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FLEX I/O System with ControlLogix for SIL 2
Catalog Number Bulletin 1794
Reference Manual
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Preface
Introduction
This application manual is intended to describe the FLEX I/O with ControlLogix
Control System components available from Rockwell Automation that are
suitable for use in SIL2 applications. Use this manual in conjunction with
publication 1756-RM001
Alternate architecture can be used in SIL2 applications if they are approved by
a certifying agency.
Manual Set-Up
This manual is designed to make clear how the FLEX I/O with ControlLogix
Control System can be SIL2-certified. Table Preface.1 lists the information
available in each section.
Table Preface.1
Section:
Title:
Description:
Chapter 1
SIL Policy
Introduction to the SIL policy and how that
policy relates to FLEX I/O with a ControlLogix
system.
Chapter 2
ControlLogix Communications Description of the ControlLogix communications
modules used in the SIL2-certified FLEX I/O
with ControlLogix system.
Chapter 3
FLEX I/O Modules
Description of the FLEX I/O modules used in the
SIL2-certified FLEX I/O with ControlLogix
system.
Chapter 4
General Requirements for
Application Software
Application software requirements for using
ControlLogix and FLEX modules.
Chapter 5
Technical SIL2 Requirements
for the Application Program
Guidelines for application development in
RSLogix 5000 as they relate to SIL2.
Appendix A
Failure Estimates
Failure rates based on field returns.
Understanding Terminology
The following table defines acronyms used in this manual.
Table Preface.2 List of Acronyms Used Throughout the Safety Application Manual
1
Acronym:
Full Term:
Definition:
CIP
Control and
Information
Protocol
A messaging protocol used by Logix5000™
systems. It is a native communications protocol
used on ControlNet™ communications networks,
among others.
DC
Diagnostic
Coverage
The ratio of the detected failure rate to the total
failure rate.
EN
European Norm.
The official European Standard
GSV
Get System Value A ladder logic output instruction that retrieves
specified controller status information and places
it in a destination tag.
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Table Preface.2 List of Acronyms Used Throughout the Safety Application Manual
Acronym:
Full Term:
Definition:
MTBF
Mean Time
Average time between failure occurrences.
Between Failures
MTTR
Mean Time to
Restoration
PADT
Programming and RSLogix 5000 software used to program and
Debugging Tool
debug a SIL2-certified FLEX I/O with ControlLogix
application.
PC
Personal
Computer
Computer used to interface with, and control, a
ControlLogix system via RSLogix 5000
programming software.
PFD
Probability of
Failure on
Demand
The average probability of a system to fail to
perform its design function on demand.
PFH
Probability of
Failure per Hour
The probability of a system to have a dangerous
failure occur per hour.
1oo1
One out of one
A 1oo1 (one out of one) architecture consists of a
single channel where any dangerous failure leads
to a failure of the safety function.
1oo2
One out of two
A 1oo2 (one out of two) architecture consists of
two channels connected in parallel such that
either channel can process the safety function.
Average time needed to restore normal operation
after a failure has occurred.
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Chapter
1
SIL Policy
This chapter introduces you to the SIL policy and how the
ControlLogix/FLEX I/O system meets the requirements for SIL2
certification.
For information about:
Introduction to SIL
See page:
Introduction to SIL
1-1
SIL2 Certification
1-2
Proof Tests
1-3
SIL2-Certified FLEX I/O System Components
1-5
Hardware Designs and Firmware Functions
1-8
Hardware Designs and Firmware Functions
1-8
Difference Between PFD and PFH
1-8
SIL Compliance Distribution and Weight
1-13
Response Times
1-13
Certain catalog numbers (listed in Table 1.1 on page 1-5) of the FLEX I/O with
ControlLogix system are type-approved and certified for use in SIL2
applications, according to IEC 61508. SIL requirements are based on the
standards current at the time of certification.
These requirements consist of mean time between failures (MTBF),
probability of failure, failure rates, diagnostic coverage and safe failure
fractions that fulfill SIL2 criteria. The results make the ControlLogix/FLEX
I/O system suitable up to, and including, SIL2. When the
ControlLogix/FLEX I/O system is in the maintenance or programming
mode, the user is responsible for maintaining a safe state.
For support in creation of programs, the PADT (Programming and
Debugging Tool) is required. The PADT for ControlLogix/FLEX I/O is
RSLogix 5000, per IEC 61131-3, and this Safety Reference Manual.
The TUV Rheinland has approved the ControlLogix/FLEX I/O system for
use in up to and including SIL 2 safety related applications in which the
de-energized state is considered to be the safe state. All of the examples related
to I/O included in this manual are based on achieving de-energization as the
safe state for typical Emergency Shutdown (ESD) Systems.
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SIL2 Certification
Figure 1.1 shows a typical SIL loop, including:
• the overall safety loop
• the ControlLogix/FLEX I/O portion of the overall safety loop
• how other devices (for example, HMI) connect to the loop, while
operating outside the loop
Figure 1.1
Programming Software
HMI
For SIL applications, a programming
terminal is not normally connected.
For Diagnostics and Visualization (read-only access to controllers in the
safety loop). For more information, see publication 1756-RM001.
Plant-wide Ethernet/Serial
Overall Safety Loop
SIL2-certified ControlLogix components’ portion of the overall safety loop
1
E
N
B
1794 FLEX I/O
DI1
C
N
B
DO1
Actuator
Actuator
ControlNet
To other safety related
ControlLogix or FLEX I/O
remote I/O chassis
DI2
Input
Device
DO2
Input
Device
ControlNet
+V
To other safety related
ControlLogix or FLEX I/O
remote I/O chassis
See Figures 3.1 and 3.5 for details.
Note 1: Multiple 1756-CNB or -CNBR modules can be installed into the chassis as needed.
Other configurations are possible as long as they are SIL2 approved.
Note 2: Two adapters are required for meeting SIL2 as shown in the figure.
The adapters can be either ControlNet or Ethernet and must be from the list of approved products.
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IMPORTANT
1-3
Important Note related to published PFDs.
• The user must choose the appropriate PFD depending
on combinations and the appropriate 1oo1 or 1oo2
configuration.
• Descrete and analog inputs must be used in a 1oo2
configuration for SIL 2.
• Adapters must be used in a 1oo2.
• Outputs may be 1oo2 in series or 1oo1 monitored by
an input with an external relay as a secondary device to
remove power.
• Some specialized inputs can only be wired to a single
sensor such as thermocuples and two 1oo1 PFDs must
be used for each.
• The total PFD for two 1oo1s is the sum of both.
IMPORTANT
The system user is responsible for:
• the set-up, SIL rating and validation of any sensors or
actuators connected to the ControlLogix/FLEX I/O
control system.
• project management and functional testing.
programming the application software and the module
configuration according to the description in the
following chapters.
The SIL2 portion of the certified system excludes the
development tools and display/human machine interface
(HMI) devices; these tools and devices are not part of the
run time control loop.
