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M-series Traditional I/O

The DeltaV I/O subsystem is easy to install and maintain.

Decreases capital equipment costs Decreases installation time and expense Increases productivity Increases process availability

Introduction
Traditional I/O is a modular subsystem that offers flexibility during installation. Its designed to be installed in the field, near your devices. Traditional I/O is equipped with function and field wiring protection keys to ensure that the correct I/O card is always plugged into the corresponding terminal block. Modularity, protection keys, and plug and play capabilities make DeltaV Traditional I/O a smart choice for your process control system.

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Benefits
Decreases capital equipment costs
Full system modularity. The Traditional I/O
subsystem was designed with your investment in mind. All components are fully modular and may be installable 1 under power. You add I/O interface carriers and I/O interfaces in groups of 4, 8, 16, or 32 channels as you need them. The modular design enables you to purchase the exact amount of I/O cards, 8-wide carriers, power/controllers, and 2-wide carriers you need and add more DeltaV I/O as your system grows.

Reduced system footprint. The DeltaV systems


state-of-the-art form factor design of the I/O components enables you to mount the I/O interface carrier in a junction box in the field so you significantly reduce the footprint of your equipment and increase valuable control room space for other uses.

Installation. Save on wiring expenses by installing


Classic Instrumentation in the field, near the actual field devices. Mounting the controller with the I/O further reduces your wiring expenditures by eliminating the need for long runs of multi-cores. The integrated design of the Traditional I/O subsystem can eliminate the need for marshaling panels. This saves you even more in your total capital costs. The provision of in-line fuses and bussed power saves on installation costs compared with external fuses and power distribution.

Traditional I/O terminal block.

Keys. Traditional I/O interfaces and terminal blocks have


I/O function keys. These keys ensure that the correct I/O card is always plugged into the corresponding terminal block. Its incredibly easy to use and gives you time to do more. This design enables you to initially install Traditional I/O quickly and efficiently. When you need to replace an I/O card, the function key design ensures that you will always install it correctly. This keying system provides a safety measure by preventing the wrong I/O interfaces being installed.

Decreases installation time and expense


Plug-and-play installation saves money. All
Traditional I/O components plug into the I/O interface carrier. You can install the I/O interface carriers to manage anticipated growth and postpone the I/O interfaces until youre ready to install your additional field devices.

Phased installation saves time. As soon as you


mount the I/O interface carrier, youre ready to begin installing the field devices. I/O terminal blocks plug directly onto the I/O interface carrier. There is no need to have the I/O cards installed.

Increases productivity
Real-time, online equipment additions. Online
addition of new I/O interfaces means your process does not get interrupted. As new equipment is added, the DeltaV Explorer acknowledges it and assigns it basic configuration.

Increases process availability


1:1 Redundancy for Traditional and HART I/O cards. DeltaV redundant I/O uses the same Series 2 I/O
cards as non-redundant I/O. This allows you to leverage your investment in installed I/O and in I/O spares. No additional configuration is needed when using a redundant channel. The redundant terminal blocks provide the same field wiring connections as simplex blocks, so there is no extra wiring needed.
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Refer to Zone 2 installation instructions (12P2046) and/or Class 1 Division 2 installation instructions (12P1293) for details.

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I/O Cards
A variety of analog and discrete I/O cards are available to meet your specific requirements. The following cards support simplex or redundant installation:

Autosense of redundancy. DeltaV autosenses


redundant I/O, which greatly simplifies the task of adding redundancy to the system. The redundant pair of cards is treated as one card in the system tools.

Automatic Switchover. Should a primary I/O card fail,


the system automatically switches to the "standby" card without user intervention. The operator is given clear notification of a switchover at the operator display

Product Description
The Traditional I/O subsystem includes:
I/O interface carrier (a DIN rail surface mounted) on which all I/O related components are installed. Bulk AC to 24 VDC power supply for field devices. An I/O interface consisting of an I/O card and an I/O terminal block. A variety of analog and discrete I/O cards enclosed in a common form factor that easily plugs into the I/O interface carrier. A variety of I/O terminal blocks mounted on the I/O interface carrier that can be pre-wired before I/O card installation.

AI 4-20 mA HART 8 channels AO-4-20 mA HART 8 channels DI, 24 VDC Dry Contact, 8-channels DO 24 VDC High Side, 8-channels

The following I/O cards are supported in simplex format to meet your field wiring needs.

AI 4-20 mA HART 16 channels AI Isolated, 4 channels RTD, 8-channels Thermocouple, 8- channels Millivolt, 8-channels DI, High Density, 32-channels DI 24 VDC Isolated, 8-channels Multi-Function, 4 channels (Isolated DI) Sequence of Event, 16 channels (DI 24 VDC) DI 120 VAC Low Side Detection, 8-channels DI 120 VAC Isolated , 8-channels DO, High Density, 32-channels DO 24 VDC Isolated, 8-channels DO 120/230 VAC High Side, 8 channels DO 120/230 Isolated, 8 channels

All I/O cards are enclosed in a common form factor that plugs into the I/O interface carrier. The housing is clearly labeled with the enclosed I/O card type. All cards have power and internal error indicators. Eight channel cards have clearly visible channel status LEDs. All cards meet ISA G3 corrosion specifications by the careful selection of superior electronic components and the use of conformal coating. Pulse Counters are available on most DI cards. The supported maximum frequency varies from 0.1 Hz on AC signals to 75 or 120 Hz on 24 VDC inputs. For higher pulse counts up to 50 KHz, use the Multi-Function cards high speed pulse input. DeltaV provides control module level time stamping for log events and alarms. For greater event resolution the 16 channel Sequence of Events DI card can provide signal driven events to a resolution of +/- 0.25 ms per card, or within 1 ms per controller. Please refer to the Sequence of Events PDS for more information on Sequence of Event data collection and system options for this feature.

A Traditional I/O card easily plugs into an I/O carrier

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Hardware Alerts automatically report hardware integrity errors for both the primary and secondary cards. Any event that causes a switchover is also reported automatically through the system hardware alerts and is logged in the Event Chronicle. Events that can cause a switchover include.

I/O Card Redundancy


Redundant I/O cards are available for critical applications. The same card can be used in simplex or redundant applications. When installed on a two-wide redundant terminal block, the cards are recognized as a redundant pair by the controller. The controller scans each card and determines which card is acting as the active interface. When a fault is detected, the system automatically switches to the standby I/O card. DeltaV Control modules reference simplex and redundant I/O channels identically and there is no special configuration required to take advantage of redundancy. Switchover of a redundant I/O card is completed within two scans of the I/O bus. Make-before-break contacts ensure digital field instruments remain powered and the process is undisturbed. Analog output signals are briefly driven by both cards for < 5 ms during switchover of the card.

Hardware failure within the active card. Communications failure between the active card and the controller. Removal of the active card from the carrier. Detection of a fault in the field wiring

A switchover may also be initiated from the diagnostics explorer, and the health and status of both cards and their channels are available in the diagnostics explorer. The system automatically commissions a new standby card. In safe areas, failed cards can be replaced under power. In hazardous areas, appropriate installation procedures must be followed.

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Hardware Specifications
Common Environmental Specifications for all I/O Interfaces Category Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative humidity Specifications: -40 to 70 C (-40 to 158 F) -40 to 85 C (-40 to 185 F) 5 to 95% , non-condensing ISA-S71.04-1985 Airborne Contaminants Class G3 Conformal coating IP 20, NEMA 12 ATEX 3 G IIC T4 Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 10 g -sine wave for 11 ms 1 mm peak-to-peak from 5 to 16 Hz; 0.5 g from 16 to 150 Hz H 10.7 cm (4.2 in.) W 4.1 cm (1.6 in.) Depth 10.5 cm (4.1 in.)

Airborne contaminants

Protection rating Hazardous area/location* Shock Vibration

Dimensions

*Refer to Zone 2 installation instructions (12P2046) and/or Class 1 Division 2 installation instructions (12P1293) for information on installing in hazardous areas.

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Analog Input I/O Cards


Specifications for HART AI-Card, 8 channel, 4 to 20 mA Number of channels Isolation Nominal signal range (span) Full signal range LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Accuracy over temperature range Resolution Repeatability Roll off frequency Calibration Optional fuse Field wiring 8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 4 to 20 mA 1 to 22.5 mA, with over range checking 120 mA typical, 150 mA maximum 300 mA maximum at 24 VDC (+10%) 0.1% of span 16 bits 0.05% of span -3 dB at 2.7 Hz; -20.5 dB at the sampling frequency None required 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 2 2-wirenon-incendive 4-wirenon-arcing 2-wire ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nL 4-wire ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nA

Non-incendive field circuits are designed such that under normal operating conditions energy is limited.

