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The architecture of the system is strictly consequential to the support on
which the function is to be implemented.
Among the possible hardware solutions, the SIE Forney decided to use the SP47 system as a basic support for logic elaboration.
Detailed operation is included in the description of the SP-47 system.
The typical concept adopted by SIE Forney for large boiler’s BMS is to
subdivide into separate sub-systems. Each sub-system is associated with a
specific task. The sub-systems are

Master Logic (One sub-system for entire boiler)
Burner Logic (One sub-system for the each of the ‘n’ burners of boiler
Pulverized Coal (PC Logic), one sub-system for each of the ‘n’ coal supplies
PC units.

The subdivision leads to a high availability figure for the boiler since normally
the boiler manufacturer arranges the boiler in order to produce the rated load
with n-1 burners (on strap), or n-1 coal supply units.
Moreover, this arrangement of the logics has the advantages of segregating
the faults (in case of burner logic or a PC logic fails) of a logic, to allow the
maintenance of each burner and PC unit (disabling the entire logic sub-system
without troubling the operation of the boiler) and finally to apply repetitively
to the burner and PC logic firmware.
The logic sub-system has provision to reset all the field outputs for unto 3.6
secs. After the power restart, thus avoiding giving wrong spurious output


The Master Logic subsystem is dedicated to the management and supervision of
the boiler as a whole. (see fig.2)
Some typical control functions according to the NFPA 85B, 85D, 85E requirements
as applicable are;

Furnace Purging.
Natural Draft.
Boiler trip.
Trip to close for each main fuel supply.
Opening and closing of main trip valve of each fuel supply.
Seal air fan logic (for PC burner only)

Specific control functions are provided as required by the boiler characteristics.


Furnace purging complete. 2. 4. 2. 5. 1. OFF.3 Some typical control functions requirements. Boiler trip.4.The Burner Logic is dedicated to the management and the supervision of each single burner (for each group of burners) as in fig. available enable /disable . The typical information that each burner logic sends to the master logic is: 1. 3. Burner light on permissive. 85D. Primary air (PA) supply. 2. Natural draft. Specific control functions are provided according to the fuel fired and the burner characteristics. 4. 2 INTERFACE BETWEEN LOGIC SUBSYSTEMS The SIE – FORNEY philosophy for the signal interchange is that each BL is interfaced to the master logic If Pulverized coal logic is provided. Fuel available at each fuel supply line. 5. Mill and Primary air fans).1. 85E Opening and closing of the burner air registers or dampers Burner light-on and shut-off sequence (specific of the fuel used) Burner scavenges. 6. 2. Some typical control functions requirements as applicable are. 3. Feeder starts up and shut off sequence. 85D. the logic signal interchange between the burner logic and related Pulverized logic is provided too. fig. valve status. FAILURE) air registers status.3 PULVERIZED COAL LOGIC The Pulverized Coal logic is dedicated to the management and supervision of each PC unit (Feeder. Specific control functions are provided according to the fuel fired and the burner characteristics. 4. 85E 1. 1. Burner Burner Burner Burner Burner Burner status (ON. 3. Burner trip. according to the NFPA 85B. according to the NFPA 85B. 2. as applicable are.1 INTERFACING BETWEEN MASTER LOGIC AND BOILER LOGIC The typical information that the master logic stands to each burner logic is: 1. 3. Mill start-up and shut-off sequence. light on or shut off sequence in program.

SYSTEM DESIGN APPROACH The Burner Management System package is comprised of a number of subsystems. According to the boiler & burner characteristics. each having a primary function for a certain portion of the overall control system and a secondary system of communicating intelligence to other subsystem. Flame detected 3. Burner status 2. BMS control panel (control panel or desk insert) 2. . These subsystems are: A) Master Subsystem – The Master Subsystem is composed of both the purge and fuel safety logic. Other equipment FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION 1. 2. the prelight portion of the Master Subsystem is then responsible for the safe release of the fuel into the headers and for communicating to the individual mill subsystems when boiler conditions are satisfactory for the mill operation.3 INTERFACING BETWEEN SUBSYSTEM AND EXTERNAL AREAS The Logic subsystems are interchanged to equipment located in the external areas. If the predetermined limit set on the danger conditions are exceeded the Fuel Safety logic will shut off all fuels to the furnace. Its duty is to monitor danger points throughout the boiler and pulverizing mill operations. The purge logic has the major responsibility of ensuring that the furnace is thoroughly purged with air to remove any explosive mixture before fuel can be released into the headers and into the furnace.Any other arrangement of similar signal can be provided. With the furnace purge complete.2 INTERFACING PULVERIZED COAL LOGIC AND BOILER LOGIC The typical information that each burner logic interchanges with the related PC logic is: 1. The fuel safety logic has the primary responsibility for overall boiler safety. 2. The checking and control operations of different subsystems stated below are carried out by means of programmable logic units – SP 47 system type. PC unit burner status Specific control functions are provided according to the fuel fired and the burner characteristics. Field 3. 1.

