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System Description
ACONIS-1000 
System  Description 
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd, 
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Table  of  Contents 
<Contents>
1. System Description................................................................................................................. ··· ..·.. ············3
1.1. Introduction.......................................................................· ..·· ..· ....·······....·..··· ....···.. ··..·..·....····.. ········ .. ··3
1.1.1. Features ..........................................................................................................................................4
1.1.2. Installation...........................................................................·....· ..·· .. ·..···· .. · ..........··..· ....·· .. ·.. · ....·....··4
1.1.3. Man-Machine Interface...................................................................····.. ·..·· ..·· .... ··.. ····· .. ·.. ········ ..··4
1.1.4. Communication Bus System ............................................................................................ ··....·..4
1.1.5. Unmanned Monitoring..........................................................................····....· ....·····.. ···· .. ·..·....· .. ·4
1.1.6. System Structure.....................................................................···....······.. ··· .. ····· .. ··· .. ·· ..·······..····.. ···6
1.2. Process Control Station............................................................................................· ..........·.... ··....····7
1.2.1. Process unit..................................................................... ··· .. ·.. ·.. ····· .. ·· ......··· .. ····.. ·..·..·· ..·..····· ..······8
1.2.2. Interface unit..................................................................................................................................8
1.2.3. Structure of Process Control Station.......................................................................................8
1.3. Server Control Station........................................................................................................................9
1.3.1. Hardware Structure of Server control Station....·· ..·..·  ........ · ....·..·..· .... · ..··· ................ ·  ...... ·.. 10 
1.4. Miniature Remote Terminal Unit and Real-Time Control Station ·......·..·.... ·......·......·....· ..·..11
1.4.1. Hardware Structure.............................................................................·· ..······....· ....·····..........··.. ·11
1.5. Operator Control Stations ..................................................................... ····· .. ····· .. ··· .. ········.. ··..····..·..·12
1.5.1. Video Client................................................................................. ·· ..·· ..·.. ·.. ··.. ·· ......·..··....··.. ·.. ·· .. ··12
1.5.1.]. Hardware Structure of Video Client ··....·..·....···..··..··....·.. ···..........·......·....····......· ..·..·12
15.1.2. Display Structure of Video Client......·..·..........····........................· ......·......··............· ......13
1.5.2. Alarm Server.............................................................................................. · ....·.. ·........·.. ·..·..· ......·14
1.5.2.1. Hardware Structure of Alarm Server ·....·.. ··· .. · ........··...... ··.. ·.. ·....·.. ·.... · ......................· ..·14
1.5.2.2. Alarm Printing........................................................................·····.......... ··..··....···.. ·····.... ··· ..14
1.5.2.3. Log Printing......................................................................... ··..·.. ·.. ······........·······..·....······..·15
1.5.2.4. EAS Management...............................................................········.. ·..·········· ..····· .. ·········.... ···16
1.5.3. Operator Control Station's Communication.... ·· .. ·............· ......· ..·.... · ......· ......·· ..·........· ........·17
1.6.  Communication Interface Gateway ....·.... ·· ....·....·....·.... ·· .......... ·· .. · ......·18
1..6.1. l1ardware structure...................................................................··· ..·..··.. ····....···············.. ·········· ..18
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1. System Description
The ACONI5-1000 System is  a  total control system which interfaces with other 
multi-functional  alarm  monitoring,  data  acquisition,  control  system  and  other 
system  for  ships  and  offshore  vessels  based  on  fully  distributed  microprocessor 
technology  in uniform  hardware concept.  With  its  modular system  structure;  the 
system offers a  high degree of reliability and flexibility, which makes it suitable for 
large variety of different types and sizes of ships where efficiency and reliability are 
highly  significant.  It is  adaptable  for  all  types  of  ships,  e.g.  bulk  carriers,  cruise 
vessels, container ships, reefers and other special purpose vessels. 
1.1 Introduction
The  ACONI5-1000  System  has  a  modular  and  flexible  system  structure,  with 
computer capacity which is fully distributed to all control room stations, by use of a 
microprocessor technology.  The tasks in  the ACONI5-1000 System are distributed 
among sub-stations. 
The sub-stations are divided into three groups: 
•  Process control  station  : performs  interface  with process, signal manipulation, 
automatic regulation and control. 
•  Operator control station: performs control and supervision. 
•  Server  control  station  : control  the communication between  the  other stations 
and  transverse  communication  between  buses  and  manage  all  database  over 
operator  control  stations  and  interface  gateway(if  GW)  and  other  systems 
connected to communication bus. 
The  controlling  module  of  a  sub-station  comprises  one  32bit  microprocessor 
equipped with memory device and communication module. The abbreviation GCM 
(General Control Module) is used for this controlling module. 
Communication between sub-stations  are  carried  out  in a  digital  serial  mode 
through a  dual  bus-system at the high speed  of 375,000  bps,  giving  the  system an 
updating  time of  less  than 1  second.  The  communication  media  uses  twisted  pair 
cable  as well  as  coaxial  cable.  The  bus system  of  the  ACONIS-l000  eliminates  the 
risk  of  total  break  down  of  the  system  caused  by  earth  failure,  electro-magnetic 
interference or a broken bus. 
Process control stations are connected with one another by a  duplexed process 
control  bus  system,  through  the  first  synchronous  interface  channel  of  the 
communication module and its stand-by module. A maximum of 32 process control 
stations can be  connected on a  bus system.  The  operator control  bus system from 
the  operator  control  stations  is  connected  to  the  second  synchronous  interface 
channel of the serial communication module. This bus system connects a maximum 
of 64 operator control station and one alarm station with one another. 
The  ACONIS-1000  System  is  designed  to  meet  the  classification  of  society's 
requirements for a periodically unmanned engine room operation. The design 
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conforms  to  all  rules  and  regulations,  and  all  types  of  module  are  approved.  In 
addition, the ACONI5-1000 System has high reliability in their systems. 
1.1.1  Features 
The  ACONI5-1000  alarm  monitoring  and  control  system  is  a 
microprocessor-based  system  designed  to  provide  the  ship's  officers  with  all  the 
basic  alarm  and  status  information  they  require  to  maintain  a  safe  and  efficient 
operation of the machinery, especially when unmanned. 
The ACONIS-l000 System  has  the  advantage  that  its  structure  is  designed  by 
the  DCS  (Distributed  Control  System),  and  each  auxiliary  storage  device  in  the 
microprocessor-based  stations has Flash Disk or ROM  (Read Only Memory)-based 
design.  The  structure of the  DCS  has merit,  unlike  the Central Control System, all 
local  control  stations  can  operate  their  own  local  work  control.  Though  a 
supervisory  control station's break-down could occur, the sequential control works 
can  keep  the  entire  control  process  of  the  system  from  stopping  because  of  the 
supervisory control station's break-down. The auxiliary storage device is a  memory 
space in which executable code and data can be stored in the microprocessor-based 
system, and disk storage can be used for general purposes. 
1.1.2  Installation 
Each  ACONI5-1000  station  has  the  potential  of  both  central  installation  and 
local  installation.  Each  unit can  be  installed  locally  and also  all  the  units  together 
can be installed in one cabinet. 
1.1.3  Man-Machine  Interface 
Operator  control  stations  provide  full  colored  graphic  displays,  functional 
keyboard  and  tracker-ball.  Graphic  user  interface  in  the  man-machine  interface 
provides standard and customized mimics through colored graphic display, and for 
each display including the graphic interface button, the functional keyboard can be 
directly handled by the tracker balL 
1.1.4  Communication  Bus  System 
The  communication  bus  system  of  ACONIS-l000  has  a  basic  dual  network 
structure in which the lower bus system and the upper bus system are separate, and 
can work in case of a  communication line fault and break-down of  communication 
devices and stations. The Server control station is  the communication master station 
in the bus system which connects  the  lower bus system and the  upper bus system 
and supervises and controls communication load in the ACONIS-l000 system. The 
Server control  station is  basically a  dual  station consisting of the  main link station 
and the reserve link station. The reserve Server control station has a  fault  tolerance 
by providing hot back-up of data base in the main Server control station. 
1.1.5  Unmanned  Monitoring 
All  monitoring  and  alarm facilities  are  provided both in the  machinery  space 
and  in  the  Engine  Control  Room  (ECR).  Sufficient  facilities  are  also  provided  for 
machinery watch on the bridge, and a watch-caning subsystem which enables 
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engineers to be automatically called to the ECR when they are away on watch-call
duty in their quarters. Thus, both the machinery and the ECR may safely be left
unmanned while machinery watch is carried out on the bridge.
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1.2 Process Control Station
The process control stations perform the operational center of the ACONIS-1000
system and each of the stations consist of a process unit and interface unit. The
stand-alone computers can be equipped with hot back-up when required. Each
process station is independent and works in parallel with the process which is being
monitored and controlled. With regard to the primary control of process, the
processes control station is the most important unit in the system. It carries out the
operations required for keeping the process stable.
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1.2.1  Process  unit 
Each  process  unit performs logical  functions,  mathematical calculations,  alarm 
monitoring, automatic control with different algorithms, motors and valves controL 
sequential  controls,  group  controls,  protections  and  interlocking,  linearizations, 
different  arithmetical  operations,  etc.  and  is  independent  of  a  central  unit.  The 
process  control  station  receives  the  operator's  control  commands,  uses  the 
command as reference values and drives the actuators to the desired state. 
The  control  commands  include manualj automatic  changeover,  start and  stop 
command,  set-point changes  etc.  The  number  of process  stations is  dependent  on 
the number of functions  to be monitored and controlled. The process control station 
collects the process and actuator status information, processes the information when 
required, and sends it to the operator control station. 
1.2.2  Interface  unit 
The  interface  units  connect  the  field  instrumentation  to  the  ACONIS-IOOO 
system. They also supply the transmitters and provide overvoltage and disturbance 
protection. 
1.2.3  Structure  of  Process  Control  Station 
Figure 1.3  illustrates the structure of a  process control station.  The structure of 
the  process  control  station,  like  that  of  the  entire  ACONIS-1000  system,  is  of  a 
modular type. 
The process control station consists of the following units: 
•  MPM  main process module 
•  PCOM  dual CPU embedded process communication module 
•  PWRM  power supply module 
•  5MB2/4  system motherboard, for single /  double GeM 
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The following types of interface units can be used at the process
control stations;
• 105M input-output scanning module
multiplexers for the process interface units
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analog output module for 2 analog output signals
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demand on display
1.3 Server control Station
The Server control station controls and supervises the data communication
between the stations connected to the process control bus and operator control bus.
Data transfer at the Server control station is serial. The HDLC protocol is used in the
communications.
The Server control station manages the communication bus system in the
ACONIS-l000 system and functions as an information server for the operator
control stations, has the features to get I/O data in the lower part and alarm
information for the process control station, and has the task of synchronous
function. In addition, the database is installed inside, all the work such as creating a
new event in accordance to I/O data status, and managing information in system,
log information, trend information, alarm display list and inhibit display list, and a
system clock are carried out.
The Server control station is a dual station designed by the structure of fault
tolerance. The operator control bus and the process control bus are designed by the
dual network and each bus is isolated and connected to the Server control station.
Therefore if a break-down occurs in one system, it won't effect the other systems.
Because a bus system is designed by the dual network, when one network has a
problem, it is automatically replaced by the reserve network in the Server control
station. During this process, delay and loss of data in the network requiring
replacement never occurs. In main/reserve substitution, the operator control bus is
dependent of the Server control station, and the process control station bus is
independent of the Server control station. Therefore, the operator control bus is
connected to the main bus system in the main Server control station, and to the
reserve bus system in the reserve Server control station. Irrespective of this, the
process control bus is simultaneously connected to the main/ reserve system.
The most important feature is the consistency of each database installed inside
in case of a main/reserve substitution in the Server control station. This is because
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the reserve Server control station must hot back-up the database in the main
Server control station under the suspend mode. The main Server control station in
the beginning of operating back-up the data base in the reserve Server control
station for  about 3 minutes when the reserve Server control station is active, and
when completed, the back-up communication right is given from the reserve
Server control station.
The following show the connecting methods of main/ reserve Server control
stations, operator control bus, and process control bus.
1.3.1 Hardware Structure of Server control Station
The Server control station consists of the following units:
• MPM IV 32-bit microprocessor-based main processing module (2 ea.)
• FDC full display controller and ROM-Disk, Fresh Disk (2 ea.)
• COMM II dual CPU embedded communication module (2 ea.)
• PWRM power module (2ea.)
Figure 1.3 illustrates the structure of the Server control station
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1.4 Miniature Remote Terminal Unit and
Real-Time Control Station
In order to identify operation status of electrical equipment, Miniature Remote
Terminal Unit gets information through various Input Card to obtain value or status
of sensor, and performs command of operation to drive certain device. The system
typically takes in charge of PID control. Moreover, it is used for data collection at
remote distance, if necessary. Direct installation of this system to yard may
eliminate malfunction and reduce signal lines.
And Real-Time Control Station helps MRTUs to communicate MRTU's data to
Server and vice-versa. It acts as supervisor of connected MRTUs with initializing
MRTUs and PID parameter tuning. It communicates with MRTU through ARCNET
and with Server through RS-48S.
1.4.1 Hardware Structure
This Station consists of the following units:
a) Real-Time Control Station
• MPM4C micro-processor based main processing module
• DCCM dual CPU embedded process communication module
• UCPWR power supply module
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1.5 Operator Control Stations
Operator control stations in the ACONIS-1000 system transfer the useful
