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Instruction

Conductor Series

Conductor NT
Freelance 2000 Operation/Configuration

Preface
This instruction covers the operation of the Conductor NT version 2.3 and 4.0 software. Conductor NT operates in the Windows NT® version 4.0 operating system. It communicates with
the Freelance 2000 Compact Automation System.
The Conductor NT provides an operator interface to the ABB
distributed control systems.

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........... 1-2 Event Bit Name Configuration ..............................................2-1 Introduction.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-1 Functional Description ......................................... 1-1 Intended User ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1-2 Function Access Security Configuration ................................... 3-1 Tag Name ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 4-4 FBPEEUI340004C0 iii .............. 3-3 Process Display Area ........................... 3-2 Tag Description ................................................... 3-2 Param Pushbutton ........................ 1-3 Specific Digitool Configuration..................................................................................... 2-1 Common Control Faceplate Attributes....................................................................................... 4-3 Zoom Menu ............................................. 2-4 Specific Faceplate Attributes ................................................................................4-1 Introduction......................................... 3-1 Point Display Appearance ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-3 Freelance Add-On Database Configuration .............1-1 Overview ...................................................3-1 Introduction................................................................................................................... 1-2 Point Display................................................................................................................................... 3-2 Info Pushbutton .................................................................................................................................................... 1-2 Faceplates....................................... 4-1 Event Menu...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2 Freelance 2000 Server Nodes................................... 1-3 Reference Documents ......................................................................................... 1-4 Section 2 Faceplates .......................................................................................................... 2-4 Section 3 Point Display ....................................... 1-4 Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations ........................................................................................... 4-4 Digitool ....................... 1-3 Alarms Inhibition .................................................................... 4-1 Detailed System Status Display................... 1-2 Freelance Add-On Parameters ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3 Document Conventions ....... 2-1 Control Faceplates ................. 1-1 User Interface............................................................................. 3-2 Status Area .................... 3-4 Section 4 Server Nodes for System Status Display ................................................. 2-3 Alarm Status Messages ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................Table of Contents Section 1 Introduction ....................................................................................................................

............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9-2 Gateway Configuration ..4-6 Section 5 Add-On Parameters ...........4-5 Suppress Freelance Add-On Info Window .............................................................................7-2 Section 8 Server Security Configuration ..........................................................................................4-5 Manual Alarm Inhibition Tool for Freelance 2000 Add-On.....................................................................................................................................................................5-1 Time-Synchronization Status....9-1 Targets for PLC File Export .....................................................................................................................................................................9-4 Default ADP Group Assignment .......8-1 Introduction .........................5-1 Conductor NT Status ................................................7-1 Edit Event Bit Name .....................................................................................................................................4-5 Display Freelance Add-On Info Window ..Table of Contents (continued) Section 4 Server Nodes for System Status Display (continued) Freelance Add-On Database Configuration .........................................................................................................................................................5-1 Introduction ..................................................................................................................9-7 iv FBPEEUI340004C0 .............6-1 Section 7 Event Bit Name Configuration ................................9-3 ADP Panel ...........................7-2 Find Function Button .........................................................................................................9-7 Database Loading ..............................................................................9-1 Introduction .........................................7-2 Goto Function Button.............................................................................................................8-1 Section 9 Digitool Configuration .........................................................6-1 Freelance 2000 Add-On Database Backup ...................................................................................................................................................................................9-7 Loading of the Gateway .................9-6 ADP COM Port Configuration ...............................4-6 Freelance Add-On Alarm Manager ........................................................................................................6-1 Introduction ....................4-5 Automatic Alarm Inhibition Tool for Freelance 2000 Add-On......................................................................................................5-2 Freelance Add-On Database Synchronization...............................................................................7-2 Exiting Event Bit Name Configuration...............................................................................7-2 Delete All Function Button ..............................................................................5-2 Section 6 Backup Utility .7-1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................................................................................9-1 Export Function ..............................................................................................................................4-5 Import Freelance Add-On Database .......

