L TDC 3000X Advanced Process Manager Specification and Technical Data AP03-500 R500 2/96 nt rga dete coffee chocolate AP03-500 Page 2 TDC 3000X Advanced Process Manager TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Universal Control Network Network Interface Module Specification and Technical Data Page 3 3 4 Functional Description Functional Overview Control Functions Control Implementation Alarm System Functions Security 4 4 5 10 11 12 Physical Characteristics Power System Card File Assemblies 12 12 13 Input/Output Functions Input/Output Processors Field Termination Assemblies Galvanically Isolated FTAs 13 13 14 14 Options APM Module Redundancy Power System Redundancy I/O Redundancy Standby Manual Battery Backup I/O Simulation Option Remote I/O Corrosion Protection Option Harsh Environment Option European Community Compliance 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 16 Specifications APM Environmental Conditions APM Certifications CE-Mark Compliance APMM Redundancy Option I/O Link Extender (Remote I/O) APM Standard Power Systems APM AC-Only Power Systems 17 17 17 18 18 18 19 20 Model Numbers 21 Honeywell Honeywell Honeywell 14665 Figure 1 Advanced Process Manager AP03-500 Page 3 Fiber Optics Archive Replay Application Module Module A XM History Module Universal Stations, U XS, UWS Additional LCN Modules Plant Network Module Network Gateway Network Gateway LOCAL CONTROL NETWORK NO. 1 LCN Extenders Hiway Gateway DATA HIWAY LOCAL CONTROL NETWORK NO. 2 Plant Information Network Network Interface Module UNIVERSAL CONTROL NETWORK Data Hiway Boxes Universal Work Station Process Manager Network Interface Module UNIVERSAL CONTROL NETWORK High Performance Process Manager Advanced Process Manager Logic Manager Advanced Process Manager Safety Manager Remote I/O Subsystem Smartline 3000 14601 Figure 2 TDC 3000X Architecture Introduction The Advanced Process Manager (APM) is Honeywell’s most popular and well established TDC 3000 data acquisition and control device for industrial process applications. Like the Process Manager™ (PM), its predecessor, and the HighPerformance Process Manager (HPM), its successor, the APM offers a range of capabilities that meets today’s and tomorrow’s process requirements. The APM offers highly flexible I/O functions for both data monitoring and control. Powerful control functions, including regulatory, logic, and sequencing control are provided for continuous, batch, or hybrid applications. An optimal toolbox of functions that can be configured and programmed meets the needs of data acquisition and advanced control requirements in a highly secure and performance-intensive manner. Of course, APM’s capabilities include peer-to-peer communications and compatibility with industry-standard communications protocols. As shown in Figure 2, the APM is a fully integrated member of the TDC 3000X family. Accordingly, it is capable of: • Performing data acquisition and control functions, including regulatory, logic, and sequential control functions, as well as peer-to-peer communications with other Universal Control Network-resident devices. • Providing bi-directional communications to Modbus™ and Allen-Bradley compatible subsystems through a serial interface. • Fully communicating with operators and engineers at Universal Stations, UXSs, and Universal Work Stations. Procedures and displays are identical or similar to those used with other TDC 3000 X controllers, as well as to HPM and PM point displays. • Supporting higher level control strategies available on the Local Control Network through the Application Module and host computers. • Using the same I/O and wiring as the PM and HPM, thus providing cost-effective upward migration from existing PMs as well as the capability to migrate to HPMs in the future. Universal Control Network The communications channel for the Advanced Process Manager is a local area network called the Universal Control Network (UCN). Introduced to TDC 3000X users in 1988, the UCN is the secure path for process I/O connections to the TDC 3000 X . The UCN features a 5 megabit per second, carrier band communication system with a token bus network. It is designed to be compatible with IEEE* and ISO** standards. * Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ** International Standards Organization AP03-500 Page 4 UCN communications are consistent with the growth and direction of evolving international standards, with appropriate Honeywell extensions for secure process control applications. The UCN uses redundant coaxial cables and can support up to 32 redundant devices. The UCN supports peer-to-peer communication between devices on this network. This feature enables sharing information among HPMs, APMs, PMs, Safety Managers, and Logic Managers on the network, thus offering tremendous power and flexibility in implementing advanced, coordinated control strategies. Network Interface Module The Network Interface Module (NIM) provides the link between the Local Control Network and the Universal Control Network. Accordingly, it makes the transition from the transmission technique and protocol of the Local Control Network to the transmission technique and protocol of the Universal Control Network. The NIM provides LCN module access to data from UCN-resident devices. It supports program and database loads to the Advanced Process Manager and forwards alarms and messages from the network devices to the LCN. The NIM is also available in a redundant configuration to provide automatic, continued operation in the event of a primary failure. LCN time and UCN time are synchronized by the NIM. The NIM broadcasts LCN time over the UCN. The APM (as well as the HPM) uses it for a number of timedriven functions, such as sequence of events reporting. Functional Description Functional Overview The Advanced I/O Link Interface Processor is the APMM interface to its I/O subsystem. For information about APM Input/Output Processors, which are common to the PM/APM/HPM controller family, please refer to IO03-500, Process Manager I/O Specification and Technical Data . The I/O Subsystem consists of the redundant I/O Link and up to 40 redundant I/O Processors. These I/O Processors handle all field I/O for both data acquisition and control functions. For example, the I/O Processors provide such functions as engineering unit conversion and alarm limit checking independent of the Advanced Process Manager Module. The Advanced Process Manager is designed to provide flexible and powerful process scanning and control capabilities. To do this, it uses advanced multi-processor architecture with separate microprocessors dedicated to perform specific tasks. As depicted in Figure 3, the APM consists of the Advanced Process Manager Module (APMM) and the I/O Subsystem. One IOP which illustrates the advanced capabilities of the APM I/O is the Smart Transmitter Interface. The Smart Transmitter Interface processor provides full bidirectional communication to Honeywell smart transmitters, supporting transmitter configuration and improved data accuracy. This includes the recently introduced Multivariable transmitter capability. The Advanced Process Manager Module consists of an Advanced Communication Processor and modem, Advanced I/O Link Interface Processor, and Advanced Control Processor. A redundant APMM can be optionally provided. All control operations are performed within the Advanced Process Manager Module (optionally redundant), with all data acquisition and signal conditioning being performed