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Specifications for HART AI-Card 16 Channel, 4 to 20 mA

Number of channels Isolation Nominal signal range (span) Full signal range LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per Card Field circuit power per Card Accuracy over temperature range Resolution Repeatability Roll off frequency Calibration Communications support

16 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 4 to 20 mA 2 to 22 mA, with over range checking 85 mA typical, 150 mA maximum 600 mA maximum at 24 VDC 0.2% of span 16 bits 0.05% of span -3 dB at 2.7 Hz; -20.5 dB at the sampling frequency None required HART pass-through request/response HART variable reporting Field device status reporting 600 800 ms (typical) per enabled channel

Hart Scan Time

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Specifications for RTD Input Card, 8 channel

RTD channels per card Sensor types Sensor Configuration Full Scale signal range Accuracy Repeatability A/D Resolution Calibration Units Sensor excitation current Common mode rejection Common mode impedance Roll off Frequency LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) Open sensor detection time Open mV Lead detection time

8 2 wire, 3 wire, or 4 wire Resistance, Pt100, Pt200, Pt500, Ni120, Cu10, user defined See Table next page See Table next page 0.05% of span 16 bit None required Degrees C, Degrees F 100 A 120 dB at 50/60 Hz > 10 megohms -3db at 3 Hz, -25 db at 30 Hz 160 mA 1 second 15 second

RTD, ohms Sensor Type Specifications Sensor Type Resistance Pt100 Pt200 Pt500 Ni120 Cu10 User defined Full Scale 0 to 2,000 -200 to 850C -200 to 850C -200 to 850C -70 to 300C -30 to 140C 0 to 1000 Operating Range 0 to 2,000 -200 to 850C -200 to 850C -200 to 850C 70 to 300C -30 to 140C 0 to 1000 25 Reference Temperature Drift Resolution Accuracy 6.2 0.5 C 0.5 C 3.5 C 0.2 C 2.0 C 0.4 0.112 /C 0.018 C/C 0.012 C/C 0.063 C/C 0.006 C/C 0.157 C/C 0.009 /C ~0.02 ~0.05 C ~0.05 C ~0.18 C ~0.02 C ~0.23 C ~0.05

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Specifications for Thermocouple/mV Input Card, 8 channel

Channels per card Sensor types Thermocouple mV Sensor Ranges Repeatability A/D Resolution Calibration Units Cold junction compensation (Not available on mV channels) Isolation

8 B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, uncharacterized Low level voltage source See table next page 0.05% of span 16 bit None required Degrees C Degrees F Local: Integrally mounted in terminal block External: Configure one channel as external cold junction compensation for remaining inputs Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. Channels 1, 2, 3, and 4 are isolated from channels 5, 6, 7, and 8 (verified by 1500 VDC factory test). Thermocouples attached to channels 1, 2, 3, and 4 are not electrically isolated and should be within + 0.7 VDC of each other. Thermocouples attached to channels 5, 6, 7, and 8 are not electrically isolated and should be within + 0.7 VDC of each other. 120 dB at DC/50/60 Hz > 10 megohms 60 dB at 60 Hz -3 dB at 3 Hz, -25 dB at 30 Hz 100 dB at 50/60 Hz, -200 dB at the sample frequency -25 dB at 50/60 Hz, -20 dB at the sample frequency 210 mA Yes (< 70 nA) 10 second

Common mode rejection Common mode impedance Normal mode rejection Roll off frequency Thermocouple mV LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) Open sensor detection Open sensor detection time

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Thermocouple Sensor Type Specifications

Sensor Type

Full Scale

Operating Range

25 Reference Accuracy 0.1 mV

Temperature Drift

Resolution

Uncharacterized -100 to 100 mV (no linearization, no cold junction compensation.) B E J K N R S T 250 to 1810 C -200 to 1000 C -210 to 1200 C -270 to 1372 C -270 to 1300 C -50 to 1768 C -50 to 1768 C -270 to 400 C

-100 to 100 mV

0.002 mV/ C

~ 0.003mV

500 to 1810 C -200 to 1000 C -190 to 1200 C -200 to 1372 C -190 to 1300 C -50 to 1768 C -40 to 1768 C -200 to 400 C

2.4 C 0.6 C 0.8 C 0.5 C 1.0 C 2.1 C 2.2 C 0.7 C

0.056 C/ C 0.008 C/ C 0.011 C/ C 0.016 C/ C 0.007 C/ C 0.013 C/ C 0.067 C/ C 0.001 C/ C

~ 0.18 C ~ 0.07 C ~ 0.05 C ~ 0.18 C ~ 0.10 C ~ 0.14 C ~ 0.24 C ~ 0.04 C

mV Sensor Type Specifications Sensor Type Full Scale Operating Range -100 to 100 mV 25 Reference Accuracy 0.1 mV Temperature Drift 0.002 mV/ C Resolution

Low-level voltage source

-100 to 100 mV

~ 0.003 mV

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Specifications for Isolated Input Card,4 channel
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Number of channels Isolation CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.1010.1-92


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4 Installation Cat II, Pollution degree 2 Channel to system - 600 VAC double insulation. Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 5000 VDC. Channel to channel - 600 V basic insulation. Each channel is optically isolated from each other and factory tested to 3100 VDC. Channel to system - 3700 V RMS Channel to channel - 2200 V RMS 16 bit 2.7 Hz 120 dB 10 Megaohms B, E, J, K, N, R, S, T, Uncharacterized PT100, PT200, Ni120, Cu10, Resistance, user-defined Refer to following tables. Independently configurable -40 to 70C None required Assigned slot of I/O carrier 12 VDC, 350 mA, no field power required

Dielectric strength ADC Resolution -3dB Filter Frequency DC/50/60 Hz Common Mode Rejection Input Impedance Thermocouple Sensor Types RTD Sensor Types mV and V ranges Input type mix Ambient temperature Calibration Mounting LocalBus power rating

Isolated Input Card, Thermocouple and MilliVolt Input Specifications


Item Linearization error Cold Junction Compensation Accuracy Cold Junction Compensation types Cold Junction Compensation range Temperature scale Open circuit detection (Thermocouple only) Detection time Specification 0.003% full scale 1.0C Off, local, remote -40 to 85C ITS90 0.4 A DC 1 second

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DeltaV version 7.3 is required for this card. Warning: When hazardous live voltages are present on a channel, adjacent channel wiring must be inaccessible.

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Isolated Input Thermocouple Sensor Type Specifications

Sensor Types B E J K N R S T

25C Reference Accuracy 1.2 C 0.5 C 0.6 C 0.5 C 1.0 C 1.7 C 1.8 C 0.7 C

Temperature Drift Nominal Resolution 0.116 C/ C 0.004 C/ C 0.005 C/ C .013 C/ C .015 C/ C .083 C/ C .095 C/ C .025 C/ C .0003 mV/ C 0.09 C 0.05 C 0.06 C 0.05 C 0.05 C 0.06 C 0.08 C 0.04 C .0031 mV

Full Scale 250 to 1810 C -200 to 1000 C -210 to 1200 C -270 to 1372 C -270 to 1300 C -50 to 1768 C -50 to 1768 C -270 to 400 C -100 to 100 mV

Operating Range 500 to 1810 C -200 to 1000 C -190 to 1200 C -140 to 1372 C -190 to 1300 C 0 to 1768 C 0 to 1768 C -200 to 400 C -100 to 100 mV

Uncharacterized 0.05 mV no linearization or CJC

Isolated Input Millivolt Input Range Specifications Sensor Type 20 mV 50 mV 100 mV Input Ranges 20 mV 50 mV 100 mV 25 C Reference Accuracy 0.02 mV 0.03 mV 0.05 mV Temperature Drift 0.001 mV/C 0.0005 mV/C 0.0003 mV/C Maximum Resolution 0.0008 mV 0.0017 mV 0.0031 mV

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Isolated Input Card, RTD, ohms Input Specifications


Item Measurement configurations Excitation current Temperature scale Open sensor detection time Short circuit detection time Pt 100 and Pt 200 alpha Specification 2, 3, and 4 wire 100 A DC ITS90 1 second 1 second 0.00385

Isolated Input Card, RTD, ohms Input Range Specifications


Sensor Type Pt100 Pt200 Ni120 Cu10 Resistance User defined 25C Reference Accuracy 0.5 C 0.5 C 0.2 C 2.0 C 0.5 ohms 0.4 ohms Temperature Drift 0.018 C/C 0.012 C/C 0.006 C/C 0.076 C/C 0.018 ohms/C 0.009 ohms/C Resolution 0.05 C 0.05 C 0.02 C 0.23 C 0.02 ohms ~0.05 ohms Sensor Input Range -200 to 850 C -200 to 850 C -70 to 300 C -30 to 140 C 1 to 1000 ohm 0 to 1000 ohms

Isolated Input Card, Voltage Input Range Specifications


Sensor Type 0-5V 0 - 10 V 1-5V 1V 5V 10 V Sensor Range 0-5V 0 - 10 V 1-5V +/- 1 V +/- 5 V 10 V 25C Reference Accuracy 0.005 V 0.010 V 0.0005 V 0.0025 V 0.005 V 0.010 V Temperature Drift 0.0002 V C 0.0004 V C 0.0002 V C 0.0002 V C 0.0002 V C 0.0004 V C Maximum Resolution 0.00009 V 0.00016 V 0.00009 V 0.00015 V 0.00017 V 0.0003 V

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Analog Output I/O Cards


Specifications for HART AO Card, 8 channel, 4 to 20 mA Number of channels Isolation Nominal signal range (span) Full signal range LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Accuracy over temperature range Resolution Output compliance Calibration Optional fuse Field wiring 8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 4 to 20 mA 1 to 23 mA 100 mA typical, 150 mA maximum 300 mA maximum @ 24 VDC (+/-10%) 0.25% of span 12 bits 20 mA at 21.6 VDC supply into 700 load Information stored on card. 2.0 A Class I, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D T4 non-incendive ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nL

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Discrete Input I/O Cards


Specifications for DI Card, 8 channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact Number of channels Isolation Detection level for On Detection level for Off Output Impedance LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Optional fuse Field wiring 8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 2.2 mA 1 mA 5 K (approximate) 75 mA typical, 100 mA maximum 40 mA at 24 VDC 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 non-incendive ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nL

Specifications for DI Card, 8 channel, 24 VDC, Isolated Number of channels Isolation Detection level for On Detection level for Off Input impedance LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Optional fuse Field wiring 8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and from each other and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 10 VDC 5 VDC 5 mA at 24 V 75 mA typical, 100 mA maximum None 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 non-arcing ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nA

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Specifications for DI Card, 32 channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact

Number of channels Isolation Detection level for On Detection level for Off Input impedance LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Return Terminal block Field wiring

32 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 2 mA 0.25 mA 5K ohm (approximate) 50 mA typical, 75 mA maximum 150 mA at 24 VDC Uses common return 32-screw termination block Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 non-arcing 6 ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nA
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Specifications for DI Card, 8 channel, 120 VAC, Isolated Number of channels Isolation Detection level for On Detection level for Off Input load (contact cleaning) Input Impedance LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Optional fuse Field wiring 8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system at 250 VAC and from other channels at 250 VAC. 84 to 130 VAC 0 to 34 VAC 2 mA at 120 VAC 60 K 75 mA typical, 100 mA maximum None 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2, IIC T4 non-arcing

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Non-arcing field circuits are designed so that ignition does not occur during normal operation. Non-sparking circuits (-nA) are designed to minimize the risk of occurrence of arcs, sparks, or hot spots capable of creating ignition hazards during normal operation. Normal operation excludes the removal or insertion of field wiring with circuits energized.