information to the operator through Graphic user interface or man-machine
interface, and receive the operator's signal through input apparatus, and during this
time the video generators and the alarm station work by the operator's intention.
1.5.1 Video Oient
The video client output the process data to the monitors via a full-graphic
display controller. The video client picks up the necessary process data from the
operator control bus and displays the data with the display format selected from the
functional keyboard or tracker ball.
1.5.1.1 Hardware Structure of Video Client
The video client is connected to the operator control bus through a
communication module. It consists of the follOwing units:
• MPM N 32-bit micro-processor based main processing module
• FDC full display controller and ROM-Disk, Fresh-Disk
• COMM II dual CPU embedded communication module
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Figure 1.5 shows the structure of the video generator
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1.5.1.2 Display Structure of Video Client
The basic arrangement of the video client display on screen are as follows
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• Graphic Display (optional)
• Trend Display
• Log Display
• Custom Display
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The text and the graphic symbols are supplied through the relevant color data
in the condition of the channel of the display of the video client. The color data used
are as follows :
GREEN Normal Status
RED Acknowledged Alarm Status
RED BLINKING Unacknowledged Alarm Status
CYAN Interlock Status
PURPLE Suppressed Status
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1.5.2  Alarm  Server 
The  alarm  server  has  the  capability  to  output  the  status  events  from  the 
ACONIS-1000  system  in  chronological  order  through  the  alarm  printer,  to  timely 
output the normal log information and the daily log information by  the log printer, 
and to manage EAS (Extended Alarm System). 
1.5.2.1  Hardware  Structure  of  Alarm  Server 
The alarm server consists of the follOwing units: 
•  MPM  IV  32-bit micro-processor based main processing module 
•  FDC 
•  COMMll 
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The alarm printing is allegedly wanted to  print out the events from  the system 
in  chronological  order.  The  events  are  the  alarm  event,  the normal event,  and  the 
inter-lock event.  The color prints are red, blue and  block for alarm event, inter-lock 
event and normal event respective!. 
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The following is an example of a print out form of the alarm event. 
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1.5.2.3  Log  Printing 
The Log printing is  the method of printing out the normal log information and 
daily  log  information  by  the  log  printer.  In  general,  all  the  printing  of  the  log 
information  is  carried  out  at  different  time  period,  but  when  the  normal  log 
information and daily log information are printed out at the same time,  the printing 
of the daily log information is followed by that of the normal log information, as the 
priority of printing is  given to the daily log information. 
The following is an example of a print out form of the alarm event. 
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1141 CPP REMOTE COj\JT SYS FAIL XA
1142 CPP ICU PVlJR FAIL XA  2  .A.LA.RM
1143 CPP RCCU ILLPWR FAIL XA 2 .ALARM
1144 CPP HYD RTN OIL FILT F.A.lL Xf'.. 2 AU\RM 
1145 CPP RPM TRANS FAIL XA  2 ALARM
1146 CPP BACK-UP SYS FAIL XA  2  foUR!,)! 
1147 cpp HYD SST SACK-UP 'liN F XA 2  ,A,LARM
1148 CPP HYO PROP VN FAIL XA  2  ALAR!'." 
1321 MJE AIR COLER CFW IN P 6.00  2.09  SfF PIAL 2  ALA.RM
A 0.00·6.00  0.00  0  0.00  KGJCM2
1322  MfE AIR COLER CFW OUT T 150 75 SJF TIAH 2 ALARM
A 0-150  0  0  0  DEG/C
1323 MAIN CSWPUMP OUTTEMP 6.8  --50.0  S/F TIAH 3 
A -50.0·50.0  -50  -50.0  -50  DEGJC
1324 MAIN CBVV PUMP DISCH PRESS 3.34  0.00  SJF PIAL 2  JI.L).,RM
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The following is example of a print out form of the daily log .
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CPP REMOTE   SYS Ft-JL
CPP leu PWR FAIL
CPP RCCU ILL PWR FAIL
CPP HYD RTM OIL FILT FAIL
CPP RPM TRANS FAIL
cPP BACK-UP SY8 FAIL
CPP HYD BST BACK-UP "IN FAIL
CPP HYD PROP Y!V FAIL
M/ E AIR COLER CFW IN P
0.00 - 6.00
M/E AIR COLER OFW OUT T
0-150
Mt-,IN CSW PUMP OUT TEMP
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MAIN CSW PUMP DISCH PRESS
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1.5.2.4 EAS management
The EAS (Extended alarm system) has a function to enlarge the scope of the
alarm event occurring inside the system when necessary, to recognize the alarm
occurring in other areas outside ECR and to unman the alarm monitoring. The
basic function of the EAS is not only the extension of the alarm, but also the duty
transfer, engineer caller, and re-alarm.
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RS485 COMMUNICATION
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1.5.3 Operator Control Station's Communication
The connecting method of the COMM II, intercommunication module of the
video generator and the operator control bus are as follows.
• CONI
connect to main operator control bus
• CON2 not connect
• CON3 connect to reserve operator control bus
• CON4
not connect
In the connection of the video client and operator control bus, COMM II
automatically recognizes the present bus, receives information on the Server control
station through the active operator control bus automatically installed, and transfers
data input from user. Therefore, in the video client application program,. the
information of the present active operator control bus is shown on the upper left of
the monitor, and in the main operator control bus nothing is shown because this is
in a condition of default. However, the message "RESERVE" is shown when the
reserve operator control bus is active, and when it is not actjve the message
"RESERVE" blinks continuously. This means that the active operator control bus is
scanning to search for the active bus, and if this continues the operator control bus
is down.
Operator control stations
VIDEO SERVER I VIDEO SERVER 2 VIDEO SERVER 3
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User's Manual System Description
1.6 Hetero-homogeneous communication Interface Gateway
(ifGW)
This out communication
ACONIS-IOOO and other system has different protocol and
monitoring function for ACONIS-IOOO ;';'l<UP'Tl 
for """f"Olrri etc. and IPX protocol
equipped on vessel is
between
1.6.1 Hardware structure
It consists of the following units:
.. MPM IV
full controller with LAN communication
module
.. FDC
.. COMMII communication module
SHIP  NETWORK 
  ~
OFF
1------1
6  HYUNDAl 
R.BUS 
M.BUS 
1.6 The ""t-'rI1C't-I1'1"t:> of Interface Gateway
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Operating Information
ACONIS-l000 
Operating  Information 
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
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lfser's  Manual  Operating  Information 
Table  of  Contents 
<Contents>
1. Keyboard Description ................................................................................................................................3
1.1. Lock for the comn1and Key .............................................................................................................3
1.2. LED Indication of power supply for keyboard..........................................................................4
1.3. Display Selection Keys ...................................................................................··.. ···· .............. ·.. ·.... ···.. ·4
1.4. Channel Selection Keys ......................................................................................................................4
1.5. Page Shift Keys ....................................................................................................................................5
1.6. Local I Domain Time Setting Keys ...............................................................................· .. ·· ....·· ....·5
1.7. Security Keys ....................................................................................................................................·.. ·5
1.8. Control &  Value Set Keys on the group display ..........·.. ·.. ·..........·......··......·· ..·....·....· ....· ......··6
1.8.1. Motor Control Function Keys .................................................................................... ·..·....·......·6
1.8.2. Valve Control Function Keys ....................................................................................................6
1.8.3. PID Control Function Keys ........................................................................................................6
1.8.4. Group Set Function Keys .................................................................................... ··· ..·· ......·..·....··6
1.9. Channel Registration &  Log Print Selection Keys ..·· ....·..·····.. · ..................·........·........· ....·........·7
·1.9.1. Log Set Keys ..................................................................................................................................7
1.9.2. Print Set Keys ........................................................................................·.. ·· ......· ....................··....··7
1.10. Control &  Value Set Keys on the Power Display .. ·.. ·.. ··..· ....·.. · ....·· ....·......· ..··.... ·.... ·..· ......· ....7
1.10.1. Mode Selection Keys ..................................................................................................................7
1.10.2. Power Set Function Keys.........................................................................................................7
1.10.3. Power Control function Keys..................................................................................................8
1.11. Numeric keys &  Others........................................................................................· ....·· ............· ......·8
1.12. Trend Shift Keys ................................................................................................................................8
1.13. Auto Alarm Scroll Keys................·......· ........·.. ··.. ····· ..· ..............· ......·....·.. ·......·· ........· ....··..·.. ·.... ·..·8
1.14. Confirmation...........................................................................··.. ··..··· .... ··.... ··.. ··· ....··· .. ··· ..·····..·....·· ....·8
1.15. Acknowledgment of Alarms ..........................................................................................··..··....·....··8
2. Display Description ....................................................................... · ....·.. ·· .. ·.. ······....······..········· .. ····· .. ·.. ···· .. ·9
2.1. Home Display .......................................................................................................................................9
2.1.1. Overview Status Display ..........................................................................................................10
2.1.2. Status Display ...................................................................................... ··..· ........·....··........ ·· ........··11
2.2. Group Display ................................................................................................................................····12
2.2.1. Group Index Display ................................................................................................ · ........·......·12
2.2.2. Analog Frame Type.......................................................................................... · ....···....· ....· ......·13
2.2.3. Digital Frame Type........................................................................................... ·........··....·......·..15
2.2.4. Digital Franl€ Type....................................................................................................................17
2.2.5. The Other Frame Type.............................................................................................· ............· ..19
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<Contents> 
Page  no. 
2.3.  Alarm  Display .................................................................................................................................... 21 
2.4.  Inhibit  Display  ........................................................................ ·· .... ·········· .. ·.. ·· .. ·········..·.. ···· .. ···....···.... ·22 
2.5.  Power  Control  Display(Option)  .......................................................................... ······ .... ·  ...... · .. ··· ..···23 
2.6.  Graphic  Display(Option)  .................................................................................................................. 25 
2.6.1.  Graphic  Index  Display  .............................................................................................................. 25 
2.6.2.  Graphic  Display  ............................................................................................ ·  ...... · .. ·  ........ ···...... ···26 
2.7.  Trend  Display  ..................................................................................................................................... 27 
2.7.1.  Trend  Index  Display  ........................................................................ ················· .. ·..···...... ·····..·.. ·27 
2.7.2.  Trend  Display  .............................................................................................................................. 28 
2.8.  Log  Display ......................................................................................................................................... 29 
2.9.  Custom  Display ...................................................................······ ..·.. ·.. ·..·· .. ·· ......····· ..·.. ·· ..·.. ··.. ·· ..·..······31 
2.10.  Help  Display  ..................................................................................................................................... 32 
2.10.1.  Help  Index  Display  .................................................................................................................. 32 
2.10.2.  Help  Display .............................................................................................................................. 33 
3.  System  Functions ...................................................................... · ...... ··· .. ··· .... ·· .. ·..······· ...... ···· ...... ·· ......··· ..··34 
3.1.  Status  Display ..................................................................................................................................... 34 
3.2.  Group  Display .................................................................................................................................... 36 
3.3.  Alarm  Display .................................................................................. · .. ·..· .... ·· ...... ····· .... ·  ............ ·· .. ·····38 
3.4.  Inhibit  Display .................................................................................................................................... 40 
3.5.  Power  Display .....................................................................·· .... ······ .. ········ .. ······.. ·  .... · ..·· ....·· ...... ····· .. ··42 
3.6.  Graphic  Display  .....................................................................................··· .. ·  ........ ··.... ······ ..·.. ·....·.. ······44 
3.7.  Trend  Display .............................................................................. ·· ....···..· .... ·  ................ ···· .. ··.......... ····46 
3.8.  Log  Display· ...... · ................................................................................................................................. 48 
3.9.  Custom  Display .................................................................................................................................. 50 
3.10.  Help  Display  .............................................................................. · .. ·..······ ..·.. ··..···· ..·· .. ···· .... ··· .... ·· .. ··..·52 
4.  Pid  Control  ..................................................................................................................................................54 
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Operating  Information 
1. Keyboard Description
The ACONIS-IOOO keyboard is designed for the use of both standard systems and
optional systems. Therefore, only some of the keys are used when operating the
UMS-alarm system. Explanations of the functions of the numbered items are given as
follows.
1 1.6 1. 1
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1.1 Lock for the command Key
1.  With the key switch unlocked.
- The variable parameters in  the system, such as alarm limits, interlocking 
of alarms, setting of time etc., may be changed. 
Operation of motor/pumps, valve or djesel can be avaHable also. 
2. With the key switch locked.
Because command Key is locked, Change of variable parameters is inhibited and
operation of motor/pumps, valve or ctiesel engine starter can't be available as well.
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1.7 
Manual
Operating Information
1.2  LED  Indication  of  power  supply  for  keyboard 
1.3  Display  Selection  Keys 
1.4  Channel  Selection  Keys 
Ch.1 

