7

L447

0

OUTPUT7

C027

0

SQRT8

L448

0

OUTPUT8

C028

0

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Table 3-7. High/Low Selector Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Selector PAGE 2 OF 5

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT x SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 C ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

031

B101 001 C

B102 002 C

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

SCALER1

C039

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103

B104

003

004

C

C

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 L CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

L

L

L

L

L

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

EX3

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Table 3-7. High/Low Selector Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Selector PAGE 3 OF 5

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C029, L099.

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 C A

B120 254 C B

K12

C365

0

K11

C364

0

K10

C363

0

K9

C362

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

B121 253 C C K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K3

C356

0

K4

C357

0

K5

C358

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

A B123 076 C

020

B124 077 C

021

B125 078 C

B

C

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C030, L098.

K1

C076

0

001

K2

C077

0

000

K3

C078

0

000

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L097.

B126 000 FC

023

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097

B128 097 L

098

B129 000

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

L

098

128

A

B

FC

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 L

104

B131 096 L

A

B

104

B132 000

128

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

FC

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L096.

COMMENTS:

K6

C359

0

B134 070 L

B135 255 L

B

C

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Table 3-7. High/Low Selector Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Selector PAGE 4 OF 5

COMMENTS: PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B136 070 L A

B137 070 L

B138 255 L

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 L

104

B140 255 C

006

B141 255 C

005

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

A

B

C

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 L

096

B143 255 C

007

B144 255 C

005

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

A

B

C

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 L A

COMMENTS:

COMMENTS:

COMMENTS:

B146 255 C

B147 255 C

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 C

020

B149 116 L

097

B150 120 C

STV0

SWSPT0

RSP0

021

B151 115 L•

071

RE0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C101, L104, L108.

IR0

C115

100

STE0

L118

0

1

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

1

SPM0

B338

0

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Table 3-7. High/Low Selector Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Selector PAGE 5 OF 5

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C119, C121, L110, L111.

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B152 100 C PV0 T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

AIX0

B335

1

B153 101 C SP0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 C DV0

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is C123.

B155 122 C FF0

PV0

C100

0

B156 123 L CTC0 OH0

C109

100

OL0

C110

0

IR0

C155

0

PB0

C106

100

TR0

C107

0

TD0

C108

0

B157 111 C RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 L AE0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C102, L105, L107.

B159 117 L SWOVT0

B160 129 C

B161 123 C

OTV0

CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 C

101

B163 080 C

A

B

005

B164 081 C C

SWA0

L112

0

OTE0

L119

0

000

T3-0

C118

0

HML0

L122

1

OH0

C109

100

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C031, L095.

OL0

C110

0

B165 000

004

FC

K1

C079

0

100

K2

C080

0

000

K3

C081

0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C032, L094.

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 C A

B167 083 C

B168 084 C

B169 000

B

C

FC

K1

C082

0

K2

C083

0

K3

C084

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

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3.5 EXAMPLE 4 - MASTER RATIO CONTROLLER

As shown in Figure 3-4 below, this control strategy accepts two inputs: the Controlled Variable

(CV) at ANI0 and the Remote Setpoint (RSP) or Wild Variable at ANI1. The CV passes through the Emath A module unaffected (FC=0) before being applied to the input of the Deviation 0 module.

The RSP is ratio augmented by the FC = 1 [(K1xA)+K2] of the Math A module before being applied to Setpoint Generator 0. Setpoint Generator 0 is primed to pass the RSP because a logical 1 is always applied to input B151 from datapoint L071. The RSP output of the Setpoint Generator 0 module is applied to the Deviation 0 module where it is compared to the CV. The RSP output of the

Setpoint Generator 0 module also passes through the Math C module (FC=0) to ANO1 as output for a slave ratio controller.

At the Deviation 0 module, the difference between the CV and RSP is the error signal, which is passed on to the Auto/Manual Select 0 module. Output from the Auto/Manual Select 0 module is split two ways: as a required feedback path to the PID 0 module for reset action (TR) and to the

Math B module. The feedback path is active when Reset Action TR is not set to 0; it is gated back into the PID 0 module when L107 is true (a logical 1 that indicates auto, and not manual operation).

The error signal from the Auto/Manual Select 0 module passes through the Math B module to

ANO0 as the PCS output to the process control instrument.

The Emath A, Math B, and Math C modules can have other FCs implemented for signal augmenting as required.

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The wirelist is provided in Table 3-8, which is an example worksheet of this control strategy.

Wirelist datapoint values and associated module parameter datapoint values are shown in bold typeface. The parameter datapoint values used, such as the ANI0 Span (C256) and Zero (C276), are for illustrative purposes and can be altered as required. Miscellaneous datapoints, which include the display selection datapoints, are listed last in the table. The displays selected for this control strategy are Trend, CON0, and Totalizer.

Table 3-8. Master Ratio Controller Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET: Ratio Controller PAGE 1 OF 6

TITLE: Master Ratio Controller DATE: 24 Feb 95 REV: 0

ORIGINATOR: John Doe

ANI LOAD INPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

N/A N/A N/A ANI0

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

ANI4

ANI5

ANI6

ANI7

ANI8

SPAN3

C259

0

SPAN4

C260

0

SPAN5

C261

0

SPAN6

C262

0

SPAN7

C263

0

SPAN8

C264

0

SPAN0

C256

100

280

SPAN1

C257

0

280

SPAN2

C258

0

ZERO3

C279

0

ZERO4

C280

0

ZERO5

C281

0

ZERO6

C282

0

ZERO7

C283

0

ZERO8

C284

0

ZERO0

C276

0

000

ZERO1

C277

0

000

ZERO2

C278

0

DFILT0

B269

3

NOBIAS0

L416

0

SQRT0

L440

0

OUTPUT0

C020

0

DFILT1

B270

3

NOBIAS1

L417

0

SQRT1

L441

0

OUTPUT1

C021

0

DFILT2

B271

3

NOBIAS2

L418

0

SQRT2

L442

0

OUTPUT2

C022

0

DFILT3

B272

3

NOBIAS3

L419

0

DFILT4

B273

3

NOBIAS4

L420

0

DFILT5

B274

3

NOBIAS5

L421

0

SQRT3

L443

0

OUTPUT3

C023

0

SQRT4

L444

0

OUTPUT4

C024

0

SQRT5

L445

0

OUTPUT5

C025

0

DFILT6

B275

3

NOBIAS6

L422

0

SQRT6

L446

0

OUTPUT6

C026

0

DFILT7

B276

3

NOBIAS7

L423

0

DFILT8

B277

3

NOBIAS8

L424

0

SQRT7

L447

0

OUTPUT7

C027

0

SQRT8

L448

0

OUTPUT8

C028

0

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FCS WORKSHEET Ratio Controller PAGE 2 OF 6

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT x SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 C ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

031

B101 001 C ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

032

B102 002 C ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

SCALER1

C039

0/1

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103 003 C

B104 004 C

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 L CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

L

L

L

L

L

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table 3-8. Master Ratio Controller Wirelist

FCS WORKSHEET Ratio Controller PAGE 3 OF 6

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C029, L099.

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 C

020

B120 254 C

A

B

K12

C365

0

K11

C364

0

K10

C363

0

K9

C362

0

K8

C361

0

B121 253 C C K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K3

C356

0

K4

C357

0

K5

C358

0

B122 000 FC

000

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 C

021

B124 077 C

A

B

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C030, L098.

K6

C359

0

K7

C360

0

B125 078 C C

B126 000 FC

001

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 L A

K1

C076

0

001

K2

C077

0

000

K3

C078

0

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L097.

B128 097 L

B129 000

B

FC

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L096.

B131 096 L B

B132 000 FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B134 070 L

B135 255 L

B

C

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Table 3-8. Master Ratio Controller Wirelist

COMMENTS: PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B136 070 L A

B137 070 L

B138 255 L

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B140 255 C

B141 255 C

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B143 255 C

B144 255 C

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B146 255 C

B147 255 C

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 C STV0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C101, L104, L108.

SWR0

L113

0

B149 116 L SWSPT0

B150 120 C

030

B151 115 L•

071

RSP0

RE0

IR0

C115

100

280

STE0

L118

0

000

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

280

SL0

C126

0

000

SPM0

B338

0

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DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C119, C121, L110, L111.

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B152 100 C

029

PV0

B153 101 C

101

PID 0

ONE LOOP

121

B155 122 C

SP0

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 C DV0

FF0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is C123.

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

B156 123 L

107

B157 111 C

102

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

CTC0

RF0

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 L AE0

B159 117 L

B160 129 C

SWOVT0

OTV0

B161 123 C

123

MATH B

ONE LOOP

CO0

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 C

102

B163 080 C

A

B

OH0

C109

100

OL0

C110

0

IR0

C155

0

PB0

C106

100

TR0

C107

0

TD0

C108

0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C102, L105, L107.

SWA0

L112

0

OTE0

L119

0

000

T3-0

C118

0

HML0

L122

1

OH0

C109

100

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C031, L095.

OL0

C110

0

B164 081 C

B169 000

000

C

FC

K1

C079

0

K2

C080

0

K3

C081

0

B165 000

000

FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 C

101

B167 083 C

A

B

B168 084 C C

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C032, L094.