in I/O Processors. For added control security, redundancy is available for several analog and digital I/O processing devices. Note: This Specification and Technical Data sheet covers the Advanced Process Manager only. The Advanced Communication Processor is optimized to provide high-performance network communications, handling such functions as network data access and peer-to-peer communications. It also supports high-accuracy time stamps. The Advanced Control Processor is the APM resource dedicated to executing regulatory, logic, and sequence functions, including an excellent user programming facility. Because communication and I/O processing are performed by separate dedicated hardware, the full power of the Advanced Control Processor can be applied to control strategy implementation. The remote I/O option allows I/O Processors to be remote-mounted up to 8 kilometers from the APM file. This option uses redundant fiber optic I/O Link extenders. The process engineer has complete flexibility of choice in the assignment of point types and control strategies, within the maximum APMM design limits. These selections are implemented using the interactive tools provided by both the TDC 3000X Universal Station and Universal Work Station. AP03-500 Page 5 Control Functions The Advanced Process Manager Module (APMM) provides a variety of control tools that can be customized to address a wide range of process automation needs. Functions, from I/O scanning through regulatory and logic control to more advanced control, can be easily implemented through the APM. Included are a sophisticated regulatory control package, fully integrated interlock logic functions, and an advanced process engineer-oriented Control Language (CL/APM). includes the sequence structures needed to handle batch or hybrid applications as well as the computational capability needed for some continuous control tasks. Key to the power of this control capability is the sharing of the data within the APM, and sharing of data from other devices on the Universal Control Network. CL/APM is an enhanced version of the Control Language implemented by Honeywell in the Process Manager. This language facility NETWORK INTERFACE MODULE Universal Control Network ADVANCED PROCESS MANAGER Optional Redundant APMM ADVANCED PROCESS MANAGER MODULE ADVANCED COMMUNICATION PROCESSOR AND MODEM (M68000 Processor) UCN Network Support Network Access to PM Data Peer-to-Peer Communication Network Redundancy ADVANCED I/O LINK INTERFACE PROCESSOR (80C31 Processor) ADVANCED CONTROL PROCESSOR (M68000 Processor) High-Speed I/O Access for Communications and Control Functions Regulatory Control Interlock Logic Sequence User Programming I/O SUBSYSTEM (80C31 Processors) I/O LINK Fiber Optics Extender High Level Analog Input Processor 16 Smart Transmitter Interface 16 Low Level Analog Input Processor 8 Serial Device Interface 16 Analog Output Processor 8 LLMUX Analog Input Processor 32 To Other Advanced Process Managers, High-Performance Process Managers, Process Managers, Process Managers, Safety Managers or Logic Managers Figure 3 — APM Architecture Digital Input Processor 32 Pulse Input Processor 8 Digital Sequence of Events 32 Serial Interface Processor 32 I/O Link to Remote I/O Processors Digital Output Processor 16 Analog Output 16 Processor 16 Digital Output 32 Processor 32 Digital Input 24VDC Processor 32 14600 AP03-500 Page 6 All I/O values are converted to engineering units by the I/O Processors and are made available for both communications and further control processing by the Advanced Process Manager Module (see Figure 4). Conceptually, the APMM can be thought of as partitioned into “slots” of various types. These slots provide an allocated resource of processing power and memory that can be user-configured, including assignment of a tag name. A tagged slot is referred to as a data point in a TDC 3000 System. This data point structure is supported by predefined group and detail displays as well as by custom graphics. Any of the following types of data points can be configured into APMM slots: CL/APM PROGRAMS (Process Module Points LOCAL VARIABLES 127 Flags, 80 Numerics, 4 Time, and 16 String Variables per Process Module Point Up to 40 Primary I/O Processor Modules STIM LLAI HLAI • • • • • • • • • • • • Regulatory PV Regulatory Control Digital Composite Logic Device Control Process Module Array Flag Numeric Timer String Time • Regulatory Control • Regulatory PV • Device Control • Logic Slots • Digital • Composite • Array Points GLOBAL VARIABLES 16,384 Box Flags 16,384 Box Numerics 64 Box Timers 4, 096 Box Time 16,384 Box Strings PI LLMUX DI AO DISOE DO SDI SI 6203 Figure 4 — Advanced Process Manager Functions and variable dead-time compensation. In addition, a full array of selectable functions, including extensive alarm checking and alarm suppression options, signal filtering, and algorithm equation options are provided. Available algorithms and other supported functions are listed in Table 1. Regulatory Control Point Configurable regulatory (or analog) control functions are performed using Regulatory Control points. Regulatory Control points are configured to execute one of the control algorithms listed in Table 2. Each of these data point types is discussed in the text that follows. Regulatory PV Point While standard I/O functions, such as engineering unit conversion and alarming, are handled directly by the I/O Processors, Regulatory PV points provide an easy-to-use configurable approach for implementing Process Variable (PV) calculation and compensation functions. PV processing provides a menu of selectable algorithms such as mass flow, totalization, Table 1 Regulatory PV Points Available Algorithms Supported Functions Data Acquisition Flow Compensation Middle-of-3 Selector High/Low/Average Selector Summer Totalizer Variable Dead Time with Lead/Lag General Linearization Calculator PV Source (Auto, Manual, Substituted) PV Clamping EU Conversion & Extended PV Range PV Value Status and Propagation PV Filter (Single Lag) PV Alarming Bad PV PV High/Low PV HiHi/LoLo PV Significant Change PV Rate-of-Change +/Contact Cutout AP03-500 Page 7 Table 2 Regulatory Control Data Points Available Algorithms Supported Functions PID PID with Feedforward PID with External Reset Feedback PID with Position Proportional Position Proportional Ratio Control w/Ramping Bias Ramp Soak Auto/Manual Station Incremental Summer Switch Override Selector Summer needed to trace interlock cause. In addition, provision is made for operation of hand/off/auto switches commonly used for local operation of motorized devices. Modes (Manual, Auto, Cascade, Backup Cascade) Mode Attribute (Operator, Program) Normal Mode Remote Cascade, Remote Request, and Remote Configurable Per Slot Initialization Windup Protection Output Fanning Fixed or Auto Ratio and Bias Override Propagation External Mode Switching Safety Shutdown Target Value Processing (Setpoint Ramping) Alarms Limits (Output, Setpoint, Ratio, Bias) PV Source, PV Alarming Mode Shed on Bad PV Each algorithm includes a wide range of configurable options to allow implementation of complex control strategies by a simple menu-selection process. In addition, some functions, such as initialization and windup protection, are inherently provided. Also, the capability to ramp setpoint (by operator entry of a target value and ramp time) is configurable. Standard and custom graphic displays are available to support these control strategies. These built-in support