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Section 10 Add-On Database Configuration ............................................................10-1
Introduction........................................................................................................... 10-1
Database Synchronization...................................................................................... 10-2
Conductor Areas ................................................................................................ 10-3
Conductor Priorities ........................................................................................... 10-3
Module Types ..................................................................................................... 10-4
Module............................................................................................................... 10-5
Alarm................................................................................................................. 10-6
Variable ............................................................................................................. 10-7
Alarm Manager................................................................................................... 10-7
Import Freelance Add-On Database........................................................................ 10-8

Section 11 Alarm Inhibition .......................................................................................11-1
Introduction........................................................................................................... 11-1
Alarm Inhibition Configuration............................................................................... 11-1
Manual Alarm Inhibition .................................................................................... 11-1
Applying a Filter ............................................................................................. 11-2
Inhibit/Uninhibit............................................................................................ 11-4
Time-Out........................................................................................................ 11-4
Print............................................................................................................... 11-4
Automatic Alarm Inhibition ................................................................................ 11-5
Inhibition Configuration ................................................................................. 11-5

Appendix A Hierarchical Process Displays .............................................................. A-1
Analog Function Blocks ........................................................................................... A-1
Binary Function Blocks............................................................................................ A-7
Controller Function Blocks .................................................................................... A-17
Monitoring Function Blocks ................................................................................... A-34
Open Loop Control Function Blocks ....................................................................... A-37
Constants .............................................................................................................. A-42
Remote Control ...................................................................................................... A-51

Appendix B Tag.Atoms ............................................................................................... B-1
Introduction.............................................................................................................B-1
Atoms Common to All Module Types ........................................................................B-1
Nonstructured Variables ......................................................................................B-4
Structured Variables ............................................................................................B-4
Alarms .................................................................................................................B-4
Atoms Specific to Each Module Type ........................................................................B-6
SFC Sequences ....................................................................................................B-8
Step Extensions................................................................................................B-8

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Appendix B Tag.Atoms (continued)
Transition Extensions ...................................................................................... B-9
Parameter Names .................................................................................................... B-9

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Analog Module Point Display .....................................................................3-1
Information ...............................................................................................3-3
Parameter Window Example ......................................................................3-4
Freelance 2000 Server Node ......................................................................4-1
Detailed System Status Display .................................................................4-2
Resource Info Window ...............................................................................4-3
Project Event Window ................................................................................4-3
Detailed Process Station Status Display.....................................................4-4
Freelance 2000 Add-On .............................................................................5-1
Backup Window ........................................................................................6-1
Event Bit Configuration Window ................................................................7-1
PLC-Open Export Window .........................................................................9-2
Targets for PLC File Export ........................................................................9-2
Conductor NT Target Configuration ...........................................................9-3
OPC Gateway Configuration Window .........................................................9-3
Tag Properties ...........................................................................................9-4
ADP Panel 1 ..............................................................................................9-5
Freelance 2000 Add-On Configuration .....................................................10-1
Database Synchronization .......................................................................10-2
Conductor NT Areas ................................................................................10-3
Conductor NT Priorities ...........................................................................10-4
Module Type............................................................................................10-4
List of Atoms ...........................................................................................10-5
Module Table...........................................................................................10-5
Other Information on Tag ........................................................................10-6
Alarm Table.............................................................................................10-6
Other Information on Alarm ....................................................................10-7
Variable Table .........................................................................................10-7
Alarm Manager Configuration..................................................................10-8
Freelance 2000 Add-On Database Builder ...............................................10-8
Alarm Manual Masking Window ..............................................................11-2
Area Filter Window ..................................................................................11-3