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Specifications for DI Card, 8 channel, 120 VAC, Dry Contact

Number of channels Isolation Detection level for On Detection level for Off Output Impedance LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Optional fuse Field wiring

8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system at 250 VAC 1.4 mA 0.56 mA 60 K 75 mA typical, 100 mA maximum 15 mA at 120 VAC 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2 IIC T4 non-arcing

Specifications for PCI Card, 4 channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact Number of channels Detection level for ON (min.) Detection level for OFF (max.) Input impedance Input accuracy Resolution Minimum pulse width Maximum input voltage Resolution counter Input frequency Wetting Voltage LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) Field circuit power per card Isolation Hazardous areas/location Field wiring 4 >4.8 VDC (>5 mA) <1.0 VDC (< 1 mA) 25 mA at 24 VDC (960 Ohms) 0.1% reading (over 0.1 Hz to 50 kHz) +/- 1 pulse 10 S 24 VDC +20% 32 BITS Sine wave 10 Hz to 50kHz Square wave 0.1 Hz to 50 kHz 24 VDC 150 mA maximum 25 mA at 24 VDC (1 A resettable fuse) Each channel is optically isolated from the system at 250 VAC and from other channels at 100 VAC. ATEX: II 3G EEx nL IIC T4 FM: Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D; Haz. Loc.; T4 ATEX: II 3G EEx nL IIC T4 FM: Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D; Haz. Loc.; T4

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Specifications for SOE Card, 16 channel, 24 VDC, Dry Contact Number of channels Detection level for On Detection level for Off Input impedance Wetting Voltage Channel Scan Rate Time Stamp Accuracy (for SOE enabled channels only)7 LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) Field circuit power per card Isolation Hazardous areas/location Field wiring 16 2 mA 0.25 mA 5K ohm (approximate) 24 VDC 0.25 msec for all 16 channels 0.25 msec from same card 1 msec from same controller 75 mA typical, 100 mA maximum 75 mA at 24 VDC Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. ATEX: II 3G EEx nL IIC T4 FM: Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D; Haz. Loc.; T4 ATEX: II 3G EEx nL IIC T4 FM: Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D; Haz. Loc.; T4

Refer to Sequence of Event Product Data Sheet for more information on System capabilities and Sequence of Event data collection.

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Discrete Output I/O Cards


Specifications for DO Card, 8 channel, 24 VDC, Isolated Number of channels Isolation Output range Output rating Off state leakage LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Configurable Channel Types: Discrete output Momentary output Continuous pulse output Field wiring 8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and from each other and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 2 VDC to 60 VDC 1.0 A 1.2 mA maximum 100 mA typical, 150 mA maximum None Output Output stays in last state submitted by the controller. Output is active for a pre-configured time period (100 ms to 100 s). Output is active as a percentage of a pre-configured base time period (100 ms to 100 s). Resolution = 5 ms Class I, Div 2 Groups A, B, C, D, T4 non-arcing ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nA

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Specifications for DO Card, 8 channel, 24 VDC, High Side

Number of channels Isolation Output range Output rating Off state leakage LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Configurable channel types: Discrete output Momentary output Continuous pulse output Optional fuse Field wiring

8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 2 VDC to 60 VDC 1.0 A continuous per channel; 3.0 A maximum per I/O Interface 1.2 mA maximum 100 mA typical, 150 mA maximum 3.0 A at 24 VDC per I/O Interface Output Output stays in last state submitted by the controller. Output is active for a pre-configured time period (100 ms to 100 s). Output is active as a percentage of a pre-configured base time period (100 ms to 100 s). Resolution = 5 ms 2.0 A Class I, Div 2 Groups A, B, C, D, T4 non-arcing ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nA

Specifications for DO Card, 32 channel, 24 VDC, High Side Number of channels Isolation Output range Output rating Off-state leakage LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Return Terminal block Field wiring 32 Each channel is optically isolated from the system and factory tested to 1500 VDC. 24 VDC 10% 100 mA per channel 0.1 mA maximum 100 mA typical, 150 mA maximum 3.2 A at 24 VDC per I/O interface Uses common return 32-screw termination block Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4 non-arcing ATEX 3 G IIC T4 -nA

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Specifications for DO Card, 8 channel, 120/230 VAC, Isolated

Number of channels Isolation Output range Output rating

8 Each channel is optically isolated from system at 250 VAC and from other channels at 250 VAC 20 to 250 VAC 1.0 A continuous per channel; 2.0 A maximum per card up to 60 C (140 F) 3.0 A maximum per card up to 50 C (122 F) 2 mA maximum at 120 VAC 4 mA maximum at 230 VAC 100 mA typical,150 mA maximum None Output Output stays in last state submitted by the controller. Output is active for a pre-configured time period (100 ms to 100 s). Output is active as a percentage of a pre-configured base time period (100 ms to 100 s). Resolution = 5 ms 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2 IIC T4 non-arcing

Off state leakage LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Configurable channel types: Discrete output Momentary output Continuous pulse output Optional fuse Field wiring

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Specifications for DO Card, 8 channel, 120/230 VAC, High Side
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Number of channels Isolation Output range Output rating

8 Each channel is optically isolated from the system at 250 VAC 20 to 250 VAC 1.0 A continuous per channel; 2.0 A maximum per card up to 60 C (140 F) 3.0 A maximum per card up to 50 C (122 F) 2 mA maximum at 120 VAC 4 mA maximum at 230 VAC 100 mA typical, 150 mA maximum 3.0 A at 120 VAC or 230 VAC Output Output stays in last state submitted by the controller Output is active for a pre-configured time period (100 ms to 100 s). Output is active as a percentage of a pre-configured base time period (100 ms to 100 s). Resolution = 5 ms 2.0 A Class 1, Div 2 IIC T4 non-arcing

Off state leakage LocalBus current (12 VDC nominal) per card Field circuit power per card Configurable channel types: Discrete output Momentary output Continuous pulse output Optional fuse Field wiring

High-side means the output signal is switched on the positive leg. Switching on the positive leg avoids current in field wiring when there is no output signal.

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There are 8 different I/O terminal blocks available to meet the wiring needs of field signals.

I/O Terminal Blocks


A variety of I/O terminal blocks are available to meet specific functionality and environmental requirements of the installation. The I/O interface is a combination of the I/O card and the I/O terminal block. Each I/O interface is uniquely keyed so that once installed in a carrier slot with a terminal block, that terminal block will only accept a replacement card.

8-Channel Terminal Block Fused 8-Channel Terminal Block AI 8-Channel Terminal Block AI 16-channel Terminal Block Discrete 32-Channel Terminal Block Isolated Input Terminal Block RTD/Resistance Terminal Block Thermocouple Terminal Block

The following redundant I/O terminal blocks are available on some I/O interfaces, allowing a pair of cards to be installed as a redundant pair.

Redundant AI 8-Channel Terminal Block Redundant AO 8-Channel Terminal Block Redundant Discrete 8-Channel Terminal Block

8 channel standard Terminal block The keying mechanism consists of two keying posts that rotate and lock into the terminal block base. Each post has 6 positions: A-F and 1-6. Each card is assigned a unique key which is marked on the side of the I/O card:

The table on the following page lists the compatible terminal blocks for each card, along with the cards unique key positions. The first terminal block listed is the recommended terminal block. In addition to standard signal wiring, some cards may also be ordered with Mass Terminal blocks that allow these cards to be connected to a third party wiring solution, mounted in an adjacent cabinet in order to meet special signal conditioning or for optimizing field wiring solutions. Please refer to the Alliance Program website for details on rd approved 3 party products.

16-pin Mass Terminal Block 24-pin Mass Terminal Block 40-pin Mass Terminal Block

Terminal Block keying example The keys prevent installation of an incorrect card, and the graphical information on the card makes it easy to determine if a keyed slot will accept a particular card.