functions (see Table 2) significantly simplify the implementation and use of sophisticated multiloop control strategies. This ease of APM configuration and operation allows implementation of advanced control strategies at the processconnected level. At the same time, the slot structure for processing and memory resources is designed to ensure that proper control security is built into advanced control strategies. This means that high reliability and integrity are maintained over the entire range of control. The major parameters associated with the Digital Composite point are represented pictorially in Figure 5. Runtime maintenance statistics for the Digital Composite point device are also supported. Logic Point Digital Composite Point Digital Composite points are multiinput/multi-output points that provide an interface to discrete devices, such as motors, pumps, and solenoid valves. (see Figure 5) This point provides built-in structures for handling interlocks. It supports operator displays of interlock conditions in group, detail, and graphic displays. Displays also contain information A Logic point provides a configurable mix of logic capability. Together with a digital composite point, it provides the basis for integrated interlock logic functions. Conceptually, a Logic point can be thought of as the logic processing equivalent to one to two pages of relay ladder logic. A Logic point consists of logic blocks, flags, numerics, input connections, and output connections. Different mixes of inputs, outputs, and logic blocks can be selected. Maximums for each type are shown in Table 3. In addition to the logic block functions listed in Table 4, the Logic point provides a generalpurpose data transfer capability that can be used to read data from input connections and store this data to other database parameters defined by the output connections. Current Commanded State State (OP) (PV) (from Operator or Program) Inputs (Up to 2) Permissives Local Manual P0 P1 P2 Permissives "Allow" Off Normal, Command Disagree and Uncommanded Change Alarms Overrides Outputs (Up to 3) SI0 I0 I1 I2 Interlocks "Force" Figure 5 Structure of Digital Composite Point 6204 AP03-500 Page 8 Table 3 Maximum Number of Entries for a Logic Point Inputs Logic Blocks Outputs Option 1 12 24 4 Option 2 12 16 8 Option 3 12 8 12 NOTE: Each logic point also provides six status flags and six user flags, plus eight numerics. Table 4 Logic Block Algorithms LOGIC (AND, OR, NOT, NAME, NOR, XOR, QUALIFIED- OR2, QUALIFIED-OR3) COMPARE REAL (EQ, NE, GT, GE, LT, LE) DELAY (ON DELAY, OFF DELAY, DELAY) PULSE (FIXPULSE, MAXPULSE, MINPULSE) WATCHDOG TIMER FLIP-FLOP CHECK for BAD SWITCH CHANGE DETECT NOTE: AND, OR, NAME, and NOR Gates accept up to three inputs per block, where each input can be optionally inverted. Table 5 Device Control Point Algorithms Gate Algorithms Function Primary Null Pass Logic Input without change Input Invert Invert Logic Input Arithmetic Greater than, Greater than or equal Less than, Less than or equal, Equal to, Not Equal to Compare a numeric with an array of In-Set 10 numerics Secondary Input Null Delay Pulse Pass Logic Input without change Delay, On delay, Off delay Pulse, maximum pulse, minimum pulse (Time for delay and pulse < 8000 secs.) Primary Gate Logic Pulse AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR PAND, POR, PNAND, PNOR, PXOR ("P..." outputs are pulsed) Secondary Gate Logic Pulse AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR PAND, POR, PNAND, PNOR, PXOR ("P..." outputs are pulsed) Device Control Point The Device Control point provides maximum flexibility for controlling discrete devices. It combines the digital composite display and logic control function under a single tag name (see Table 5 and Figure 6). This provides an enhanced interface for pumps, motors, and motor-operated valves. The Device Control point’s single tag name enhances the operator interface for motor control points. Operations are improved because the operator can see the cause of the interlock. Also, an analog feedback signal, such as motor control current, is displayed. Implementation effort is also reduced through the use of a simple configuration and standard graphics for troubleshooting. User Programs Process Module Point Today’s control strategies frequently need the flexibility of user programs that can be utilized for continuous, batch, or hybrid applications. A Process Module point is a resource for the execution of user-created programs written in Honeywell’s Control Language (CL/APM). The CL language provides an outstanding sequential control and computational tool. CL programs are self-documenting—an important feature when future modification of control strategies is anticipated. The total statement capacity depends on configuration. Typically 10,000 to 20,000 CL/APM statements can be handled by a single APM. AP03-500 Page 9 Logic Part • • • • Digital Composite Part Up to 12 Logic Inputs 1023 Flags (boolean) 240 Numeric 240 Strings 240 Times Digital START Outputs STOP A subset of Array points can be used for Serial Interface (SI) communications. Up to 80 Serial Input Array points can be accessed at a 1 second rate per APM, 40 at a 1/2 second rate, or 20 at a 1/4 second rate. A single Serial Interface Array point can handle: Analog Input Feedback Logical Outputs 6205 Figure 6 Structure of Device Control Point Using the Universal Station or Universal Work Station, individual programs can be easily modified and reloaded without affecting execution of regulatory control, logic blocks, and other user programs. handling capability allows userspecified conditions to automatically trigger pre-defined Hold, Shutdown, or Emergency Shutdown sequences. All process module programs can access the Advanced Process Manager database, thereby accessing analog inputs and outputs, digital inputs and outputs, array points, logic block states, alarm states, and failure states, numeric variables, and flags. The Array point provides a more flexible, easy to access point structure for user-defined data. It is especially useful for advanced control or batch sequence programs. For example, an Array point can be used to store calculation variables or batch recipe data. This Array point data is available to the system for local data acquisition and control strategies as well as historization. CL/APM programs can also manipulate ASCII values as well as time data. In addition, each process module program supports communication with the operator and can send or receive data from other controllers on the UCN. Process module points provide a Phase/Step/Statement structure that is well suited for implementing batch process control functions. In addition, a multilevel abnormal Array Point Up to 256 Array points can be configured per APM. Each array point is a logical grouping of internal APM box global variables up to: • • • • 512 Flags (Boolean) or 16 Numerics (Reals) or 32 Numerics (Integers) or 64 Characters of String Data. Communication to any Serial Interface Array point is fully bidirectional (read and write). Data from any Serial Interface Array point can be accessed by other APM control and CL functions such as Device Control points. This allows subsystem data to be used for APM data acquisition and control strategies, as well as displayed at the Universal Station, UXS and UWS. Flag Point A Flag point is a two-state (On/Off) point that is used for storing a Boolean value. Flag points are not scheduled and are not processed. Their state is