Installation & Operation Manual Fusion4 SSC-A
Installation & Operation Manual
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CHAPTER 1 GENERAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
1.1 Product Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
1.2 Functionality Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
1.3 Target Group for this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
CHAPTER 2 SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
2.1 Safety Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
2.1.1 Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.1.2 Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
2.2 Safety Instructions for the SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
2.2.1
2.2.1.1
2.2.1.2
2.2.1.3
2.2.1.4
2.2.1.5
2.2.2
2.2.2.1
2.2.2.1.1
2.2.2.1.2
2.2.2.1.3
2.2.2.1.4
2.2.2.1.5
2.2.3
2.2.3.1
2.2.3.2
2.2.4
2.2.4.1
2.2.4.2
2.2.4.3
2.2.4.4
2.2.4.5
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
EC Declaration of Conformity (for EU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
Control Drawings for FM & CSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
Users. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Personal Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Repairs and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening of the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Working Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Required Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
2-3
2-4
2-4
2-4
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
Safety Standards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5
Accordance to Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Explosion Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Compliance to FCC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Low-Voltage Directive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Reference of Applicable Standards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7
SSC-A Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-7
2.3 Safety Instructions for the LAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
2.3.1
2.3.1.1
2.3.1.2
2.3.2
2.3.3
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General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
EC declaration of conformity (for EU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
Control Drawings for FM & CSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
Explosion Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
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2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
2.3.7
2.3.8
2.3.9
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Maintenance and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Environmental Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
LAD Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
2.4 Safety Instructions for the Fusion4 IR Controller . . 2-13
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.2.1
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.4.6
2.4.7
2.4.8
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-14
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-14
EC declaration of conformity (for EU) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-14
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15
Maintenance and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-15
IR Controller Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-16
2.5 Liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17
CHAPTER 3 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
Injection Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
SSC-A Injection Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
Menu-based SSC-A Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
3.2 System Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
3.3 FlexConn Modules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
3.3.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
3.4 Hardware Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
3.4.1 Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
3.4.2 Interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6
3.4.3 Grounding Concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-9
3.5 PCB Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
3.5.1 PCB Details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
3.5.1.1 CAN-HMI-SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
3.5.1.1.1 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-11
3.5.1.1.2 Component Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
3.5.1.1.3 Terminal Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
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3.5.1.2 CAN-ADD-BLEND. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
3.5.1.2.1 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
3.5.1.2.2 Component Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
3.5.1.2.3 Terminal Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
3.5.1.3 CAN-OPTION-SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17
3.5.1.3.1 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
3.5.1.3.2 Component Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
3.5.1.3.3 Terminal Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20
3.5.1.4 CAN-PSF-SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-22
3.5.1.4.1 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-22
3.5.1.4.2 Board Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23
3.5.1.4.3 TComponents Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23
3.6 Device Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
Mechanical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-26
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-27
Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-28
3.7 Available Input/Output Functions on the SSC-A . . . 3-29
3.8 Input Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.2.1
3.8.2.2
3.8.3
3.8.3.1
3.8.3.2
3.8.4
3.8.4.1
3.8.4.2
3.8.5
3.8.5.1
3.8.5.2
3.8.6
3.8.6.1
3.8.6.2
3.8.7
3.8.7.1
3.8.7.2
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-30
Digital Input AC (DI AC/ OPT DI AC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-30
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-30
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-31
Digital Input DC (DI DC/ OPT DI DC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-32
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-32
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-33
Single-Pulse Input (Single PI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-34
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-34
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-35
Dual-Pulse Input (Quad PI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-36
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-36
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-37
Analog Input (OPT AI DC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-38
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-38
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-39
Resistance Temperature Detector (OPT RTD) . . . . . . . . . . . .3-40
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-40
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-41
3.9 Output Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-42
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3.9.1
3.9.2
3.9.2.1
3.9.2.2
3.9.2.3
3.9.3
3.9.3.1
3.9.3.2
3.9.4
3.9.4.1
3.9.4.2
3.9.5
3.9.5.1
3.9.5.2
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-42
Digital Output Solid State Relay AC (DO AC/ OPT DO AC) . .3-43
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-43
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-44
Output Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-44
Digital Output Electromechanical Relay (DO EMR/OPT DO EMR)
3-45
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-45
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-46
Pulse Output (PO DC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-47
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-47
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-48
Analog Output (OPT AO DC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-49
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-49
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-49
3.10 Communication Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-50
3.10.1
3.10.1.1
3.10.1.2
3.10.1.3
Communication (COMMS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-50
Functional Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-50
Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-52
Cable Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-52
CHAPTER 4 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4.1 Mounting and Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4.2 Gland Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
4.2.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
4.2.2 Metric Gland Entries (FIGURE 4-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
4.2.3 NPT Gland Entries (FIGURE 4-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
4.3 Removing the Lid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
4.4 Removing the PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
4.5 Replacing the PCBs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
4.6 Replacing the Lid. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
4.7 Fusing and Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
4.7.1 Fusing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-8
4.7.2 Power consumption SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-8
4.8 Wiring Termination Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
4.8.1 Wiring Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9
4.8.2 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-10
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4.8.3
4.8.4
4.8.5
4.8.6
Wire Sizes and Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-10
Recommended Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Wire Crimps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Board Connectors Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-12
4.9 Terminal Assignment Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
4.9.1 CANN-ADD-BLEND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-13
4.9.2 CAN-OPTION-SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-14
4.9.3 Internal Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-15
CHAPTER 5 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
5.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
5.1.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5.1.2 Text Conventions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
5.2 Service Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
5.3 Service Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.2.1
5.3.2.2
5.3.3
5.3.3.1
5.3.3.2
5.3.3.3
5.3.3.4
Fusion4 IR Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2
LAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
LAD Application Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-4
Navigation with the Fusion4 IR Controller and the LAD . . . . . .5-5
Basic Navigation (Fusion4 IR Controller + LAD) . . . . . . . . . . . .5-5
LEDs (Fusion4 IR Controller + LAD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-6
Special Function Key (LAD only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7
SD Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-7
5.3.3.4.1
5.3.3.4.2
5.3.3.4.3
5.3.3.4.4
5.3.3.4.5
5.3.3.4.6
Product Type Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Directory Structure and Files Organization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
Number of Files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-11
Language Pack Configurable Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
Building a Local Language Pack for SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13
5.4 Menu and Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-17
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7
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General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-17
Key benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-17
Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-17
Text Input Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-18
Numeric Input Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-18
Enumeration Input Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-19
Status Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-19
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5.5 Running Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-20
5.5.1 Additive Progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-20
5.5.2 Last Transaction and Daily Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-20
5.6 Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
5.7 LAD Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
5.8 Device Locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21
5.9 Device Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-24
5.9.1 Using the Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-24
5.9.2 Menu Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-24
5.10 Additive Injection Application Overview . . . . . . . . . . 5-29
5.11 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-30
5.11.1 Using the Configuration Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-30
5.11.2 Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-31
5.11.2.1 Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-31
5.11.2.1.1 Recipe Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-31
5.11.2.2
5.11.2.3
5.11.2.4
5.11.3
5.11.3.1
Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-35
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-37
Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-38
I/O binding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-39
Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-41
5.11.3.1.1 Pacing Source I/O Binding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-41
5.11.3.1.1.1
5.11.3.1.1.2
5.11.3.1.1.3
5.11.3.1.1.4
Smart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inject-Now Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Self . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-43
5-44
5-44
5-45
5.11.3.1.2
5.11.3.1.3
5.11.3.1.4
5.11.3.1.5
5.11.3.1.6
5.11.3.1.7
5.11.3.1.8
5.11.3.1.9
5.11.3.1.10
Enable Permissive1/Permissive2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enable Secondary Permissive (System Interlock) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wild Stream Low Flow (Slow-Flow Signal / Clean Arm) . . . . . . . . .
Pump Feedback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slave Solenoid (External Solenoid Control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tank low level switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tank empty switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Additive temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-45
5-46
5-46
5-46
5-47
5-47
5-47
5-48
5-48
5.11.3.2 Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-50
5.11.3.2.1
5.11.3.2.2
5.11.3.2.3
5.11.3.2.4
5.11.3.2.5
5.11.3.2.6
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Solenoid Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Shutdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Block Valve Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Injection Feedback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pump Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.11.3.2.7 Factored Pulse Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-52
5.11.4 I/O settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-53
5.11.4.1 Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-53
5.11.4.1.1 PI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-53
5.11.4.1.1.1 Wild stream Flow Metering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-53
5.11.4.1.2 DI (for both AC# and DC#) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-54
5.11.4.1.3 OPT AI DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-54
5.11.4.1.3.1 OPT RTD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-55
5.11.4.2 Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-57
5.11.4.2.1 (OPT) DO EMR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-57
5.11.4.2.1.1 Relay mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-57
5.11.4.2.1.2 OPT AO DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-57
5.11.4.3 Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-59
5.11.4.3.1 IR COMMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-59
5.11.4.3.2 (OPT) COMMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-60
5.11.4.3.2.1
5.11.4.3.2.2
5.11.4.3.2.3
5.11.4.3.2.4
5.11.4.3.2.5
5.11.4.3.2.6
5.11.4.3.2.7
5.11.4.3.2.8
5.11.4.3.2.9
5.11.4.3.2.10
5.11.4.3.2.11
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexConn Instrument Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communication Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baudrate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stop bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Datastream Maximum Gap Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turn-around Delay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Broadcast Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unit Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Modbus byte order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-60
5-60
5-60
5-61
5-61
5-61
5-61
5-61
5-61
5-62
5-62
5.11.4.4 Protocols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-62
5.11.4.4.1
5.11.4.4.2
5.11.4.4.3
5.11.4.4.4
5.11.4.5
5.11.5
5.11.5.1
5.11.5.2
5.11.5.2.1
5.11.5.2.2
5.11.5.2.3
5.11.5.2.4
5.11.5.2.5
Protocol FMC Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protocol Brooks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protocol Modbus RTU/Modbus legacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexConn Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-62
5-62
5-63
5-63
Communication Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-63
Control settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-66
Additive control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-66
Additive recipe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-68
Injection Recipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Where do I get my recipe? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conversion of recipe volumes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Frequency of injection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-68
5-69
5-69
5-69
5-70
5.11.5.3 Wild stream . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-72
5.11.5.3.1 Minimum Product Volume for Transaction Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-72
5.11.5.4
5.11.5.5
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Clean arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-73
Solenoid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-74
Volume Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-74
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-74
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5.11.6.3
5.11.6.4
5.11.7
5.11.7.1
5.11.7.2
5.11.7.3
5.11.7.4
5.11.7.5
5.11.7.6
5.11.7.7
Calculation of Transactional Gross Standard Volume. . . . . . .5-74
Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-75
Density data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-75
Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-75
Leaking valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-75
Flush volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-76
No activity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-76
No additive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-77
No pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-77
Deviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-78
Fixed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-78
5.12 Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-83
5.12.1
5.12.2
5.12.3
5.12.4
Why Calibrate? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-83
Calibration Menu Choice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-84
Manual Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-84
Calibrating Using the Wizard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-84
5.13 Info (Information of the device) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-87
5.14 Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-91
5.14.1 Transaction Logs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-92
5.14.2 Calibration Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-94
5.14.3 Alarm Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-95
5.15 Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-96
5.15.1
5.15.2
5.15.3
5.15.4
5.15.5
5.15.6
5.15.6.1
5.15.7
Dashboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-97
System Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-99
Active Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-101
Storage Info. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-101
Accumulated Totals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-102
Device Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-102
Alarm Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-104
Advanced Diagnostics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-104
5.16 Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-106
5.16.1
5.16.2
5.16.3
5.16.3.1
5.16.4
5.16.5
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General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-106
Retrieving Transaction Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-107
Additive Transaction Record Explained. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-108
Transaction Alarm Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-109
Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-110
Events / Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-111
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5.16.6 Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-111
5.16.7 Language Packs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-112
5.17 LAD Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-112
5.17.1
5.17.2
5.17.2.1
5.17.3
5.17.4
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-112
Firmware Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-113
Verify the Firmware Update. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-115
Test LED, Function Key, and LAD Information Submenus . . 5-115
Format SD Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-118
CHAPTER 6 ALARM HANDLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.2 Alarm Output Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.3 Alarm Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
6.4 Stream Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
6.5 HMI Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.6 Alarm Logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.7 Active Alarms. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
6.7.1 Alarm Manager Entities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
6.8 Alarms through Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
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General - Product Introduction
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL
1.1 Product Introduction
The Fusion4 Single Stream Controller-Additive, further in this manual
referred to as SSC-A, is a hazardous area, intelligent additive injection
controller, utilizing state-of-the-art microprocessor technology for highaccuracy additive injection applications.
The SSC-A is designed to control one single additive stream. It can
operate within any product transfer application, such as road tanker
loading, rail off-loading or pipeline transfer, where multiple products
need to be accurately combined.
One basic principle1 of operation (see FIGURE 1-1) is achieved by the
SSC-A monitoring the flow of the wild stream, and using this flow rate to
accurately pace the flow of the additive stream to a pre-determined
target ratio in parts per million (ppm).
The pacing of the additive stream is realized through accurate, rapid
injections of very small volumes of additive into the process, at
frequently and evenly spaced intervals.
SSC-A
highfrequency
pulses
wild stream
pacing pulse input
Additive
stream
injection
control
valve
flow
meter
Wild stream
flow
meter
FIGURE 1-1
Basic SSC-A principle of operation (example)
F4A10-0001
1. Additional pacing modes are available. For
details, see Chapter 3 - System Description.
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1.2 Functionality Overview
Functionality
SSC-A
Common hardware platform (Additive & Blending)
√
Common firmware version (Additive & Blending)
√
Global Ex approvals (ATEX, FM, CSA, IECEx)
√
ASTM-compliant temperature compensation
√
ASTM-compliant pressure compensation
-
Expandable I/O hardware
√
Firmware in-situ upgradeable
√
Fully configurable I/O binding
√
Diagnostics dashboard
√
Configuration upload/download
√
Transaction and calibration logs upload/download
√
Interface to Fusion4 Portal (printing, and so on)
√
Multi language display
11
Free programmable language pack
1
Transaction storage
10,000
Alarm log records
128
Calibration log records
100
Comms ports
2
Digital inputs
13
Digital outputs
7
Analog I/O and RTDs
3
1.3 Target Group for this Manual
This manual is intended for engineers and technicians, who are
assigned to install, commission, and service the SSC-A.
FIGURE 1-2
SSC-A in Fusion4 MiniPak, EU market (left) and US market (FM/UL version, right)
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CHAPTER 2 SAFETY
2.1 Safety Conventions
2.1.1 Warnings
Following warning mark is used within this manual to urge attention in
order to prevent personal injuries or dangerous situations, further
described within this manual.
Symbol
Description
Remark
General warning
Will always be explained by text.
2.1.2 Cautions
Following caution mark is used within this manual to urge attention in
order to prevent damages to the equipment further described within
this manual.
Symbol
Description
General caution sign
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) sensitive device
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2.2 Safety Instructions for the SSC
2.2.1 General
WARNING! One must strictly follow the safety instructions
mentioned in this manual as well as the safety
instructions shipped with the device for installation,
commissioning, operation, and maintenance, to
ensure safe operation.
The SSC may be located in explosion safety areas:
USA (FM) and Canada (CSA)
Safety
level
Safety
level
Remarks
Class 1,
Division 1
WARNING!
Do NOT open
when an
explosive
atmosphere
may be
present.
WARNING!
Do NOT open
when an
explosive
atmosphere
may be
present.
Zone 1
WARNING!
Do NOT open
when an
explosive
atmosphere
may be
present.
-
Remarks
Zone 1
WARNING!
Do NOT open
when an
explosive
atmosphere
may be
present.
Zone 2
WARNING!
Do NOT open
when an
explosive
atmosphere
may be
present.
CAUTION!
Seal conduit
within 18
inches.
Zone 2
WARNING!
Do NOT open
when an
explosive
atmosphere
may be
present.
CAUTION!
Seal conduit
within 18
inches.
CAUTION!
Seal conduit
within 18
inches.
Safe Area
Safety
level
Remarks
CAUTION!
Seal conduit
within 18
inches.
Class 1,
Division 2
Rest of the World
(ATEX / IECEx)
Canada (CSA)
Safe
Zone
-
Safe
Zone
-
2.2.1.1 EC Declaration of Conformity (for EU)
Refer to the EC declaration of conformity shipped with the device.
2.2.1.2 Control Drawings for FM & CSA
Refer to the control drawings shipped with the device.
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2.2.1.3 Users
The mechanical and electrical installation must be carried out only by
trained personnel with knowledge of the requirements for installation of
explosion-proof equipment in hazardous areas.
The entire installation procedure must be carried out in accordance with
national, local, and company regulations.
The entire electrical installation may be carried out in accordance with
the national requirements for electrical equipment to be installed in
hazardous areas.
NOTE: See EN IEC 60079-14 or NEC (NFPA70).
2.2.1.4 Additional Information
If you require additional information, contact Honeywell Enraf or its
representative. See the back cover of this manual.
2.2.1.5 Environmental Conditions
Observe the environmental conditions regarding the allowable
operating temperature (-40°C ... +65°C/ -40°F ... +149°F) and relative
humidity (RH 5 ... 95%, non-condensing).
2.2.2 Personal Safety
WARNING! In hazardous areas it is compulsory to use personal
protection and safety gear.
This can be: Safety helmet, fire-resistive overall,
safety shoes, safety glasses, working gloves, LELmeter.
Pay attention to the kind of product involved. If there
is any danger for your health, wear a gas mask and
take all necessary precautions.
WARNING! Take appropriate precautions when chemical or toxic
product vapors are present (compressed air,
chemical protection suit, detection equipment).
2.2.2.1 General
2.2.2.1.1 Repairs and Maintenance
WARNING! Any repairs or parts replacements must be carried
out by the manufacturer or its appointed repair agent!
2.2.2.1.2 Opening of the Device
WARNING! It is forbidden to open the device within an explosive
hazardous environment, unless otherwise stated on
the safety label.
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WARNING! Treat the flange surface of the cover and the housing
with care.
Keep the flange surface free of dirt.
The O-ring must be present and undamaged.
2.2.2.1.3 Tools
WARNING! Use non-sparking tools and explosion-proof testers.
Use suitable explosion-proof tools (for example,
testing devices)!
2.2.2.1.4 Working Environment
WARNING! Avoid generation of static electricity. Make sure no
explosive gas mixtures build up in the working area.
2.2.2.1.5 Required Skills
WARNING! The technician must have technical skills to be able
to safely install the equipment. The technician also
must be trained to work in accordance with the
national requirements for electrical equipment in
hazardous areas.
2.2.3 Electrical
2.2.3.1 Safety Standards
 The entire electrical installation must be in accordance with the Inter-
national Standard EN IEC 60079-14 for electrical equipment in
hazardous areas or with NEC (NFPA70) requirements.
 The stopping plugs, cable glands and reducers must be installed in
accordance with appropriate IP requirements
 Use suitable flameproof (Ex d) compound barrier glands (due > 2
litres IIB) for the SSC.
 Improper installation of cable glands, conduits or stopping plugs
invalidates the Ex approval of this device.
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2.2.3.2 Grounding
WARNING! Ensure the housing of the device is properly
connected to the ground reference. See FIGURE 21. Ensure the electrical resistance of the ground
connections is below the maximum prescribed by
local requirements.
FIGURE 2-1
The grounding connections of the SSC
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2.2.4 Accordance to Regulations
2.2.4.1 Explosion Safety
Approval
Certificate no.
Type of protection identification
ATEX
KEMA 10ATEX0095 X
IECEx
IECEx KEM 10.0044 X
Zone 1
FM
3040469
Class I, Division 1
group C, D T6
Class I, Division 1
group C, D T6
CSA
11.2370409
Zone 1
Ex d [ia] IIB T6
II 2 G
Ex d [ia] IIB T6 Gb
Ta = -40°C ... +65°C
(-40°F ... +149°F)
2.2.4.2 Compliance to FCC
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. The device does
not cause harmful interference and accepts any interference received.
2.2.4.3 Low-Voltage Directive
The device is suitable for:
 Pollution degree 2
 Overvoltage category II
 Class I equipment
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2.2.4.4 Reference of Applicable Standards
Standard
Description
ATEX 95
Applicable for manufacturers of equipment that is used in
places where explosion danger may exist.
IECEx
The IECEx System is an International Conformity System
where a Mark of Conformity is granted by approved IECEx
certifiers (ExCBs) located in IECEx participating countries for
equipment that is covered by an IECEx Certificate of Conformity and hence has been tested and manufactured under
systems that are under ongoing surveillance by ExCBs.
FM
Factory Mutual Approvals Division
The Factory Mutual Approvals Division determines the safety
and reliability of equipment, materials, or services utilized in
hazardous locations in the United States and elsewhere.
CSA
Canadian Standards Association
The standards generated by CSA are the cornerstone for
determining a product's eligibility for certification in
hazardous locations in Canada.
2.2.4.5 SSC-A Labels
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Ta = -40°F to +149ºF
FIGURE 2-2
Identification labels with Safety note on the SSC
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2.3 Safety Instructions for the LAD
FIGURE 2-3
The Local Access Device (LAD)
WARNING! One must strictly follow the safety instructions
mentioned in this manual as well as the safety
instructions shipped with the device for installation,
commissioning, operation, and maintenance, to
ensure safe operation.
The LAD may be located in explosion safety areas:
USA (FM) and Canada (CSA)
Safety
level
Safety
Level
Remarks
Class 1,
Division 1
Canada (CSA)
WARNING!
Substitution of
components
may impair
intrinsic safety.
Remarks
Class 1,
Division 1
resp.
Zone 1
Class 1,
Division 2
WARNING!
Substitution of
components
may impair
intrinsic safety.
Class 1,
Division 2
resp.
Zone 2
Safe
Area
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Remarks
level
WARNING!
Substitution of
components
may impair
intrinsic
safety.
Zone 1
-
WARNING!
Substitution of
components
may impair
intrinsic
safety.
Zone 2
-
Safe
Zone
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2.3.1 General
The Local Access Device (LAD) is a hand-held controller used to
interface with the Fusion4 product family, allowing tasks such as
parameter adjustment, alarm resetting, and injector calibration.
The device facilitates two-way data communication between a parent
device and the LAD. It allows rapid transfer of transaction data,
configuration files and calibration records, and also upgrading the
firmware in the field.
WARNING! Only use the instrument for its intended purpose.
2.3.1.1 EC declaration of conformity (for EU)
Refer to the EC declaration of conformity and ATEX certificate(s),
shipped with the device.
2.3.1.2 Control Drawings for FM & CSA
Refer to the control drawings shipped with the device.
2.3.2 Explosion Safety
Approval
Certificate no.
Type of protection identification
ATEX
KEMA 10ATEX0152
IECEx
IECEx KEM 10.0070
Zone 1
FM
3041202
Class I, Division 1
group C, D T4
Class I, Division 1
group C, D T4
CSA
11.2395571
Zone 1
Ex ia IIB T4
II 2 G
Ex ia IIB T4 Gb
Ta = -20°C ... +65°C
(-40°F ... +149°F)
2.3.3 Installation
No specific installation requirements apply, the device is factory ready
for connection to Fusion4 parent devices (for example, SSC).
WARNING! This is an Intrinsically safe device and as such may
only be connected to devices with compatible intrinsically safe parameters.
Connection of non-intrinsically safe signals invalidates the approval. The electrical data of the intrinsically safe circuits is to be taken from the certificate.
2.3.4 Commissioning
Commissioning the instrument and Fusion4 parent devices using this
controller may be conducted by qualified engineers, trained by
Honeywell Enraf and with knowledge of the (local) requirements for
electrical equipment in hazardous areas.
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2.3.5 Operation
After connecting to a Fusion4 parent device (for example, SSC), the
LAD can be used for its intended purpose.
The memory card can be removed and inserted also in hazardous
areas, but be aware that the device is then no longer suitably protected
against ingress of water.
2.3.6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting
In the unlikely event of malfunction, only a qualified service engineer,
trained by Honeywell Enraf and with knowledge of safety regulations for
working in hazardous areas is allowed to repair the instrument.
2.3.7 Additional Information
If you require additional information, contact Honeywell Enraf or its
representative. See the back cover of this manual.
2.3.8 Environmental Conditions
Observe the environmental conditions regarding the allowable
operating temperature (-20°C ... +65°C/ -40°F ... +149°F), relative
humidity (RH 5 ... 95%, non-condensing), and operating pressure
(atmospheric).
2.3.9 LAD Labels
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FIGURE 2-4
Identification labels with Safety note on the LAD
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2.4 Safety Instructions for the Fusion4 IR Controller
FIGURE 2-5
Safety instructions for the Fusion4 IR Controller
WARNING! You must strictly follow the safety instructions
mentioned in this manual as well as the safety
instructions shipped with the device for installation,
commissioning, operation, and maintenance to
ensure safe operation.
The IR Controller may be located in explosion safety areas as follows:
USA (FM) and Canada (CSA)
Safety
level
Class 1,
Division 1
Canada (CSA)
Safety
Level
Remarks
WARNING!
Do not open
battery
compartment
in a hazardous
area. Use only
approved
batteries, see
label.
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Division 1
Remarks
WARNING!
Do not open
battery
compartment
in a
hazardous
area. Use only
approved
batteries, see
label.
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IECEx)
Safety
Remarks
level
Zone 1
WARNING!
Do not open
battery
compartment
in a hazardous
area. Use only
approved
batteries, see
label.
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USA (FM) and Canada (CSA)
Safety
level
Safety
Level
Remarks
Class 1,
Division 2
Safe
Area
Canada (CSA)
WARNING!
Do not open
battery
compartment
in a hazardous
area. Use only
approved
batteries, see
label.
-
Remarks
Class 1,
Division 2
Safe
Zone
WARNING!
Do not open
battery
compartment
in a
hazardous
area. Use only
approved
batteries, see
label.
-
Rest of the World (ATEX /
IECEx)
Safety
Remarks
level
Zone 2
Safe
Zone
WARNING!
Do not open
battery
compartment
in a hazardous
area. Use only
approved
batteries, see
label.
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2.4.1 General
The GCHHC-4 IR Controller is a hand-held remote controller which is
an infrared type control device. The device facilitates to program the
Enraf fluid technology IR Controlled equipment remotely.
The device contains all the necessary program codes installed. Hence,
user programming is not required.
2.4.2 Precautions
 Clean the device with a damp cloth.
 Use additional protection in areas where damage may occur.
 Do not repair the device without permission to avoid the invalidation







of the certificate.