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I/O Card Keying A1 Traditional I/O Terminal Blocks I/O Terminal Block Fused I/O Terminal Block 4-wire I/O terminal Block AI 16-Channel Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Cold Junction Compensated (CJC) Termination Block Resistant Temperature Device (RTD) Termination Block Isolated Input Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block 32-Channel Terminal Block 32-Channel Terminal Block 32-Channel Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block 32-Channel Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block I/O Terminal Block Fused Terminal Block Mass Terminal Blocks 16-pin Mass Terminal Block (2-wire connection) 24-pin Mass Terminal Block (supports 2 and 4 wire devices) NA 16-pin Mass Termination Block NA

Traditional I/O and terminal block compatibility:


I/O Card AI, 8-channel, 420 mA, HART

AI, 16-channel, 4-20 mA HART (Simplex mode) AO, 8-channel,420 mA, HART Thermocouple, mV

A2 A4 C1

RTD, 8-channel Isolated Input Card DI, 8-channel, 24 VDC, dry contact DI, 8-channel, 24 VDC, Isolated DI, 32-channel, 24 VDC dry contact PCI, 4-channel SOE, 16-channel,24 VDC DO, 8-channel, 24 VDC, High Side DO, 8-channel, 24 VDC, isolated DO, 32-channel, 24 VDC high-side DI, 8-channel, 120 VAC, dry contact DI, 8-channel, 120 VAC, isolated DO, 8-channel, 120 VAC/ 230 VAC, high side DO, 8-channel, 120 VAC/ 230 VAC, isolated

C3 C2 B1 B2 B3 C6 C5 B6 B5 B4 E1 E4 F1 F4

NA NA 16-pin Mass Termination Block 16-pin Mass Termination Block 40-pin Mass Termination Block NA 40-pin Mass Termination Block 10-pin Mass Termination Block 16-pin Mass Termination Block 16-pin Mass Termination Block 40-pin Mass Termination Block NA NA NA NA

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System Compatibility

M-series Traditional I/O cards are not physically compatible with S-series controller carriers

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Ordering Information
Analog Input Cards and Termination Blocks Description 8 Channels 4-20 mA, HART Standard I/O Termination Block Redundant Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block 4-wire I/O Termination Block 16-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block 24-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block 16 Channels 4-20 mA, HART Standard I/O Termination Block 8 Channels Thermocouple,mV Standard I/O Termination Block Cold Junction Compensated (CJC) Termination Block Analog Input Card: 8 Channels RTD Resistant Temperature Device (RTD) Termination Block Isolated Input Card Isolated Input terminal Block VE4003S7B1 VE4003S6B1 VE4003S4B1 VE4003S5B1 VE4003S2B6 VE4003S2B1 VE4033S2B1 VE4003S2B2 VE4003S2B3 VE4003S2B4 VE4003S2B5 Model Number

Analog Output Cards and Termination Blocks Description Analog Output Card: 8 Channels 4-20 mA, HART Standard I/O Termination Block Redundant Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block 16-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block VE4005S2B1 VE4035S2B1 VE4005S2B2 VE4005S2B3 Model Number

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Discrete Input Cards and Termination Blocks Description Model Number

Discrete Input Card: 8 Channels, 24Vdc, Isolated Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block 16-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block Discrete Input Card: 8 Channels, 24Vdc, Dry Contact Standard I/O Termination Block Redundant Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block 16-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block Discrete Input Card: 32 Channels, 24 Vdc, Dry Contact Standard Termination Block 40-pin Mass Termination Block Discrete Input Card: 8 Channels, 120Vac, Isolated Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block Discrete Input Card: 8 Channels, 120Vac, Dry Contact Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block Pulse Count Input Card: 4-Channels, 24 Vdc, Dry Contact Discrete 32 Channel Terminal Block Sequence of Event Input Card: 16 Channels, 24 Vdc Dry Contact Discrete 32-Channel Terminal Block 40-pin Mass Terminal Block VE4001S5T2B4 VE4001S5T2B5 VE4015 VE4001S3T2B1 VE4001S3T2B2 VE4001S3T1B1 VE4001S3T1B2 VE4001S2T2B4 VE4001S2T2B5 VE4001S2T2B1 VE4031S2T2B1 VE4001S2T2B2 VE4001S2T2B3 VE4001S2T1B1 VE4001S2T1B2 VE4001S2T1B3

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Discrete Output Cards and Termination Blocks Description Model Number

Discrete Output Card: 8 Channels 24Vdc, Isolated Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block 16-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block Discrete Output Card: 8 Channels 24Vdc, High Side Standard I/O Termination Block Redundant Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block 16-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block 10-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block Discrete Output Card, 32 Channels, 24Vdc, High Side Standard I/O Termination Block 40-Pin Mass I/O Termination Block Discrete Output Card: 8 Channels 115/230Vac, Isolated Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block Discrete Output Card: 8 Channels 115/230Vac, High Side Standard I/O Termination Block Fused I/O Termination Block VE4002S2T2B1 VE4002S2T2B2 VE4002S2T1B1 VE4002S2T1B2 VE4002S1T2B5 VE4002S1T2B6 VE4002S1T2B1 VE4032S1T2B1 VE4002S1T2B2 VE4002S1T2B3 VE4002S1T2B4 VE4002S1T1B1 VE4002S1T1B2 VE4002S1T1B3

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DeltaV Workstation Hardware

The DeltaVOperator Workstations are available in both Windows 7/Server 2008 or Windows XP/Server 2003 Operating Systems to support multiple versions of DeltaV Systems

Pre-installed Operating System software for ease of deployment Available with Microsoft XP, Windows 7, Server 2003 and Server 2008 O/S. Easy control network installation all network cards pre-installed and ready to plug and play Choice of client and server workstation hardware to optimize your cost/performance Choices for tower and rack-mount computers including RAID drive options Supports single, dual and quad monitors

Introduction
DeltaV software runs on a limited variety of Dell Intelbased computers. Available using workstation hardware with single, dual or quad monitors or using server hardware with a single monitor, the selection of DeltaV workstation hardware provides the performance you need to engineer your control strategy and operate your process. DeltaV workstations run on a specific set of preselected Dell computer hardware specifically chosen to provide the best cost performance solution

for your DeltaV system. We provide you with a guaranteed solution to deliver the performance required. We have pre-tested DeltaV with both the hardware configuration and the operating system configuration so you can be sure that DeltaV will always operate correctly. You will never be bothered with incompatible drivers, bad or overwritten DLLs, or substandard hardware. You will not waste time in novalue system setup engineering and troubleshooting. Instead, you can focus on your process control functions.

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Benefits
Pre-installed software. When ordered through a DeltaV system integrator who can pre-load the correct DeltaV software version, the pre-loaded workstation, monitor, keyboard, and mouse are delivered ready to plug and play in your DeltaV system. This is hasslefree hardware delivery. No third-party interfaces, compatibility problems, nor software versions to worry you. A trouble-free system is guaranteed. Easy control network installation. The workstation ships from the factory with the appropriate DeltaV control network cards preinstalledno cases to open or network drivers to set up. Just plug a control network segment into the workstation and the other end into the DeltaV control area network (CAN), and youve just set up a new DeltaV network node. Choose between PCs and servers to optimize your cost/performance. Some systems are served well with PC workstations. But when larger systems demand higher levels of performance, the servers provide exactly what you need. Flexible options. Match our options with your requirements for towers, servers, dual monitors and RAID storage. We provide recommendations, but the choice is yours. Either way, the operating system is pre-loaded and ready to roll. Lots of memory. All computers come with sufficient memory to handle DeltaV applications. Secure data and fast recovery from hard drive failures. Workstations with RAID1 drives provide higher availability and fast recovery from failures. Servers in RAID 10 configurations maximize data protection and help enhance the performance of the server. Crystal clear video. DeltaV software works at 1024 x 768, 1280x1024 or 1680x1050 [wide screen] pixel resolution (DeltaV v10.3 and later only). [Please see monitors section for details]. You can increase your viewing space with dual monitors or quad monitors. [servers do not support wide screen] Alarm Annunciation. Audible alarms use the onboard sound cards included on the motherboards of all operator workstations. (Sound is not available on server-class computers.) Legendary support. Emerson Process Management consistently receives top honors in service from our customers (ref.: Control magazine January 1998 to January 2009). This service is extended with a variety of optional support plans. When you subscribe to one of these plans, you are supplied with an external modem. This modem enables the factory to perform remote diagnostics on your workstation should the need arise.

Product Description
The workstation hardware described in this document is subject to improvements at any time. It is the policy of Emerson Process Management to ship workstation hardware that is current with industry standards. We want you to enjoy the benefits of the increasing performance and decreasing costs inherent with using state-of-the-art, off-the-shelf equipment as much as possible. DeltaV performs testing to help eliminate the risks associated with new platforms, and we continue to focus on measures that extend the life of installed hardware.

Communications redundancy. The DeltaV


system is solid, secure, and safe. The DeltaV control network is fully redundant, and the workstations are equipped to take advantage of this redundancy.

System Backups- The internally installed backup


unit (server tower only) make backups a breeze. It is standard with the server. All workstations now come with a DVD-RW drive.

Monitor Options- Choose standard or widescreen


flat panel monitors to display your process graphics. Choose dual or quad monitors for maximum viewing area.

Workstation Hardware
Plenty of horsepower. All workstations use state-ofthe-art processors well suited to provide the performance required for DeltaV software.

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Monitor Specifications
Due to potential incompatibilities between the supported video cards and other monitors we are not able provide product support if monitors other than those specified below are used The DeltaV system supports the Dell Professional P2210 22-inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor with a 16:10 aspect ratio in a 1680x1050 resolution in DeltaV 10.3 or newer systems. [DeltaV does not support 16:9 aspect ratio monitors] Wide screen monitors are supported on all DeltaV Workstations except server class computers. Server class computers only support 4:3 aspect ratio monitors. A wide screen monitor can be used on a server but will only display in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Wide screen monitors must be connected to the computer prior to making wide screen resolution selections. The DeltaV system also supports the Dell 20" 2007FP (4:3 aspect ratio) on workstations and servers. We also support the following NEC monitors: VE2801 - NEC MultiSync LCD2090UXi-BK 20 in Black Flat Panel LCD Monitor VE2802 - NEC MultiSync LCD2090UXi-BK 20 in Black Flat Panel LCD Monitor with Capacitive Touch. (Please see the Touchscreen product data sheet for details on touch screen technology. Wide screen touch screen currently not available from Emerson.) Monitor physical appearances change periodically and without notice from monitor suppliers. We cannot guarantee that physically compatible monitors will be available at all times. If you require that any spare or replacement monitors be physically compatible with installed monitors, then spare or replacement monitors must all be ordered at the same time the initial workstation is ordered.