Proof Tests
IEC 61508 requires the user to perform various proof tests of the equipment
used in the system. Proof tests are performed at user-defined times (for
example, proof test intervals can be once a year, once every two years or
whatever timeframe is appropriate) and include some of the following tests:
• Testing of all fault routines to verify that process parameters are
monitored properly and the system reacts properly when a fault
condition arises.
• Testing of digital input or output channels to verify that they are not
stuck in the ON or OFF state.
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• Calibration of analog input and output modules to verify that accurate
data is obtained from and used on the modules.
IMPORTANT
Users’ specific applications will determine the timeframe
for the proof test interval.
However, keep in mind that the Probability of Failure on
Demand (PFD) calculations listed in Table 1.2 on page 1-8
use a proof test interval of once per year. If the proof test
interval is changed, the information must be recalculated.
For more information on system proof tests, see Publication 1756-RM001. For
more information on the necessary I/O module, see Table 1.1.
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SIL2-Certified FLEX I/O
System Components
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Table 1.1 lists the components available for use in a SIL2-certified FLEX I/O
system. For a list of ControlLogix SIL2 certified products, see publication
1756-RM001.
Table 1.1 FLEX I/O Components For Use in the SIL 2 System
Related Documentation(4)
with More Information on
Catalog Number:
Device Type:
Adapter
Catalog Number: (1)
1794-ACN15
1794-ACNR15
Description:
ControlNet Single Media
Adapter
ControlNet Redundant Media
Adapter
1794-ACNR15XT
I/O Modules Digital
Series(2)
Firmware
Revision:
(2) (3)
Installation
Instructions:
C
1794-IN101
4.3
5.1, 5.2, 5.3,
5.x
D
10.1, 10.2,
10.3, 10.x
C
4.3
5.1, 5.2, 5.3,
5.x
D
10.1, 10.2,
10.3, 10.x
C
5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 1794-IN128
5.x
D
10.1, 10.2,
10.3, 10.x
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet
Communication Adapter
B
4.1
4.2, 4.x
1794-IN082
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
A
NA
1794-IN093
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
A
NA
1794-IN083
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
A
NA
1794-IN094
1794-OB16P
16 Protected Output Module
A
NA
1794-IN094
1794-OB8EP
8 Protected Output Module
A
NA
1794-IN094
1794-OW8
Isolated Relay Output Module
A
NA
1794-IN019
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
A
NA
1794-IN124
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
A
NA
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
A
NA
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo
Module
A
NA
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
A
NA
User Manual:
NA
1794-IN019
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Table 1.1 FLEX I/O Components For Use in the SIL 2 System
Related Documentation(4)
with More Information on
Catalog Number:
Device Type:
I/O Modules Analog
I/O Modules Analog
Catalog Number: (1)
Description:
Series(2)
Firmware
Revision:
(2) (3)
Installation
Instructions:
User Manual:
1794-IE8
8 Input Analog Module
B
NA
1794-IN100
1794-UM002
1794-IF4I
4 Isolated Input Analog
Module
A
F, G, H, I, I.x
1794-IN038
1794-UM008
1794-IF2XOF2I
2 In/2 Out Isolated Combo
Module
A
F, G, H, I, I.x
1794-IN039
1794-UM008
1794-OE4
4 Output Analog Module
B
NA
1794-IN100
1794-UM002
1794-OF4I
4 Isolated Output Analog
Module
A
F, G, H, I, I.x
1794-IN037
1794-UM008
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
A, B
K, K.x
1794-IN021
1794-UM007
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
A, B
K, K.x
1794-IN021
1794-UM004
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD Input Module
B
B, D, E, E.1,
E.x
1794-IN050
1794-UM012
1794-IJ2
2 Ch. Frequency Counter
Module
A
D
1794-IN049
1794-UM011
1794-IP4
4 Ch. Pulse Counter Module
B
4, 4.x
1794-IN064
1794-UM016
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog
Combo Module
B
NA
1794-IN125
NA
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
B
NA
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
B
NA
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated
Analog Combo Module
A
I, I.x
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog
Module
A
I, I.x
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog
Module
A
I, I.x
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog
Module
A
I, I.x
1794-IN130
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter
Module
A
E, E.x
1794-IN049
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog
Module
B
D, E, E.1, E.x 1794-IN050
1794-IN129
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Table 1.1 FLEX I/O Components For Use in the SIL 2 System
Related Documentation(4)
with More Information on
Catalog Number:
Device Type:
Terminal Base
Units
Catalog Number: (1)
Description:
Series(2)
Firmware
Revision:
(2) (3)
1794-TB3
3-Wire Terminal Base Unit
A
NA
1794-TB3S
3-Wire Terminal Base Unit
A
NA
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base
Unit
A
NA
1794-TB3TS
Spring-clamp Temperature
Base Unit
A
NA
1794-TB3G
Cage-clamp Gen. Terminal
Base Unit
A
NA
1794-TB3GS
Spring-clamp Gen. Terminal
Base Unit
A
NA
1794-TBN
NEMA Terminal Base Unit
A
NA
1794-TBNF
Fused NEMA Terminal Base
Unit
A
NA
Installation
Instructions:
1794-IN092
User Manual:
NA
(1)
Certain catalog numbers have a K suffix. This indicates a conformally coated version of the product. These K versions have the same SIL2 certification as the non-K
versions.
(2)
The FW versions marked with extension .x (x can be 0 ... 99) are constitute to minor changes for enhancements. The test institute will be informed on any change.
(3)
Users must use these series and firmware revisions for their application to be SIL2 certified. Firmware revisions are available by visiting
http://support.rockwellautomation.com/ControlFlash/
(4)
These publications are available from Rockwell Automation by visiting http://literature.rockwellautomation.com.
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Hardware Designs and
Firmware Functions
Diagnostic hardware designs and firmware functions designed into the
ControlLogix/FLEX I/O platform allow it to achieve at least SIL2
certification in a single-controller configuration. These diagnostic features are
incorporated into specific FLEX I/O components, such as the:
•
•
•
•
adapter
power supply
I/O modules
terminal base units
and are covered in subsequent sections. The ControlLogix/FLEX I/O
platform’s designs, features and characteristics make it one of the most
intelligent platforms.
Difference Between PFD
and PFH
Table 1.2 and Table 1.3 present values of the PFDs and PFHs for the specific
FLEX I/O products evaluated by TUV.
FLEX I/O uses the same PFD and PFH assumptions as stated in publication
1756-RM001.