changed from another function, such as by operator input or a user-written program. Provision is made for up to 16,384 Box Flag points, the first 128 of which can be configured for offnormal alarming. Numeric Point Numeric points are used for storage of real numbers. AP03-500 Page 10 SP FC101 Control Algorithm OP FT101 4-20 MA A/D Conversion EU Conversion PV Alarming APMM Regulatory Control Point I/O Processor AI Point CV101 D/A Conversion 4-20 MA Output Hold Security Output Characterization I/O Processor AO Point 6206 Figure 7 — Typical Regulatory Control Loop They are used for batch/recipe operations, or as a scratch pad to store the intermediate results of calculations. Like Flag points, they are not scheduled or processed, but are changed as the result of other system activity. There can be up to 16,384 Numeric points. Timer Point The Timer point allows for timing of process events by the operator or sequence program. After being started, it provides an indication when the elapsed time has reached a predefined limit. There are 64 timer slots—each is processed once per second. String The String variable adds increased flexibility to both continuous and batch oriented CL control programs. String variables of 8, 16, 32, or 64 characters can be compared and modified by the APM Control Language (CL). Using CL, you can manipulate and store unique messages that pertain to your process. Also, with this Serial Interface, ASCII data from a subsystem can be imported and used as String variables, as well as written back to the subsystem. Up to 16,384 eight character strings are supported. Time The Time variables allow CL programs access to both time and date information. CL programs can use elapsed or actual wallclock time. Time-dates can be added or subtracted as needed. Time allows you to schedule CL programs by time of day. You can also construct control schemes by allowing a logic slot access to time of day information. Up to 4,096 times are supported. Control Implementation A simple control loop can be implemented in an Advanced Process Manager, using an analog input point, a regulatory control point, and an analog output point as illustrated in Figure 7. Although three data points are used, the primary operator interface is a single tag (FC101) for viewing, alarming, and manipulation in the customary manner through a Group, Detail, or Custom Graphic display. Control Performance The Advanced Process Manager is a high-performance device capable of an assured rate of 160 regulatory or discrete control loops per second. Users can customize their control configuration to meet the application requirements. The parallel processing architecture of the Advanced Process Manager allows the control processing capability of the APM to be totally independent of other APM functions such as the number of I/O points built, data requests for APM data from the Network Interface Module and other UCN devices, and alarming functions. Only two factors must be considered when configuring the control processing—the type of control points (slots) desired and their frequency of execution, or scheduling interval. The processing power of the Advanced Control Processor is measured in terms of “Processing Units (PUs).” Each Advanced Control Processor has an assured rate of 160 PUs per second. Regulatory, logic, digital composite, and device control points can be configured at different execution frequencies (1/4, 1/2, or 1 second). A subset of these points can be optionally configured for a 1/4second rate, with the remainder at a slower rate. Since points use more processing power at faster frequencies, this feature allows the user to implement the greatest possible number of control loops while still assuring high-speed processing where required. AP03-500 Page 11 Table 6 — Control Configuration Examples Example 1 Point Type 1 Example 2 Frequency (Seconds) Pt. Qty. PU/Pt. Total PUs Frequency (Seconds) Pt. Qty. PU/Pt. Total PUs Regulatory Control Regulatory PV Logic Digital Composite 2 Device Control Process Module 1 1 1 1 – 1 100 20 10 10 – 20 160 60 20 5 50 20 10/20 1 1 4 0.4 1 2/1 3 60 20 20 20 20 20 – 1 1 1 0.1 – 1 – 1 1 1/4 1/4 1 1 APM Total 100 20 10 100 – 20 250 – 180/190 – 160 1 2 3 Array, Flag, Numeric, and Timer points are not listed since they have a PU weight of 0. Logic and DC points must run at execution frequencies equal to, or faster than, the normal scan rate for regulatory points. 1 PU for small or infrequently run programs; 2 PU for larger programs. Still another option available for optimizing APM configuration is the selection between two program sizes for Process Module points. Users with sequence programs that process approximately 10 statements per second (or fewer) can implement twice as many such programs (160 instead of 80). This is possible because the smaller programs require less time to run and, therefore, are assigned only half as many Processing Units. Typically, small programs are used for modular batch applications and large programs for continuous applications. Any mixture of point types can be used, subject to the following individual maximums: 160 80 80 512 160 160 80 Regulatory Control Regulatory PV Logic Digital Composite Device Control Process Module at 1 PU per APM program or Process Module at 2 PUs per APM program Table 6 shows two sample configurations. Alarm System Functions APM supports the extensive and flexible alarming capabilities of TDC 3000 X . As process alarms occur, they are visually annunciated at the Universal Station through keyboard LEDs and numerous types of displays, such as custom graphic displays, group displays, alarm annunciator displays, and alarm summaries. They can also be externally announced through customersupplied devices activated by contact closures at the Universal Station. Because alarms can be reported on an area or unit basis, operators receive alarm indications that relate to only their specific assignments. For APM process variables, the following alarms can be configured: • Hi • Rate of Change Hi • HiHi • Rage of Change Lo • Lo • Significant Change • LoLo • Deviation Hi/Lo • Bad PV • Advisory Deviation • Bad Output (RegCtl Point only) All PV alarms can have a selectable deadband. Alarms can be assigned to both I/O Processors and APMM slots. In general, to provide a single tag for operator interface, when an I/O point is used by an APMM slot, the alarms are configured in the APMM slot. The following digital alarm types are available: • Uncommanded Change-ofState • Off-normal alarms • Command disagree alarms • Logic input, flag, or gate output alarms • Alarms forced by CL program • Command Fail alarms • User-defined alarms Off-normal alarms feature a configurable time deadband. Command disagree, command fail, and uncommanded change-ofstate are types of alarms that apply to digital composite points. Alarm priority is individually configured for each alarm type used on a Advanced Process Manager point. There are seven selectable alarm priorities: • • • • Emergency High Low Journal AP03-500 Page 12 • Journal and Printer • Printer Only • No Action Contact cutout is another configurable feature provided by the Advanced Process Manager. Contact cutout is used to automatically suppress alarm reporting on a point if certain external conditions occur. Security The APM has a number of security features to provide maximum process availability. A highreliability fault-tolerant approach to both circuitry and overall system architecture has been used. CMOS technology, including