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CS3000 System Configuration


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SECTION 2

CS3000
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION




CONTENTS

2 SYSTEM CONFI GURATI ON ______________________________________2
2.1 SYSTEM VIEW FUNCTIONS___________________________________2
2.1.1 Summary __________________________________________________________ 2
2.1.2 System View Start-Up _________________________________________________ 3
2.1.3 Tools Menu ________________________________________________________ 4
2.2 CREATING A PROJECT ______________________________________7
2.2.1 Projects ___________________________________________________________ 7
2.2.2 Current Project ______________________________________________________ 7
2.2.3 User Defined Project__________________________________________________ 7
2.2.4 Project Management __________________________________________________ 8
2.2.5 Project Configuration _________________________________________________ 9
2.3 PROJECT ATTRIBUTE CHANGE UTILITY_____________________10
2.3.1 Registering a Project__________________________________________________10
2.3.2 Changing the Attribute of a Project _______________________________________10
2.3.3 Deleting/Closing a Project______________________________________________11
2.3.4 Notes _____________________________________________________________11
2.4 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION__________________________________12
2.4.1 System Configuration - CS3000__________________________________________12
2.4.2 Procedures _________________________________________________________12
2.4.3 Define Station Types _________________________________________________13
2.4.5 Define FCS Database Type _____________________________________________14
2.4.6 Setting Station Address _______________________________________________15
2.4.7 Setting the HIS Network - Control Bus ____________________________________16
2.4.7 Setting the HIS Network - Control Bus ____________________________________16
2.4.7 Setting The HIS Network - Ethernet_______________________________________17
2.4.8 Network Address Setting Issues Vnet/IP _________________________________18

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2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

In this section, we learn how to set up the system. This includes how to operate the builder
software, create a project, set it's attributes, and define the system configuration, ie, Ethernet and
V-Net addressing.

2.1 SYSTEM VIEW FUNCTIONS

The system view can display the engineering data of the system in a tree view similar to MS
Windows Explorer. Through this view the various builder functions are available to create a
project, FCS, HIS, I/O modules, etc that comprise a system.

2.1.1 Summary

From system view, the following engineering works can be implemented:

Create Projects - These are the basic unit for engineering data management.
Definition of System Configuration - Types of FCS and HIS as well as their
connection in the network are defined in the system configuration.
I/O Module Definition - Create the engineering database for specifying the types
of I/O modules used to acquire process data.
Control Definition Create Regulatory and Sequential control for operation in the
FCS.
Create Graphic Windows - Create user-defined graphic windows used for
operation and monitoring.
Help Dialog Box Creation - The user can create arbitrary HELP messages.
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2.1.2 System View Start-Up

To start up the System View, click on the start button as shown below:



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2.1.3 Tools Menu

The tools menu provides useful utilities when configuring a project.




Check for Double-Defined Tags - Checks across all FCSs for duplicate tags
Reference All Elements/Tags - prints a report as a CSV file of all tags in the FCS or in the
project, and where they are referenced elsewhere in the system
Self Document Printing - prints the project configuration
Print Parameters - prints the tuning parameters for each page
Search Name - searches for the location of a tag and where it is referenced (e.g. in a
sequence table)

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Self-Document Functions

The self-document functions include the self-document printing and tuning parameter print
functions. These functions are used to print the contents of builder definitions and FCS tuning
parameters as a summary for storage and record-keeping purposes.

Self-Document Printing

With the self-document function, the contents of definitions in multiple builders can be
consolidated and printed. When this is done, a cover and table of contents are added, and
the definitions for each builder are sorted in chapters and sections so that the printed
matter can be used as is as reference material.

When printing, specify the print range using the project name and file name. In addition,
only the builder files modified during a specific time period can be specified as the print
target.



Select what parts of the
control drawings are to be
printed. It is recommended
that you unselect
Function Block Detail.
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Tuning Parameter Print

In the tuning parameter print function, the tuning parameters in multiple FCSs can be
consolidated and printed at one time. There is no cover or table of contents for tuning
parameter print, but the control information (such as control station name and station
number) can be included in the header or footer.

When printing, specify the print range using a project name and control station name. In
addition, tuning parameters for particular tags can be printed by specifying tag names.

Before a tuning parameter print can be started, it is first necessary to perform a tuning
parameter save. For those FCSs where a tuning parameter save has been done, they will
appear in the list of FCSs whose parameters can be printed.