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Criteria Definition Window ...................................................................... 11-6
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Reference Documents ............................................................................... 1-4
Glossary ................................................................................................... 1-5
Control Tags ............................................................................................. 2-1
Available Status Messages ........................................................................ 2-4
Configurable Security Levels ..................................................................... 8-1
Configuration Elements ............................................................................B-1
Module Accessibility or Control Parameters...............................................B-2
Module Locking Parameters ......................................................................B-3
Dynamic Elements ....................................................................................B-3
Configuration Elements ............................................................................B-4
Roots ........................................................................................................B-4
Extensions for Configuration Elements .....................................................B-6
Extensions for Dynamic Elements .............................................................B-6
Extensions for TIME Inputs/Outputs/Parameters .....................................B-7
Extensions for DT Inputs/Outputs/Parameters.........................................B-7
Extensions for REAL inputs/Outputs/Parameters.....................................B-7
Step Extensions ........................................................................................B-8
Transition Extensions ...............................................................................B-9
General Message Structure .....................................................................B-10
Al_TR - Analog Input Converter ...............................................................B-10
Al_TRT - Analog Input Converter with Transitions ...................................B-10
AO_TR - Analog Output Converter...........................................................B-10
C_ANA - Set Point Controller ...................................................................B-11
C_CR - Continuous Ratio Controller ........................................................B-11
C_CS - Continuous Standard Controller..................................................B-13
C_CU - Continuous Universal Controller .................................................B-14
C_OU - Two-Position Universal Controller ...............................................B-15
C_PS - Three-Position Standard Controller ..............................................B-17
C_PU - Three-Position Universal Controller .............................................B-18
C_SR - Step Ratio Controller ...................................................................B-20

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..Binary Output Allocation . B-46..... B-45... B-39 TLIMIT ..............Time limitation ..........................CODE to INTEGER ................ B-30 FLRC_MSL .................. B-64...Step Universal Controller ... B-51.... B-37 MONO F .................................................................. B-42.......... B-36..................... viii Title Page C_SS ......Analog Limitation ........................................................................................ B-68... B-48............... B-40 TONOF . B-54................................... B-40 Time Value ....................... Switch-On Delay.....BidirectionaL Individual Drive Function ................................... B-63..................... B-41 TOUCH ........................................ B-47....Binary Touch............ B-49.......................... B-40 TOF ....................................... B-44. B-30 FF ................................................ B-41........ B-38 R TRIG .........................Event Message .......................Individual Drive Function for Servodrives ... B-29 EVENT ......................................... B-31 IDF 1 ..................... B-23 CO_TO_INT ...Average Time .. B-41 TS ..........................Protronic Control Loop ...... B-67......................................... B-25 Counters ............................. B-34 Monitoring................... B-38 SPLIT ................................... B-28 DOS ........................... B-38.............................................................. Switch-On/Off Delay ........................Integer to Code ................................Step Standard Controller......... B-37 M_BOUT ..................... B-60.......... B-53.......................Monoflop......................................List of Tables (continued) No......Scaling Change ........... B-35...................Selection of Three ..... B-57.......... B-34....................Speed Limitation ................. B-40......................Timer........ B-30 FAC_D ................. B-39..Flank Detection.................................. B-27......................... B-33 LIMIT ................................. B-58....................... B-44 FBPEEUI340004C0 .................. B-33 LIN .... B-39 TDEAD .............. B-56...............................Unidirectional Individual Drive Function........ B-43...............Frequency-Analog Converter ............................................................................. B-25 Constant Inputs ......... B-59............................ Rising I ......... B-22 C_SU ................................... Switch-Off Delay .............Timer...................Delay Function ................................Dosing Circuit .............................................. B-66...........................Dead-Time Filter ........ B-41 TREND ... B-62......Timer............................ B-31....................... B-65.............Disturbance Course Log Acquisition ........................................ B-32 INT_TO_CO ................. B-40 TON .. B-41 Value Ranges and Meanings of Parameters ........................... B-50... B-33...............................................Lead/Lag-Filter ........................................................................................ B-52. B-38 RLIMIT .... B-31 IDF 2 ....... B-29 DOS A .........................................................................................................................Flank Detection...................... B-39 TAVER ........................ B-28.. B-27 DELAY ..Flip-Flop l ......... B-32.. B-28 DISLOG ... B-30 F_TRIG .......... B-30....................................................................................................................Split Range................................Trend Acquisition......... B-39 TIMER ............. B-37..........................................................Dosing Circuit with Analog Input ...........................................Linearization .................... Falling I ............. B-30 FLRC_LP ............................................................................ B-33 LD_LG .................. B-33 INTEG ......Protronic Slave.... B-29................ B-32 IDF A ....... B-38 OF3 .............................................. B-26.......... B-55..............Timer with External Input.. B-61....Time Scheduler ................................................ B-38 SCAL .............................. Modbus ..................................................................Integrator..................................