Do not leave the device in direct sunlight or place it a heat source.
Do not drop the device or subject it to other types of stress. Handle
the device gently.
Do not touch any solvent or aggressive substances as the enclosure
is made up of plastic.
Store the device at room temperature in a clean and dry location.
Ensure to use the correct type of the batteries to prevent damage to
the device or shorten the battery life.
Ensure that the buttons are not pressed to prevent the usage of
batteries when storing the device.
Ensure to remove the batteries to prevent damage caused by leaking
batteries before storing the device for a long time.
2.4.2.1 EC declaration of conformity (for EU)
Refer to the EC declaration of conformity and ATEX certificate(s),
shipped with the device.
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2.4.3 Installation
Perform the following steps to install the device.
 Remove the security screws from the compartment lid.
 Slide the battery compartment lid from the device.
 Install the 3 AAA Alkaline batteries ensuring that the plus (+) and the
minus (-) polarity of the batteries is correct.
NOTE: Removing the batteries does not remove the
GCHHC-4 memory.
Always replace the batteries with new ones.
Use only batteries approved for use.
WARNING! Do not open the battery compartment or change the
batteries in a hazardous area.
2.4.4 Commissioning
IR Controller and Fusion4 parent devices must be commissioned by
qualified engineers, trained by Honeywell Enraf. The engineers must
have the knowledge of the local requirements for electrical equipment in
hazardous areas.
2.4.5 Operation
After connecting to a Fusion4 parent device (for example, SSC) the
GCHHC-4 IR Controller can be used for its intended purpose.
Perform the following steps to use the device.
 Direct the device at the IR port of the equipment to be programmed.
 Select ATTN on the IR Controller to turn the device and send the
initial program command to the equipment (SSC).
REMARK: Refer to the specific equipment’s user manual for
defined programmed functions.
The device automatically stops after 30 seconds if an
activity is not performed. This helps in preserving the
battery life.
2.4.6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting
In the unlikely event of malfunction, only a qualified service engineer,
trained by Honeywell Enraf and with knowledge of safety regulations for
working in hazardous areas is allowed to repair the instrument.
2.4.7 Additional Information
If you require additional information, contact Honeywell Enraf or its
representative. For more information about Honeywell Enraf’s solutions,
see the back cover of this manual.
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FIGURE 2-6
Identification labels with Safety note on the GCHHC-4 IR Controller
2.5 Liability
The information in this installation guide is the copyright property of
Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell International Inc. disclaims any
responsibility for personal injury or damage to equipment caused by:
 Deviation from any of the prescribed procedures,
 Execution of activities that are not prescribed,
 Neglect of the safety regulations for handling tools and use of elec-
tricity.
The contents, descriptions, and specifications in this manual are subject
to change without notice. Honeywell International Inc. accepts no
responsibility for any errors that may appear in this manual.
WARNING! Only certified technicians are authorized to make
changes to the SSC configuration. All modifications
must be in accordance with the guidelines as set
forth by Honeywell International Inc. Modifications
not authorized by Honeywell International Inc. invalidates the approval certificates.
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CHAPTER 3 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 General
The main function of the SSC-A is controlling and monitoring the flow of
a single additive injection stream.
It can operate within any product transfer application, such as road
tanker loading, rail off-loading or pipeline transfer, where multiple
products need to be accurately combined.
3.1.2 Injection Principle
The pacing of the additive stream is achieved through accurate, rapid
injections of very small volumes of additive, at frequently and evenly
spaced intervals.
EU version
US version
The SSC-A is a cycle-based injector, meaning that the additive does not
dispense continuously. An internal recipe controls the ratio of additive
being injected to the process stream. In a typical application, the
process flow rate is monitored by the controller. As chemical additive is
called, the controller opens a solenoid control valve and injects a small
quantity of additive into the process stream. When the required quantity
is reached, the controller closes the valve and waits until the next
injection is required. The injection cycle repeats in this manner, keeping
the additive “in pace” with the process flow. The reason for cyclical
injection technology is uniform mixing of product and additive. Many of
the recipes used call for a few parts per million ratio of additive to
process.
3.1.3 SSC-A Injection Control
In general, the SSC-A requires the following items to operate.
•
•
•
•
AC Power
Pacing-signal setup
Permissive Signal (optional)
Target additive ratio to target product (ppm)1
The injection control of the SSC-A can be achieved in different pacing
modes (see also FIGURE 3-1):
 Self-paced mode: The SSC-A autonomously injects on a time and
fluid volume basis (configurable).
1. Not in Slave mode.
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 Smart mode: An external trigger source (Pulse Input, Digital Input,
Analog Input, or Comms) makes the SSC-A injecting a configurable
additive volume.
 Slave mode: In this case additive injection is fully controlled by an
external device.
To adequately match the various specific applications, the SSC-A has a
number of configurable parameters available. For an explanation of all
these parameters and their specific settings, see CHAPTER 5 Operation.
SSC-A
self-paced
mode
smart
mode
highfrequency
pulses
slave
mode
Additive
stream
injection
control valve
(solenoid)
highfrequency
pulses
flow
meter
Wild stream
flow
meter
FIGURE 3-1
F4A-10-0003
SSC-A pacing control modes
3.1.4 Menu-based SSC-A Control
By using an external control device, the SSC-A can be fully controlled
through its integrated, menu based interface.
This control device can be either:
 The Fusion4 IR Controller.
 The RS-485 connection1 based Local Access Device (LAD).
Using one of these devices, it is possible to navigate the menus,
change settings (commissioning), initiate a calibration, and diagnose
problems.
1. Through an Ex d/ Ex i connector on the front
of the SSC-A.
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3.2 System Architecture
Founded on Honeywell Enraf’s proprietary FlexConn architecture, the
SSC-A is a member of the Fusion4 portfolio of Loading Automation &
Control products.
The Fusion4 SSC-A system is built up from interchangeable hardware
modules. These modules consist of uniform Printed Circuit Boards
(PCBs), each of them representing a different, unique functionality.
Together with the software implemented on these hardware parts, each
PCB makes up a FlexConn module. These modules communicate with
each other through the serial CAN-bus. See FIGURE 3-2.
SSC DISPLAY
Mains
Supply
FUSION4
PORTAL
BoL PRINTER
(MID compliant)
CA
Nb
RS-485
FUSION4 IR CONTROLLER
us
CAN-PSF-SSC
DO
IR
Fusion4
SSC-A
FS-HMI
RS-485
BLOCK VALVE
FS-OPTION
DO
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CAN-HMI-SSC
EMR
LAD
CAN-ADD-BLEND
FS-STREAM
DO
RS-485
PO
(pulses)
TAS
DO
(alarm)
REMOTE TOTALIZER
flow
pulses
RS-485
flow
pulses
permissive
ADDITIVE PUMP
DO
LOAD COMPUTER
flow
meter
solenoid
valve
MONOBLOCK
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3.3 FlexConn Modules
3.3.1 General
One of the main characteristics of the FlexConn architecture is its
placement flexibility of the FlexConn modules. The backbone of this
concept is the serial CAN1 bus to which each FlexConn module
connects.
= terminating resistor
FIGURE 3-3
FlexConn CAN bus concept
Besides a generic function, each FlexConn module has one or more
specific functions. In general, this can be:
 a sensor function
 an application function
 an input/output (I/O) function
 a communication function
 a display function
A sensor function measures or calculates a process value, or it obtains
a process value from a connected external instrument.
An application function controlling the high-level operation of a device,
for instance stream control, flow control, or device control.
An input/output (I/O) function controls digital output or reads digital input
from instruments around the loading gantry.
A communication function ensures of the communication with a
communication interface unit or with a DCS, SCADA, tank inventory, or
another terminal automation system.
A display function makes it possible to communicate with the module(s)
through a Human Machine Interface.
1. Controller Area Network.
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3.4 Hardware Structure
3.4.1 Housing
The housing of the SSC-A consists of a box and a lid, which can be
removed by loosening 4 captive socket-head screws. See FIGURE 3-4.
exploded view of the lid
A
B
C
D
J
E
F
G
FIGURE 3-4
Housing of SSC-A
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Label
Description
A
Captive socket-head screws (4x), of which 1 with has an enlarged head for
sealing purposes (see figure left)
Brand identity cover
Lid
Brand identity cover fasteners (6x)
O-ring (standard available part)
Glass
Glass retainer rings
Glass retainer rings fasteners (4x)
Glass cemented to lid (C) on this side (circular, contact surface)
B
C
D
E
F
G/H
I
J
3.4.2 Interior
 Within the rugged, sand-casted housing, the printed circuit boards of
the SSC-A are stacked by means of plastic board-retaining clips.
 The metal board spacers provide extra stability, grounding, and EMI
performance.
 The boards are interconnected by a flatcable, providing power and
serial communication.
 The SSC-A version without CAN-OPTION-SSC has 4 extra
mounting studs to compensate for the reduced board assembly
height. See FIGURE 3-5.
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PCB spacers
SSC-A frontside
PCB clips
3-PCB version
(no CAN-OPTION-SSC)
FIGURE 3-5
mounting studs (6x)
Stacked module construction of the SSC-A
F4A10-0006
The following boards can be placed into the SSC-A.
 CAN-HMI-SSC
 CAN-OPTION-SSC
 CAN-ADD-BLEND
 CAN-PSF-SSC
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A
FIGURE 3-6
Refer to
FIGURE 3-6
B
A
C D
C
Full-configuration SSC-A (left) and 3-PCBs configuration (right)
D
F4A10-0005
PCB name
Module* name
Description
A
CAN-HMI-SSC
FS-HMI
Controls the display and the Local Access
Device (LAD) interfaces.
B
CAN-OPTION-SSC
FS-OPTION
Additional IO functions are available with this
optional board.
C
CAN-ADD-BLEND
FS-STREAM
Controls the additive stream.
D
CAN-PSF-SSC
-
Delivers the internal power for the SSC-A.
* A PCB with software installed.
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3.4.3 Grounding Concept
Each printed circuit board has 2 grounding points. These grounding
points are used to electrically connect every board with the metal
housing. This is performed by means of metal spacers, which are
pressed into the boards. See FIGURE 3-7.
board spacers
board spacer
screwed here
into SSC housing
FIGURE 3-7
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The internal electronics (that is, processing) are directly connected with
this ground. All galvanic isolated IO blocks are not connected with this
ground to have a proper EMC separation. See FIGURE 3-8 for a
visualization of this concept.
FIGURE 3-8
Grounding concept (2)
3.5 PCB Layout
Each FlexConn PCB consists of a generic and a specific electronics
part. The generic part can be found on any FlexConn modules. The
specific electronics part represents an application-specific function. On
the generic electronics part, the following parts can be found:
 The program memory contains the module-specific software.
 The microprocessor / controller executes the module-specific
software stored in the program memory.
 When the power is switched off, the commissioning parameters and
the diagnostics data are stored in the non-volatile memory.
 With jumpers, specific hardware settings can be made.
 The Health LED (blue) indicates the general health status of the
FlexConn module:
Health Status
Flashing Pattern
Good
Uncertain
Bad
 The Function LEDs indicate module-specific activities, such as data
being transmitted or received.
 Voltage monitors and temperature sensors are used for internal
diagnostics purposes.
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3.5.1 PCB Details
3.5.1.1 CAN-HMI-SSC
3.5.1.1.1 Functions
This board realizes the interface between the device and the user (HMI
= Human Machine Interface). It also controls and manages the
information about the additive process and transaction-related data.
The board implements the following functions.
Function
Description
Display control interface
Control and interface of the 3.5” QVGA color display
Record storage
Data storage of transactions, calibrations, and alarms
Display processor
Manages processing
IR interface
IR interface for the Fusion4 IR Controller
LAD Ex i interface
Intrinsically safe (Ex i) interface for the Local Access Device
RTC
Real Time Clock. Used for date and time stamping of transaction data.
IR1
IR
interface
LAD Ex i
interface
2
display
processor
1
record
storage
10
9
display control interface
CN1
2
1
CN3
LE1 LE2 LE3
RTC
FlexConn generic
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
2
2
1
LE4
1
ext RAM
FIGURE 3-9
CAN-HMI-SSC functions (left) and physical layout (right)
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3.5.1.1.2 Component Locations
10
9
IR1
1
2
CN1
2
1
CN3
LE1 LE2 LE3
FIGURE 3-10
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2
2
1
LE4
1
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
CAN-HMI-SSC component location
Item
reference
Description
JP1 ... 5
FlexConn jumpers
CN3
LAD connector (connects PCB to Fusion4 IR Controller plug in the
enclosure)
LE1
FlexConn Health LED
LE2
Inter processor activity
LE3
CAN bus activity
LE4
HMI processor LED (LAD activity)
IR1
Infrared receiver for Fusion4 IR Controller
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 JP1 ... 5
2
4
6
8 10
2
4
6
8 10
1
3
5
7
9
1
3
5
7
9
JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
OFF = open
JP1
ON = closed
Name
State
= jumper
= no jumper
Description
JP1
ON (closed)
Connected to ground (GND) --> logical ‘1’
JP1
OFF (open)
Active low signal to the processor. Pulled up to
have a ‘0’.
 CN3 - LAD connector
1
2
Pin no.
3
4
Name / signal
Description
1
GNDsafe
Ex i safe ground
2
Vsafe
Ex i safe power
3
Asafe
Ex i safe RS485 A signal
4
Bsafe
Ex i safe RS485 B signal
WARNING! Leaving the wiring to this connector loose (unconnected) inside the SSC creates an explosion risk!
Unsafe (non-intrinsically safe) power might be
connected to the LAD as a result.
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3.5.1.2 CAN-ADD-BLEND
3.5.1.2.1 Functions
This board takes care of the additive-stream metering and the solenoid
control, and also contains the algorithms for additive injection.
The physical board implements the following functions.
Function
Description
2 Digital Input AC (DI AC) circuits
Convert high-voltage switched AC signals into isolated logic signals.
2 Digital Input DC (DI DC) circuits
Convert switched DC signals into isolated logic signals.
Single-Pulse Input (Single PI) circuit
Accepts pulses from wild or main stream source (flow meter).
Dual-Pulse Input (Quad PI) circuit
Accepts pulses from additive flow meter.
2 Digital Output Solid State Relay AC
(DO AC) circuits
Convert the logic signals from the FlexConn generic microcontroller into
isolated, high-voltage rated switched AC signals.
2 Digital Output Pulse Output (PO DC) circuits
Convert the logic signals from the FlexConn generic microcontroller into
isolated, high-frequency switched DC signals.
A Digital Output Electromechanical Relay
(DO EMR) circuit
Converts the logic signals from the FlexConn generic microcontroller
such that higher power AC or DC signals can be switched.
A COMMS circuit
This RS serial communication block, which can be configured as 2-wire
or 4-wire circuit, allows the SSC to communicate with external devices
through an RS-485 compliant connection.
DI AC
DO EMR
DO AC
2
DI DC
2
1
PO DC
2
2
Quad PI
COMMS
1
1
Single PI
1
FlexConn generic
ext RAM
FIGURE 3-11
CAN-ADD-BLEND functions (left) and physical layout (right)
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FIGURE 3-12
CAN-ADD-BLEND component locations
Item
reference
Description
SW1
RS-COMM mode switch
SW2
FlexConn jumper function switches
JP7
Jumper for Digital Output ElectroMechanical Relay contacts setting
JP8
Jumper for RS communication termination setting
LE1
FlexConn Health LED
LE2
Function configurable
LE3
Function configurable
LE4
Pulse Input activity
For all connectors: see 4.9 - Terminal Assignment Guide.
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3.5.1.2.3 Terminal Descriptions
 SW1 - RS-COMM mode switch
Reference
Setting
Function
Description
SW1-1
ON
SW1-2
OFF
2-Wire
interface
2-Wire RS-485 communication
SW1-3
ON
SW1-4
OFF
SW1-1
OFF
SW1-2
ON
4-Wire
interface
4-Wire RS-485 communication
SW1-3
OFF
SW1-4
ON
 SW2 - FlexConn jumper function switches
Reference
Jumper name
Function when set to ON
SW2-1
FlexConn JP1
W&M entities protection (not relevant for SSC-A)
SW2-2
FlexConn JP2
Password read protection
SW2-3
FlexConn JP3
Write protection all entities
SW2-4
FlexConn JP4
Spare
SW2-5
FlexConn JP5
Spare
SW2-6
FlexConn JP6
CAN bus termination
 JP7 - Jumper for Digital Output EM Relay contacts setting
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Position
Description
NO (figure left)
Relay contacts normally open
NC (figure right)
Relay contacts normally closed
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 JP8 - Jumper for RS communication terminating setting
Position
Description
TERM (figure left)
RS-485 communication terminated with 120 
- (figure right)
RS-485 communication NOT terminated
3.5.1.3 CAN-OPTION-SSC
3.5.1.3.1 Functions
This board provides additional options that could be needed for a
specific customer application. The physical board implements the
following functions.
Function
Description
4 Digital Input AC (OPT DI AC) circuits
Convert high-voltage switched AC signals into isolated logic signals.
Digital Output Solid State Relay AC
(OPT DO AC) circuit
Converts the logic signals from the FlexConn generic microcontroller into
isolated, high-voltage rated switched AC signals.
Digital Output Electromechanical Relay
(OPT DO EMR) circuit
Converts the logic signals from the FlexConn generic microcontroller
such that higher power AC or DC signals can be switched.
2-wire passive or active isolated 4-20 mA
receiver circuit block (OPT AI DC)
Converts 4-20 mA current loop signals (over long distances) from external sources, such as temperature or pressure sensors into numeric values. It can be configured to active or passive mode.
2-wire passive isolated 4-20 mA transmitter
circuit (OPT AO DC)
Converts logic signals into 4-20 mA current loop signals (over long distances) to control external devices, such as a valve, or to transmit liquid
flow rates, and so on.
Resistance Temperature Detector
(OPT RTD)
Converts temperature data from a remotely connected PT100 resistance
temperature detector into a resistance value that can be read by the
FlexConn microcontroller.
2-wire isolated OPT COMMS circuit
This 2-wire RS serial communication block allows the SSC to communicate with external devices through an RS-485 connection.
2 Digital Input DC (OPT DI DC) circuits
Convert switched DC signals into isolated digital logic signals.
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OPT DI AC
OPT DO AC
4
OPT AI
(2-wire
act/pass)
COMMS
(2-wire
isolated)
1
OPT DO EMR
1
OPT AO
(2-wire
passive)
1
OPT RTD
1
1
OPT DI DC
1
2
FlexConn generic
ext RAM
FIGURE 3-13
CAN-OPTION-SSC functions (left) and physical layout (right)
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3.5.1.3.2 Component Locations
FIGURE 3-14
CAN-OPTION-SSC component locations
Item
reference
Description
SW1
Active Input mode switch
SW2
FlexConn jumper function switches
JP7
Jumper for Digital Output ElectroMechanical Relay contacts setting
JP8
Jumper for RS communication termination setting
LE1
FlexConn Health LED
LE2
Function configurable
LE3
Function configurable
For all connectors: see 4.9 - Terminal Assignment Guide.
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3.5.1.3.3 Terminal Descriptions
 SW1 - Analog Input mode switch
Reference
Setting
Function
Description
SW1-1
ON
SW1-2
OFF
Active
Mode
4-20 mA input loop powered
from CAD-ADD-BLEND
board
SW1-3
ON
SW1-4
OFF
SW1-1
OFF
Passive
SW1-2
ON
4-20 mA input loop powered
from external power supply
SW1-3
OFF
SW1-4
ON
 SW2 - FlexConn jumper function switches
Reference
Jumper function
Description
SW2-1
FlexConn JP1
W&M entities protection (not relevant for
SSC-A)
SW2-2
FlexConn JP2
Password read protection
SW2-3
FlexConn JP3
Write protection all entities
SW2-4
FlexConn JP4
Spare
SW2-5
FlexConn JP5
Spare
SW2-6
FlexConn JP6
CAN bus termination
 JP7 - Jumper for Digital Output EM Relay contacts setting
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Position
Description
NO (figure left)
Relay contacts normally open
NC (figure right)
Relay contacts normally closed
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Description
TERM (figure left)
RS-485 communication terminated with 120 
- (figure right)
RS-485 communication NOT terminated
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3.5.1.4 CAN-PSF-SSC
3.5.1.4.1 Functions
The primary function of the CAN-PSF-SSC board is to convert singlephase AC mains voltage into a DC voltage, to power the other SSC
modules. It can also deliver fuse-protected AC power for external
devices, such as additive solenoids or blend control valves. It can also
provide DC power for external devices, such as a 4-20 mA current loop.
It also provides DC power to external devices, such as flow meters,
temperature sensors, and so on. See FIGURE 3-15.
The CAN-PSF-SSC board also provides AC power for the DO AC on
both the CAN-ADD-BLEND and CAN-OPTION-SSC boards.
CN1
CN2
CN4
F4
F1
AC
INPUT
AC
PE
CN6
F2
F3
PRN20W1-34X
88-264VAC / 24V 0.85A
08/10
GND
OUTPUT
+24V
LED1
LED1
CN5
FIGURE 3-15
CAN-PSF-SSC functions (right) and physical layout (left)
The following table specifies the external DC outputs.
Item
Conditions
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Output voltage variation
Vin = 230 VAC
23
11.5
24
12
25
12.8
VDC
Continuous
output current
+24 VDC
+12 VDC
-
-
42
83
mA
Short circuit
current
+24 VDC
+12 VDC
42
83
56.3
94
80
110
mA
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Ripple and noise
Conditions
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
pk-pk
bandwidth = 20
Mhz
-
-
150
mV
Four distinct fuses are used on the CAN-PSF board. F1 provides
protection for all AC voltages either used by the AC-DC converters or
used as a pass-through supply voltage for external devices. F2 and F3
is used for the CAN-ADD-BLEND board external devices. F4 is used for
the CAN-OPTION board external devices.
3.5.1.4.2 Board Description
3.5.1.4.3 TComponents Locations
CN1
CN2
CN4
F4
F1
AC
INPUT
AC
PE
CN6
F2
F3
PRN20W1-34X
88-264VAC / 24V 0.85A
08/10
GND
OUTPUT
+24V
LED1
LED1
CN5
FIGURE 3-16
CAN-PSF-SSC TComponents locations
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Item
reference
Description
Remark
F1
4A (T) fuse - size 5x20 mm - high-breaking capacity
AC Input for the CAN-PSF-SSC
F2
1.5A (T) fuse - size 5x20 mm
AC Output for the CAN-ADD-BLEND
F3
1.5A (T) fuse - size 5x20 mm
AC Output for the CAN-ADD-BLEND
F4
1.5A (T) fuse - size 5x20 mm
AC Output for the CAN-OPTION-SSC
LED1
FlexConn Health LED
For all connectors: see 4.9 - Terminal Assignment Guide.
3.6 Device Features
3.6.1 Mechanical
 Mounting facilities: 229 mm spacing, and allowing M10 fixing bolts
(see FIGURE 3-17).
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Ø11 mm (2x)
[0.433 inches]
Shaft: 7.50 h13 mm [0.295 h 0.512 inches]
Thread: M10x1.5 g6
Type: ISO 4762
Material: A2 70
Torque: 16 Nm [11.79 lb-ft]
229 mm [9.016 inches]
LID (back)
BOX
162 (+0.05/+0.02) mm
6.378 (+0.002/+0.001) inches
161.96 (-0.02/-0.06) mm
6.376 (-0.001/-0.002) inches
SPIGOT FLANGE DIAMETERS
FIGURE 3-17
Mechanical facilities
of SSC-A
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 Captured bolts in lid
 Sealing facility on the lid (see FIGURE 3-18).
FIGURE 3-18
Sealing facility on the SSC-A lid
 Sealing bolt for physical device sealing
 Optional tag plate to be mounted on the enclosure
 O-ring in lid, standard available part
 Intrinsically safe interface connector for the LAD
 Metric or NPT cable entries
 Optional breather/drain
 Glass window for display and IR interface for IR remote
3.6.2 Electrical
 Internal power supply
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 External (2) and internal (8) ground points (see FIGURE 3-19).
FIGURE 3-19
Internal power supply of SSC-A
 3 Internal fuses
 3 Microprocessor-controlled modules
 Each IO galvanic isolated from internal electronics and from each
other (Safety performance)
3.6.3 System
 Full-color (16 bits) QVGA 320*240 display, 3.5” diagonal
 Multi-language support for main screens:
• English US
• English UK
• French
• German
• Spanish
• Dutch
• Italian
• Portuguese
• Chinese
• Japanese
• Polish
• one additional configurable user language (Latin character set)
 Menu-driven service interface:
• LAD intrinsic safe interface
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• IR interface, compatible with the actual Fusion4 IR Controller
 Real-time clock used for time stamping
 2 Communication ports for interfacing with safe-area tools and
systems
3.6.4 Environment
Parameter
Operating temperature
Electronics designed for
Storage temperature
Ingress protection
SD-card compartment behind lid
SSC
LAD
-40°C ... +65°C (-40ºF ... +149ºF)
-20°C ... +65°C (-4ºF ... +149ºF)
-40°C ... +85°C (-40ºF ... +185ºF) and
RoHS1
-40°C ... +85°C (-40ºF ... +185ºF) and
RoHS1
-40°C ... +85°C (-40ºF ... +185ºF)
-40°C ... +85°C (-40ºF ... +185ºF)
IP66 / NEMA 4X
IP54 / NEMA 3R
-
IP20
1 Restriction of Hazardous Substances.
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3.7 Available Input/Output Functions on the SSC-A
CAN-ADD-BLEND
CAN-OPTION-SSC
Refer to
section
Dual-Pulse Input (Quad PI)
1
-
3.8.5
Single-Pulse Input (Single PI)
1
-
3.8.4
Analog Input (OPT AI DC)
-
1
3.8.6
Analog Output (OPT AO DC)
-
1
3.9.5
Resistance Temp. Detector (OPT RTD)
-
1
3.8.7
Communication (COMMS/ OPT COMS)
RS-485
RS-485
3.10.1
Pulse Output (PO DC)
2
-
3.9.4
Digital Input DC (DI DC/ OPT DI DC)
2
2
3.8.3
Digital Input AC (DI AC/ OPT DI AC)
2
4
3.8.2
Digital Output Electromechanical Relay (DO EMR/
OPT DO EMR)
1
1
3.9.3
Digital Output Solid State Relay AC (DO AC/
OPT DO AC)
2
1
3.9.2
I/O block
For the configuration of these I/O functions, see Chapter 5 - Operation.