Frame Number 1 
Ch.2  Frame Number 2 
Ch.3  Frame Number 3
:
Group 
Ch.4  :  Frame Number 4 
Display 
Ch.5  Frame Number 5

Ch.6 

Frame Number 6 
Ch.7  Frame Number 7

Frame Number 8 
1 Gen. 1  Generator Number 
Ch.8 
Gen. 2  Generator Number 2 
Power 
Gen. 3  Generator Number 3 
Display 

Ll"'HlLVl  Number 4 
Gen.S  Generator Number 5 
Ch.l  Curve Nrmber 1

Curve Nrmber 2 Ch.2


Curve Nrmber 3 
Trend  Ch.4  Curve Nrmber 4 
:  Ch.3 
I  : 
Curve Nrmber 5 
Ch.6  Curve Nrmber 6 
Display 

Ch.5 

Ch.7  Curve Nrmber 7 
Ch.8  Curve Nrmber 8 
1.5  Page  Shift  Keys 
First  First  Page  on  the  Selected  Display 
..  
Next  on  the  Selected 
on  the  Selected 
End 
Last  Page  Move  to  Last  Display  or  Page 
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function  of  Local/Remote  Set  point 
Function  of  Manual! Automatic  Mode 
User's Manual Operating Information
1.6  Local/Domain  Time  Setting  Keys 
1.7  Security  Keys 
Responsibility 
Transfer/Cancel  of  Keyboard  responsibility  for  Process 
ControL 
1.8  Control  & Value  Set  Keys  on  the  group  display 
1.8.1  Motor  Control  Function  Keys 
Start  I Function  of  Motor  Start 
Stop  'Function  of  Motor  Stop 
          ..-+..              
Stand By  I Function  of  Motor  Stand  by 
Reset  ! Function  of  Motor  Reset 
1.8.2  Valve  Control  Function  Keys 
Open  Function  of  valve  open 
Close  Function  of  valve  close 
Manual  Alternative  function  of  ManualfAutomatic  Mode 
Travel  of  Travel Stop  . 
1.8.3  PID  Control  Function  Keys 
Local/Remote 
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1.8.4  Group  Set  Function  Keys 
Alarm  High  iChange  of  the  Alarm  High  Limit 
.. ... .. .. .. .. ..-.-
Alarm  Low  ;Change  of  the  Alarm  Low  Limit 
.. ----.-.--•. _. 
Interlock  iAlternative  function  of  Interlock  on/l 
1.9  Channel  Registration  &  Log  Print  Selection  Keys 
1.9.1  Log  Set  Keys 
Alternative  Key  to  Select  Normal  or  Daily  Mode 
Normal/Daily  on  ;:  Daily 
off  ==  Normal 
In  All  Channels 
Set  for 
Set  for  ''''''''TTI;.J 
Group  Out  Set  for  Norm.al/Daily  Log  Out  one  Group 
___- __M--____
Channel  In  Set  for  In  one  Channel 
Channel  Out  Out  one  Channel 
Log 
!  Set  for  Daily  Log  Start  Time 
Set  for 
Set  for  Normal  Log  Interval  Time 
1.9.2  Print  Set  Keys 
Ail  Channel 
Registered  Channel 
All  Channels  Log  Print  Out 
Registered  Channels  Log  Print  Out 
.-.-------..
1.10  Control  &  Value  Set  Keys  on  the  Power  Display 
1.10.1  Mode  Selection  Keys 
Mode  Pop-up  Window  Key  for  the  Generator  Mode 
________ --...  - ...- ..---------.. .. ...J
Synchronizing  'Alternative  function  of  Manual/Automatic  Mode 
.•.-.--.•.- .•.  ..-.-..-.-.•-.-.• .•. - .•. -.--..
...   " 
Lo;d Mode--· 
.. 
Load  Dependent  Stop  Alternative  function  of  Manualj Automatic  Mode 
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Operating Information
1.10.2  Power  Set  Function  Keys.
Load Value
Load Value
Time
Time
Govenor Pulse
1.10.3  Power  Control  function  Keys.
Function of Generator Start Start
Function of Reset Reset
1.11  Numeric  keys  &  Others 
1.12  Trend  Shift  Keys 
1.13  Auto  Alarm  Scroll  Keys 
1.14  Confirmation 
Command Executing the Command Message
      or Gearing the Command Message
1.15  Acknowledgment  of  Alarms 
n<>n'crm<>nt Sound of Sound on
Flicker Acknowledgment of Alarm Flicker
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2. Display Description
2.1 Home Display
The  Status  Display  can  be  divided  into  two  types  of  screen  display.  The  first 
screen  display  can  show  in  brief  the  status  of  512  channels  on  one  screen.  and  status 
of  the  channels  presentsed  with  color  information.  The  channel  in  which  the  alarm 
occured  can  be  easily  recognized  among  all  the  other  channels  registered  on  this 
screen.  Through  the  second  one,  which  is  the  status  screen  for  the  group,  the  status  of 
64  channels  can  be  recognized  on  one  screen  and  the  explanation  about  the  relevant 
channel  can  be  shown  in  detail. 
I  2  J  '"  .'  ,;  7  x 
j !J,  I rl
 
1.  Status  display  icon. 
2.  Group  display  icon. 
3.  Alarm  display  icon. 
4.  Inhibit  display  icon. 
5.  Power  display  icon. 
6.  Graphic  display  icon. 
7.  Trend  display  icon. 
S.  Log  display  icon. 
9.  Custom  display  icon. 
10.  Help  display  icon. 
11.  End  page  display  icon. 
12.  first  pugE  di:splay  icon. 
13.  Previous  page  display  icon. 
14.  Next  page  display  icon. 
15.  Last  page  display  icon. 
16.  Data  & time  display  window  for  local 
and  Domain. 
17.  Acknowledge  of  alarm  sound. 
18.  Acknowledge  of  alarm  flickering. 
19.  Key  responsibility  icon. 
20.  Change  Local  time. 
21.  Change  Domain  time. 
22.  User  Command  Keys. 
23.  Key  responsibility  indication  for 
process  control. 
24.  U <:er  command  display  window. 
25.  Last  alarm  display  window 
(Last  existing  alarm  is  always  display  here.) 
26.  Activated  reserve  server  station. 
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User's  Manual  Operating  Information 
2.1.1  Overview  Status  Display 
1.  All  status  display  number 
(512channels / page) 
2.  Status  display  number  (64channels/page) 
Page  button  which  go  directly  to  status 
3.  Group  display  number  (8channels/page) 
Page  button  which  go  directly  to  group 
display  no.111. 
4.  Date  and  time  display  window  for 
Local/Domain 
5.  Channel  no.141S  interlocked  (CYAN  color) 
6.  Acknowledged  alarm  status 
(RED  color)  channel  no.1418. 
7.  Channel  no.1435  unacknowledged 
alarm  status  (RED  blinking) 
8.  Channel  nO.1431  suppressed 
status  (PURPLE  color) 
9.  Channel  no.1441  normal  status 
(GREEN  color) 
10.  Function  button. 
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User's Manual  Operating  Information 
2.1.2  Status  Display 
1. Status display number.
2. Group display number. 
Page button will go directly to group display no.111. 
3. Condition square marker for monitoring channel 
- Normal status : GREEN 
- Acknowledged alarm status : RED 
- Unacknowledged alarm status : RED blinking 
- Interlocking status: CYAN 
- Suppressed status : PURPLE 
4. Channel no.3 in group display no.l11 gives channel no.1113.
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User's Manual  Operating  Information 
2.2 Group Display
The  Group  Display  has  a  function  to  show  the  detailed  information  and  status  of 
each  channel  according  to  the  type  of  channel.  The  digital  channel  represents  on/ off 
display,  alarm/ normal  display,  and  open/close  display  with  their  detailed  tests.  The 
analog  channel  can  be  classified  by  the  type,  but  in  general,  it  consists  of  information 
such  as  measurement  value,  alarm  high  limit,  alarm  low  limit,  A/D  error,  sensor  fault, 
and  the  like.  Especially,  the  exhaust  gas  type  can  represent  mean  value,  deviation 
value,  and  deviation  alarm  of  each  clinder.  Each  analog  type  can  be  represented  as  a 
bar  type,  meter  type,  and  text  type  on  demand.  Additionally,  the  types  of  counter, 
gravity,  motor,  and  value  are  also  backed.  First  of  all,  in  the  group  display,  control  of 
the  relevant  channel,  the  change  of  setting  value,  and  operation  of  alarm  inhibit 
set/ clear  can  be  conducted  by  the  function  keyboard  or  tracker  ball  device. 
2.2.1 Group Index Display
1.  Group  index  display  page  number. 
2.  Group  index  display  number  (64channels/page).  Page  button  will  go  directly  to 
status  display  no.11. 
3.  Group  display  number  (8channels/page) .  Page  button  will  go  directly  to  (5roup 
display  no.111. 
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User's Manual Operating Information
2.2.2 Analog Frame Type
TEMPERATURE/ PRESSURE
MEASUREMENT & ALARM CHANNEL
INDI CATOR TYPE
(BAR/ TYPE)
MEASUREMENT AND DEVIATION
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21
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23
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ON
ON
5
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User's Mn'nu,(Ji
1.  Channel  number. 
2.  Channel 
3. Sensor  fault. 
4.  Analog/Digital  converter  error. 
5.  Yard's  code. 
6.  Instrument  code. 
7. 
8. Alarm  limit  high. 
9.  Measured  value. 
10.  Alarm  low. 
11.  of  the  measured  value. 
12.  of  measurement. 
of  tank  level  measurement. 
of {"(n't'''''ti,.,,,....  value  for 
measurement  value. 
of  volume. 
17.  trend  curve. 
18.  Calculation  the  cylinder  tenlPeranl! 
13.  unit 
14. 
15.  nl"""C%nte,ti,'f1 
16.  nr,'",>ntc>t1'>1"l 
19. 
20. 
21.
22. 
  of  the  deviation. 
23.
24. 
25. 
User's Manual Operating Information
2.2.3 Digital Frame Type
DIGITAL CHANNEL HIGH/LOW ALARM DIGITAL CHALLEL
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User's Mantlal
Operating Information
1. Channel number.
2. Channel
3. Instrument code.
4. Yard's code.
5. Digital Dresentatl of the measured channel.
6. Digital channel mode.
- Time Delay Alarm Time delay
- Interlock : Interlock ON/OFF
: Status of suppress
- Custom : Channel number on custom display
- Command : Enable parameter change Value
Cancel Exit channel value
6. Digi tal channel mode.
7. Alarm condition indicated by red square marker(flashing, if unacknowledged)
8. Alarm text such as PRESS, LEVEL, TEMP, etc., alarm for temperature,
differential pressure, level, flow, rr<>,('1,,,""'r"\, voltage, current,
can be included in high and low alarms.
9. 1./"",n,,,,, information: green square marker with text, no alarm.
10. Digital information : white square marker with text, no alarm.
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2.2.4 Digital Frame Type
MOTOR/ PUMP CHANNEL WITH MOTOR/PUMP CHANNEL WITH
DIGITAL FEEDBACK CHANGE MODE
  l1
VALVE CHANNEL ADJUSTABLE
ON/OFF VALVE WITH ANALOG FEEDBACK VALVE CHANNEL CHANGE MODE
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User's  Manual  Operating  In/ormation 
1.  Yard's  code. 
2.  :MANUAL/AUTOMATIC;  :MANUAL  or  ST.BY  color  markers 
MANUAL  Green  ST.BY  =  Green 
3.  Red  star  and  text  if alann  condition. 
4.  RUNNING/STOPPED  :  RUNNING  ::::: Yellow 
color  markers  STOPPED  ==  Yellow 
5.  RUNNING/STOPPED  :  RUNNING  ::::: Black  text 
indication  text  STOPPED  = Black  text 
6.  LOCAL/BLOCKED  color  marker  and  text  in  Green 
when  a  block  signal  is  received  pyt,'rn::l 
7.  Channel  number. 
8.  Channel  description. 
9.  Instrument  code. 
10.  MANUAL/AUTOMATIC  MANUAL  '"  Green 
color  AUTO  ::::: Green 
11.  OPEN/CLOSED  :  OPENbD  '"  Yellow 
color  markers  CLOSED  :=  Yellow 
12.  :  OPENED  =:  Black  text 
indication  text  CLOSED  = Black  text 
13.  channel  mode 
Start  :  Motor  start  command 
:  Motor  stop  command  signal 
- Stand-by  :  Set  stand-by  operation  mode 
- Reset  :  Reset  motor  status 
- Custom  :  Load  on/off  on  the  custom  display 
:  Exit  charmel  mode 
- Command  ;  Enable  parameter  value  change 
14.  Value  channel  change  mode. 
- Open  :  Value  open  command 
- Oose  :  Value  dose  command 
Manl Auto  .  Select  manual!auto  operation  mode 
- Travel  value  travelling  time 
- Cancel  :  Exit  channel  change  mode 
Custom  :  Load  on/off  on  the  custom 
- Command:  parameter  value  change 
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2.2.5 The Other Frame Type
COUNT CHANNEL PARAMETER CHANNEL MODE
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1.  Channel  number. 
2.  Charmel 
3.  Yard's  code. 
4.  Instrument  code. 
S.  Extension  alarm  group  no. 
6.  Digital  presentation  of  the  counter  value. 
7.  Digital  presentation  of  the  coefficient  value. 
8. Digital  of  the  power  time  value. 
9.  Counter  charmel  change  mode. 
New  Count  new  count  value 
Coefficient  new  coefficient  value 
Time  Delay  time  delay 
- Custom  Load  onloff on  the  custom  display 
Command  Enable  1   ' ' ' T n ' ' i ~ ' ' 1   '
mode 
rh:n"lo'" value 
Cancel  Exit  charmel 
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2.3 Alarm Display
The Alarm display can show a total of 73 pages and arrange the events occurred
in chronological order, which is the display list. In the alarm display, the channel
number in which the alarm occurred, the time when the event occurred, the present
measurement value, alarm high limit value, and alarm low limit value can be shown,
and the unacknowledged alarm blinks according to the user' s handling situation.
1. Alarm display page number.
2. Last alarm display window.
3. Date & time display window.
4. Alarm indication. 
- Blinking star : unacknowledged alarm. 
- Steady star: acknowledged alarm. 
5. Date & time when alarm occurred.
6. Channel number.
7. System alarm identified by (++++).
8. Indication of EAS group. Alarm group
to wheelhouse and cabin.
9. Limit value Indication of LOW
(HIGH) alarm.
10. Measurement value.
11. Indication of Unit.
- Sensor fault : "S/F" display.
- No sensor fault : Unit display.
12. Function icon.
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2.4 · Inhibit Display
The Inhibit display can show a total of 73 pages and arrange the events occurred
in chonological order, which is the display list. In the inhibit display, the channel in
which the alarm generated is blocked according to the user' s intention or internal
status of the system as indicated in the form of a list in occurrence sequence, and
status interlock is presented with a cyan color text and suppressed status is presented
as a blue text.
1. Inhibit display page number.
2. Suppressed status: PURPLE color.
3. Interlocked status: CYAN color.
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2.5 Power Control Display (Option)
The power control display in the form of uniti7]:ng the function of ACONIS-PMS
in the ACONIS system has a function to represent the operational status of the PMS,
present the output of each generator. and its operation mode through graphic display.
On this screen, five generators or four generators and a shaft generator can be
displayed and controlled. Each generator can be independently controlled or operated
in a row in accordance with the user's set up status. The present output voltage,
frequency, and power of each generator, and the net power and the available power of
all generators are furnished.
In this display, automatic synchronizing and load sharing, load dependent start
and stop, and balanced or unbalanced load sharing for the generators can be
performed by the functional keyboard or tracker ball. Start and stop, stand-by selection,
automatic shutdown, and diesel oil to heavy fuel changeover can also be performed for
the auxiliary diesel engine.
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1. Switch to main bus open/closed with indication text.
- OPEN : RED color.
- CLOSED: GREEN color.
2. Pop-up window icon for Diesel Generator.
3.  Generator display.
4. Power value digital display.
S. Status display for Generator Control.
- READY
- STAND-BY
- STARTING
- RUNNING
STOPPING 
STOPPED 
- BLOCKED 
6.  Generator shutdown alarm window, one essential alarm such as
" START FAILURE", "SYNC. TIME OUf", "COOL WATER TEMP",
" SHUT DOWN" can be
7. Net bus bar l-ron,,,oTV",
8. Net bus bar voltage digital
9. window icon for
ManualjAuto.
- Load sharing: Manual! Auto.
run: 
- Load depend START: Manual/Auto.
- Load depend STOP : Manualj Auto.
10. USER inform
- Heavy load
- Light load
- Heavy time
time 
- Idling time 
- Governor 
11. Net nominal power digital display.
12. Available power and display.
13. Generator control mode
- Start : Generator start command
- Stop : Generator stop command
- Stand-by: Generator stand-by command
- Reset : Reset all command
- Command. Entlbk change command
- Cancel : Exit control mode
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2.6 Graphic Display (Option)
The  graphic  display  has  a  total  of  64  pages  and  it  shows  an  overview  of  the 
process  and  indicates  the  current  status  of  valves,  motors,  levels  and  other 
measurements.  The  graphic  display  is  a  kind  of  custom  display  on  which  its  form  is 
fixed  according  to  the  user's  demand  and  a  page  without  a  fixed  format  on  which  the 
standard  symbols  from  the  ACONIS  system  is  used.  One  page  of  graphic  display  in 
the  ACONIS  system  employs  a  total  of  100  dynamic  symbols,  and  the  number  of 
symbols  in  the  background  drawing  is  limitless.  Therefore,  sometimes  this  display  is 
extensively  used  as  a  detailed  image  of  the  ship's  layout  or  control  part,  and  has  an 
advantage  that  the  situation  and  the  meaning  of  each  dynamic  symbol  can  be  easily 
grasped  compared  to  the  other  displays. 
The  current  dynamic  symbols,  measurement  bar,  measurement  value  with  text, 
tank  level,  value,  motor,  on/off,  value  with  alarm  rectangle,  and  the  likes  are  offered. 
2.6.1 Graphic Index Display
1.  Graphic  index  display  page  number. 
2.  Graphic  display  group  number. 
3.  Graphic  display  number  icon  which  can  go  directly  to  graphic  display 
no.  111. 
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2.6.2  Graphic  Display 
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1.  Graphic  display  number. 
2.  Channel  information  can  be  shown  in  pop-up  window  when  the  mouse  is  on 
the  dynamic  symbol. 
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2.7 Trend Display
The  trend  display  consists  of  two  parts;  trend  index  display  and  trend  display.  The 
trend  index  display  has  32  trend  displays  in  which  the  standard  time  interval  is  1 
hour,  12  hour,  24  hour  and  48  hour  and  this  display  shows  the  registered  channel 
numbers  of  each  trend  page.  The  trend  display  shows  the  past  condition  of  process 
variables  and  a  total  of  8  channels  can  be  shown  in  its  data  curve  in  one  page. 
Especially  in  the  trend  display,  the  vertical  bar  and  tracker  icon  are  basically 
furnished  to  change  and  the  status  of  the  channel  in  the  relevant  time  can  be 
confirmed  by  the  simple  manipulation  of  moving  the  vertical  bar  whenever  the  user 
wants  to  do  so  during  the  standard  time  interval. 
2.7.1 Trend Index Display
1.  Trend  index  display  page  number. 
2.  Trend  display  number  icon. 
which  can  go  directly  to  display  no.  2. 
3.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  1.(YELLOW) 
4.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  2.(GREEN) 
5.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  3.(CYAN) 
6.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  4.(BLUE) 
7.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  5.(BROWN) 
8.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  6. 
(DARK  BROWN) 
9.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  7.(PINK) 
10.  Channel  for  trend  curve  no.  8.(PURPLE) 
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2.7.2 Trend Display
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1.  Trend  display  page  number. 
2.  Trend  curve  with  channel  number,  channel  description, 
measurement  range. 
3.  Value  on  the  vertical  bar. 
4.  Vertical  axis:  Percentage  of  measurement  value. 
5.  Horizontal  axis:  Time  interval. 
6.  Left  shifting  vertical  bar. 
7.  Right  shifting  vertical  bar. 
8.  Time  transition  display  for  shifting  vertical  bar. 
9.  Select  time  interval. 
10.  Vertical  bar. 
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2.8 Log Display
The Log display consists of the normal log information and daily log information.
As said earlier, the ACONIS system is divided into normal log and daily log. Normal
log has a function to print out the status of the relevant channel at a stated time
interval among the channels registered on the normal log table, and daily log has a
function to print out the data about the status of the relevant channel stored at a four
hours interval from the previous day in which the user decides to date to the current
time.
The log display indicates both normal log information and daily log information,
and each presents whether the register on the normal log table or daily log table of 32
groups in all, that is, a total of 256 channel, are conducted or not. Normal log
represents the time interval of printing out and daily log represents the starting time of
printing out.
In the register channel on each table, the user' s command is used and some
functions can be set up as follows: log in/out by group, log in/out by channel, log
in/ out of all channels (only normal log), enable/disable to print out.
In the log display the mark "N" means normal log, and the mark "D" shows daily
log. In the mark "N" entry, the time interval value is indicated in case of register,
otherwise shows blank. And in the mark "D" entry the starting time value of printing
out is indicated in case of register, otherwise shows blank.
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1. Log display page number.
2. ChanneL
3. Normal log.
4. log.
5. Log possible charmel : GREEN color.
6. Log impossible charmeI : GRAY color.
7. Daily log printing start time : 0, 4, 8, 20, 24 Hours
- 0 . Disable daily log nr;inti:n
8. Normal log interval time ; 0, 1h, time interval.
- 0 : Disable normal
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2.9 Custom Display
The custom display shows channels registered by customer.
1. Custom display page number.
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2.10 Help Display
The help display shows quick trouble shooting information and also provides the
information on how to correct the individual fault.
2.10.1 Help Index Display
1. Help index display page number.
2. Help display page number icon which can go directly to Help Display NO. 81.
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2.10.2  Help  Di splay 
1. Help display page number.
2. Description of the system alarm.
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3. System Functions
3.1 Status Display
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1. 64 status displays are available.
2. A total of 64 different channels' status appear in a page with detail descriptions.
3. Can go tlirecLly to group di::lplay puse.
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S1.
No.
Display Operation
1 Status overview
1 - Press the numeric status overview
no. (1,2, ....... ) and Status
on or status icon on the monitor
2 Select status display.
1. - the status group
no. icon (11,12,....) with track ball in the
status overview display.
- Or press the numeric status
display no. (11,12....) and press Status on
the board or status icon on the monitor.
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3.2 Group Display
1. A total of 8 different analog or binary channels appear in a group display.
2. Status is indicated by bars, meters, figures, numbers and colors.
3. Can change alarm limits and time delays and can set or clear interlock.
4. Can be entereLl InLo trend di3play.
5. Shows AID errors and sensor faults.
6. Channel Logging onloff in the custom display Group.
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Display
The last display group.
alarm display
Result
1. - Press the numeric
and press
key board or
monitor.
on the
icon on the
1. Click the group no. icon with mouse in 
group index display.
Or the numeric group display
no. (111,1112, ..... ) and press Group
key on the
monitor.
board or Group icon on