Table 1.2 FLEX I/O Product Probability of Failure on Demand (PFD) Calculations (T1 = 1 yr)
Catalog Number
Description
Mean Time
Between Failure
(MTBF)(1)
λ(3)
Calculated PFD
1oo2 architecture
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
2.15E-06
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
2.15E-06
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
2.76E-05
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
3.60E-06
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
4.34E-06
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
4.64E-07
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
6.97E-07
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
1.50E-06
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
7.45E-06
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
7.58E-06
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
2.87E-06
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
1.56E-05
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
1.17E-05
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
9.62E-06
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
8.46E-06
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
7.54E-06
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Table 1.2 FLEX I/O Product Probability of Failure on Demand (PFD) Calculations (T1 = 1 yr)
Catalog Number
Description
Mean Time
Between Failure
(MTBF)(1)
λ(3)
Calculated PFD
1oo2 architecture
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
7.41E-07
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
2.47E-06
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
1.20E-06
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
8.35E-07
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
6.45E-07
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
1794-TB3S
2.15E-08
3.79E-07
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747
(2)
1.40E-08
2.46E-07
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
2.41E-07
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
2.32E-07
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1.32E-08
2.32E-07
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320
2.08E-07
3.70E-06
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
2.15E-06
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
1.20E-06
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
4.95E-07
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
6.60E-07
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
7.94E-07
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
9.53E-07
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
1.50E-06
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
1.26E-06
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
1.55E-06
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
2.81E-06
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
2.43E-06
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
2.43E-06
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
3.24E-06
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
1.51E-06
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
2.16E-06
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1/MTBF
(2)
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Table 1.3 FLEX I/O Product Probability of Undetected Dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH) Calculations (T1 = 1 yr)
Catalog
Number
Description
Mean Time
Between Failure
(MTBF)(1)
λ(3)
Calculated PFH
1oo2 architecture
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.64E-10
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media
Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.64E-10
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet
Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
1.19E-08
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
1.45E-09
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
1.76E-09
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
1.85E-10
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output
Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
2.78E-10
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
6.02E-10
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
3.04E-09
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
3.10E-09
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
1.15E-09
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
6.53E-09
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
4.82E-09
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
3.96E-09
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
3.47E-09
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
3.08E-09
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
2.96E-10
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
9.90E-10
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
4.78E-10
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
3.33E-10
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
2.57E-10
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
1.51E-10
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747
(2)
1.40E-08
9.82E-11
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
9.59E11
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
9.25E-11
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320
(2)
1.32E-08
9.26E-11
2.08E-07
1.49E-09
1794-ACNR15XT ControlNet Redundant Media
Adapte
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.64E-10
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
4.78E-10
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
1.97E-10
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
2.63E-10
22,202,487
4.50E-08
3.17E-10
1794-IB10XOB6X 10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
T
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Table 1.3 FLEX I/O Product Probability of Undetected Dangerous Failure per Hour (PFH) Calculations (T1 = 1 yr)
Catalog
Number
Description
Mean Time
Between Failure
(MTBF)(1)
λ(3)
Calculated PFH
1oo2 architecture
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
3.80E-10
1794-IE4XOE2XT 4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo
Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
5.99E-10
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
5.03E-10
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
6.22E-10
1794-IF2XOF2IXT 2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog
Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
1.13E-09
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
9.75E-10
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
9.75E-10
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
1.30E-09
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
6.04E-10
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
8.66E-10
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1/MTBF
Table 1.4 shows an example of a PFD calculation for a safety loop involving
two DC input modules used in a 1oo2 configuration and a DC output module.
Table 1.4
Catalog Number:
Description:
MTBF:
Calculated
1oo2 PFD:
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Dual Media
Adapter 1.5
3,259,605
1.56E-06
1794-IB16
24V DC Input Module
6,409,846
4.34E-06
1794-IB16
24V DC Input Module
6,409,846
4.34E-06
1794-OB16
24V DC Output Module
4,284,857
9.62E-06
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
1,312,973
1.20E-06
1756-L63B1
ControlLogix Controller
2,460,065
2.33E-04
1756-CNB
ControlNet Bridge Module
3,596,087
1.15E-04
1756-CNB
ControlNet Bridge Module
3,596,087
1.15E-04
Total PFD calculation for a safety loop consisting of these products:
3.70E-04
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1794-ACNR15 (1) 1794-TB3 (1)
1756-L63B
1756-CNB
1756-CNB
1-12
1794-OB16
1794-IB16
B
ControlNet
1794-ACNR15 (2) 1794-TB3 (2)
1794-IB16
1794-OW8
B
ControlNet
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SIL Compliance
Distribution and Weight
The programmable controller may conservatively be assumed to contribute
10% of the reliability burden. A SIL 2 system may need to incorporate multiple
inputs for critical sensors and input devices, as well as dual outputs connected
in series to dual actuators dependent on SIL assessments for the safety related
system.
Response Times
The response time of the system is defined as the amount of time it takes for a
change in an input condition to be recognized and processed by the
controller’s ladder logic program, and then to initiate the appropriate output
signal to an actuator. The system response time is the sum of the following:
•
•
•
•
•
input hardware delays
input filtering
I/O and communication module RPI settings
controller program scan times
output module propagation delays
See Table 1.1 for associated module information.
Each of the times listed above is variably dependent on factors such as the type
of I/O module and instructions used in the ladder program. For examples of
how to perform these calculations, see publication 1756-RM001.
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2
ControlLogix Communications
This chapter discusses the communication modules used in a ControlLogix
SIL2 system.
For information about:
ControlNet Bridge Module
See page:
ControlNet Bridge Module
2-1
EtherNet/IP Bridge Module
2-1
Related Communications Modules
Documentation
2-3
The ControlNet bridge modules (1756-CNB & 1756-CNBR) provide for the
communications between ControlLogix and FLEX I/O system.
ControlNet Cabling
For remote racks, 802.3 compliant shielded or unshielded twisted pair cable is
required for EtherNet/IP. Although it is not a requirement to use redundant
media with the 1756-CNBR, it does provide higher system availability.
Redundant media is not required for SIL2 operation.
ControlNet Module Diagnostic Coverage
All communications over the passive ControlNet media occur via CIP, which
guarantees delivery of the data. All modules independently verify proper
transmission of the data.
EtherNet/IP Bridge Module
1
The EtherNet/IP bridge modules (1756-ENBT, 1756-EN2T, 1756-EN2TR,
and 1756-EN2TXT) provide for the communications between ControlLogix
and FLEX I/O system.
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EtherNet/IP Cabling
802.3 compliant shielded or unshielded twisted pair cable is required for
EtherNet/IP.
EtherNet/IP Module Diagnostic Coverage
Communications over 10/100 MbpsNet media occur via CIP, which
guarantees delivery of the data. All modules independently verify proper
transmission of the data.
Module Fault Reporting for
any FLEX I/O Module
To monitor the connection status for this type of connection, use a Get
System Value (GSV) and an examination of MODULE objects’ "Entry Status"
attribute for a running connection.
An example of how this might be done is shown in Figure 2.1. This method,
or something similiar, must be used to interrogate the health of each I/O
module in the system.
Figure 2.1 Example of Checking a Module’s Health in Ladder Logic
GSV
AND
Obtain MODULE
Object’s Entry Status
Mask Off Lower 12
Bits of Value
NEQ
Check Entry Status to
make sure module is
running
Fault
For more information on the GSV instruction, monitor the SlotStatusBits for
the Input tag of the associated adapter. The lower 8 bits of this tag correspond
to the associated slot. For example, the tag "Node3:I.SlotlStatusBits" is defined
as follows:
NODE3 - This is the name given to the associated 1794-AVNR15.
I = This indicates the Input file.