highly heattolerant components, provides a high-density design with high reliability. Parallel power paths are employed so that control outputs can be maintained, even in the case of power regulator failure. Redundancy for communications media, such as the I/O link and the UCN, is provided as a standard feature. Optional APMM redundancy is offered to provide one-on-one backup and autoswitchover for the common electronics. Optional I/O redundancy for HLAI, STI, AO, DI, and DO points can provide added security for critical control loops. Since redundancy options are designed into the product, automatic switchover from primary to redundant electronics is fully supported. No special user programming is required. Ongoing diagnostics are provided to assure both primary and redundant electronics are functional. This one-on-one redundancy approach enhances coverage to maximize availability. It also simplifies system cabling and configuration. Optional power redundancy and battery backup can be provided for assured power availability. Extensive self-diagnostics are employed to diagnose APM operation and identify any failure. Failures are characterized as hard failure (HF) or soft failure (SF). The APM status is clearly indicated at the standard status displays at the Universal Station. Repairs to the HPM can be made easily by replacing boards while power is on. Analog and Digital Standby Manual Units are available to maintain process outputs during board replacement of non-redundant boards. Overall, the APM provides outstanding control capabilities with excellent process control availability and security. Physical Characteristics The Advanced Process Manager consists of single or redundant Advanced Process Manager Modules, I/O Processors, associated card files, Field Termination Assemblies, and a single or redundant power assembly mounted in a cabinet. Either top or bottom field wire entry is available. Because CMOS technology is used, power requirements and heat dissipation are extremely low. The Advanced Process Manager is also highly space efficient because of flexible I/O architecture, low power use, and high-density terminations. The APM has been approved by Factory Mutual for mounting in, or interfacing to, devices in a Class 1, Division 2 area for the following signal types: • • • • • • Low Level Analog Input High Level Analog Input STI Analog Output Pulse Input 24 Vdc Digital Input Power Systems The Advanced Process Manager has significantly lower power requirements than traditional designs because it uses low-power CMOS technology. Two power systems are available to meet different system requirements. The standard APM power system provides an integrated system battery backup option. The power system can also be easily upgraded to redundancy in the field. The AC-only power system is intended for use with UPS systems and does not have provision for system battery backup. It can provide more cost effective power for a small, remote I/O installation where a UPS is available. Both power systems provide 24 Vdc power to the Advanced Process Manager Module and I/O Subsystem, and 24 Vdc transmitter power is provided through standard FTA connections. Both power systems support single or redundant power supplies in a highly compact space. Both power systems provide 50hour memory backup; the standard system includes rechargeable batteries with a charger, while the AC-Only power system uses alkaline batteries. Each power supply on both systems provide a relay with a Form-A contact output that deenergizes (contact opens) in the event of power loss. A single LED on each power module of the AC-Only system annunciates power loss, while the standard system has separate LED indicators for: • Loss of ac power • Loss of dc power • Improper charging of backup battery AP03-500 Page 13 Input/Output Processors Input/Output Processors (IOPs), along with Field Termination Assemblies (FTAs), perform input and output scanning and processing on all field I/O. A redundant I/O Link is standard for added security. Most IOPs are available in a redundant configuration. I/O processing is performed separately from control processing functions, so that I/O scan rates are completely independent of I/O quantity, controller loading, processing, and alarming. This partitioning of functions allows more efficient use of advanced control processor capabilities and provides for future I/O expansion. 15 IOP APMM 10 IOP APMM 10 IOP A variety of I/O processors are available for the APM: Power System 6211 Figure 8 Cabinet Layout with Redundant APMMs • Failure or disconnection of battery • High temperature The standard APM power system delivers 20 amps. Two power supply sizes are available for the AC-Only power system—8 amp and 16 amp. Card File Assemblies A typical base APM configuration consists of up to 3 card files, as illustrated in Figure 8. When options such as I/O redundancy and/or remote I/O are used, configurations with up to 8 card files can be provided. One or two card files contain the Advanced Process Manager Module(s). All remaining card file slots can be filled with any combination of I/O Processors. A single cabinet holds up to 35 I/O Processors along with redundant Advanced Process Manager Modules. Alternatively, it holds up to 40 I/O Processors with a single Advanced Process Manager Module. Figure 8 shows the cabinet layout with redundant APMMs. Input/Output Functions Please refer to IO03-500, Process Manager I/O Specification and Technical Data for more details, model numbers, and specifications. The following is an overview of HPM I/O functions and capabilities. • Analog Input—High Level (16 points) • Analog Input—Low Level (8 points) • Analog Input—Low Level Multiplexer (32 points) • Smart Transmitter Multivariable Interface (16 points total) • Analog Output (8 points) • Analog Output (16 points) • Serial Device Interface (16 points—2 ports) • Serial Interface (32 arrays, 2 ports) • Pulse Input (8 points) • Digital Input (32 points) • Digital Input 24 Vdc (32 points) • Digital Input SOE (32 points) • Digital Output (16 points) • Digital Output (32 points) Any mix of the above I/O processors can be selected for an APM. This can be any combination of single and/or redundant (HLAI, STI, AO, DI, DISOE, and DO) pairs, up to a total of 40. Even with the maximum complement of 80 AP03-500 Page 14 physical IOPs, there is no impact on control or communication performance. In a redundant configuration, I/O processing automatically transfers to the backup I/O processor when a board failure occurs. Field Termination Assemblies All connections to and from the process are made to Field Termination Assemblies (FTAs). Compression-type termination blocks (that can accept wire sizes as large as 14 AWG or 1.6 mm) are available for all FTAs. Screwtype terminations can also be provided for most FTAs. The FTAs are connected to the I/O processors by cables that can be up to 50 meters in length. While a separate FTA of a given type is required to handle varying field wiring signal levels, identical I/O Processors can generally be used. This I/O approach simplifies system hardware selection and minimizes spare parts requirements. For example, one Digital Input Processor can handle 24 Vdc, 120 Vac, or 240 Vac, depending on the FTA selected. Galvanically Isolated FTAs These FTAs are available for connecting to field devices in NEC Class1 Division 1 Hazardous (classified) locations or Cenelec Zone 0 locations. Wiring and installation are simplified because