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3.3 Alarm Display
   
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1.  Alarm  display  lists  out  the  alarm  events  in  chronological  order. 
2.  Occurrence  time,  channel  number  and  description,  alarm  status  condition,  EAS 
group  number,  etc.  can  be  shown. 
3.  Shows  system  alarm  by  "++++" marks. 
4.  Shows  unacknowledged  alarms  with  blinking  stars. 
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Result Display
No.
1. - Press Alarm display on the keyboard
The last alarm display group. or click the alarm icon with track ball on
the monitor.
1. - Press numeric alarm group display
no. (1,2,3, ..... ) and press Alarm display
display group.
on the or Alarm icon on the
monitor
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3.4 Inhibit Display
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1.  Inhibit  display  lists  out  the  inhibited  alarm  events  such  as  suppress  or  interlock 
events,  in  chronological  order. 
2.  Occurrence  time,  channel  number  and  description,  inhibited  status  condition. 
3.  Shows  suppressed  events  as  blue  color  and  interlocked  events  as  cyan  color. 
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1. - Select any or click the
inhibit display. inhibit icon with track ball on the
monitor.
1. - press numeric display no (1,2, ..... ) and
Select inhibit display group. press inhibit display on the keyboard
or inhibit icon on the monitor.
Display Result
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3.5 Power Display
Automatic synchronizing & load sharings, load dependent start and stop, balanced or
unbalanced load sharing for generators can be performed by the keyboard or the track
ball.
Start and stop, stand-by selection, automatic shut down, diesel oil to heavy fuel
changeover can also be performed for the auxiliary diesel engine.
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1. - Select Power display key on the keyboard
Power control or click the power icon with track ball on
the monitor.
Display Result
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3.6 Graphic Display
1. 64 graphic displays are available.
2. Shows an overview of the process and indicates the current status of valves,
motors, levels and other measurements.
........... 
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Graphic index display.
Result
1. Press on the
icon with track ball
on th monitor.
1. Click the graphic display.
Select VTOlnnw
no. (111,112, ....) icon in the
index display.
- Or press the numeric graphic
no. (111,1l2, ...) and press
key on the keyboard or Graphic icon on the
monitor.
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3.7  Trend  Display 
1.  60  trend  displays  are  available. 
2.  The  trend  display  shows  the  past  conditions  of  process  variables. 
3.  The  standard  time  interval  is  1h,  12h,  24h  or  48h. 
4.  The  vertical  bar  can  be  moved  by  key-board  or  track  ball  and  can  show 
the  value  of  each  channels  at  that  point. 
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Result 
SI. 
No. 
1  index 
2  Select trend 
1.  Press Trend  on the 
or click the trend icon with track ball on 
the monitor. 
1. - Click the trend display 
no.  (1,2, .... ) icon  with track ball in the 
index display. 
Or press the numeric trend 
no.  and press Trend key 
on the keyboard or Trend icon on the 
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3.8  Log  Display 
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1.  Shows  the  normal  log  information  and  daily  log  information  in  a  page. 
2.  Normal  log  information  can  be  shown  with  time  intervals  when  its  channel 
is  logged-in. 
3.  Daily  log  information  can  be  shown  with  check  mark  when  logged-in 
and  can  show  day' s  print  out  time. 
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Result Display
1. - Press the numeric log display no.
Select graphic display. press Log key on the keyboard or Log
the monitor.
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3.9 Custom Display
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1. Custom display shows channels registered by Customer,
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SI.
Result
No.
1. - Press dick the Custom key or icon. 1 Help group
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3.10 Help Display
1.  Help  display  shows  quick  trouble  shooting  information  and  provides  with 
information  on  how  to  correct  the  individual  fault. 
2.  In this  page,  you  can  also  show  the  alarm  window  where  last  existing  alarm 
is  available. 
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Result
1. Press click the icon with mouse
group display.
on the monitor.
1. Click the Help display no. icon with
mouse in the group index on the
monitor.
graphic display.
- Or type the numeric display no and
press on the keyboard or Help icon on
the monitor.
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1.  PID Control
4.1 Introduction
4.1.1  EXPLANATION  OF  PI  FUNCTION 
Operation  of  PI  :  Ak 
The  following  block  diagram  illustrates  the  operation. 
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Local Sel Value
Local/Remote
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1.  Channel  number  and  parameter  change  key. 
2.  Detail  display  change  key. 
3.  Measured  value  (GREEN). 
4.  Set  point  value  (PINK). 
5.  Output  value  (YELLOW). 
6.  Digital  presentation  of  the  LOGIC  set  point  value. 
7.  Digital  presentation  of  the  REMOTE  set  point  value(NO  USE) 
8.  Digital  presentation  of  the  output  signal. 
9.  Digital  presentation  of  the  measured  value. 
10.  Set  LOCAL/REMOTE  setting  point(only  LOGIC). 
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11.  Set  changed  parameter  LOCAL  set  value. 
12.  TREND  curve  measured  value(GREEN). 
13.  TREND  curve  out put  s i goal( YELLOW) . 
14,  TREND  curve  set  point  value(PlNK}, 
15.  Set  AUTO/MANUAL  setting  point(only  AUTO). 
16.  Set  changed  parameter  REMOTE  set  value{no  use). 
17.  Press  the  reset  on  the  CRT. 
T R   ~ T I display(for  PID)  will  be  stop  on  the  monitor. 
18.  Press  on  the 
- TREND  di  ay( for  PlO)  wi  11  start  on  the  monitor, 
time  TREND  di  ay.
19. 
20. 
Password  for  set  controller  ",,,,Y·,,,m,::.t 
21.  Kp  Proportional  coefficient. 
22.  Ki  Integral  coefficient. 
23.  Kd  Di  iation  coefficient. 
24.  shifting  vertical 
25.  Right  shifting  vertical  bar. 
PARAMETER 
Kp 
0.125 0 
1  0.25 
2  0.5 
3  0.75 
4  1.0 
5  1.25 
6  1.5 
7  1.75 
8  2.0 
3.0 9 
10  4.0 
11  6.0 
12  8.0 
13  12.0 
14  16.0 
15  24.0 
and  how  th 
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273.1 
204.8 
136.5 
102.4 
68.3 
51.2 
34.1 
25.6 
17. 1 
12.8 
8.5 
6.4 
4.3 
3.2 
2.1 
Td 