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3.8 Input Functions
3.8.1 General
The following table describes the electronic input functions SSC-A
supports.
Input function
I/O block name
CAN-ADD-BLEND CAN-OPTION-SSC
Digital Input AC
DI AC
OPT DI AC
Digital Input DC
DI DC
OPT DI DC
Single Pulse Input
Single PI
-
Dual Pulse Input
Quad PI
-
Analog Input
-
OPT AI DC
Resistance Temperature Detector
-
OPT RTD
3.8.2 Digital Input AC (DI AC/ OPT DI AC)
3.8.2.1 Functional Description
The function of the Digital Input AC is to convert high-voltage switched
AC into a signal that can be used by the controller to realize specific
functionality needed for the customer application.
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
External equipment
CN2
Fuse
L
DI ACx LIVE
1A(T)
AC
N
DI ACx NEUTRAL
AC Neutral common to all
DI AC on each board
FIGURE 3-20
Digital Input AC connections
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3.8.2.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
-
-
265
VAC
Input frequency
47
-
63
Hz
Input impedance
-
44
-
k
High input (must turn on)
voltage
85
-
-
VAC
Low input (must turn off)
voltage
-
-
20
VAC
Input switching frequency
-
-
4
Hz
AC on time (TON)
50
-
-
ms
AC off time (TOFF)
200
-
-
ms
Input voltage
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3.8.3 Digital Input DC (DI DC/ OPT DI DC)
3.8.3.1 Functional Description
The function of the Digital Input DC is to convert switched DC into a
signal that can be used by the controller to realize specific functionality
needed for the customer.
The following image illustrates a simplified block diagram.
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
External equipment
+5V
CNx
R
DI DCx HI
DI DCx COMMON
Voltage free contact
0V
or
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
External equipment
+5V
CNx
R
DI DCx HI
DI DCx COMMON
NPN open collector-emitter
(Load computer, PLC, or TAS)
FIGURE 3-21
Digital Input DC connections
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3.8.3.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Switching level VH
5
-
30
VDC
Switching level VL
-
-
0.8
VDC
10
-
-
mA
-
-
1
kHz
Input on time (TON)
500
-
-
μs
Input off time (TOFF)
500
-
-
μs
Switching current (ISW)
Input switching frequency
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3.8.4 Single-Pulse Input (Single PI)
3.8.4.1 Functional Description
The function of the Single-Pulse Input is to accept pulse signals from a
wild stream single-pulse flowmeter, or single-scaled pulse signals from
a load computer or TAS system.
External equipment
CAN-ADD-BLEND
+5V
CN4
R
PULSE A
9
COMMON
10
0V
NPN open collector-emitter
(Load computer, PLC, or TAS)
or
External equipment
CAN-ADD-BLEND
+5V
CN4
R
9
10
Voltage free contact
0V
FIGURE 3-22
Single-Pulse Input connections
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3.8.4.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Switching level VH
5
-
30
VDC
Switching level VL
-
-
0.8
VDC
10
-
-
mA
-
-
5
kHz
Input on time (TON)
100
-
-
μs
Input off time (TOFF)
100
-
-
μs
Switching current (ISW)
Input switching frequency
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3.8.5 Dual-Pulse Input (Quad PI)
3.8.5.1 Functional Description
The Dual-Pulse Input can accept signals from either one dual-pulse flow
meter for applications requiring a high level of pulse integrity offered by
a dual pulse flow meter (sometimes referred to as a quad (quadrature)
flow meter), or one single-pulse flow meter. See 5.11.4.1.1 - PI.
NOTE: The dual-pulse input cannot be used to accept
signals from two separate single-pulse flow meters.
External equipment
CAN-ADD-BLEND
+12V
+5V
CN5
METER POWER
1
R
F
PULSE A
2
PULSE B
4
R
3
COMMON
5
Flowmeter with NPN open
collector outputs
0V
e.g. Tuthill FPP – TS Series
or Monoblock 10-31558
Pulse B is omitted for single pulse
flowmeters
or
External equipment
CAN-ADD-BLEND
+12V
+5V
CN5
1
R
PULSE A
2
COMMON
3
PULSE B
4
COMMON
5
Namur Flow meter connected
via external barrier with NPN
open collector-emitter outputs
R
0V
e.g. Stahl 9170 series
FIGURE 3-23
Dual-Pulse Input connections
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3.8.5.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Switching level VH
5
-
30
VDC
Switching level VL
-
-
0.8
VDC
10
-
-
mA
-
-
5
kHz
Input on time (TON)
100
-
-
μs
Input off time (TOFF)
100
-
-
μs
-
90º
-
-
Switching current (ISW)
Input switching frequency
DPI Phase A with respect to B
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3.8.6 Analog Input (OPT AI DC)
3.8.6.1 Functional Description
The Analog Input supports 2-wire 4-20 mA, and can be configured by a
switch to operate in active or passive mode.
External equipment
CAN-OPTION-SSC
VLOOP
SW1
CN5
3
AI+
+
T
4-20mA
250Ω
AI-
4
Temperature or
pressure transmitter
External equipment
CAN-OPTION-SSC
AI+
4-20mA
T
SW1
CN5
24VDC
VLOOP
3
External DC
power supply
250Ω
+
AI-
4
Temperature or
pressure transmitter
FIGURE 3-24
Analog Input connections - Active mode (top) and Passive mode (bottom)
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The Analog Input is primarily designed to measure pressure, to allow
pressure compensation for MID-blending and -additive applications.
The Analog Input does not support temperature measurement for MID
applications. For non-MID applications, the Analog Input can be used
for temperature, pressure, or any other type of analog 4-20 mA signal
measurement.
The Analog Input interface is not intrinsically safe, and external devices
connected to the Analog Input must conform to Ex d safety standards
when used in a hazardous area.
3.8.6.2 Characteristics
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Maximum
Unit
VLOOP (passive mode)
23.0
24.0
42.5
VDC
VLOOP (ISO) (active mode)
24.0
28.0
32.0
VDC
ILOOP (ISO) (active mode)
-
-
25.0
mA
Nominal loop current range
4
-
20
mA
Loop current measurement
range
0
-
25
mA
Max. loop current
-
-
40
mA
Nominal input resistance
(Rs)
249.75
250
250.25

External reference voltage
(VREF)
2.49875
2.5
2.5012
VDC
Accuracy (without external
transmitter)
-
-
± 1.0
%
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3.8.7 Resistance Temperature Detector (OPT RTD)
3.8.7.1 Functional Description
The RTD input allows the controller to read the temperature of a
remotely connected PT100 resistance temperature detector. The RTD
input supports 3-wire connections and 4-wire connections.
The following image illustrates the RTD connections.
External equipment
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CN6
4-Wire
RTD
RTD S-
1
RTD COM
2
RTD POS
3
RTD S+
4
ADC
PT100 RTD element
IEC 60751(0.385Ω/C)
or
External equipment
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CN6
3-Wire
RTD
RTD S-
1
RTD COM
2
RTD POS
3
ADC
4
PT100 RTD element
IEC 60751(0.385Ω/C)
FIGURE 3-25
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The following RTD types are accepted.
RTD type
Connection
Alpha co-efficient
PT100
3-Wire or 4-Wire
(Kelvin connection)
IEC 60751
(0.385 /°C / 0.214 /°F)
The selection of 3-Wire or 4-Wire RTD type is performed in software,
but the RTD must be connected to the circuit as shown in the previous
diagrams.
3.8.7.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Temperature measurement
range
-100 [-148]
-
+200
[+392]
°C [°F]
-20 [-4]
-
+55 [+131]
°C [°F]
Measurement error
(-50 ... +150°C/ -58 ...
+302°F)
-
-
±190
m
-
-
±0.5 [±0.9]
°C [°F]
Measurement error
(-20 ... +55°C/ -4 ... +131°F)
-
-
±116
m
-
-
±0.3 [±0.5]
°C [°F]
RTD current source
-
500
-
μA
RTD cable length
-
-
150
m
MID temperature
measurement range
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3.9 Output Functions
3.9.1 General
The following table describes the electronic output functions SSC-A
supports.
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I/O block name
CAN-ADD-BLEND CAN-OPTION-SSC
Digital Output
Solid State Relay AC
DO AC
OPT DO AC
Digital Output
Electromechanical Relay
DO EMR
OPT DO EMR
Pulse output
PO DC
-
Analogue Output
-
OPT AO DC
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3.9.2 Digital Output Solid State Relay AC (DO AC/ OPT DO AC)
3.9.2.1 Functional Description
The DO AC allows the controller to switch high-voltage AC signals, to
control solenoids, digital control valves, alarms and other loads.
The two output terminals behave as a “volt-free” contact and require an
external AC power supply to drive a load.
The following image illustrates a simplified block diagram of the Digital
Output Solid State Relay AC connections.
CAN-PSF-SSC
External equipment
CN1
L
N
AC Mains supply
CN2 or CN4
N
Fuse
L
1.5A(T)
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CN3
(OPT) DO ACx FEED
(OPT) DO ACx OUT
Solid State Relay
Rating: 90 to 265V AC 0.75A maximum
FIGURE 3-26
Solid State Relay “Self-powered” connections
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Typical load is an
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External equipment
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CN3
Fuse
(OPT) DO ACx FEED
1.5A(T)
L
AC
N
(OPT) DO ACx OUT
LOAD
Solid State Relay
Rating: 90 to 265VAC 0.75A maximum
FIGURE 3-27
Solid State Relay “Externally powered” connections
3.9.2.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Output feed voltage
90
-
265
VAC
Output feed frequency
47
-
63
Hz
Output steady state load
current
25
-
750
mA
Output surge load current
-
-
6
A
Off state output leakage
current
-
-
1
mA
Switching time
-
-
10
ms
3.9.2.3 Output Specifications
Description
Unit
Operating Voltage (47-63 Hz) [Vrms]
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12-280
Transient Overvoltage [Vpk]
600
Maximum Off-State Leakage Current @ Rated Voltage [mArms]
0.1
Maximum Off-State dv/dt @ Maximum Rated Voltage [V/sec] (3)
500
Maximum Load Current [Arms]
1.5
Maximum Load Current [Arms]
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Unit
Maximum Surge Current (16.6ms) [Apk]
80
Maximum On-State Volatge Drop @ Rated Current [Vpk]
1.5
Maximum Power Factor (with Maximum Load)
0.5
3.9.3 Digital Output Electromechanical Relay (DO EMR/OPT DO EMR)
3.9.3.1 Functional Description
The DO EMR allows the controller to switch high-voltage AC signals to
control alarms and other loads.
The two output terminals are “volt-free” contacts and require an external
power supply to drive a load.
The relay output contacts are effectively Single Pole Single Throw
(SPST) and are configurable through a jumper1 to be either Normally
Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC). See FIGURE 3-28.
External equipment
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
JP7
N/O
N/C
CN3
RELAY B
3A(T)
L
AC
RELAY A
N
LOAD
SPST
Configurable as N/O or N/C
via jumper
Contact rating: 265VAC 3A max.
FIGURE 3-28
Electromechanical Relay connections
1. For physical location(s),
see Chapter 4 - Installation.
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3.9.3.2 Characteristics
Item
3 - 46
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Load Voltage to be
switched
-
-
265
VAC
Switching current AC
-
-
3
A
Steady state current AC
-
-
3
A
Output contact type
-
SPST
-
-
Operate time
-
-
10
ms
Release time
-
-
10
ms
Setting time
-
-
50
ms
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3.9.4 Pulse Output (PO DC)
3.9.4.1 Functional Description
The Pulse Output allows the controller to switch DC signals to interface
to a PLC, load computer, TAS, or other system. The PO is not designed
to switch high-current loads.
The two output terminals behave as a “volt-free” contact and require an
external power supply to drive a load. See FIGURE 3-29.
CAN-ADD-BLEND
External equipment
CN4
PO DCx FEED
+
External
DC PSU
-
PO DCx OUT
LOAD
NPN
or
CAN-ADD-BLEND
External equipment
CN4
PO DCx FEED
LOAD
+
External
DC PSU
PO DCx OUT
NPN
PO Rating: 30VDC 0.05A maximum
FIGURE 3-29
Pulse Output connections
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3.9.4.2 Characteristics
Item
3 - 48
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Output load current (Sink)
-
-
50
mA
Output load current (Source)
-
-
50
mA
Saturation voltage VCE(SAT)
-
-
1.0
VDC
Max. Switching frequency
FMAX
-
-
0.3
kHz
TON and TOFF pulse width
3.33
-
-
ms
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3.9.5 Analog Output (OPT AO DC)
3.9.5.1 Functional Description
The Analog Output supports 2-wire passive 4-20 mA. The Analog
Output does NOT provide a power supply to power the loop. See
FIGURE 3-30.
External equipment
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CN5
24VDC
1
AO+
-
External DC
power supply
T
4-20mA
+
2
AO-
NPN
FIGURE 3-30
Analog Output connections
3.9.5.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
23.0
24.0
36.0
VDC
Nominal loop current range
4
-
20
mA
Loop current control range
3
-
21
mA
Accuracy (without external
receiver)
-
-
±1.0
%
Load resistance
0
-
750

VLOOP
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3.10 Communication Functions
3.10.1 Communication (COMMS)
3.10.1.1 Functional Description
The Communication block allows the SSC to communicate through an
RS-485 connection with external devices including a load computer,
TAS system, Fusion4 Portal, or other remote interface.
For the CAN-ADD-BLEND, the COMMS block can be configured for 2wire half-duplex or 4-wire full duplex.
The CAN-OPTION-SSC provides 2-wire half-duplex. See FIGURE 3-31
and FIGURE 3-32.
CAN-ADD-BLEND or
CAN-OPTION-SSC
External equipment
CNx
RXD
RS485 Tx/Rx Hi
1
RS485 Tx/Rx Hi
2
RS485 0V
3
RXD
TXD
TXD
0V
RS-485
TRANSCEIVER
0V
0V connection is omitted for some
RS485 applications
FIGURE 3-31
RS Communication 2-Wire connections
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CAN-ADD-BLEND
External equipment
CN6
RS485 Rx Hi
1
RS485 Rx Lo
2
RS485 Tx Lo
4
RS485 Tx Hi
5
RS485 0V
3
RXD
TXD
RXD
TXD
0V
0V
RS-485
TRANSCEIVER
0V connection is omitted for some
RS485 applications
FIGURE 3-32
RS Communication 4-Wire connections (CAN-ADD-BLEND only)
For the 4-wire full-duplex communication, the external device is always
the master and the COMMS block is the slave.
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3.10.1.2 Characteristics
Item
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
118
120
122

-1
-
+3
V
Driver output voltage, Open
circuit
1.5
-1.5
-
6
-6
V
Driver output voltage, Loaded
1.5
-1.5
-
5
-5
V
Driver output short circuit
current
-
-
±250
mV
Receiver common mode
voltage
-7
-
+12
V
Receiver sensitivity
-
-
±200
mV
12
-
-
k
Data transmission rate
-
-
500
kbps
Number of connected devices
-
-
32
-
Terminator resistor RT
Driver common mode voltage
Receiver input resistance
3.10.1.3 Cable Specifications
Item
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Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Cable length
-
-
1000
m
Cable characteristic
impedance
-
120
-

Cable DC resistance
-
-
100

Cable capacitance
-
-
55.77
pF/m
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CHAPTER 4 INSTALLATION
4.1 Mounting and Dimensions
The SSC-A can be mounted by means of 2 x M10 socket-head bolts.
See FIGURE 4-1.
NOTE: The LAD connector (arrow) should be on the
underside of the enclosure, when mounted in the
correct orientation.
169 [6.654]
212 [8.346]
229 [9.016]
LAD connector
206 [8.11]
FIGURE 4-1
Main dimensions of the SSC-A in mm [inches]
F4A10-0009
NOTE: Provision should be made where possible, to
minimize the impact of direct sunlight on the SSC.
This helps decrease the effect of radiated heat on the
enclosure, and prolong screen life.
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4.2 Gland Entries
4.2.1 General
The SSC-A has 12 metric gland entries or 8 NPT gland entries.
FIGURE 4-2 displays the metric gland option.
Entries marked A and B are field entries. These are accessible by
removing all PCBs (except power board) from the SSC-A. Entries
marked C are entries that are typically pre-assembled during
manufacture.
A
The temperature
rating of the
glands must be at
least 20ºC [68ºF]
above maximum
operating temperature.
B
Therefore, a
rating of 85°C
[185ºF] is suitable
for the entire
temperature
range.
C
FIGURE 4-2
F4A10-0010
SSC-A metric gland entries
4.2.2 Metric Gland Entries (FIGURE 4-3)
M25
M25
M25
M25
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
FIGURE 4-3
Metric gland entries overview
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4.2.3 NPT Gland Entries (FIGURE 4-4)
FIGURE 4-4
1”
1”
1”
1”
½”
½”
½”
½”
NPT gland entries overview
F4A10-0012
4.3 Removing the Lid
1. Remove W&M seal if applicable.
2. Loosen the 4 captive socket-head screws with an 8 mm Allen key.
3. Pull the lid at arrowed locations (figure below - right). Rotate gently to aid
removal.
4. If the lid is stuck, carefully force it open with 2 screwdrivers (figure below left).
8 mm
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5. Make sure the O-ring is in place (see figure below).
6. Place lid on a clean surface.
4.4 Removing the PCBs
A
FIGURE 4-5
Refer to
FIGURE 4-5
B
A
C D
Full-configuration SSC-A (left) and 3-PCBs configuration (right)
C
D
F4A10-0005
PCB name
Module* name
Description
A
CAN-HMI-SSC
FS-HMI
Controls the display and the Local Access
Device (LAD) interfaces.
B
CAN-OPTION-SSC
FS-OPTION
Additional IO functions are available with this
optional board.
C
CAN-ADD-BLEND
FS-STREAM
Controls the additive stream.
D
CAN-PSF-SSC
-
Delivers the internal power for the SSC-A.
* A PCB with software installed.
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In order to be able to mount the field entries, all PCBs (except the power
board) must be removed from the SSC-A.
CAUTION! Wear an ESD wrist strap while handling a printed
circuit board from the SSC-A, to prevent damage by
electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Remove the CAN-HMI-SSC board. See FIGURE 4-6.
5
remove
connector
1
lift HMI pcb
from enclosure
2
remove
connector
4
push clips (4x)
outwards
3
loosen and remove
(grounding) screws
6 mm
FIGURE 4-6
Removing the CAN-HMI-SSC board
2. Remove the other PCBs (except CAN-PSF-SSC) one after another
according to FIGURE 4-7.
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3. After removal of each PCB from the enclosure, disconnect its terminal
connectors.
remove
board
3
1
remove
connector
2
release board
by bending
retaining clips (4x)
FIGURE 4-7
Removing the other PCBs
4.5 Replacing the PCBs
 Replace PCBs in reverse order of removal.
NOTE: To ensure correct PCB orientation before replacing,
make sure the PC ID label is readable from left to
right.
1. Connect appropriate terminal connectors outside the enclosure.
2. Carefully replace each PCB into enclosure whilst guiding attached wiring to
the sides of the enclosure.
3. Align PCB with connectors below, and depress into place, ensuring each of
the 4 clips clicks into place.
4. Replace PCB spacers.
5. Connect flatcable connector.
6. Repeat for each remaining PCB.
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7. Replace HMI board, and secure with the 2x grounding screws (Allen key 6
mm).
4.6 Replacing the Lid
1. Ensure the O-ring of the lid is in place and not damaged. If damaged,
replace O-ring first.
2. Ensure the spigot faces are not damaged or contain dirt.
CAUTION! Do NOT apply sealant to faces and minimize the use
of grease!
3. Ensure cables are clear of spigot face when re-inserting the lid.
4. Rotate gently to aid insertion.
5. Mount the 4 captive socket-head screws with an 8 mm Allen key. Tighten
with 16 Nm.
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4.7 Fusing and Power Consumption
4.7.1 Fusing
The CAN-PSF-SSC board converts AC mains voltage into a DC
voltage, to power the other SSC modules.
NOTE: All fusing is perfromed internally on the CAN-PSFSSC board, so no external fusing is required.
It also delivers fuse-protected AC power for external devices.
A maximum current of 4 A can be drawn as defined by fuse F1 (AC
mains input). For more information, see 3.5.1.4 - CAN-PSF-SSC.
4.7.2 Power consumption SSC
4-8
Maximal
Typical
15.9 W
9.9 W
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4.8 Wiring Termination Guidance
4.8.1 Wiring Architecture
 Ex i wiring is separated from other wiring.
 In order to limit interference between low and high voltage signals, a
logical separation between cables carrying these signals has been
created. See FIGURE 4-8.
high voltages
SSC
FRONT VIEW
SSC
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
low voltages
FIGURE 4-8
High/low voltages separation concept
 The following measures are taken to adequately identify connections
with different functions, and to avoid connector placement confusion.
• Use of different number of pins.
• In case of same number of pins with different functions, a
connector coding profile of insulating material is applied.
• Color-coding of the connectors, see the following table.
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Function
Orange
High voltage signals
Green
Low voltage signals
Black
Communication signals
Blue
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4.8.2 General
CAUTION! IMPORTANT! All terminated cables should be left
with sufficient excess length to allow each PCB to be
fully withdrawn from the enclosure when the
connectors are still in place. This is to allow
connectors to be affixed to each board just outside
the enclosure, before locating them inside, and to
allow each board to be fully withdrawn from the
enclosure before the connectors are removed. This
negates the requirement to attach and remove
connectors inside the enclosure and facilitates best
practice for efficient assembly and disassembly of
the electronics stack.
4.8.3 Wire Sizes and Types
As there are no strictly prescribed wire sizes, only following guidelines
can be given:
 All I/O terminals accepts wires with a cross section area of 0.2 to
2.5 mm2 [AWG 24 to 14].
 For mains / high-voltage wiring, 1.5 mm2 [AWG 16] is recommended.
 For low-voltage wiring (DI, PO, AI, AO, RTD, and so on), 0.75 mm2
[AWG 18] or 0.5 mm2 [AWG 20] is recommended.
All primary wiring needs to be provided with insulation rated for
minimum 300 V, with a rated temperature of at least 105°C [221°F] and
with a conductor size of at least 0.75 mm2 [AWG 18].
For communications, specific RS-485 cable - typically 0.25 mm2
[AWG 24] - must be used, in conformity with the following table.
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Conditions
Minimum
Type
Maximum
Unit
Cable length
-
-
-
1000 [3281]
m
[ft]
Cable characteristic
impedance
-
-
120
-

Cable DC resistance
Conductor end to end
-
-
100

Cable capacitance
Conductor to conductor
-
-
55.77 [17]
pF/m
[pF/ft]
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4.8.4 Recommended Cables
Cable Type
Number
of wires
Function
XLPE/SWA/PVC 4C X 1.5MM 600/1000V BS5467
3
230VAC Mains Supply Input
XLPE/SWA/PVC 4C X 1.5MM 600/1000V BS5467
2
230VAC Alarm Output
XLPE/SWA/PVC 4C X 1.5MM 600/1000V BS5467
4
230VAC Permissive Input
3C X 0.75MM2 YYNR PVC
4
230VAC Digital Controlled Valve Output
3C X 0.75MM2 YYNR PVC
4
230VAC Solenoid Supply Output
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
2
12VDC Switched Output
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
2
12VDC Switched Input
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
2
Analog Output (maximum 24 V, 3.2 - 24 mA)
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
4
Analog Input (maximum 24 V, 3.2 - 24 mA)
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
2
Analog Output (maximum 24 V, 3.2 - 24 mA)
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
2
Pulse Output (maximum 12 V, 10 KHz)
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
3
Pulse Input (maximum 12 V, 10 KHz)
BS5308 1X4X0.5MM COL SCREEN SWA P1T2 PVC
4
Analog input RTD (maximum 24 V, 1.5 mA)
BELDEN 9842 2PAIR 24AWG LSNH/SWA, ni 120 Ω
4
RS485 Serial Communication Interface
BELDEN 9842 2PAIR 24AWG LSNH/SWA, ni 120 Ω
4
RS485 Serial Communication Interface
4.8.5 Wire Crimps
There are no strictly prescribed wire crimps.
However, it is advised as a good practise to fit crimps (bootlace ferrules)
to multi-strand cable wires.
NOTE: Wire crimps are to reinforce the fine wire strands
when terminating a cable into a connector block.
Wire crimps do not need to be fitted for solid-core cable wires.
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16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
13
14
15
8
9
10
11
12
CN5
CN4
CN2
DC OUT (12V COMMON)
DC OUT (+12V DC)
DC OUT (12V COMMON)
DC OUT (+12V DC)
DC OUT (24V COMMON)
DC OUT (+24V DC)
DC OUT (24V COMMON)
DC OUT (+24V DC)
MAINS OUTPUT (NEUTRAL)
MAINS OUTPUT (NEUTRAL)
MAINS OUTPUT (LIVE FUSED)
MAINS OUTPUT (NEUTRAL)
MAINS OUTPUT (LIVE FUSED)
MAINS OUTPUT (NEUTRAL)
MAINS OUTPUT (LIVE FUSED)
MAINS OUTPUT (NEUTRAL)
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49
50
51
52
43
44
45
46
47
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
27
28
29
30
31
32
CN6
CN5
CN4
CN3
COMMS (2W Tx/Rx+ or 4W Rx+)
COMMS (2W Tx/Rx- or 4W Rx-)
COMMS (0V)
COMMS (4W Tx-)
COMMS (4W Tx+)
QUAD PI (POWER)
QUAD PI (PULSE A)
QUAD PI (COMMON)
QUAD PI (PULSE B)
QUAD PI (COMMON)
PO DC1 (HI)
PO DC1 (LO)
PO DC2 (HI)
PO DC2 (LO)
DI DC1 (HI)
DI DC1 (LO)
DI DC2 (HI)
DI DC2 (LO)
SINGLE PI (PULSE A)
SINGLE PI (COMMON)
DO AC1 (FEED)
DO AC1 (OUTPUT)
DO AC2 (FEED)
DO AC2 (OUTPUT)
DO EMR (CONTACT A)
DO EMR (CONTACT B)
DI AC (NEUTRAL)
DI AC1 (LIVE)
DI AC2 (LIVE)
74
75
76
70
71
72
73
66
67
68
69
62
63
64
65
58
59
60
61
53
54
55
56
57
CN7
CN6
CN5
CN4
CN3
OPT COMMS (2W Tx/Rx+)
OPT COMMS (2WTx/Rx-)
OPT COMMS (0V)
OPT RTD (RED)
OPT RTD (RED)
OPT RTD (WHITE)
OPT RTD (WHITE)
OPT AO (4 to 20mA +)
OPT AO (4 to 20mA -)
OPT AI (4 to 20mA +)
OPT AI (4 to 20mA -)
OPT DI DC1 (HI)
OPT DI DC1 (LO)
OPT DI DC2 (HI)
OPT DI DC2 (LO)
OPT DO AC (FEED)
OPT DO AC (OUTPUT)
OPT DO EMR (CONTACT A)
OPT DO EMR (CONTACT B)
OPT DI AC (NEUTRAL)
OPT DI AC1 (LIVE)
OPT DI AC2 (LIVE)
OPT DI AC3 (LIVE)
OPT DI AC4 (LIVE)
CN2
24
25
26
CN2
MAINS INPUT (LIVE)
MAINS INPUT (NEUTRAL)
EARTH
CN1
5
6
7
CAN-OPTION-SSC
CAN-ADD-BLEND
CAN-PSF-SSC
1
2
3
4
CN3
LAD (G_SAFE)
LAD (V_SAFE)
LAD (A_SAFE)
LAD (B_SAFE)
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4.9 Terminal Assignment Guide
 The following tables offer a suggested guide for basic function
assignment to specific terminals.