including prices are available through the nearest sales or service office.Support Services ABB will provide assistance in the operation and repair of its products. Requests for sales or application services should be made to your nearest sales or service office. Recommended spare parts lists. Additional copies of this instruction. On-site training is also available. repair and maintenance contract services. When ordering parts. Parts without a description must be ordered from the nearest sales or service office. or other instructions. use nomenclature or part numbers and part descriptions from equipment manuals. can be obtained from the nearest ABB sales office at a reasonable charge. FBPEEUI340004C0 ix . ABB has modern training facilities available for training your personnel. Contact your nearest ABB sales office for specific information and scheduling. ABB can also provide installation.

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The Conductor NT operates on a personal computer hardware platform under the Windows NT environment. Using interactive process graphics the process operator can monitor and control all analog loops and digital devices interfaced to the network via process stations. Using a series of integrated control stations. It is designed to provide: • Instructions on how to perform operational tasks on the Conductor NT. A control station is any device connected for communication on the control network. the systems allow monitoring and control of process variables such as flow rate. Intended User This instruction is intended for use by personnel engaged in the configuration of Conductor NT equipment. temperature. • Additional information as necessary. FBPEEUI340004C0 1-1 . Functional Description The Freelance 2000 Compact Automation System is a distributed process management and control system. This instruction describes the operations required to use a configured Conductor NT. • Suggestions and examples for operator activities. Familiarity with the ABB distributed control systems is necessary to understand the functions of a Conductor NT. and pressure according to a control configuration that the process (system) engineer or technician defines.Introduction Section 1 Overview The Conductor NT is an operating station for use with Freelance 2000 Compact Automation System.

Freelance Add-On Parameters The Freelance add-on parameters provide access to information on the Freelance add-on software. Faceplates Faceplates are graphical representation of a control system tags. engineer and maintenance technician with a window based interface to both the process and the Conductor NT itself. From this level the operator can perform regulatory changes. The user interface is described in detail in Conductor NT Operation and Conductor NT Freelance 2000 Operation instruction. Freelance 2000 Server Nodes The Freelance 2000 server nodes are part of the system status display and provide access to a Freelance 2000 project. Event Bit Name Configuration Event bits are a set of event flags that can be referred by other application such as historical database or logs. The Freelance add-on parameters function is described in Section 5. Point Display A point display provides the most detailed information and operation functions about a single point in the hierarchical display system. The Freelance 2000 server nodes are described in Section 4. The Conductor NT uses Windows NT from Microsoft as an operating system. Specific information on point display for Freelance 2000 are described on Section 3. Faceplates are covered in Section 2 and Section A. Tags can be monitored and changed through actions to the faceplates. The information contained in a point display depends on the type of system controlled.Functional Description User Interface The Conductor NT provides the process operator. The specific 1-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

display items and user data inputs: Display item Any item displayed on a screen appears as italic text. This configuration includes specific Freelance 2000 add-on functions and is covered in Section 8. text within the brackets follows the previously described conventions.Identifies a variable parameter entered in a command line. Function Access Security Configuration Function access security configuration provides the ability to assign access levels to Conductor NT and network functions. Freelance Add-On Database Configuration Freelance add-on database can be viewed and/or modified after being imported. [ ] . Example: Running User data input Bold . Example: CUP [port] [baud] [file_name.CSP] FBPEEUI340004C0 1-3 .Indicates an optional parameter. Document Conventions This document uses standard text conventions to represent keys. Alarms Inhibition Alarms can be manually or automatically inhibited.Identifies any part of a command line that is not optional or variable and must be entered exactly as shown. Italic . The Freelance add-on database tables are described in Section 10. using the alarm inhibition tool. These configurations are described in Section 9. Specific Digitool Configuration Conductor NT for Freelance 2000 needs specific Digitool configurations. This function is described in Section 11.Document Conventions Conductor NT Freelance 2000 event bit configuration is described in Section 7.