integral galvanically isolated intrinsic safety isolator modules are part of the FTA. Please refer to GA03-100, Galvanic Isolation/ Intrinsic Safety Specification and Technical Data for further information. Options Advanced Process Manager Module Redundancy In addition to the UCN, the I/O Link, and dc power cabling, which are always redundant, the APMM is available with a one-on-one redundancy option. To minimize the impact of a single failure, the database and functions within the backup APMM are kept up-to-date with the primary. If failure of the primary is detected by diagnostics, the backup APMM automatically takes over from the primary and the operator is notified by a system alarm. The primary and secondary APMM can be located in separate card files to maximize control function availability. Power System Redundancy Both standard and AC-only power systems include the option for a redundant 24 Vdc power supply. In both cases, two different ac feeds can be used for the power system. With the standard power system, the second power supply may be added at a future date. switching functions is provided through the extensive diagnostic coverage made possible by the processing capability of the smart I/O Processors. Standby Manual The 16-point digital output FTA and both analog output FTAs (8point and 16-point) support connection to a standby manual unit. This option allows outputs to be maintained during I/O Processor replacement. Battery Backup An option to the standard APM power system is a backup battery capable of providing regulated 24 Vdc power in the event of the loss of ac input power. The battery is a compact set of gel cells that is mounted within the cabinet’s power system enclosure. A fully charged battery provides a minimum of 20 minutes of backup for a fully loaded Advanced Process Manager. Diagnostic and alarm capabilities inform the operator of the existing state of readiness of the battery and charger. I/O Redundancy A one-on-one I/O redundancy option is also available for critical high level analog inputs, smart transmitter interface connections, analog outputs, digital inputs, and digital outputs. This option offers significantly increased availability of automatic control by providing continuous operation through failure and replacement of I/O Processors, FTA cables, and backplanes. Up to 40 I/O Processors can be supported in a redundant or non-redundant Advanced Process Manager, and the user can selectively apply redundancy to some or all IOPs, for a maximum of 40 IOP pairs. The one-on-one design approach offers maximum coverage and fast switchover times. Integrity of the backup database and of the Because backup batteries provide input to the power supplies rather than powering the load directly, voltage regulation is equally as good when operating from either batteries or line power. If line power fails, load power is not interrupted during switchover. For the AC-only power system, line power backup is typically achieved by connecting a UPS to one of the two ac feeds. I/O Simulation Option The optional APM I/O Simulator package simulates the functions of the APM’s Input/Output Processors (IOPs). It is a low cost, high fidelity tool for database building, control strategy checkout, and operator training support without the need for IOPs to be present. A unique feature of this optional package is AP03-500 Page 15 complete database transportability between the Simulation personality and the APM On-Process (normal operating) personality. This is especially useful for configuring the system before the physical I/O is available or connected. Features of the package include: • 'Bumpless' pause/resume interruption/restart • Physical IOPs, FTAs and field wiring not required • Simulation status indicated and journaled • Data base (checkpoint) transportable to target system • Simulation rerun from saved data base using PV data • Full peer-to-peer capability • I/O functions simulated by Communications processor • Any I/O configuration can be simulated • Simulation load and status supported on system network • Fault response testing & I/O redundancy simulation The benefits of this package include: • The ability to perform high fidelity simulation • Control strategy checkout • Operator training • Project cost savings Remote I/O Two Remote I/O options are available. Both enable distribution of I/O Processors and FTAs at up to six remote sites. One option supports remote sites up to 1 kilometer from the main APM, while the second option provides for separation of up to 8 kilometers. FTAs at the remote locations can be located an additional 50 meters from the I/O processors, and LLAI MUX, Serial Device or Serial Interface FTAs can be placed an additional 300 meters away. Significant reduction of signal wire runs are possible with this option. Redundant fiber optic cables provide immunity to ground potential differences and EMI/RFI interference. Redundant links each require an I/O Link Extender Pair (IOLE) at both ends. The Remote I/O (1 km) option supports up to three remote sites for each IOLE at the APM end, while the Long Distance I/O (8 km) option requires one APM IOLE per site. Corrosion Protection Option As electronic boards have become more compact, sensitivity to corrosion has increased. In addition, a trend toward locating I/O closer to the process to save installation costs has generated a requirement for environmentally hardened products. To provide extra corrosion protection when APM equipment cannot be located in a mild (G1) environment, conformally-coated boards are available. These boards are completely covered with a thin plastic film resistant to the corrosive effects of humidity and certain gases, and are thus suitable for placement in a harsh (G3) atmosphere. Coating is optional for most APM components, such as IOPs, FTAs, power supplies, backplanes, and processor boards. Some components, however, are coated as a standard, such as the HLAI IOP, AO IOP, and 16 amp APM power supply. All coated products are denoted by a “C” in the second character of their model number. Uncoated boards maintain the standard MUxxxxxx style numbers. All products for which conformal coating is available have two model numbers. For example, the uncoated DI IOP model number is MU-PDIX02, and the coated version is MC-PDIX02. In order to easily identify coated IOPs in the field, they are labeled with a distinctive symbol located on their faceplate (see Figure 9). The “C” surrounded by a solid diamond (the universal symbol of hardness) represents the protection this conformal coating process provides. C 14180 Figure 9 Location of IOP Conformal Coating Symbol Note: Boards installed and maintained in a G1 (mild) control room environment (defined by the ISA Environmental Severity Classification) do not need this added protection. European Community (EC) Compliance The APM is available in compliance with European Community (EC) directive requirements, denoted by the “CE mark” (Communaute Europeene). This compliance extends to the APMM, cardfiles, power supplies, IOPs and FTAs, as well as to Rittal cabinets. As of January 1, 1996, all goods imported into the European community or moving between member countries must be compliant with the new EC directives. For APM, customers must choose whether or not CE compliance is needed. APMMs, IOPs, and power supplies are only available CEcompliant. For cardfiles and some FTAs, both compliant and noncompliant versions are available. Only Rittal cabinets are CEcompliant. Please