Specifications Common to all Computers


(applies to all computers with exceptions noted under computer specifications) Except as noted in the specific computer section all computers are compatible only with DeltaV v7.4.2, or newer systems. There are no new computers available to support 7.1-7.4.1 DeltaV systems Please refer to the Emerson Process Management Product Support Guidelines for complete details on available DeltaV Workstation hardware and software support. Consult our local Emerson support office or Representative or visit us at www.SureService.com). All computers must be installed in a dust-free, contaminant-free environment. These computers are not suitable for mounting in industrial environments unless they are mounted in enclosures that provide the necessary dust-free and contaminant-free environment. Environment must meet Class G1 level for airborne contaminants per the ISA standard ISA71.041985, Environmental Conditions for Process Measurement and Control Systems: Airborne Contaminants. It is the responsibility of the user to insure their environment is compatible with G1. Due to compliance to RoHS requirements newer computers may not survive in the same environment as older models. If there is any chance of sulfur in the environment computers must be protected in environmental enclosures or relocated to a sulfur free environment. Temperature: Operating 10 to 35C (50 to 95F) Storage 40 to 65C (40 to 149F) Relative humidity: 20% to 80% (non-condensing) Altitude : Operating 15.2 to 3048 m (50 to 10,000 ft.), Storage 15.2 to 10,668 m (50 to 35,000 ft.) Computer Restore Image: All computers come with an operating system restore image DVD for fast recovery of the O/S when restoring a computer. Operating Systems install disks are not provided. Unless specifically listed in the individual computer specifications floppy Drives are no longer included with computers. Files can be transferred using portable USB media rather than floppy drives. If a floppy drive is required a USB floppy drive can be supplied locally.

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Important Note on Ordering Numbers


In order to support the multiple operating systems used for DeltaV Workstations a new set of ordering numbers have been added to the pricebook. To allow us to ship both XP and Windows 7 and Server 2003 and Server 2008 operating systems based computers an additional set of ordering numbers the SE numbers have been added to the pricebook.

The SE numbered computers are identical to the VE numbered computers with the exception that the SE computers come with Windows 7 or Server 2008 image DVDs and the VE computers come with XP or Server 2003 image DVDs.
Currently both VE and SE based computers ship with either XP Professional or Server 2008 Standard installed (unless otherwise noted in the product information). The Windows 7 and Server 2008 image restore DVD is used to provide easy installation of these operating systems on the SE based computers. (We are working to have all of the SE based computers shipped with Windows 7 or Server 2008 pre-installed from Dell in the next few months) For DeltaV v11.3/v11.3.1 based systems please order the SE based order numbered computers. For other DeltaV versions please order the VE based order numbered computers.

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DeltaV Workstation Hardware

VE2544 or SE2501 DeltaV Operator Workstation single monitor [based on Dell 780 desktop computer] Desktop chassis 3 Network Interface Ports, 1 onboard plus two add-in NICs Single Intel Core2 Duo processor Memory: 2.0GB Drives: 250GB or larger DVD-ROM/CDRW combo drive On-board integrated audio On-board integrated video, Intel GMA4500 (single-monitor only) Speakers PS2 Serial port adapter with dongle for second PS/2 port USB Optical mouse (2 button w/scroll) USB Local country keyboard Local power cord option VE2544 includes Windows 7 license (downgraded to XP) and an XP image DVD. Windows XP Professional operating system with SP2 comes pre-installed. The VE2544 version should be ordered for use with XP versions of DeltaV. For non-English versions the Windows XP Professional MUI Installation DVD must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. You must specify the L05 nonEnglish option when ordering the VE based computer for non-English versions. A SE2501MxxL01 version includes Windows 7 Professional license and a Windows 7 image DVD. This computer comes with XP operating system installed and the Windows 7 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Windows 7 for v11.3 use. The SE2501 version should be ordered only for use with Windows 7 versions of DeltaV. A SE2501MxxL05 version ships with Windows 7 installed and includes a Windows 7 image DVD and the language MUI DVD required to install a local non-English version of DeltaV. The L05 version can be used for an English install of DeltaV and the MUI is then not installed. You can order the L05 version to support both English and non-English versions of DeltaV. CHASSIS DIMENSIONS: Height 39.75 cm (15.65 inches), Width 11.7 cm (4.6 inches), Depth 36.2 cm (14.3 inches) Weight 9.1 kg (19.8 lb.) Maximum vibration: Operating 0.25 G at 3 to 200 Hz at 0.5 octave/min, Storage 0.5 G at 3 to 200 Hz at 1 octave/min Maximum shock: Operating Bottom half-sine pulse with a change in velocity of 50.8 cm/sec (20 inches/sec), Storage 27-G faired square wave with a velocity change of 508 cm/sec (200 inches/sec)

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VE2537 or SE2503 DeltaV Rack Mount WorkstationSingle and Dual Monitor workstation [based on Dell R5400]
The rack mounted workstation is only supported on DeltaV v9.3 and newer versions 3 network interface ports CPU: Single Intel Quad Core processor Memory: 2GB, Drives: One 160GB or greater hard-drive CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive On-board integrated audio Video: Dells OEM version of the ATI FirePro V3750 dual DVI or DP graphics card (dual-monitor capable) [VE2537 does not support quad monitors] Speakers: Dell two-piece stereo speakers USB Optical mouse (2 button w/scroll), Local USB country keyboard, local power cord option Rack Rails: Rack chassis with Sliding/Versa Rails and Cable Management Arm Remote Access: Host card for FX100 remote access device installed

VE2537 includes Windows 7 license (downgraded to XP) and an XP image DVD. Windows XP Professional operating system with SP2 comes pre-installed. The VE2537 version should be ordered for use with XP versions of DeltaV. . For non-English versions the Windows XP Professional MUI Installation DVD must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. Specify the L05 non-English option when ordering the VE based computer for non-English versions. SE2503MxxL01 includes Windows 7 license and a Windows 7 image DVD. This computer comes with XP operating system installed and the Windows 7 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Windows 7 for v11.3 use. The SE2503 version should be ordered only for use with Windows 7 versions of DeltaV. SE2503MxxL05 ships with Window 7 installed and include a Windows 7 image DVD and the language MUI DVD required to install a local non-English version of DeltaV. The L05 version can be used for an English install of DeltaV and the MUI is then not installed. You can order the L05 version to support both English and non-English versions of DeltaV. Chassis: 2U rack mount Height: 3.40 in (8.656cm) Width: 16.78 in (42.62cm) Depth: With front bezel 28.84 in (73.25cm) Weight: With front bezel 45.97 lb. (20.85 kg) Power supply: 750W 80% plus efficiency Maximum heat dissipation for 750W power supply: 2559 BTU/hr Maximum vibration (using a random-vibration spectrum that simulates user environment) Operating: 5 to 350Hz at 0.0002G/Hz Storage: 5 to 500Hz at 0.001 to 0.01G/Hz -

Maximum shock Operating: 40G +/- 5% with pulse duration of 2msec +/- 10% (equivalent to 20in/sec [51cm/sec]) Storage: 105G +/- 5% with pulse duration of 2msec +/- 10% (equivalent to 50in/sec [127cm/sec]) The Rack Mount workstation is supported only in a rack mount installation using the FX100 KVM solution or the GECMA Challenger Emerson approved remote KVM solution. The VE2537 includes the FX100 and does not have to be ordered separately (The R5400 is not currently orderable without the FX100 included). The VE2537 is not supported using locally connected monitors and mice/keyboards or other non-Emerson approved KVM extender solutions. At this time there is no supported method to have a local in the rack monitor/mouse/keyboard connection to the VE2537 or SE2503. All user interfacing is done from the remote user station.

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VE2537 or SE2503 DeltaV Rack Mount WorkstationSingle and Dual Monitor workstation [based on Dell R5400]
The rack mounted workstation is only supported on DeltaV v9.3 and newer versions

Specifications for the FX100 Remote Access Devices


One FX100 Remote Access Device Chassis size: Height 9.13 (232 mm), Width 3.7 (94mm), Length 6.85 (174 mm) Kensington Lock port

Environmental
Air Flow: Natural convection top down with side vents unit must be mounted vertically BTU/hr: At nominal 15W AC power operation ~52 BTU At full 25W AC power operation ~85 BTU Sound Level (db): 0 db fanless with no moving parts The FX100 has

Power Consumption
12v DC, 30 watts or less, Current at 115V: 150mA (nominal) 10W (0.8A) DC nominal using a 36W AC/DC adapter Current at 200V: 75mA (nominal) 2.5mm inside diameter and 6.5mm outside diameter 1 DC-in jack External power adapter with worldwide autosensing 100-240v VAC, 50/60 Hz support.

dual video outputs and will support DeltaV Dual Monitor workstations

The VE2537 and SE2503 come complete with all components below (except network cable)

Installation Note: If the rack mounted workstation is installed within 100m of the monitor/mouse/keyboard, then using dedicated point to point Ethernet-wired connections between the PC and FX100 is required.. If distance is longer than 100m, then dedicated point to point fiber connections using media converters are required to extend length. The use of patch panels as part of the wiring between the PC and FX100 is strongly discouraged due to possible network issues introduced using these devices. Dedicated wiring runs a strongly recommended for FX100 connections. We only support dedicated point to point connections from the PC to the FX100 device. If a switched network solution will be used between multiple workstations and remote FX100 devices, then Ethernet network planning and design will be required for a successful implementation. Consult Emerson Process Management SureService to obtain a quotation for assistance with this network planning.