F Oil master trip valve Close igniter fuel trip valve . These subsystems must follow a predetermined set program in safely placing mills in and out of service.F Oil master trip valve Close L.1 FUEL SAFETY SYSTEM The primary function of the Fuel Safety System shall be to monitor predetermined boiler conditions and to initiate a Master Fuel Trip (MFT) when these conditions are not within limits.The first out light function. The second function of the fuel safety system shall be to inform the operator which specific condition initiated a MFT. The effect of a MFT is:    Close H. will indicate only that condition which was responsible for the fuel trip. These subsystems must follow a predetermined set program in safety placing the burners in and out service and continuously monitoring the status of the burners for safe operation. A detailed description of monitoring and control operation is given in flow diagrams: SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3015 SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3016 SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3017 / DBGV dwg 9603015 / DBGV dwg 9603016 / DBGV dwg 9603017 B) F.F.1.1 / DBGV dwg 9603021 / DBGV dwg 9603022 / DBGV dwg 9603023 MASTER SEQUENCE 1. A detailed description of monitoring and control operation is given in flow diagrams: SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3018 SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3019 SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3020 / DBGV dwg 9603018 / DBGV dwg 9603019 / DBGV dwg 9603020 C) P.O Burner Subsystem – Each individual fuel oil burner subsystem has the responsibility for the operation of a burner. which is part of the Master subsystem. Each oil burner subsystem contains its associated igniter logic. Burner Subsystem – Each individual mill subsystem has the responsibility for the operation of a single mill. A detailed description of monitoring and control operation is given in flow diagrams: SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3021 SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3022 SIE FORNEY dwg 269L3023 1.

2 LIST OF CONDITIONS THAT INITIATE THE FOLLOWING TRIPS     Master fuel trip LFO trip HFO trip Igniter LFO trip A) Master Fuel Trip                 Loss of both FD fans or ID fans Loss of ESP and /or air preheaters Very low furnace pressure Very high furnace pressure Loss of all flames Last burner valve closed Very low drum level Very high drum level Trip from unit protection Master logic system failure Loss of air control BMS (master) Boiler trip PB (from main control panel) Purge validity time expired Last main trip valve closed Air flow below 30% Seal air pressure very low (2) (2) (2) (3) (3) (2) (2) (2) B) LFO TRIP      Very low pressure in the fuel supply Master fuel trip Last burner LFO valve closed Very low atomizing air pressure Operator manual trip (2) (2) (2) C) HFO TRIP     Very low pressure in the fuel supply Very low temperature Master fuel trip Last burner FO valve closed (2) (2) (2) . This shall assure that the operator can immediately isolate the root cause of the MFT and take the necessary corrective action.    Close all fuel oil shut-off valves Close all igniter fuel shut-off valves Tripping all pulverizer coal De-energise all sparks A light feature shall be provided in the Fuel Safety System subsystem design. 1. This feature shall ensure that the specific condition. which initiated a MFT be indicated in the main control cabinet and that other trip conditions which might make this diffi cult determination are blocked out.1.