 The majority of the SSC-A functions can be assigned to multiple I/O.
 To complete the installation, bind each function to its I/O within the
Configuration Menu (see 5.11.3 - I/O binding).
4.9.1 CANN-ADD-BLEND
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4.9.2 CAN-OPTION-SSC
The CAN-OPTION-SSC card is not fitted as standard in the Fusion4
MiniPak arrangement. However, if included as a requested upgrade
option, the following terminal assignment guidance is provided.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
27 28 29 30 31 32
Brown
13 14 15
Ribbon cable - see notes
Optional Wiring
43 44 45 46 47
48 49 50 51 52
CAN-ADD-BLEND
24 25 26
Brown
Blue
8 9 10 11 12
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42
Yellow/Green
5 6 7
CAN-PSF-SSC
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Optional Wiring
Blue
Brown
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
58 59 60 61
62 63 64 65
70 71 72 73
Optional Wiring
66 67 68 69
74 75 76
1 2 3 4
CAN-OPTION-SSC
53 54 55 56 57
CAN-HMI-SSC
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2) A readily accessible disconnecting/breaker device shall be incorporated external to the equipment.
NOTES:
5 2
1
Blue
Blue
Blue
3. Ribbon cable depends on instrument configuration. See 115-0390550
or 115-0390551 respectively for details.
2. No revision without prior FM approval.
1. The CAN-HMI-SSC module carries a blue colored Ex i connector (CN3) and its
wiring may only be routed towards the 5 pin Ex i plug.
3
4
Ex d/Ex i plug
LAD
Blue
1) Field wiring at hazardous voltage level needs to be provided with insulation rated for minimum 300 V,
with a rated temperature of at least 105ºC and with a conductor size of at least 0.75 mm2 or AWG 18.
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PE
Cable gland
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CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN3-59 (SSR_S)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN4-14 (N)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-30 (SSR2_S)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN2-12 (N)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-28 (SSR1_S)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN2-10 (N)
Cable gland
Cable gland
Armoured Unshielded cable
Unshielded cable
Unshielded cable
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-56 (AC3_L)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-57 (AC4_L)
PE
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN3-59 (SSR_S)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN4-14 (N)
PE
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-30 (SSR2_S)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN2-12 (N)
PE
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-28 (SSR1_S)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN2-10 (N)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-57 (AC4_L)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-54 (AC1_L)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-55 (AC2_L)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-55 (AC2_L)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-56 (AC3_L)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN2-25 (AC1_L)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN2-26 (AC2_L)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN2-26 (AC2_L)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN2-54 (AC1_L)
PE
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN1-6 (N)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN2-25 (AC1_L)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN1-5 (L)
Armoured Unshielded cable
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN1-5 (L)
CAN-PSF-SSC / CN1-6 (N)
Cable gland
Connection terminals located in Single Stream Controller
BLOCK VALVE
or PUMP START
ADDITIVE SOLENOID2
or DCV N/C
ADDITIVE SOLENOID1
or DCV N/O
AC INPUTS
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CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-3 (GND_ISO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-4 (DPI_B)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-5 (GND_ISO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-46 (DPI_B)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-47 (GND_ISO)
!
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-41 (SPI_A)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-42 (GND_ISO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-42 (GND_ISO)
Shielded twisted pair cable < 50 [m]
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-41 (SPI_A)
Cable gland
BC135-1390001-sh2
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-2 (DPI_A)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-45 (GND_ISO)
WARNING
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-43 (M_POWER)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-43 (M_POWER)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN5-44 (DPI_A)
Shielded twisted pair cable < 50 [m]
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN3-61 (RY_B)
Cable gland
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN3-60 (RY_A)
Armoured Unshielded cable
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-32 (RY_B)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-31 (RY_A)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN3-61 (RY_B)
Cable gland
Armoured Unshielded cable
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN3-60 (RY_A)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-32 (RY_B)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN3-31 (RY_A)
Cable gland
Connection terminals located in Single Stream Controller
SINGLE PULSE INPUT
(WILD STREAM)
DUAL PULSE INPUT
(ADD or BLEND STREAM)
ALARM OUTPUT
ALARM OUTPUT
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Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-36 (PO2_LO)
!
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-35 (PO2_HI)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-36 (PO2_LO)
Shielded twisted pair cable <50[m]
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-35 (PO2_HI)
Cable gland
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-34 (PO1_LO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-34 (PO1_LO)
!
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-33 (PO1_HI)
Shielded twisted pair cable <50[m]
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-33 (PO1_HI)
Cable gland
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-65 (DC2_LO)
WARNING
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-64 (DC2_HI)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-65 (DC2_LO)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-64 (DC2_HI)
BC135-1390001-sh3
!
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-63 (DC1_LO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-40 (DC2_LO)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-63 (DC1_LO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-39 (DC2_HI)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-40 (DC2_LO)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-62 (DC1_HI)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-38 (DC1_LO)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-39 (DC2_HI)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN4-62 (DC1_HI)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-37 (DC1_HI)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-38 (DC1_LO)
Shielded twisted pair cable < 50 [m]
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN4-37 (DC1_HI)
Cable gland
Connection terminals located in SIngle Stream Controller
PULSE OUTPUT
PULSE OUTPUT
DC INPUTS
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CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-73 (RTD_S+)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-72 (RTD_POS)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-73 (RTD_S+)
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-71 (RTD_COM)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-72 (RTD_POS)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-71 (RTD_COM)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-70 (RTD_S-)
Shielded twisted pair cable < 150 [m]
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-70 (RTD_S-)
Cable gland
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-72 (RTD_POS)
WARNING
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-71 (RTD_COM)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-72 (RTD_POS)
!
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-70 (RTD_S-)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-70 (RTD_S-)
Shielded twisted pair cable < 150 [m]
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN6-71 (RTD_COM)
Cable gland
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-67 (AO_B)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-67 (AO_B)
!
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-66 (AO_A)
Shielded twisted pair cable <150 [m]
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-66 (AO_A)
Cable gland
BC135-1390001-sh4
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-69 (AI_B)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-69 (AI_B)
!
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-68 (AI_A)
Shielded twisted pair cable <150 [m]
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN5-68 (AI_A)
Cable gland
Connection terminals located in SIngle Stream Controller
RTD 4-Wire
RTD 3-Wire
AO
AI
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!
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CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN7-75 (RS485_B)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN7-74 (RS485_A)
Cable gland
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-52 (RS485_Y)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-52 (RS485_Y)
!
WARNING
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN7-75 (RS485_B)
CAN-OPTION-SSC / CN7-74 (RS485_A)
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
Shielded twisted pair cable < 1000 [m] , 120[ohm] impedance
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
WARNING
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-51 (RS485_Z)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-51 (RS485_Z)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-50 (RS485_0V)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-48 (RS485_A)
Shielded twisted pair cable < 1000 [m] , 120[ohm] impedance
BC135-1390001-sh5
!
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-49 (RS485_B)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-48 (RS485_A)
Connect only to earth if the system its
equipotential bonding is reliable and if there is
no potential difference between both sides
Shielded twisted pair cable < 1000 [m] , 120[ohm] impedance
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-49 (RS485_B)
Cable gland
Cable gland
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-48 (RS485_A)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-50 (RS485_0V)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-49 (RS485_B)
CAN-ADD-BLEND / CN6-48 (RS485_A)
Connection terminals located in SIngle Stream Controller
RS-485 2-Wire
RS485 4-Wire
RS-485 2-Wire
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CHAPTER 5 OPERATION
5.1 General
5.1.1 Introduction
This chapter gives commissioning information for the SSC-A.
Commissioning the SSC-A is carried out by configuring entities (or
parameters) to the desired specific values. This is performed through
the menu functions of the SSC-A (See 5.4 - Menu and Navigation).
5.1.2 Text Conventions
In contrast with explanatory text, all instruction text is preceded by a .
All [Entity] and <entity-related> text is recognizably formatted.
5.2 Service Interfaces
The SSC-A can be configured through three interfaces as follows:
 The infrared interface (see A, FIGURE 5-1) by using the IR
Controller.
 The wired Ex i interface (see B, FIGURE 5-1) with a LAD.
 The RS-485 communication.
A
B
FIGURE 5-1
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5.3 Service Tools
5.3.1 Fusion4 IR Controller
The Fusion4 IR Controller uses infrared (IR) signals to transmit ASCII
characters to the SSC-A. This allows the operator to make adjustments
in programming without removing the cover of the explosion-proof
enclosure on-site.
The infrared receiver on the SSC-A is designed to be insensitive to
interference from light sources other than the Fusion4 IR Controller. All
prompts requiring an operator response are clearly indicated on the
display of the SSC-A.
The Fusion4 IR Controller has all the infrared commands permanently
stored in its micro-controller. Due to this, if the batteries are drained, it
can be restored to complete operation by inserting a fresh set of
batteries. The Fusion4 IR Controller has a “sleep” mode to reduce
battery consumption. At first use, or after a period of inactivity of
approximately 30 seconds, the [ATTN] key must be pressed to “wakeup” the Fusion4 IR Controller. Then the [SEND] light blinks, indicating
that the Fusion4 IR Controller is ready for operation.
The Fusion4 IR Controller is approved (ATEX) for use in hazardous
atmospheres (not detailed here).
The SSC-A uses 7 of the Fusion4 IR Controller buttons. These buttons,
that is, ^, v, <, >, OK, ESC are provided in bold text in FIGURE 5-2.
FIGURE 5-2
The key functions of the Fusion4 IR Controller
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NOTE:
 Three AAA batteries are required for operation.
 Remote control range is limited to 3 m/10 ft.
 The switch mounted on the right-hand side (if present) is not func-
tional.
5.3.2 LAD
5.3.2.1 General
The LAD is a hand-held controller used to interface with the Fusion4
product family, allowing tasks, such as parameter adjustment, alarm
resetting, and additive calibration.
The device facilitates two-way data communication between a parent
device and the LAD (see 5.2 - Service Interfaces). It allows the rapid
transfer of transaction data, configuration files and calibration records,
and also upgrading the firmware in the field.
SD card
RS-485
+ power
LEDs
LAD Key Panel
Board
USB
SD card
reader
FP-LAD
Fusion4
F
LAD
PC
Keys
FIGURE 5-3
LAD and its system overview
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5.3.2.2 LAD Application Overview
Program SSC configuration
Capture SSC configuration
- from SD card
- per board
- store on SD card
- per device
SSC menu /
screen navigation
Capture SSC recipe
- store on SD card
- configuration
- calibration
- diagnostics
- execute special function “F”
Program SSC recipe
User feedback
- from SD card
- LAD status
- SSC data transfer
- SSC I/O test
PC data exchange
Program SSC language
pack
- read & write data from SD card
- from SD card
FP-LAD firmware upgrade
- firmware located on SD card
Capture SSC transactions
- store on SD card
SSC firmware upgrade
Capture SSC calibration
records
- per micro controller
- SSC must be unsealed first
- store on SD card
Capture SSC
event logs records
- debug log
- W&M log
- alarm log
- store on SD card
W&M (MID) sealing
- function enabled by embedded
license key
- LAD for notified body and
accredited service engineer
= Basic setup
= Advanced setup
SSC interface
- comms
- power
FIGURE 5-4
LAD application overview
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5.3.3 Navigation with the Fusion4 IR Controller and the LAD
5.3.3.1 Basic Navigation (Fusion4 IR Controller + LAD)
Basic navigation is identical for both the Fusion4 IR Controller and the
LAD, see FIGURE 5-5.
Fusion4 IR Controller
LAD
^
= Up
v
= Down
<
= Left
>
= Right
OK
= Select
ESC
= Back
FIGURE 5-5
Basic navigation (Fusion4 IR Controller + LAD)
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5.3.3.2 LEDs (Fusion4 IR Controller + LAD)
Fusion4 IR Controller
LAD
Button
Description
Button
Description
send (blinking)
Fusion4 IR Controller is ready for
operation.
status (dual-color)
• green = OK
• red = Fault
data (amber)
ON = data transfer
NOTE: When LED
is OFF, press
ATTN key to “wake
up” the Fusion4 IR
Controller.
NOTE: Do NOT
disconnect at data
transfer.
test (dual-color)
• green = mapped
I/O function has
good health and
is active
• red = mapped
I/O is inactive
• red (blinking) =
mapped I/O has
bad health
• off = no I/O
mapping exists
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5.3.3.3 Special Function Key (LAD only)
• A user-defined LAD function can be
mapped to the F key.
Examples: Transfer transaction to LAD,
brings up diagnostics screen, and starts
the calibration wizard.
• The special function key can be
configured by the HMI of the Fusion4
device.
NOTE: The LAD special function key
may not be applicable for all the Fusion4
devices.
5.3.3.4 SD Card
NOTE: Format the SD card before using it for the first time.
See section 5.17.4 for more information about
formatting the SD card.
The LAD has an SD card slot located at the top, front face (see FIGURE
5-6).
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FIGURE 5-6
SD card location in the LAD (lid opened)
 The SD card uses a FAT file system to allow for interoperability with
MS Windows platforms.
 The SD card is used for storing the following:
• LAD firmware
• LAD license key
• Generic recipes
• Configuration templates
• Device firmware
• Language packs
• Transaction data
• Calibration data
• Configuration data
• Recipes
• Alarm logs
• W&M logs (for SSC-B only)
5.3.3.4.1 Product Type Selection
The selection of an SD card for the LAD is important. Due to the safe
design of the LAD, the current drawn by the SD card is strictly limited.
Commercially available SD cards are NOT recommended, as the
specification and construction of these devices change frequently.
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The following table describes the cards that are recommended by
Honeywell Enraf.
Manufacturer
Series
Type
Capacity
Part Number
SanDisk
Industrial
SD
2GB
SDSDAA-002G
Swissbit
S-200
SD
1GB
SFSD1024L4BN2SA-E-D1-131-STD
Pretec
Industrial
SD
1GB
SDS001GSBHP
Transcend
Industrial
SDHC
2GB
TS2GSD80I
STEC
Industrial
SD
1GB
SLSD1GBBSIU
It is possible to use SD cards which are not included in the list above,
but they must conform to the following specification.
Type
SD or SDHC
Operating temperature
-20° to +65° [-4 to +149ºF]
Maximum current
70mA
NOTE: The Honeywell Enraf does NOT provide support for
any cards not listed in the table above. Contact
factory for more information.
NOTE: The miniSD and microSD cards fitted in an SD
adaptor should NOT be used in the LAD.
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5.3.3.4.2 Directory Structure and Files Organization
5.3.3.4.3 Guidelines
 All files have *.xml-format and -extention (except Firmware and




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License).
File name identification (file-id):
• T = Transactions
• C = Calibrations
• A = Alarm logs
• W = W&M logs
• D = Debug logs
• R = Recipes
File name format Transactions:
• <device-type>-<serial number>-<file-id>-<transaction-id>.xml
• Example: SSC-A-54639823-T-0123456789.xml
File name format Calibrations:
• <device-type>-<serial number>-<file-id>-<calibration-id>.xml
• Example: SSC-A-54639823-C-0123456789.xml
File name format Alarm logs:
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• Example: SSC-A-54639823-A.xml
 File name format Debug logs:
• <device-type>-<serial number>-<file-id>.xml
• Example: SSC-A-54639823-D.xml
 File name format Recipes:
• <device-type>-<file-id>-<recipe-name>.xml
• Example: SSC-A-R-E20.xml
 File name format Configurations:
• <user defined string>.xml
• Example: MY_CONTROLLER_1.xml
REMARKS: 1. Generic files built/edited in a PC environment can
differ from the above format.
2. Generic files built/edited in a PC environment
MUST BE PLACED in the corresponding
"Generic" folders, otherwise they cannot be
selected during SSC (device) - LAD interaction.
3. Firmware files MUST be placed in the corresponding folders for the LAD and the SSC-A,
otherwise they cannot be selected during SSC-A
(device) - LAD interaction.
5.3.3.4.4 Number of Files
An indication of the typical amount of files that can (atleast) be found in
the folders is as follows:
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\Honeywell\SSC-A\Generic\Configurations
100
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Generic\Firmware
25
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Generic\Language packs
25
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Specific\SSC-A-54639823\Transactions
20,000
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Specific\SSC-A-54639823\Calibrations
100
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Specific\SSC-A-54639823\Alarm logs
1
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Specific\SSC-A-54639823\W&M logs
1
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Specific\SSC-A-54639823\Debug logs
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5.3.3.4.5 Language Pack Configurable Screens
In the following table, the IDLE AND RUNNING SCREENS text items
are listed that are displayed according to the language that is set with
the relevant Language Pack.
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LAST TRANSACTION SCREEN
ALARM MESSAGES
Last Transaction
General fail alarm
Location
Power failure
Product name
Communication failure
Blend %
HMI fatal error
Blend volume
Stream board missing
Load volume
Option board missing
Start time
License key failure
End time
Batch permissive failure
Status
Service due reminder
No transaction on controller
Control failure alarm
DAILY TOTAL SCREEN
VCF error alarm
DailyTotals
Pulse phase alarm
Location
Pulse hardware alarm
No. of trans.
Temperature error alarm
Total volume
Pressure error alarm
BLEND PROGRESS SCREEN
Blend percentage alarm
Blend Progress
Leaking valve alarm
Location
Wild stream closing alarm
Product name
Blend stream closing alarm
Target blend %
No activity alarm
Current blend %
Flush volume alarm
Blend volume
Stream failed alarm
Load volume
No pump alarm
ADDITIVE PROGRESS SCREEN
Factored pulse out alarm
Additive Progress
No hydr. pump alarm
Location
Tank low level alarm
Product name
Tank empty alarm
Additive mode
Block valve alarm
ppm
Solenoid failing alarm
Additive volume
No additive alarm
Load volume
Low vol. dev. alarm
STATUS BAR MESSAGES
High vol. dev. alarm
Stopped
ALARM STATUS
Running
Disabled
Idle
Inactive
Paused
Active
Error
Acknowledged
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5.3.3.4.6 Building a Local Language Pack for SSC
To create a custom language pack for the SSC, perform the following
steps.
1. Open the file ssc_local_language_template.xml with an XML
editor.
FIGURE 5-7
Screenshot detail of the XML template
NOTE: This manual displays screenshots from XML
Notepad 2007, but any text editor can be used.
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2. Replace the text set language name with the name of the language.
3. Provide a translation for every FLEXCONN_ENTITY instance, by
replacing the “edit here” text with the local language.
NOTE: Do not edit other fields.
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4. Save the file and place it on the SD card in the following link:
Honeywell\SSC-A\Generic\Language packs.
5. Upload the file to the device.
6. Change User display language entity (Configuration → Device →
Display → User display language) to Local Language.
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5.4 Menu and Navigation
5.4.1 General
An intuitive and informative Human Machine Interface (HMI) is available
to operate, configure, and service the SSC-A. This menu-based user
interface is as clear and accessible as possible, using easily
understandable colored icons for the Main Menu and logically
structured sub-menus.
5.4.2 Key benefits
 Clean, intuitive, and informative user interface
 You do not have to memorize parameter codes, enumeration value
 Wizard-based configuration for additive meter calibration
 Flexible I/O configuration
 Diagnostic screens
 Record-based approach to transactions, recipes, and calibrations
make re-use possible
 Interoperable with both the Fusion4 IR Controller and the LAD
 A graphical user interface to the LAD
The following sections briefly explain all the Main Menu items/aspects.
5.4.3 Main Menu
Title
Main Menu icon
Name of selected item
Selected item
(focus rectangle)
Only available
if LAD is connected
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5.4.4 Text Input Screen
Title bar
Single line edit field
Selected letter
Action message
Numbers grouped
Letters grouped
5.4.5 Numeric Input Screen
Single line edit field
Confirm & Backspace buttons
Number buttons
Single line edit field
Point button
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5.4.6 Enumeration Input Screen
Scrollbar
Focus rectangle
Action message
5.4.7 Status Bar
 Always visible on all screens
 Contains the following information:
•
•
•
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Status of the transactions (for example, Idle, Running, or Error)
W&M Sealing Icon
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5.5 Running Screens
5.5.1 Additive Progress
 During an active transaction, the following screen appears.
See screen above
Explanation
ppm
Parts per million of additive in the Load volume
Additive volume
Injected amount of additive
Load volume
Wild stream measured volume
5.5.2 Last Transaction and Daily Totals
 After the transaction has been stopped, the SSC toggles each
20 seconds between the “Last Transaction” screen and the “Daily
Totals” screen. See screens below.
 The “<” and “>” navigation buttons on the Fusion4 IR Controller or
LAD can be used to explicitly toggle between these screens.
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5.6 Transfer
NOTE: Only when
connected!
the
LAD
is
 Through
this user’s
interface, the following
type of records can be
transferred between
the SSC and the LAD.
• Transaction records
• Configurations
• Events / Logs
• Calibration records
• Recipes
• Language packs
5.7 LAD Functions
NOTE: Only when
connected!
the
LAD
is
 This
is the user’s
interface
to
the
following LAD specific
functionality.
• Firmware download
to the SSC and the
LAD
• Configuration of the Test LED
• Configuration of the LAD’s special function key
• LAD information
• W&M sealing
• Format SD card
5.8 Device Locking
Through the Lock/Unlock menu, you can lock or unlock the SSC.
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 A single password is used to lock
the device from further configuration through HMI.
 Password consists of all characters and the size of the
password must be between 1 and
6 characters.
 Device remains unlocked until
explicitly locked again.
 Reading the password used for
locking the device can be disabled
by the jumper JP2.
The "lock status" appears in the status bar in the bottom right corner
(padlock). See screen below.
When the device is locked, no configuration entities can be changed
through the SSC-A menu until you unlock the device again. Also, the
calibration activities, the available tasks and commands, and the clear
alarm function are disabled when the device is locked.
When SSC-A is locked, configuration, recipes, and language pack
cannot be applied through LAD.
To lock the device, you must enter a password. This password must
have a fixed length of 6 characters.
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To unlock the device, ensure to enter the same password entered
during locking the device.
The password is stored in non-volatile memory.
When the password read is protected by jumper JP2 on the connector
X106 of the CAN-HMI-SSC and the password is forgotton, then the
jumper should be removed or replaced in order to be able to read the
password again (see FIGURE 5-8).
1
2
CN1
2
1
IR1
2
3
4
H1
10
9
1
1
2
CN1
LE1 LE2 LE3
2
1
CN3
JP1
JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
2
H3
H2
1
1
LE4
2
CN2
FIGURE 5-8
Lock the device password read protection by jumper JP2
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JP2
JP3
JP4
JP5
X106
LE1 LE2 LE3
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5.9 Device Commissioning
5.9.1 Using the Menu
Commissioning of the SSC-A is performed by its menu-based interface.
By using the Fusion4 IR Controller or the LAD, and starting from the
Main Menu, the various sub-menus can be selected.
In this way all entities can be reached and set.
5.9.2 Menu Structure
For an overview of all the entities and the parameters, see the following
diagrams.
For complete description of all the possible configuration settings, see
5.10 - Additive Injection Application Overview.
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Configuration
Device
Device
I/O binding
I/O settings
Control settings
Volume conversion
Alarms
Identification
Units
Display
Time
A
I/O binding
Inputs
Outputs
B
I/O settings
Inputs
Outputs
Communication
Calibration
Wizard
Manual
C
F
Control settings
Additive control
Additive recipe
Wild stream
Clean arm
Solenoid
D
Volume conversion
Volume conversion mode
Density data
E
Info
Device
Board
Versions
Alarms
Leaking valve
Flush volume
No activity
No additive
No pump
Deviation
Fixed
F
Storage info
= level 1
Logs
Transaction
Calibration
Alarm
Debug
= level 2
Free space (transaction)
Total space (transaction)
Total transactions records
Total calibration records
Total alarm records
Accumulated totals
Transaction additive volume
Leak volume
Calibration volume
Wild stream volume
= level 3
Device tasks
Reset task
Comms task
Clear task
= level 4
Diagnostics
Dashboard
System health
Active alarms
Storage info
Accumulated totals
Device tasks
Advanced diagnostics
Active alarms
Re - enable device
System health
HMI
STREAM
OPTION
Advanced
diagnostics
Flow rates
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Device
Identification
I/O binding
Site name
Bay name
Arm name
Arm number
Device name
Product name
Product symbol
A
B
Units
Inputs
Pacing source
Permissive1
Permissive2
System interlock
Alarm reset
Slow flow signal
Pump feedback
Tank low level switch
Tank empty switch
Ext. solenoid control
Additive temperature
Outputs
Haz. Mat. Class.
Units of volume
Units of additive vol.