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SlotStatusBits - This is a 32 bit value. The lower 8 bits of this value are defined
as follows for FLEX I/O:
Module
7
Related Communications
Modules Documentation
Module
6
Module
5
Module
4
Module
3
Module
2
Module
1
Module
0
For more information on ControlLogix communications modules, see the
following Rockwell Automation publications listed in Table 2.1:
Table 2.1
Catalog
Number:
Installation
Instructions:
Description:
1756-CNB
ControlNet Communication
Module
1756-CNBR
Redundant ControlNet
Communication Module
1756-IN571
User Manual:
CNET-UM001
These publications are available from Rockwell Automation at:
http://literature.rockwellautomation.com.
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3
FLEX I/O Modules
This chapter discusses the FLEX I/O modules that are SIL2 certified.
For information about:
Overview of FLEX I/O
Modules
See page:
Overview of FLEX I/O Modules
3-1
Using Digital Input Modules
3-2
Wiring FLEX I/O Digital Input Modules
3-3
General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Digital Output Module
3-4
Wiring FLEX I/O Digital Output Modules
3-5
Using Analog Input Modules
3-7
Wiring FLEX I/O Analog Input Modules
3-9
Checklist for SIL Inputs
3-18
Checklist for SIL Outputs
3-19
In the most basic description, there are two types of SIL2-certified FLEX I/O
modules:
• Digital I/O modules
• Analog I/O modules
With each type, however, there are differences between specific modules.
Because the differences propagate to varying levels in each module type, a
graphical representation can best provide an overview of the many
SIL2-certified FLEX I/O modules.
FLEX I/O modules are designed with inherent features that assist them in
complying with the requirements of the 61508 Standard. For example, the
modules all have a common backplane interface, execute power-up and
runtime diagnostics, and offer electronic keying.
Table 1.1 lists the FLEX I/O modules initially submitted for SIL2
certification.
1
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Input Modules
General Considerations when using Any FLEX I/O Digital Input
Module
Regardless of the type of FLEX I/O input module used, there are a number of
general application considerations that users must follow when applying these
modules in a SIL2 application:
• Proof Tests - Periodically (for example, once every several years) a
System Validation test must be performed. Manually, or automatically,
test inputs to make sure that all inputs are operational and not stuck in
the ON or OFF state. Inputs must be cycled from ON to OFF or OFF
to ON. .
• Wire sensors to separate input points on two separate modules that are
on different ControlNet nodes.
• Configuration parameters (for example, RPI, filter values) must be
identical between the two modules.
• The same controller must own both modules.
• Monitor the ControlNet status bits for the associated module and
ensure that appropriate action is invoked via the application logic by
these status bits.
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Wiring FLEX I/O Digital
Input Modules
3-3
The wiring diagrams in Figure 3.1 show two methods of wiring the digital
input Module. In either case, users must determine whether the use of 1 or 2
sensors is appropriate to fulfill SIL2 requirements.
Figure 3.1 ControlLogix Digital Input Module Wiring
One-Sensor Wiring Example
Input 1
24VDC SINK INPUT
0
Input
COM
+24V
1 2
1794-IB16
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
0
1 2
Optional relay contact
to switch line voltage
for periodic automated
testing
1794-IB16
24VDC SINK INPUT
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
SIL2 SENSOR
Two-Sensor Wiring Example
Input 1
24VDC SINK INPUT
Input
COM
+24V
+24V dc
Input 2
0
1 2
Input 2
1794-IB16
1794-IB16
24VDC SINK INPUT
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
0
1 2
1
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
SENSOR
1
SENSOR
43366
Note 1: Both sensors are monitoring the same safety application.
43366
Application logic can compare input values or states for concurrence.
Figure 3.2
Input A
Input B
Actuator
The user program must also contain rungs to annunciate a fault in the event of
a sustained miscompare between two points.
Figure 3.3
Input A
Input B
Timer
Input A
Input B
Timer preset in milliseconds to
compensate for filter time and
hardware delay differences.
Timer Done
Fault
Fault
Alarm to Operator
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The control, diagnostics and alarming functions must be performed in
sequence. For more information on faults, see publication 1756-RM001.
General Considerations when using Any FLEX I/O Digital Output
Module
Regardless of the type of FLEX I/O output module used, there are a number
of general application considerations that you must follow when applying
these modules in a SIL2 application:
• Proof Tests - Periodically (for example, once every several years) a
System Validation test must be performed. Manually, or automatically,
test outputs to make sure that all outputs are operational and not stuck
in the ON or OFF state. Outputs must be cycled from ON to OFF or
OFF to ON. For additional information, refer to publication
1756-RM001.
Figure 3.4
Application Logic
Output Fault
Actuator
Output Bit
Monitoring Input
Timer
Output Bit
Monitoring Input
Timer done
Fault
Fault
Alarm to Operator
The control, diagnostics and alarming functions must be performed in
sequence..
• Use of external Relays to disconnect Module Power if Output
De-energization is Critical: To make sure outputs will de-energize,
users must wire an external method that can remove power from the
actuator if a short or other fault is detected.
• Test outputs at specific times to make sure they are operating
properly. The method and frequency of testing is determined by the
type of module.
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• Monitor the ControlNet status bits for the associated module and
ensure that appropriate action is invoked via the application logic by
these status bits.
Wiring FLEX I/O Digital
Output Modules
Standard Digital Output Modules
When using standard output modules, users must wire an output to an
actuator and then back to an input to monitor the output’s performance.
In addition to following the General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Digital Output Module on page 3-4, the user must wire each standard
output to a corresponding input to validate that the output is following its
commanded state.
Figure 3.5 ControlLogix/FLEX I/O Standard Output Module Wiring
Standard Digital
Output Module
COM
+24V
24VDC SOURCE OUTPUT
A
0
1 2
Standard Digital
Input Module
Wire output point
to input point to
verify the correct
state of the output
1794-OB16
1794-IB16
24VDC SINK INPUT
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
0
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
COM
24V dc
Output
B
Actuator
Install a relay in position A or B. This relay is controlled by another
output in the ControlLogix/FLEX I/O system. If a short circuit or fault
occurs on output modules, the relay can disconnect power to the
modules. An isolated relay output module (1794-OW8) can be used for
this purpose when it is connected to a different 1794-ACN15 or
-ACNR15 ControlNet Adapter module.
Note: Other configurations are possible as long they are
SIL2 approved.
43363
Application logic must be written to generate a fault in the event of a
miscompare between the requested state of an output (echo) and the actual
output state monitored by an input channel (see Figure 3.4).
The control, diagnostics and alarming functions must be performed in
sequence.
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Users can also wire a standard digital output module in series with an isolated
relay output module in series with a critical actuator. In the event that a failure
is detected, the output from both output modules must be set to OFF to
guarantee the Output Loads de-energize. This is shown in Figure 3.6.