At this point we may check that airflow is greater than 30%. 1. a ‘purge ready’ lamp will indicate that the operator should take the necessary action to start the purge by depressing the appropriate PB. Mill. The purge cycle. During the purge progress should any of the permissives fail to be satisfied. NOTE (3) – The trip system operates on the basis of 2/3 logic. Feeders are stopped All PF burner valves closed All FO burner shut-off valves closed All burner air registers open All flame detectors show no flame No trip condition is present Master logic system is available All burner enable are available Master fuel trip No natural draft required When the purge permissives have been satisfied. .3 BOILER PURGING SEQUENCE The boiler purge system will require a furnace air purge following any master fuel trip before any igniter or burner may be placed in service from the remote control panel. and air gas dampers in purge positions exist. NOTE (2) – The trip system operates on the basis of the 1/2 logic.  Very low atomizing air pressure Operator manual trip (2) D) UGNITER FUEL TRIP     NOTE (1) – Very low pressure in the fuel supply (2) Master fuel trip (2) Very low atomizing air pressure (2) Operator manual trip Flame not detected and fuel oil shut-off valve not closed for each burner. A purge start switch will be provided at the remote control panel for initiating the boiler purge sequence. duration minimum. will persist as long as the permissives remain satisfied. which is of 5 min. During this period the signal ‘purge in progress’ will be generated and the appropriate lamp lit. a ‘purge interrupt’ would be initiated. The following purge permissive conditions must be satisfied before the purge is allowed to begin:              The main igniter LFO trip valve closed The main HFO trip valve closed The main LFO trip valve closed All PA fans. If everything is all right the purge period starts.1.

the system will check the following permissives:  MFT reset  All individual burner fuel oil valves closed  No fuel trip condition present  All burner enable are available The following sequence of events will occur:  The master fuel oil trip valve memory will reset  The fuel oil trip valve will open allowing oil to flow into the header Optimum pressure will be maintained for fuel oil burner lighting and the prelight logic will continue to check the following permissives: . by the main fuel trip valve selected.  An optimum pressure will be established for igniter lighting. The operator may select to hold the post-purge mode. Failure of any permissive will initiate alarm and operator action requirements identical to those required during the purge cycle. Upon completion of the purge cycle.4 PRELIGHT LOGIC A) BOILER PRELIGHT (MFT RESET) At the completion of the required 5 min. i. and when the permissives have satisfied again.The purge timer will be reset to zero time and warn the operator. allowing fuel to flow into the igniter header. purge time requirement. as indicated by the ‘purge complete’ light. C) FUEL OIL PRELIGHT (LFO OR HFO MASTER TRIP VALVE) With the boiler prelight and igniter prelight sequences complete. a ‘purge complete’ light will light up and the master fuel trip will be reset automatically.e. the purging of the furnace may be continued indefinitely as long as the permissives remain satisfied. 1. The igniter prelight logic will continue to check the following permissives:  MFT reset  IFT reset  Igniter oil pressure adequate  Igniter atomizing pressure adequate. Should the post-purge mode be retained.1. shut down or proceed to the pre-light mode.  All igniter valves closed  No igniter fuel trip condition persist The following sequence of events will occur:  The igniter master trip valve memory will set  The igniter master trip valve will open. the purge cycle will be restarted for its full 5 minute period. the following sequence will be initiated when depressed the PB of the master trip valve stated below B) IGNITER PERLIGHT (IGNITER MASTER TRIP VALVE) The system will check the following permissives.

by means of PB located on control panels relevant to a pair of burners  Automatically. The stopping can be carried out by the operator with the relevant PB. the HFO recirculation valve will automatically closes (it reciculates to burner level) At the operators discretion. If opening of the M.T valve is requested. the fuel recirculation to burner levels may be done by pressing ‘Emergency recirculation’ PB.5 HFO RECIRCULATION VALVES The equipment offers two possibilities: recirculate HFO to burner levels and reticulation to the tank. the ‘permission to light coal’ will occur:  Seal air pressure is adequate  At least one seal air fan running  MFT reset  Air flow is greater than 30% 1. by means of the PB located on main control panel b) Automatically .1. the selection can be performed as the case of failure of the 1 st fan required to start .7 SEQUENCE OF SEAL AIR FANS AND SCANNER FANS Booster fans can be started for one of the following mode. 1.1.    MFT reset Fuel trip reset FO burner header pressure adequate Atomizing (air or steam) pressure adequate The oil recirculation valve shall open and HFO temperature adequate will check (HFO system only) D) COAL PRELIGHT With the following permissives satisfied.6 HFO – LFO SELECTION All FO burners can be supplied with HFO or LFO. The fuel transfer can be carried out with burner ‘in service’ (in manual mode) 1.if the 1 st fan is running and low pressure is persistent. In the first case the Burner Management System automatically controls burner recirculation valve. by fuel changeover in the event of one fuel supply.1. Each fan checks the opening and closing of its damper. this feature may be used during the Master Fuel Trip condition.  Manually. . a) Manually. The tank recirculation valve opens when there is no request for the opening of the HFO master trip valve. or automatically after a certain period since Master fuel trip if boiler purge is not requested (only fro seal air fans).at the end of boiler purge period . The 1 st fan (enabled to auto start) is selected by means of the manual selector switch located on the main control panel.

