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800xA System
System Version 5.0

Utility Library for AC 800M


Function Description
for Process Object
sepMotValveM
Motor valve dig control (open/close/stop)

ABB Utilities GmbH

IndustrialIT
Utility Library for AC 800M
Version 5.0.2

Function Description
for Process Object
MotorValve

Motor Valve Dig Control (Open/Close/Stop)

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Table of Contents
1.

GENERAL .......................................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.1
1.2

2.

INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................ 8
CONCEPT ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION....................................................................................................................................... 9
2.1

2.1.1
2.1.2

DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................... 9

2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8

Standard alarms ................................................................................................................... 11


Standard events.................................................................................................................... 11

3.

COMMANDS ............................................................................................................................................................... 12
HOW TO USE THE MODULE ......................................................................................................................................... 13
CONNECTING INTERNAL ALARMS.............................................................................................................................. 14
CONNECTING EXTERNAL ALARMS............................................................................................................................. 15
MODE AND POINT OF CONTROL (POC)....................................................................................................................... 16
MONITOR / TAG-OUT RETURN MODE.......................................................................................................................... 17
OBJECT PARAMETERS ................................................................................................................................................ 18

PROCESS SIGNALS ....................................................................................................................................................... 21


3.1

PARAMETERS FOR SUPERVISORY PROGRAMS ............................................................................................................. 22

3.1.1
3.1.2
3.2

Orders to the object from supervisory programs................................................................. 22


Status of the object to supervisory programs ...................................................................... 23

4.

DATA TYPES FOR INTERACTION AND STATUS ............................................................................................................. 23

PRESENTATION AND HSI ........................................................................................................................................... 27


4.1

DISPLAY SYMBOL-PRESENTATION ............................................................................................................................ 27

4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.2

Field 1: Indication of the operating location or control mode............................................. 27


Field 2: running arrow ......................................................................................................... 28
Field 3: Indication of the interaction state........................................................................... 28
Field 4: Display Symbol (e.g. valve)................................................................................... 29

5.

GRAPHIC ELEMENT SEPMOTVALVEM DISPLAY ELEMENTX ..................................................................................... 32

FACEPLATES.................................................................................................................................................................. 35
5.1

NORMAL FACEPLATE ................................................................................................................................................. 35

5.1.1

Optional Display in Normal Faceplate ................................................................................ 36

5.2

5.2.1

REDUCED FACEPLATE................................................................................................................................................ 41

Optional Display in Reduced Faceplate .............................................................................. 42

5.3

5.3.1

EXTENDED FACEPLATE .............................................................................................................................................. 43

Optional Display in Extended Faceplate ............................................................................. 44

6.

OBJECT PROPERTIES.................................................................................................................................................. 46

7.

OPERATOR NOTES....................................................................................................................................................... 47

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Table of Tables
TABLE 1-1. TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL .......................................................................................................... 7
TABLE 2-1. EXAMPLE ACOF ALARMS .............................................................................................................................................. 14
TABLE 2-2. MOTORVALVE OBJECT PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................ 20
TABLE 3-1. MOTORVALVE PROCESS SIGNALS .................................................................................................................................. 21
TABLE 3-2. MOTORVALVE IO SIGNALS............................................................................................................................................ 21
TABLE 3-3. ORDERS FROM SUPERVISORY PROGRAMS ....................................................................................................................... 22
TABLE 3-4. SEPMOTVALVESO ........................................................................................................................................................ 22
TABLE 3-5. SBPMOTVALVESO ........................................................................................................................................................ 23
TABLE 3-6. SBFTOTALALSPAR ........................................................................................................................................................ 23
TABLE 3-7. STATUS OF THE OBJECT TO SUPERVISORY PROGRAMS ..................................................................................................... 23
TABLE 3-8. SEPMOTVALVEIPAR ..................................................................................................................................................... 24
TABLE 3-9. SBPMOTVALVEIPAR ..................................................................................................................................................... 24
TABLE 3-10. SEPMOTVALVESPAR................................................................................................................................................... 25
TABLE 3-11. SBFMOTVALVESPAR................................................................................................................................................... 26
TABLE 4-1. INDICATION OF THE OPERATING LOCATION.................................................................................................................... 28
TABLE 4-2. RUNNING ARROW .......................................................................................................................................................... 28
TABLE 4-3. INDICATION OF THE INTERACTION STATE ....................................................................................................................... 28
TABLE 4-4. DISPLAY SYMBOL .......................................................................................................................................................... 29
TABLE 4-5. SEPMOTVALVEM DISPLAY ELEMENT ............................................................................................................................ 31
TABLE 4-6. CONFIGURATION GRAPHIC ELEMENT SEPMOTVALVEM................................................................................................. 32
TABLE 4-7. CONFIGURATION GRAPHIC ELEMENT SEPFLAPMOTVALVE ............................................................................................ 33
TABLE 4-8. CONFIGURATION GRAPHIC ELEMENT SEP3WAYVALVEMOTVALVE ................................................................................. 34
TABLE 5-1. OPTIONAL DISPLAYS FOR NORMAL FACEPLATE ............................................................................................................. 40
TABLE 5-2. OPTIONAL DISPLAYS FOR REDUCED FACEPLATE ........................................................................................................... 42
TABLE 5-3. OPTIONAL DISPLAYS FOR EXTENDED FACEPLATE.......................................................................................................... 44

Table of Figures
FIGURE 2-2. MOTORVALVE COMMANDS AND FEEDBACK ................................................................................................................. 10
FIGURE 2-3. CONNECTING EXTERNAL ALARMS ............................................................................................................................... 15
FIGURE 4-1. OBJECT GRAPHIC DISPLAY SYMBOLS .......................................................................................................................... 27
FIGURE 4-2. GRAPHIC ELEMENT SEPMOTVALVEM ......................................................................................................................... 32
FIGURE 4-3. GRAPHICELEMENT SEPFLAPMOTVALVE .................................................................................................................... 33
FIGURE 4-4. GRAPHIC ELEMENT SEP3WAYVALVEMOTVALVE ......................................................................................................... 34
FIGURE 5-1. NORMAL FACEPLATE .................................................................................................................................................. 35
FIGURE 5-2. ADDITIONAL MOTOR CURRENT AND SPEED DISPLAY IN NORMAL FACEPLATE .............................................................. 36
FIGURE 5-3. REDUCED FACEPLATE ................................................................................................................................................ 41
FIGURE 5-4. ADDITIONAL MOTOR CURRENT AND SPEED DISPLAY IN REDUCED FACEPLATE ............................................................ 42
FIGURE 5-5. EXTENDED FACEPLATE .............................................................................................................................................. 43
FIGURE 5-6. ADDITIONAL MOTOR CURRENT AND VALVE POSITION DISPLAY IN EXTENDED FACEPLATE ............................................ 44
FIGURE 5-7. OPTIONAL DISPLAY TABS............................................................................................................................................ 45
FIGURE 6-1. OBJECT PROPERTIES .................................................................................................................................................. 46
FIGURE 7-1. OBJECT OPERATOR NOTES ......................................................................................................................................... 47