Figure 3.6 ControlLogix/FLEX I/O Standard Output Module Wiring With an Isolated
Relay Module
COM
Standard Digital
Output Module
+24V
24VDC SOURCE OUTPUT
0
1 2
Isolated Relay
Output Module
1794-OB16
24VDC SOURCE OUTPUT
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
0
1 2
1794-OB16
Wire output point
to input point to
verify the correct
state of the output
24VDC SINK INPUT
0
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Output
Output
Standard Digital
Input Module
1 2
1794-IB16
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
COM
+24V
Actuator
Note 1: An external relay can be replaced with an isolated
relay module which is mounted in another FLEX I/O rail.
43364
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Modules
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General Considerations when using Any FLEX I/O Analog Input
Module
There are a number of general application considerations that you must follow
when applying these modules in a SIL2 application:
• Proof Tests - Periodically (for example, once every several years) a
System Validation test must be performed. Manually, or automatically,
test inputs to make sure that all inputs are operational. Field signal levels
should be varied over the full operating range to make sure that the
corresponding channel data varies accordingly. For additional
information, refer to publication 1756-RM001.
• Calibrate Inputs Periodically, As Necessary: FLEX I/O modules
ship from the factory with a highly accurate level of calibration.
However, because each application is different, users are responsible for
making sure their FLEX I/O modules are properly calibrated for their
specific application.
Users can employ tests in application program logic to determine when
a module requires recalibration. For example, to determine whether an
input module needs to be recalibrated, a user can determine a tolerance
band of accuracy for a specific application. The user can then measure
input values on multiple channels and compare those values to
acceptable values within the tolerance band. Based on the differences in
the comparison, the user could then determine whether recalibration is
necessary.
Calibration (and subsequent recalibration) is not a safety issue.
However, we recommend that each analog input be calibrated at least
every 3 years to verify the accuracy of the input signal and avoid
nuisance application shutdowns.
• Compare Analog Input Data and Annunciate Miscompares: When
wiring sensors to two inputs channels, the values from those channels
must be compared to each other for concurrence within an acceptable
range for the application before actuating an output. Any miscompare
between the two inputs outside the programmed acceptable range must
be annunciated as a fault.
In Figure 3.7, a user-defined percentage of acceptable deviation (that is,
tolerance) is applied to the configured input range of the analog inputs
(that is, range) and the result is stored (that is, delta). This delta value is
then added to and subtracted from one of the input channels; the results
define an acceptable High and Low limit of deviation. The second input
channel is then compared to these limits to determine if the input are
working properly.
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The input’s OK bit preconditions a Timer run that is preset to
accommodate an acceptable fault response time and any communication
filtering lags in the system. If the inputs miscompare for longer than the
preset value, a fault is registered with a corresponding alarm.
Figure 3.7
Inputs OK
Timer
MULT
Range
Tolerance %
Delta
ADD
Delta
Input 1
High Limit
SUB
Delta
Input 1
Low Limit
LIM
Low Limit
Input 2
High Limit
Inputs OK
Timer done
Inputs Faulted
Inputs Faulted
Alarm to Operator
The control, diagnostics and alarming functions must be performed in
sequence.
• Configuration parameters (for example, RPI, filter values) must be
identical between the two modules.
• The same controller must own both modules.
• Monitor the ControlNet status bits for the associated module and
ensure that appropriate action is invoked via the application logic by
these status bits.
• Wire sensors to separate input channels on two separate modules that
are on different ControlNet nodes.
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Wiring FLEX I/O Analog
Input Modules
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The wiring diagrams in show two methods of wiring the analog input
Module. In either case, users must determine whether the use of 1 or 2
sensors is appropriate to fulfill SIL2 requirements.
Figure 3.8 ControlLogix Analog Input Module Wiring
One-Sensor Wiring Example
Input 1
Input 2
Input
COM
+24V
Two-Sensor Wiring Example
SIL2 SENSOR
Input 1
Input 2
1
Input
COM
+24V
SENSOR
1
SENSOR
43366A
Note 1: Both sensors are monitoring the same safety application.
Wiring the Single-Ended Input Module in Voltage Mode
In addition to following the General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Analog Input Module on page 3-7, make sure you use the correct
documentation (listed in Table 1.1 on page 1-5) to wire the module.
Figure 3.9 FLEX I/O Analog Input Module Wiring in Voltage Mode
Analog Input
1794-IE8
+
-
1794-TB3
Voltage
Transmitter A
Analog Input
1794-IE8
+
Voltage
Transmitter B
Analog Input
1794-IF4I
Analog Input
1794-IF4I
+
-
Voltage
Transmitter A
1794-TB3
-
1794-TB3
+
-
1794-TB3
Voltage
Transmitter B
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Wiring the Single-Ended Input Module in Current Mode
In addition to following the General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Analog Input Module on page 3-7, before wiring the module, consider
the following application guideline:
• Placement of Other Devices in Current Loop: you can locate other
devices in an input channel’s current loop anywhere as long as the
current source can provide sufficient voltage to accommodate all of the
voltage drops (each module input is 250 ohms)
1794-IE8
Analog Input
1794-IE8
Analog Input
1794-IE8
1794-TB3
1794-TB3
Current
Source A
RET
Current
Source B
Analog Input
1794-IF4I
Analog Input
1794-IF4I
1794-TB3
1794-TB3
Current
Source A
RET
RET
Current
Source B
RET
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Wiring the Thermocouple Input Module
In addition to following the General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Analog Input Module on page 3-7, before wiring the module, consider
the following application guideline:
• Wire to Same Input Channel on Both Modules: When wiring
thermocouples, wire two in parallel to two modules. Use the same
channel on each module to make sure of consistent temperature
readings.
Figure 3.10 FLEX I/O Analog Thermocouple Module Wiring
Thermocouple
Input Module
1794-IT8
Thermocouple
Input Module
1794-TB3T
1794-TB3T
+
+
-
-
Thermocouple/
RTD/mV
Input Module
1794-IRT8
1794-IT8
Thermocouple/
RTD/mV
Input Module
1794-TB3G
1794-IRT8
1794-TB3G
+
+
-
-
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Wiring the RTD Input Module
In addition to following the General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Analog Input Module on page 3-7, before wiring the module, consider
the following application guideline:
• RTDs cannot be wired in parallel without severely affecting their
accuracy. Two sensors must be used.
Figure 3.11 FLEX I/O Analog RTD Module Wiring
RTD
Input Module
1794-IR8
RTD
Input Module
1794-IR8
1794-TB3T
1794-TB3T
3-Wire RTD
Thermocouple/
RTD/mV
Input Module
1794-IRT8
1794-TB3G
Thermocouple/
RTD/mV
Input Module
1794-IRT8
1794-TB3G
4-Wire RTD
Note: 2, 3, or 4-wire RTDs can be used as applicable to the associated RTD input module.
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Modules
3-13
General Considerations when using Any FLEX I/O Analog Output
Module
There are a number of general application considerations that you must follow
when applying the analog output modules in a SIL2 application:
• Proof Tests - Periodically (for example, once every several years) a
System Validation test must be performed. Manually, or automatically,
test outputs to make sure that all outputs are operational. Channel data
should be varied over the full operating range to make sure that the
corresponding field signal levels vary accordingly. For additional
information on , see Publication 1756-RM001.