2 F.O BURNER SEQUENCE 1. provided that the following permissives are present.2.O BURNERS Start-up calls for the following permissives.     Master fuel trip reset Igniter prelight Igniter fuel oil pressure not very low Atomizing air pressure not very low A timer is initiated to control igniter start-up period.2 BURNER AIR REGISTER All air registers are open during the boiler purge.3 IGNITER SEQUENCE Igniter start-up will take place when FO burner start-up is requested. start-up sequence will take place . All operates the same way as the one described here.1 F.5 F. natural draught.2.BURNER START-UP When all permissives are met the ‘Burner Ready’ lamp lights to advise the operator. The igniters are automatically shut-off at the FO burner start-up sequence timing out. The air register will remain open when the PF burner is initiated. When burner initiation is commenced.O. It will begin to open when the burner fuel shut0off valve shall begin to open.2. with the boiler tripped.2. If the appropriate PB is pressed.         No burner flame is detected (if PF burner ‘OFF’) Fuel oil prelight Burner fuel oil shut-off valve closed No burner in alarm or reset present Master fuel trip reset No burner start-up or shut-down sequence in progress No inhibition of start-up of any burner Absence of ‘uvisor’ failure condition 1. The start-stop sequence for one typical burner will be discussed here.2. 1.4 START-UP PERMISSIVE TO F. 1. and to provide the operator with suffi cient indications to the equipment status. The air register will begin to close when the burner fuel shut-off valve is closed (shutdown sequence). burner air register will be closed.1. 1.O BURNER START – STOP LOGIC The purpose of the FO burner start-stop sequence is to provide automatic supervised start-up or shutdown of each fuel oil burner upon operator initiation. Igniter start-up will automatically takes place during the burner shutdown sequence as part of steam purging of oil/ gun procedure.

1.During this sequence the following conditions are monitored. 1.7 F. a) During start-up and subsequent burner ‘ON’ cycle the following conditions are accurately controlled.O. the oil gun is automatically retracted.     An igniter lighting cycle is started (if its associated mill is not in service) Close fuel oil shut-off valve (if not in blocked purging) Open purging steam shut-off valve Shut-down sequence timer timing out When S/D is initiated for the last condition.BURNER SHUT-DOWN The executive command of the shutdown sequence is “Shut-down” (OFF) burner PB depressed.BURNER TRIPPED The burner in service condition is interrupted for any one of the following reasons. burner scavenging period timing is initiated. air register and purging steam valve.   Master fuel trip reset Master ignition valve permissive (from prelight) The following sequence of events occurs.2. .6 F.8 F. if the following permissives are satisfied.O. and fuel valve is closed.2.         Fuel selection failure Master fuel trip HFO trip (if burner is HFO selected) LFO trip (if burner is LFO selected) Burner alarm condition present Emergency trip local PB Trip of PF burner associated Electropneumatic valve air pressure low The tripping sequence determines the closure of the appropriate fuel valve burner. 1.2.O BURNER ALARM The burner is not only monitored during start-up and S/D sequences but also during burner ‘ON’ and burner ‘OFF’ cycles. ‘Purging blocked’ is displayed on the control panel insert. When scavenging period expires.     Oil gun and impeller ‘advanced’ Fuel shut-off valve ‘open’ Burner air register ‘open’ Flame detected (IR scanners) When all the above checks have been carried out successfully the ‘Burner On’ condition is memorized as displayed by the lamp.