K1

C082

0

K2

C083

0

K3

C084

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

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Datapoint

A000

A001

A092

A093

F216

C318

C319

B336

C303

B017

B018

B021

B022

B023

Value

MISCELLANEOUS DATAPOINTS

Title/Comments

Entered

FCS95345

0.001667

CON0 Title

e.g., GPM

H000

CON0 Engineering Units

TOT95345

Totalizer 0 Title

e.g., 10XGPM

Totalizer 0 Engineering Units

ANI0 PV is input to Totalizer 0

Totalizer 0 scale factor

1

Totalizer 0 dropout value (values less than 1 are not added to the total)

Done to permit changing Trend 0 span to 280.

0

280

Trend 0 span to 280.

One display group

1

3

9

Three displays in group

First display is Trend 0

3

23

Second display is Single Loop CON0

Third display is Totalizer 0

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APPENDIX A: CONTROL STRATEGY

WIRELISTS

A.1 STANDARD CONTROL STRATEGIES

The wirelists for the ten control strategies of the 53MC5000 Process Control Station (PCS) are provided in this section. The resident control strategies of a PCS are option dependent: a one loop

PCS has 5 control strategies, CS1 - CS5; a two loop PCS has 8 control strategies, CS1 - CS22; and a four loop PCS has 10 control strategies, CS1 - CS41. The wirelists for all 10 of these control strategies are provided to expedite FCS generation — an existing control strategy wirelist that most closely approximates the required application can be customized and entered into the FCS datapoint locations. Even though the customized version of the standard control strategy is entered into FCS datapoint locations B100 to B239, the original control strategy wirelist that was copied is not destroyed because it resides in the PCS Read Only Memory (ROM). It is therefore still available to be invoked and executed by the PCS.

It should be noted that executing any standard control strategy will cause the FCS datapoint wirelist assignment area (datapoints B100 to B239) to be overwritten, which would destroy the customized version that was entered.

The control strategy wirelists, with associated block diagrams and brief functional descriptions are provided in the order that follows:

CS1 — Single-Loop PID Controller

CS2 — Analog Backup Controller

CS3 — Ratio Controller

CS4 — Automatic/Manual Station

CS5 — Ratio Automatic/Manual Station

CS 20 — Two-Loop Controller

CS21 — Two-Loop Cascade Controller

CS22 — Two-Loop Override Controller

CS40 — Dual Two-Loop Cascade Controller

CS41 — Four-Loop Controller

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A.1.1 CS1 - SINGLE-LOOP PID CONTROLLER

The PID controller is designed to fulfill the requirements of a majority of process applications. It is used in conjunction with other devices in a standard feedback control loop to automatically control a process variable (PV) at a predetermined setpoint (SP). The proportional, integral, and derivative (PID) terms can be activated as needed. The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A–1. Also provided is Table A–1, which is a worksheet that shows the CS1 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-1 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS1 (those modules illustrated in Figure 2-1). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The process variable input and the control signal output are the only essential signals in this configuration. The other assigned functions do not have to be configured if they are not required. The span of the feed forward (FF) input should be set to 0.0 if FF is not required.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS1:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

Process Variable

Remote Setpoint

Additive Feed Forward Input

ANI3 Tracking Input

ANO0 Control Output

ANO1 Retransmitted PV

CCI0

CCI1

Force Output Tracking (Open Contact)

Remote Setpoint Enable (Closed Contact)

CCO0 Process Alarm 1

CCO1 Process Alarm 2

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411-TXT

Figure A-1. CS1 Block Diagram

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Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 031 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B101 001 (C) 029 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

B102 002 ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103 003 ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 093 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 111 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 (L) 000 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096 (L) 001 SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

B113 093 (L) 024 SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090 (L) 025 SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

B115 089 (L) 104 SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086 (L) 105 SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

B117 085 (L) 224 SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

B118 084 (L) 225 SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS1OUT

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Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 (C) 020 A

B120 254

B121 253

(C) 022

(C) 023

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 (C) 021 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

(C) 022

(C) 020

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 (L) 000 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

(L) 096

005

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 (L) 000 A

COMMENTS:

(L) 070 B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255 (L) 112

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

(C) 030

(C) 113

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 (C) 029 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120

(L) 107 SWSPT0

(C) 030 RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 001 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

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Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 029 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

(C) 022

(L) 107

FF0

CTC0 OH0

C109

100

B157 111 (C) 102 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 (C) 102 A

COMMENTS:

(C) 022 B163 080

B164 081

B

C

B165 000

(L) 000 SWOVT0

(C) 023 OTV0

FC

K1

C079

0

OTE0

L119

0

K2

C080

0

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 (C) 029 A

COMMENTS:

B167 083

B168 084

(C) 022

(C) 023

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

A-8

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Table A-1. CS1 Wirelist

B170 093 (L) 110 A

(L) 111 B171 093

B172 000

B

FC

CS1WKS1

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A.1.2 CS2 - ANALOG BACKUP CONTROLLER

The analog backup controller is used in operations where a remote computer normally controls the final element directly. In this arrangement the controller acts as a control signal selector and as an automatic backup. As a backup, the controller will assume control of the process in the event of an indicated computer failure.

Loading CS2 initializes the ANI3 engineering span to 100.0, the CCO0 invert to 1, and C078 to

100.0. The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-2. Also provided is Table A-

2, which is a worksheet that shows the CS2 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-2 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS2 (those modules illustrated in Figure 2-1). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS2 (ANI1 is not used):

ANI0

ANI2

Process Variable

Additive Feed Forward Input

ANI3 Control Element Feedback

ANO0 Backup Control Output

ANO1 Computer Control Status

CCI0 Computer Ready

CCI1 Auto Enable

CCO0 Computer Output Diverter

CCO1 Backup Output Diverter

The PCS operates as a standard PID controller when driving the final element. While in backup and automatic, the controller continually adjusts its output to match the feedback signal from the final element. In this way the transfer to on-line is bumpless. As shown below, selection of the computer or backup control signals to the final element is performed by the controller’s CCO modules in conjunction with blocking diodes. The computer drives the final element when remote operation is selected at the controller via the R/L push button and the CCI0 contact is closed; otherwise, the computer’s control signal is diverted and the controller is active. ANO1 indicates whether the computer or the controller is driving the final element (20 mA computer/4 mA controller). Unless the

CCI1 input is closed, the controller is not permitted to operate in automatic control mode.

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412-TXT

Figure A-2. CS2 Block Diagram

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Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 102 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B101 001 (C) 030 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

B102 002 ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103 003 ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 108 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 108 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

1

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS2OUT

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Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 001 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

B

FC

K3

C078

100

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 (L) 108 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

(C) 078

(C) 030

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120 (C) 101

SWSPT0

RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 000 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

CS2WKS1

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Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 020 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

(C) 022

(L) 093

FF0

CTC0 OH0

C109

100

B157 111 (C) 023 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 (L) 001 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

OTE0

L119

0

B163 080

B164 081

B

C K1

C079

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-2. CS2 Wirelist

B170 093 (L) 107 A

B171 093

B172 000

(L) 108

005

B

FC

CS2WKS1

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A.1.3 CS3 - RATIO CONTROLLER

The ratio PID controller is used where a controlled variable must automatically be maintained in definite proportion to an uncontrolled or wild variable.

Loading CS3 initializes the ANI1 engineering span to 100.0, CON0 display mode to 3, CON0 setpoint mode to 1, and C081 to 1.0. The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-

3. Also provided is Table A-3, which is a worksheet that shows the CS3 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-3 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS3 (those modules illustrated in Figure 2-1). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS3:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

Controlled Variable

Wild Variable

Additive Feed Forward Input

Tracking Input

ANO0 Control Output

CCI0 Force Output Tracking

CCI1 Ratio Enable

CCO0 Process Alarm 1

CCO1 Process Alarm 2

The PCS operates as a standard PID controller whether in ratio or local control. The essential aspect of the ratio controller is how setpoint push button actions are interpreted. While in ratio control, the push buttons modify the desired ratio (controlled/wild) value, indirectly affecting the setpoint value. When in local control, the push buttons modify the setpoint value directly.

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413-TXT

Figure A-3. CS3 Block Diagram

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Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 102 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B102

B103

002

003

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 110 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 111 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS3OUT

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Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

(C) 031

(L) 113

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120 (C) 021

SWSPT0

RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 001 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

CS3WKS1

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Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 020 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

(C) 022

(L) 107

FF0

CTC0 OH0

C109

100

B157 111 (C) 102 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

(L) 000 SWOVT0

(C) 023 OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 (C) 101 A

COMMENTS:

(C) 021 B163 080

B164 081

B

C

B165 000 007 FC

K1

C079

0

OTE0

L119

0

K2

C080

0

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

1

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-3. CS3 Wirelist

B170 093 (L) 108 A

B171 093

B172 000

(L) 107

130

B

FC

CS3WKS1

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A.1.4 CS4 - AUTOMATIC/MANUAL STATION

The automatic/manual station configures the controller into a conventional single station automatic/manual selector with manual loading.