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About this Book


This User Manual provides the Function Description with information about the Object Package Motor
valve dig control (open/close/stop), which is part of the Utility Library for AC 800M. The information in
this User Manual is directed towards the categories sales, sales support, engineers, customers and endusers.
The reader should be familiar with the 800xA Connect for AC 800M and the Process Portal environment,
as the Object Package described in this Manual is based on these products.

Terminology
A complete and comprehensive list of Terms is included in the IndustrialIT Extended Automation System
800xA, System Guide - Functional Description (3BSE038018Rxxxx) instruction. The listing included in
Engineering Concepts includes terms and definitions as they apply to the 800xA system where the usage
is different from commonly accepted industry standard definitions and definitions given in standard
dictionaries such as Websters Dictionary of Computer Terms.
Terms that uniquely apply to this instruction are:
Term

Description

Acof

Automatic check of feedback

Blocking Alarm

Type of alarm setting in Utility Library that, if activated,


will result in ignoring the current command setting of an
object and force it to its Safe State.

Edit type parameter

A change from edit to run with download is necessary to


notice a change in this parameter type.

HSI

Human System Interface.

Init type parameter

A total initialization of the controller without the cold


retain values is necessary to effect a change in this
parameter type.

MCC

Motor Control Center.

POC

Point of Control, current workplace that has control over


an object excluding all other stations.

Table 1-1. Terms and abbreviations used in this manual

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1. General
1.1 Introduction
The Utility Library for AC 800M, available for the 800xA products and based on the AC 800M
controller, includes an extensive range of different Object Types, also called Object Packages. The
Object Package simplifies documentation and implementation of application software. Also
included in the Utility Library are functional packages, which are not related to specific objects, but
which are more function oriented, such as group control etc.
The Utility Library available for the AC 800M controller follows the following normative IEC and
ISO documents:
IEC 60073
IEC 60417
IEC 60447
IEC 60617
IEC 61131
IEC 61175
IEC 61346
IEC 61997
ISO 7000

Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and identification
Coding principles for indication devices and actuators
Graphical symbols for use on equipment
Man-machine interface (MMI) Actuating principles
Graphical symbols for diagrams
Programmable controllers
Designations for signals and connections
Industrial systems, installations and equipment and industrial products
Structuring principles and reference designations
Guidelines for the user interface in multimedia equipment for general-purpose use
Graphical symbols for use on equipment Index and synopsis

This document describes the functionality of the sepMotValveM (Motor valve dig control,
open/close/stop) of the Utility Library for AC 800M in terms of functionality that can be provided.
The purpose of this document is to give the customer, engineer and implementer of this object
package information about the powerful library of predefined Object Packages and Function
Packages, in order to provide all the information necessary for the use of the different Object
Packages.

1.2 Concept
The Process Objects are Object Types, or Object Packages (OP), designed for the control of objects
(motors, valves etc.) in different processes.
The Object Package is standardized to a high degree to simplify the work of design, implementation
and documentation of presentation, dialog and control logic. The Object Package has many options
in its functionality, which makes it adaptable for many applications.

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2. Functional Description

2.1 Description
The MotorValve provides a basic module for an open/close motor valve with a stop option. The
module is equipped with two command outputs, two position feedback signals, two torque signals
and a general motor running feedback. The output commands OpnCmd and ClsCmd will be reset on
reaching the respective position feedback or in combination with a torque signal depending on the
chosen configuration.
When the ValveType includes the stop command, the stop command will reset both the OpnCmd
and the ClsCmd and the valve will be in an intermediate position indicated by the absence of any
feedback signals. To safeguard the motor from directly switching over from open to close or visa
versa the object is equipped with two delay times. The timer will be set when the active command is
reset and during this time the counter command will be suppressed.
Manual commands are pulsed, Auto commands offer the choice between pulsed or maintained
signals and the hardware panel commands are continuous and edge sensitive. The manual, auto and
panel commands will only be executed when the permissions OpnPerm, ClsPerm and StopPerm
respectively are present.
The Process and Safety commands are continuous and will override manual, as well as auto and
panel commands. Both the Process and Safety commands are not restricted by the permissions and
Safety commands have precedence over Process commands.
The motor valve is equipped with two command outputs, OpnCmd and ClsCmd, these outputs are
pulsed as standard (output is reset on receiving corresponding feedback/torque).
The MotorValve has a number of functions that can be configured by changing the parameter
connections of the object. The object can act as an open/close or as an open/close/stop valve.
The MotorValve has a fixed set of alarms that are most common to the function of the object and
are to be enabled through the parameter connections. The object offers the possibility to add
instance specific alarms by means of external alarms.

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ManOpn ManCls ManStop


OpnPerm
ClsPerm
StopPerm
AutoOpn
AutoCls
AutoStop
ProcOpn
ProcCls
ProcStop
SafOpn
SafCls
SafStop
PanOpn
PanCls
PanStop

OpnCmd
ClsCmd

M
FBOpn
FBCls
TqCls
TqOpn
FBOn

Figure 2-1. MotorValve Commands and feedback


The object is equipped with two individual position feedbacks for each position open or closed,
additionally torque inputs are also available that can also terminate the command in combination
with the feedback signals, several configurations are possible some in combination with a torque
alarm, see Commands chapter for more information.
The object is equipped with an InteractionPar parameter (sepMotValveIPar) to provide a command
interface.
The object collects relevant information in a Status structure (sepMotValveSPar) that is available as
a parameter.