PA Fan & PF valve. including timing between the steps. or remove it from service on a single operator initiation to start or stop that PF burner. the system furnishes an alarm in the burner control panel.      Fuel valve ‘open’ Oil gun and impeller ‘advanced’ Oil gun ‘clamped’ Flame detected Absence of abnormal igniter condition Burner air register ‘open’ Should the execution prove to be irregular. 1. trips and monitoring functions including proper positioning of functions controlled by the analog system.3. the following conditions are monitored. the burner control system will automatically place the PF burner in service. In case of irregularity. Feeder can be required automatically or controlled in sequence by the operator by means of the proper START/STOP PBs. NOTE: The following sequences. The manual control mode does not include sequence timing functions.F. The manual control mode includes basic supervisory interlocks. If the fault concerns to the 1 st burner ignition. This system will monitor the operator’s progress and inhibit him from departing from the proper operating sequences. In the manual sequence control mode. the operator is responsible for starting each step in the start/ stops sequence at the proper time and for positioning the modulating devices controlled by the analog fuel and air control system. and system will start burner tripping sequence. and to provide the operator with suffi cient indication as to the equipment status. In the automatic sequence control mode. an alarm is transmitted. start/ stop sequences. The start-stop sequence for one typical mill will be discussed here. In this mode. system will start master fuel trip sequence. Mill.BURNER SEQUENCE 1. are super imposed over .1 PULVERIZED FUEL AUT START-UP LOGIC The purpose of the PF burner start logic is to provide automatic supervised start-up of each mill upon operator initiation.3 P.          Purging steam valve abnormal conditions No incongruence in limit switch position Fuel oil shut-off valve closed Air register closed (if PF burner ‘OFF’) Oil gun clamped Oil gun retracted and impeller retracted (if PF burner OFF) Igniter shut-off valves closed (or igniter failure) Fuel selection valve abnormal condition Electropneumatic valve air pressure low. b) During the burner tripping S/D sequence or burner ‘OFF’ cycle. or to the only burner in service.

the logic checks to see that the following permissives are satisfied.   Start associated FO burner Start PA Fan .         Associated FO burner is in service or is ready to start-up Coal prelight PA Fan ‘ready’ to start-up sequence Mill ‘ready to start up sequence Feeder ‘ready’ to start up sequence PF sequence selector is in auto mode Inhibition to ‘GO’ PF burner is not present Absence of ‘IDD’ failure condition With the above-described permissives satisfied.          No master fuel trip No flame failure memory Coal available Mill cooling water flow not very low No PA fan alarm condition present No mill alarm condition present No feeder alarm condition present No PF burner trip The associated FO burner is not in alarm condition. In addition.F BURNER AUTO START SEQUENCE Before a PF burner auto start sequence can be initiated. The above listed permissives must be maintained throughout the start-up sequence. The Burner Management System will start the pulverizer group following the sequence set.2 P. the operator may begin a PF burner start sequence by pressing the ‘Start’ PB. as indicated by the ‘Ready’ light being illuminated on the associated burner control panel insert.the manual mode. The start-up sequence is. all of the interlocking and tripping functions that are part of the manual mode will also be an integral part of the automatic mode. 1.3.      PF burner trip Loss of any above mentioned permissive Stop PB depressed Trip PB depressed (local or remote) Start sequence completion time expired. At this time the PF burner logic will be blocked into the start sequence and will be interrupted only by one of the following conditions. As such. the following permissives must be satisfied. The system will be capable of transferring from the start-up to S/D sequence at any time. as indicated by the ‘Ready’ light being illuminated.

   PA fan control damper Hot air damper Tempering air damper Should the execution prove to be irregular.  PA Fan running  PA Fan isolating damper ‘open’  Sealing air to mill damper ‘open’  PF valves ‘open’ Besides.3. the following commands are released to control regulation. the condition of ‘PF burner ON’ is established. 1. If the operator wishes to restart the FO.4 MILL SEQUENCE Permissives to be satisfied.      Open burner line swing valves (PF Valve) to establish primary air flow to stabilize at its extinction value.3. 1. he may do so by pressing appropriate start PB. an S/D sequence for FO burners is started if selector is in auto mode position.3 PRIMARY AIR FAN SEQUENCE Before a start sequence can be initiated. Start pulverizer mill Hold for the mill to come up to speed Start feeder Hold fro initial stabilization period Start FO burner after stable combustion has been established If all the above operations are correctly carried out and correct flame monitors. At the end of start-up period with the burner in ‘ON’ condition.       Coal available Furnace firing permissives met PA Fan in service Associated FO burner in service Mill loading gas pressure not very low Mill cooling water flow not very low .        PA Fan isolating damper closed PA Fan control damper closed Hot air damper closed Tempering air damper closed Sealing air to mill damper closed Pulverized fuel valves closed FO burner in service If the start PB is depressed. and the system will initiate the burner tripping sequence. an alarm is transmitted. in manual mode or auto in this sequence. the following conditions are monitored. the following permissives must be satisfied and proven by the PA Fan logic.