Loading CS4 initializes the CON0 display mode to 4. The Auto/Manual Station is shown in block diagram form in Figure A–4. Also provided is Table A-4, which is a worksheet that shows the CS4 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-4 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS4 (those modules illustrated in Figure 2-1). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS4:

ANI0

ANI2

ANI3

Auto Input

Alarmed Variable

Tracking Input

ANO0 Station Output

CCI0 Force Output Tracking

CCI1 Auto Enable

CCO0 Process Alarm 1

CCO1 Process Alarm 2

The unit operates as a standard auto/manual selector and manual loader. Transfer from automatic to manual is bumpless, after which the output may be manipulated via the output push buttons. In automatic, the signal on ANI0 is passed through to the station’s output. Automatic selection can be overridden by an open contact at CCI1. The station’s output tracks ANI3 when an open contact appears on CCI0 and output tracking is enabled (L119 = 1). The station also provides alarming, based on an independent signal (ANI2). Alarm conditions are reflected by CCO0 and CCO1.

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Figure A-4. CS4 Block Diagram

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Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 102 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B102

B103

002

003

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 110 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 111 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS4OUT

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Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120

SWSPT0

RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

CS4WKS1

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Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 022 PV0

B153 101 (C) 020 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

FF0

CTC0 OH0

C109

100

B157 111 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 (L) 001 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

(L) 000 SWOVT0

(C) 023 OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 (C) 020 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

OTE0

L119

0

B163 080

B164 081

B

C K1

C079

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-4. CS4 Wirelist

B170 093 A

B171 093

B172 000

B

FC

CS4WKS1

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A.1.5 CS5 - RATIO AUTOMATIC/MANUAL STATION

The ratio automatic/manual station configures the controller into a ratio automatic/manual selector with manual loading.

Loading CS5 generates the CON0 display mode to 5, CON0 setpoint mode to 1, and the ANI1 engineering span to 100.0. The Ratio Auto/Manual Station is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-

5. Also provided is Table A-5, which is a worksheet that shows the CS5 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-5 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS5 (those modules illustrated in Figure 2-1). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS5:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

Auto Input

Remote Ratio Input

Alarmed Variable

Tracking Input

ANO0 Station Output

CCI0 Force Output Tracking

CCI1 Select Remote Ratio

CCO0 Process Alarm 1

CCO1 Process Alarm 2

The unit operates as a combination auto/manual selector, manual loader, and ratio station. Transfer from automatic to manual is bumpless, after which the output may be manipulated via the output push buttons. In automatic, the signal on ANI0 is modified by the ratio value, then is passed through to the station’s output. A closed contact at CCI1 forces the value of the ratio to match

ANI1. When CCI1 has an open contact, the ratio value is set by the setpoint push buttons. The station’s output tracks ANI3 when an open contact appears on CCI0 and output tracking is enabled

(L119 = 1). The station also provides alarming, based on an independent signal (ANI2). Alarm conditions are reflected by CCO0 and CCO1.

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Figure A-5. CS5 Block Diagram

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Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 102 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B102

B103

002

003

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 110 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 111 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS5OUT

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Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 (L) 071 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

(L) 071

(L) 113

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 (L) 001 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

(C) 021

(C) 113

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120 (C) 020

SWSPT0

RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 071 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

CS5WKS1

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Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 022 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

FF0

CTC0 OH0

C109

100

B157 111 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

(L) 000 SWOVT0

(C) 023 OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 (C) 101 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

OTE0

L119

0

B163 080

B164 081

B

C K1

C079

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-5. CS5 Wirelist

B170 093 A

B171 093

B172 000

B

FC

CS5WKS1

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A.1.6 CS20 - TWO-LOOP CONTROLLER

The two-loop controller provides two standard PID controllers in a single cabinet enclosure.

Loading CS20 initializes the ANI1 engineering span to 100.0 and the display list sequence to incorporate a second display group (CON1). The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-6. Also provided is Table A-6, which is a worksheet that shows the CS20 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-6 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS20 (those modules illustrated in Figures 2-1 and 2-2). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS20:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

Process Variable Loop 1

Process Variable Loop 2

Remote Setpoint Loop 1

ANI3 Remote Setpoint Loop 2

ANO0 Control Output Loop 1

ANO1 Control Output Loop 2

CCI0

CCI1

Remote Enable Loop 1

Remote Enable Loop 2

CCO0 Process Alarms Loop 1

CCO1 Process Alarms Loop 2

Each loop has its own assigned individual set of parameters for operation control, allowing the loops to be fully independent. The description that follows is for Loop 1, with Loop 2 referenced parenthetically.

The input/output configuration for both loops is the same: process variable, remote setpoint, remote setpoint enable, control output, and alarm status. Only the process variable and control output signals are essential for standard loop control purposes; the other signals do not have to be configured. Process variable, ANI0 (ANI1), is the controlled parameter, and control output, ANO0

(ANO1), is the regulator signal. When a closed contact is present on CCI0 (CCI1), remote setpoint selection is possible using the R/L push button. While remote setpoint is selected, the control setpoint value is obtained from ANI2 (ANI3). Whenever an alarm condition associated with the control loop occurs, the CCO0 (CCO1) contact is closed; otherwise, the contact is open.

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Figure A-6. CS20 Block Diagram

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 031 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B101 001 (C) 035 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

B102 002 ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103 003 ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 093 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 086 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS20OUT

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 (C) 020 A

B120 254

B121 253

(C) 022

(C) 023

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 (C) 022 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

(C) 023

(C) 023

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 (L) 000 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

(L) 096

005

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 (L) 000 A

COMMENTS:

(L) 001 B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255 (L) 112

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255 (L) 136

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

(C) 030

(C) 113

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

(C) 034

(C) 143

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 (C) 029 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120

(L) 107 SWSPT0

(C) 030 RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 000 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

CS20WKS1

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 029 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

FF0

CTC0 (L) 107

(C) 102

OH0

C109

100

B157 111 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 (C) 102 A

COMMENTS:

OTE0

L119

0

B163 080

B164 081

B

C K1

C079

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

B170 093 (L) 110 A

B171 093

B172 000

(L) 111

001

B

FC

EXTENDED MATH B

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B173 255 (C) 021 A

COMMENTS:

B174 254

B175 253

(C) 023

(C) 022

B

C K1

C366

0

B176 000 FC

MATH D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B177 085 (C) 023 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C367

0

B178 086

B179 087

(C) 022

(C) 022

B

C K1

C085

0

B180 000 FC

LOGIC D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B181 090 (L) 001 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C086

0

B182 090

B183 000

(L) 089

005

B

FC

K3

C087

0

K12

C377

0

K3

C368

0

K11

C376

0

K4

C369

0

K10

C375

0

K5

C370

0

K9

C374

0

K6

C371

0

K8

C373

0

K7

C372

0

LOGIC E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B184 091 (L) 001 A

COMMENTS:

(L) 000 B185 091

B186 000

B

FC

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B187 164 (C) 033 STV1

COMMENTS:

B188 140

B189 156

(L) 131 SWSPT1

(C) 034 RSP1 IR1

C151

100

B190 139 (L) 001 RE1

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B191 136 (C) 033 PV1

COMMENTS:

B192 137 SP1

STE1

L142

0

T1-1

C153

0

CZ1

C150

0

PID 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B193 157 DV1

COMMENTS:

B194 158

B195 147

FF1

CTC1 (L) 131

(C) 138

OH1

C145

100

B196 163 RF1

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B197 138 AE1

COMMENTS:

B198 141 SWOVT1

OL1

C146

0

B199 165

B200 159

OTV1

CO1

SWA1

L136

0

OTE1

L143

0

MATH E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B201 088 (C) 138 A

COMMENTS:

(C) 102 B202 089

B203 090

B

C

B204 000 FC

K1

C088

0

K2

C089

0

K1-1

C149

1

IR1

C151

100

T3-1

C154

0

K3

C090

0

B1-1

C148

0

SH1

C161

100

PL1-1

C139

100

PL2-1

C140

0

ADB1

C141

2

PB1

C142

100

HML1

L146

1

TR1

C143

0

OH1

C145

100

SL1

C162

0

SWR1

L137

0

SPM1

B343

0

AIX1

B340

1

PV1

C136

0

TD1

C144

0

RSW1

L130

1

MR1

C147

50

OL1

C146

0

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

MATH F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B205 091 (C) 102 A

COMMENTS:

B206 092

B207 093

(C) 138 B

C K1

C091

0

B208 000 FC

LOGIC F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B209 086 (L) 134 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C092

0

B210 086

B211 000

(L) 135

001

B

FC

K3

C093

0

CS20WKS2

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A.1.7 CS21 - TWO-LOOP CASCADE CONTROLLER

The two-loop cascade controller consists of two standard PID control loops, arranged in a cascade setup whereby the output of the primary controller, based on its setpoint and process variable, becomes the setpoint for the secondary controller.

Loading CS21 initializes the ANI2 engineering span to 100.0, C088 to 1.0, C089 to 1.0, and the display list sequence to incorporate a second display group (CON1). The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-7. Also provided is Table A-7, which is a worksheet that shows the

CS20 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-7 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS21 (those modules illustrated in Figures 2-1 and 2-2).

The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS21:

ANI0

ANI1

Process Variable Primary

Remote Setpoint Primary

ANI2 Process Variable Secondary

ANI3 Additive Feed Forward Secondary

ANO0 Control Output (Secondary)

ANO1 Secondary Setpoint Transmit

CCI0 Cascade Enable

CCI1 Remote Enable Primary

CCO0 Process Alarms Secondary

CCO1 Process Alarms Primary

This control strategy provides bumpless/balanceless transfer between local and cascade control by forcing the primary output to match the secondary setpoint when the secondary is in local mode.