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2.1.1 Standard alarms


The sepMotValve is equipped with a number of standard alarms:
Acof Open, Open command failure, no feedback in set time
Acof Close, Close command failure, no feedback in set time
Acof On, Motor start command failure, no feedback in set time
Torque Open, Torque open detected before prepare to stop
Torque Close, Torque close detected before prepare to stop
Congruency, Feedback position failure, feedbacks are in a illegal position for set time
Motor feed, Motor control center error (failsafe)
MCC feed, Motor control center operating voltage error (failsafe)
Valve not healthy, the healthy status input of the valve has failed (failsafe)

2.1.2 Standard events


The sepMotValveM is also equipped with a number of standard events:
Mode change, logs the change in mode in From -> To format
POC change, logs the change in Point of control in PoC = x format
Feedback Open, logs when the feedback open is set
Feedback Close, logs when the feedback close is set
Feedback On, logs when the feedback on of the motor is set
Stop, logs when the valve has been stopped, only valid for Open/Close/Stop valve

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2.2 Commands
The command, OpnCmd or ClsCmd, will be set when the module detects a rising edge in the conditions
that result in a command e.g. ManOpn/Cls, AutoOn/Off, Safety commands and presence of blocking
alarms. The command is terminated when the corresponding feedback and/or torque signal has been
received (configurable).
The following torque configurations are possible:
0, the command is terminated when either the feedback or the corresponding torque is received,
e.g. FBOpn OR TqOpn.
1, the command is terminated when both feedback and corresponding torque is received, can be
used to be sure the valve has completely entered its seat. E.g. FBOpn AND TqOpn. This mode
does not distinguish between the order the signals are received, they just must both be set.
2, one torque signal is used for both feedbacks (TqOpn) and the command will terminate if either
feedback or TqOpn is received, e.g. FBCls OR TqOpn.
3, Prepare and Terminate in both directions, in this mode the feedback has to be received first,
which prepares the object to stop and then the torque for that feedback (Opn/Cls) needs to be
received to terminate the command. If the torque is received before the feedback the command is
also terminated and a torque alarm is generated. If the signals are received in the proper order no
alarm is generated.
4, Prepare and Terminate for close only, in this mode prepare and terminate is valid for the close
direction only, the open command will terminate on FBOpn. Torque close will generate an alarm
if received before feedback close.
5, Prepare and Terminate for open only, in this mode prepare and terminate is valid for the open
direction only, the close command is terminated on FBCls. Torque open will generate an alarm if
received before feedback open.
The type of the Torque alarms is set to 1, normal none blocking, since it must be possible to operate the
object in the opposite direction after the alarm has been raised.
When the valve has been configured as a Stop valve the stop command also terminates the currently
active command.
When a contradicting command is given during the execution of a command (command is active) the
command will also be terminated and the other command will be issued when the delay time for
switching between commands has expired (timer is started when command is given).

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2.3 How to use the module


The MotorValve is a basic module that has to be placed in an application and given a new unique
instance name (e.g. MV1000).
After placing the motor valve in the application program the following items need to be considered.
1. Connect its Name, Description and Class.
2. Determine the values of the configurable parameters either by connecting a literal value, leave
them unconnected or by connecting an application specific project constant. Connecting
project constants to unused parameters will save memory because there is no separate variable
for each parameter. Leaving parameters unconnected will create a new variable with a default
value for each unconnected parameter.
3. Determine the ValveTyp, 0, Open/Close; 1, Open/Close/Stop. This also determines the layout
of the faceplate of the MotorValve object in the Process Portal.
4. Determine which alarms are to be used and if they are an alarm or a warning. Set the severity
and filter time of the used alarms to the appropriate value and disable any alarms not used by
setting their define parameter to false. Do not forget to connect MainFeed and LineFeed in
order to enable alarms. Not connecting MainFeed or LineFeed could suppress most or all
alarms.
5. Determine the Acknowledge/Reset rule. There are three possibilities;
Acknowledge and reset alarms manually.
Only acknowledge alarms and use no reset, alarms will be automatically reset.
Use no acknowledge at all, alarms will be automatically acknowledged.
6. Connect a sepMotValIO datatype to the IO parameter, which has all used signals connected to
valid BoolIOs and its unused signals unconnected.
7. Program its automatic code according to the specifications and connect to
SO.BaseSO.AutoOpn and SO.BaseSO.AutoCls.
8. Connect the objects Process and Safety permissions to the corresponding sbfPermSO
parameters SO.BaseSO.PPermCls, SO.BaseSO.PPermOpn, SO.BaseSO.PPermStop,
SO.BaseSO.SafPermCls, SO.BaseSO.SafPermOpn and SO.BaseSO.SafPermStop.
9. Connect the necessary external alarms to the object and configure these accordingly.
10. Program and connect other application parameters if applicable.
If both AutoOpen and AutoClose commands are set the module will ignore this and retain the last
valid situation. The object uses the feedbacks together with the torque signals, depending on the
configuration, to terminate the OpnCmd or ClsCmd outputs. Also for the process portal faceplate
the feedbacks are used to determine if the object is moving (opening/closing) and will enable the
Stop button on this status. If no feedbacks are available it is recommended to simulate these with
code in the application.
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If signals from other objects are necessary the required elements of the status record of that object
are to be used. If an extra external alarm is used connect the TotAlOut parameter of the external
alarm module to the ExtAlStat parameter of the motor.
2.4 Connecting Internal Alarms
To enable an internal alarm its define parameter has to be set to true. When this parameter is true,
and the other parameters concerning the alarm have not been connected, the alarm will be generated
when its condition is active for FilterTime seconds. However, it is strongly advisable to connect
the filter time and severity as well. When these parameters are not connected, default values will be
used, but these do not always represent the correct settings of the alarm. The example below shows
an AcofAlarm configured for a delay of 3 seconds, which means the alarm condition will have to be
active for at least 3 seconds for the alarm itself to become active. The alarm type is blocking which
causes other alarms to be suppressed as long as the Acof Alarm is active. The severity of the
AcofAlarm is 800, to indicate it is slightly more important than the default severity of 751. Note!
The severity is an INIT parameter and its value is only copied on instantiation.
Example AcofAlarm:
Name of
Parameter
DefAcofAl
AcofFTInit
AcofAlType

AcofSev

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Initial Value
TRUE
2
0

751

Connected
Parameter
True
3
0

Description

Define Acof Alarm


Initial Filter Time for condition
Type Alarm.
0, Blocking Alarm;
1, Alarm;
2, Warning;
800
Severity of AcofAlarm
Table 2-1. Example Acof Alarms

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2.5 Connecting External Alarms


In order to be able to use external alarms the ExtAlStat parameter will have to be connected to a
variable, which can be connected to a chain of external alarms. Furthermore the AlarmCtrl
parameter will have to be connected to the object as well as al the external alarms.
Required actions to add an external alarm:

Connect a variable of type sbfAlarmCPar to the AlarmCtrl parameter of the object.