the following permissives must be satisfied. 1. At the end of this time. In the start-up/shut-down auto sequence the feeder is required to be at minimum as well as following conditions. a time delay will start.3. Mill lub oil temperature not very high If the ‘start’ PB is pressed in manual mode. When the mill lub oil P/P is running. a delay of 30 minutes is given from the time it stops.) Stop mill Close PF valves Stop PA fan Stop FO burners 1.F BURNER TRIP LOGIC (Typical per Mill) .7 P.          Start associated FO burner Reduce feeder to minimum Hold for mill cooling Stop feeder Hold for mill cleaning (apprx. the sequence generates the start feeder control.5 FEEDER SEQUENCE Feeder start-up sequence can be established by means of mill running permissive or delayed of a certain adjustable time in the case of the PF burner is previously tripped (which means the mill has been stopped full of coal).3. 1.6 SHUT-DOWN SEQUENCE The S/D sequence both in auto or manual mode is the following.3.   Mill lub oil temperature not very high Mill lub oil pressure not very low The sequence is ended with ‘Start Mill’ command.10 min. “Start mill lubricating oil pump” will be monitored.  Furnace firing permissives met  PA Fan in service  Mill in service  Feeder to minimum NOTE: If the start PB is pressed in manual mode or automatically. The following permissives must be satisfied. NOTE: To avoid continuous start and stop of the mill.   Mill temperature high Mill motor current >max. or automatically in this sequence.

Should the PF burner start sequence be commenced (auto mode) and fail to complete within the specified time as above described PA Fan failure Mill failure Feeder failure Should the execution to be irregular during start-up sequence or during burner ‘ON’ status.Each individual mill is monitored and should any of the following conditions occur. both UV and IDD signals are considered (in OR) by the logic. a) F.F. FLAME SEQUENCE Two flame detectors are provided for each burner throat:   One U. When the main flame is ignited.V cell (Ultraviolet detector) One IDD cell (Infrared and flicker detector) The UV cell is positioned to see the igniter flame in low sensitivity level. The cause of trip feature is any of the following. with either the PF burner start-up/ S/D sequence in progress Operator trip. Impeller is not advanced position of the associated FO burner. Less than 3 of 4 main flames detected in each half furnace. The following signals of flame failure are provided. another feature accomplished within the individual mill trip logic is a cause of mill trip light to inform the operator. the pertinent mill will be S/D. the UV sensitivity changes in high sensitivity.FF on the only burner group (FO/PF) in service causes master fuel tripping. Both signals should fail to have ‘NO FLAME’ condition. b) P.     Start sequence failure. Loss of main flame.BURNER – FF on one burner causes an alarm . When this condition is verified.O BURNER – Flame failure (FF) on one burner causes tripping of the two associated burners. This sensitivity is imposed until igniter is ‘ON’. If the register of the associated FO burner is not open with feeder running.        1. Loss of above described common permissive Coal not available if the associated FO burners are not in service within a limited time.4 Loss of ignition energy. . Register not open. Operator depressing the respective PF burner trip PB on the control panel insert or local PB.FF on two burners of a group causes tripping of the mill .

1.valve open. . . respective with the ‘Failure’ signaling of the relative section. it is no longer capable of controlling the section of the plant in question.5 DISABLING THE BURNER SUBSYSTEM (F. . 1. RED GREEN .valves closed.F) If it is necessary to work on the mechanical parts of the burners it is possible to disable the control system of each burner by means of appropriate rotary switch in the logic cabinet.7 THE CONTROL PANELS On the control panels are located the unit (burner or igniter) ON . The LM lamps indications are memorized: it is necessary to press the relative S/D PB without the ‘GO’ PB to switch them off. The colour code adopted for the PB lamps and displays is as follows.1.O/ P. When burner system is disabled.6 BURNER FAILURES Any malfunction in burners’ start-up and S/D sequence is indicated on the control panel insert.idle organ OFF. Display units fitted with LED of various colour.   PB switches display fitted with LED of various colour. nor any changes in status caused by successive events.