Proper scaling of the primary output (secondary setpoint) is accomplished using the K1 (C149) and

B1 (C148) parameters of the secondary controller. The current setpoint of the secondary, also scaled by the same K1 and B1, is reflected in the value of ANO1.

ANI2 is the controlled process variable of the secondary that the output (ANO0) is controlling through the final element. The secondary also is provided with an additive feed forward signal

(ANI3). Cascade control is not permitted if CCI0 is an open contact. The primary process variable is supplied by ANI0. If a closed contact is on CCI1, selection of remote setpoint operation is possible in the primary controller via the R/L push button. The remote setpoint value is derived from

ANI1.

Alarm conditions for both primary and secondary controllers are indicated by a closed contact on the CCOs. Secondary loop alarms appear at CCO0, and primary loop alarms appear at CCO1.

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417-TXT

Figure A-7. CS21 Block Diagram

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 138 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B101 001 (C) 035 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

B102 002 ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

B103 003 ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 086 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 093 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS21OUT

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 (L) 107 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

(L) 132

002

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 (C) 020 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120

(L) 097 SWSPT0

(C) 021 RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 001 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 020 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

FF0

CTC0 (L) 097

(C) 035

OH0

C109

100

B157 111 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 (L) 131 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

OTE0

L119

0

B163 080

B164 081

B

C K1

C079

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

B170 093 (L) 110 A

B171 093

B172 000

(L) 111

001

B

FC

EXTENDED MATH B

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B173 255 A

COMMENTS:

B174 254

B175 253

B

C K1

C366

0

B176 000 FC

MATH D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B177 085 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C367

0

B178 086

B179 087

B

C K1

C085

0

B180 000 FC

LOGIC D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B181 090 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C086

0

B182 090

B183 000

B

FC

K3

C087

0

K12

C377

0

K3

C368

0

K11

C376

0

K4

C369

0

K10

C375

0

K5

C370

0

K9

C374

0

K6

C371

0

K8

C373

0

K7

C372

0

LOGIC E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B184 091 A

COMMENTS:

B185 091

B186 000

B

FC

CS21WKS1

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

COMMENTS: SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B187 164 STV1

B188 140

B189 156 (C) 102

SWSPT1

RSP1 IR1

C151

100

B190 139 (L) 000 RE1

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B191 136 (C) 022 PV1

COMMENTS:

B192 137 SP1

STE1

L142

0

T1-1

C153

0

CZ1

C150

0

PID 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B193 157 DV1

COMMENTS:

B194 158

B195 147

(C) 023

(L) 131

FF1

CTC1 OH1

C145

100

B196 163 (C) 138 RF1

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B197 138 AE1

COMMENTS:

OL1

C146

0

B198 141

B199 165

SWOVT1

OTV1 SWA1

L136

0

B200 159 CO1

MATH E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B201 088 (C) 137 A

COMMENTS:

OTE1

L143

0

B202 089

B203 090

(C) 148

(C) 149

B

C K1

C088

1

B204 000 005 FC

MATH F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C089

1

K1-1

C149

1

PL1-1

C139

100

PL2-1

C140

0

ADB1

C141

2

IR1

C151

100

T3-1

C154

0

K3

C090

0

B1-1

C148

0

PB1

C142

100

HML1

L146

1

SH1

C161

100

TR1

C143

0

OH1

C145

100

SL1

C162

0

SWR1

L137

0

SPM1

B343

0

AIX1

B340

1

PV1

C136

0

TD1

C144

0

RSW1

L130

1

MR1

C147

50

OL1

C146

0

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Table A-7. CS21 Wirelist

B205 091 A

B206 092

B207 093

B

C K1

C091

0

B208 000 FC

LOGIC F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B209 086 (L) 134 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C092

0

B210 086

B211 000

(L) 135

001

B

FC

K3

C093

0

CS21WKS2

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A.1.8 CS22 - TWO-LOOP OVERRIDE CONTROLLER

The two-loop override controller has two standard PID control loops. Override control is used when two interdependent variables are being controlled with a single final element and neither variable may exceed a safe limit. Whichever variable is changing in the undesirable direction must be the loop maintaining control of the final element. To accomplish this, the two control loops are arranged so that both control outputs are routed through a high/low selector. The output of the selector is fed back to both loops, holding the unselected loop near the active control output range.

Loading CS22 sets the controller for high limit (low selector) override control by initializing ANI2

(C258) engineering span to 100.0, C078 to 100.0, C089 to 1.0, and B202 to 138. As a high limit override controller, the lowest output value is selected to drive the final element via ANO0. (After

CS22 is started, to set the controller for low limit [high selector] override control, configure datapoints C088 to 1.0, C089 to 2.0, and B202 to 102.) Also, for high or low limit override control, the display list is expanded to add the second display group (CON1).

The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-8. Also provided is Table A-8, which is a worksheet that shows the CS22 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-8 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS22 (those modules illustrated in Figures 2-1 and 2-2). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS22:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

Process Variable Loop 1

Remote Setpoint Loop 1

Process Variable Loop 2

Remote Setpoint Loop 2

ANO0 Control Output (Secondary)

ANO1 Override Status

CCI0

CCI1

Remote Enable Loop 1

Remote Enable Loop 2

CCO0 Process Alarms Loop 1

CCO1 Process Alarms Loop 2

The description that follows is for Loop 1 with Loop 2 referenced parenthetically.

A setpoint value can be derived from a remote signal through ANI1 (ANI3). This remote setpoint signal is selected as the setpoint when a closed contact is present on CCI0 (CCI1) and the R/L push button is toggled to select remote. The control signal selected from one of the two loops is provided for the final control element at ANO0. ANO1 is used to indicate which loop is providing the active control. When control is from Loop 2, 100 percent of output is present at ANO1; when control is from Loop 1, 0 percent of output is present at ANO1. Alarm conditions for both control loops are indicated by a closed contact on the CCOs. Loop 1 alarms appear at CCO0, while Loop

2 alarms appear at CCO1.

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Figure A-8. CS22 Block Diagram

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Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 035 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001 (C) 030 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

B102

B103

B104

002

003

004

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 093 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 086 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096

B113 093

SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090

B115 089

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086

B117

B118

085

084

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

CS22OUT

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Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist

COMMENTS: EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C355

0

B124 077

B125 078

B

C K1

C076

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

B

FC

K3

C078

100

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist

B136 070 A

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 (L) 088 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

(C) 078

(C) 030

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120 (C) 021

SWSPT0

RSP0 IR0

C115

100

B151 115 (L) 000 RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

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Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist

B152 100 (C) 020 PV0

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122

B156 123

FF0

CTC0 (L) 107

(C) 035

OH0

C109

100

B157 111 RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

OTE0

L119

0

B163 080

B164 081

B

C K1

C079

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B

C K1

C082

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-8. CS22 Wirelist

B170 093 (L) 110 A

B171 093

B172 000

(L) 111

001

B

FC

EXTENDED MATH B

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B173 255 A

COMMENTS:

B174 254

B175 253

B

C K1

C366

0

B176 000 FC

MATH D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B177 085 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C367

0

B178 086

B179 087

B

C K1

C085

0

B180 000 FC

LOGIC D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B181 090 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C086

0

B182 090

B183 000

B

FC

K3

C087

0

K12

C377

0

K3

C368

0

K11

C376

0

K4

C369

0

K10

C375

0

K5

C370

0

K9

C374

0

K6

C371

0

K8

C373

0

K7

C372

0

LOGIC E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B184 091 A

COMMENTS:

B185 091

B186 000

B

FC

CS22WKS1

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B187 164 (C) 033 STV1

COMMENTS:

B188 140

B189 156

(L) 131 SWSPT1

(C) 034 RSP1 IR1

C151

100

B190 139 (L) 001 RE1

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B191 136 (C) 033 PV1

COMMENTS:

B192 137 SP1

STE1

L142

0

T1-1

C153

0

CZ1

C150

0

PID 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B193 157 DV1

COMMENTS:

B194 158

B195 147

FF1

CTC1 (L) 131

(C) 138

OH1

C145

100

B196 163 RF1

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B197 138 AE1

COMMENTS:

B198 141 SWOVT1

OL1

C146

0

B199 165

B200 159

OTV1

CO1

SWA1

L136

0

OTE1

L143

0

MATH E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B201 088 (C) 138 A

COMMENTS:

(C) 102 B202 089

B203 090

B

C

B204 000 FC

K1

C088

0

K2

C089

0

K1-1

C149

1

IR1

C151

100

T3-1

C154

0

K3

C090

0

B1-1

C148

0

SH1

C161

100

PL1-1

C139

100

PL2-1

C140

0

ADB1

C141

2

PB1

C142

100

HML1

L146

1

TR1

C143

0

OH1

C145

100

SL1

C162

0

SWR1

L137

0

SPM1

B343

0

AIX1

B340

1

PV1

C136

0

TD1

C144

0

RSW1

L130

1

MR1

C147

50

OL1

C146

0

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Table A-6. CS20 Wirelist

MATH F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B205 091 (C) 102 A

COMMENTS:

B206 092

B207 093

(C) 138 B

C K1

C091

0

B208 000 FC

LOGIC F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B209 086 (L) 134 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C092

0

B210 086

B211 000

(L) 135

001

B

FC

K3

C093

0

CS20WKS2

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A.1.9 CS40 - DUAL TWO-LOOP CASCADE CONTROLLER

The dual two-loop cascade controller consists of four standard PID control loops, arranged as two cascade pairs, with a primary and a related secondary controller.