Connect the same variable to the AlarmCtrl parameter of each to be added external alarm.

Create a chain of all external alarms by connecting the TotalOut parameter of each external
alarm to the TotalIn parameter of each subsequent external alarm.

Connect the TotalOut parameter of the top external alarm on the chain to the ExtAlStat
parameter of the object.

Status.BaseStatus.TotAlStat
Condition

Object

Condition
Condition

AlarmCtrl
Condition

Condition

ExtAlStat
TotalOut
External Alarm 1
TotalIn
TotalOut
External Alarm 2
TotalIn

Condition

TotalOut
External Alarm n

Figure 2-2. Connecting External Alarms

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In order for the external alarm to work correctly it will also have to be configured itself.
Connect its Name, SrcName, CondName, Message and Class. SrcName and CondName will have
to be a unique combination. If this combination is not unique, the alarm cannot be distinguished
from the other alarm with the same name.
Determine whether the alarm is a blocking alarm, a non-blocking alarm or a warning. Set the
Severity and filter time of the alarm to the appropriate value and set the define parameter to true.
Connect the EnDetect parameter to be able to disable this alarm temporarily, and determine the
Suppression type of the alarm.
Determine the values of the other configurable parameters either by connecting a literal value,
leave them unconnected or by connecting an application specific project constant.
Connecting project constants to unused parameters will save memory because there is no separate
variable for each parameter. Leaving parameters unconnected will create a new variable with a default
value for each unconnected parameter.

2.6 Mode and point of control (POC)


The motor valve can be placed in a number of modes that determine how the object is controlled. The
modes are:
0, Manual
1, Automatic
2, Monitor
3, Tag-out
The modes are viewed from the perspective of the control system where the application program is
running that controls the object.
The first two modes are central control modes i.e. the control system takes care of relaying commands to
the object. In manual mode commands are given with the elements in the InteractionPar and the
PanOpn/PanCls parameters, in automatic mode commands are relayed with the AutoOpn/AutoCls in the
SO parameter.
The last two modes are not central modes, this means that the control system has no control over the
object.
In monitor mode the object is still operational but is controlled directly from the MCC unit with no
regards to the safeties and permissions programmed in the control system. Thus all control signals
(OpnCmd/ClsCmd) are reset and the status can only be monitored by control system.
In Tag-out the object is completely isolated (logically and electrically) from the installation (e.g. for
maintenance) so not only all commands from the control system are reset but also all status changes from
the object are ignored by the control system.

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Besides the mode, how is the object controlled, an object can also be controlled from different locations,
Point Of Control (POC). Each control location can have all modes manual, automatic etc. The following
POC locations have been defined:
0, All, all locations have equal rights.
1, Panel, the control system receives commands from a hardware panel.
2, Central PPA system, the control system receives commands from the PPA clients.
3-5, Remote clients, the control system receives commands from remote clients
(process panels, third party scada systems etc.)
When the POC is set to a certain location commands from other location should be disabled, e.g. if the
POC is panel or remote the buttons in the faceplates of the central PPA system will be disabled.
Since the remote clients only have the InteractionPar parameter to relay commands, the POC mechanism
assumes that in the case of remote clients some implementation of POC will be done in the remote client.
So when the POC is Central PPA or Panel the remote clients will not write to the InteractionPar.
In Panel POC the control system will only respond to commands from the Pan signals, PanOpn/PanCls
for manual mode and PanMan/PanAuto to switch between manual and auto mode.

2.7 Monitor / Tag-out return mode


For safety purposes the motor valve offers the possibility to always return to manual mode when the
object has been in either monitor or Tag-out mode (control system has no control). The MonTOMode
parameter can be set to the desired choice.
0, memorize mode it was in and return to this mode.
1, return to manual after tag-out.
2, return to manual after monitor.
3, return to manual after either tag-out or monitor (default).

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2.8 Object Parameters


Parameter Name
Name
Description
EnManInAuto
AlResOrder

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Type
STRING[20]
STRING[40]
BOOL
DINT

Initial Value

AutoPulsed

BOOL

FALSE

AckRstRule

DINT

DefDlyOpnClsT
DefDlyClsOpnT
AcOpnAlDef
AcClsAlDef
AcOpnAlFTInit
AcClsAlFTInit
AcOpnAlType

DINT
DINT
BOOL
BOOL
DINT
DINT
DINT

0
0
TRUE
TRUE
2
2
0

AcClsAlType

DINT

AcOpnAlSev
AcClsAlSev
AcOnAlDef
AcOnAlFTInit
AcOnAlType
AcOnAlSev
TqClsAlDef
TqClsAlFTInit
TqClsAlSev
TqOpnAlDef
TqOpnAlFTInit
TqOpnAlSev

DINT
DINT
BOOL
DINT
DINT
DINT
BOOL
DINT
DINT
BOOL
DINT
DINT

751
751
TRUE
2
0
751
TRUE
2
751
TRUE
2
751

TRUE
1

Function
EDIT: Object Name
EDIT: Object Description
EDIT: Enable manual commands in Auto mode
EDIT: Block alarm reset Orders
0: Memorize order
1:Reset Order
2:Auto mode reset Order
3:Man mode reset Order
EDIT: The Auto commands are pulsed (reset by control
module)
EDIT: Ack/Reset rule:
0, Ack+Reset;
1, Ack No reset;
2, No Ack;
INIT: Default delay in sec. switchover Open to Close
INIT: Default delay in sec. switchover Close to Open
EDIT: Define feedback check alarm1
EDIT: Define feedback check alarm2
INIT: Initial filter time Acof open alarm
INIT: Initial filter time Acof close alarm
EDIT: Acof open alarm type
0, Blocking Alarm;
1, Alarm;
2, Warning;
EDIT: Acof close alarm type
0, Blocking Alarm;
1, Alarm;
2, Warning;
INIT: Acof open alarm severity
INIT: Acof close alarm severity
EDIT: Define fail to run alarm
INIT: Initial filter time run alarm
EDIT: Run alarm type 0; Al+Blk 1;Al 2;Warning
INIT: Run alarm severity
EDIT: Define Torque close alarm
INIT: Initial filter time Torque close alarm
INIT: Torque close alarm severity
EDIT: Define Torque open alarm
INIT: Initial filter time Torque open alarm
INIT: Torque open alarm severity