exe c:\new Revision variable A ? indicates a value that may change depending on the version of an item.Reference Documents SPECIAL KEYS .) File names Name . numeric or punctuation.Identifies a specific key that is not alphabetic. Reference Documents Number FBPEEUI340004B0 Document Title Conductor NT Freelance 2000 Operation and Configuration WBPEEUI340011B0 Conductor NT Introduction and Installation WBPEEUI340012B0 Conductor NT Operation WBPEEUI340013B0 Conductor NT Configuration WBPEEUI340014B0 Conductor NT Display Editors WBPEEUI340015B0 Conductor NT OPC Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations This glossary provides definition for terms used in the Conductor NT Operation instruction. 1-4 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Example: file1. (Press and release each key in sequence. Where alternate usage is defined in the glossary. Examples: Press ENTER. Example: Part number: 1234567?0 Part number: 1234567?? Reference Documents This instruction provides information only for the operation of the Conductor NT.) Press CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-DEL. Press ESC V M. Table 1-1 lists additional documents that relate to the operation of the Freelance 2000 Compact Automation System.Indicates a file or directory name. Table 1-1. the first listed term is considered the preferred usage. (Press all keys in sequence without releasing any one key until you have pressed them all.

an event display area. These functions are linked together to form the control strategy. station faceplate. FC Function code. an alarm display area. the D-PS is an example. The mini-alarm window provides a title bar. including (but not limited to) a single bit (e. Model When used in the graphical context of GMS. Display element A digital element used in creating a process display. a model is an object or group of objects. an entity such as a circle.. OPC OLE for process control. which contains identifying information. From this comparison (feedback). Control module Directs field processes through an I/O module. Closed loop control A control system in which the controlled variable is measured and compared system with a standard (set point) representing the desired performance. auto/manual). It automatically appears upon system startup and is visible at all times. Glossary Term Definition Atom A single data element in the database. GMS (graphical modeling system) A Conductor NT application program licensed from SL Corporation. and more alarms indicator. Mini-alarm window The mini-alarm window is located to the right of the system window on the Conductor NT screen. This is especially useful when the user initiating the printout is not in the immediate vicinity of the printer. a filter button. Object When used in the graphical context of GMS.Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations Table 1-2. there is no predefined limit to the size of an atom. Banner A header page which precedes a printout. Models can be used as objects in other models. Each Conductor NT incorporates an RT (runtime) license to utilize GMS models. Function code An algorithm which manipulates specific functions. alarm acknowledge buttons to acknowledge alarms and events. trend. Node A point of interconnection to a network. annunciator. Node address A unique identifier of a specific device or a communication channel. the system compensates to eliminate any deviation between the set point and the controlled variable. FBPEEUI340004C0 1-5 . or text field. Refers to DIGINET address. and deviation overview are display element examples. GMS is used to create Conductor NT displays. rectangle.g. Function block The occurrence of a function code at a block address of a module. a tagname or a multi-character legend. a floating point number. Atoms can exist in various forms.

Process area A functional partition of the process. etc. Quick key A menu button on the Conductor NT screen which.Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations Table 1-2. and displays program output from operator window applications such as hierarchical displays. the operator window provides the operator interface to the process. Symbol A drawing element. Parent window The top level window placed on the screen when a new application is started. all child windows are also closed. Other software licenses (i. graphics. provides the user with the ability to vector directly to one of 64 possible displays. Glossary (continued) Term Definition Operator window Located on the Conductor NT System screen below the system window and mini-alarm window. for SL-GMS/DEV) must be purchased separately. SL-GMS/RT) is incorporated in the purchase price of an ABB product. and is visible at all times. System window A small window located at the top left corner of the Conductor NT screen. mouse. alarm review. A tag is assigned to and often located in a particular process area. Local software products are licensed for a specific platform. and a display area. with the parent window border indicating the focus.e. Software licenses are enforced with PICs and with a software licensing manager program. when pressed. Tag An analog or digital process value defined in the Conductor NT as a control or monitor point. 1-6 FBPEEUI340004C0 ..e. When a parent window is closed (removed from display). SL-GMS (SL Corporation graphical modeling system) Refer to GMS. The operator window is composed of a title bar. while global application products are licensed for network wide usage. Using symbols for commonly used drawing elements eliminates redrawing. A license for some software (i. Up to four operator windows may be present simultaneously on a Conductor NT. Conductor NT functions can be assigned by area. Software license A software license conveys to the purchaser the right to use a defined software product. trends. It appears automatically upon system startup. PIC (personality integrated circuit) A hardware key associated with software licensing. etc. a menu bar.) is focused on one parent window.. The Conductor NT keyboard (A/N keys. The system window provides a date/time indicator and a menu button for access to other system features and utilities.