Units of temperature
Units of pressure
Solenoid control
Alarm indication
Alarm shutdown
Block valve control
Injection feedback
Pump start
Factored pulse out
Display
Display brightness
Display contrast
Session timeout value
User display language
Time
Date display format
Time display format
Date
Time
Next scheduled service
Daily total reset time
I/O settings
C
Calibration
F
PI
DI AC1
DI AC2
DI DC1
DI DC2
OPT DI AC1
OPT DI AC2
OPT DI AC3
OPT DI AC4
OPT DI DC1
OPT DI DC2
OPT RTD
OPT AI DC
Manual
Outputs
Enter meter factor
Ack or reject new meter factor
DO EMR
OPT DO EMR
OPT AO DC
Wizard
Enter preset volume
Enter start delay
Start calibration wizard
Enter actual volume
Ack or reject new meter factor
Overview calibration record
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C2
Communication
IR COMMS
COMMS
OPT COMMS
C3
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Additive control
Control settings
D
Additive mode
K-factor
Permissive condition
Factored pulse out
Feedback mode
Feedback pulse duration
Piston control emulation
Pump run timeout
Reset alarm at permissive
Inject queue length
Accuload alarm mapping
Block valve location
Alarms
F
Leaking valve
Alarm action
Leaking volume limit
Leaking timeout period
Flush volume
Alarm action
Flush volume deviation
Additive recipe
Additive name
Injection volume1
Injection volume2
Volume per inj cycle
Injection offset
Selfpace injection period
No activity
Alarm action
No activity timeout
Wild stream
K-factor
Meter factor
Min. transaction vol.
End product flow timeout
No additive
Alarm action
No additive timeout
Clean arm
Num. of clean start cycles
Flush volume
High flow threshold
Low flow threshold
No Pump
Solenoid
Alarm action
Pump feedback timeout
Number of retries
Close delay
Dwell time
Deviation
Alarm action
Add. volume deviation
Num. cycles for alarm
Volume conversion
E
Volume conversion
mode
Volume conversion
Density data
Observed density
Density temperature
Density pressure
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Control fault
Solenoid fault
Block valve fault
Pulse hardware
Pulse phase
Factored pulse out
Temperature sensor
Tank low level
Tank empty
Service due expired
Volume correction
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Inputs
C1
PI
Add. meter integrity check
Add. meter cut-off frequency
Add. meter error threshold
Add. stream meter serial #
Wild stream meter serial #
Outputs
(OPT) DO EMR
Relay mode
C2
DI AC#
OPT AO DC
DI hysteresis time
Operational mode
PV address
Lower boundary
Upper boundary
OPT DI AC#
DI hysteresis time
DI DC#
DI hysteresis time
Communication
C3
IR COMMS
IR access
Long IR access
OPT DI DC#
DI hysteresis time
(OPT) COMMS
OPT AI DC
FlexConn instrument addr.
Communication protocol
Baudrate
Parity
Stop bits
Datastream max gap time
Turnaround delay
Broadcast address
Unit address
Modbus byte order
PV value @20mA
PV value @4mA
Al threshold
AI logic state
AI serial #
HH Alarm Threshold
H Alarm Threshold
L Alarm Threshold
LL Alarm Threshold
Alarm Hysteresis
OPT RTD
RTD serial #
HH Alarm Threshold
H Alarm Threshold
L Alarm Threshold
LL Alarm Threshold
Alarm hysteresis
1. The entity [Add. meter cut-off frequency] in
the PI parameter is displayed as [Add. meter
cut-off frequen] in the SSC-A device.
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5.10 Additive Injection Application Overview
Alarm shutdown
- hard wired
- comms
= Basic application
External solenoid
control
= Advanced application
- hard wired
- comms
= Sophisticated application
Injection recipe
(between batches)
Alarm indication
- hard wired
- comms
- comms
- Fusion4 IR contr./ LAD
Additive volume
output
Injection feedback
- hard wired
- hard wired (pulses)
- comms
Additive volume
conversion
Pump start
- hard wired
- temperature compensation
- manual density
- Fusion4 IR contr./ LAD /
comms
Pump feedback
- hard wired
Analog additive
volume output
- hard wired
Enable (Permissive)
Slow-flow signal **
- hard wired
- comms
- permanent *
- Fusion4 IR contr./ LAD
- load computer (pulse freq.)
- start clean arm (hard wired)
- start clean arm (comms)
Self paced
Wild (main) stream flow
- configurable timer
- load computer (factored)
- flow meter pulses
injection control by flow
Inject-now signal
System interlock
- hard wired
- comms
- hard wired
- comms
Additive flow pulses
- hard wired (S-PI, Q-PI)
injection control on demand
Solenoid control
- hard wired (DO)
Tank low level
Block valve
control
- hard wired
- hard wired
Alarm reset
Tank empty
- hard wired
- comms
- IR remote / LAD
- hard wired
* batch aligned
(wild stream pulse detection)
** Clean arm
FIGURE 5-9
Additive injection application overview
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5.11 Configuration
5.11.1 Using the Configuration Menu
 You can access the device config-
uration parameters, except the
additive meter calibration entities.
 The structured menu system with
device configuration are grouped
in a logical order.
 The current device configuration
values appear.
 All configuration values are edited
one at a time in type-specific data
entry window.
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5.11.2 Device
5.11.2.1 Identification
Entity
Description
Value range
[Site name]
The name of the site at which the SSC
is located.
Can be a text string of maximum 20 characters.
[Bay name]
The name of the loading bay at which
the SSC is located at site.
The name appears in the running
screens.
Can be a text string of maximum 20 characters. Use maximum 7 characters in order
to see the complete name on the SSC
screen.
[Arm name]
The name of the loading arm at which
the SSC is located at site.
The name appears in the running
screens.
Can be a text string of maximum 20 characters. Use maximum 7 characters in order
to see the complete name on the SSC
screen.
[Arm number]
The number of the loading arm at
which the SSC is located at site.
A value which is less than 32.
[Device name]
The name of the SSC itself. In order to
have a unique identification of the
device by a text string.
The name appears in the running
screens.
Can be a text string of maximum 20 characters.
By default, the device name is
SSC_BLND.
[Product name]
The name of the wild stream product.
The name appears in the running
screens.
A text string of maximum 20 characters.
Use maximum 12 characters in order to
see the complete name on the SSC
screen.
[Product symbol]
A symbol or icon can be associated to
identity the product of the wild stream.
This icon appears in the running
screens.
For the U.S.-related market, you can select
from a list of API symbols. For the EUrelated market, you can select from a list of
EI symbols.
By default, the product symbol is None.
5.11.2.1.1 Recipe Identification
In general, the recipe can be associated with a name [Product name]. To
the configured additive recipe, a symbol or icon can be associated to
identify the wild stream <Wild stream identification>. Both entities [Product
name] and <Wild stream identification> appear in the running screen.
 For the USA-related market, select from a list of API symbols as
defined in: API Recommended Practice 1637, Third edition, July
2006.
The product symbols are available as follows.
Description
Menu text displayed
High-grade unleaded gasoline
HGU gasoline
Mid-grade unleaded gasoline
MGU gasoline
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Description
Menu text displayed
Low grade unleaded gasoline
LGU gasoline
Ultra low sulfer diesel
ULS diesel
Low sulfer diesel
LS diesel
High sulfer diesel
HS diesel
Low sulfer no. 1 fuel oil
LS no. 1 fuel oil
High sulfer no. 1 fuel oil
HS no. 1 fuel oil
Low sulfer no. 2 fuel oil
LS no. 2 fuel oil
High sulfer no. 2 fuel oil
HS no. 2 fuel oil
Ultra low sulfer kerosene
ULS kerosene
Low sulfer kerosene
LS kerosene
High sulfer kerosene
HS kerosene
E5 (5% Alcohol based fuel)
API E5
E10 (10% Alcohol based fuel)
API E10
E20 (20% Alcohol based fuel)
API E20
B5 (5% Bio blended diesel)
API B5
B10 (10% Bio blended diesel)
API B10
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Description
Menu text displayed
B20 (20% Bio blended diesel)
API B20
Symbol
Used oil
Observation or monitoring well
Monitoring well
Vapor recovery
 For the EU-related market, select from a list of symbols as defined
in: Code of practice for a product identification system for petroleum
products (Energy Institute).
The product symbols are available as follows.
Description
Menu text displayed
Lead Replacement Petrol
Lead repl. petrol
Premium unleaded Petrol (95 octane)
PU petrol
Super unleaded petrol (97 octane)
SU petrol
E5 (5% ethanol, 95% petrol)
EU E5
E10 (10% ethanol, 90% petrol)
EU E10
E20 (20% ethanol, 80% petrol)
EU E20
Symbol
DERV
B5 (5% FAME, 95% diesel)
EU B5
B10 (10% FAME, 90% diesel)
EU B10
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Description
Menu text displayed
B20 (20% FAME, 80% diesel)
EU B20
Symbol
Gas oil (marked heating oil)
Marine Gas Oil
Ultra low sulfur gas oil (marked)
(with less than 10 ppm sulfur)
ULS gas oil
Premium kerosine
Regular kerosine
Fuel oil: light, medium, heavy
For example, HFO for heavy fuel oil
Bitumen: penetration, cutback, oxidised
For example,100 PEN for 100 penetration
FAME
Fuel grade ethanol
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5.11.2.2 Units
Entity
Description
Value range
[Haz. mat. class]
With this configuration entity, you can
specify the Hazardous material
classification.
This entity can describe the following:
• Name of the product
• Character of the product (flammable,
explosive, and so on)
• Potential harm to people or the environment
• Physical condition of the product
(liquified, hot, compressed, and so
on)
A common way to describe the dangerous
or hazardous material is defined in the
ADR-code defined by the "European
Agreement concerning the International
Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road".
The ADR code consist of a class and a
four-digit UN-number.
[Units of volume]
With this entity you can select the
engineering units for volume.
<L> (default)
<m3>
<cm3>
<dm3>
<US Gal>
<UK Gal>
<bbls>
[Units of additive vol.]
With this entity you can select the engineering units for additive volume.
<ml> (default)
<cc>
[Units of temperature]
With this entity you can select the
engineering units for temperature.
<0C> (default)
<0F>
[Units of pressure]
With this entity you can select the
engineering units for pressure.
Example:
<ALLYL ALCOHOL, 6.1, UN 1098>
Product: Allyl alcohol
Class = 6.1: Toxic substances
UN number: 1098
<Pa> (default)
<KPa>
<PSI Small>
<PSI Large>
<bar>
Description
Name
Unit
Range
min
Range max
Format
Transaction volume
Litre
Cubic meter
Cubic centimeter
Cubic decimeter
US gallons
UK gallons
Barrel
L
m3
cm3
dm3
US gal
UK gal
bbls
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
999999.99
999.99999
999999990
999999.99
99999.999
99999.999
9999.9999
6 [ds] 2
3 [ds] 5
9
6 [ds] 2
5 [ds] 3
5 [ds] 3
4 [ds] 4
Accumulated total volume
Litre
Cubic meter
Cubic centimeter
Cubic decimeter
US gallons
UK gallons
Barrel
L
m3
cm3
dm3
US gal
UK gal
bbls
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
99999999
99999.999
99999999000
99999999
9999999.9
9999999.9
999999.99
8
5[ds]3
11
8
7[ds]1
7[ds]1
6[ds]2
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Description
Name
Unit
Range
min
Range max
Format
Transaction additive volume
Millilitre
Cubic centimeter
ml
cc
0
0
999999.99
999999.99
6[ds]2
6[ds]2
Accumulated total additive volume
Liter
Cubic meter
Cubic centimeter
Cubic decimeter
US Gallons
UK Gallons
Barrel
L
m3
cm3
dm3
US gal
UK gal
bbl
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
99999.999
99.999999
99999999
99999.999
99999.999
99999.999
999.99999
5[ds]3
2[ds]6
8
5[ds]3
5[ds]3
5[ds]3
3[ds]5
Mass
Kilogram
Metric ton
Pound
Long ton (UK)
Short ton (US)
kg
ton
lb
long ton
US ton
0
0
0
0
0
999999.99
999.99999
999999.99
999.99999
999.99999
6[ds]2
3[ds]5
6[ds]2
3[ds]5
3[ds]5
Temperature
Celsius
Fahrenheit
°C
°F
-300.00
-400.0
300.00
572.0
3[ds]2
3[ds]1
Density
Kilogram cubic meter
Degrees API
Pounds cubic feet
Relative density @ 60°F
kg/m3
°API
lb/ft3
RD60
0
-50.0
0
0
9999.9
600.0
999.99
9.9999
4[ds]1
3[ds]1
3[ds]2
1[ds]4
Pressure
Bar
Pascal
Kilo Pascal
PSI RANGE 100
PSI RANGE 1000
bar
Pa
kPa
psi_r100
psi_r1000
0
0
0
0
0
999.99
99999000
99999
999.9999
999.999
3[ds]2
8
5[ds]0
3[ds]4
3[ds]3
Ratio
Percentage
Parts per million
%
ppm
0.00
0
99.99
999999
2 [ds] 2
6
Expansion coefficient
Inverse Fahrenheit
Inverse Celsius
10-7/°F
10-7/°C
00000
00000
99999
99999
5
5
Flow rate
Liter per minute
Cubic meter per minute
Cubic centimeter per minute
Cubic decimeter per minute
US Gallons per minute
UK Gallons per minute
Barrel per minute
L/min
m3/min
cm3/min
dm3/min
US gal/min
UK gal/min
bbl/min
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
999999.99
999.99999
999999990
999999.99
99999.999
99999.999
9999.9999
6 [ds] 2
3 [ds] 5
9
6[ds]2
5[ds]3
5[ds]3
4[ds]4
Additive Flow rate
Milliliter per minute
Cubic centimeter per minute
ml/min
cc/min
0
0
999999.99
999999.99
6[ds]2
6[ds]2
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5.11.2.3 Display
Entity
Description
Value range
[Display brightness]
With this entity you can enter the
brightness of the display. The
brightness is controlled by the backlight
of the display.
<0> % (low) ... <100> % (high)
(default = <75> %)
[Display contrast]
With this entity you can enter the
contrast of the display.
<0> % (low) ... <100> % (high)
(default = <75> %)
[Session timeout value]
With this entity you can enter the time
in seconds between last key pressed
on Fusion4 IR Controller and the
moment the display switches back to
one of the running screens.
<10> s ... <600> s
(default = <300> s)
[User display language]
With this entity you can select the
display language for the running
screens.
<English UK>
<English US> (default)
<French>
<German>
<Dutch>
<Spanish>
<Chinese>
<Japanese>
<Polish>
<Portuguese>
<Italian>
<Local language>
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5.11.2.4 Time
Entity
Description
Value range
[Date display format]
With this entity you can select the
format of the date.
<DD_MM_YY> (default)
<MM_DD_YY>
<YY_MM_DD>
<DD_MM_YYYY>
<MM_DD_YYYY>
Note: Only the first 3 selections are
completely visible on the SSC screen.
[Time display format]
With this entity you can select the
format of the time.
<12-hour>
<24-hour> (default)
Note: Only the 24-hour selection is
completely visible on the SSC screen.
[Date]
With this entity you can select the
actual date that is used for time
stamping of transactions, calibrations,
and alarms.
Year
Month
Day
Note: By default, the current date appears.
However, to change the default date, enter
the year, month, and day.
[Time]
With this entity you can select the
actual time that is used for time
stamping of transactions, calibrations,
and alarms.
Hour
Minute
Second
Millisecond
Note: By default, the current time appears.
However, to change the default time, enter
the hour, minute, second, and millisecond.
[Next scheduled service]
[Daily total reset time]
With this entity you can select the date
when the next service activities should
take place for the SSC-A. It is handled
like an alarm and it can be configured
to desired alarm behaviour (Disable,
Display, or Shutdown).
Year
Month
Day
With this entity you can select the time
at which the daily totals is cleared.
Hour
Minute
Second
Millisecond
Note: By default, 01-01-10 appears.
However, to change the default date enter
the year, month, and day.
Note: By default, 00:00:00 appears.
However, to change the daily totals reset
time, enter the hour, minute, second, and
millisecond.
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5.11.3 I/O binding
The new Flexible I/O Allocation architecture forms the basis of the
Fusion4 product family. It is designed around the common I/O building
blocks that can be arranged in different configurations to be used in the
SSC.
I/O allocation can either be performed through the Fusion4 IR Controller
through the infrared link or the LAD connected to the SSC-A front
connector (see FIGURE 5-10).
Fusion4
IR controller
infra
red
LAD
FIGURE 5-10
I/O allocation using the Fusion4 IR Controller or the LAD
F4A10-1008
 Select Configuration in the Main
Menu (see screen right)
 Select [I/O binding] + <OK>
 Select [Inputs] or [Outputs] + <OK>
A specific entity can be selected.
For example, [Pacing source], [Pump
feedback], and so on, and link it to a
specific I/O function.
For example, <DI AC 1> (Digital Input AC1, number 1), <DO EMR> (Digital
Output Electromechanical Relay), and so on.
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The possible entities and the I/O functions to which a specific entity can
be linked is provided in the following table (as in TestPack 6).
Input/Output
Entity
Link is possible to ...
Inputs
[Pacing source]
None, Pulse Input, Comms., DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2,
OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1,
OPT DI DC 2, OPT AI DC
[Permissive1]
None, Comms., DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1,
OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2,
OPT AI DC
[Permissive2]
None, Comms., DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1,
OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2,
OPT AI DC
[System interlock]
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1,
OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2,
OPT AI DC
[Alarm reset]
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2,
OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2
[Slow flow signal]
None, Pulse Input, Comms., DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2,
OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1,
OPT DI DC 2
[Pump feedback]
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2,
OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2
[Tank low level switch]
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT AI DC, OPT DI AC 1,
OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2
[Tank empty switch]
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT AI DC, OPT DI AC 1,
OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2
[Ext. solenoid control]
None, Comms., DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1,
OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2,
OPT AI DC
[Additive temperature]
None, OPT RTD, OPT AI DC
Outputs
[Solenoid control]
None, DO AC 1(default), DO AC 2, DO EMR, PO DC 1, PO DC 2, OPT
DO EMR, OPT DO AC
NOTE: The
default value for
the Output
entities are
None, except
for Solenoid
control entity.
[Alarm indication]
None, DO AC 1, DO AC 2, DO EMR, PO DC 1, PO DC 2, OPT DO EMR,
OPT DO AC
[Alarm shutdown]
None, DO AC 1, DO AC 2, DO EMR, PO
OPT DO AC
[Block valve control]
None, DO AC 1, DO AC 2, DO EMR, PO DC 1, PO DC 2, OPT DO EMR,
OPT DO AC
[Injection feedback]
None, DO AC 1, DO AC 2, DO EMR, OPT DO EMR, OPT DO AC,
PO DC 1, PO DC 2
[Pump start]
None, DO AC 1, DO AC 2, DO EMR, PO DC 1, PO DC 2, OPT DO EMR,
OPT DO AC
[Factored pulse out]
None, PO DC 1, PO DC 2
NOTE: The
default value for
the Input
entities are
None.
DC
1,
PO
DC
2, OPT DO EMR,
1. For I/O functions description, see 3.8 - Input
Functions ... 3.10.1.3 - Cable Specifications.
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5.11.3.1 Inputs
Entity
Description
[Pacing source]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the additive pacing.
[Permissive1]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the permissive
function.
[Permissive2]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the permissive
function.
[System interlock]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for a system interlock
or secondary permissive function.
Value range
See section 5.11.3
Secondary permissive acts as an
additional check on the existing
permissive1 or permissive2 whichever
is enabled at that time.
[Alarm reset]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the alarm reset
function.
[Slow flow signal]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the slow flow signal.
[Pump feedback]
With this entity you can select physical
source for the pump feedback function.
[Tank low level switch]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the tank low level
function.
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2,
OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3,
OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2,
OPT AI DC
[Tank empty switch]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the tank empty
function.
None, DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1, DI DC 2,
OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2, OPT DI AC 3,
OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT DI DC 2,
OPT AI DC
[Ext. solenoid control]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the external
solenoid control function.
None, Comms., DI AC 1, DI AC 2, DI DC 1,
DI DC 2, OPT DI AC 1, OPT DI AC 2, OPT
DI AC 3, OPT DI AC 4, OPT DI DC 1, OPT
DI DC 2, OPT AI DC
[Additive temperature]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the blend stream
temperature measurement.
None, OPT RTD, OPT AI DC
5.11.3.1.1 Pacing Source I/O Binding
The Honeywell Enraf family of injectors utilize product pacing signals
that are pulse-signal based. Pacing consists of either AC, one pulse per
injection cycle, or DC, multiple pulses per unit volume product signaling.
This pacing signal accumulates product volume in the injector electronic
controller and causes it to periodically inject additive to “keep pace” with
the customer’s recipe requirements.
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Six additive injection modes of operation are supported. The mode of
operation is determined by configuration of the following three entities.
1. Pacing source
2. [Pacing source] I/O binding
3. [Ext. solenoid control] I/O binding
The requirements for each of these modes are as follows:
 Smart product pulse






• [Additive mode] = Smart
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = PI
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = N/A
Smart analog
• [Additive mode] = Smart analog
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = AI
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = N/A
Smart inject (DI)
• [Additive mode] = Smart
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = Any digital Input
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = N/A
Smart Inject (Comms)
• [Additive mode] = Smart
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = Comms
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = N/A
Slave (DI)
• [Additive mode] = Slave
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = N/A
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = any digital input
Slave (Comms)
• [Additive mode] = Slave
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = N/A
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = Comms
Self paced
• [Additive mode] = Self
• [Pacing source] I/O Binding = N/A
• [Ext. solenoid control] I/O Binding = N/A
NOTE: For self paced mode the configuration of the [Pacing
source] I/O Binding is NOT relevant.
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= entity
[Pacing source]
= selected parameter
<Self>
(internal)
<Smart>
(external)
<Slave>
(external)
[Pacing source]
(I/O binding)
[External
solenoid control]
(I/O binding)
relevant entities (Self pacing):
[Selfpace injection period]
Additive [Injection volume]
<PI>
<Comms>
<DI>
<AI>
<Comms>
<DI>
<AI>
relevant entities (Smart pacing):
[Volume per inj. cycle]
Additive [Injection volume]
FIGURE 5-11
Additive pacing mode selection
F4A10-0027
5.11.3.1.1.1 Smart
The Smart mode offers 4 different options, which can be selected by the
[Pacing source] I/O binding entity.
 Pulse Input (PI) mode
In this mode, the SSC-A measures the wild stream itself.
The [Volume per inj cycle] entity determines when an injection is started.
The amount of additive volume is determined by setting the additive
[Injection volume] entity. The k-factor of the pacing pulse is determined by
setting the [K-factor] entity.
 Comms mode
On receipt of a trigger message from an RS-485 source (Comms), the
SSC-A injects the proper amount of additive into the wild stream. The
amount of additive can be configured by the additive [Injection volume]
entity.
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 Digital Input (DI) mode
On receipt of a trigger signal from an Digital Input (DI) source, the
SSC-A injects the proper amount of additive into the wild stream. The
amount of additive can be configured by the additive [Injection volume]
entity.
 Analog Input (AI) mode
In this mode the SSC-A receives wild stream flow from an Analog Input
(AI) source. The [Volume per inj cycle] entity determines when an injection
is started. The amount of additive volume is determined by setting the
additive [Injection volume] entity.
5.11.3.1.1.2 Inject-Now Signal
The [Pacing source] I/O binding is used to determine the operational mode
of the additive injector. If the pacing source I/O binding is set to <Pulse
input>, then the wild stream flow is monitored to determine when to
inject. This is performed through a hard-wired connection from the pulse
source to the single-pulse input (S-PI) or dual-pulse input (Q-PI) of the
SSC-A.
When the pacing source is a <Digital input> function, then the input works
as an “inject now” indication to the controller. Any low-to-high transition
on an “inject now” input results in an injection cycle.
When the pacing source is a <Analog input> function, then the Analog
input is used in a digital mode to indicate the “inject now” signal. Any
low-to-high transition on an “inject now” input results in an injection
cycle.
The [Pacing source] I/O binding can also be set to <Comms>, which means
the “inject now” indication is sent to the controller through a message
received by the controller’s serial port. The “inject now” message is
supported by several serial communication protocols.
5.11.3.1.1.3 Slave
In this case, the solenoid is controlled by an external device. The
SSC-A receives a command to open the solenoid. The solenoid then
remains open until the SSC-A receives a command to close it again.
This command signal can be received either from a Comms (RS-485), a
DI (Digital Input), or an AI (Analog Input) source.
This can be configured by the [Ext. solenoid control] I/O binding entity.
REMARK: In Slave mode, the SSC-A electronics provide a local
display of additive volume usage and meter calibration functions, but DOES NOT provide additive
injection control. Injection-volume control must be
provided by an external source, such as a PLC or
data system. When the pacing-signal input is ON
(voltage present), the solenoid-control output is ON.
The external controlling system must accumulate
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additive flow and determine when to close the
solenoid by turning off the pacing-signal input to the
SSC-A.
5.11.3.1.1.4 Self
In situations where no pacing signals are available from outside sources
like flow meters or other instruments, the SSC-A can be configured to
the Self-paced mode. In this mode, the SSC-A injects on a time and
fluid volume basis.
The Self-paced mode uses an internal timer, which can be configured
by the [Selfpace injection period] entity. On expiration of each timer cycle, an
injection is initiated. The volume per injection can be configured by the
additive [Injection volume] entity.
5.11.3.1.2 Enable Permissive1/Permissive2
All transactions start when the stream permissive conditions become
<True>, and they stop when the stream permissive becomes <False>. The
[Permissive] I/O binding defines three general means of permissive
configuration for the device.
Permissive1 operates the transaction on additive recipe1 and
Permissive2 operates the transaction on additive recipe2.
The value of the [Permissive] I/O binding can be one of the following
values:
 None – If the [Permissive] I/O binding is set to “None” then the
permissive is internally active based upon the injector mode.
• Smart analog (Analog mode)
- Transaction start condition – When the wild stream volume is
greater than the [Min. transaction volume] entity.
- Transaction end condition – When the wild stream flow rate is
less than the low flow rate for an amount of time defined by the
[End transaction time] entity.
• Smart product pulse
- Transaction start condition – When the wild stream volume is
greater than the [Min. transaction volume] entity.
- Transaction end condition – When the wild stream flow rate is
less than the low flow rate for an amount of time defined by the
[End transaction time] entity.
• Smart inject (DI or Comms)
- Transaction start condition – When the first inject signal is
received.
- Transaction end condition – When there is no inject signals for
an amount of time defined by the [End transaction time] entity.
• Slave (DI or Comms)
- Transaction start condition – When the first solenoid-open
condition is detected.