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Parameter Name
CyAlDef
CyAlType

Type
BOOL
DINT

Initial Value
TRUE
0

CyAlFTInit
CyAlSev
ColdStartMode

DINT
DINT
DINT

5
751
0

MCCFdAlDef
MCCFdAlType

BOOL
DINT

TRUE
0

MCCFdAlSev
MotorFdAlDef
MotorFdAlType

DINT
BOOL
DINT

800
TRUE
0

MotorFdAlSev
ValveAlDef
ValveAlFTInit
ValveAlType

DINT
BOOL
DINT
DINT

800
TRUE
1
0

ValveAlSev
ValveAlType

DINT
DINT

800
0

EventSev
Class
NCurrent
TagOutPerm
MonTOMode

DINT
DINT
REAL
BOOL
DINT

451
1
1.0
false
3

TorqueConf

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EDIT: Define congruency alarm
EDIT: Congruency alarm type
0, Blocking Alarm;
1, Alarm;
2, Warning;
INIT: Initial filter time congruency alarm
INIT: Congruency alarm severity
INIT: Default Mode
0=Manual close;
1=Automatic;
2=Manual open;
EDIT: Define MCC Feed alarm
EDIT: MCC feed alarm type
0, Blocking Alarm;
1, Alarm;
2, Warning;
INIT: MCC Feed alarm severity
EDIT: Define Motor Feed alarm
EDIT: Motor feed alarm type
0, Blocking Alarm;
1, Alarm;
2, Warning;
INIT: Motor feed alarm severity
EDIT: Define Valve not healthy alarm
INIT: Initial filter time valve not healthy alarm
EDIT: Valve not healthy alarm type
0: Al+Blk
1:Al
2:Warning
INIT: Valve not healthy alarm severity
EDIT: Valve type,
0: Open/Close;
1: Open/Close/Stop;
EDIT: Object events severity
EDIT: Object Alarm class
EDIT: Nominal motor current value
Permission to enter Tag-Out mode
Return from Monitor/Tag-Out mode;
0 Memorize previous mode
1 return to manual from Tag-Out
2 return to manual from Monitor
3 return to manual from Tag-Out and Monitor
EDIT: Torque conf.:
0 = Torque or FB
1 = Torque and FB
2 = Torque opener
3 = FB (Prepare) And Torque (Terminate) both directions

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ValveTyp

DINT

ExtPOC
GroupAck
GroupRst
EventSev
Class

DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT
DINT

-1

451
1

4 = FBCls (Prep) And TqCls (Term) FBOpn (Term)


5 = FBOpn (Prep) And TqOpn(Term) FBCls (Term)
EDIT: Valve type:
0 = Open/Close
1 = Open/Close/Stop
Point of control Request from external clients
EDIT: Acknowledge from application
EDIT: Reset from application
EDIT: Object events severity
EDIT: Object Alarm class

Table 2-2. MotorValve Object Parameters

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3. Process Signals
Parameter Name
IO
MainFeed
LineFeed

Type
sepMotValIO
BOOL
BOOL

Function
Process IO Interface
Motor feed present (general)
MCC feed present (general)

Table 3-1. MotorValve Process Signals


sepMotValIO:
Parameter Name
iCtlMode

Type
BOOLIO

iMotorFeed
iMCCFeed
iFBOpn
iFBCls
iFBOn
iFBMV
iCurrent
iPanPOC

BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
REALIO
REALIO
BOOLIO

iPanOpn
iPanCls
iPanStop
iPanMan
iPanAuto
iTqCls
iTqOpn
iValHealthy
oOpnCmd
oClsCmd
iExtend1
iExtend2
iExtend3

BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO
BOOLIO

Function
IN: Local switch central;
True= PLC control,
False= local control
IN: Motor control center error
IN: Motor control center operating voltage error
IN: Open feedback
IN: Close feedback
IN: Valve motor running
IN: Actual motor speed feedback from field
IN: Motor current
IN: Panel switch,
pos. edge : PoC = panel ,
2nd pos. edge release PoC
IN: Panel mode Open command
IN: Panel mode Close command
IN: Panel mode Stop command
IN: Panel mode manual mode
IN: Panel mode auto mode
IN: Torque switch to Close position
IN: Torque switch to Open position
IN: Valve healthy
OUT: Open command to MCC
OUT: Close command to MCC
IN: Extended IO 1
IN: Extended IO 2
IN: Extended IO 3

Table 3-2. MotorValve IO Signals

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3.1 Parameters for supervisory programs


For the interaction with supervisory control programs several parameters are defined.
These parameters are listed in the tables below.

3.1.1 Orders to the object from supervisory programs


Parameter Name
SO
InteractionPar
ExtAlStat
ExtPOC
GroupAck
GroupRst

Type
sepMotValSO
sepMotValIPar
sbfTotalAlSPar
DINT
DINT
DINT

Initial Value
DEFAULT
DEFAULT
0

Function
Superior Orders
Interaction parameters for operator interface
Total summation of external alarm for this object
Point of control Request from external clients
Acknowledge from application
Reset from application

Table 3-3. Orders from supervisory programs


sepMotValSO:
Parameter Name
BaseSO
EnDetAcOpnAl
EnDetAcClsAl
EnDetAcOnAl
EnDetTqClsAl
EnDetTqOpnAl
EnDetCyAl
EnDetMCCFdAl
EnDetMotorFdAl
EnDetValveAl
SetTagOutMode

Type
sbpMotValSO
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL

Initial Value
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE
TRUE

Function
Enable detection of feedback open check alarm
Enable detection of feedback close check alarm
Enable detection of fail to run alarm
Enable detection of Torque close alarm
Enable detection of Torque open alarm
Enable detection of congruency alarm
Enable detection of MCC feed alarm
Enable detection of Motor feed alarm
Enable detection of valve not healthy alarm
Set Tag-out mode from logic

Table 3-4. sepMotValveSO

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sbpMotValSO:
Parameter Name
AutoOpn
AutoCls
AutoStop
PPermOpn
PPermCls
PPermStop
SafPermOpn
SafPermCls
SafPermStop
SafOpn
SafCls
SafStop
ProcOpn
ProcCls
ProcStop
SetAutoMode
SetManMode

Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
sbfPermSO
sbfPermSO
sbfPermSO
sbfPermSO
sbfPermSO
sbfPermSO
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL

Function
Automatic open activation command
Automatic close activation command
Automatic stop activation command
Process Open permissions
Process Close permissions
Process Stop permissions
Safety Open permissions
Safety Close permissions
Safety Stop permissions
Forcing to Open state
Forcing to Close state
Forcing to Stop state
Process forcing to Open state
Process forcing to Close state
Process forcing to Stop state
Set Auto mode from logic
Set Manual mode from logic

Table 3-5. sbpMotValveSO


sbfTotalAlSPar
Parameter Name
MaxPrioLev
AlarmStatus
PriorityStatus
UnAckPrioStatus
MaxAlSev
MaxAlPriority

Type

Function
Maximum priority level in object
Active status of all alarms in object
Active status of alarms in priority group
Unacknowledged alarm in priority group
Highest severity active alarms in object
Highest priority active alarms in object

DINT
DWORD
DWORD
DWORD
DINT
DINT

Table 3-6. sbfTotalAlSPar

3.1.2 Status of the object to supervisory programs


Parameter Name
Status
AlarmCtrl

Type
sepMotValSPar
sbfAlarmCPar

Initial Value
DEFAULT

Function
Current motor valve status data structure
Alarm control signals

Table 3-7. Status of the object to supervisory programs

3.2 Data types for interaction and status


The InteractionPar data type is used as primary command interface between PPA and the object in
CBM. The data type is also available to the supervisory program for one-shot type commands.

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sepMotValIPar:
Parameter Name
BaseIPar
OpDisAlarms
OpDisEvents
OpForcePPermOpn
OpForcePPermCls
OpForcePPermStop
AlAcofOpn
AlAcofCls
AlAcofOn
AlTqCls
AlTqOpn
AlCy
AlMotorFeed
AlMCCFeed
AlValveNotH

Type
sbpMotValIPar
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar
sbfAlarmIPar

Attributes
coldretain
coldretain
coldretain
coldretain
coldretain

Function
Operator disables all alarms of the object
Operator disables all events of the object
Operator forces Process Permits Open
Operator forces Process Permits Close
Operator forces Process Permits Stop
Settings Acof Open alarm
Settings Acof Close alarm
Settings Acof On alarm
Settings Torque Close alarm
Settings Torque Open alarm
Settings Alarm Congruency
Settings motor voltage alarm
Settings MCC voltage alarm
Settings Valve not healthy alarm

Table 3-8. sepMotValveIPar


sbpMotValIPar:
Parameter Name
AckAl
ManStop
ManOpn
ManCls
OpMode
OpPOC
OpTagOutMode
Reset
ObjPrioLevel
ObjAlPrio

Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
DINT
DINT
BOOL
BOOL
DINT
BOOL

Attributes

DlyOpnClsT
DlyClsOpnT

DINT
DINT

coldretain
coldretain

coldretain
coldretain
coldretain
coldretain

Function
Acknowledge object from faceplate
Manual Stop from OP
Manual Open from OP
Manual Close from OP
Selected Mode from OP
Selected Point Of Control from OP
Tag-Out Selection form OP
Reset object from faceplate
Object priority level
True=Use ObjPrioLevel,
False=Use individual PrioLevel
IN: Delay time in sec. switchover Open to Close
IN: Delay time in sec. switchover Close to Open

Table 3-9. sbpMotValveIPar

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The Status record contains all relevant status information for the MotorValve:
sepMotValSPar:
Parameter Name
BaseStatus
ValFail
AlAcofOpn
AlAcofCls
AlAcofOn
AlTqCls
AlTqOpn
AlCy
AlMotorFeed
AlMCCFeed
AlValveNotH
ValvePos
Ncurrent
Current
NumberPrioUsed

Type
sbpMotValSPar
BOOL
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
sbfAlarmSPar
REAL
REAL
RealIO
DINT

Function
Valve Fail
Alarm Acof Open Status
Alarm Acof Close Status
Alarm Acof On Status
Alarm Torque Close Status
Alarm Torque Open Status
Alarm Congruency
Alarm MotorFeed Status
Alarm MCCFeed Status
Alarm Valve not healthy Status
Valve position
Nominal motor current
Current Alarm Status
Number of priority levels used

Table 3-10. sepMotValveSPar

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sbfMotValSPar:
Parameter Name
FBOpn
FBCls
FBOn
FBMV
Opening
Closing
Stopped
POC
SelMode

SafMode
ProcMode
ForceMode
TotAlStat
AckRstRule

Type
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
RealIO
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
DINT
DINT

BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
sbfTotalAlSPar
DINT

MainFeed
LineFeed
ValveTyp

BOOL
BOOL
DINT

EnManInAuto
Congruency
Discrepancy
TqCls
TqOpn
TorqueConf

BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
BOOL
DINT

Function
FeedbackOpen
Feedback Close
On feedback
Measured Value feedback
Object is opening
Object is closing
Object is stopped halfway
Point of control
Selected Mode
0=Man;
1=Auto;
2=Local;
3=Tag-out;
Object is in safety mode
Object is in process mode
Object is in forcing mode
Total alarm status of object
Ack/Reset rule:
0, Ack+Reset;
1, Ack No reset;
2, No Ack No Reset;
Main feed power available
Line feed power available
Valve type
0, Open/Close ;
1, Open/Close/Stop;
Manual commands in automatic
A Congruency in feedbacks has occurred
A Discrepancy has occurred
Torque Close
Torque Open
Torque Conf,: 0, Torque OR Feedback (both dir.)
1, Torque AND Feedback (both dir.)
2, Torque Opener (both dir.)
3, FB(Prepare) and Torque(Terminate)
Both directions
4, FBCls (Prep.) and TqCls(Term.)
FBOpn(Terminate)
5,FBOpn(Prep.) and TqOpn(Term.)
FBCls(Terminate)

Table 3-11. sbfMotValveSPar

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4. Presentation and HSI


Faceplates and display symbols are available for use with the object. Display symbols present the
status indications of the object in process displays. When the object is selected, it is possible to get the
faceplate from the context menu. If the faceplate is set as default aspect of the object, the faceplate can
be directly chosen from the display symbol.