4.8 
6.4 
9.6 
12.8 
19.2 
25.6 
38.4 
51.2 
76.8 
102.4 
153.6 
204.8 
307.2 
409.6 
614.4 
ion  PI 
Ak 
Here, 
Ak  Output  value 
Proportional  ent 
Ai  Measurement  value 
Aj  Set  point  value 
Ti  Integral  coefficient 
PI  function  makes  measurement  ue 
approach  to  the  set  value  within  the 
time. 
Below  we  explain  PI  function,  it's 
ect  parameter  of  PI  according  to  control 
To  make  PI  function 
let  the  kp=3 
o from  the  keyboard. 
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This  two  parameter  value  are  changed  to 
actual  value,  kp=O.75,  ti  8  on
Vol
Set Value <TABLE  1>  in  the  PI  function. 
then  the  function  ;
Kp large
Ak 
Vol Ti  small
In  here,  if let  O.  75  (Ai  be 
proportional  value,  then 
value/32  is  value  and  knows  the 
relation  of  I,  the  amount  value  df  I 
function  now  we  may  trace  the  output  value 
from  simple  PI  function 
CD  The  larger  kp  value,  the  faster  approach  set  value. 
it  means  if  control  will  response  rapidly  according  to  the 
of  changing  value  of  the  Ak,  then  the  kp  val ue  is  more 
if otherwise,  we  better  the  small  kp  value. 
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ue  is  sian  how  much  value  is  accumul  to 
the  Ak  value  according 
of  (Ai 
every  40Oms. 
if s  ue  is  large 
to  the 
r"",nop 
ated  is  1, otherwise  large. 
also  this  value  for  measurement  value  to  be 
set  value  or  dly  near  by  set  value  tion 
Fi  ly  two  kp,  Ti  ue  be  according  to 
kind  of  control 
therefore  the  best  parameter  val ue  for  the  control  is 
decided  by  user  after  several  funning  the 
for  your  typi  ue  of  PI  function  of 
ACONIS  system  is  kp=3.  Ti=10, 
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3.1  MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
FUNCTIONS 
GENERAL  DI SPLAY 
Switch  on  the  power  unit  of  ACONIS-1000 
syst em  or  VIDEO  CLI ENT. 
if  other  display  is  on  the  monitor, 
press  the  Status  key  or  Status  icon. 
Select  a  digit  and  press  the  Status 

display  key  or  Status  icon  on  the  CRT. 
- Test  the  page  icon  pressing  the 
next  page  icon. 

if  we  will  press  previous  page  icon. 
if  we  will  press  last  page  icon. 
KEY COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
DISPLAY 
r--,  r--l 
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Press  the  Group  displ ay  key  or  Group  Function II
i con  on  the  CRT. 
r----l 
--i>  , IGroup
SelEct  a  digit  and  press  the  Group  display 
L ~   O J
key  or  Group  icon. 
ex.  123 
Press  a  Group  no  icon  in  the  Group  index 
display, 
RESULTS 
- Status  index  display  will  now  appear  on  the 
moni tor. 
- The  selected  status  display  (11)  will  appear 
on  the  moni tor. 
Next  page  (3  status  display)  will  appear. 
- Previous  page  (1  status  display)  will 
appear. 
Last  (status  index)  display  will  appear 
to  restore  current  display  to  the  last 
display  again. 
Group  index  display  (1)  will  now  appear 
on  the  moni tor. 
The  selected  group  display  (123)  will  appear 
on  the  moni tor. 
- 1  . 

3.1  INTERFACE 
FUNCTIONS 
Test  the  page  key  by  pressing  next 
function  icon  repeatedly. 
- Select  a  certain  frame  in  a  Group  display  by 
7  I pressi ng  the  CHANNEL  Ch.  1  Ch. 8  or 
channel  no  icon  on  the  monitor. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
r----,
.. 
CHANNEL 
CH.NO  ICON 
r-----l
1111  I
RESULTS 
Next  group  di  (next  page)  is 
displayed  one  by  one. 
- The  selected  frame  will  display  the  parameter 
change  mode. 
- Clear  the  activated  frame  no.  by 
8 I pressing  the  Cancel  key  Ch.l-Ch. 8 or 
Cancel  icon  in  the  parameter. 
- Press  the  Alarm  di  ay  or  ,Harm  function 
icon. 
Check  the  first  steady  alarm  points  that 
previously  by  pressing 
the  previous  function  icon 
         
I Cancel  I Clear  the  parameter  change  mode. 
r----l
- Updated  alarm  display  page  will  appear
I Alarm  I
on  the  moni tor. 
r----l
.....  - Previous  alarm  page  will  appear  one  by  one. 
Press  the  trend  display  key  or  Trend  function  Trend  index  display  (page  1)  will  appear  on 
icon  on  the  CRT.  the  moni tor. 
- 2 -
10 
11 
14 
3.1    INTERFACE 
FUNCTIONS 
12  I - Select  digit  key  and  press  the  Trend  display 
or  Trend  function  icon. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQuENCE  RESULTS 
- The  selected  trend  di spl ay  (45)  wi 11 
1---' 
appear  immediately  on  the  monitor 
1 4  1 51--'>
and  stered  trend  curves  will  be 
currently  updated. 
Last  display  page  wi 11  appear 
on  the  moni tor. 
- Press  the  Graphic  display  key  or  Graphic  Graphic  index  di  ay  will  now  appear 
function  icon.  on  the  moni tor. 
ect  a  digit  and  press  the  The  selected  graphic  display  (111) will 
ay  key  or  Graphic  function  icon.  appear  to  the  monitor. 
ex.  111 
--'>
r-----l
Help  function  icon.  1  Help 
Lei{)-.J 
,-,
ect  the  t  and  press  the  Graphic 
display  or  Graphic  function  icon. 
1  I>
- 3  -
HELP  index  di  wi 11  appear. 
The  selected  graphic  display  i.e  help 
display  (71-88)  will  be  displayed  on  the 
monitor. 
3.1 MAt'/MACHJNE  INTERFACE 
S1.
FUNCTIONS
No. 
- With  3  monitors  available,  select 
displays  as  follows: 
Monitor  1  Status  1 
Monitor  2  :  Group  111 
Monitor  3  :  Alarm  display 
- Simulate  alarm  on  channel  1111. 
i-------
Acknowledge  the  alarm  sound  by  pressing 
the  Sound  key  or  icon  and  Flicker  key  or 
icon. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
 
..---'_. 
- 4  -
RESULTS 
Check  the  foIl owi ng  responses: 
The  alarm  spot  for  the  channel  in  question  on 
the  status  display  will  flash  with  red  color. 
- The  bar  graph  in  frame  1111  on  group  display 
fl ashes  red. 
Alarm  string  including  occurrence  time  will  be 
displayed  on  the  alarm  display. 
Alarm  string  wi 11 appear  on  the  lower  right 
corner  of  the  display. 
- Alarm  printout  indicating  AL  on  the  alarm 
printer 
Audible  alarm 
- The  buzzer  stops  sounding. 
- The  alarm  is  accepted. 
The  relevant  star  stops  flashing. 
* Flicker  acknowledge  is  not  accepted  before 
alarm  sound  is  acknowledged . 
19
3.1 MAN/MACHINE INTERFACE
Turn off the simulated alarm
Check  the BS key by pressing a
tey and the BS key.
KEY  COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS
Status display alarm spots will change to
green color.
Group display bars wi change to white color
(measured value) or green color (digital
input).
Alarm string in the display top as well as
on the alarm display will disappear.
Alarm printer prints the channel address
and no., indicating "OK",
- The last entered digit (3) ( , sign or
decimal point) will be cleared.
,-----1 r-----1
2 1 1 3 I>1 BS 1
3. 1 INTERFACE
FUNCTIONS
Setting of Date and Time
21 I Press the time Locan/Domain key or lo/do
Time function icon.
Press ten digit and Command key or icon
sequencely without any space or point.
Transfer/Cancel of Keyboard Responsibility
To select process-control keyboard,
press the Responsibility security key
or Response icon
and choose keyboard(s) No by entering key(s)
2 to 12 .
Press Command key or icon to execute
transfer.
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE
,-----, ,----,
Local/ I LO.Time/ I 1
Domain I or I DO.Time 1
__J
r----l
I I I 1 I
r----,
I 0 I
1---'
1 2 I
r----,
Command I
ex. 91 IO(M) 15(0) 14(H) 23(M)
1---------,  ,----1
Responsibility I OR
L___   ___
IResponse I
RESULTS
J
91 10 15 14 23 representing the correct
date and time in this order
(YEAR - MONTH - DAY -  HOUR -
will be displayed on the LOWER side
on the monitor
The new date and time will be entered by
pressing COMMAND key.
Seconds start counting from zero at the
instant when COMMAND key is pressed.
Check that the transfer of keyboard
responsibility is executed by checking
that the relevant No. (2-12
appear on the left bottom side on the
monitor.
- Keyboard No.2 can be used for process
control, in addition to keyboard No.1
(Master keyboard).
- 6 -
22
3.  1  MAN/W-\CHINE  INTERFACE
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS
- Check that the cancellation of keyboard
>
To cancel keyboard process-control, responsibility is executed by checking
25 I  press the Responsibility key or Response that the relevant No. (2-12)
icon, disappear.
2 to 12 digit key(s) and Command key or icon. - Keyboard No.2 to be blocked for process
control
Operation  for
OR
  We can consider the calculation of
- Anumber of analog measuring points
liquid-level based on the pressure of
may be configured for entering new
the liquid. This calculation requires
parameters for calculations.
a different value of specific gravity
to be entered when a different liquid
is considered.
Activate current sub-frame in group-
I   
26 I  display, by pressing Ch.No or channel no
ioon.
- The new parameter (e.g. 1.03) is entered
Press the Coefficient key on function
instead of the old programmed parameter (e.g.
group.
1.01), i.e, a value of RAM memory loaded
- Press the digit-keys for the required
from EPROM.
new parameter value.
e.g. 1.03 
- Activate the new parameter by pressing
the Command key or icon.
r--------l 
Responsibility I OR I  Response I 
r------l  r----
I 2(TO 12) I  I  Command
OR
r----,  r---l 
I  0 I  I  3
- 7 -
27 
3.1  MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
FUNCTIONS 
No. 
Operation  of  Trend  Analysis 
The  trend  display  pages  are  I  - 60  numbers 
page and  each  page  has  1,  12,  24,  48  hour 
trend  interval  time. 
Trend  curves  can  be  displayed  for  analog 
inputs. 
Acti'-;ate  the  current  sub-frame  in  the 
group  display,  by  pressing  Ch.NO  or 
channel  no  icon. 
- Press  the  Trend  or  icon. 
- Press  a  suitable  tr€nd  picture  number 
(e.g.  11) and  point  (.). 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
CH.  NO  ICON 
,--, 
OR I 1112  I .')0 
_.). 
(e. g.  11.) 
RESULTS 
The  selected  sub-frame  of  a  analog 
channel  shows  parameter  change  mode. 
- Trend-information  for  this  channel  (1112) 
appears  as  fol 
Information  on  the  content  of  trend 
page  11  is  displayed 
for  this  channel  1112. 
11.1 
11. 2  1211 
11. 3  1611 
11.4  2311
11. 5 
11.6 
11. 7 
11. 8 
27 
3. 1 MAN/MACfUNE INTERFACE
FUNCTIONS 
- Curves  2,  3  and  4  have  been  allocated 
to  other  channels  on  trend  display(ll). 
Curve  1  is  free,  therefore  select  it 
by  pressing  the  digit  1  key. 
The  sequence  is  complete  pressing 
Command  key  or  icon, 
Deleting  a  curve  from  a  trend  display 
is  done  by  us ing  the  same 
sequence, 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
I-----"l "n.  1\0  I CON  Trend 
I Ch.  i
I NO  I OR 
r----I
 
RESULTS 
Information  on  the  selected  sub-frame 
(CH  1112)  is  displayed  as  follows. 
11.1  1112 
11. 1 
11. 2  1211 
11. 3  1611 
11  4  2311 
11. 5 
11.6 
11. 7 
11.8 
Check  that  the  curve  I was  allocated 
to  CH.  NO  1112  on  the  trend  display  (11), 
- The  selected  sub-frams  (e,g,  CH.NO  1112) 
will  Disolav  TREND  Change  mode. 
- Check  that  curve  1  allocated  to 
CH.  NO  1112  has  been  deleted  on  trend 
display  (11). 
- 9  -
30 
3.1 MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
,--
SL 
FLNCTIONS 
'v, 1-1_________________
Operation  of  ACONIS  Data  logger 
- All  channels  of  type  analog  measurements, 
binary  alarms  and  controller  measured 
values  can  be  selected  for  log.
29 
And  two  type  of  LOG  functions  are  provided, 
Normal  Log  which  has  0,  1,  4,  8,  12  or  24 
hours  print-outs  time-interval  and 
Dai  Log  has  0,  4,  8,  12,  16,  20,  24  hours 
time  interval. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
----'>
L __()_J
r----------, --------------------1:           ~ i------
- I\ORMAL  LOG  IN 
SeJect  Normal  LOG  by  pressing  the 
Normal/Daily  Icon  which  is  toggling. 
Press  relevant  key  among  Channel 
Group  In,  All  Channel  or  select  I icon 
after  selecting  icon  among  Chn.,Grp., 
Press  relevant  number.  if all  Channel, 
sldp  it. 
On  the  display 
Press  Command  key  or  icon  to  complete 
the  sequence. 
IChannel  lOR 
ORI  All  Channel  I
I In  I
L-
OR 
----) 
OR  1----'>
r--,  r---l     ~
lehn.  I OR  OR  I All  I ----'> I I I
All. 
RESULTS 
Check  that  actual  channel  number 
e.g.  1111  (or  group  picture  number 
e.g.III  or  all  channels)  has  been  registered 
on  log  display. 
10 
3.1  MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
FUNCTIONS  KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS
I No. 
To  set  time-interval  for  all  registered 
normal  log  channel(s),  press  the  Normal 
key. 
- Press  the  Time  key  or  TIME  icon  on 
30
function  group  and  give  time-interval 
2
either  I,  4,  8,  12  or  24  hours. 
means  no  logged  status. 
Complete  the  sequence  by  pressing 
Commend  key  or  icon. 
r--t-
- To  printout  all  normal  Select  Normal  Log 
or  Daily  Log,  Press  Rgt,  Print  icon 
channels  immediately,  press  the  0  key. 
and  Command  key  or  icon. 
30-