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2.2 CREATING A PROJECT

2.2.1 Projects

A project is a unit that manages the database of the FCS and the HIS created by the
system creation function. Each builder file defined by the system creation function is
managed under the project. The project contains the current project and user defined
projects.



Figure 2.1 Example of the Project Architecture

2.2.2 Current Project

The current project can be downloaded to the FCS or HIS of the target system. Each
builder file defined by the system generation function is written onto the hard disk when
downloading to the FCS or HIS is completed normally. With the current project, the data
on the hard disk always matches the data on the FCS or HIS. The current project must
not be changed to user-defined project.

2.2.3 User Defined Project

The user defined project is used when engineering using virtual tests or when making a
backup of the current project. The user defined project cannot be downloaded to the
FCS or HIS of the target system. Multiple user defined projects can be created in the
System View.

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2.2.4 Project Management

A project is created when the system view is executed for the first time after the system
generation function is installed. The project created has the attribute of a DEFAULT
project at this stage. Once this project is downloaded to the FCS of the target system, the
project's attribute is changed from default project to current project. The only project
that can become the current project is the default project created when the System View
was started for the first time, or through the Project Attribute Change Utility (see below).



Figure 2.2 Project example


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2.2.5 Project Configuration

Procedure:

In System View, click on

File Create New Project

When creating a project, the outline dialog box appears, and the following information is
configured:

Software information

The software information area displays the user name and the company name
registered when the software was installed. The registration may be modified in
this dialog box, but the model cannot be changed.

Project information

Project information area allows the project creator to input the outline of the process,
the person in charge and other related information on the project.
Process: - Production type, Plant name/ Equipment name
DCS in charge: - Company name/ Organisation name, Department responsible,
Person in charge, Date of creation, Scope of responsibility

Project Name and Location


Project name is an alphanumeric character string less than 8 characters. The
project is managed according to this project name and the project name can not
be changed. The comment within 32 alphanumeric characters or 16 double-byte
characters may be added to the project.

The project location is the project folders location in the hard disk. The default
location in which to store the project is shown below. If more than one hard disk
exists, the drive may be specified as D:\etc. accordingly.

C:\CS3000\ENG\BkProject\

Note: it is recommended that the project location be outside the CS3000 file
structure, in case the software needs to be deleted and re-installed. For example,
use location, C:\Projects.


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2.3 PROJECT ATTRIBUTE CHANGE UTILITY

As noted previously, there are three types of project database depending on their project
attributes: current project, default project, and user-defined project. The project attribute
is determined depending on how the project was created and registered.


To change the project attribute as well as to register and delete a project, use the utility
program described below.


Figure 2.3 Utility To Change Projects Attribution Dialog Box

2.3.1 Registering a Project

To register a new project in System View, first try opening it in System View. This is
accessed through the Project menu, and an Open dialog will appear where you can
select the project. The project could be on the local PC or somewhere else on the
network.

If opening the project is System View does not work, use the Project Attribute Change
Utility. Through this, it is also possible to set the attribute of the project as current project,
default project, or user-defined project.

2.3.2 Changing the Attribute of a Project

The attribute of a project can be changed from it's current status. However, a user-
defined project cannot be changed to a current or default project while a current or
default project exists. To make a user-defined project a current project, first make the
current project a user-defined project. It is important to note that change the attribute of a
project will probably require an offline load to the FCSs.
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2.3.3 Deleting/Closing a Project

Closing a project can be done through System View, Project menu. This does not delete
the project but simply deregisters it such that it can no longer be viewed on System View.
To re-register it, use the Open command in the Project menu.

It is also possible to deregister a project through the Project Attribute Change Utility using
the Delete command. This deletes a project from the System View. Note that doing this
deletes only the project information from the registry information of the Windows
operating system; the project database folder itself is not deleted.

2.3.4 Notes

Be careful about the following when using the Project Attribute Change Utility:

Before using the Project Attribute Change Utility, check that System View is not
running. If it is running, the Project Attribute Change Utility cannot run.

To update the display contents of the System View window based on the changes
made using the Project Attribute Change Utility, quit the System View once and run
again.

Do not use this utility program for a project shared by multiple users. A fatal error
may occur. Before changing the project contents, make sure that no other users are
accessing the project.

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2.4 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

This section describes how the FCS, HIS and other devices, including Ethernet addressing are
defined.

2.4.1 System Configuration - CS3000

V net and Ethernet are used for communication between devices such as FCSs and HISs.
V net is used to transmit control data including process data and various messages from
the FCS. Up to 16 HIS stations and 48 FCS stations can be connected within a single
domain via a V net. Ethernet is used to transmit engineering data generated by the HIS
system generation function and communicate with the supervisory computers.