Loading CS40 initializes the ANI1–3 engineering spans to 100.0, C076 and C085 to 1.0, C077 and

C086 to -1.0, and the four loop control list sequence. The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A-9. Also provided is Table A-9, which is a worksheet that shows the CS40 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-9 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS40 (those modules illustrated in Figures 2-1 through 2-3).

The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS40:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

Process Variable Loop 1

Process Variable Loop 2

Process Variable Secondary Loop 1

Process Variable Secondary Loop 2

ANO0 Control Output Secondary Loop 1

ANO1 Control Output Secondary Loop 2

CCI0 Cascade Enable Loop 1

CCI1 Cascade Enable Loop 2

CCO0 Process Alarms Secondary Loop 1

CCO1 Process Alarms Secondary Loop 2

Each cascade control setup provides bumpless/balanceless transfer between local and cascade control by forcing the primary output to match the secondary setpoint when the secondary is in local mode. Proper scaling of the primary output (secondary setpoint) is accomplished using the K1 and B1 parameters of the secondary controller. ANI2 and ANI3 are the controlled process variables of the secondaries for their respective cascade loops. Outputs ANO0 and ANO1 drive the final control elements regulating their values. The primary process variables are provided by ANI0 and ANI1 for their respective cascade loops. Each cascade loop provides a contact input (CCI0 or

CCI1) that will disable the cascade if the contact is not closed.

Alarm conditions of the secondary controllers are indicated by CCO0 and CCO1. To permit selection of local and cascade operation, the remote enable parameters of the secondaries (L163 and

L187) must be set to 1; otherwise, only local operation is possible.

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Figure A-9. CS40 Block Diagram

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 174 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001 (C) 210 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

B102 002

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

B103

B104

003

004

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 L085 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

L084 CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

B112 096 SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

B113 093

B114 090

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

B115 089

B116

B117

B118

086

085

084

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

CS40OUT

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

COMMENTS:

K12

C365

0

K11

C364

0

K10

C363

0

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K3

C356

0

K4

C357

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 (C) 173 A

COMMENTS: K1 = 1 FOR C076, K2 = -1 FOR C077

B124 077 (C) 184 B

K5

C358

0

K3

C078

0

B125 078

B126 000

(C) 185

005

C

FC

K1

C076

1

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 (L) 156 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

-1

B128 097

B129 000

(L) 107

002

B

FC

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B136 070 A

COMMENTS:

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 (C) 020 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120

B151 115

(L) 097 SWSPT0

RSP0

RE0

IR0

C115

100

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B152 100 (C) 020 PV0

COMMENTS:

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122 FF0

B156 123

B157 111

(L) 097

(C) 030

CTC0

RF0

OH0

C109

100

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 (L) 155 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

B163 080 B

OTE0

L119

0

B164 081

B165 000

C

FC

K1

C079

0

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B169 000

B

C

FC

K1

C082

0

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B170 093 A

COMMENTS:

B171 093

B172 000

B

FC

EXTENDED MATH B

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B173 255 A

COMMENTS:

B174 254 B

K12

C377

0

K11

C376

0

K10

C375

0

B175 253

B176 000

C

FC

K1

C366

0

K2

C367

0

K3

C368

0

K4

C369

0

MATH D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B177 085 (C) 209 A

COMMENTS: K1 = 1 FOR C085, K2 = -1 FOR C086

K5

C370

0

B178 086

B179 087

(C) 220

(C) 221

B

C K1

C085

1

B180 000 005 FC

LOGIC D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B181 090 (L) 180 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C086

-1

B182 090

B183 000

(L) 132

002

B

FC

K3

C087

0

K9

C374

0

K6

C371

0

K8

C373

0

K7

C372

0

LOGIC E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B184 091 A

COMMENTS:

B185 091

B186 000

B

FC

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B187 164 (C) 021 STV1

COMMENTS:

B188 140

B189 156

(L) 090 SWSPT1

RSP1 IR1

C151

100

B190 139 RE1

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B191 136 (C) 021 PV1

COMMENTS:

B192 137 SP1

STE1

L142

0

T1-1

C153

0

CZ1

C150

0

PID 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B193 157 DV1

COMMENTS:

B194 158

B195 147

FF1

CTC1 (L) 090

(C) 034

OH1

C145

100

B196 163 RF1

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B197 138 (L) 179 AE1

COMMENTS:

B198 141 SWOVT1

OL1

C146

0

B199 165

B200 159

OTV1

CO1

SWA1

L136

0

MATH E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B201 088 A

COMMENTS:

OTE1

L143

0

B202 089

B203 090

B204 000

B

C

FC

K1

C088

0

K2

C089

0

K1-1

C149

1

IR1

C151

100

T3-1

C154

0

K3

C090

0

B1-1

C148

0

SH1

C161

100

PL1-1

C139

100

PL2-1

C140

0

ADB1

C141

2

PB1

C142

100

HML1

L146

1

TR1

C143

0

OH1

C145

100

SL1

C162

0

SWR1

L137

0

SPM1

B343

0

AIX1

B340

1

PV1

C136

0

TD1

C144

0

RSW1

L130

1

MR1

C147

50

OL1

C146

0

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

MATH F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B205 091 A

COMMENTS:

B206 092

B207 093

B

C K1

C091

0

B208 000 FC

LOGIC F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B209 086 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C092

0

B210 086

B211 000

B

FC

K3

C093

0

SETPOINT GENERATOR 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B212 200 STV2

COMMENTS:

B213 164

B214 192 (C) 102

SWSPT2

RSP2 IR2

C187

100

STE2

L166

0

B215 163 (L) 000 RE2

CONTROL 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B216 172 (C) 022 PV2

COMMENTS:

B217 173 SP2

RSW2

L154

1

MR2

C183

50

B218 194 FF2 T1-2

C189

0

CZ2

C186

0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B219 162 AE2

COMMENTS:

B220 165

B221 201

B222 195

SWOVT2

OTV2

CO2

SWA2

L160

0

OTE2

L167

0

K1-2

C185

1

TD2

C180

0

PL1-2

C175

100

TR2

C179

0

PL2-2

C176

0

PB2

C178

100

ADB2

C177

2

T3-2

C190

0

B1-2

B184

HML2

L170

1

SH2

C197

100

OH2

C181

100

SL2

C198

0

SWR2

L161

0

SPM2

B348

0

IR2

C187

100

AIX2

B345

1

OL2

C182

0

OL2

C182

0

OH2

C181

100

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Table A-9. CS40 Wirelist

LOGIC G

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B223 085 (L) 158 A

COMMENTS:

B224 085

B225 000

(L) 159

001

B

FC

SETPOINT GENERATOR 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B226 236 STV3

COMMENTS:

B227 188 SWSPT3

B228 228

B229 187

(C) 138

(L) 001

RSP3

RE3

IR3

C223

100

STE3

L190

0

CONTROL 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B230 208 (C) 023 PV3

COMMENTS:

B231 209 SP3

RSW3

L178

1

MR3

C219

50

B232 230 FF3 T1-3

C225

0

CZ3

C222

0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B233 186 AE3

COMMENTS:

B234 189 SWOVT3

B235 237

B236 231

OTV3

CO3

SWA3

L184

0

LOGIC H

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B237 084 (L) 182 A

COMMENTS:

OTE3

L191

0

B238 084

B239 000

(L) 183

001

B

FC

K1-3

C221

1

TD3

C216

0

PL1-3

C211

100

TR3

C215

0

PL2-3

C212

0

PB3

C214

100

ADB3

C213

2

T3-3

C226

0

B1-3

C220

0

HML3

L194

1

SH3

C233

100

OH3

C217

100

SL3

C234

0

SWR3

L185

0

SPM3

B353

0

IR3

C223

100

AIX3

B350

1

OL3

C218

0

OL3

C218

0

OH3

C217

100

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A.1.10 CS41 - FOUR-LOOP CONTROLLER

The four-loop controller provides four independent PID controllers. Loading CS41 initializes the

ANI1–7 engineering spans to 100.0, and the display list is modified to the four-loop sequence. The control scheme is shown in block diagram form in Figure A–10. Also provided is Table A-10, which is a worksheet that shows the CS41 wirelist connections; wirelist datapoints not connected are left at default. Table A-10 is partitioned by FCS module type applicable to CS41 (those modules in Figures 2-1 through 2-3). The datapoint parameters for each module are shown with their default values.

The following I/O assignments result from loading CS41:

ANI0

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

ANI4

Process Variable Loop 1

Process Variable Loop 2

Remote Setpoint Loop 1

Remote Setpoint Loop 2

Process Variable Loop 3

ANI5

ANI6

ANI7

Process Variable Loop 4

Remote Setpoint Loop 3

Remote Setpoint Loop 4

ANO0 ControlOutput Loop 1

ANO1 ControlOutput Loop 2

ANO2 ControlOutput Loop 3

ANO3 ControlOutput Loop 4

CCI0

CCI1

CCI2

CCI3

CCI4

CCI5

CCI6

CCI7

CCO0

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

Remote Setpoint Enable Loop 1

Remote Setpoint Enable Loop 2

Remote Setpoint Enable Loop 3

Remote Setpoint Enable Loop 4

Force Fallback Loop 1

Force Fallback Loop 2

Force Fallback Loop 3

Force Fallback Loop 4

Process Alarms Loop 1

Process Alarms Loop 2

Process Alarms Loop 3

Process Alarms Loop 4

Each loop contains an individual set of parameters that dictates its operation. This allows the loops to be fully independent. The description that follows is for Loop 1, with Loops 2, 3, and 4 referenced parenthetically.