ratio C_CS Continuous controller.Faceplates Section 2 Introduction Faceplates are graphical representations of control system tags. The access can be used to manually initiate process changes and to monitor the results of both automatic and manual control operations. Control Tags Tag FBPEEUI340004C0 Function Code1 AI_TR Analog input tranformation AI_TRT Analog input transformation transient AO_TR Analog output transformation C_ANA Set point controller C_CR Continuous controller. Manual refers to those actions initiated after taking a function block out of automatic process station control. Table 2-1. The tags can be monitored and changed through actions to the faceplates. standard C_PU Three-position controller. Refer to the Digitool-Function Code instruction for a description of these function codes and their specifications. ratio 2-1 . universal C_PS Three-position controller. Table 2-1 lists the control tags and the function codes (FC) they associate with. universal C_SR Step controller. This section provides information on the faceplates used to control and monitor the Freelance 2000 Compact Automation System. Automatic refers to operation being performed under process station execution. standard C_OU Two-position controller. Control Faceplates Control faceplates provide access to control function blocks within a module. standard C_CU Continuous controller. universal C_OS Two-position controller.

Control Tags (continued) Function Code1 Tag C_SS Step controller. standard C_SU Step controller.Control Faceplates Table 2-1. universal CSTBO BOOL constant CSTBY BYTE constant CSTDI DINT constant CSTDT DT constant CSTDW DWORD constant CSTIN CSTRE REAL constant CSTSTR128 STRING128 constant CSTSTR16 STRING16 constant CSTSTR256 STRING256 constant CSTSTR32 STRING32 constant CSTSTR64 STRING64 constant CSTSTR8 STRING8 constant CSTTI TIME constant CSTUD UDINT constant CSTUI UINT constant CSTWO WORD constant CT_ANA Counter with analog input CT_LT Operating time counter CT_P Pulse counter CTT Time counter CTUD DOS Up/down counter Dosing circuit DOS_A Dosing circuit with analog input EVENT Event message FAC_D Frequency/anlog converter FLRC_LP Protronic control loop IDF_1 Individual drive function for unidirectional units IDF_2 Individual drive function for bi-directional units IDF_A Individual drive function for actuators M_ANA 2-2 INT constant Analog monitoring FBPEEUI340004C0 .

Common Control Faceplate Attributes Table 2-1. To acknowledge the alarm click ACK or press ALT-F10. switch-off delay TON Timer. This information is not restricted to faceplate symbols only. Normally. switch-on/switch-off delay TOUCH Touch button TS Time scheduler NOTE: 1. Alarm inhibit button. Control Tags (continued) Function Code1 Tag M_BAV Binary monitoring of nonequivalence M_BIN Binary monitoring M_BOUT M_GEN MONO_F Binary output General monitoring Monoflop TIMER Timer with extern time TOF Timer. switch-on delay TONOF Timer. Tag descriptor. Tag Descriptor A tag descriptor can be up to 40 characters and is defined during tag configuration. Alarm Acknowledge Button FBPEEUI340004C0 This button appears when the point controlled by the faceplate is in an alarm state. Information reported by these function codes can be incorporated into any display. this descriptor explains the purpose of the tag (process point). Module status. These attributes can be incorporated into any graphic or custom faceplate. This identifies the tag defined to allow monitoring and control of the process point. Alarm status indicator. Tag name A tag name can be up to 16 characters and is defined during tag configuration. Alarm acknowledge button. 2-3 . Common Control Faceplate Attributes The standard faceplates share some common attributes: • • • • • • Tag name.