Figure 2.6 Example of System Configuration for CS3000

2.4.2 Procedures

To create a station in the project:

Click on the project name in the System
View to select it.
Right-click, or click on File
Select: Create New and the station type
(e.g. FCS, HIS, BCV, CGW)




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2.4.3 Define Station Types

FCS Station Type

There are six station types for the FCS as shown below:

FCS for Vnet/IP rack type, with FIO (FFCS-L)
Compact FCS rack type, with FIO (FFCS)
Standard FCS rack type, with FIO (KFCS)
Standard FCS cabinet type, with FIO (KFCS)
Standard FCS rack type, with RIO (LFCS)
Standard FCS cabinet type, with RIO (LFCS)
Compact type FCS, with RIO (PFCS/D)

Name FCSxxyy (xx = domain, yy = Station)

note: There are many different types of Standard FCS to accept different types of I/O systems.
These I/O System Types are:

RIO - Remote CS3000 I/O
FIO - Fast CS3000 I/O
Centum XL I/O (SIO)
Centum V I/O (SIO)


HI S (Human I nterface Station) Station Type

There are two station types for the HIS as shown below:

PC with Operation and monitoring functions
Console type HIS Enclosed Display (LCD)
Console type HIS Open Display (LCD)
Console type HIS CRT type display (LPH21C)

Name HISxxyy (xx = domain, yy = station)


BCV (Bus Converter) Station Type

There are two station types for the BCV as shown below:

ABC11D-V/H/L dual-redundant bus converter (for Vnet/HF bus/RL bus)
AVR10D Vnet Router to connect Vnet/IP to Vnet


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CGW (Computer Gateway) Station Type

There are two station types for the CGW as shown below:

ACG10S-E text mode communication gateway
ACG10S-F frame mode communication gateway (WAN)

2.4.5 Define FCS Database Type

The database type for the FCS is decided according to the control system configured for
the FCS. The different type of database handles different numbers of function blocks.

CAUTION - Once a database type is defined, the data types can not be changed.

The types of function blocks and the model names of function blocks corresponding to
each types are shown as follows.


Table 2.2 Function Block Models

See IM 33S1B30-01E Page J1-41 on for
more details of database specifications.


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2.4.6 Setting Station Address

Station addresses are used to identify the stations on the control bus. The station address
is composed of domain number and station number.


Domain Number

Domain numbers are used to identify the domain. The domain number is set in the
following ranges:

CS 1000: Fixed to 1 - When CS 1000 system is connected with an uXL system,
a field domain number 17 is assigned to the uXL system.

CS 3000: Set in the range of 1 to 16

The domain number may be defined in project property setting menu dialog box. The
domain number can not be changed once it is set.


Station Number

Station numbers are used to identify the equipment in the same domain of the system. The
station number is set in the following ranges:

CS 1000: Set in the range of 1 to 24
CS 3000: Set for each domain in the range of 1 to 64

The following describes how to set the station number for different types of hardware:

For the FCS, set from station number 1 in ascending order, by convention
For the HIS, set from station number 64 for CS3000 or 24 for CS1000 in
descending order, by convention.
For the BCV or ACG, set from station number 1 in ascending order, by
convention.



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2.4.7 Setting the HIS Network - Control Bus

Setting the control bus address is the same regardless of whether the network is Vnet or
Vnet/IP.

Setting the Control Bus Host Name

The control bus host name is automatically determined from the bus type, domain number
and station number. In normal situations, use the host name determined automatically.

Mddss

M: Identifier showing that the bus type is control bus
dd: Two-digit domain number specified during project creation
ss: Two-digit station number specified during project creation


Setting the Control Bus I P Address

The IP addresses on the control bus are used to logically identify the HIS for
communication among HISs on the control bus. The IP address on the control bus is
automatically determined from the bus type, domain number and station number. In a
normal situation, use the values determined automatically.

172. 16. dd. SS (Class B address)

172: System fixed
16: Identifier showing that the bus type is control bus
dd: Domain number
ss: Station number

Note: the Vnet address set here must match the IP address defined in the
Windows TCP/IP configuration for Vnet.


Setting the Control Bus Subnet Mask

The control bus subnet mask is set to 255.255.0.0 by default. In normal situations use
the default value.


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2.4.7 Setting The HIS Network - Ethernet

Setting the Ethernet address for the HIS is the same regardless of whether the network is Vnet or
Vnet/IP. However, in the case of Vnet/IP, there are certain issues to be considered when setting
up the IP address.