refer to IO03500, Process Manager I/O Specification and Technical Data, for IOP/FTA details. AP03-500 Page 16 Note that the following are some of the conditions required in order for CE compliance to be met: • • • • • • • All FTAs must be connected to IOPs (no unconnected parts). Shielded FTA cables must be used if outside a cabinet. The system must be mounted into a Rittal cabinet per Honeywell specifications. All cabinet doors must be fully closed. Standard Honeywell/Rittal mounting plate and channels must be used. The system must be installed according to the Honeywell instructions. The system must be grounded per Honeywell instructions. Harsh Environment Option To help reduce wiring and installation costs, as well as free up valuable control room space, a Remote Hardened I/O (RHIO) NEMA4X sealed cabinet option is available for remotely mounting APM I/O. Backplanes and power supplies included with RHIO are conformally coated. When populated with conformally coated IOPs, FTAs, and Fiber Optic Extenders, the RHIO option provides a GX ‘Severe’ environment product rating against corrosion due to humidity and corrosive gases in remote locations. The IOP cabinet accommodates a 7-slot file and a redundant 8-amp power supply and is available as a standard product; the FTA cabinet must be custom ordered due to the many variations of FTA sizes and layouts. AP03-500 Page 17 Specifications Specifications apply to the APM modules mounted in a standard APM cabinet. Advanced Process Manager Environmental Conditions Parameter Reference Band Normal Limits Operative and Storage Limits Transportation Band 0-50°C ≤0.25°C/min. 0-50°C(2) ≤1°C/min. -40 to 80°C (3) ≤5°C/min. 15-70% 10-90% (No Condensation) 5-95% None 10-60 Hz 0.1 g maximum 0.03 inches 10-60 Hz 0.5 g maximum 0.1 inches 0-60 Hz 1 g maximum 0.1 inches None 1 g maximum 30 ms maximum 5 g maximum 30 ms maximum 20 g maximum 30 ms maximum Ambient Temperature(1,2) 25 ± 1°C Range None Rate of Change Relative Humidity(4) 15-55% Vibration (3 major axes) Frequency Acceleration Displacement Mechanical Shock Acceleration Duration Barometric Pressure Altitude MUCorrosives(1) Sea Level -- MC- Electromagnetic Interference(1) Electrostatic Discharge -- -Surge -- +3000 m/-300 m +3000 m/-300 m any Class G1 (uncoated) Class G3 (coated) Class G1 (uncoated) Class G3 (coated) Class G1 (uncoated) Class G3 (coated) 15 V/M 15 V/M -- IEC 801-2 15 kV 20x once/5 seconds IEEE/ANSI C37.90.1-1989 IEC 801-2 15 kV 20x once/5 seconds -- (1) External to standard APM cabinet with doors closed. (2) APM boards are nominally rated for 0-70°C. This allows for a 15 °C temperature rise inside the cabinet when the external temperature is 0-50 °C, based on allowable hardware configurations inside a cabinet with the door(s) closed. (3) Battery backup option must be transported and stored at temperatures -40 to +85°C. (4) The maximum relative humidity specification applies up to 40°C. For 50°C, the RH specification is derated to 55% to maintain constant moisture content. APM Certifications(1) For: General Purpose Area Class 1, Division 2 Mounting (1) Class 1, Division 2 Interfacing, without barriers (1, 2) (1) Certifying Agency FM, CSA FM FM Received and Pending. For further details, see the APM Site Planning Manual, Section 13. Certification marking provided only if requested in sales order. AP03-500 Page 18 Specifications continued European Community Compliance (CE-Mark) CE Conformity This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of the (Europe) following European Council Directives: 73/23/EEC, the Low Voltage Directive, and 89/336/EEC, the EMC Directive. Conformity of this product with any other “CE Mark” Directive(s) shall not be assumed. Product Classification Enclosure Rating Installation Category Pollution Degree EMC Classification Method of Assessment Deviation from the prescribed procedures and conditions specified in the installation manuals may invalidate this product’s conformity with the Low Voltage and EMC Directives. Class I: Permanently mounted, permanently connected Industrial Control Equipment with protective earthing (grounding). (EN 61010-1-1993) The APM is sold to users in a lockable cabinet which prevents OPERATOR access to live parts, thereby providing protection against shock hazard. If a user installs parts of a Process Manager outside of the standard cabinet, they must be in an equivalent enclosure. Category II: Energy-consuming equipment supplied from the fixed installation. Local Level Appliances and Industrial Control Equipment . (EN 61010-1-1993) Pollution Degree 2: Normally non-conductive pollution with occasional conductivity caused by condensation. (IEC 664-1-1992) Group 1, Class A, Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) Equipment. (EN55011-1991; Emissions) EMC: Technical Construction File (TCF) LVD: Technical File (TF) APMM Redundancy Option* Parameter Specification Control Hold Due to Swap or Failover Typical Maximum 1.5 seconds 3.0 seconds *Note: A redundant HPM requires a redundant power supply. I/O Link Extender (Remote I/O) Specification Parameter Remote I/O Link Extender Long Distance I/O Link Extender Fiber Link Length 1.2 km 8 km Fiber Size 62.5/125 µm 62.5/125 µm Wave Length 820 nanometers 1300 nanometers Fiber Power Budget Over-Temperature Range 5.5 db 10.0 db Note: Fiber optic cables are supplied by outside vendors in accordance with Honeywell specifications. For additional information, see the Advanced Process Manager Site Planning Manual, Section 17. AP03-500 Page 19 Specifications continued Advanced Process Manager Standard Power Systems(1) Electrical Specifications Parameter 120/240 Vac Input(2) Voltage (Vac rms) Current (amps) - Maximum Inrush (Peak) - Running (rms) - Crest Factor Frequency Total Harmonic Distortion DC Output Voltage (Vdc) powered from ac Current (amps) Voltage (Vdc) powered from batteries Reference Normal Band Operating Limits 120 or 240 ± 1 100-264 100-264 35 9 1.1 max. 50/60 ± 0.1 0 ---47-63 0-8% ---47-63 0-8% 25.5 20 24.5 25-26 0-20 24-25 25-26 0-20 24-25 Hold-Up Time (any supply voltage) 25 ms (Nominal line and full load without batteries) Efficiency (any supply) 65% minimum System Battery Backup Specifications Parameter Specification Environment See Environmental Conditions Battery Type 48 Vdc (bulk), 12 amp-hours (sealed gel-cell) Battery Life 5 years at 20°C ambient in an operating system Switchover, Switchback Time Instantaneous diode switching CMOS Memory Backup Specifications Parameter Environment Battery Type Battery Life Switchover, Switchback Time Specification See Environmental Conditions Three 1.2 Vdc, size C nickel-cadmium cells 5 years Instantaneous diode switching (1)A redundant APM requires a redundant power supply. (2)The supply is intended to work on nominal voltages of 120 V (100-132) or 240 V (187-264). It is not necessary for the user to make any adjustments to do this. AP03-500 Page 20 Specifications continued Advanced Process Manager AC-Only Power Systems Electrical Specifications Parameter 120 Vac Input(1) Voltage (Vac rms) Current (amps) - Maximum Inrush (Peak) - Running (rms) for 8 amp PS - Running (rms) for 16 amp PS - Crest Factor Frequency Total Harmonic Distortion 240 Vac Input(1) Voltage (Vac rms) Current (amps) - Maximum Inrush (Peak) - Running (rms) for 8 amp PS - Running (rms) for 16 amp PS - Crest Factor Frequency Total Harmonic Distortion DC Output Voltage (Vdc) powered from ac Current (amps) for 8 amp PS (2) Current (amps) for 16 amp PS (2) Reference Normal Band