Alarm Status Messages Alarm inhibit button Use this blue button to manually inhibit/uninhibit the module alarms. Alarm Status Messages The first five characters of the alarm status area define the highest priority alarm type generated by the module. Off means the module is not processing. Table 2-2. Module Status The module status is located in the status area. Table 2-2 lists the available status messages with their description. Alarm status indicator This field shows the current module alarm status plus the status of the automatic (i) and manual (m) alarm inhibits. On means the module is processing. Its label is either Inh or UnI depending on the manual alarm inhibit status. Available Status Messages Descriptor N HH Alarm Description None High-high H High L Low alarm LL Low-low HHD HD High-high on deviation All Analog Controller High on deviation LD Low on deviation LLD Low-low on deviation RCA Rate of change A Tag types Logic Analog monitoring Logic Specific Faceplate Attributes Refer to Section A for specific attributes. 2-4 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

In addition. refer to Conductor NT Display Editors instruction for further information. the parameters of a tag may be changed from the point display. 3-1). Analog Module Point Display FBPEEUI340004C0 3-1 . the point display for every tag type will contain the following components. This section provides information on the point displays used to control and monitor the Freelance 2000 Compact Automation System. NOTE: Operation of the zoom item on the group display menu bar is identical to that of the zoom item found on graphic displays. ES0041A Figure 3-1. including information not shown on the group display. Point Display Appearance The appearance of a tag display varies according to the module type.Point Display Section 3 Introduction The point display provides detailed information for a tag in the global database. as shown in the point display for an analog module (Fig.

3-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 . The blue button under ACK can be used to manually inhibit/ uninhibit the display alarms.Point Display Appearance Tag Name The point tag name appears in the upper left corner of the point display. either On or Off. This button appears when an unacknowledged alarm exists for the point. The full tag name (up to 16 characters) is shown. if the operator window containing the alarm indicator has keyboard focus. The alarm status indicator is located right of Ack. Tag Description The full tag description (up to 40 characters) appears immediately below the tag name. press ALT-F10 on the keyboard to acknowledge all tags in the group which are in alarm. It contains a character string indicating the highest priority alarm produced by the module (refer to Alarm Status Messages in Section 2) plus the letter (a) if another module has issued an alarm inhibit or the letter (i) if manual inhibiting was specified. Status Area The status area appears immediately below the legend. indicating manual inhibition. Click on this pushbutton to view the Information window (Fig. The module status appears eneath the module status. Each faceplate status area contains an ACK button. Info Pushbutton The Info pushbutton appears at the top right corner of the point display. Click ACK to acknowledge the alarm or. ACK is not visible. If the alarms are inhibited the label changes to UnI and the letter (i) appears in the alarm status indicator. 3-2) which contains the following information on the point. If no acknowledged alarm exists for the tag. If the alarms are uninhibited the button bears the lable Inh.

Click Param to view the parameter window (Fig. The parameter window contains a numbered list of parameters. the vertical scroll bar must be used to view the additional parameters. ES0049A Figure 3-2. Identification of the module in the D-PS configuration. Each entry in the list contains the atom name. 3-3). No value can be changed from the info window. The parameters window contains a list of parameters which is specific for each function. The parameter window allows the user to change the parameters for the point. The parameter window allows the user with appropriate access rights. to change the parameters for a function. typical parameters include items such as alarm limit and deadband values and instrument ranges. Type of module used. A new value for a parameter can be entered in the next entry box which appears at the right FBPEEUI340004C0 3-3 . The contents of this list is different for each module type. Access level to each parameter can be modified in the Freelance 2000 add-on configuration tool. Click Close to close the info window.Point Display Appearance Node Module ID Module Type The name of the node on the Freelance 2000 network on which the point is configured. and current value of parameter. description. Information Param Pushbutton Param appears at the top right corner of the point display. If the list contains more than ten parameters.