• Calibrate Outputs Periodically, As Necessary: FLEX I/O modules
ship from the factory with a highly accurate level of calibration.
However, because each application is different, users are responsible for
making sure their FLEX I/O modules are properly calibrated for their
specific application.
Users can employ tests in application program logic to determine when
a module requires recalibration. For example, to determine whether an
output module needs to be recalibrated, a user can determine a tolerance
band of accuracy for a specific application. The user can then measure
output values on multiple channels and compare those values to
acceptable values within the tolerance band. Based on the differences in
the comparison, the user could then determine whether recalibration is
necessary.
Calibration (and subsequent recalibration) is not a safety issue.
However, we recommend that each analog output be calibrated at least
every 3 years to verify the accuracy of the input signal and avoid
nuisance application shutdowns.
• For typical emergency shutdown (ESD) applications outputs must
be configured to De-energize: When configuring any FLEX I/O
output module, each output must be configured to de-energize in the
event of a fault and in the event of the controller going into program
mode. For exceptions to the typical ESD applications, see publication
1756-RM001.
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• Wire Output Back to Input and Examination of Output Data
Feedback signal: Users must wire an analog output to an actuator and
then back to an analog input to monitor the output’s performance. (The
use of feedback transmitters to verify an output’s performance is
acceptable.) The application logic must examine the Data Feedback
value associated with each output point to make sure that the requested
output command from the controller was received by the module. The
value must be compared to the analog input that is monitoring the
output to make sure the value is in an acceptable range for the
application.
In the ladder diagram in Figure 3.12, a user-defined percentage of
acceptable deviation (that is, tolerance) is applied to the configured
range of the analog input and output (that is, range) and the result is
stored (that is, delta). This delta value is then added to and subtracted
from the monitoring analog input channel; the results define an
acceptable High and Low limit of deviation. The analog Output
Feedback is then compared to these limits to determine if the output are
working properly.
The output’s OK bit preconditions a Timer run that is preset to
accommodate an acceptable fault response time and any communication
filtering, or output, lags in the system. If the monitoring input value and
the Output Feedback miscompare for longer than the preset value, a
fault is registered with a corresponding alarm.
Figure 3.12 Monitoring an Analog Output with an Analog Input
Outputs OK
Timer
MULT
Range
Tolerance %
Delta
LIM
Low Limit
Output Echo
High Limit
ADD
Delta
SUB
Delta
Monitoring input
Monitoring input
High Limit
Low Limit
Outputs OK
Timer done
Outputs Faulted
Outputs Faulted
Alarm to Operator
The control, diagnostics and alarming functions must be performed in
sequence.
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• When wiring two analog output modules in the same application, make
sure:
– Both modules use identical configuration.
– The same controller owns both modules.
• Monitor the ControlNet status bits for the associated module and
ensure that appropriate action is invoked via the application logic by
these status bits.
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Wiring FLEX I/O Analog
Output Modules
In general, good design practice dictates that each analog output must be wired
to a separate input terminal to make sure that the output is functioning
properly.
Wiring the Analog Output Module in Voltage Mode
Users must wire analog outputs to an actuator and then back to an analog
input to monitor the output performance.
1794-OE4
1794-IE8
Analog Input
Module
Analog Output
Module
V RET
1794-TB3
1794-TB3
+ Actuator
_
1794-OF4I
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog
Output Module
Isolated Analog
Input Module
V RET
1794-TB3
1794-TB3
+ Actuator
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Wiring the Analog Output Module in Current Mode
In addition to following the General Considerations when using Any FLEX
I/O Analog Output Module on page 3-13, consider the following application
guideline before wiring the module in current mode:
• Placement of Other Devices in Current Loop: you can locate other
devices in an output channel’s current loop anywhere as long as the
current source can provide sufficient voltage to accommodate all of the
voltage drops.
1794-OE4
1794-IE8
Analog Input
Module
Analog Output
Module
+ _
1794-TB3
1794-TB3
Actuator
1794-OF4I
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog
Output Module
+ _
Isolated Analog
Input Module
1794-TB3
1794-TB3
Actuator
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Checklist for SIL Inputs
The following checklist is required for planning, programming and start up of
SIL inputs. It may be used as a planning guide as well as during proof testing. If
used as a planning guide, the checklist can be saved as a record of the plan.
For programming or start-up, an individual checklist can be filled in for every
single SIL input channel in a system. This is the only way to make sure that the
requirements were fully and clearly implemented. This checklist can also be
used as documentation on the connection of external wiring to the application
program.
Input Check List for ControlLogix/FLEX I/O System
Company:
Site:
Loop definition:
SIL input channels in the:
No.
All Input Module Requirements (apply to both digital and analog input modules)
1
Is the RPI value set to an appropriate value for your application?
2
Are all modules owned by the same controller?
3
Have you performed proof tests on the system and modules?
4
Have you set up the fault routines?
5
Are control, diagnostics and alarming functions performed in sequence in application logic?
Note: The user must ensure that the hardware series and the firmware series and revision of the FLEX I/O
modules in their system are SIL2 certified.
6
Is the application logic monitoring one ControlNet status bit for the associated module and is appropriate
action invoked via the application logic by these bits?
No.
Additional Digital Input Module-Only Requirements
1
When two digital input modules are wired in the same application, do the following conditions exist:
• Both modules are owned by the same controller.
• Sensors are wired to separate input points.
• The operational state is ON.
• The non-operational state is. OFF.
• Configuration parameters (for example, RPI, filter values) are identical.
• Both input modules are on different ControlNet nodes.
2
For the standard input modules, is the Communication Format set to one of the Input Data choices?
No.
Additional Analog Input Module-Only Requirements
1
Have you calibrated the modules as often as required by your application?
2
Are you using ladder logic to compare the analog input data on two channels to make sure there is
concurrence within an acceptable range and that redundant data is used properly?
3
Have you written application logic to examine bits for any condition that may cause a fault and appropriate
fault routines to handle the fault condition?
4
When wiring the FLEX I/O analog module in voltage mode, are transmitter connections wired correctly?
5
When wiring the FLEX I/O analog module in current mode, are loop devices placed properly?
6
When wiring FLEX I/O thermocouple modules in parallel, have you wired to the same channel on each
module?
7
When wiring two FLEX I/O RTD modules, are two sensors used?
8
When two analog inputs are wired in the same application, are both modules on different ControlNet Nodes?
Yes
No
Comment
Yes
No
Comment
Yes
No
Comment
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The following checklist is required for planning, programming and start up of
SIL outputs. It may be used as a planning guide as well as during proof testing.
If used as a planning guide, the checklist can be saved as a record of the plan.
For programming or start-up, an individual requirement checklist must be
filled in for every single SIL output channel in a system. This is the only way to
make sure that the requirements are fully and clearly implemented. This
checklist can also be used as documentation on the connection of external
wiring to the application program.
Output Check List for ControlLogix/FLEX I/O System
Company:
Site:
Loop definition:
SIL output channels in the:
No.
All Output Module Requirements (apply to both digital and analog output modules)
1
Have you performed proof tests on the modules?