Setting PC Name

The HIS computer name must be the same as HIS station name, as the system uses
Windows browsing to connect between the stations. The HIS Station name is
automatically defined as HISddss when the HIS is created. The HIS computer name is set
in Windows (Network Configuration) and must be the same as the station name.

Set Ethernet I P Address

Ethernet IP addresses are used to logically identify the HIS or PC connected to the
Ethernet. The Ethernet IP addresses are automatically determined from the bus type,
domain number and station number. In normal situations, the values are automatically
determined.

172. 17. dd. ss : Default IP address set in System View
or
192.168.(dd+128).(ss+129) Recommended IP address for Vnet/IP

dd : Two-digit domain number specified during the project creation
ss : Two-digit station number specified during the project creation

However, when connecting to an outside network, set the official address issued by the
organisation managing the IP addresses (see next page).

Note1: the Ethernet address set here must match the IP address defined in the
Windows TCP/IP configuration for Open Vnet.

Note2: The 172.17 address may be used for both Vnet and Vnet/IP based
systems.

Note 3: The 192.168 address must be used in Vnet/IP systems where there is
more than one domain.

Set Ethernet Host Name
This must be the same as the HIS station name, ie, HISddss.

Set the Ethernet Subnet Mask
When not connecting to outside network, the default value can be used. Otherwise, set
the subnet mask as required.


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2.4.8 Network Address Setting Issues Vnet/IP

Generally speaking, the network setup for Vnet/IP is the same as for Vnet. However, bus
2 is shared between Vnet and standard (open) Ethernet communications, and it is
important that when connecting other devices to the network that IP addresses do not
conflict. In order to ensure this, an understanding of how Vnet addressing works is
necessary.

The Vnet address for the control bus is: 172.16.dd.ss. This is a virtual address for the
Vnet application layer. However, this needs to connect to the two Ethernet ports.

The Vnet address expands out to two IP addresses for the Ethernet layer, using Class C
addressing (192.168.x.y). The addresses are calculated as follows:


Station CPU Bus IP Address
Bus 1 192.168.domain.(Stn No x 2) HIS
Bus 2 192.168.(domain + 128).(Stn No x 2)
Bus 1 192.168.domain.(Stn No x 2) CPU1
Bus 2 192.168.(domain + 128).(Stn No x 2)
Bus 1 192.168.domain.(Stn No x 2 + 1)
FCS
CPU2
Bus 2 192.168.(domain + 128).(Stn No x 2 + 1)

Thus, the addresses that are used for Vnet/IP are in the range:

192.168.1.2 192.168.16.129
192.168.129.2 192.168.144.129

In addition, the following addresses are used:

SNMP Server: 192.168.1.1
SNTP Server: 192.168.129.254

Therefore, if it is decided to setup the Open Ethernet addresses within the 192.168
subnet, it is important not to use the above addresses. Yokogawa recommends that if this
subnet is used, set the addresses within the range of:

192.168.x.130 192.168.x.253

For HIS Open Ethernet address setting it is recommended to use the following
rule:

192.168.(domain + 128).(Stn No + 129)

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Example:

FCS0101
FCS0105
HIS0160
HIS0164

Address setting for the Vnet Control Bus:

Station CPU Bus IP Address
FCS0101 Vnet 172.16.1.1
CPU1 Bus 1 192.168.1.2
Bus 2 192.168.129.2
CPU2 Bus 1 192.168.1.3
Bus 2 192.168.129.3

FCS0105 Vnet 172.16.1.5
CPU1 Bus 1 192.168.1.10
Bus 2 192.168.129.10
CPU2 Bus 1 192.168.1.11
Bus 2 192.168.129.11

HIS0160 Vnet 172.16.1.60
Bus 1 192.168.1.120
Bus 2 192.168.129.120

HIS0164 Vnet 172.16.1.64
Bus 1 192.168.1.128
Bus 2 192.168.129.128



Note: it is important to remember that the user only sets the Vnet address
(172.16.dd.ss). The 192.168 addresses are invisible to the user.

If the 192.168 subnet is to be used for the Open Ethernet connections, the settings would
be as follows:

HIS0160 192.168.129.189
HIS0164 192.168.129.193

Note that for non-Yokogawa devices (such as printers, managed switches, etc) the
addresses: 192.168.129.194 192.168.129.253 are available.

Also note that this is only relevant if you choose to use the 192.168 subnet for Ethernet
addressing. This is mandatory if there is more than one domain.