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Table Of Contents

About This Guide
How This Guide Is Organized
Related Documents
Abbreviations Used
Safety Overview
Protection Layers
SIS Factors
SIL Factors
Hazard and Risk Analysis
Safety Integrity Levels
Determining a Safety Integrity Level
Example SIL Calculation
Safety Life Cycle Model
Safety Standards
General Safety Standards
DIN V 19250
DIN V VDE 0801
IEC 61508, Parts 1–7
Draft IEC 61511, parts 1–3
Application-Specific Standards
DIN VDE 0116
EN 54, Part 3
NFPA 8501
NFPA 8502
CSA C22.2 NO 199
TÜV Rheinland Certification
General Guidelines
•All safety systems
All Safety Systems
Emergency Shutdown Systems
Burner Management Systems
Fire and Gas Systems
Guidelines for Tricon Controllers
Safety-Critical Modules
Response Time and Scan Time
Disabled Points Alarm
Disabled Output Voter Diagnostic
Download All at Completion of Project
Modbus Master Functions
Sending Node
Receiving Node
SIL3/AK5 Guidelines
Additional Fire and Gas Guidelines
SIL3/AK6 Guidelines
Project Change and Control
Maintenance Overrides
Using Serial Communication
Additional Recommendations
System Architecture
System Diagnostics
Types of Faults
External Faults
Internal Faults
Operating Modes
Analog Output Module Field Alarms
Relay Output Modules
Relay Output Module Alarms
Input/Output Processing
I/O Module Alarms
Main Processor and TriBus
External Communication
•Semaphore flags
Semaphore Flags
System Attributes
Development Guidelines
TriStation Install Check
Important TriStation Commands
•Download Change
Download Change
Upload and Verify
Compare to Last Download
Setting Scan Time
Scan Time
Scan Surplus
Scan Overruns
Sample Safety-Shutdown Programs
All I/O Modules Safety-Critical
Some I/O Modules Safety-Critical
Defining Function Blocks
Partitioned Processes
Alarm Usage
Programming Permitted Alarm
Remote Access Alarm
Data Transfer Time
Examples of Peer-to-Peer Applications
Fast Send to One Triconex Node
Sending Data Every Second to One Node
Controlled Use of TR_USEND/TR_URCV Function Blocks
Using TR_USEND/TR_URCV Function Blocks for Safety-Critical Data
Sending Node #1 Parameters:
Receiving Node #3 Parameters:
TR_CRITICAL_IO Function Block
Instructions for Use
Structured Text
82 TR_SHUTDOWN Function Block
TR_SHUTDOWN Function Block
90 TR_VOTE_MODE Function Block
TR_VOTE_MODE Function Block
96 TR_CRITICAL_IO Function Block
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Safety Considerations Guide Tricon v9 6

Safety Considerations Guide Tricon v9 6

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