The input/output configuration for all loops is the same: process variable, remote setpoint, remote setpoint enable, control output, force fallback, and process alarms. Only the process variable and control output signals are essential for standard loop control purposes; the other signals do not have to be configured. Process variable ANI0 (ANI1, ANI4, ANI5) is the controlled parameter, and control output ANO0 (ANO1, ANO2, ANO3) is the regulator signal. When a closed contact is present on CCI0 (CCI1, CCI2, CCI3), remote setpoint selection is possible using the R/L push buttons.

When an open contact is present on CC14 (CC15, CC16, CC17), the output and setpoint are forced to fallback values contained in the OTV and STV parameters of the CON modules when the applicable enabling parameters are set. While remote setpoint is selected, the control setpoint value is obtained from ANI2 (ANI3, ANI6, ANI7). Whenever an alarm condition associated with the control loop occurs, the contact CCO0 (CCO1, CCO2, CCO3) is closed; otherwise, the contact is open.

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Figure A-10. CS41 Block Diagram

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Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist

ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT) x (SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 (C) 102 ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001 (C) 138 ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

BIAS0

C038

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

B102 002 (C) 174 ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

B103 003 (C) 210 ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

B104 004 ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS3

C044

0/1

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 (L) 093 CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

(L) 086

(L) 085

(L) 084

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist

SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 SDT-0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

B112 096 SDT-0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

B113 093

B114

B115

B116

090

089

086

SDT-0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

SDT-0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT-0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

SDT-0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

B117 085

B118 084

SDT-0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT-0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

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Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 A

COMMENTS:

B120 254

B121 253

B

C K1

C354

0

B122 000 FC

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 A

COMMENTS:

B124 077 B

K2

C355

0

B125 078

B126 000

C

FC

K1

C076

0

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C077

0

B128 097

B129 000

B

FC

K3

C078

0

K12

C365

0

K3

C356

0

K11

C364

0

K4

C357

0

K10

C363

0

K5

C358

0

K9

C362

0

K6

C359

0

K8

C361

0

K7

C360

0

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 A

COMMENTS:

B131 096

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 A

COMMENTS:

B134 070

B135 255

B

C

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Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B136 070 A

COMMENTS:

B137 070

B138 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 A

COMMENTS:

B140 255

B141 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 A

COMMENTS:

B143 255

B144 255

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 A

COMMENTS:

B146 255

B147 255

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 STV0

COMMENTS:

B149 116

B150 120

B151 115

(L) 004

(C) 022

(L) 000

SWSPT0

RSP0

RE0

IR0

C115

100

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

SWR0

L113

0

SPM0

B338

0

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Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B152 100 (C) 020 PV0

COMMENTS:

B153 101 SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 DV0

COMMENTS:

B155 122 FF0

B156 123

B157 111

(L) 107

(C) 102

CTC0

RF0

OH0

C109

100

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 AE0

COMMENTS:

OL0

C110

0

B159 117

B160 129

(L) 004 SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

B161 123 CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 A

COMMENTS:

B163 080 B

OTE0

L119

0

B164 081

B165 000

C

FC

K1

C079

0

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C080

0

B167 083

B168 084

B169 000

B

C

FC

K1

C082

0

K2

C083

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

IR0

C155

0

T3-0

C118

0

K3

C081

0

K3

C084

0

PB0

C106

100

HML0

L122

1

TR0

C107

0

OH0

C109

100

AIX0

B335

1

PV0

C100

0

TD0

C108

0

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

OL0

C110

0

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Table A-10. CS41 Wirelist

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B170 093 (L) 110 A

COMMENTS:

B171 093

B172 000

(L) 111

001

B

FC

EXTENDED MATH B

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B173 255 A

COMMENTS:

B174 254 B

B175 253

B176 000

C

FC

K1

C366

0

MATH D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B177 085 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C367

0

B178 086

B179 087

B

C K1

C085

0

B180 000 FC

LOGIC D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B181 090 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C086

0

B182 090

B183 000

B

FC

K3

C087

0

K12

C377

0

K3

C368

0

K11

C376

0

K4

C369

0

K10

C375

0

K5

C370

0

K9

C374

0

K6

C371

0

K8

C373

0

K7

C372

0

LOGIC E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B184 091 A

COMMENTS:

B185 091

B186 000

B

FC

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SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B187 164 STV1

COMMENTS:

B188 140

B189 156

(L) 005 SWSPT1

(C) 023 RSP1 IR1

C151

100

B190 139 (L) 001 RE1

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B191 136 (C) 021 PV1

COMMENTS:

B192 137 SP1

STE1

L142

0

T1-1

C153

0

CZ1

C150

0

PID 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B193 157 DV1

COMMENTS:

B194 158

B195 147

FF1

CTC1 (L) 131

(C) 138

OH1

C145

100

B196 163 RF1

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B197 138 AE1

COMMENTS:

B198 141 (L) 005 SWOVT1

OL1

C146

0

B199 165

B200 159

OTV1

CO1

SWA1

L136

0

MATH E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B201 088 A

COMMENTS:

OTE1

L143

0

B202 089

B203 090

B204 000

B

C

FC

K1

C088

0

K2

C089

0

K1-1

C149

1

IR1

C151

100

T3-1

C154

0

K3

C090

0

B1-1

C148

0

SH1

C161

100

PL1-1

C139

100

PL2-1

C140

0

ADB1

C141

2

PB1

C142

100

HML1

L146

1

TR1

C143

0

OH1

C145

100

SL1

C162

0

SWR1

L137

0

SPM1

B343

0

AIX1

B340

1

PV1

C136

0

TD1

C144

0

RSW1

L130

1

MR1

C147

50

OL1

C146

0

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MATH F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B205 091 A

COMMENTS:

B206 092

B207 093

B

C K1

C091

0

B208 000 FC

LOGIC F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B209 086 (L) 134 A

COMMENTS:

K2

C092

0

B210 086

B211 000

(L) 135

001

B

FC

K3

C093

0

SETPOINT GENERATOR 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B212 200 STV2

COMMENTS:

B213 164

B214 192

(L) 006 SWSPT2

(C) 026 RSP2 IR2

C187

100

STE2

L166

0

B215 163 (L) 002 RE2

CONTROL 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B216 172 (C) 024 PV2

COMMENTS:

B217 173 SP2

RSW2

L154

1

MR2

C183

50

B218 194 FF2 T1-2

C189

0

CZ2

C186

0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B219 162 AE2

COMMENTS:

B220 165

B221 201

B222 195

(L) 006 SWOVT2

OTV2

CO2

SWA2

L160

0

OTE2

L167

0

K1-2

C185

1

TD2

C180

0

PL1-2

C175

100

TR2

C179

0

PL2-2

C176

0

PB2

C178

100

ADB2

C177

2

T3-2

C190

0

B1-2

B184

HML2

L170

1

SH2

C197

100

OH2

C181

100

SL2

C198

0

SWR2

L161

0

SPM2

B348

0

IR2

C187

100

AIX2

B345

1

OL2

C182

0

OL2

C182

0

OH2

C181

100

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LOGIC G

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B223 085 (L) 158 A

COMMENTS:

B224 085

B225 000

(L) 159

001

B

FC

SETPOINT GENERATOR 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B226 236 STV3

COMMENTS:

B227 188 (L) 007 SWSPT3

B228 228

B229 187

(C) 027

(L) 003

RSP3

RE3

IR3

C223

100

STE3

L190

0

CONTROL 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B230 208 (C) 025 PV3

COMMENTS:

B231 209 SP3

RSW3

L178

1

MR3

C219

50

B232 230 FF3 T1-3

C225

0

CZ3

C222

0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B233 186 AE3

COMMENTS:

B234 189 (L) 007 SWOVT3

B235 237

B236 231

OTV3

CO3

SWA3

L184

0

LOGIC H

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B237 084 (L) 182 A

COMMENTS:

OTE3

L191

0

B238 084

B239 000

(L) 183

001

B

FC

K1-3

C221

1

TD3

C216

0

PL1-3

C211

100

TR3

C215

0

PL2-3

C212

0

PB3

C214

100

ADB3

C213

2

T3-3

C226

0

B1-3

C220

0

HML3

L194

1

SH3

C233

100

OH3

C217

100

SL3

C234

0

SWR3

L185

0

SPM3

B353

0

IR3

C223

100

AIX3

B350

1

OL3

C218

0

OL3

C218

0

OH3

C217

100

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Appendix B. Master Worksheets

APPENDIX B: MASTER WORKSHEETS

This appendix contains blank master worksheets for photocopying. Entries are not made on the master worksheets. FCS wirelist entries are entered on the applicable photocopied worksheets, as determined by the FCS modules used to build the control strategy (it is not necessary to make photocopies of all of the master worksheets to build a Flexible Control Strategy).