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SE2505 DeltaV Rack Mount Quad Monitor workstation [based on Dell R5400]
The quad monitor rack mounted workstation is only supported on DeltaV v11.3 and newer versions 3 network interface ports CPU: Single Intel Quad Core processor Memory: 2GB, Drives: One 250GB or greater hard-drive CD-RW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive On-board integrated audio Video: Qty 2 -- Dells OEM version of the ATI FirePro V3750 card, dual DVI or DisplayPort graphics card (quad-monitor capable) (NoteEnabling the use of more than 2 monitors requires the use of a DeltaV 4 monitor license). The video card provides one DVI and 2- DisplayPort outputs. 2 DisplayPort to DVI adaptors are included to create dual DVI outputs. There are no VGA ports available on the video card. There are also 2 DVI to VGA adaptors included. If more VGA outputs are required a DisplayPort to VGA adaptor must be purchased locally. Each video card supports up to 2 monitors - either 2 DisplayPort outputs or one DisplayPort and one DVI port. (note that 4 monitors can be supported using 2 VGA outputs and 2 DVI outputs) (Dell provides a DisplayPort to VGA adaptor Dell Part# A2463638). KVMs must be purchased separately from the KVM solutions provided in the Alliance program. The SE2505 does not support an FX100 type of KVM solution. There is no approved networked KVM solution available for the SE2505 at this time. Speakers: Dell two-piece stereo speakers USB Optical mouse (2 button w/scroll), Local USB country keyboard, local power cord option Rack Rails: Rack chassis with Sliding/Versa Rails and Cable Management Arm A SE2505MxxL01 ships with Windows 7 installed and a Windows 7 image DVD for system recovery purposes. A SE2505MxxL05 ships with Window 7 installed and a Windows 7 image DVD and the language MUI DVD required to install a local non-English version of DeltaV. Chassis: 2U rack mount Height: 3.40 in (8.656cm) Width: 16.78 in (42.62cm) Depth: With front bezel 28.84 in (73.25cm) Weight: With front bezel 45.97 lb. (20.85 kg) Power supply: 750W 80% plus efficiency Maximum heat dissipation for 750W power supply: 2559 BTU/hr Maximum vibration (using a random-vibration spectrum that simulates user environment) Operating: 5 to 350Hz at 0.0002G/Hz Storage: 5 to 500Hz at 0.001 to 0.01G/Hz -

Maximum shock Operating: 40G +/- 5% with pulse duration of 2msec +/- 10% (equivalent to 20in/sec [51cm/sec]) Storage: 105G +/- 5% with pulse duration of 2msec +/- 10% (equivalent to 50in/sec [127cm/sec])

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VE2539 or SE2504DeltaV Dual-Monitor Workstation [based on Dell T3500 workstation]


CPU: Intel Dual Core processor Memory: 3GB Drives: 2 - 160GB or greater hard-drives installed in a RAID 1 configuration. (At this time Dell does not provide an application capable of monitoring and alerting on the status of the SATA RAID array. Monitoring of the drive status must be done by periodic review of the Windows Event Log for messages that indicate one of the RAID drives has failed). DVD+/-RW Drive On-board integrated audio Video: Dells OEM version of the ATI FirePro V3750 card, dual DVI or DisplayPort graphics card (dual-monitor capable) Video card provides one DVI and 2- DisplayPort outputs. A DisplayPort to DVI adaptor is included to create dual DVI outputs. There are no VGA ports available on the video card. There is 1 DVI to VGA adaptor included. If more VGA outputs are required a DisplayPort to VGA adaptor must be purchased locally. Video card supports up to 2 monitors - either 2 DisplayPort outputs or one DisplayPort and one DVI port. (Dell provides a DisplayPort to VGA adaptor Dell Part# A2463638) 3 Network Interface Ports Speakers: Dell two-piece stereo speakers USB Optical mouse (2 button w/scroll) Local USB country keyboard Local power cord option VE2539 includes Windows 7 license (downgraded to XP) and an XP image DVD. Windows XP Professional operating system with SP2 comes pre-installed. The VE2544 version should be ordered for use with XP versions of DeltaV. For nonEnglish versions the Windows XP Professional MUI Installation DVD must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. You must specify the L05 non-English option when ordering the VE based computer for nonEnglish versions. A SE2504MxxL01 version includes Windows 7 Professional license and a Windows 7 image DVD. This computer comes with XP operating system installed and the Windows 7 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Windows 7 for v11.3 use. The SE2504 should be ordered only for use with Windows 7 versions of DeltaV. A SE2504MxxL05 version ships with Windows 7 installed and includes a Windows 7 image DVD and the language MUI DVD required to install a local non-English version of DeltaV. The L05 version can be used for an English install of DeltaV and the MUI is then not installed. You can order the L05 version to support both English and non-English versions of DeltaV. Chassis: Convertible Mini-tower (H x W x D): 17.6" x 6.8" x 18.4" (H x W x D): 44.7cm x 17.1cm x 46.8cm Weight: 39 lb. (17.7 kg)

Power525-watt power supply


Maximum vibration: Operating 0.25 G at 3 to 200 Hz at 0.5 octave/min, Storage 0.5 G at 3 to 200 Hz at 1 octave/min Maximum shock: Operating Bottom half-sine pulse with a change in velocity of 50.8 cm/sec (20 inches/sec), Storage 27G faired square wave with a velocity change of 508 cm/sec (200 inches/sec)
NOTE: Dual monitor workstations can be upgraded in the field to a quad monitor workstation by purchasing a second dual monitor video card exactly the same as the original dual monitor card and purchase a quad monitor license from Emerson. If there has been a video card change and the original card is no longer available upgrading will require purchasing 2 video cards and installing a new video driver to upgrade to quad monitors. If new video cards are required please consult Emerson Process Management for information to insure you obtain the supported video cards and drivers.

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DeltaV Workstation Hardware

VE2541 or SE2502DeltaV Quad Monitor Workstation [based on Dell T3500 workstation]


3 Network Interface Ports Intel Dual Core processor Memory: 3GB (if used as a ProfessionalPlus this unit requires 4 Gig of memory which must be ordered separately and installed in the field. Drives: 2 - 160GB or greater hard-drives installed in a RAID 1 configuration. (At this time Dell does not provide an application capable of monitoring and alerting on the status of the SATA RAID array. Monitoring of the drive status must be done by periodic review of the Windows Event Log for messages that indicate one of the RAID drives has failed). DVD+/--RW On-board integrated audio Video: Qty 2 -- Dells OEM version of the ATI FirePro V3750 card, dual DVI or DisplayPort graphics card (quad-monitor capable) (NoteEnabling the use of more than 2 monitors requires the use of a DeltaV 4 monitor license). The video card provides one DVI and 2- DisplayPort outputs. 2 DisplayPort to DVI adaptors are included to create dual DVI outputs. There are no VGA ports available on the video card. There are also 2 DVI to VGA adaptors included. If more VGA outputs are required a DisplayPort to VGA adaptor must be purchased locally. Each video card supports up to 2 monitors - either 2 DisplayPort outputs or one DisplayPort and one DVI port. (note that 4 monitors can be supported using 2 VGA outputs and 2 DVI outputs) (Dell provides a DisplayPort to VGA adaptor Dell Part# A2463638). KVMs must be purchased separately from the solutions provided in the Alliance program. Speakers: stereo speakers USB Optical mouse (2 button w/scroll) Local USB country keyboard Local power cord option VE2541 includes Windows 7 license (downgraded to XP) and an XP image DVD. Windows XP Professional operating system with SP2 comes pre-installed. The VE2544 version should be ordered for use with XP versions of DeltaV. For nonEnglish versions the Windows XP Professional MUI Installation DVD must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. You must specify the L05 non-English option when ordering the VE based computer for nonEnglish versions. A SE2502MxxL01 version includes Windows 7 Professional license and a Windows 7 image DVD. This computer comes with XP operating system installed and the Windows 7 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Windows 7 for v11.3 use. The SE2502 should be ordered only for use with Windows 7 versions of DeltaV. A SE2502MxxL05 version ships with Windows 7 installed and includes a Windows 7 image DVD and the language MUI DVD required to install a local non-English version of DeltaV. The L05 version can be used for an English install of DeltaV and the MUI is then not installed. You can order the L05 version to support both English and non-English versions of DeltaV. Chassis: Convertible Mini-tower (H x W x D): 17.6" x 6.8" x 18.4" (H x W x D): 44.7cm x 17.1cm x 46.8cm Weight: 39 lb. (17.7 kg) Power525-watt power supply

See the single monitor workstation specifications for environmental requirements.