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- Transaction end condition – When there is no solenoid open
condition detected for an amount of time defined by the [End
transaction time] entity.
• Self paced – Not applicable
 Comms – Regardless of the injection mode
• Transaction start condition -- When a serial command is received
to enable the device.
• Transaction end condition – When a serial command is received
to disable the device.
 Digital Input – Regardless of the injection mode
• Transaction start condition – When the digital input is active.
• Transaction end condition – When the digital input is inactive.
If permissive1 I/O binding is set to None and permissive2 I/O binding is
set to any other value other than None, then the pacing source is
present with permissive2 absent, and the transaction operates on
recipe1. When there is pacing source present with permissive2 present,
then the transaction operates on recipe2.
5.11.3.1.3 Enable Secondary Permissive (System Interlock)
 The normal permissive signal can either be permissive1 or
permissive2 whichever is active at that point.
 An optional secondary interlock can be defined with an I/O binding.
 The secondary interlock can be used as a secondary permissive
signal and combined with the normal permissive signal through a
logical AND or OR function. The normal permissive signal can either
be Permissive 1 or Permissive 2 whichever is active at that point.
• If the permissive condition is OR, then the device is enabled when
either (or both) the permissive or secondary interlock is/are <True>.
• If the permissive condition is AND, then the device is enabled
when both the permissive and secondary interlock are <True>.
 If the secondary interlock I/O binding is not defined, then secondary
interlock is not used and the permissive condition is not applicable.
5.11.3.1.4 Alarm Reset
 Any active alarms should be resetable through any one of the
following three methods:
• Hard wired digital input defined by [Alarm reset] I/O binding
• Serial Comms command
• Fusion4 IR Controller / LAD, through the alarm summary screen
5.11.3.1.5 Wild Stream Low Flow (Slow-Flow Signal / Clean Arm)
 If the flush volume entity [Num of clean start cycles] is greater than zero,
the [Wild stream low flow] I/O binding is defined, and if you are running in
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a "smart" injector mode as well, then clean-arm functionality is
enabled.
A clean-arm transaction intentionally over-injects at the start of a
transaction for a number of cycles.
The over-inject quantity per injection =
flush volume / number of clean start cycles.
The number of over-injection cycles is configured by the [Num of clean
start cycles] entity.
During a clean-arm transaction, the slow-flow signal must be
provided towards the end of the transaction. When the slow-flow
signal is active, the injections stops.
If the wild stream volume dispensed after the slow-flow signal is
active than the flush volume, then a flush-volume alarm should be
generated at the end of the transaction.
If the wild stream flow rate > high-flow threshold, then the controller
should assume a high-flow state.
The slow-flow signal can be configured through an I/O binding. The
determination of the slow-flow state depends on this I/O binding.
• PI – The wild stream flow rate is used to determine the slow-flow
condition. If the wild stream flow rate < slow-flow rate threshold,
then the controller should assume a slow-flow state.
• DI – The active slow-flow digital input signal indicates when the
device should assume a slow-flow state.
• Comms – A serial command used to indicate when to enter the
slow-flow state.
5.11.3.1.6 Pump Feedback
 If the additive [Pump feedback] I/O binding is defined, then the controller
should generate an error if the pump indication input is inactive after
the pump demand is active.
 The allowable delay is defined by the [Pump feedback timeout] entity
(defined in the alarm settings submenu for this alarm).
5.11.3.1.7 Slave Solenoid (External Solenoid Control)
In this case, the solenoid is controlled by an external device. The
SSC-A receives a command to open the solenoid. The solenoid then
remains open until the SSC-A receives a command to close it again.
This command signal can be received either from a Comms (RS-485), a
DI (Digital Input), or an AI (Analog Input) source.
This can be configured by the [Ext. solenoid control] I/O binding entity.
5.11.3.1.8 Tank low level switch
Supply-tank level monitoring is useful in applications where a very small
supply tank is used. This is typical in portable or mobile applications
such as truck-mounted systems.
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By monitoring a hardware input connected to a level switch in the
supply tank, the controller can detect when the level in the tank is
nearing empty, and take appropriate action. This prevents the pump
from running completely dry, and prevents fueling operations from being
interrupted mid-load.
The tank-level signals used should provide a simple form contact
closure upon detection of a low level (in excess of some low point) in
the supply tank. Consideration should be given to the pump intake
position in the tank and to the amount of additive volume required for a
normal fuel delivery.
The switch-activation level should be positioned so that it is slightly
higher than the level required for normal delivery. If the tank low-level
switch indicates “low” immediately upon start of the delivery, there is still
an adequate volume in the tank to allow the delivery to complete prior to
the pump inlet drawing air.
If the low-level condition exists, the SSC-A can still operate under
normal condition. To clear the tank low-level signal, the tank must be
refilled to a point that closes the level switch. At that time, the alarm
disappears. There is no need to reset the condition as with normal
alarms.
5.11.3.1.9 Tank empty switch
If the tank-empty condition exists, the SSC-A cannot operate under
normal condition. To clear the tank-empty signal, the tank must be
refilled to a point that closes the level switch. At that time, the alarm
disappears and the SSC-A can then resume normal use. It is not
required to reset the condition with normal alarms.
5.11.3.1.10 Additive temperature
The SSC-A temperature input is available for volume conversion of the
measured gross observed volume, to facilitate high-accuracy custody
transfer of the additive stream product.
For temperature measurement, one of the following inputs of the option
board can be used:
 AI
 RTD (Mandatory for (W&M))
The Resistance Temperature Detector (RTD) temperature converter is
more accurate (± 0.3 ºC/ ± 0.5 ºF) than the Analog Input (AI) circuitry.
This input must be used for temperature measurement.
The external connected RTD should be a PT100 industrial platinum
resistance thermometer sensor that is compliant with IEC 60751
(edition 1995).
The IEC 60751 defines the following:
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 How to be made (platinum with an  = 0.00385 /ºC [0.00214 /
ºF)
 How to calculate temperature from resistance
 Accuracy classes
It is highly recommended to use a Class A or Class 1/10 DIN PT100:
 Class A is 100 +/- 0.06 at ºC [32ºF]
 Class B is 100 +/- 0.12 at ºC [32ºF]
Not explicitly defined in IEC 60751 but compatible:
 Class 1/3 DIN is 100 +/- 0.04 at 0ºC [32ºF] (0.12 / 3 = 0.04)
 Class 1/5 DIN is 100 +/- 0.024 at 0ºC [32ºF] (0.12 / 5 = 0.024)
 Class 1/10 DIN is100 +/- 0.012 at 0ºC [32ºF] (0.12 / 10 =
0.012)
Entity
Description
Value range
[Temperature input]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the additive stream
temperature measurement.
None, OPT RTD, OPT AI DC
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5.11.3.2 Outputs
Entity
Description
[Solenoid control]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the additive
solenoid control function.
[Alarm indication]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the alarm indication
function.
[Alarm shutdown]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the alarm shutdown
function.
[Block valve control]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the block valve
control function.
[Injection feedback]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the injection
feedback function.
[Pump start]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the additive pump
start function.
[Factored pulse out]
With this entity you can select the
physical source for the factored pulse
out function.
Value range
See section 5.11.3
5.11.3.2.1 Solenoid Control
In any operation modes, the additive solenoid should be opened and
closed when an additive injection trigger (or solenoid open/close signal)
is received.
5.11.3.2.2 Alarm Indication
If [Alarm action] is set to <Display>, the following actions occur:
 The [Alarm indication] output is set to ON.
 Alarm appears on the display.
5.11.3.2.3 Alarm Shutdown
If [Alarm action] is set to <Shutdown>, the following actions occur:
 The [Alarm indication] output is set to ON.
 Alarm appears on the display.
 [Alarm shutdown] output is set to ON.
 Running transactions are stopped.
 Start-up of new transactions is impossible.
5.11.3.2.4 Block Valve Control
 If the [Block valve] I/O binding is defined, then the block valve output
should be active when the permissive is <True>.
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 The block valve should remain active until the stream permissive is
<False>.
5.11.3.2.5 Injection Feedback
 This functionality is enabled by defining the additive injector
feedback I/O binding.
 Some injector-feedback modes produce pulses of a fixed length. For
these modes, the length of the pulse is determined by the feedback
pulse duration entity. The modes in which this setting is applicable
are marked as underscored italic.
 The specific behaviour of the additive injector feedback is defined by
entities located in the Solenoid submenu.
• Piston Switch – The injector feedback output is active as long as
the additive injection solenoid is active.
• Inverted piston switch – The injector output is inactive as long as
the additive injector solenoid is active (inverse of previous mode).
• Post injection – A pulse is generated as soon as the additive
injector solenoid becomes inactive.
• Double pulse – A pulse is generated after 25% of the injection
volume is injected during an injection cycle. Another pulse is
generated after 75% of injection volume has been injected.
• Last 25% – A pulse is generated after 75% of the injection volume
is injected.
• Extended piston switch – The injector feedback is active for the
complete period during which the additive injection solenoid is
active and some additional time (the time equal to the feedback
pulse duration entity).
• Inverted extended piston switch – The inverse of extended piston
switch mode.
• End sensor piston emulation feedback - It describes the
behaviour of a piston emulation control signal when configured for
end-sensor emulation. When configured, the feedback signal
changes its state whenever an injection is started. The state of the
feedback signal follows the piston emulation control signal, but it
changes its state only when the actual additive flow is detected
after the additive injection is activated. The feedback output
changes from its state when 25% of the injecton is distributed.
• Inverted end sensor piston emulation feedback - The inverse of
end sensor piston emulation feedback mode.
• Mid stroke piston emulation feedback - It describes the behaviour
of a piston emulation control signal when configured for midstroke emulation. When configured, a pulse is created whenever
an additive injection is started. The pulse is generated after 50%
of the injection is dispatched and the length is as per the
configured "Pulse duration".
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FIGURE 5-12
Injector feedback signals
5.11.3.2.6 Pump Start
Additive pump start output should be driven high when the permissive
becomes <True> (if the [Pump start] I/O binding is defined).
 The pump is de-activated when the permissive becomes <False> and
when you are not receiving wild stream pulses for a time-out period
in minutes.
5.11.3.2.7 Factored Pulse Output
 This functionality is enabled by defining the [Factored pulse out] I/O
binding.
 When the functionality is enabled, the output is driven based upon
the transaction additive volume and the factored pulse output setting.
 The factored pulse output setting can be one of the following values:
• 1 pulse for each unit of additive volume dispensed
• 10 pulses for each unit of additive volume dispensed
• 100 pulses for each unit of additive volume dispensed
• 1000 pulses for each unit of additive volume dispensed
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 The unit of volume is defined by the device unit of volume configu-
ration entity and not by the additive volume unit entity.
 The maximum frequency of the pulse output channel is 300 Hz.
5.11.4 I/O settings
5.11.4.1 Inputs
5.11.4.1.1 PI
Entity
Description
Value range
[Add. meter intergity check]
With this entity you can select the pulse
type of the additive flow meter.
<Disable> = single pulse (default)
<Enable> = dual pulse (quad)
[Add. meter cut-off frequency]
With this entity you can enter the
frequency level below which the pulse
integrity cannot be monitored.
50 Hz (default)
[Add. meter error threshold]
With this entity you can enter the
maximum number of quad pulse errors
permitted for every 1000 pulses. If
more than the specified number of
pulses are missing within a batch of
1000 pulses, then a pulse hardware
error is generated if the pulse integrity
check is configured. Missing pulses
that occur when the pulse input
frequency is below the meter cutoff
frequency are not counted towards the
pulse hardware alarm. A quad pulse
phase error also increments the pulse
hardware error count.
3 (default)
[Add. stream meter serial #]
With this entity you can enter the serial
number of the connected additive flow
meter. This is then a part of the
calibration record.
[Wild stream meter serial #]
With this entity you can enter the serial
number of the wild stream flow meter.
5.11.4.1.1.1 Wild stream Flow Metering
 The pulse input function can meter both the additive and wild stream
flow.
 The additive stream must use the quad pulse channel-A input and
the single pulse input can be used for wild stream metering.
 If a single pulse input is used for the additive meter, then this must be
wired to quad channel A.
 The pulse input functions also support new entities for flow rate for
both the wild and additive streams. These values are always in units
of litres/minute.
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5.11.4.1.2 DI (for both AC# and DC#)
Entity
Description
Value range
[DI hysteresis time]
With this entity you can set the active
time in milliseconds (ms) of the input
signal before accepting it as a valid
input signal.Hence, the time between
two signal transitions must be greater
than the [DI hysteresis time].
default = <250> ms
5.11.4.1.3 OPT AI DC
Entity
Description
Value range
[PV value @20mA]
With this entity the process value at
20 mA can be configured.
default = <100.0>
[PV value @4mA]
With this entity the process value at
4 mA can be configured.
default = <0.0>
[AI threshold]
With this entity the analog input
threshold value defines the range for 0
or 1.
For example, 0 or not active from 4-12
mA and 1 or active from 12 mA to 20
mA.
default = <0.0>
[AI logic state]
With this entity you can determine how
the injector controller uses the analog
input signal.
• <Positive>: It provides the range 0 or
not active from 4 - 12 mA and 1 or
active from 12 mA to 20 mA.
• <Negative>: It provides the range 1
or active from 4 - 12 mA and 0 or not
active from 12 mA to 20 mA.
<Positive> (default)
<Negative>
[AI serial #]
With this entity you can enter the serial
number of the connected analog input
device or transmitter.
Alphanumeric string of maximum 8 characters.
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Entity
Description
Value range
[HH Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the high
high PV alarm threshold. When
exceeded a PV alarm occurs.
NOTE: The entity is blank (empty) by
default.
[H Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the high PV
alarm threshold. When exceeded a PV
alarm occurs.
[L Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the low PV
alarm threshold. When exceeded a PV
alarm occurs.
[LL Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the low low
PV alarm threshold. When exceeded a
PV alarm occurs.
[Alarm Hysteresis]
With this entity you can set the
hysteresis around the alarm levels.
This hysteresis is used to avoid alarm
ON/OFF toggling situations at an alarm
level.
A high (high) alarm occurs when the
value becomes higher than [HH/H
Alarm Threshold].
A low (low) alarm occurs when the
value becomes lower than [LL/L Alarm
Threshold].
A high (high) alarm disappears when
the value becomes lower than [HH/H
Alarm Threshold - Hysteresis] and a
low (low) alarm disappears when the
value becomes higher than [L/LL Alarm
Threshold + Hysteresis].
NOTE: When this binding is selected for the pacing source
or the temperature source, it acts in 4-20 mA mode.
For all the other selections, it acts in digital mode.
5.11.4.1.3.1 OPT RTD
Entity
Description
Value range
[RTD serial #]
With this entity you can enter the serial
number of the connected PT100
temperature probe.
Alphanumeric string of maximum 8
characters.
[HH Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the high
high temperature alarm threshold.
When exceeded a temperature alarm
occurs.
default = <0.0>
[H Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the high
temperature alarm threshold. When
exceeded a temperature alarm occurs.
default = <0.0>
[L Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the low
temperature alarm threshold. When
exceeded a temperature alarm occurs.
default = <0.0>
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Entity
Description
Value range
[LL Alarm Threshold]
With this entity you can set the low low
temperature alarm threshold. When
exceeded a temperature alarm occurs.
default = <0.0>
[Alarm Hysteresis]
With this entity you can set the
hysteresis around the alarm levels.
This hysteresis is used to avoid alarm
ON/OFF-toggling situations at an alarm
level.
• A High (High) alarm occurs when the
value becomes higher than
[HH/H Alarm Threshold].
• A Low (Low) alarm occurs when the
value becomes lower than
[LL/L Alarm Threshold].
• A High (High) alarm disappears
when the value becomes lower than
[HH/H Alarm Threshold] - [Alarm
Hysteresis], and a Low (Low) alarm
disappears when the value becomes
higher than [L/LL Alarm Threshold] +
[Alarm Hysteresis].
default = <0.0>
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5.11.4.2 Outputs
5.11.4.2.1 (OPT) DO EMR
5.11.4.2.1.1 Relay mode
Each individual relay can be set to be energized or de-energized during
operation, by setting the [Relay mode] entity to <Energized> (default setting)
or <De-energized> respectively.
If the [Relay mode] entity is set to <Energized>, the relay coil is energized
when the relay state is <Deactivated>, and the relay coil is de-energized
when the relay state is <Activated>.
If the [Relay mode] entity is set to <De-energized>, the relay coil is deenergized when the relay state is <Deactivated>, and the relay coil is
energized when the relay state is <Activated>.
The <Energized> option is used for fail-safe operation whereas the <Deenergized> option is used for non-fail-safe operation.
 Set each individual relay to the required configuration, by selecting
the proper entities. See also next overview (fail-safe configuration is
colored).
Physically
Configured
Normally Open
(NO)
Relay Mode
Relay State
Physical Result
De-energized
Activated
Closed
Deactivated
Open
Activated
Open
Deactivated
Closed
Activated
Open
Deactivated
Closed
Activated
Closed
Deactivated
Open
Energized
Normally Closed
(NC)
De-energized
Energized
5.11.4.2.1.2 OPT AO DC
 This functionality requires a CAN-OPTION-SSC board.
 The value of the 4-20 mA analog output follows the transaction
additive gross observed volume entity.
In addition, the SSC-A also supports the mapping of internal primary
values to an analog output (4-20 mA). For example,
• The actual (running) additive volume per stream.
• The temperature per stream.
• The flow per stream.
 When the transaction begins, the transaction additive gross
observed volume is zero, and the analog output should be 4 mA.
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 The output value during the transaction should be:
((additive volume) / upper boundary value) * (16) + 4 mA.
 To enable this functionality, the following setting must be set in the
I/O setting menu for the Analog Output function:
• The [Upper boundary] entity should be set to the maximum process
variable value (in default units) to be associated with a 20 mA
output.
• The [Lower boundary] entity should be set to the process variable
value (in default units) to be associated with a 4 mA output.
• The operational mode should be set to <Follow PV>.
Entity
Description
Value range
[Operational mode]
With this entity you can select between
2 modes for the anolog output.
•
[PV address]
With this entity you can select the
process variable to be mapped on the
analog output (4-20 mA).
<None> (default)
<Acc. additive vol.> ml
<Additive volume> ml
<Additive flowrate> L/min
<Wild flowrate> L/min
<ppm>
[Lower boundary]
With this entity you can select the PV
value at 4 mA.
For the actual current value lineair
interpolation is used between [Lower
boundary] and [Upper boundary].
default = <0.0>
For units, see Value range of [PV address]
[Upper boundary]
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With this entity you can select the PV
value at 20 mA.
For the actual current value lineair
interpolation is used between [Lower
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<Explicitly Driven> (default) - The output
value is set by the application (for
example, valve control).
• <Follow PV> - The output reflects one of
the Primary Values measured by the
SSC.
Note: The Lower boundary values are set
as per the units selected in the [PV
address] entity.
default = <0.0>
For units, see Value range of [PV address]
Note: The Upper boundary values are set
as per the units selected in the [PV
address] entity.
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5.11.4.3 Communication
5.11.4.3.1 IR COMMS
Entity
Description
Value range
[IR access]
With this entity you can enable the IR
interface if it was turned off.
<IR enabled> (default)
<IR disabled>
Note: IR communication cannot be
disabled from IR remote control device
when LAD is not attached to the device.
[Long IR access] *
Disabling this entity (default) uses the
short login sequence of pressing only
the [ATTN] key.
<Long IR enabled>
<Long IR disabled> (default)
Enabling this entity makes the
controller require the long login
sequence of four buttons being
pressed. Use [ATTN], [F1], [F2], [F3].
* In a few installations of Honeywell Enraf controllers, it
has been reported that sunlight or strong artificial light
sources can “unlock” the infrared port the same way as
pressing the ATTN key on the Fusion4 IR Controller. If
this occurs, parameter values could accidentally be
changed. It should be noted that this is an
EXTREMELY rare possibility, but may happen.
The Long Infrared access parameter enables or disables an extended login sequence of characters for the
infrared communications port on the bezel of the SSC.
Using an extended login character sequence raises the
odds of a random pattern of interference matching the
correct login sequence to astronomical levels.
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5.11.4.3.2 (OPT) COMMS
5.11.4.3.2.1 Introduction
Full control of and full access to all setup entities can be realized by
using a hard-wired, serial EIA RS-485 communications port, which is
connected to a master system through a data communications line.
This master system can be a PC service program, a load computer, a
SCADA system, DCS, or any other type of Terminal Automation
System.
The SSC-A includes several different communications protocols. These
include FlexConn, FMC Smith, Brooks, Modbus RTU, and Modbus
legacy.
The SSC-A supports 2 serial communication ports.
 The CAN-ADD-BLEND board houses a 2-wire or 4-wire isolated
RS-485 communication port.
 The CAN-OPTION-SSC board houses a 2-wire isolated RS-485
communication port.
The communication settings for all of the protocols are as follows:
 RS-485 Multi-drop, poll and reply, slave only.
 2-wire or 4-wire, (physical switch on the board).
 32 Injectors total on one drop.
 Data rates: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200,
and 128000 baud.
 Data bits: 8
 Parity: none, even, odd
 Stop bits: 1, 2
Alarms are reported through the protocols of the RS-485
communications interface. Alarms may also be cleared using the
RS-485 communications interface.
CAUTION! It is strongly recommended to only transmit configuration data, from remote network systems such as
TAS, between additive transactions when the
device is idle, as any changes sent has immediate
effect.
5.11.4.3.2.2 FlexConn Instrument Address
The entity [FlexConn instrument addr.] selects the instrument address for the
FlexConn protocol.
5.11.4.3.2.3 Communication Protocol
The entity [Communication protocol] selects the protocol that is used for
communications through the serial port.
Setting values are as follows:
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 FlexConn
 FMC Smith
 Brooks
 Modbus RTU
 Modbus legacy
Refer to the Communications Specification for complete details
regarding your specific protocol.
5.11.4.3.2.4 Baudrate
The entity [Baudrate] selects the serial port baudrate used for
communications. Possible setting values are:
 1200 baud
 2400 baud
 4800 baud
 9600 baud
 19200 baud
 38400 baud
 57600 baud
 115200 baud
 128000 baud
5.11.4.3.2.5 Parity
The entity [Parity] selects the parity used for serial communication.
5.11.4.3.2.6 Stop bits
The entity [Stop bits] selects the number of stop bits used for serial
communication.
5.11.4.3.2.7 Datastream Maximum Gap Time
The entity [Datastream max gap time] selects the time out between
characters in one single record.
5.11.4.3.2.8 Turn-around Delay
The entity [Turn around delay] selects the time between the received
request from the master system and the moment the answer is
returned.
5.11.4.3.2.9 Broadcast Address
The entity [Broadcast address] selects the secondary communications
address, recognized by the SSC-A. It is not necessarily unique to any
particular unit. This address is used by the master system if it wants to
transmit a command to more than one unit simultaneously. All SSC-A
units on the system responds to broadcast messages. The SSC-A acts
upon a message addressed to its own broadcast address, but does not
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acknowledge it. This permits many units to be controlled by the master
system with only a single command sent. A typical use for this is setting
the date or time.
Examples:
 To assign the SSC-A a Broadcast Address of 999 enter: 999
 To assign the SSC-A a Broadcast Address of 000 enter: 000
5.11.4.3.2.10 Unit Address
The entity [Unit address] selects the primary communications address of
the SSC-A. The primary address is the value used to identify a
particular unit to the master system. This 3-digit number must be unique
to each unit on a communication loop.
Examples:
 To assign the SSC-A an Address of 10, enter: 010
 To assign the SSC-A an Address of 252, enter: 252
5.11.4.3.2.11 Modbus byte order
The entity [Modbus byte order] selects byte order in serial communication
when modbus protocol is used.
5.11.4.4 Protocols
5.11.4.4.1 Protocol FMC Smith
The FMC Smith protocol is closely related to the protocol defined by
Smith Meter Inc. for use with their AccuLoad™ Electronic Preset.
In FMC Smith protocol, there are 2 different message formats,
depending on whether the message originated from the master system
or from a controller.
5.11.4.4.2 Protocol Brooks
The Brooks protocol is provided to allow Brooks Instrument’s
PetroCount® IMS Presets to easily communicate with the controller.
Existing software communications drivers used to communicate with
the Brooks units can be used to communicate with the controller.
Ensure the entity code table for the controller.
In Brooks protocol, the message format is the same, regardless of
whether the transmission is originated from the master system or from
the controller.
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5.11.4.4.3 Protocol Modbus RTU/Modbus legacy
The Modbus RTU/Modbus legacy protocol is a modified subset of
Modicon Inc.’s Modbus RTU Protocol. While the protocol supports a
large number of commands, only three are supported in
microprocessor-based control devices. These commands adhere to the
message framing defined by Modbus, but are not necessarily used for
the same purpose.
For example, function code <06h> is defined by Modbus to ‘Preset a
Single Register’. The microprocessor devices use this function code to
‘Execute a Task’. The key to implementation of this protocol is that it
allows the slave devices to communicate over a communications bus
that uses Modbus without interfering with other devices on the bus.
5.11.4.4.4 FlexConn Protocol
The Honeywell Enraf proprietary FlexConn protocol is used to
communicate with the Fusion4 Portal PC program.
The Fusion4 Portal covers a broad range of functions as follows:
 BoL printing and viewing
 Commissioning and diagnosing of controllers
 OPC interfacing
 Monitoring of field devices for the control room
5.11.4.5 Communication Wiring
The SSC-A uses the EIA-485 standard for communications. A converter
is required to enable communications with peripheral devices such as
modems or personal computers that use the EIA-232 interface
standard.
Honeywell Enraf can provide an EIA-485 to EIA-232 converter if your
application requires it.
Communications through a modem requires a modem to be installed at
each end of the communications link, and an appropriate converter (if
required). The modem must be programmed to auto answer, and the
cabling must be designed to provide auto-answer capabilities on the
terminal end.
Although often overlooked, proper system wiring is critical to the reliable
operation of serial communication interfaces. Improper wiring can
cause high data-error rates and reduce data throughput.
Although exact wiring requirements vary depending on the type of
interface used, each of the following is important to the overall success
of a communications system:
 Cable lengths and types
 Shielding
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 Twisted Pair Wiring
RS-485 interfaces are typically used in multi-drop configurations. The
system wiring can become very complex. When installing a 2-wire cable
for use with the SSC-A, receive and transmit share the same conductor
pair. The wires must be a twisted pair.