4.1 Display Symbol-Presentation


Graphic Elements General Features
There are several graphic display symbols available for different application areas. The following
figure presents a general format of graphic symbol arrangement and operation. These concepts are to
be applied to all graphic symbols that are developed for use with the sepMotValveM.

Figure 4-1. Object Graphic Display Symbols

4.1.1 Field 1: Indication of the operating location or control mode


Description

Symbol

Point of control is local


Point of control is panel
Mode is safety
Process command active

Control mode is manual


Control mode is automatic

Empty

Point of control is central

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Point of control is remote

Table 4-1. Indication of the operating location

4.1.2 Field 2: running arrow


Description

Symbol

Running to open
Running to close
Running indicator in quality bad

Table 4-2. Running arrow

4.1.3 Field 3: Indication of the interaction state


Description

Symbol

Forcing
Disable alarms
Disable events
Operator Note (Only if note aspect is created)

Table 4-3. Indication of the interaction state

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4.1.4 Field 4: Display Symbol (e.g. valve)


Description

Symbol

Tag-Out
Congruency
Alarm in state Opn
Alarm in state Cls
State Opn
State Intermediate
State Cls

Table 4-4. Display symbol

These display symbols are used for presentation purposes in process displays. You will get the
object faceplate by clicking in the display symbol

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The first graphic element, sepMotValveM Display Element, is explained in detail, whereas the
explanation of general features is not repeated for the other graphic elements.

Object State

State Cls

Symbol

Condition

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 0

Manual Mode
State Cls

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1

Selected Mode =Auto


Selected Mode =Local
Panel Mode

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 2

Status.BaseStatus.POC = 1

Point of control
Remote Mode

Status.BaseStatus.POC > 2

Point of control

Object is in safety mode


Object is in forcing mode

Status.BaseStatus.SafMode

Status.BaseStatus.ForceMode

Selected Mode =Auto


Operator disables
all alarms of the object

InteractionPar.OpDisAlarms

Selected Mode =Auto


Operator disables
all events of the object

InteractionPar.OpDisEvents

Selected Mode =Auto


Operator Note

Operator Note:Holds Data

Selected Mode =Auto


Running to Opn
Selected Mode =Auto
Running to Opn
Selected Mode =Auto

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Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.Opening
MediaColorUsed = False
Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.Opening
MediaColorUsed = True
MediaColor =

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Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.Stopped

Selected Mode =Auto

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.Stopped
MediaColorUsed = True
MediaColor =

Intermediate Position
Selected Mode =Auto

Running to Cls

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.Closing

Selected Mode =Auto

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.FBOpn
MediaColorUsed = False
Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.FBOpn
MediaColorUsed = True
MediaColor =

State Opn
Selected Mode =Auto
State Opn
Selected Mode =Auto
Opn Alarms gone unackn.
Frame is blinking green if
InactUnackAlBlk =true,
otherwise without green

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 1
Status.BaseStatus.FBOpn
Status.BaseStatus.TotAlStat.AlarmStatus bit 0 set
Status.BaseStatus.TotAlStat.AlarmStatus bit 2 set
Object Property InactUnackAlBlk = True

frame.

Fault Opn
Selected Mode =Auto

Tag-out

Status.BaseStatus.FBOpn
Status.BaseStatus.TotAlStat.TotActAl

Status.BaseStatus.SelMode = 3

Selected Mode =3

Congruency

Status.AlCy.Signal

Bad quality

Table 4-5. sepMotValveM Display Element

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4.2 Graphic Element sepMotValveM Display ElementX


The display element X offers a number of presentation possibilities by means of the Symbol
property:
0, Valve
4, Flap
22, Valve3way
Presentation Valve:
Close State

Close State

Running State open/Close

Intermediate State

Open State

Running State open/Close

Intermediate State

Open State

e.g. MediaColor =

Figure 4-2. Graphic Element sepMotValveM

Configuration
Property

Options (bold is default)

Affects

Orientation

Orientation of the symbol

0 Horizontal, 1 Vertical

MediaColorUsed

Allows to define the on color

True, False

MediaColor

The on color

Any color
Default:

Table 4-6. Configuration Graphic Element sepMotValveM

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Presentation Flap:
Close State

Running State Open/Close

Intermediate State

Open State

Close State

Running State Open/Close

Intermediate State

Open State

e.g. MediaColor =

Figure 4-3. GraphicElement sepFlapMotValve


Configuration
Property

Options (bold is default)

Affects

Orientation

Orientation of the symbol

0 Horizontal, 1 Vertical

MediaColorUsed

Allows to define the on color

True, False

MediaColor

The on color

Any color
Default:

Table 4-7. Configuration Graphic Element sepFlapMotValve

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Presentation Valve3Way:
Close State

Running State Open/Close

Intermediate State

Open State

Close State

Running State Open/Close

Intermediate State

Open State

Settings:
Direction = Right
FlangeOpen = First
FlangeStatic= Second
e.g. MediaColor =

Figure 4-4. Graphic Element sep3WayValveMotValve


Configuration
Property

Direction

Options (bold is default)

Affects
Place of middle triangle

0 Left, 1 Right, 2 Up, 3 Down

1 First, 2 Second , 3 - Third

FlangeOpen

Status open
1 First, 2 Second, 3 - Third

FlangeStatic

Status close
MediaColorUsed

Allows to define the on color

MediaColor

The on color

True, False

Any color
Default:

Table 4-8. Configuration Graphic Element sep3WayValveMotValve

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5. Faceplates

5.1 Normal Faceplate


This view is intended to cover the normal process operator actions. It is the default view.
The normal faceplate is shown when:

the main faceplate aspect with Faceplate is called up


or

by clicking on a display symbol


or

by clicking on the button with two balls in the current displayed faceplate.
1
4

2
6

3
7

Header area

Status area

10

Process
information
area

12

13

11
18
Operation
button area
View
selection
area
19

20 25 21 26 22 27 23

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Figure 5-1. Normal Faceplate

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5.1.1 Optional Display in Normal Faceplate

Motor Current and Valve Position


In the process information area the motor current display appears only if in the Object
Properties Aspect the VisCurrent value is true. The fraction is determined by the setting on the
IO signal iCurrent.
The valve position appears only if in the Object Properties Aspect the VisPos value is true.
The fraction is determined by the setting on the IO signal iFBMV.
28

31

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Figure 5-2. Additional Motor Current and Speed Display in Normal Faceplate

Field

Presentation

Description

Name

Tag name

Description

Function name

Alarm control 1

Quality bad

Symbol

Manually disabled

Active but not acknowledged


(blinking)
Active and acknowledged

Not active and not


acknowledged (blinking)

Shows the highest active process priority level with its logical color.