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VE2545 or SE2402 DeltaV server based workstation [based on Dell T310 server] (This workstation is compatible with DeltaV v7.4.2, v8.4.1 and newer)
Four Ethernet ports Single Quad Core Intel Xeon Integrated VGA Controller Memory: 4GB Drives: Two 146GB setup in a RAID 1 configuration Backup: RD1000 Internal SATA drive bay - Media: 160GB removable hard disk (optional) DVD-RW drive USB Optical mouse (2 button w/scroll), Local USB country keyboard, Local power cord option VE2545 includes Windows Server 2008 license (downgraded to Server 2003) and a Server 2003 image DVD. Windows Server 2003 operating system with SP1 comes pre-installed. The VE2545 version should be ordered for use with Server 2003 versions of DeltaV. Includes 10 server CAL Licenses. SE2402 includes Windows Server 2008 license and a Server 2008 image DVD. This computer comes with the Server 2003 operating system installed and the Server 2008 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Server 2008 for v11.3 use. The SE2402 version should be ordered for use with Server 2008 versions of DeltaV. Includes 10 server CAL licenses. The Server 2003 MUI Installation DVD (only required for language localized DeltaV systems) must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. Specify the L05 non-English option when ordering the VE based computer (Language support not available on the SE based workstations) Form Factor: Tower chassis only. Dimensions (with stand and metal bezel): 17.94" (45.57 cm) H X 8.27" (21 cm) W X 24.01" (61 cm) D 56.01 lbs. (25.4 Kg) Simplex power supply (490W) Environmental Specifications: Vibration: Operating: 0.26G at 5Hz to 350Hz for 2 minutes, Storage: 1.54Grms Random Vibration at 10Hz to 250Hz for 15 minutes Shock: Operating: 1 shock pulse of 41G for up to 2ms, Storage: 6 shock pulses of 71G for up to 2ms Servers do not support wide screen monitor resolutions, multi-monitors or sound cards (no speakers provided with servers)

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VE2543 or SE2403 DeltaV server based WorkstationGeneral Specifications [based on Dell T610 server] (This workstation is compatible with DeltaV v7.4.2, v8.4.1 and newer)
Integrated graphics controller Hot-pluggable drive backplane Redundant, hot-pluggable power supplies 4 Ethernet ports 2 on motherboard and 2 on an add-in dual-port NIC 6 USB ports on back panel DVD-R/W drive RD1000 backup storage unit and removable 80GB cartridge USB mouse (2 button w/ scroll) Local USB country keyboard and Local power cord option VE2543 includes Windows Server 2008 license (downgraded to Server 2003) and a Server 2003 image DVD. Windows Server 2003 operating system with SP1 comes pre-installed. The VE2543 version should be ordered for use with Server 2003 versions of DeltaV. Includes 10 server CAL Licenses. SE2403 includes Windows Server 2008 license and a Server 2008 image DVD. This computer comes with the Server 2003 operating system installed and the Server 2008 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Server 2008 for v11.3 use. The SE2403 version should be ordered for use with Server 2008 versions of DeltaV. Includes 10 server CAL licenses. The Server 2003 MUI Installation DVD (only required for language localized DeltaV systems) must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. Specify the L05 non-English option when ordering the VE based computer (Language support not available on the SE based workstations) OS License Certification Label Tower dimensions (without bezel): 18.85" (47.89cm) H w/feet x 8.92" (22.66cm) W x 26.55" (67.43cm) D; (including LCD panel). Tower weight 49.9 kg (110 lb.), maximum configuration Vibration: Operating: 0.26G at 5Hz to 350Hz for 2 minutes , Storage: 1.54Grms Random Vibration at 10Hz to 250Hz for 15 minutes Shock: Operating Shock: 1 shock pulse of 41G for up to 2ms, Storage: 6 shock pulses of 71G for up to 2ms Note: Servers do not have PS/2 ports or parallel ports. Requires the use of a USB dongle. Servers do not support wide screen monitor resolutions, multi-monitors or sound cards (no speakers provided with servers)

VE2543C1 or SE2403C1-Tower Chassis Single Xeon Quad Core CPU Server


Drives: Two 146GB or greater SAS hard-drives one unformatted Single CPU - Quad Core Intel Xeon

Memory: 4GB VE2543C2 or SE2403C2- Tower Chassis Dual Xeon Quad Core CPU Server
Drives: Six 146GB or greater SAS hard-drives in RAID 10 Array Two CPUs - Quad Core Intel Xeon

Memory: 4GB

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VE2542 or SE2401- Rack-mount Xeon Quad Core CPU Server General Specifications [based on Dell R710 server] (This workstation is compatible with DeltaV v7.4.2, v8.4.1 and newer)
2U Rack-mountable chassis with sliding ready rails and cable management arm 4 GB Memory 4 Ethernet ports all on the motherboard [no add-in NIC cards] 4 USB ports 2 back panel and 2 on front panel Integrated graphics controller Hot-pluggable drive backplane Redundant, hot-pluggable 870W power supplies VE2542 includes Windows Server 2008 license (downgraded to Server 2003) and a Server 2003 image DVD. Windows Server 2003 operating system with SP1 comes pre-installed. The VE2542 version should be ordered for use with Server 2003 versions of DeltaV. Includes 10 server CAL Licenses. SE2401 includes Windows Server 2008 license and a Server 2008 image DVD. This computer comes with the Server 2003 operating system installed and the Server 2008 image restore DVD must be used to upgrade the workstation to Server 2008 for v11.3 use. The SE2401 version should be ordered for use with Server 2008 versions of DeltaV. Includes 10 server CAL licenses. The Server 2003 MUI Installation DVD (only required for language localized DeltaV systems) must be specially requested from Emerson and is not included with the computer. Specify the L05 non-English option when ordering the VE based computer (Language support not available on the SE based workstations) DVD+/- R/W drive USB mouse (2 button w/ scroll) Local USB country keyboard Local power cord option Rack Server Dimensions 29.31" (74.4cm) D x 17.5" (44.43cm) W x 3.4" (8.64cm) H with bezel attached Rack Server Weight 50.71 lbs. (23 Kg), maximum configuration Note: Servers do not have PS/2 ports or parallel ports. Will require the use of a USB DeltaV dongle. Environmental Vibration: Operating: 0.26G at 5Hz to 350Hz for 2 minutes, Storage: 1.54Grms Random Vibration at 10Hz to 250Hz for 15 minutes Shock: Operating: 1 shock pulse of 41G for up to 2ms, Storage: 6 shock pulses of 71G for up to 2ms Servers do not support wide screen monitors resolutions, multi-monitors, sound cards (no speakers provided with servers)

VE2542C1 or SE2401C1- Rack mount Single Xeon Quad Core CPU Server
Two SAS hard-drives, 146GB or greater one unformatted

Single CPU -Quad Core Intel Xeon VE2542C2 or SE2401C2 - Rack-mount Dual Xeon Quad Core CPU Server
Six SAS hard-drives 146 GB (or greater) drives in RAID 10 Array.

Two CPUs- Quad Core Intel Xeon

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A note about workstation network connections on computers used as operator workstations: The VE2544, VE2539 and VE3541 have three network interface connections (NIC) included in the default hardware configuration. Two are used to connect to the DeltaV primary and secondary control networks. The additional NIC is included as a convenience (so it does not have to be field installed) for use in connecting to an external printer network or other closed, self-contained network if desired. For cyber security reasons on a computer that is used as an operator workstation we recommend that the third NIC should not be used to connect this workstation to a plant or Enterprise LAN. External network connections should be maintained on as few DeltaV workstations as possible and only Application or ProfessionalPlus workstations should be used for making connections to an external network.

Use of KVM (Keyboard, Video and Mouse) extenders and switches on DeltaV Workstations Only the specific KVM products listed in the Alliance program data sheet are supported with DeltaV. If you have customer requirements for a KVM extender or switch that cannot be met by these KVM solutions you must submit an engineering request for a supported solution. Please note the video card information on the workstation computers listed below as the video outputs of the cards have changed and special adaptors must be used [that may not be supplied] or new KVM equipment may have to be obtained to use these computers in existing systems where KVMs are installed. Specifically these computers no longer have VGA outputs and the use of VGA adaptors may not be supported by existing KVM devices

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Computer Support for Windows 7 and Server 2008 to Upgrade to DeltaV v11
The following table lists the computers that are supported by Emerson for upgrading to Windows 7 or Server 2008 that can be used as part of an upgrade to DeltaV v11.3. Please see the whitepaper DeltaV v11 Supported Computers for more details

Computers supported in Upgrades to v11 using Windows 7 and Server 2008 Windows 7 Computers
OptiPlex 755, 760 and 780 Precision T3400, T3500 and R5400 All computers purchased prior to December 15,2009 will be required to purchase a Windows 7 license from Emerson as part of the upgrade. Check Dell Service tag information to verify which operating system shipped with the computer. Server 2008 Computers T300 and T310 Server [these servers are licensed for Server 2008] PE2800/2850, PE2900/2950, and PE2900/2950III Servers [only PE2900/2950III servers VE2535 and VE2536 are licensed for Server 2008]. T610 and R710 Servers [these servers are all licensed for Server 2008] All servers purchased prior to September 2008 will be required to purchase a Server 2008 license from Emerson as part of the upgrade. Check Dell Service tag information on Dell website to verify which operating system was shipped on the server. To support the above computers we can provide images to install Windows 7 or Server 2008 on existing computers that shipped from Dell with a Windows 7 or Server 2008 license but downgraded to XP or Server 2003. These can be ordered from Emerson using the model numbers listed below. These images do not contain licenses for Windows 7 or Server 2008 and cannot be used to upgrade existing computers with XP or Server 2003 licenses to Windows 7 or Server 2008. There is a nominal charge for these images. It is only necessary to order one image per type of computer. You do not have to order an image for every computer. Images may be copied for backup purposes and provided to customers.