To  printout  all  channel  of  monitoring 
systEm  immediately  press  the 
icon  or  All  Channel  key,  and  Command. 
--?; 
Check  that  the  all  registered  normal 
log  channel  has  been  set  4  hours  on  Log 
display.
,---1
I Log  I
I Time  I --?;  * When  a  new  time-interval  is  selected, 
the  following  will  occur: 
Log  printout  when  the  first  even  hour 
is  reached. 
Log  printout  with  selected  intervals 
OR calculated  from  this  even  hour. 
FUNCTION 
-'>
All  Normal  logged  channels  will  be 
-->  immediately  printed  on  printer. 
- All  channel  of  monitering  system  will  be 
immediately  printed  on  log  printer.
OR  All  Print  --?; 
L_______J 
r------,
I Command  I
L   ~          
11-

3.1 MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
SI. 
No. 
FUNCTIONS  KEY  COMM&"'JD  SEQUENCE 
NORMAL  Channel  LOG  OUT 
The  seqllence  for  removing  a  normal  channel 
(or  all  the  normal  channels  in  one  group 
picture)  from  the  log  is  exactly  the  same 
except  that  the  Out  Key  or  a icon  is  used 
instead  of  IN  Key  or  I  key. 
I
I
1-'>
I ~ ~       l
r----'  I
!  IChn.  I  OR  OR    ~ I I  I _J
r--------l
I Command  I 
r
OR  I 211  I )
r                               ~
-'>  10  OR  4  OR  8  OR  121  -'> 
OR  16  OR  20  OR  241 
Command 
RESULTS 
Check  that  actual  channel  number 
e.g.  1231(or  group  display  number 
e.g.  211)  has  been  logged  out 
log  display, 
12 
3,1  MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
No. 
:31 
31-
FUNCTIONS  KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 

---C>
DAILY  LOG  IN 
- Select  DAILY  LOG  by  pressing  the  Normal/Daily         
., 
toggl mg  key  or  lcon. 
Press  relevant  key  among  CHANNEL  IN, 
GROUP  IN,  ALL  CHANNEL  OR  Select  I  icon 
after  selecting  icon  among  CHN,  ,  GRP.,  ALL. 
- Press  relevant  number.  if  all  Channel,  skip 
it. 
Press  COfvlMAND  key  or  icon  to  complete  the 
sequence. 
- To  Set  the  Daily  log  start  time,  select 
Time  key  or  icon, 
- Press  LOG  TIME  i con  on  the  !viani tor  and 
starting  time  key  among  0,  4,  8,  12,  16 
and  20  and  24. 
- Press  Command  Key  or  icon  to  complete  the 
sequence 
RESULTS 
Check  that  actual  channel  number 
e.g.  1231  (or  group  display  nUmber 
e. g.  211) has  been  logged  out  in  daily 
log  on  log  display, 
I  In  I  I  In  I  I  In  I  I 
'  I 
ORI-c> 
r--l  .  r----l  I
IChn.!  OR  OR  J T  U 
L-CU  L--CU 
Command 
OR  -c> 
 
OR  4  OR  8  OR  1 
lOR  16  OR  20  OR  24 
Command 
- 13  -

3.1 MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
No. 
31 
2
FUNCTIONS 
Dailv  channel  LOG  OlIT 
The  sequence  for  removing  a 
(or  all  the  daily  log  channels. 
picture)from  the  log  is  exactly  the 
except  that  the  Out  key  or 
instead  of  In  Key  or  I icon. 
(see  function  NO  31) 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS 

daily  log  channel 
in  one  group   
L Dn.--!
same  OR  --0
I
0  icon  key  is  usedl'---'
IChn. I OR  OR  I All 
L-O-J
,--------l
I Command  I
- Check  that  actual  channel  number 
e.g.  1231(01'  group  display  number 
e,g.  211)  has  been  logged  out 
log  display, 
OR  4  OR  8  OR  1  .-,> 
lOR  16  OR  20  OR  241
- 14  -
32 
3.1 MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
SL  FUNCTIONS 
  _____________I 
Programming  of  Logging  Counters 
The  counter  frame  can  be  manually  reset  to 
any  desired  start  value  as  follows: 
Press  the  Ch, NO  key  or  channel  no  icon 
on  a  group  display, 
Press  the  Count  key  or  COUNT  icon. 
Press  the  digit  keys  that  represent  the 
desired  start  value. 
Press  C  key  or  icon  to  complete 
the  sequence, 
KEY 
OR 
-
,----1 
I  C  I 
1  1 
l_ inn,
r---, 
I  1 4 

,--, 
1  8  1-
L(!I")-OJ 
OR 
e.g.  1234567.8 
RESULTS 
The  selected  sub-frame  of  a  counter 
channel  will  display  the  parameter  change 
mode. 
- Check  that  the  upper  counter  has  been 
reset  to  1234567.8 
- Check  that  the  counter  channel  reset 
forcibly  has  been  printed  on  log 
printer. 
- 15 
3.1 INTERFACE
SI. 
FUNCTIONS
No.
ANALOG INPUT
1. - Connect one 16 channel analog test box
(analog simulator) to process station
no. 1  - aim16 nO.1
- Set all values to abt. 50%,
(normal condition)
Choose channel no. 1  and adjust simulator
un1il alarm limit high (or low) is reached
2.1  I  2.  - AJarm acceptance by pressing the
acknowledge keys or acknowledge function
i con one by one.
- Adjust simulator to normal condition.
3. Cboose channel no.2 and repeat the
above.
in rapid succession 16 analog
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
r-------l 
I Flicker I 
OR OR
                               
RESULTS 
CHECK 
Alarm print out on alarm printer. 
- Alarm indication on Status, Group and .8..larm
display.
Check alarm string in the above displays.
- Check EAS, group alarm.
Check output(slow down) etc.
- if auto slow-down condition.
- Red flashing indications wi II  go steady red.
- Check if the above alarm was reset to nomal
condition.
- Check trough the same procedure as per above
1-2
* It is recommended to choose a number of analog
channels from the instrument list.
- Check that all alarms are indicated on the
Status, Group and Alarm display and alarm
printer.
- 16 
-------
3.1 MAN/MACHINE INTERFACE
FUNCTIONS
-J.KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE
~ X H   U S T GAS TEMPERATURE
5. - Connect analog simulator to all exhaust 
channels. 
Set all channels to abt. 50% of measureed[ 
area. 
I
6. Set 3 channels to 75% of measured area.
Calculate and simulate deviation alarm
function.
7. - Isolate one exhaust channel and calculate
and perform a simulation of the mean
value calculation and the deviation alarm
function.
To change a high/low limit for an
individual cylinder temp, the procedure is
exactly same as for an ordinary
measurement channel.
( See section 2.5 and 2.6 )
- 17 ~
RESULTS
..--
- The exhaust gas mean value equals the
value.
- Calculate and check the mean value. 
- Check that Cyl. Exh. Deviation alarms are 
indicated on Status, Group and Alarm display 
and alarm printer. 
For one exhaust channel,
- Alarm print out on printer.
Alarm indication on Status, Group and Alarm
display.
3.1 MAN/MACHINE  INTERFACE 
S1
FUNCTIONS
DIGTTAL INPUT
8. Connect one 32 channel digital test box
(digital simulator) to process station
no.1 DIM32 no.1
Set all inputs to normal.
- Choose channel no. I  and set alarm.
9. - Alarm acceptance by pressing the
2.3 
acknowledge keys or function icon on the
CRT.
- reset to normal condition.
10. Choose channel no.2 and repeat the
above.
11. Simulate in rapid succession 32 digital
alarms.
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
r     ~         .
I  Sound I 
OR OR
RESULTS 
CHECK 
Alarm print out on alarm printer. 
- Alarm indicatIon on Status, Group and Alarm
display,
Check alarm string in the above displays.
.. Check EAS,  group alarm,
- Check output(slow down} etc,
if auto slow-down condition.
Red flashing indications will go steady red.
- Check if the above alarm was reset to normal
condition.
- Check as per above.
* It is recommended to choose a number of analog
channels from the instrument list.
Check that all alarms are indicated on the
Status, Group and Alarm display and alarm
printer.
- 18 
2.4 
3. 2  EO- SYSTEM 
FUNCTIONS  KEY  SEQUENCE  RESULTS 
DIGITAl TIME DELAY
12. Choose a digital channel by pressing
the Ch.NO key or channel no icon in
the group display.
- Press the time delay key or icon.
Set time delay to 5 sees by entering
the 5 and Command keys.
13.- Simulate alarm
14. Set to another condition
Set Time Delay to 20 sees by pressing the
Ch.NO or i con, Time De 1 ay • 20
and C keys or icon.
15,  Slmulate alarm
The selected frame no. of a digital
channel will display channel parameter
OR
 
change mode.
I  NO
The selected current time delay is
displayed (e.g. 10) 
-i>-
Check if time delay is changed to 5 sees.
- Cheek time from alarm simulation to

I  5 I-c> 
visual alarm on display:
L60
J
abt. 5 sees.
OR
Check if time delay was set to 20 sees. Time Delay-'

I  0  j-} 
- Check time from alarm simulation to
visual alarm on display:
abt. 20 sees.
- 19 
3.2   SYSTEM
i:T_ FUNCTIONS l=-KEY COf,1,1AND SEQUENCE
CHANGE OF ALARM LIMITS .
I
16.  ChDose a sub-frame wi th analog channel
bypressing the Ch.NO key or
Channel No icon in the
grDup display.
Press the Alarm Low (for alarm low
limit)I
Alarm High (for alarm high limit) key
or icon.
- Press the digit keys representing
2.5
the required new alarm limit
(e.g. 75) and Command key or icon.
17. Adjust(simulate) a measured by value
above existing alarm limit (10-20%).
18.  Alarm acceptance by pressing the
acknowledge Sound and Flicker
or icon one by one.
.
OR 
I ---,
or I Alarm High I
L__Cirr}_O __--.1

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
--, ->
   
- The selected sub-frame of a analog
channel wi11 display channel parameter
change mode.
The selected alarm limit is displayed
(e.g. ALARM HIGH 72)
This is displayed on the bottom side
of the monitor (e.g. CH.NO ALARM HIGH 75)
and
Check if the new alarm limit was set
to 75.
- Green measurement bar changes to red bar
and will flash.
An alarm string will be displayed on
the alarm display.
- An alarm string will apear on the upper
right corner of all display mode.
Red flashing indications wi 11 go 
steady red. 
- 20 -
3. 2   SYSTEM
FuNCTIONS KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS 
INTERLOCK
Channel no icon
19. Activate the current sub-frame by r---l r---,
I Ch, I OR I 1111 I
pressing the Ch.NO key or Channel No
I NO I
icon in the group display.
r---------, r-----l
To change the displayed interlock
IInterlockI --.. I Command I
status, press the Interlock key or
or
icon and Command key or icon.
20. Simulate alarm on the interlocked 
channel. 
2.7
                                                           
21. To change the displayed interlock 
status, press the Ch.NO or Channel NO 
icon, Interlock and Command keys 
or icon one by one. 
22. Drive a channel to alarm condition, 
then activate the interlock function, 
r----,
OR I 1111 I --..
L--O-_J
1ockl ICommand-1