Operating Limits 120 100-132 100-132 30 3.5 max. 6.5 max. 2.8 max. 50/60 0 ----47-63 0-8% ----47-63 0-8% 240 200-264 200-264 30 2.0 max. 2.8 max. 50/60 0 ----47-63 0-8% ----47-63 0-8% 25 8 16 24.5-25.5 0-8 0-16 24.5-25.5 0-8 0-16 Hold-Up Time (any supply voltage) 20 ms (Nominal line and full load) Efficiency (any supply) 75% minimum CMOS Memory Backup Specifications Parameter Environment Battery Type Battery Recharge Battery Life Switchover, Switchback Time Specification See Environmental Conditions Three size AA alkaline cells Not rechargeable; replace after any use One year if not used 50 hours minimum when used Instantaneous diode switched (1) Input voltage is factory set—cannot be changed in the field. (2) Output current and redundancy are factory configured. They cannot be changed in the field. (3) A redundant APM requires a redundant power supply. AP03-500 Page 21 Model Numbers -- Advanced Process Manager Description Uncoated Model Number Coated Model Number MU-APMR01 MU-APMS01 MC-APMR01 MC-APMS01 APMM Blank Filler Plates for 5 Slots MU-APME01 -- APMM Redundancy Upgrade Kit (APMS01 to APMR01) PM to APM Upgrade Kit (Single) PM to APM Upgrade Kit (Redundant) MU-ZAMR01 MU-ZAPS01 MU-ZAPR01 MC-ZAMR01 MC-ZAPS01 MC-ZAPR01 Card Files (Telephone Connector Version) APMM/PMM File (Empty, 10 I/O Slots), Non-CE APMM/PMM File (Empty, 5 I/O Slots) Side-by-Side Red., Non-CE I/O Processor File (Empty, 15 I/O Slots), Non-CE MU-PMFX02 MU-PMFR02 MU-IOFX02 MC-PMFX02 MC-PMFR02 MC-IOFX02 CE-Mark APMM/PMM File (Empty, 10 I/O Slots) CE-Mark APMM/PMM File (Empty, 5 I/O Slots) Side-by-Side Red. CE-Mark I/O Processor File (Empty, 15 I/O Slots) MU-PMFX03 MU-PMFR03 MU-IOFX03 MC-PMFX03 MC-PMFR03 MC-IOFX03 MU-SWSM22* n/a Advanced Process Manager Module Board Sets Advanced Process Manager Module Board Set — Redundant Advanced Process Manager Module Board Set — Single Advanced Process Manager Software Options APM/HPM I/O Simulator Software, R500 Note: *Software package includes I/O simulation personalities for both APM and HPM. AP03-500 Page 22 Model Numbers (continued) Description Model Number Cabinets and Cabinet Components (Markhon Style) (not CE-compliant) Cabinet Dual Access (.8 W x .8 D x 2.1 H [meters]) Cabinet Single Access (.8 W x 5.5 D x 2.1 H [meters]) Cabinet Lifting Eyebolts (4) MU-CBDM01 MU-CBSM01 MU-CLBM01 Cabinet (Dual Access) Forklift Base Cabinet (Single Access) Forklift Base Cabinet Trim File Filler Plate MU-CFDM01 MU-CFSM01 MU-CTFP11 Vertical Trim Panel Set Full Height Vertical Trim Panel Set Half Height MU-CTVF11 MU-CTVH11 FTA Mounting Channel Narrow FTA Mounting Channel with Shield Ground Bar Narrow FTA Mounting Channel Wide FTA Mounting Channel with Shield Ground Bar Wide MU-TMCN11 MU-TMCN12 MU-TMCW11 MU-TMCW12 Cabinets and Cabinet Components (Rittal Style) (CE-compliant) Cabinet Dual Access (.8 W x .8 D x 2 H [meters]) Cabinet Single Access (.8 W x .5 D x 2 H [meters]) Cabinet Trim File Filler Plate MU-CBDX01 MU-CBSX01 MU-CTFP01 Vertical Trim Panel Set Full Height Vertical Trim Panel Set Half Height MU-CTVF01 MU-CTVH01 FTA Mounting Channel Narrow FTA Mounting Channel with Shield Ground Bar Narrow FTA Mounting Channel Wide FTA Mounting Channel with Shield Ground Bar Wide MU-TMCN01 MU-TMCN02 MU-TMCW01 MU-TMCW02 Description Cabinet Fan Assemblies (All Styles) Cabinet Fan Assembly (240 Vac-50/60 Hz) Cabinet Fan Assembly with Alarm (240 Vac-50/60 Hz) Cabinet Fan Assembly (120 Vac-50/60 Hz) Cabinet Fan Assembly with Alarm (120 Vac-50/60 Hz) Uncoated Model Number Coated Model Number MU-FAN501 MU-FAN511 MU-FAN601 MU-FAN611 n/a MC-FAN511 n/a MC-FAN611 AP03-500 Page 23 Model Numbers (continued) Description Uncoated Model Number Coated Model Number MU-PSRX04 MU-PSSX04 MU-PSRB04 MC-PSRX04 MC-PSSX04 MC-PSRB04 MU-PAR111 MU-PAR211 MU-PAS111 MU-PAS211 MC-PAR111 MC-PAR211 MC-PAS111 MC-PAS211 AC-Only Redundant Power Supply 120 Vac (16 A) AC-Only Redundant Power Supply 240 Vac (16 A) AC-Only Single Power Supply 120 Vac (16 A) AC-Only Single Power Supply 240 Vac (16 A) MU-PAR121 MU-PAR221 MU-PAS121 MU-PAS221 MC-PAR121 MC-PAR221 MC-PAS121 MC-PAS221 AC-Only Power System Cover Plate MU-PACP01 MC-PACP01 MU-TDPR02 MC-TDPR02 Power Systems Including, or Upgradable to, System Battery Backup PM/APM/HPM Redundant Power System with Mounting (20 A) PM/APM/HPM Single Power System with Mounting (20 A) PM/APM/HPM Redundant Power System w/ Sys. Battery Backup Mounting (20 A) AC-Only Power Systems AC-Only Redundant Power Supply 120 Vac (8 A) AC-Only Redundant Power Supply 240 Vac (8 A) AC-Only Single Power Supply 120 Vac (8 A) AC-Only Single Power Supply 240 Vac (8 A) 24 Vdc Power Distribution Power Distribution FTA (24 Vdc) AP03-500 Page 24 Model Numbers (continued) Description UCN Cables (Indoor Use) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (In Cabinet) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (2 m) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (5 m) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (10 m) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (20 m) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (30 m) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (40 m) UCN RG-6 Drop Cable Pair (50 m) Model Number MU-NKD000 MU-NKD002 MU-NKD005 MU-NKD010 MU-NKD020 MU-NKD030 MU-NKD040 MU-NKD050 UCN RG-6 Drop Connectors Kit (24 Connectors) UCN RG-6 Trunk Cable Crimp Tool MU-NKDK01 MU-NKDT01 UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (2.5 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (5 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (10 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (20 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (30 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (50 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (100 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (200 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (400 m) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Pair (600 m) MU-NKT002 MU-NKT005 MU-NKT010 MU-NKT020 MU-NKT030 MU-NKT050 MU-NKT100 MU-NKT200 MU-NKT400 MU-NKT600 UCN RG-11 Trunk Connectors Kit (24 Connectors) UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Crimp Tool MU-NKTK01 MU-NKTT01 UCN RG-11 Trunk Cable Splice Kit (10 in a Package) MU-NCSK01 UCN RG-11 Raw Cable (152 m) UCN RG-11 Raw Cable (305 m) UCN RG-11 Raw Cable (762 m) 51190899-152 51190899-305 51190899-762 UCN Cables (Outdoor Use) UCN RG-11 Raw Cable (152 m) UCN RG-11 Raw Cable (305 m) UCN RG-11 Raw Cable (762 m) 51191607-152 51191607-305 51191607-762 UCN Taps UCN Tap Pair with 2 Drops per Tap (with Brackets) UCN Tap Pair with 4 Drops per Tap (with Brackets) UCN Tap Pair with 8 Drops per Tap (with Brackets) MU-NTAP02 MU-NTAP04 MU-NTAP08 UCN Tap Torque Tool Kit MU-NKTQ01 AP03-500 Page 25 Copyright, Trademarks, and Notices The following are trademarks of Honeywell Inc.: TDC 3000 system Process Manager All other brand or product names appearing herein are trademarks of their respective companies or organizations. AP03-500 Page 26 AP03-500 Page 27 AP03-500 Page 28 While this information is presented in good faith and believed to be accurate, Honeywell disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and makes no express warranties except as may be stated in its written agreement with and for its customer. In no event is Honeywell liable to anyone for any indirect, special or consequential damages. The information and specifications in this document are subject to change without notice. Printed in U.S.A. © Copyright 1996 - Honeywell Inc.