2
Is the RPI value set to an appropriate value for your application?
3
Have you set up fault routines, including comparing output data with a corresponding input point?
4
If required, have you used external relays in your application to disconnect module power if a short or
other fault is detected on the module or isolated output in series?
5
Is the control of the external relay implemented in ladder logic?
6
Have you examined the Output Data feedback signal in application logic?
7
Are all outputs configured to deenergize in the event of a fault or the controller entering program
mode?
8
Do two modules of the same type, used in the same application, use identical configurations?
9
Does one controller own both modules if two of the same type are used in an application?
10
Are control, diagnostics and alarming functions performed in sequence in application logic?
11
Is the application logic monitoring one ControlNet status bit for the associated module and is
appropriate action invoked via the application logic by these bits?
No.
Digital Output Module-Only Requirements
1
For the standard output modules, is the Communication Format set to Output Data?
2
For standard output modules, have you wired the outputs to a corresponding input to validate that the
output is following its commanded state?
No.
Analog Output Module-Only Requirements
1
Have you calibrated the modules as often as required by your application?
2
When wiring the FLEX I/O analog output module in current mode, are loop devices placed properly?
3
Have you written application logic to examine bits for any condition that may cause a fault and
appropriate fault routines to handle the fault condition?
Yes
No
Comment:
Yes
No
Comment
Yes
No
Comment
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4
General Requirements for
Application Software
Refer to publication 1756-RM001, Using ControlLogix in SIL2 Applications.
1
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Technical SIL2 Requirements for the
Application Program
Refer to publication 1756-RM001 for Technical SIL2 Requirements for the
application program.
1
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Appendix
A
Failure Estimates
The following tables list the failure estimates for the FLEX I/O products
included in this manual for different proof test intervals.
Table A.1 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFD Estimates - T1 = 1 year
1
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated PFD
1oo2
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
2.15E-06
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
2.15E-06
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication
Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
2.76E-05
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
3.60E-06
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
4.34E-06
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
4.64E-07
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
6.97E-07
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
1.50E-06
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
7.45E-06
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
7.58E-06
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
2.87E-06
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
1.56E-05
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
1.17E-05
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
9.62E-06
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
8.46E-06
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
7.54E-06
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
7.41E-07
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
2.47E-06
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
1.20E-06
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
8.35E-07
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
6.45E-07
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
3.79E-07
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747(2)
1.40E-08
2.46E-07
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
2.41E-07
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
2.32E-07
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1.32E-08
2.32E-07
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320(2)
2.08E-07
3.70E-06
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
2.15E-06
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
1.20E-06
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Table A.1 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFD Estimates - T1 = 1 year
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated PFD
1oo2
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
4.95E-07
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
6.60E-07
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
7.94E-07
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
9.53E-07
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
1.50E-06
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
1.26E-06
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
1.55E-06
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo
Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
2.81E-06
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
2.43E-06
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
2.43E-06
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
3.24E-06
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
1.51E-06
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
2.16E-06
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1 / MTBF
Table A.2 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFD Estimates - T1 = 2 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFD 1oo2
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
4.33E-06
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
4.33E-06
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
5.92E-05
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
7.27E-06
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
8.79E-06
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
9.28E-07
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
1.39E-06
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
3.02E-06
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
1.52E-05
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
1.55E-05
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
5.77E-06
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
3.26E-05
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
2.41E-05
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
1.98E-05
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Table A.2 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFD Estimates - T1 = 2 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFD 1oo2
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
1.73E-05
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
1.54E-05
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
1.48E-06
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
4.96E-06
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
2.40E-06
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346
4.73E-08
1.67E-06
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
1.29E-06
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
7.58E-07
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747(2)
1.40E-08
4.92E-07
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
4.81E-07
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
4.64E-07
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1.32E-08
4.64E-07
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320(2)
2.08E-07
7.47E-06
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
4.33E-06
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
2.40E-06
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
9.90E-07
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
1.32E-06
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
1.59E-06
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
1.91E-06
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
3.00E-06
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
2.52E-06
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
3.12E-06
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
5.66E-06
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
4.89E-06
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
4.89E-06
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
6.52E-06
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
3.03E-06
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
4.34E-06
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1 / MTB
(2)
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Table A.3 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFD Estimates - T1 = 5 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFD 1oo2
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
1.10E-05
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
1.10E-05
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
1.79E-04
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
1.88E-05
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
2.28E-05
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
2.33E-06
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
3.50E-06
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
7.64E-06
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
4.05E-05
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
4.13E-05
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
1.48E-05
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
9.19E-05
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
6.62E-05
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
5.36E-05
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
4.65E-05
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
4.10E-05
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
3.73E-06
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
1.27E-05
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
6.05E-06
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
4.21E-06
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
3.24E-06
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
1.90E-06
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747(2)
1.40E-08
1.23E-06
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
1.20E-06
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
1.16E-06
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1.32E-08
1.16E-06
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320(2)
2.08E-07
1.93E-05
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
1.10E-05
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
6.05E-06
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
2.48E-06
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
3.32E-06
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
4.00E-06
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
4.81E-06
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Table A.3 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFD Estimates - T1 = 5 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFD 1oo2
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
7.61E-06
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
6.37E-06
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
7.89E-06
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