- 21 -
The selected frame no, will display
channel parameter change mode,
If the channel is not interlocked,
INTERLOCK will appear on the display,
Text color: light blue
- Analog frames indicate light blue bar,
The interlocked channel will be displayed
as a light blue text string on the alarm
display,
- Alarm printer prints the text string with
indication "INTLOCK
No alarm will appear in the system,
- The [NTERLOCK indications will disappear.
The channel will remain in interlocked
alarm condition i.e. will not turn to
normal till the alarm is acknowledged.
3.3 EAS SYSTEM
panels.
2  - Pull out card in alarm station. System alarm: "ALARM STATION NO  REPLY"
- Insert MPM  card again and reset _  Fail indications are disappeared except
3 card after reset-off over 0.5 sec by video monitor display,
reset switch,
EGR  W/H Visible and audible watch responsibility
.. )  alarm on, both in W/H and ECR panels. (UMS  cond1tr on
4
-  PressW/H resp. button in ECR panel. 
W/H mode Flickering and W/H panel.
To Select one engineer on duty in ECR panel,  r--, r--------, _Duty engineer indications in all, EAS
.  I   
5  move cursor to the relevant Englneer and L-__J L____J L____J L____J l ___ panels. (e.g. liE duty lamp on)
pressEnter key
ECR W/H - Watch responsibility alarm off, both in
r--l r---l W/H and ECR panels.
6 - Press WIH button in W/H panel. I  II  I  _W/H control indication in W/H and ECR
l ___J
- 23  -
2.8 
3.2  EO-ALARM  SYSTEM 
FUNCTIONS  KEY COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS
- Check  that  the  suppressed  channels  are 
suppressed  and  that  they  are  indicated
SUPRESSION 
as  a  light  blue  color  (bar  or  marker) 
on  the  group  display  according  to  the 
23.  Set  the  process  suppression  group  no.  1 
instrument  list,and  displayed  on  the 
inhibit  display  page. 
and 
- No  alarm  will  appear  in  the  system.
simulate  to  alarm  condition 
24. 
25.  Reset  alarm  condition  of  one  selected 
channel. 
the  process  suppression  group  no. 1 No  change  in  the  system. 
27.  Choose  the  next  process  suppression 
group, 
When  the 
the  suppr 
normal  condi ti onoltJOn. 
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22  -
3.3EAS SYSTEM
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE  RESULTS
ECR WIH - Visible and audible watch responsibility
7 - When W-R transfer required on W/H side, r---, alarm on, both in W/H and ECR panels.
l __J - ECR W-R lamp on in ECR panel,
W/H W-R lamp on in W/H panel
8  move cursor to the relevant Engineer and - Duty engineer indications in all EAS
press Enter key. panels. (e.g. liE duty lamp on)
- Watch responsibility alarm off, both
ECR  WIH in W/H and ECR panels.
9 - Press W/H button in ECR panel. ~   J WIH control indication in W/H and ECR
panels.
- The selected cabin panels shall also be
selected on duty.
TEST ACKNOW
11 - Press ack. button on W/H panel '-I . l_---.l  - WIH buzzer is turned off.
Buzzer in all selected cabin panels
TEST ACKNOW
12 - Press ack. button on duty cabin panel.  ,_, including duty engineer, mess panels
L __ I and W/H panel(if not ack.) are turned off.
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3.3  EAS  SYSTEM 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS 
No. 
'---1
ISound I -'>
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
Flashing  alarm  lamps  in  all  EAS  panels 
- Press  the  acknowledge  Sound  and  Alarm 
are  going  to  steady.
13  keys  or  icon  on  operating  keyboard  on  ECR 
- All  alarm  lamps  in  all  EAS  panels  shall  be 
console. 
turned  off. 
- Buzzer  in  duty  cabin  panel,  mess  panels 
14  - Reset  an  alarm  condi tion  to  normal.  and  W/H panel  are  turned  off. 
15  - Press  ack.  but ton  on  duty  cabin  panel. 
. TEST ACKNOW  Visible  and  audible  alarm  signals  again  in 
acknowledge  keys  on  operating  keyboard  ,-,  r---1
16 . . L J  I Am I all  EAS panels.
on  ECR  console  1n  5  mmutes.  --
ECR  W/H  Visible  and  audible  watch  responsibility 
17  (Manned  Condo  )  ,-,  alarm  on,  both  in  W/H  and  ECR,  panels 
L-__J  _  ECR  mode  flickering  ECR  panel  and  W/H
button  in  ECR  panel.  panel. 
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3.3  EAS  SYSTEM 
18  Press  ECR  button  in  W/H  panel. 

When  W-R  transfer  required  on  W/H  side, 
19  Press  ECR  resp.  button  in  W/H panel. 
20  Press  ECR  resp.  button  in  ECR  panel. 
- Ch€ ck  all  panels  by  using  test  buttons. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
ECR  W/H
1\
L---J 
ECR  W/H
i"-'l 
L-_J 
ECR  WIH 
i-, 
L-_J 
RESULTS 
- Watch  resp.  alarm  are  turned  off. 
No  alarms  shall  reach  the  EAS  system. 
We  are  in  ECR-control 
_  Viside  and  audible  watch  resp.  alarm  on, 
both  in  W/H  and  ECR  panels. 
ECR  mode  display  on  ECR  panel  and  W/H 
panel. 
ECR  W-R  lamp  on  W/H  panel 
Watch  resp.  alarm  off 
No  alarms  shall  reach  the  EAS  system. 
We  are  in  ECR-control. 
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21 
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4.1

3.4  DIAGNOSTICS,  SELF  SUPERVISION 
RESULTS 
1. When the fault of 10SM card of PRo ST.x - System alarm "PR.ST.x. MUX ERROR" is
displayed on the monitor.
- System alarm "PR,ST.x. I/O ERROR" is
t  x 
displayed and sensor fault alarm is
indicated on all channels.
Green and red indicator lights up on the
AIM16 card front by turns.
3. On AIM-16 card: Disconnect one channel
The sensor fault alarm is indicated on the
actual frame in the relevant Group display,
On AIM-16 card: Connect all channels
Green indicator lights up on the AIM16
card front.
4. For stations with DIM8 card: One red indicator lights up on the card
Disconnect one channel on termianl board. front among upper 4 LED lamps and system
(fiB 8) alarm "PR.ST.x. DIM8 ERROR" is displayed.
- System alarm "RES. PH. ST.x. NO REPLY" is
has occured. displayed.
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5.1
3.5 GENERATOR POWER CONTROL
DIESEL STARTER
1.  -Press the power Power key
or Power Function icon on the CRT
-Press digits(41) ofgenerator group no
and the Group key or icon.
2.  -Press the Gen. NO key or relevant
generator icon for the diesel in
question.
-Press the Reset key or Reset icon for
all diesel.
-Press the Command key or icon to complete
the sequence
KEY SEQUENCE  RESULTS
r----,
- Power control display shall be displayed
IPower I
L_-O on the monitor.
r----,
-c;
I4 I
L OJ L
DG NO. ICON
r---,  The selected diesel frame no. will display
OR  IDG I -)-
parameter parameter {change mode.
INO  I
L__
     
The The  system system checks checks 1the status for each

AnginA _.. . Ann .__: back by indicating
"REDAY" on the display ifeverything is
OK then remote control possible is on.
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5.1
3.5  GENERATOR  POWER  CONTROL 
SI. 
No. 
FUNCTIONS 
3.  Wi  th condi Uon  "READY"  as  a  starting 
point, 
- Press  the  Gen. NO,  key  or  relevant  DG  NO
icon  for  the  diesel  in  question. 
4.  Press  the  Start  key  icon  for 
the  diesel  in  question. 
5.  Press  the  Command  key  or  icon  to  complete 
the  sequence 
6.  As  point  4,  but  block  the  running 
feedback  signal. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
---;.
OR 
r------,
I Command  I
RESULTS 
Actual  diesel  frame  no.  w.i  11 display  the 
parameter  change  mode. 
During  starting  sequence,  the  yellow 
square  marker  with  text  "STARTING"  will 
appear. 
When  voltage  is  the  above  350V 
by  the  simulator  or  manually,  the 
display  shall  change  to  "RUNNING"  with 
green  square  marker. 
Starting  time  is  15sec.  If the  above  time 
is  over,  the  indication  "STOPPED"  is 
displayed,  and  "START  FAILURE"  is  also 
displayed  in  the  shutdown  display  area. 
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3.5 GENERATOR POWER CONTROL
7.  - Start the diesel as in point 3-4.
-When "RUNNING" is displayed, stop
5.1  the diesel by pressing the Gen. key or
8. -
I
DG NO icon and the Stop key or icon.
Start the diesel again as in point
3-4 and wait until the display
indicates "RUNNING"
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE  RESULTS
r----, r---l
I Gen. I OR IDG! - '> - See point 3-4.
I NO I INO I
L_!)J
r--, r--------l
IStart! I Command I
The display status text changes to
"STOPPING" (red marker).
Note: The stop sequence can be cancelled
before completion by pressing GEN. NO
or DG NO icon and RESET key or icon.
r----,
IGen. I OR
-i> - When stopped and if no abnormal situation
INa I
is present, the display wi11 indicate
"READY" (green).
- The display shall now indicate "'STOPPED"
-l--?I
and "LUE OIL PRESS L" is displayed
  in the shutdown display area.
OR

See point 3-4.
i
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5.1
3.5GENERATOR  POWER  CONTROL 
SI.  FUNCTIONS
9.  - Let  'Shut  down"  alarm  be  active  and 
press  the  Reset  key  or  con. 
- Make  a  repeated  start  procedure. 
10. Before  setting  a  diesel  in  standby, 
the  Load-dependent  start/stop  function 
must  be  "ON".
- With  "Ready"  in  the  display,  press 
the  Stand  By  key  or  Stand  By  icon 
for  the  diesel  in  question. 
Simulate  load  on  the  generator  so  that 
available  power  is  less  than  the  10% 
of  rated  power. 
11. Remove  "STAr-.'D  BY"  by  pressing  the  Gen. NO 
DG  NO icon  and  press  Stand  By  key  or 
Stand  By  icon  again. 
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE
r---l
OR  IDG I
INO  I
r---, r------l
Command  I
L_ [" ih1JJ  __D _J
V,,-- ","j "I,.
OR  -+
r--------,
-+1 Command  1
L--O--O-1
r--, 
1  Gen.  I  OR  -+
1  NO  I 
,-----,  r----, 
IStand    Command  I 
r--:l 
or 
I Gen.  I OR 
I NO  I

r----l
Command  I 
RESULTS
is  present,  the  display  will  indicate 
"READY"  (green). 
The  assembly  will  now  start,  indicate 
"RUNNING"  and  run  for  15 sec.  until 
suppression  is  lifted. 
The  assembly  will  then  stop  immediately 
and  display  "STOPPED" 
- The  display  wi 11  now  indicate  "READY 
STAND  BY". 
- The  READY  STAND  BY  generator  assembly 
will  start  up  first  of  all. 
The  green  sign  and  "REA.DY"  will  now 
disappear  whi  Ie  "STAND  BY"  is  still 
indicated  and  "STARTING-RUNNING"  will 
be  displayed  in  turn. 
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3.5  GENERATOR  POWER  CONTROL 
FUNCTIONS  KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS 
- The  diesel  in  question  will  now  indicate 
13.Try  to  start  the  locked  diesel.  HBLOCKED"  with  blue  color. 
("BLOCKED"  in  the  Aux.  Diesel  frame) 
1
5
.1
I
14.Remove  the  blocked  condition  at  the  The  blocked  diesel  shall  not  be  able  to 
local  engine  side.  start, 
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5.2
3.5 G E ~ E R   T O R POWER CONTROL
FUNCTIONS KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS
No.
Power control display shall be displayed
on the monitor and make sure that
generator is in manual mode,
- It should be : MANUAL
MANUAL
GENERATOR AUTOMATION
15. - Press the Power key or Power
function icon on the CRT.
After power control display has been
displayed, check generator mode.
16, - Note that only one generator assembly
is in operation with abt, 50% load.
__ l ______________________________________________________________-L__
OFF 
OFF 
OFF 
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3.5  GENERATOR  POWER  CONTROL 
No. 
FUNCTIONS 
17.  Change  generator  mode 
Activate  the  parameter  change  mode  by 
pressing  Mode  key  or  icon  on  the  CRT. 
- Select 
key  or 
a  generator  mode  by  pressing  the 
icon  of  relevant  item. 
Change  mode  by  pressing  Command  key  or 
icon. 
5.2
KEY  SEQUENCE 
- The  mode  will  display  prarmeter  change 
type. 
I
r---------------l
Relevant  item  -7 
        _J 
r-----, 
I Command  i
-- S  (SYNCRONIZING)  AUTO NEW NEW  STATE:
LeJ--O--
J
(LOAD SHAJ
(LOAD  BALI 
(LOAD  DEPENDHIT  START)  AUTO 
(LOAD  DEPENDE \IT STOP)  AUTO 
oOR 
(BUS TIE CONTROL) 
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5.2
3.5  GENERATOR  POWER  CONTROL 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS 
After  a  delay  of  15  sees,  a  new  generator 
assembly  will  start  up,  phase  synchronize 
18.  Simulate  load  on  the  generator  so  that 
and  switch  the  generator  bus  bars. 
avai lable  IDwer  is  less  than  the  10"..6 
- Starting  order:  from  Gen.  no.  1  to  Gen.N. 
of  rated  power. 
but  RE.-\DY  STAND  BY  GEN.  first. 
- After  a  delay  of  15secs,  the  third 
19.  Increase  load  consumption  so  that 
generator  assembly  will  start  up,  phase
available  power  is  less  than  the  10%  of 
synchronize  and  switch  the  generator  bus 
rated  power. 
bars. 
- When  this  load  condition  has  lasted  in  10 
min,  one  generator  assembly  will  off 
load,  disconnect  and  stop. 
In  the  simulator  this  time  is  compressed
20.  Reduce  load  consumption  so  that  available 
to  I  min.  for  demonstration  purpose. 
power  is  more  than  IOOOKW 
- After  1  min.  the  generator  assembly  will
(If the  rated  power  of  each  generator  is 
be  gradually  off  loaded.
BOOKW  respectively. ) 
(This  delay  is  normally  10 mins.  ) 
- After  being  fully  off  loaded,  the 
generator  assembly  will  run  10  mins, 
before  it  stops. 
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I
3.5  GENERATOR  POWER  CONTROL 
REMARKS
21.  - SYNCHRONIZATION 
- LOAD  SHARING 
- LOAD DEPENDENT  START/STOP
--BUS TIE CONTROL
Controls  generator  frequency,  and  checks  voltage,  frequency  and  phase. 
It  connects  the  respective  generator  to  the  main  bus-bars  when  these  parameters 
are  satisfactory. 
Incorporates  control  of  main  bus-bar  frequency  and  generator  load. 
When  the  UNBALANCE  function  is  on,  the  main  generator  will  take  80%  of  the  load  while 
the  other  generator  is  topping  up. 
Monitors  the  difference  between  the  power  available  and  the  pre-set  power-available 
limits  for  starting  and  stopping  of  stand  by  generators. 
When  MODE is  "AUTO"  but  tie  is  auto-control. 
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6.1
3.6 BALLAST CONTROL
1.
PLMP/MOTOR CONTROL
(GROUP DISPLAY)
Select Group picture with motor or pump
on one monitor, and a corresponding
Graphic picture on the other monitor.
Acti"ate the current sub-frame by pressing
the Ch.NO key or channel no icon.
3,  To put motor in stand-by, press the Stand By
key or Stand By icon on motor group and
press the Command key or icon to complete
the sequence.
i
4.  To return pump/motor to Manual,
repeat 2-3
The
--------------------------------------4--
5.  - Repeat 2.
-  S1art the motor/pump by pressing the Start
Key or icon on motor group.
-  Close the
FUNCTIONS KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE
CHANNEL NO ICON
OR
CHANNEL NO ICON
Ch. OR I I 'II I I
 