The master worksheets presented in this section contain the input modules (ANI, CCI, and SDT1,) followed by the other FCS modules in datapoint numeric order (e.g., B100 through B239). The input modules do not have any assigned FCS datapoints, as they are the modules that initially accept signals external to the PCS. It is their outputs that are connected to the input datapoints of the other FCS modules.

The FCS module order presented in the master worksheets is as follows:

Applicable

Loop Number

1, 2, 4

1, 2, 4

1, 2, 4

1, 2, 4

1, 2, 4

1 ,2, 4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1, 2, 4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

Datapoint

Range

FCS Module

N/A ANI Load Input

N/A CCI Load Input

N/A SDT1 Load Input

B100 - B104 ANO Load Output

B105 - B110 CCO Load Output

B111 - B118 SDT0 Load Output

B119 - B122 Extended Math A

B123 - B126 Math A

B127 - B129 Logic A

B130 - B132 Logic B

B133 - B135 Parameter Loader A

B136 - B138 Parameter Loader B

B139 - B141 Parameter Loader C

B142 - B144 Parameter Loader D

B145 - B147 Parameter Loader E

B148 - B151 Setpoint Generator 0

B152 & B153 Deviation/Alarm 0

B154 - B157 PID 0

B158 - B161 Auto/Manual Switch 0

B162 - B165 Math B

B166 - B169 Math C

B170 - B172 Logic C

B173 - B176 Extended Math B

B177 - B180 Math D

B181 - B183 Logic D

B184 - B186 Logic E

B187 - B190 Setpoint Generator 1

B191 & B192 Deviation/Alarm 1

B193 - B196 PID 1

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Applicable

Loop Number

1, 2, 4

4

4

4

4

2

2

2

2

4

4

4

4

Datapoint

Range

FCS Module

B197 - B200 Auto/Manual Switch 1

B201 - B204 Math E

B205 - B208 Math F

B209 - B211 Logic F

B212 - B215 Setpoint Generator 2

B216 - B218 Control 2

B219 - B222 Auto/Manual Switch 2

B223 - B225 Logic G

B226 - B229 Setpoint Generator 3

B230 - B232 Control 3

B233 - B236 Auto/Manual Switch 3

B237 - B239 Logic H

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ANI LOAD INPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

N/A N/A N/A ANI0

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

ANI1

ANI2

ANI3

ANI4

ANI5

ANI6

ANI7

ANI8

SPAN4

C260

0

SPAN5

C261

0

SPAN6

C262

0

SPAN7

C263

0

SPAN8

C264

0

SPAN0

C256

100

SPAN1

C257

0

SPAN2

C258

0

SPAN3

C259

0

ZERO4

C280

0

ZERO5

C281

0

ZERO6

C282

0

ZERO7

C283

0

ZERO8

C284

0

ZERO0

C276

0

ZERO1

C277

0

ZERO2

C278

0

ZERO3

C279

0

DFILT0

B269

3

NOBIAS0

L416

0

DFILT1

B270

3

NOBIAS1

L417

0

DFILT2

B271

3

NOBIAS2

L418

0

SQRT0

L440

0

OUTPUT0

C020

0

SQRT1

L441

0

OUTPUT1

C021

0

SQRT2

L442

0

OUTPUT2

C022

0

DFILT3

B272

3

NOBIAS3

L419

0

SQRT3

L443

0

OUTPUT3

C023

0

DFILT4

B273

3

NOBIAS4

L420

0

DFILT5

B274

3

NOBIAS5

L421

0

DFILT6

B275

3

NOBIAS6

L422

0

SQRT4

L444

0

OUTPUT4

C024

0

SQRT5

L445

0

OUTPUT5

C025

0

SQRT6

L446

0

OUTPUT6

C026

0

DFILT7

B276

3

NOBIAS7

L423

0

DFILT8

B277

3

NOBIAS8

L424

0

SQRT7

L447

0

OUTPUT7

C027

0

SQRT8

L448

0

OUTPUT8

C028

0

N/A — Not applicable

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CCI LOAD INPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

N/A N/A N/A CCI0

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

CCI1

CCI2

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

CCI3

CCI4

CCI5

CCI6

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

CCI13

CCI14

CCI15

CCI16

CCI17

CCI7

CCI8

CCI9

CCI10

CCI11

CCI12

OUTPUT0

L000

0

OUTPUT2

L002

0

OUTPUT4

L004

0

OUTPUT6

L006

0

OUTPUT8

L008

0

OUTPUT10

L010

0

OUTPUT12

L012

0

OUTPUT14

L014

0

OUTPUT16

L016

0

IINV0

L264

0

IINV2

L266

0

IINV10

L274

0

IINV12

L276

0

IINV14

L278

0

IINV4

L268

0

IINV6

L270

0

IINV8

L272

0

IINV16

L280

0

OUTPUT1

L001

0

OUTPUT3

L003

0

OUTPUT5

L005

0

OUTPUT7

L007

0

OUTPUT9

L009

0

OUTPUT11

L011

0

OUTPUT13

L013

0

OUTPUT15

L015

0

OUTPUT17

L017

0

IINV1

L265

0

IINV3

L267

0

IINV11

L275

0

IINV13

L277

0

IINV15

L279

0

IINV5

L269

0

IINV7

L271

0

IINV9

L273

0

IINV17

L281

0

N/A — Not applicable

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SDT1 LOAD INPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

N/A N/A N/A SDT1A STA1

NAME1

A064

ALARMI

N/A N/A N/A SDT1B STB1

NAME2

A065

ALARMJ

N/A N/A N/A

SMA1

MODE0

L360

0

SMB1

MODE1

L361

0

N/A N/A N/A

SDT1C STC1

NAME3

A066

ALARMK

SMC1

MODE2

L362

0

SDT1D STD1

NAME4

A067

ALARML

SMD1

MODE3

L363

0

N/A N/A N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

SDT1E STE1

NAME5

A068

ALARMM

SME1

MODE4

L364

0

SDT1F STF1

NAME6

A069

ALARMN

SMF1

MODE5

L365

0

SDT1G STG1

NAME7

A070

ALARMO

SMG1

MODE6

L366

0

SDT1H STH1

NAME8

A071

ALARMP

SMH1

MODE7

L367

0

SAD1

AEN3

L379

0

SAE1

AEN4

L380

0

SAF1

AEN5

L381

0

SAA1

AEN0

L376

0

SAB1

AEN1

L377

0

SAC1

AEN2

L378

0

SAG1

AEN6

L382

0

SAH1

AEN7

L383

0

SKD1

AKN3

L395

0

SKE1

AKN4

L396

0

SKF1

AKN5

L397

0

SKA1

AKN0

L392

0

SKB1

AKN1

L393

0

SKC1

AKN2

L394

0

SKG1

AKN6

L398

0

SKH1

AKN7

L399

0

SDA1

MODDIS0

L328

0

OUTPUT0

L103

0

SDB1

MODDIS1

L329

0

OUTPUT1

L102

0

SDC1

MODDIS2

L330

0

OUTPUT2

L101

0

SDD1

MODDIS3

L331

0

OUTPUT3

L100

0

SDE1

MODDIS4

L332

0

OUTPUT4

L083

0

SDF1

MODDIS5

L333

0

OUTPUT5

L082

0

SDG1

MODDIS6

L334

0

OUTPUT6

L081

0

SDH1

MODDIS7

L335

0

OUTPUT7

L080

0

N/A — Not applicable

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ANO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS: ANO = (INPUT x SCALER) + BIAS

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B100 000 C ANO0 OZBASE0

L472

0

SCALER0

C037

0/1

B101 001 C

BIAS0

C038

0/1

B102

B103

002

003

C

C

ANO1 OZBASE1

L473

0

SCALER1

C039

0/1

ANO2 OZBASE2

L474

0

SCALER2

C041

0/1

ANO3 OZBASE3

L475

0

SCALER3

C043

0/1

BIAS1

C040

0/1

BIAS2

C042

0/1

BIAS3

C044

0/1

B104 004 C ANO4 OZBASE4

L476

0

SCALER4

C045

0/1

CCO LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

BIAS4

C046

0/1

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B105 024 L CCO0

B106

B107

B108

B109

B110

025

026

027

028

029

L

L

L

L

L

CCO1

CCO2

CCO3

CCO4

CCO5

OINV0

L288

0

OINV1

L289

0

OINV2

L290

0

OINV3

L291

0

OINV4

L292

0

OINV5

L293

0

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SDT0 LOAD OUTPUT

ONE, TWO, AND FOUR LOOPS

COMMENTS:

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B111 097 L SDT0A STA0

NAME1

A055

ALARMA

SMA0

MODE0

L352

0

B112 096 L

B113 093 L

SDT0B STB0

NAME2

A056

ALARMB

SMB0

MODE1

L353

0

SDT0C STC0

NAME3

A057

ALARMC

SMC0

MODE2

L354

0

B114 090 L

B115 089 L

SDT0D STD0

NAME4

A058

ALARMD

SMD0

MODE3

L355

0

SDT0E STE0

NAME5

A059

ALARME

SME0

MODE4

L356

0

B116 086 L

B117

B118

085

084

L

L

SDT0F STF0

NAME6

A060

ALARMF

SMF0

MODE5

L357

0

SDT0G STG0

NAME7

A061

ALARMG

SMG0

MODE6

L358

0

SDT0H STH0

NAME8

A062

ALARMH

SMH0

MODE7

L359

0

SAF0

AEN5

L373

0

SAG0

AEN6

L374

0

SAD0

AEN3

L371

0

SAE0

AEN4

L372

0

SAH0

AEN7

L375

0

SAA0

AEN0

L368

0

SAB0

AEN1

L369

0

SAC0

AEN2

L370

0

SDA0

MODDIS0

L320

0

STATE0

SSA0

L336

0

SDB0

MODDIS1

L321

0

STATE1

SSB0

L337

0

SDC0

MODDIS2

L322

0

STATE2

SSC0

L338

0

SDD0

MODDIS3

L323

0

STATE3

SSD0

L339

0

SDE0

MODDIS4

L324

0

STATE4

SSE0

L340

0

SDF0

MODDIS5

L325

0

STATE5

SSF0

L341

0

SDG0

MODDIS6

L326

0

STATE6

SSG0

L342

0

SDH0

MODDIS7

L327

0

STATE7

SSH0

L343

0

SKF0

AKN5

L389

0

SKG0

AKN6

L390

0

SKD0

AKN3

L387

0

SKE0

AKN4

L388

0

SKH0

AKN7

L391

0

SKA0

AKN0

L384

0

SKB0

AKN1

L385

0

SKC0

AKN2

L386

0

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COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C029, L099.