1.45E-05
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
1.25E-05
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
1.25E-05
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
1.68E-05
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
7.67E-06
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
1.11E-05
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1 / MTBF
Table A.4 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 1 year
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.64E-10
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.64E-10
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
1.19E-08
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
1.45E09
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
1.76E-09
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
1.85E-10
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
2.78E-10
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
6.02E-10
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
3.04E09
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
3.10E09
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
1.15E-09
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
6.53E-09
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
4.82E-09
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
3.96E-09
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
3.47E09
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
3.08E09
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
2.96E-10
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
9.90E10
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
4.78E-10
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Table A.4 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 1 year
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
3.33E10
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
2.57E10
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
1.51E10
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747(2)
1.40E-08
9.82E11
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
9.59E11
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
9.25E11
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1.32E-08
9.26E-11
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320(2)
2.08E-07
1.49E09
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.64E-10
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
4.78E-10
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
1.97E-10
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
2.63E-10
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
3.17E-10
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
3.80E-10
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
5.99E-10
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
5.03E-10
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
6.22E-10
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
1.13E-09
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
9.75E-10
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
9.75E-10
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
1.30E-09
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
6.04E-10
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1 / MTBF
Table A.5 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 2 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.76E-10
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.76E-10
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
1.37E-08
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
1.49E-09
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Table A.5 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 2 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
1.81E-09
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
1.86E-10
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
2.79E-10
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
6.08E-10
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
3.19E-09
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
3.25E-09
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
1.18E-09
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
7.14E-09
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
5.17E-09
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
4.20E-09
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
3.65E-09
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
3.23E-09
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
2.97E-10
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
1.01E-09
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
4.82E-10
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
3.35E-10
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
2.59E-10
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
1.52E-10
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747(2)
1.40E-08
9.83E-11
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
9.61E-11
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
9.27E116
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716,615
1.32E-08
9.27E-11
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320(2)
2.08E-07
1.53E-09
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
8.76E-10
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
4.82E-10
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
1.98E-10
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
2.64E-10
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
3.19E-10
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
3.83E-10
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
6.05E-10
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
5.07E-10
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
6.28E-10
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
1.15E-09
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
9.91E-10
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
9.91E-10
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Table A.5 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 2 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
1.33E-09
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
6.10E-10
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
8.79E-10
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1 / MTBF
Table A.6 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 5 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-ACN15
ControlNet Single Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
9.14E-10
1794-ACNR15
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
9.14E-10
1794-AENT
10/100Mb Ethernet Communication Adapter
691,134
1.45E-06
1.91E-08
1794-IB10XOB6
10 Input/6 Output Module
4,943,442
2.02E-07
1.59E-09
1794-IB16
16 Sink Input Module
4,105,090
2.44E-07
1.96E-09
1794-IE8
Analog Input Module
37,952,679
2.63E-08
1.87E-10
1794-IF2XOF2I
Isolated Analog Input/Output Module
25,296,960
3.95E-08
2.83E-10
1794-IF4I
Isolated Analog Input Module
11,746,343
8.51E-08
6.27E-10
1794-IJ2
Frequency Counter Module
2,418,321
4.14E-07
3.62E-09
1794-IP4
Pulse Counter Module
2,375,360
4.21E-07
3.70E-09
1794-IR8
RTD Input Module
6,191,655
1.62E-07
1.24E-09
1794-IRT8
TC/RTD/mV Input Module
1,182,438
8.46E-07
8.97E-09
1794-IT8
Thermocouple Input Module
1,564,324
6.39E-07
6.22E-09
1794-OB16
16 Source Output Module
1,883,594
5.31E-07
4.92E-09
1794-OB16P
Protected Output Module
2,135,280
4.68E-07
4.21E-09
1794-OB8EP
Protected Output Module
2,389,669(2)
4.18E-07
3.68E-09
1794-OE4
Analog Output Module
23,807,086
4.20E-08
3.02E-10
1794-OF4I
Isolated Analog Output Module
7,191,128
1.39E-07
3.76E-10
1794-OW8
Relay Output Module
14,766,876
6.77E-08
4.94E-10
1794-TB3
Terminal Base Units
21,128,346(2)
4.73E-08
3.41E-10
1794-TB3G
Generic Terminal Base Units
27,320,800
3.66E-08
2.62E-10
1794-TB3GS
Generic Terminal Base Units
46,425,600
2.15E-08
1.53E-10
1794-TB3S
Terminal Base Unit
71,433,747(2)
1.40E-08
9.88E-11
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Table A.6 MTBF Field Data and Per Module PFH Estimates - T1 = 5 years
Catalog Number:
Description:
(MTBF)(1)
λ (3)
Estimated
PFH 1oo2
1794-TB3T
Temperature Terminal Base Units
73,096,226(2)
1.37E-08
9.66E-11
1794-TB3TS
Temperature Terminal Base Units
75,763,399(2)
1.32E-08
9.31E-11
1794-TBN
Terminal Base Units
75,716.615
1.32E-08
9.32E-11
1794-TBNF
Fused Terminal Base Units
4,812,320(2)
2.08E-07
1.64E-09
1794-ACNR15XT
ControlNet Redundant Media Adapter
8,223,684
1.22E-07
9.14E-10
1794-OB8EPXT
8 Protected Output Module
14,771,049
6.77E-08
4.93E-10
1794-IB16XT
16 Sink Input Module
35,587,189
2.81E-08
2.00E-10
1794-OB16PXT
16 Protected Output Module
26,709,401
3.74E-08
2.68E-10
1794-IB10XOB6XT
10 Input/6 Output Combo Module
22,202,487
4.50E-08
3.24E-10
1794-OW8XT
8 Relay Output Module
18,518,519
5.40E-08
3.90E-10
1794-IE4XOE2XT
4 Input/2 Output Analog Combo Module
11,800,802
8.47E-08
6.24E-10
1794-IE8XT
8 Input analog Module
14,041,000
7.12E-08
5.20E-10
1794-OE4XT
4 Output Analog Module
11,381,744
8.79E-08
6.48E-10
1794-IF2XOF2IXT
2 Input/2 Output Isolated Analog Combo Module
6,317,918
1.58E-07
1.21E-09
1794-IF4IXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
1.04E-09
1794-IF4ICFXT
4 Isolated Input Analog Module
7,297,140
1.37E-07
1.04E-09
1794-OF4IXT
4 Isolated Output Analog Module
5,493,902
1.82E-07
1.42E-09
1794-IJ2XT
2 Ch. Frequency Counter Module
11,714,128
8.54E-08
6.29E-10
1794-IRT8XT
8 TC/RTD Input Analog Module
8,204,792
1.22E-07
9.16E-10
(1)
MTBF measured in hours.
(2)
Calculated using field-based values for components
(3)
λ = Failure Rate = 1 / MTBF
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Index
A
M
Analog input modules 3-7–3-8
Analog output modules 3-13–3-15
Application program
Technical SIL2 requirements 5-1
Mean time between failures (MTBF)
Definition Preface-2
Mean time to restoration
Definition Preface-2
P
C
Calibration 3-7, 3-13
Communication
ControlNet 2-1
Communications modules 2-1
ControlNet module 2-1
Documentation 2-2
Control and information protocol
Definition Preface-1
ControlNet module 2-1
D
Diagnostic coverage
Definition Preface-1
Documentation
Communications modules 2-2
Probability of failure on demand (PFD)
1-8–1-11
Calculations for each catalog number
1-8
Definition Preface-2
Probability of failure per hour (PFH)
1-8–1-11
Calculations for each catalog number
1-10
Definition Preface-2
Proof tests 1-3, 3-2, 3-4, 3-7, 3-13
R
RSLogix 5000 Preface-2
General requirements 4-1
S
E
European norm.
Definition Preface-1
F
Fault reporting
Analog input modules 3-7, 3-14
Digital input modules 3-3, 3-4, 3-5
G
Get system value (GSV)
Defintion Preface-1
SIL compliance
Distribution and weight 1-13
SIL loop example 1-2
SIL2 requirements
For the application program 5-1
SIL2-certified components
Complete list of ControlLogix catalog
numbers 1-5
Software
General requirements 4-1
RSLogix 5000 Preface-2
Spurious failure estimates A-1
T
I
I/O modules 3-1–3-19
Analog input modules 3-7–3-8,
3-13–3-15
Calibration 3-7, 3-13
Digital input modules 3-2–3-4, 3-6
Fault reporting 3-3, 3-4, 3-5, 3-7, 3-14
Proof tests 3-2, 3-4, 3-7, 3-13
Wiring analog input modules 3-9–3-15,
3-16–3-17, 3-3, 3-5, 3-6
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Used throughout manual Preface-1
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Wiring I/O modules
Analog input modules 3-9–3-15,
3-16–3-17
Digital input modules 3-3, 3-5, 3-6
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