  __[)_J
CHANNEL NO ICON
DR --+ 117111
L_-O_J
--+
L-6--0-
J
feed-back
RESULTS
- The selected frame no. will display
parameter change mode.
Observe the MANUAL is off(grey color)
and STAND-BY is selected (green color)
Observe the STAND-BY is off(grey color)
and MANUAL is selected (green color)
-  Observe motor running.
- Observe RUNNING bar color change to
yellow (from grey) and STOPPED bar color
change to grey
38
6.1
3,6 BALLAST CONTROL 
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS 
6. Stop the motor/pump by reversing 5,
7. Try to start the motor manually in
STAND BY mode.
signal which indicates that you are only
able to run the motor locally and that
control from the keyboard is blocked.
9. - Activate the current sub-frame of
2-speed motors.
To start the motor in the low-speed
mode, repeat 5.
CHANNEL NO I COl\
OR r-17111
L-O_J
r-Stop-1-,
L[)(1-
J
The same procedure as for a
on 5.
- Observe motor stopped.
Observe STOPPED BAR COLOR change to yellow
and RUNNING BAR COLOR change to grey.
- No change
Note: In the manual and no-blocked
condition only, the start or stop
of motor is available from the
keyboard.
- Local/blocked color marker
Local is indicated in green when
a local signal is received externally.
CHANNEL NO ICON
The activated frame will initially
OR     indicate that the motor is ready to
start in the low-speed mode.
Observe motor running in the low-speed
mode.
r-Startl '
- Observe the color change to green and
the text change to LOW SPEED RUNNING.
L-OtJ_J
I
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3.6  BALLAST  CONTROL 
81.
FUNCTIONS 
10. To  change  to,  or  start  in  the  high-
speed  mode,  activate  the  current 
sub-frame. 
Press  the  Cursor-key  with  the  right-
pointing  arrow. 
To  start  the  motor,  press  the  Start 
key  or  icon  on  motor  group. 
6J 
11.- To  change  from  HIGH  to  LOW  speed  mode, 
press  the  Ch.NO  key  or  Ch.  NO  icon 
and  the  cursor-key  with  the 
left-pointing  arrow. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
- The  display  arrow  moves  from  LOW  (    ) 
r--, r------, 
CHANNEL  NO  ICON 
to  HIGH  ( r )
ICh.  I OR  I 1711  I -"7
INO I
- Observe  motor  running  in  the  high-speed 
mode. 
,---,  ,
I Start  1- Command  I
- Observe  the  color  change  to  green  and 
the  text  change  to  HIGH  SPEED  RUNNING. 

CHANNEL  NO  I CON 
The  display  arrow  moves  from  HIGH  (  r )
r----, 
OR  ,  1711  I --7 -"7 
to  LOW  (    ) 
NOTE:  The  stop,  blocking  and  stand-by 
functions  operate  in  the  same  way 
r------, 
as  for  a  single-speed  motor.
I Command  I
- 40 
I
6.2
3.6 BALLAST CONTROL
  ... -
FUNCTIONS  KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS
 
PUMPI MOTOR CON'TROL
(GRAPHIC DISPLAY)
12.Select Graphic with motor or pump
on one monitor, and a corresponding
Group picture on the other monitor.
13.- To activate the channel no. of motor!
pump, Click the channel no icon with
on the graphic display one by one.
14.  To put motor in stand-by, press the STAND BY
or icon on motor group.
-press key or icon to complete the
sequence
CH.NO ICON
- Channel no 1151 on graphic picture shall
'-----1
I 1151 I
display the parameter change mode.
--+
The Manual bar color change to grey and
Stand By bar color change to green.
r-Comm;dl
__O-.J
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6.2 
3.6  BALLAST  CONTROL 
-- -- ----- -------,---------------,
FUNCTIONS  KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE  RESULTS 
  ~ .... _.. _ ....- .... _.- .... _.. -
15;To  return  pump/motor  to  manual  control 
mode,  I
repeat  13-14. 
16.  - To  activate  the  channel  no  of  motor, 
repeat  13. 
- Start  the  motor  by  pressing  the  Stand  By 
key  or  icon  on  motor  group. 
Press  Command  key  or  icon  to  complete  the 
sequence. 
Close  the  running  swi tch. 
17.Stop  the  motor/pump  by  reversing  16  and 
open  the  running  switch. 
CH  NO  ICON 
- Channel  no  1151  sha11  di spI ay  parameter 
change  mode. 
r-----l Gre8n  Stand  By  bar  Color  change  to  grey 
1  Command  I 
and  Manual  bar  color  change  to  green. 
Channel  no  1151  shall  blink.
CH  NO  ICON 
r-----,  - Observe  active  signal  on  digital  output 
,  Start  ,    ~
card  (DOM  16). 
r-----' 
I Command  I
- Running  Bar  Color  change  to  yell  from 
The  feed-back  signal  is  updated. 
grey) 
CH  NO  ICON 
r----l
----0;
,  1151  1----0;
- STOPPED  bar  color  chaange  to  yellow 
from  grey. 
L--O-.J
,------, 
I  Start  1----0;
IS. Try  to  start  the  motor  when  it  is 
No  response.
,------,
selec1ed  as  STAND  BY. 
I Command  I
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I
3.6  BALLAST  CONTROL 
CH  NO  ICON 
,------1 
I  Stand  By  1·--')0
Green  Stand  By  bar  Color  change  to  grey 
and  Manual  bar  color  change  to  green. 
i 19. Set  to  manual  and  give  start  command, 
but  not  running  feed-back. 
CH  NO  ICON 
11151-1---')0 
After  12.8sec.  alarm-spot  'Aill  appear 
6.2 
 
beside  motor  symbol. 
CH  NO  ICON 
r------,
---')0
I 1151  I
20. Gi ve  reset  command.  - Alarm  spot  disappears.
,------,
I Command  I
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3.6 BALLAST CONTROL
..--
FUNCTIONS
(GROUP DISPLAY)
21.Select Group picture with valve control
on one monitor, and a corresponding
Graphi picture on the other monitor.
Single or Double Acting Valve
(O'JIOH Valve)
22.Activate the current sub-frame by pressing
Ch.NO key or Ch. NO icon.
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE RESULTS 
DR -i>' - The selected frame no. will display the
L--O-J parameter change mode.

Manua]/Auto key or Manual/Auto icon in the MANUAL/AUTO
display on valve group.
-) rCommand-l
-Press Command key or icon to complete
l----!j-O---J L-6--0-J
sequence.
CHANNEL NO JCON
'---1
OR I 1151 I -)
L-O_J
24.Reset the valve to manual by repeating
22-23, MANUAL/AUTO
-7 fCommand-l
  _J
- 44
Observe MANUAL/AUTO change in group and
graphic picture.
Observe the text change to Manual bar
color yellow and AUTO bar color change
to grey.
6.3
3.6 BALLASTCONiROL
FUNCTIONS
25. Activate the current sub-frame.
- Open the valve by pressing the Open
key or icon in the display on valve
group.
-  Press Command to complete the sequence.
Switch open the "Closed" end switch.
-  Activate the current sub-frame.
- Close the valve by pressing the Cloae
key or icon on valve group in the
display.
-  Switch closed the "Open" end switch.
27.- Repeat 25, but take away open feed-back
signal.
28.- Try to open the valve manually in
automatic position.
KEY COMMAND SEQUENCE
CHANNEL NO ICON
OR iU51-1
L__-O_J 

 
The open feed-back signal is updated,
CHMNEL NO I CON
OR r-u511 
L__-O-.l 
r-
 
The closed feed-back signal is updated.
CHANNEL NO 1CON 
OR r-1l51l --..
L_-O_J 
[Open-1->
L__\']l)-.J L__
CHANNEL NO ICON
rCh.l OR rl151l --..
iNO I  L-O_J 
UfiTrl_J 
\-J

L-eJO-.J L-tJ--O_
J
- The selected channel no, will display the
parameter change mode.
Openning bar wi 1] f1 ash.
When the open limit switch has operated,
the flashing bar will disappear.
- Valve goes from closed to open.
Observe OPENED bar color change to yellow.
The selected channel no. will display the
parameter change mode.
- Colsing bar wi11 flash.
When the cl osed Ii mit switch has
operated, the flashing bar will disappear.
-  Observe CLOSED bar color change to yellpw.
-  Openning bar flashed on group picture.
- Valve display does not go to open
position until a open feedback signal
is received from the end switch.
-  Alarm will come after abt. 100 sees.
- 'lo change.
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6.3 
3.6BALLASTCONTROL 
- -- - - -----,
ON/OFF  Valve 
(With  analog  reading) 
29.- Put  the  valve  in  manual  control  by 
pressing  the  key  or  Manual/A.uto 
icon  in  automatic  position. 
- To  close  the  valve,  press  the  Close 
or  icon  on  valve  group. 
St()P  the  val ve  traveI1 ing  by  activating 
sub-frame  again  and  pressing  the  Travel  Stop 
key or  icon  on  val ve  group. 
- To  open  the  valve,  the  same  procedure 
is  used  except  that  the  Open  key  or 
icon  must  be  pressed  instead  of  the  Close 
key  or  Close  icon, 
CHANNEL  NO  ICON 
OR  r-11511 
L--O-J 
         

Manual/Auto  I
L____(:1- O---.l
-4
L_;:J--O-1 
CHA.NNEL  NO  ICON 
OR  --'> 
 
     
CHANNEL  NO  ICON 
OR  11151-1  -) 
L_-O....J
--'> 
L_rTI {)-.l
__r-
,------,  r--,  ,----,  ,----, 
I  Ch.  IOR11l511·  IOpenl--'>ICommandi 
I NO  I I I I I
'--1  ,---1  '----1  ,---,
I  Ch.  IORI11511-+ITravell--"ICommandi 
I  NO  I  I I  I  I 
Observe  the  text  change  to  manual  and 
the  color  change  to  yellow. 
- The  selected  channel  no.  will  display  the 
parameter  mode, 
Closing  bar  will  flash. 
The  %  opening  is  updated  in  the  %  window. 
The  valve  stops  travelling  and 
the  valve  open  status  is  displayed 
in  the  %  window. 
- The  selected  channel  no,  will  display  the 
parameter  mode. 
Openning  bar  will  flash  instead  of 
CH-NO, 
The  %  opening  is  updated  in  the 
%  window. 
- The  val ve  stops  trave11 i ng  and 
the  vnlve  open  status  is  displayed 
in  the  % window. 
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3.6 BALLAST CONTROL
FUNCTIONS
VALVE CONTROL
(GRt'PHIC DlSPLAY)
Ult:::  \lVll,..l1  VOlVO  \..,VUL.lUl 
on one monitor and a correspondIng Group
other monitor.
CH NO lCO"l
6.4 31.To a:tivate the value channel, click the  r---, _ Channel no 1151 on graphic picture shall
channel no icon with mouse on the graphic I 1151 I display the parameter change mode.
display,
32,Press the Manuall}\uto key or Manual/Auto icon r-------, ,------1 _Valve turns to auto yellow" M"
C d t 1 t Manual/Auto 1-'> I Command I " "
on 'Valve group and press omman 0 comp e e change over to green A
,rho
the sequence,
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6.4
3.6  BALLAST  CONTROL 
FUNCTIONS 
33, To  return  valve  to  manual,  repeat  31-32, 
Repeat  31,  to  activate  the  current 
channel  no, 
- Open  the  valve  by  pressing  the  Open 
key  or  Open  icon  on  valve  group. 
Give  open  limit  switch  signal  for 
feed-back  signal. 
35.  Take  away  open-signal. 
- Repeat  31,  to  activate  the  current 
channel  no, 
Close  the  valve  by  pressing  the  Close 
key  or  Close  icon  on  valve  group. 
KEY  COMMAND  SEQUENCE 
NO  ICON 
rl15il  _ 
-
L__-OJ 

ch  no  icon 
1t15l-1  -> - rc;;mmandl
L_-OJ 
r
I
Ich  no  icon 
I rl151-1-"  IClose-1-
I L_-OJ  L_-i!1JO-J 
\.
 
RESULTS 
- Back  to  manual 
- The  selected  channel  no.  (1151)  will  flash. 
- Openni ng bar  wi II flash. 
Observe  open  signal  active  on  digital 
output  card  (DOM  16). 
- Valve  symbol  change  from  white  to  green. 
- Valve  symbol  to  white.  and  red  alarm-spot. 
- Time  delay  before  alarm  is  dependent  on 
conf igura t ion. 
Open  signal  deactivated  if  single  acting 
valve. 
Close  signal  active  if 2  solenoid 
(double  act ing)  valve. 
Alarm-spot  disappears. 
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6.4
3.6 CONTROL
81.
NO ICON OPEN
36.Give Dpen command when valve is in auto.
-+   - No response.
An Adjustable ON/OFF Valve
(with analog reading) - 63 1 r;:;C-----:ld The selected channel no.
,
r
10 Ren I ommandl
L--OJ LO-I)J (1063) will display the parameter mode.
37.-  Gi'Ve open command when valve is in - Openning bar will flash.
manual control. (Refer to functions 29) - Observe that analog reading changes.
no icon
r-----1 r----,
- The valve stops trave11 i ng and
i 1053 1-"" ICommandI
the valve open status is displayed
L__I)J
Stop valve travelljng. in the % window.
ch no icon
,---, r----, ,-----1
- The selected channel no.
1 1063 I -+ I Close ICommandI
(1063) will display the parameter mode.
T
Lf'j-O-J
Gjve close command to close a valve. Closing bar wi11 flash instead of
L d''d . 1 ch no icon
I.e proce ure lS 1 entlca except  CH-NO.
that the Close key or Close icon must be   r------i r----i - Observe that analog reading changes
1 1063 I -* ITravel I Command1
in the % window. pressed instead of the Open key or OPEN
icon.
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