Wiring for RS-485 must be designed as a Daisy chain. Cable stubs are
permitted so long as they are 4.5 m (15 feet) or less in length.
Conductor pairs must be terminated with a 100 ohm resistor at the most
distant end, to ensure proper line impedance for maximum signal
reception.
Using the recommended cable (Belden Cable 9841 for 2-wire), an
RS-485 interface may support multiple devices (stations) over a
maximum wire length of 1200 m (3600 feet).
Entity
Description
Value range
[FlexConn instrument addr.]
With this entity you can select the
device address for the FlexConn
protocol.
<0> ... <1900>
(default = <0>)
[Communication protocol]
With this entity you can select the
protocol for the communication port.
<FlexConn>
<FMC Smith>
<Brooks>
<Modbus RTU>
<Modbus legacy>
[Baudrate]
With this entity you can select baudrate
for the communication port.
<Baudrate 1200>
<Baudrate 2400>
<Baudrate 4800>
<Baudrate 9600> (default)
<Baudrate 19200>
<Baudrate 38400>
<Baudrate 57600>
<Baudrate 115200>
<Baudrate 128000>
[Parity]
With this entity you can select the parity
type.
<Odd>
<Even>
<None> (default)
[Stop bits]
With this entity you can select the
number of stop bits to be used with
each byte.
<One> (default)
<Two>
[Datastream max gap time]
With this entity you can select the timeout between characters in one single
record (ms).
<0> ms ... <10000> ms
(default = <1000> ms)
[Turn around delay]
With this entity you can select the time
between the received request from the
master and the moment the answer is
sent (ms).
<0> ms ... <1000> ms
(default = <100> ms)
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Entity
Description
Value range
[Broadcast address]
With this entity you can select the
secondary address recognized by the
SSC. It is not necessarily unique to any
particular unit. This address is used by
the master if it wants to transmit a
command to more than one unit,
simultaneously. The SSC does not
respond to a message addressed to its
broadcast address.
<0> ... <999>
(default = <998>)
[Unit address]
With this entity you can select the
primary address of the SSC. The
primary address is the value used to
identify a particular unit to the master
computer. This 3-digit number must be
unique to each unit on a
communication loop.
<0> ... <997>
default = <123>
[Modbus byte order]
With this entity you can select the byte
representation of the information
retrieved by the modbus protocol:
• Little endian: The LSB is sent first
• Big endian: The MSB is sent first
<Little endian>
<Big endian> default
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5.11.5 Control settings
5.11.5.1 Additive control
Entity
Description
Value range
[Additive mode]
With this entity you can select the
additive mode of the injector.
<Smart> (default)
<Slave>
<Self>
[K-factor]
With this entity you can set the K-factor
of the additive flow meter supplied by
the vendor, in pulses per [Units of
volume].
The K-factor must be the number of pulses
per litre (gallon), regardless of the
configured unit of volume selection.
(default = <750.000>)
[Permissive condition]
With this entity you can select the
logical relation between the Permissive
and System interlock functions.
•
Note: The entity [Permissive condition]
is only relevant when the System
Interlock I/O binding is configured other
than <None>.
<AND> (default) (Both signals should be
available to permit the device)
• <OR> (One of those signals should be
available to permit the device)
[Factored pulse out]
With this entity you can select the
amount of pulses for each unit of
additive volume dispensed.
<1 Pulse / Unit> (default)
<10 Pulses / Unit>
<100 Pulses / Unit>
<1000 Pulses / Unit>
[Feedback mode]
With this entity you can select the type
of feedback for each injection.
<None> (default)
<End-sensor switch>
<Inv. end-sensor>
<Mid-stroke switch>
<Piston switch>
<Inv. piston switch>
<Post injection>
<Double pulse>
<Last 25% >
<Ext. piston switch>
<Inv. ext. piston switch>
[Feedback pulse duration]
With this entity you can enter the
duration of the feedback pulse in ms.
<0> ms ... <1000> ms
(default = <500> ms)
[Piston control emulation]
With this entity you can inject the
control through a digital input channel.
When configured for piston emulation
control, the injector injects whenever
there is a change to logic level of the DI
channel bound to the pacing source I/O
binding.
The SSC-A must also have its piston
emulation configuration set to "True".
<False> (default)
<True>
[Pump run timeout]
With this entity you can enter the time
in minutes between the last injection
and the additive pump stop.
<1> min ... <255> mins
(default = <10> mins)
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Entity
Description
Value range
[Reset alarm at permissive]
With this entity you can set the alarm
reset, when the SSC becomes
permitted.
<Enable>
<Disable> (default)
[Inject queue length]
With this entity the inject queue length
can be configured.
<0> ... <10>
(default = <1>)
You can define the number of injections
that can be queued up (that is,
postponed) if the injection progress is
too slow in relation to the calculated or
configured injection period time or even
the measured wild stream flow.
[Accuload alarm mapping]
With this entity you can ensure that the
SSC-A alarms which are not present in
the Mini-Pak can be found in an
Accuload preset if they are activated by
the SSC-A.
The new alarms have status bits
associated with them in the parameter
802 alarm status value that are not
recognized by the Accuload. When the
Accuload alarm mapping configuration
is true, then all these alarms drive the
Program Failure bit in parameter 802.
This is found in the Accuload as a
General Additive (GA) alarm.
The alarms affected include the
following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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<True>
No activity
Flush Volume
Valve Error
No Pump
License Error
Control Error
Power Failure
Pulse Error
Tank Monitor
Service Due
With this entity you can select the block
valve location in the stream.
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<DOWNSTREAM>
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5.11.5.2 Additive recipe
Entity
Description
Value range
[Addtive name]
With this entity you can enter the name
of the additive stream product.
Text string of maximum 20 characters.
[Injection volume1]
With this entity you can enter the
amount of volume to be injected per
injection cycle when permissive 1 is
active.
default = <20> ml
[Injection volume2]
With this entity you can enter the
amount of volume to be injected per
injection cycle when permissive 2 is
active.
default = <20> ml
[Volume per inj. cycle]
With this entity the amount of wild
stream volume per injection cycle can
be set.
default = <40> L
[Injection offset]
With this entity a percentage to
determine at what point the SSC-A
gives the first injection during a
transaction is entered. The percentage
is applied to the [Volume per inj. cycle]
and determines the volume of wild
stream product at when the first
injection occurs.
Subsequent injections occur on the
normal [Volume per inj. cycle] interval.
This entity is only applicable for the
Smart Pulse Input mode.
<0> % ... <100> %
(default = <0> %)
The entity guarantees the delivery of
the intended additive amount in the
complete batch.
Example:
Volume per inj. Cycle = 100 l
[26.417 gal]
Injection offset = 50%
First injection: 50 l[13.209 gal]
Second injection: 150 l [39.626 gal]
Third injection: 250 l [66.043 gal]
Fourth injection: 350 l [92.460 gal]
[Selfpace injection period]
With this entity the time between
injection cycles can be set.
This entity is only applicable in Selfpaced mode.
In this case, the entity [Pacing source]
must be set to <Self>.
<1> s ... <32> s
(default = <1> s)
5.11.5.2.1 Injection Recipe
 The following entities exist for additive injection recipe configuration.
There are two recipes available for additive injection and the
following configuration entities exist for them.
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• Additive name
• Additive injection volume1
• Additive injection volume2
• Wild stream volume per injection
• Self paced injection period (only used in self pace mode)
• Injection offset
 Any of the two recipes can be used for transaction. The recipe to be
used is dependent upon the permissive. Enabling permissive 1
enables the recipe 1 and enabling permissive 2 enables the recipe 2
for the transaction.
 The recipe definitions can be changed between transactions.
5.11.5.2.2 Definition
The recipe is the ratio of the chemical additive to the process flow (fuel).
The recipe consists of 2 parts:
• HOW MUCH Additive [Injection volume] chemical is going to be put
in each injection cycle is the first part.
• HOW OFTEN the [Volume per inj. cycle] occurs determines the
second part.
Effectively, SSC-A provides two recipes.
These two criterias are interrelated. Changing either one of them affects
the ratio, and thus the recipe. By changing both values, it is possible to
adjust the operating characteristics of the injector to an optimum setting,
without changing the actual recipe.
5.11.5.2.3 Where do I get my recipe?
Recipes are defined by the chemical suppliers and by decision makers
in your company. They may also be determined by law. In the case of
detergent additives, testing determines the optimum concentrations of
the chemical in the fuel, and company policies are set which regulate
the amounts put in. Odorants, dyes, and tracers are generally regulated
by government decree and the dosage rates required to meet those
needs are established in advance.
Chemical suppliers, company management, and other similar facilities
are all sources for determining the “typical” setup for your injection
recipe.
5.11.5.2.4 Conversion of recipe volumes
 Determine the additive concentration required by your company.
This may be specified in volume of additive per volume of product
delivered, parts per million, or a percentage. Injections occur at some
regularly spaced product volume interval.
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In the USA, it is typical to use cc’s per 40 gallons. In areas outside of the
USA, a more typical concentration is cc’s per 100 litres.
The following table provides factors for the conversion of recipe
volumes.
This X Factor = This 
lbs / Mbbls
cc’s / 40 gal
gal / Mgal
ppm
cc’s / 100 l
lbs / Mbbls
1
0.4312
0.002845
2.845
0.2845
cc’s / 40 gal
2.32
1
0.0066
6.6
0.66
gal / Mgal
351.5
151.5
1
1000
100
ppm
0.3515
0.1515
0.001
1
0.1
cc’s / 100 l
3.515
1.515
0.01
0.1
1
Example
Assume that the recipe from the additive manufacturer is provided in parts per million (ppm). The recipe calls for 285 ppm.
The injector is set up to inject every 40 gallons.
Find ppm in the left-hand column. Follow the row across to the
cc’s / 40 gal column and find the factor of 0.1515.
Then multiply 285 PPM by 0.1515 and get 43.2. To meet the
285 ppm requirement, set up the injector to inject 43.2 cc’s
every 40 gallons.
5.11.5.2.5 Frequency of injection
The example above used a 40 gallon interval for injections. The
frequency of injections depends upon several factors that may apply to
your situation.
Pacing injectors used to be carried out exclusively with pulse
transmitters placed in the mechanical meter stack. Due to gearing
limitations and injection volumes at that time, it was a common place to
send a pacing pulse that was ON for 20 gallons and OFF for 20 gallons.
This is the standard pacing injectors.
With today’s modern pulse transmitters, electronic pulse splitters, and
the capability of presets to send virtually any factored pulse output, the
40 gallon interval is less used.
One criterion in determining how often to inject is the k-factor of the
pacing pulse. This k-factor represents the total number of pulses that
equals one unit of flow.
For example, if 5 pulses equals 1 litre [0.264 gal], the k-factor is 5.
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If one pulse represents more than one unit of flow, the k-factor is less
than one. For example, if 1 pulse equals 100 litres [26.417 gal], the
k-factor is 0.010.
If the k-factor is less than one, the interval between injections MUST be
set to an exact multiple of the number of units that the pulse represents.
In our example of 100 litres [26.417 gal] per pulse, we are limited to
injecting every 100, 200, 300, and so on, litres [26.417, 52.834, 79.252,
and so on, gallons]. Setting the injection interval to an amount that is not
a multiple of the units per pulse (for example, 150 litres [39.626 gal])
causes irregular injection cycles to occur, with a resultant loss of
accuracy.
Similarly, if the pacing pulse is one pulse every 40 gallons, the interval
between injections must be set to 40, 80, 120, and so on. For example,
50 gallons does not work.
Pulse rates of 1 pulse per unit volume of fuel flow or higher allows you
to configure any interval in limitation of the other factors mentioned
hereafter.
One of the factors to consider is the homogeneity of the result. The
longer time between injections, the less consistent the blend becomes.
See FIGURE 5-13.
additive injection
wild stream
additive injection
wild stream
FIGURE 5-13
Frequency of injection
For this reason it is desirable to inject more frequently.
The limiting factor here is the limitation of the injector hydraulics to
meter and to control very small volumes. The typical Honeywell Enraf
injector can handle injection volumes down to 1 cc. But it is much more
accurate to put in several cc’s.
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For this reason, the volume of fuel in one cycle must be large enough to
receive at least 2 or 3 cc’s of additive.
The factors above must be considered, and a balance must be
achieved to allow the injector to cycle in an optimum manner. The
ideally tuned injection system should be set up to be injecting 50% of
the time at maximum fuel flow rate.
This means that the additive-system pressure, injection interval,
injection volume, and manual throttling of manifold needle valves should
be adjusted until the injector solenoid is open 50% of the time when the
fuel is flowing at its fastest flow rate. This ensures the most accurate
injection and allows for the widest possible compensation for variations
in flow.
5.11.5.3 Wild stream
Entity
Description
Value range
[K-factor]
With this entity you can set the K-factor
of the wild stream, in pulses per [Units
Meter pulses per unit volume of product
Example:
One input pulse from product meter = 2
litres --> Enter: 0000.500
Note: To determine the [K-factor] for any
other value, divide 1 by the flow meter
pulse output.
of volume].
Used by the SSC to determine the
volume from the process (wild stream)
or product flow meter. This K-factor
must be the number of pulses per litre,
regardless of the configured unit of
volume selected.
default = <100>
[Meter factor]
With this entity you can set the K-factor
correction of the wild stream in case
the wild stream flow is measured by a
real flow meter. The meter factor is
determined during the calibration of the
wild stream flow meter.
<0.0> ... <99999.999>
(default = <1.0>)
[Min. transaction vol.]
With this entity the minimum amount of
wild stream volume before the SSC-A
is permitted to start a new injection
transaction.
The [Permissive I/O binding] must be
configured as <None>.
<1> L ... <999> L
(default = <10> L)
[End product flow timeout]
With this entity the time in seconds can
be configured to indicate the end of the
transaction. When [End product flow
timeout] no wild stream pulses are
received, the transaction is finished.
The [Permissive I/O binding] must be
configured as <None>.
<5> s ... <255> s
(default = <30> s)
5.11.5.3.1 Minimum Product Volume for Transaction Record
The [Min. transaction vol.] is the minimum volume of the product that must
have been loaded before transaction begins. Setting this parameter to a
value greater than 1 limits the false transaction data record that may be
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generated in case the SSC-A permissive-enable inputs have contact
bounce. This only works in case the [Permissive I/O binding] is set to
<None>.
5.11.5.4 Clean arm
Entity
Description
Value range
[Num. of clean start cycles]
With this entity you can set the number
of injection cycles at the beginning of
the transaction to be used for "over
injection". The "over injection" at the
start compensates the injection stop at
the end of the transaction, in order to
realize the clean arm or flushing of the
loading arm.
<1> ... <99>
(default = <10>)
[Flush volume]
With this entity you can set the amount
of wild stream volume to realize the
flushing, by stopping the injections
before the end of the transaction. The
[Flush volume] is the amount of wild
stream product that is to remain
additive free in order to realize a clean
arm when the flow stops. The [Flush
volume] and [Num of clean start cycles]
determines the additional addtive
volume to be injected at the start of the
transaction (over injection). When
[Flush volume] equals zero, the clean
arm operation is disabled.
<0> L ... <999> L
(default = <0.00> L)
[High flow threshold]
With this entity you can set the flow rate
which must be exceeded to start the
injection process during clean arm
operation.
<0> L/min ... <30000> L/min
(default = <1000.00> L/min)
[Low flow threshold]
With this entity you can set the flow rate
at which the flushing starts by stopping
the additive injection process.
<0> L/min ... <30000> L/min
(default = <1000.00> L/min)
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5.11.5.5 Solenoid
Entity
Description
Value range
[Number of retries]
With this entity you can set the number
of retries for opening the solenoid again
in case no additive pulses are received.
<0> ... <2>
(default = <2>)
[Close delay]
With this entity you can set the time in
ms, the additive pulses must be
stopped after the solenoid has been
closed.
<500> ms ... <10000> ms
(default = <500> ms)
[Dwell time]
With this entity you can set the
minimum time in ms that the solenoid
opens and closes. The parameter value
is normally set to zero in injectors that
require the solenoid to open and stay
open until the full volume per cycle is
injected. The numeric value represents
the ON time of the solenoid in
milliseconds. The OFF time is equal to
the ON time. When this value is nonzero, the controller continues to pulse
the valve control output until the
amount of additive called for in the
‘Injection Volume’ setting is dispensed.
The stroke repeat rate is double the
‘Solenoid Dwell Time’.
<0> ms ... <32767> ms
(default = <0> ms)
5.11.6 Volume Conversion
5.11.6.1 Introduction
The SSC-A volume conversion is meant for the conversion of the
measured Gross Observed Volume (GOV) to the Gross Standard
Volume (GSV). The GSV is defined at reference condition for
temperature and for that reason it is suitable for high accurate custody
transfer of the additive stream product. The SSC-A implements volume
conversions for "Refined products" only. For this SSC-A uses volume
conversion standard "ASTM D 1250-04" table 59/60.
5.11.6.2 Calculation of Transactional Gross Standard Volume
The calculation of the transactional Gross Standard Volume (GSV) is
done incrementally by performing a volume-conversion calculation on
an incremental measured additive stream volume. The volumeconverted values of these incremental additive stream observed
volumes are then summed together, to generate the running
accumulative transactional GSV value.
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5.11.6.3 Setup
Entity
Description
Value range
[Volume conversion mode]
With this entity you can enable/disable
the additive volume conversion.
<Enable>
<Disable> (default)
5.11.6.4 Density data
Entity
Description
Value range
[Observed density]
With this entity you can enable/disable
the additive volume conversion.
default = <0.0> kg/m3
[Density temperature]
With this entity you can enter the
temperature of the lab sample used to
determine the additive product
observed density.
default = <0.0>°C
[Density pressure]
With this entity you can enter the
pressure of the lab sample used to
determine the additive product
observed density.
default = <0> KPa
5.11.7 Alarms
5.11.7.1 Leaking valve
Entity
Description
Value range
[Alarm action]
With this entity you can configure the
alarm behaviour in case this particular
alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Leaking volume limit]
With this entity you can set the
maximum amount of additive volume in
[Leaking timeout period] before a
leaking valve alarm is generated.
If this limit is exceeded, an alarm
occurs depending on [Alarm action].
<1.0> ml ... <9999> ml
(default = <100.00> ml)
[Leaking timeout period]
With this entity you can set the time in
seconds in which the [Leaking volume
limit] is checked.
<1> s ... <99> s
(default = <60> s)
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5.11.7.2 Flush volume
Entity
Description
Value range
[Alarm action]
With this entity you can configure the
alarm behaviour in case this particular
alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Flush volume deviation]
With this entity you can set the
maximum percentage of the [Flush
volume] that is allowed to be lower than
the [Flush volume] without resulting in
an alarm situation (Slow flow alarm).
<0> % ... <100> %
(default = <10> %)
5.11.7.3 No activity
Entity
Description
Value range
[Alarm action]
With this entity you can configure the
alarm behaviour in case this particular
alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[No activity timeout]
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With this entity you can set the time in
seconds in which wild stream pulses
should be received when the device is
permitted. When after this time no wild
stream pulses has been received, an
alarm occurs depending on [Alarm
action].
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(default = <60> s)
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5.11.7.4 No additive
Entity
Description
Value range
[Alarm action]
With this entity you can configure the
alarm behaviour in case this particular
alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[No additive timeout]
With this entity you can set the time in
seconds in which additive stream
pulses should be received when the
solenoid is opened. When after this
time no additive stream pulses has
been received after the configured
[number of retries], an alarm occurs
depending on [Alarm action].
<1> s ... <9> s
(default = <2> s)
5.11.7.5 No pump
Entity
Description
Value range
[Alarm action]
With this entity you can configure the
alarm behaviour in case this particular
alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Pump feedback timeout]
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seconds in which the additive pump
should give feedback to the SSC. If no
pump feedback has been received in
[Pump feedback timeout] an alarm
occurs depending on [Alarm action].
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(default = <15> s)
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5.11.7.6 Deviation
Entity
Description
Value range
[Alarm action]
With this entity you can configure the
alarm behaviour in case this particular
alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Add. volume deviation]
With this entity you can set the
percentage of additive volume that is
accepted without resulting in an alarm
situation. If this percentage is exceeded
an alarm occurs depending on [Alarm
action]. The alarm occurs at the end of
the transaction.
<1> % ... <100> %
(default = <10> %)
[Num. cycles for alarm]
With this entity you can set the number
of additive injection cycles before the
deviation alarm is evaluated.
<1 ... 99>
(default = <5>)
5.11.7.7 Fixed
Entity
Description
Value range
[Control fault]
With this entity you can configure the
[Control fault] alarm behavior in case
this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible,
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Entity
Description
Value range
[Solenoid fault]
With this entity you can configure the
[Solenoid fault] alarm behavior in case
this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Block valve fault]
With this entity you can configure the
[Block valve fault] alarm behavior in
case this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Pulse hardware]
With this entity you can configure the
[Pulse hardware] alarm behavior in
case this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
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Entity
Description
Value range
[Pulse phase]
With this entity you can configure the
[Pulse phase] alarm behavior in case
this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Factored pulse out]
With this entity you can configure the
[Factored pulse out] alarm behaviour in
case this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
[Temperature sensor]
With this entity you can configure the
[Temperature sensor] alarm behaviour
in case this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
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Entity
Description
Value range
[Tank low level]
With this entity you can configure the
[Tank low level] alarm behaviour in
case this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display> (default)
<Display shutdown>
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible,
[Tank empty]
With this entity you can configure the
[Tank empty] alarm behaviour in case
this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible,
[Service due expired]
With this entity you can configure the
[Service due expired] alarm behaviour
in case this particular alarm occurs.
The [Next scheduled service] entity is
configured with the date when the next
service activities should take place for
the SSC-A.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
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Operation - Configuration
Entity
Description
Value range
[Volume correction]
With this entity you can configure the
[Volume correction] alarm behaviour in
case this particular alarm occurs.
<Disabled>
<Display>
<Display shutdown> (default)
<Disabled>:The alarm is ignored.
<Display>:Alarm shown on the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
<Display shutdown>: Alarm shown on
the display.
Alarm-indication output set to ON.
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON.
Running transactions are stopped.
Start-up of new transactions
impossible.
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5.12 Calibration
5.12.1 Why Calibrate?
A flow meter gives a number of pulses per amount of fuel that passes
the meter. The number of pulses per volume unit the meter gives is
called its K-factor. By the manufacturer, this K-factor is exactly specified
per delivered flow meter.
To increase the accuracy of the flow meter, a calibration can be
performed. This is performed by comparing the actual resulting fuel
volume received in a calibrated vessel (see FIGURE 5-14) with the
displayed value on the SSC-A screen, being the result of the value
returned from the flow meter.
SSC-A
highfrequency
pulses
Additive
stream
injection
control valve
(solenoid)
flow
meter
calibrated vessel
FIGURE 5-14
Calibrating the flow meter
F4A10-0029
With these two values, a correction factor can be calculated, which then
is used to (re-)calibrate the flow meter.
This correction factor is called the meter factor.
The resulting injection volume (V) is then:
V = number of pulses / (K-factor * meter factor).
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5.12.2 Calibration Menu Choice
 On the Main Menu screen, select
Calibration menu.
The Calibration screen appears.
 Select either Wizard or the
Manual calibration method (see
second screen).
5.12.3 Manual Calibration
 From the Calibration menu,
select Manual and then select
<OK>.
 Enter meter factor and select
Confirm.
 Select <OK> to accept the meter
factor.
5.12.4 Calibrating Using the Wizard
The built-in calibration wizard makes it easy to (re-)calibrate the flow
meter.
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Perform the following steps through the SSC-A menu to re-calibrate the
flow meter:
 Enter the volume to be injected.
 Measure the actual volume result (calibrated vessel).
 Enter the result.
• New meter factor appears.
 Accept new meter factor
• Flow meter is (re-)calibrated.
The (re-)calibration process is explained in detail below.
WARNING! Do all necessary preparations (calibrated vessel in
place, and so on), before starting the actual calibration!
A sequence of input screens is used to calibrate the additive meter
factor.
 Enter the amount to dispense.
 Enter time delay (seconds) before calibration starts.
 Press start and wait for additive to be dispensed (progress bar
appears).
 Enter the measured volume.
 Confirm the new additive meter factor
 Each calibration is saved in non-volatile memory with date, time, old,
and new values.
 Enter start volume
Enter the volume the SSC-A must
inject for the calibration process.
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 Enter start delay (seconds)
In situations where the user has to
move to another place (for example,
to watch the result), a suitable start
delay can be set.
 Calibration starting...
After you select <OK>, count down of
the delay time starts.
After expiration of the delay time, the
injection process starts.
The screen displays the progress of
the injection process, (a progress bar
appears).
 Enter volume
Enter the actual measured volume
(calibrated vessel).
With the actual value and the value
the SSC-A measured, a new meter
factor is calculated.
 The new meter factor appears.
 Select <Ok> to accept the new
meter factor.
or
 Select <ESC> to reject the new
meter factor.
NOTE: In case <ESC> is selected, the old meter
factor is restored.
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 Calibration process overview
A new calibration record is created
and stored into the system.
An overview of the calibration
process is illustrated in the image.
 Select <OK> to exit to the Main
Menu
5.13 Info (Information of the device)
 The SSC “About” screen displays
important information about the
following:
• FlexConn protocol
• FlexConn build
• Application firmware build
• Device serial number
• Board serial number
• Bootloader firmware version
In the “About” screen, identification information of the following device
components appear.
 Serial number of each FlexConn board.
 Hardware version of each FlexConn board.
 Application firmware version of each FlexConn board.
 Build information of the firmware of each FlexConn board.
 FlexConn stack firmware version of each FlexConn board.
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Operation - Info (Information of the device)
 Build information of the FlexConn stack firmware of each FlexConn
board.
 Select <Device> in the System Info screen and then select <OK>. The
Device Info screen appears.
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 Select <Versions> in the System Info screen and then select <OK>. The
Firmware versions screen appears.
 Select <Board> in the System Info screen and then select <OK>. The
Board Info screen appears.
Select the relevant board, which provides an overview of the
particular board, such as serial number, hardware version, and
software-related version numbers
• Select <HMI> in the Board Info screen and then select <OK>. The
HMI Info screen appears with the following details.