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Field

Presentation

Description
Inactive

Modes

Symbol
Empty

Manual mode

Automatic mode

Not used

Operating locations

Local control

Panel control

Central control

Remote control

Miscellaneous Indication

Forcing mode

Disable alarm

Disable event

Safety and Interlocks

Safety mode

Process mode

Safety interlock

Process interlock

Information

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Field
10

Presentation
States

Description

Symbol

Tag-Out

Alarm Opn (Priority color 3 is


shown)
Alarm Cls (Priority color 3 is
shown)
Running to Opn

Intermediate

Opn

Running to Cls

Cls

Congruency

Quality Bad

11

Alarm indication

MCC Feed

12

Alarm indication

Motor Feed

13

Alarm indication

Torque switch to Close


position

13

Alarm indication

Torque switch to Open


position

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Field
14-17

Presentation

Description

Symbol

Not used

18

Reset

Reset Acknowledged Alarms

19

Man Mode

Command manual mode

20

Auto Mode

Command auto mode

21

Close

Command Cls

22

Stop

Command Stop
only present by ValveTyp 1

23

Open

Command Opn

24

Apply button

Activates operator commands

Dimmed if apply is not


enabled
25

Reduced faceplate

Shows reduced faceplate

26

Normal faceplate

Shows normal faceplate

27

Extended faceplate

Shows extended faceplate

28

Motor current and valve

Description text

position display
29

29

Motor current and valve

Display appears only if visible

position display

in the Object Properties

Motor current and valve

Signal in quality bad state.

position display
29

Motor current and valve

Unit or channel is disturbed

position display

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Field

Presentation

Description

Symbol

The diagonal red line shows


the value in an uncertain state.
30

Unit

31

Forced indication for current


and position.

Table 5-1. Optional Displays for Normal Faceplate

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5.2 Reduced Faceplate


The contents have typically been optimized to cover the most frequently used process operator
actions. It shows the most vital information to the user. It is small in size to cover as little as
possible of the display
The reduced faceplate is shown when:

the main faceplate aspect with RedFaceplate is called up


or
by clicking on the button with one ball in the current displayed faceplate.
1
4

3
7

Header area

Status area

Process
information
area

10
18

Operation
button area
View
selection
area
19

20

25

21

26

27
22

23

24

Figure 5-3. Reduced Faceplate

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5.2.1 Optional Display in Reduced Faceplate


Motor Current and Valve Position
In the process information area the motor current display appears only if in the Object
Properties Aspect the VisCurrent value is true. The fraction is determined by the setting on the
IO signal iCurrent.
The valve position appears only if in the Object Properties Aspect the VisPos value is true.
The fraction is determined by the setting on the IO signal iFBMV.
28

31

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Figure 5-4. Additional Motor Current and Speed Display in Reduced Faceplate

Field

Presentation

1-10

Like Normal Faceplate

Description

Symbol

chapter
11-13

Not used

15-31

Like Normal Faceplate


chapter

Table 5-2. Optional Displays for Reduced Faceplate

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5.3 Extended Faceplate


This faceplate contains functions and information intended for the process engineer, or the
advanced operator such as a tuning display. It shows the most vital information and offers only the
most often used user controls. The left half of the extended faceplate shows the same information
and controls as the normal faceplate. The right half of the extended faceplate contains several tabs
with detailed information and seldom used controls.
The extended faceplate is shown when:

The main faceplate aspect with Extended Faceplate is called up

By clicking on the button with three balls.


1

2
4

34

35

36 32

33
37
10

12
11

13

18

19

20

21

24

22
25

26

27

Figure 5-5. Extended Faceplate

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5.3.1 Optional Display in Extended Faceplate


Motor Current and Valve Position
In the process information area the motor current display appears only if in the Object
Properties Aspect the VisCurrent value is true. The fraction is determined by the setting on the
IO signal iCurrent.
The valve position appears only if in the Object Properties Aspect the VisPos value is true.
The fraction is determined by the setting on the IO signal iFBMV.
28

31

29 30

Figure 5-6. Additional Motor Current and Valve Position Display in Extended
Faceplate
Field

Presentation

1-31

Like Normal Faceplate

Description

Symbol

chapter
32

Event List

33

Alarm List

34

35

Tab Settings

Tab Permissions

Contains detailed information


about the state of the object
Contains process on
permissions of the object

Title: Settings

Title:
Permissions

36

Tab IO

Contains relevant inputs /

Title: IO

outputs of the object


37

Tab Alarms

Contains detailed alarm

Title: Alarms

information of the object

Table 5-3. Optional Displays for Extended Faceplate

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Tab Settings

Tab Permissions

Tab IO

Tab Alarms

Figure 5-7. Optional Display Tabs


The Tab Alarms now supports the changing of the alarm priority. The priority can be selected by clicking
on the < or > buttons next to the alarm, or for the complete object when the ObjAlPrio in
InteractionPar is set.
The maximum priority number that can be selected by means of the cNumberPrioUsed project constant
(default=6) out of a maximum number of priorities defined, which is set with the cTotalPriorityLev
constant (default= 20, Utility library maximum).

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6. Object Properties
The Object Properties aspect contains variables those control the visibility of certain parts of the
faceplates and display elements. Furthermore it is used for adjustments in functionality for an
instance of an object.

Figure 6-1. Object Properties

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VisPos, if True position presentation is visible


PrioLevelVis, if True presentation of priority level and buttons is visible.
DimmedButtons, if True all buttons that are ineffective for a certain operation are
dimmed.
InactUnackAlBlk, if True inactive unacknowledged alarms are presented in display
elements with a blinking frame.
PPAClientNumber, number that defines the central PPA control mode in POC.
VisCurrent, if True current presentation is visible
MotValveType, determines the icon shown on the buttons, Open/Close arrows
(horizontal) or Up/Down arrows (vertical).

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7. Operator Notes
The operator can select Operator Notes from the context menu. On selection a windows appears
with the Operator Notes text. This text comprises notes or short messages, which are written by
operators as reminders to themselves, to inform colleagues, etc.

Example layout of an Operator Note.

Figure 7-1. Object Operator Notes

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