Model number KL1101X1-AA1 KL1101X1-AA2 KL1101X1-AA3 KL1101X1-AB1 KL1101X1-AB2 KL1101X1-AB3

Description Windows 7 Image DVD used to Re-image VE2544-series Dell OptiPlex 780 from XP to Windows 7 Pro Operating System Windows 7 Image DVD used to Re-image VE2539-series Dell Precision T3500 from XP to Windows 7 Pro Operating System Windows 7 Image DVD used to Re-image VE2537-series Dell Precision R5400 from XP to Windows 7 Pro Operating System Server 2008 Image DVD used to Re-image VE2542-series Dell PowerEdge R710 from Server 2003 to Server 2008 Operating System Server 2008 Image DVD used to Re-image VE2543-series Dell PowerEdge T610 from Server 2003 to Server 2008 Operating System Server 2008 Image DVD used to Re-image VE2545-series Dell PowerEdge T310 from Server 2003 to Server 2008 Operating System

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Ordering Information
Ordering numbers (VE and SE numbers) are listed in the sections above. These specifications are subject to change without notice. We guarantee that the computers sold for use with the DeltaV system will provide performance and storage space needed to support DeltaV solutions. We do not guarantee that the hardware specifications of the computers will remain unchanged during the sales life of a specific DeltaV VE number. Note: The DeltaV system is supported only on the specific Dell computer configurations specified in this document and sold from our pricebook. The DeltaV system is not supported on other Dell computers or computer configurations or on non-Dell computers unless specifically noted otherwise. Any use of non-supported computers will affect our ability to provide technical support and will involve additional costs for technical support. To order the computers in this document with specifications different than those listed requires a customer special configuration to be quoted by Emerson. Changing computer specification requires testing the new configuration for compatibility with DeltaV software.

Note about modifying DeltaV Workstation Hardware configurations


DeltaV workstations are delivered with sufficient memory, hard drives and network interface cards and other hardware to support all DeltaV applications. No additional hardware changes are required to support DeltaV applications and standard installations. As such we do not support the field installation of additional memory, additional hard drives, added NIC cards or other field implemented hardware modifications without consultation with Emerson. Failure to consult with Emerson on any hardware modifications may result in poor DeltaV performance and make it difficult to provide technical support for those workstations that have been modified.

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M-series MX Controller

M-series MX Controller

The DeltaV MX Controller and the DeltaV I/O subsystem make rapid installation easy.

Right-sized controllers Easy to use Has the flexibility to meet your needs Designed to support legacy migration

Introduction
The MX Controller provides communication and control between the field devices and the other nodes on the control network. Control strategies and system configurations created on earlier DeltaV systems can be used with this powerful controller. The MX Controller provides all the features and functions of the MD Plus Controller, with twice the capacity. The control languages executed in the controllers are described in the Control Software Suite product data sheet.

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M-series MX Controller
Data protection. All online changes made to control
parameters are automatically stored for later upload into the engineering database. This way, the system always retains a complete record of all the data that has been changed online.

Benefits
Right-sized controllers
The MX controller complements the existing MD/MD Plus controllers by providing a larger-capacity controller for those applications that need more control capacity:

Cold restart. This feature provides automatic restart of


the controller in case of a power failure. The restart is completely autonomous because the entire control strategy is stored in NVM RAM of the controller for this purpose. Simply set the restart state of the controller to current conditions.

2X the control capacity 2X user-configurable memory 2X the DST count

Late changes. You can easily upgrade an MD/MD Plus


controller to an MX to handle project scope changes late in the project. The MX installs in the same footprint as the MD/MD Plus Controllers but delivers twice the performance. Simply replace the MD/MD Plus with the MX and all existing configuration, documentation and hardware design remain the same forgiving.

Redundant architecture. The MX controller supports


1:1 redundancy for increased availability. Existing MD/MD Plus controllers can be upgraded online robust!

Increases productivity
Self-addressing. The DeltaV controller is unique in its
ability to automatically identify itself to the DeltaV control network. When the controller is powered up, it is automatically assigned a unique addressno dip switches, no configuringjust plug and play!

Self-locating. A controllers physical location is easy to


find. LEDs on the face of the controller can be made to flash, providing a strong visual clue. The MX Controller Note: Use an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to prevent any disruption of control on critical processes.

Automatic I/O detection. The controller can identify all


I/O interface channels located on the subsystem. As soon as an I/O interface is plugged in, the controller knows the general characteristics of the field devices managed by that I/O interface. This reduces the no value engineering associated with configuration easy!

Has the flexibility to meet your needs


Advanced operations. The MX Controller is equipped
to handle the DeltaV Batch option, as well as advanced control functions. The MX controller uses the same I/O subsystem as the MD Plus Controller, but provides more CPU and memory capacity. It is primarily intended to allow the configuration of a large unit in a single controller node, where previously two MD Plus Controllers were required, due to CPU, memory or DST constraints, to be consolidated into a single controller. You can also use advanced control functions such as Neural and Model Predictive Control on the MX controller.

Easy to use
Powerful control. The DeltaV controllers manage all
control activities for the I/O interface channels as well as all the communication functions to the area control network. Continuous control function block diagrams, sequential function charts and phase logic provide powerful control structures that are further augmented by user-defined structured text algorithms. Time stamping for alarms and events is performed in the controller for accurate sequence of event recording. The controller executes your control strategy as fast as every 100 ms, and can communicate up to 4000 exception values per second.

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December 2010 Page 3 Data pass-through. The controller is equipped with the
ability to pass smart HART information from field devices to any workstation node in the control network. This means you can take advantage of applications, such as Asset Management Solutions, that enable you to remotely manage the HART information contained in your HART or FOUNDATION fieldbus-equipped devices.

M-series MX Controller

Prepares you for the future. As your system grows,


you can expand your software license to increase the number of device signal tags (DSTs) allocated to the DeltaV controller. Begin with 50 and expand to 1500 DSTs. Control strategy complexity and control module scan rates determine overall controller performance and application size.

Mounting. This plug-and-play system structure provides


modular system growth from a single controller up to 100 controller nodes in a single DeltaV system. Each controllers I/O subsystem can be expanded online and can be mounted in a Class 1, Div 2 or ATEX Zone II 1 environment. Refer to the System Power Supplies and I/O Subsystem Carriers product data sheets for additional information.

Designed to support legacy migration


Advanced operations. The MX controller provides the
DeltaV platform to migrate even the largest of PROVOX SRX controllers, and also supports the PROVOX and RS3 Migration I/O interfaces. The combined CPU capacity and DST count provides sufficient resources for our largest SRX controller configurations to be migrated on a one-for-one basis with DeltaV MX Controllers. The existing PROVOX I/O remains in place using the migration I/O interface to PROVOX with support of up to 1500 real I/O signals. Serial datasets are migrated to DeltaV serial cards and all virtual I/O are no longer required due to the direct module references possible in the DeltaV system. RS3 system migrations to the DeltaV system were fully supported with MD Plus Controllers and the migration I/O interface for RS3. The MX controller can also be used in these projects as necessary.

Refer to Zone 2 installation instructions (12P2046) and/or Class 1 Division 2 installation instructions (12P1293) for details.

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December 2010 Page 4 Specifications Power, Mounting, and Memory Power requirement Fuse protection Power dissipation Mounting User Memory Primary Control Network Redundant Control Network Supplied by System Power Supply through 2-wide Power/Controller Carrier 3.0 A, non-replaceable fuses 5.0 W typical, 7.0 W maximum On right slot of power/controller carrier. 96 MB 8-pin RJ-45 connector 8-pin RJ-45 connector LED Indicators (ON Status) Green Power Red Error Green Active Green Standby Yellow flashing Pri. CN Yellow, flashing Sec. CN All except Power flashing All except Power flashing, alternating even and odd Indicates DC power is applied. Indicates an error condition. Indicates that the controller is operating as the primary controller. Indicates that the controller is operating as a backup controller (reserved for future use). Indicates valid primary control network communication. Indicates valid secondary control network communication. Visual identification of controller initiated from user interface software by ping command. Firmware upgrade in progress.

M-series MX Controller

Environmental Operating temperature Storage temperature Relative humidity Airborne contaminants Shock (normal operating conditions) Hazardous area/location Refer to Zone 2 installation instructions (12P2046) and/or Class 1 Division 2 installation instructions (12P1293) for information on installing in hazardous areas. Vibration (operative limit) -40 to 60 C (-40 to 140 F) -40 to 85 C (-40 to 185 F) 5 to 95%, non-condensing ISA-S71.04-1985 Airborne Contaminants Class G3 Conformal coating 10 g -sine wave for 11 ms ATEX EEx nA IIC T4 Class 1, Div 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T4

1 mm peak-to-peak from 5 Hz to 16 Hz, 0.5 g from 16 Hz to 150 Hz

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Ordering Information
Description MX Controller VE3007 Model Number

Prerequisites

MX controllers are supported on version 10.3 or later DeltaV systems. For each controller you will need to select the mounting carrier. Please refer to the I/O Carrier product data sheet for details. Each controller requires a dedicated system power supply. Please refer to the Power Supplies product data sheet for details.

To locate a sales office near you, visit our website at: www.EmersonProcess.com/DeltaV Or call us at: Asia Pacific: 65.777.8211 Europe, Middle East: 41.41.768.6111 North America, Latin America: +1 800.833.8314 or +1 512.832.3774

For large power, water, and wastewater applications contact Power and Water Solutions at: www.EmersonProcess-powerwater.com Or call us at: Asia Pacific: 65.777.8211 Europe, Middle East, Africa: 48.22.630.2443 North America, Latin America: +1 412.963.4000

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