- Board serial #
- HW version
- App. firmware
- App. build
- App. checksum
- Boot firmware
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- FlexConn version
- FlexConn build
• Select <Stream> in the Board Info screen and then select <OK>. The
Stream Info screen appears with the following details.
- Board serial #
- HW version
- App. firmware
- PIC firmware
- App. checksum
- PIC checksum
- App. build
- Boot firmware
- FlexConn version
- FlexConn build
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• Select <Option> in the Board Info screen and then select <OK>. The
Option Info screen appears with the following details.
- Board serial #
- HW version
- App. firmware
- App. build
- App. checksum
- Boot firmware
- FlexConn version
- FlexConn build
5.14 Logs
 The
Logs menu is the user
interface which provides various
logs maintained in non-volatile
memory including the following:
• Transaction logs: Complete
information for each transaction.
• Calibration log: Displays the
sequence of additive meter
factor calibrations over time.
• Alarm log: A chronological list
on the occurence of the alarms
and the type of alarms they
were.
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• Debug log: A list of device events that can be retrieved for fault
finding purposes.
 In the System Logs screen, the following data logs can be viewed.
• All available transaction records.
• All available calibration records.
• All available alarm records.
5.14.1 Transaction Logs
 Select <Transaction> and then select <OK>. The Transaction Log
screen appears.
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 Select <OK> for any specific transaction from the Transaction Log list.
The following Transaction Info appears.
• Load number
• Transaction ID
• Transaction start
• Transaction stop
• Arm name
• Calibration number
• Product name
• Additive name
• ppm
• Load volume
• Critical error
• Non critical error
• Additive vol per inj.
• Additive deviation
• Vol per inj. cycle
• Batch start acc. GOV
• Batch stop acc. GOV
• Batch additive GOV
• Haz. mat. class.
• Bay name
• Site name
• Device type
• Trans. record version
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5.14.2 Calibration Log
 Select <Calibration> in the System Logs screen and then select <OK>.
The Calibration Log screen appears.
 Select <OK> on any one specific calibration log from the Calibration
Log list. The following Calibration Info appears.
• Date
• Time
• Calibration number
• Bay
• Arm
• Preset volume
• Actual volume
• Metered volume
• Difference
• Original meter factor
• New meter factor
• Quad pulse serial #
• RTD serial #
• AI serial #
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5.14.3 Alarm Log
 Select <Alarm> in the System Logs screen and then select <OK>. The
Alarm Log screen appears.
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5.15 Diagnostics
The Diagnostics menu provides the
following features:
 High-level view of the current state
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of all device I/O functions.
Digital inputs/outputs show the
state as “High”/ “Low”.
The values of all output channels
(digital and analog) can be set
explicitly. Outputs can be operated
manually to activate, control, and
test field equipment. This is
extremely useful for commissioning tests.
Internal memory usage overview.
System health overview.
Active alarms overview.
In this screen, the user can view the diagnostics about the following
subjects:
 Dashboard - Overview of all I/O (Dashboard).
 System health - Overview of the system health.
 Active alarms - Overview of all the active alarms.
 Storage info - Overview of the available memory space for data logs
and total number of available logs.
 Accumulated totals - Total volume of the blend stream and wild
stream since last Clear totals command.
 Device tasks
• Reset task - Possibility to reset:
- the complete device
- to the factory default settings
• Comms task - Possibility to simulate the following actions by
Comms.
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Disable permissive
- Enable permissive 1
- Enable permissive 2
- Slow flow enable
- Inject now
- Open solenoid
- Close solenoid
• Clear task:
- clear all alarms
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- clear all totals
- clear wild stream totals only
- clear blend stream totals only
 Advanced diagnostics
• Flow rates
- Additive stream
- Product stream
- Instant additive
5.15.1 Dashboard
The Dashboard displays the state or value of all available I/O blocks in
the SSC-A.
Select each output function to test and activate it.
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Operation - Diagnostics
To change the value from Inactive to Active or vice versa for an output
function (DO, DO-EMR, AO, or PO), select the function and then select
<OK>.
To change the value from Low to High for an input function (DI or PI),
wire a DO to a DI in order to change the DI value from Low to High or
vice versa.
When an output function is activated by the I/O Dashboard, ensure that
the output is not "bound" (I/O binding) to a certain function. In some
situations the firmware takes over the control of that particular output.
To enter the value of AO, perform the following steps.
1. Select <Diagnostics> from the Main Menu.
2. Select Dashboard.
3. Select OPT AO DC function in the Dashboard.
The Diagnostics - OPT AO DC screen appears.
4. Enter the value for AO and then select Backspace or Confirm.
The default value is 4.000.
NOTE: Ensure that you unbind the I/O when forcing the
outputs to avoid unpredictable control errors.
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5.15.2 System Health
 Select <System health> to display the health of the system. The System
health screen appears.
 Select <HMI> to view the details of HMI board.
 Select <STREAM> to view following details of the STREAM board.
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DI DC 1
DI DC 2
DO AC 1
DO AC 2
PO DC 1
PO DC 2
Pulse input
DI AC 1
DO EMR
Blend manager
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• Additive manager
• Module manager
 Select <OPTION> to view following details of the OPTION board.
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DO EMR
DI AC 1
DI AC 2
DI AC 3
DI AC 4
AO DC
RTD
DO AC
DI DC 1
DI DC 2
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5.15.3 Active Alarms
 Select <Active alarms> in the Diagnostics screen to view an overview of
all active alarms.
5.15.4 Storage Info
 Select <Storage info> in the Diagnostics screen to view an overview of
actual stored logs.
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5.15.5 Accumulated Totals
 Select <Accumulated totals> in the Diagnostics screen to view an
overview of accumulated totals.
Transaction Additive volume
0.000 L
Leak volume
0.000 L
Transaction Additive volume
0.000 L
0.000 L
5.15.6 Device Tasks
 Select <Device tasks> in the Diagnostics screen to view the <Device
tasks> submenus.
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 Select <Reset task> in the Device tasks screen to view the options
available to reset the device.
 Select <Comms task> in the Device tasks screen to view the options for
communication tasks.
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 Select <Clear task> in the Device tasks screen to view the options to
clear the task.
5.15.6.1 Alarm Logs
Select <Alarm> in the System Logs screen and then select <OK>. The
Alarm Log screen appears..
5.15.7 Advanced Diagnostics
 Select <Advanced diagnostics> in the Diagnostics screen. The <Advanced
diagnostics> submenu appears.
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 Select <Flow rates> in the Advanced diagnostics screen to view the
options available in it.
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5.16 Transfer
5.16.1 General
In the Transfer menu, various data sets can be transferred between the
SSC-A and the LAD; see screen below.
The data-transfer directions are defined below.
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5.16.2 Retrieving Transaction Records
The SSC-A provides an interface to read transaction records through
FlexConn entities. These entities are used to transfer transactional data
to the Fusion4 Portal through a serial link.
 Select <Transaction records> from the Transfer Main Menu. The
Transfer Transaction Records screen appears.
 Retrieving All Transaction Records
Using the LAD or Fusion4 Portal, all archived transaction records can
be retrieved. The definition of these records extends the definition used
by communication.
Each transaction record includes the following parameters:
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Start date
Start time
Product volume
Blend volume
Alarms
Percent deviation
End time
These parameters are “read only”, that is they cannot be changed by
the user.
For an explanation of all transaction record parameters, see 5.16.3 Additive Transaction Record Explained.
NOTE: The <Retrieve single transaction record> command
cannot be used through Fusion4 Portal. This screen
is only used by copying a transaction record to the
LAD.
NOTE: All transactions are overwritten and the transaction
cannot be retrieved through the Fusion4 Portal or the
LAD. The user must have settled all transactions
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before the oldest one is automatically deleted and
overwritten. Maximum 10.000 un-settled transactions
can reside in the transaction memory of the SSC-A.
5.16.3 Additive Transaction Record Explained
Transaction record parameter
Description
[transaction_record_version]
The version of this transaction record.
[device_type]
The description of the type of Fusion4 device the transaction
record comes from.
[transaction_unique_identifier]
A string that uniquely identifies the transaction from all other
transactions for all Fusion4 devices.
[device_id]
A user specified identifier for the unit.
[calibration_number]
A counter incremented each time flow meter calibration is performed.
[units_of_volume]
The engineering units associated with all volume measurements in this record.
[units_of_additive_volume]
The engineering units associated with all additive volume
measurements in this record.
[site_name]
The name of the site where the transaction happened.
[transaction_start_time]
The time in which the transaction begins (sampled form RTC
entity).
[transaction_start_date]
The date when the transaction begins (sampled from RTC
entity).
[transaction_stop_time]
The time when the transaction ended (sampled from RTC
entity).
[transaction_stop_date]
The date when the transaction ended (sampled from RTC
entity).
[load_number]
An optional number supplied by TAS when the blender is used
with loader.
[critical_transaction_alarm]
An error condition associated with the transaction that breaks
W&M compliance.
[non_critical_transaction_alarm]
An error condition associated with the transaction that does
not break W&M compliance.
[hazardous_material_classification]
A string that describes the hazardous material classification of
the resulting product.
[bay_name]
The name of the bay at which the transaction occurred.
[arm_name]
The name of the arm used to dispense the blended product.
[product_name]
The name of the final product.
[product_symbol]
The API symbol associated with the wild stream product.
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Transaction record parameter
Description
[additive_name]
The name of the additive product.
[transaction_load_volume]
The total wild stream volume moved during the transaction.
[batch_additive_gross_observed_volume]
The total observed volume of additive product dispensed
during the batch.
[batch_start_accumulated_gross_observed_volume]
The gross accumulated volume at the start of the batch.
[batch_stop_accumulated_gross_observed_volume]
The gross accumulated volume at the end of the batch.
[batch_ppm]
The actual calculated parts per million of the additive in the
final product.
[secondary_stream_volume_per_injection_cycle]
The amount of main stream product between injections.
[additive_volume_per_injection]
The amount of injection volume dispensed per injection cycle.
[additive_percent_deviation]
The percentage deviation from the accumulative target additive injection volume.
5.16.3.1 Transaction Alarm Codes
On the Bill of Lading (BOL) document, an alarm message is denoted as
an alarm code. In the following table, these alarm codes are explained.
REMARK: For an overview of all critical and non-critical alarms,
see also CHAPTER 6 - Alarm Handling.
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Description
0
ALARM_NO_ALARM
1
ALARM_GENERAL_FAIL
2
ALARM_POWER_FAILURE
50
HMI_ALARM_NO_COMMUNICATION
51
HMI_ALARM_FATAL_ERROR
52
HMI_ALARM_STREAM_BOARD_FAILURE
53
HMI_ALARM_OPTION_BOARD_FAILURE
54
HMI_ALARM_LICENSE_FAILURE
55
HMI_ALARM_BATCH_PERMISSIVE
56
HMI_ALARM_SERVICE_DUE_REMINDER
100
STREAM_ALARM_CONTROL_FAILURE
101
STREAM_ALARM_NO_ACTIVITY_TIMEOUT
102
STREAM_ALARM_SOLENOID_FAILING
103
STREAM_ALARM_STREAM_START_ERROR
104
STREAM_ALARM_PULSE_PHASE
105
STREAM_ALARM_PULSE_GENERAL
106
STREAM_ALARM_LEAKING_STREAM_VALVE
107
STREAM_ALARM_SLOW_FLOW_VOLUME
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Alarm code
Description
108
STREAM_ALARM_NO_PUMP_SENSE
109
STREAM_ALARM_BLOCK_VALVE_FAILING
110
STREAM_ALARM_FACTORED_PULSE_OUT
111
STREAM_ALARM_NO_HYDRAULIC_PRESSURE
112
STREAM_ALARM_TANK_LOW_LEVEL
113
STREAM_ALARM_TANK_EMPTY
150
STREAM_ALARM_LOW_VOLUME_DEVIATION
151
STREAM_ALARM_HIGH_VOLUME_DEVIATION
152
STREAM_ALARM_NO_ADDITIVE
200
STREAM_ALARM_VCF_ERROR
201
STREAM_ALARM_TEMPERATURE_ERROR
5.16.4 Configurations
 Select <Configurations> from the Transfer Main Menu. The Transfer
Configurations screen appears.
 <Apply configuration> - Select this option to install a configuration
present on the SD card.
 <Retrieve configuration> - Select this option to save the current configuration to the SD card.
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5.16.5 Events / Logs
 Select <Events / Logs> from the Transfer Main Menu. The Transfer
Events / Logs screen appears.
 In the <Events / Logs> submenu, two types of logs can be retrieved
from the SSC-A:
• Debug logs - advanced technology diagnostics.
• Alarm logs - historian of enabled device alarms.
5.16.6 Recipes
 Select <Recipes> from the Transfer Main Menu. The Transfer Recipes
screen appears.
 <Install recipe> - Select this option to install a recipe present on the SD
card.
 <Retrieve recipes> - Select this option to save the current recipes to the
SD card.
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5.16.7 Language Packs
 Select <Language packs> from the Transfer Main Menu. The Transfer
Language Packs screen appears.
5.17 LAD Functions
5.17.1 General
In the LAD Functions menu, various typical LAD functions and activities
can be invoked.
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5.17.2 Firmware Upgrade
NOTE: Remove the old files that are available in this folder
from previous upgrades before updating the files.
Perform the following steps to upgrade the device using the LAD.
1. Replace the following updated firmware files received in the
\Honeywell\SSC-A\Generic\Firmware\ directory.
• FS-HMI-ARM-APP_DSP_.bin
• FS-HMI-FC-APP.mhx
• FS-STREAM-FC-APP.mhx
• FS-OPTION-FC-APP.mhx (Optional)
NOTE: FS-OPTION-FC-APP.mhx file is only required if the
Option card is installed in the device.
2. Plug-in the LAD to the SSC and make sure the SD card is in the LAD
before plugging the LAD.
A green status light on the LAD indicates that the SD card is inserted
correctly and a red status light indicates that the SD card is missing.
NOTE: Update the firmware only when the device is not
being used.
Do not insert or remove the SD card when the LAD is
connected to the device and do not remove the LAD
when an upgrade file is downloading.
Do not perform the update procedure when there is a
chance of a power outage as this can cause
problems and/or make the device unusable.
3. Select <Firmware update> to either update the firmware of the SSC
boards or the LAD firmware itself.
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4. Select <Fusion4 device>. The Transfer Select Item screen appears.
Select the firmware files in the following order to update the files.
1.FS-HMI-ARM-APP_DSP_.bin
• The total time for the firmware update file is 6 minutes approximately.
• After the file is updated, remove and plug the LAD again to reinitialize it. If you do not plug the LAD again, then the device may
not recognize the SD card when the next file is downloaded.
2.FS-HMI-FC-APP.mhx
• The total time for the firmware update file is 3 minutes approximately.
• After the file is updated, remove and plug the LAD again to reinitialize it. If you do not plug the LAD again, then the device may
not recognize the SD card when the next file is downloaded.
3.FS-STREAM-FC-APP.mhx
• The total time for the firmware update file is 9 minutes approximately.
• After the file is updated, acknowledge and reset the alarm by
performing the following steps.
1.Select <Active alarms> from the Diagnostics main menu.
2.Select <Reset Device> to reset the device.
3.FS-OPTION-FC-APP.mhx (if required)
• The total time for the firmware update file is 6 minutes approximately.
• Update the file only if it is available.
Once the firmware updation is successful, a message is displayed
confirming the same.
If one of the following alarms appear, ignore the alarm and re-enable
the device once.
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 "Stream board missing" when updating the stream board firmware.
OR
 "Option board missing" when updating the option board firmware.
NOTE: If the Fusion4 portal is interfaced with the SSC-A
device, make sure that there are no unprocessed
transactions from the portal side before starting the
firmware updation sequence.
5.17.2.1 Verify the Firmware Update
Verify the following to make sure that the files are updated.
1. Select <Versions> from the Info main menu to ensure the latest
version is available in the column App. ver.
2. Verify the parameter settings to check if they are the same as they
were previously in the old firmware.
3. Select <System health> from the Diagnostic main menu. Select one of
the boards and then select <Ok>. The test should display, “Good/No
Error”.
5.17.3 Test LED, Function Key, and LAD Information Submenus
 In the <Test LED> submenu (see screen below), the following diag-
nostics or I/O tests can be visualized on the “Test” LED of the LAD.
• HMI board
• Device manager
• Alarm manager
• Transaction manager
• Batch manager
• HMI module
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LAD
STREAM board
Comms
D1 AC 2
DI DC 1
DI DC 2
DO AC 1
DO AC 2
PO DC 1
PO DC 2
PI
DI AC1
DO EMR
Blend manager
Additive manager
STREAM module
OPTION board
OPT Comms
OPT DO EMR
OPT DI AC 1
OPT DI AC 2
OPT DI AC 3
OPT DI AC 4
OPT AO DC
OPT RTD
OPT DO AC
OPT DI DC 1
OPT DI DC 2
OPTION module
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• OPT AI DC
NOTE: Test LED functions are inactive while retrieving other
records from the LAD.
 In the <Function key> submenu, specific functions can be programmed
to the “F key” of the LAD, in order to achieve a much quicker
operation of the SSC.
 This configuration is saved on the LAD, so changes made to the
function key works with other devices as well.
 Select the <LAD information> submenu which provides the following
relevant LAD information and diagnostics.
• Serial number
• SD card memory
• NVRAM memory
• Voltage
• Temperature
• Hardware version
• Application version
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• Bootloader version
5.17.4 Format SD Card
With this option the SD card of the LAD can be formatted.
CAUTION! All content is erased!
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CHAPTER 6 ALARM HANDLING
6.1 General
Through the SSC menu, various alarm configurations can be set. Also,
the active alarms, transactions alarms, and alarm logs can be
displayed.
6.2 Alarm Output Configuration
 The alarm-indication output can be set with [Alarm indication] I/O
binding.
 The alarm-permissive output can be set with
[Alarm shutdown] I/O binding.
6.3 Alarm Configuration
Each alarm initiates an action, which can be configured.
The following table describes the alarm settings and the effects.
Alarm setting
Effect
Disabled
The alarm is ignored.
Display
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Alarm shown on the display
Alarm-indication output set to ON
Shutdown (default)
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Alarm shown on the display
Alarm-indication output set to ON
Alarm-shutdown output set to ON
Running transactions are stopped
Start-up of new transactions impossible
NOTE: Per alarm, more options can be configured.
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Alarm
Cause
Leaking valve
Device was idle, but within the [leaking timeout period] more
than the [leaking volume limit] was measured.
Flush volume
The SSC was in the slow-flow state (clean-arm function),
and [Flush volume] (wild stream) minus the [Flush volume
deviation] was not measured.
Control failure
This alarm is raised when more than 10 triggers are
available. Also, if the SSC was not correctly configured and
because of this does not have enough time to handle all
inject triggers.
The maximum number of triggers that can be stored into the
buffer is 10.
No activity
The SSC started a new transaction, but after the [no activity
timeout] still no wild stream was detected.
No additive
No additive flow was detected on expiration of the [no
additive timeout] timer.
As soon as the additive solenoid opens, the timer [no
additive timeout] is started.
No pump
The pump did not receive a feedback signal within the
[pump feedback timeout].
Only possible if the I/O binding for pump ON/OFF and pump
indication are configured.
Low deviation
This alarm is generated after a transaction, when the
difference between requested and actual received additive
is too large.
With the entity [Additive volume deviation] the acceptable
deviation can be set.
High deviation
This alarm is generated after a transaction, the difference
between requested and actual received additive is too large.
With the entity [Number of cycles before deviation alarm
evalution] the number of additive injection cycles that are
used to calculate the average of the injection volume for the
deviation calculations can be set.
Pulse phase
Dual pulse input were out of phase.
Only possible if device is configured for quad pulse.
Stream start error
Error during new transaction start-up.
Solenoid fault
When the system is not able to activate or deactivate the
solenoid.
Block valve fault
When the system is not able to activate or deactivate the
block valve.
Pulse hardware fault
This alarm is generated when the pulse input module
detectes the following error conditions.
• Error reading information from the PIC controller
• Pulse overflow errors
• BAD health of pulse input function
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Alarm
Cause
Tank empty alarm
This alarm is generated when the SSC-A receives an active
Tank empty input. However, when the I/O binding is a DI
input, an alarm is generated when the DI is NOT active.
Tank low level
This alarm is generated when the SSC-A receives an active
Tank low level input. However, when the I/O binding is a DI
input, an alarm is generated when the DI is NOT active.
Factored pulse output
alarm
This alarm is generated when the SSC-A (or SSC-B) is not
able to perform the configured output on time.
VCF error
The volume correction calculations detected an error.
Temperature error
The temperature sensor returned an invalid value or the
value exceeds the configured alarm threshold value.
6.5 HMI Alarms
Alarm
Cause
No option board
Option board disappeared.
Only if an option board was detected during start-up.
NOTE: If this alarm appears just after the firmware upgrade
of the option board, ignore the alarm and re-enable the
device.
No stream board
Stream board disappeared.
NOTE: If this alarm appears just after the firmware upgrade
of the option board, ignore the alarm and re-enable the
device.
License key
No license key set.
Determines additive or blending mode.
Batch permissive
SSC was about to start transaction, but during creating of a
transaction record, some error occurred.
Interboard connection
Communication between ARM processor and the HMI
processor failed.
HMI fatal error
Unknown fatal error
6.6 Alarm Logs
Any alarm-state change that occurs is logged with a time stamp.
In the Alarm log screen, all alarm states that have been changed can be
examined.
6.7 Active Alarms
The Active alarms screen displays all active and acknowledged alarms.
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An active alarm can be acknowledged in the Active alarm screen by
selecting this alarm and then select <OK>. The state of the alarm
changes to <ACKNOWLEDGED>, and a new alarm log item is created.
This can also be performed through Comms, by entering the relevant
alarm number into [acknowledge the specified alarm].
It is also possible to reset all alarms with the command <RE-ENABLE>.
This results in all alarms being reset to the state <ALARM_INACTIVE>.
This can also be performed through Comms through [reset all alarms], or
hard-wired. For the latter, the entity [I/O binding alarm reset input] must be
configured accordingly.
6.7.1 Alarm Manager Entities
 By reading the [active alarm bitmask] using the Fusion4 Portal, the active
alarm ID is shown. Each alarm has a unique ID. Combined alarms
are possible as well.
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ID
Alarm message
0x0001
ALARM_GENERAL_FAIL_HMI
0x0002
ALARM_NO_COMMUNICATION
0x0004
ALARM_FATAL_ERROR
0x0008
ALARM_STREAM_BOARD_FAILURE
0x0010
ALARM_OPTION_BOARD_FAILURE
0x0020
ALARM_LICENSE_FAILURE
0x0040
ALARM_BATCH_PERMISSIVE
0X0080
ALARM_SERVICE_DUE_REMINDER
0x0100
STREAM_ALARM_GENERAL_FAIL_STREAM
0x0200
STREAM_ALARM_SOLENOID_FAILING
0x0400
STREAM_ALARM_STREAM_START_ERROR
0x0800
STREAM_ALARM_PULSE_PHASE
0x1000
STREAM_ALARM_PULSE_GENERAL
0x2000
STREAM_ALARM_NO_ACTIVITY_TIMEOUT
0x4000
STREAM_ALARM_CONTROL_FAILURE
0x8000
STREAM_ALARM_LEAKING_STREAM_VALVE
0x10000
STREAM_ALARM_NO_PUMP_SENSE
0x20000
STREAM_ALARM_BLOCK_VALVE_FAILING
0x20000
STREAM_ALARM_NO_ADDITIVE
0x40000
STREAM_ALARM_SLOW_FLOW_VOLUME
0x80000
STREAM_ALARM_LOW_VOLUME_DEVIATION
0x100000
STREAM_ALARM_HIGH_VOLUME_DEVIATION
0x400000
STREAM_ALARM_FACTORED_PULSE_OUT
0x800000
STREAM_ALARM_TANK_LOW_LEVEL
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ID
Alarm message
0x1000000
STREAM_ALARM_TANK_EMPTY
0x2000000
STREAM_ALARM_TEMPERATURE_ERROR
 By reading the [Total numbers of implemented alarms] using the Fusion4
Portal, the number of alarms available are displayed.
 By reading the [Alarm state] using the Fusion4 Portal, the state of all
alarms in the device are displayed.
There are four possibilities:
• <DISABLED>
• <INACTIVE>
• <ACTIVE>
• <ACKNOWLEDGED>
 [Critical] - If an alarm is critical, this field is set.
It is used in transaction record. If an alarm is configured for
shutdown, display = critical. If any other alarm configuration, display
= not critical.
 [Non-critical] - Any other alarm that is non-critical.
Used in transaction record.
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<DISABLED>
via
UI/Comms/
hard-wired
alarm initialize
during start-up
re-enable* device
alarm condition cleared
<ACKNOWLEDGED>
re-enable* device
<INACTIVE>
alarm condition
cleared
via
UI/Comms
ACK (per alarm)
alarm condition
<ACTIVE>
becomes true
* re-enable = clear all alarms
FIGURE 6-1
F4A10-0030
Operational alarm states
6.8 Alarms through Communication
SSC-A alarms - as listed in the table from section 6.7.1 - are used within
the protocols running through the communication channel (Comms).
These values are determined by reading the 4-digit alarm value in the
transaction-record detail for a previously completed transaction.
The entity [alarm_name_alarm_action] defines if the particular alarm is
handled as a “Critical transaction alarm” or a “Non-critical transaction
alarm”.
When configured as “Shutdown”, the particular entity is handled as a
“Critical transaction alarm”.
See the following table.
6-6
ID
Alarm message
0x0001
ALARM_ADDITIVE_CYCLE_VOLUME
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Alarm message
0x0002
ALARM_NO_ADDITIVE
0x0004
ALARM_LEAKING_SOLENOID
0x0008
ALARM_FIRMWARE_FAILURE
0x0010
ALARM_PROGRAM_FAILURE
0x0020
ALARM_NO_ACTIVITY
0x0040
ALARM_FLUSH_VOLUME_ERROR
0x0080
ALARM_VALVE_ERROR
0x0100
ALARM_NO_PUMP
0x0200
ALARM_LICENSE_ERROR
0x0400
ALARM_CONTROL_FAILURE
0x0800
ALARM_POWER_FAILURE
0x1000
ALARM_PULSE_ERROR
0x2000
ALARM_TANK_MONITOR_ERROR
0x4000
ALARM_SERVICE_DUE_REM
0x8000
ALARM_VCF_ERROR
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