EXTENDED MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B119 255 C A

B120 254 C B

K12

C365

0

K11

C364

0

K10

C363

0

K9

C362

0

K8

C361

0

B121 253 C

B122 000

C

FC

K1

C354

0

K2

C355

0

K3

C356

0

K4

C357

0

K5

C358

0

K6

C359

0

K7

C360

0

MATH A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B123 076 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C030, L098.

B124 077 C

B125 078 C

B

C K1

C076

0

K2

C077

0

K3

C078

0

B126 000 FC

LOGIC A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B127 097 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L097.

B128 097 L

B129 000

B

FC

LOGIC B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B130 096 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L096.

B131 096 L

B132 000

B

FC

PARAMETER LOADER A

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B133 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B134 070 L

B135 255 L

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS:

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B136 070 L A

B137 070 L

B138 255 L

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B139 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B140 255 C

B141 255 C

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER D

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B142 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B143 255 C

B144 255 C

B

C

PARAMETER LOADER E

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B145 070 L A

COMMENTS:

B146 255 C

B147 255 C

B

C

SETPOINT GENERATOR 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B148 128 C STV0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C101, L104, L108.

SWR0

L113

0

B149 116 L

B150 120 C

SWSPT0

RSP0 IR0

C115

100

STE0

L118

0

K1-0

C113

1

B1-0

C112

0

SH0

C125

100

SL0

C126

0

B151 115 L RE0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C119, C121, L110, L111.

SPM0

B338

0

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B152 100 C PV0

B153 101 C SP0

T1-0

C117

0

CZ0

C114

0

PL1-0

C103

100

PL2-0

C104

0

ADB0

C105

2

AIX0

B335

1

PID 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B154 121 C DV0

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is C123.

PV0

C100

0

B155 122 C

B156 123 L

FF0

CTC0 OH0

C109

100

OL0

C110

0

IR0

C155

0

PB0

C106

100

TR0

C107

0

TD0

C108

0

B157 111 C RF0

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 0

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B158 114 L AE0

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C102, L105, L107.

B159 117 L

B160 129 C

SWOVT0

OTV0 SWA0

L112

0

OTE0

L119

0

T3-0

C118

0

HML0

L122

1

OH0

C109

100

B161 123 C CO0

MATH B

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B162 079 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C031, L095.

OL0

C110

0

B163 080 C

B164 081 C

B

C K1

C079

0

K2

C080

0

K3

C081

0

B165 000 FC

MATH C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B166 082 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C032, L094.

B167 083 C

B168 084 C

B

C K1

C082

0

K2

C083

0

K3

C084

0

B169 000 FC

LOGIC C

ONE LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L093.

RSW0

L106

1

MR0

C111

50

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B170 093 L A

B171 093 L

B172 000

B

FC

EXTENDED MATH B

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B173 255 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C033, L092.

B174 254 C B

K12

C377

0

K11

C376

0

K10

C375

0

K9

C374

0

B175

B176

253

000

C C

FC

K1

C366

0

K2

C367

0

K3

C368

0

K4

C369

0

K5

C370

0

K6

C371

0

MATH D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B177 085 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C034, L091.

B178 086 C

B179 087 C

B

C K1

C085

0

K2

C086

0

K3

C087

0

B180 000 FC

LOGIC D

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B181 090 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L090.

B182 090 L

B183 000

B

FC

K8

C373

0

K7

C372

0

LOGIC E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B184 091 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L089.

B185 091 L

B186 000

B

FC

WKS-2L

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COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C137, L128, L132.

SETPOINT GENERATOR 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B187 164 C STV1

B188 140 L SWSPT1

SWR1

L137

0

B189 156 C

B190 139 L

RSP1

RE1

IR1

C151

100

STE1

L142

0

K1-1

C149

1

B1-1

C148

0

SH1

C161

100

SL1

C162

0

SPM1

B343

0

DEVIATION/ALARM CALC 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B191 136 C PV1

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C155, C157, L134, L135.

B192 137 C SP1

T1-1

C153

0

CZ1

C150

0

PL1-1

C139

100

PL2-1

C140

0

ADB1

C141

2

AIX1

B340

1

PID 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B193 157 C DV1

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is C159.

PV1

C136

0

B194 158 C

B195 147 L

FF1

CTC1 OH1

C145

100

OL1

C146

0

IR1

C151

100

PB1

C142

100

TR1

C143

0

TD1

C144

0

B196 163 C RF1

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 1

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B197 138 L AE1

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C138, L129, L131.

B198 141 L

B199 165 C

SWOVT1

OTV1 SWA1

L136

0

OTE1

L143

0

T3-1

C154

0

HML1

L146

1

OH1

C145

100

B200 159 C CO1

MATH E

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B201 088 C A

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C035, L088.

OL1

C146

0

B202 089 C

B203 090 C

B

C K1

C088

0

K2

C089

0

K3

C090

0

B204 000 FC

MATH F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C036, L087.

RSW1

L130

1

MR1

C147

50

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B205 091 C A

B206 092 C

B207 093 C

B

C K1

C091

0

K2

C092

0

K3

C093

0

B208 000 FC

LOGIC F

TWO LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B209 086 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L086.

B210 086 L

B211 000

B

FC

SETPOINT GENERATOR 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B212 200 C STV2

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C173, L152, L156.

SWR2

L161

0

B213 164 L

B214 192 C

SWSPT2

RSP2 IR2

C187

100

STE2

L166

0

K1-2

C185

1

B1-2

B184

SH2

C197

100

SL2

C198

0

SPM2

B348

0

B215 163 L RE2

CONTROL 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B216 172 C PV2

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C191, C193, C195, L158, L159.

B217 173 C SP2

RSW2

L154

1

MR2

C183

50

TD2

C180

0

TR2

C179

0

PB2

C178

100

IR2

C187

100

OL2

C182

0

B218 194 C FF2 T1-2

C189

0

CZ2

C186

0

PL1-2

C175

100

PL2-2

C176

0

ADB2

C177

2

AIX2

B345

1

OH2

C181

100

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 2

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B219 162 L AE2

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C174, L153, L155.

B220 165 L

B221 201 C

SWOVT2

OTV2 SWA2

L160

0

OTE2

L167

0

T3-2

C190

0

HML2

L170

1

OH2

C181

100

B222 195 C CO2

LOGIC G

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L085.

OL2

C182

0

WKS-4L

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B223 085 L A

B224 085 L

B225 000

B

FC

SETPOINT GENERATOR 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B226 236 C STV3

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C209, L176, L180.

SWR3

L185

0

B227 188 L

B228 228 C

SWSPT3

RSP3 IR3

C223

100

STE3

L190

0

K1-3

C221

1

B1-3

C220

0

SH3

C233

100

SL3

C234

0

SPM3

B353

0

B229 187 L RE3

CONTROL 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B230 208 C PV3

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C227, C229, C231, L182, L183.

B231 209 C SP3

RSW3

L178

1

MR3

C219

50

TD3

C216

0

TR3

C215

0

PB3

C214

100

IR3

C223

100

OL3

C218

0

B232 230 C FF3 T1-3

C225

0

CZ3

C222

0

PL1-3

C211

100

PL2-3

C212

0

ADB3

C213

2

AIX3

B350

1

OH3

C217

100

AUTO/MANUAL SWITCH 3

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B233 186 L AE3

COMMENTS: Output datapoints for this module are C210, L177, L179.

B234 189 L

B235 237 C

SWOVT3

OTV3 SWA3

L184

0

OTE3

L191

0

T3-3

C226

0

HML3

L194

1

OH3

C217

100

B236 231 C CO3

LOGIC H

FOUR LOOP

W/L DEFLT VALUE NAME

B237 084 L A

COMMENTS: Output datapoint for this module is L084.

B238 084 L

B239 000

B

FC

OL3

C218

0

B–14

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MISCELLANEOUS DATAPOINTS

Title/Comments

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MISCELLANEOUS DATAPOINTS

Title/Comments

Entered

B-16

MISCPT

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