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5.1
Front Face Configuration Lab Part 3 –
Module Configuration
Foreword
In Part 2 of the Front Face Configuration lab, we learned to modify part of the controller’s
database to suit or process application. In that lab we access the specific database
locations associated with the analog inputs span and zero, the control loop’s range, the
control loop’s setpoint limits, etc. To accomplish these changes it was necessary to know
the database locations these values are stored in. The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate
the procedure for modifying these values using the new menu system present in the design
level B controller.
5.2
Objectives
In this lab we will change the analog input’s span and zero, controller’s range and setpoint
limits, and set the alarm limits and the alarm index: After completing this lab, you should
know how to modify the settings of a single loop control strategy using the 53MC5000B
menu system.
5.3
Instructions
1.
Enter Configuration mode:
•
Press the E-mode button (dot button). One of the following modes will be
displayed at the bottom of the display: DISPLAY/ CONFIGURE/ PROGRAM.
•
Press the F2 button until CONFIGURE is displayed at the bottom.
•
Press F3 to accept the configuration mode. On design level A controllers, the
bottom line would now display the following: POINT
L . On a
design level B controller, the bottom line should read DATAPOINT
or
MODULE
. Press the F2 button until MODULE
5 is displayed.
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Press F3 to accept the MODULE
menu will be displayed:
configuration mode. The following
Figure 5.1
Configuration main
menu display
2.
Change the Analog Input’s Span and Zero:
•
We will change Analog Input 0’s value of Span to 300.00 and Zero to 0.
•
There will be a pointer along the left side of the menu. Identify the pointer and
using the setpoint increase arrow or the setpoint decrease arrow
pointer beside the ANALOG IN menu item.
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, place the
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•
Press F3 to accept the selection. The controller will display a list of the analog
input module ID numbers. If tag names for the analog inputs have been previously
assigned, the tag names will be displayed along side the module ID numbers.
•
Using the setpoint increase or decrease
0- menu item and press the F3 button.
•
Analog Input Module 0 parameters will be displayed on the screen as shown
below:
Figure 5.2
Analog Input
configuration menu
display
arrow, place the pointer beside the
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Figure 5.3
Analog Input
Parameter
configuration main
menu display
•
Using the
press F3.
•
The display screen now shows the SPAN parameter
•
The SPAN is changed by using the
and
pushbutons, move the pointer to the SPAN parameter and
Figure 5.4
Analog Input
Parameter
configuration main
menu display
the /
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/
/
buttons to select the digit and then use
to modify the value of the digit. Change the value to 300.
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3.
•
Press F3 to accept this value. The display is returned to the Analog Input
parameter list. The new SPAN value is displayed.
•
Using the and pushbutons, move the pointer to the ZERO parameter and press
F3. The default value of Zero is 0.
•
Press F3 now to accept this default value. We have now configured the value of
Span and Zero for the analog input.
Change the control range for the single loop.
•
Press the F1 button until the Configuration Main Menu is displayed. We will now
change Control Loop 0’s Instrument Range (IR) and Instrument Lower Range (ILR)
to 300.00 and Zero to 0.
•
Using the setpoint increase arrow or the setpoint decrease arrow
pointer beside the CONTROL menu item.
•
Press F3 to accept the selection. The controller will display a list of the control
module ID numbers. If tag names for the control modules have been previously
assigned, the tag names will be displayed along side the module ID numbers.
•
Using the setpoint increase or decrease
0- menu item and press the F3 button.
•
Control Module 0 parameters will be displayed on the screen as shown below:
, place the
Figure 5.5
Control Module
selection list
arrow, place the pointer beside the
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Figure 5.6
Control Module
Parameter
Groupings list
Figure 5.7
Control Module
General
configuration menu
display
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•
The control module configuration is broken into logical groupings of configuration
parameters.
•
Using the
press F3.
•
The display screen now shows the parameters associated with the General
configuration category.
and
pushbutons, move the pointer to the GENERAL parameter and
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•
Using the
F3.
•
The display screen now shows the IR parameter
•
The IR is changed by using the
and
pushbutons, move the pointer to the IR parameter and press
Figure 5.8
Control Module
Instrument Range
configuration
display
/
/
buttons to select the digit and then use the /
to modify the value of the digit. Change the value to 300.
•
Press F3 to accept this value. The display is returned to the General CON
parameter list. The new IR value is displayed.
•
Visually check the value of the IRL parameter. If this value is not 0.0, use the
/
•
pushbutons to move the pointer to the IRL parameter and press F3.
The IRL is changed by using the
/
/
buttons to select the digit and then use the
to modify the value of the digit. Change the value to 0.
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4.
Change the Tag Name for the Control Module 0.
•
Changing the Control module tag name by first selecting TAG from Control Module
General configuration list using the
/
keys.
•
Press the F3 button to select the TAG configuration. The TAG configuration screen
should appear as in the figure below.
•
Tag names are created from alpha-numeric characters. The characters that may be
used in the tag name are displayed at the bottom of the screen. We will be changing
the TAG name to TIC101.
•
The default tag name includes spaces. The example figure shows the tag name as
CON-0. On closer inspection, the tag name, _ CON-0, has two leading spaces. The
tag name editor shows the cursor position two spaces to the left of the ‘C’ in CON.
•
The tag name may include spaces, however, other software interfacing with the
controller may have difficulty with imbedded spaces.
•
The cursor position is linked to the character set at the bottom of the display. Moving
the cursor will change the symbol highlighted at the bottom of the display.
Figure 5.9
Control Module
Instrument Range
configuration
display
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•
Press the F2 button and notice that the highlighted symbol changes as the cursor
position changes. When you reach the end of the tagname, the cursor wraps back to
the first position.
•
Press the F2 button until the cursor is in the first character position. Using the
/
buttons to select the character within a row of symbols and use the
/ to select the
row of characters. Since the character rows and columns wrap, it may be easier to
move backwards when trying to select a character. Place a T in the first character
position.
Figure 5.10
Control Module Tag
name configuration
display
•
Press the F2 will save the T in the first character position and move the cursor to the
next character position. Use the
5.
/
and
/
buttons to select the I character.
•
Continue this procedure until the full tag name TIC101 has been entered.
•
When all the characters are correctly placed, pres F3 to write the tag name to the
database and return to the Control Module General parameter list.
Return to the main Configuration menu
•
Pressing the F1 key will return the configuration screen to the previous configuration
level. Press the F1 key until you reach the main configuration window.
•
You may exit the configuration mode at any time and any level of configuration. If
you mistakenly exit configuration by pressing the Engineering mode (DOT) button,
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you have 5 seconds to press the DOT button again to return back to your last place in
the engineering mode.
•
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Press the DOT button to exist engineering mode. Wait 3 seconds and press the DOT
button again. You should return to the last place before you exited.
Configuration changes that are made using the Menu mode like the Datapoint mode are
immediate.

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