Point Display Appearance ES0050A Figure 3-3. An operator action message is generated for each successful parameter change. a window will appear with messages describing the problem (for example. every second. the requested change may be outside the permitted range for the parameter). when performing tuning operations. alarm bar. When OK is used. etc. or by clicking on an entry box.). If the changes do not succeed. Use Apply when repetitive parameter changes will be made. as follows: on the lower right side appears the same information shown on the group display (value bar. This trend begins plotting only when the point display is called 3-4 FBPEEUI340004C0 . control buttons. the changes will be accepted and the parameter window will close. which plots the process value of the point against time. Keyboard focus can be moved from one entry box to another by using the up and down arrow keys. To the left of that information appears a current trend display. for up to two minutes. The information shown in the process display area is determined by tag type. Parameter Window Example side of each line. click Apply or OK to actually change the parameters in the process station. by pressing ENTER. Process Display Area The rest of the point display is called the process display area. for example. The process display area for all tag types is similar to that for an analog module. When all of the new values have been entered in the appropriate entry boxes.

and is not configurable. above the trend and to the right of the status area. Current trends are not stored. FBPEEUI340004C0 3-5 . digitally. The current process value is shown.Point Display Appearance up.

Point Display Appearance 3-6 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

Display Freelance 2000 add-on info window. The processing stations are represented on the lower portion. FBPEEUI340004C0 4-1 . Suppress Freelance 2000 add-on info window. Automatic alarm inhibition tool for Freelance 2000 add-on. The server button gives access to a pull-down menu of available services. 4-1).Server Nodes for System Status Display Section 4 Introduction The Freelance 2000 server node in the system status display provides access to a Freelance 2000 project (Fig. ES0159b Figure 4-1. 4-2). • • • • • • • • • Detailed system status display. Manual alarm inhibition tool for Freelance 2000 add-on. Freelance 2000 add-on alarm manager. Import Freelance 2000 add-on database. Freelance add-on database configuration tool. Freelance 2000 Server Node Detailed System Status Display On the first line are represented the control stations. Digitool. the configuration station or the gateways (Fig.

The type of cards configured in the system architecture does not correspond to the type of card (e. This item gives access to a window presenting additional information about the resource under consideration such as its number and its IP address (Fig. Each resource is represented by a graphic symbol and a button indicating its name. 4-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 . as follows: White: Grey: Red: Yellow: Orange: There is no configured card in this location and no card installed in the processing station. DD002. The presence of a card is detected in this location but it is not configured. The card is configured and the right type of card is installed.Detailed System Status Display ES0031A Figure 4-2. The color of the cards will change according to their status. Detailed System Status Display When a DPS processing station is configured.) installed. The card is configured in the associated location but is not present in the processing station.g. 4-3). the five racks are represented. The button allows accessing a menu with a first line marked Information.

4-4). Resource Info Window For a D-PS processing station. Event Menu The event menu presents an acknowledgment window with a list of all the system events detected by the station under consideration (Fig. the menu includes two additional lines: • • Events.Detailed System Status Display ES0028A Figure 4-3. ES0029A Figure 4-4. Zoom. Project Event Window FBPEEUI340004C0 4-3 .

Detailed Process Station Status Display Each location is displayed with a color code indicating the status of the cards present or declared. The type of cards configured in the system architecture does not correspond to the type of card (e..Digitool Zoom Menu The zoom menu presents a new window giving the details of the processing system architecture (Fig.g. DD002) installed. The card is configured in the associated location but is not present in the processing station. The card is configured and the right type of card is installed. The use of Digitool is described in the Freelance 2000 Digitool manuals. Digitool This option starts the Digitool configuration program. ES0030A Figure 4-5. 4-4 FBPEEUI340004C0 . The presence of a card is detected in this location but it is not configured. 4-5). White: Grey: Red: Yellow: Orange: There is no configured card in this location and no card installed in the processing station.

Manual Alarm Inhibition Tool for Freelance 2000 Add-On Use this tool to access the manual alarm inhibition configuration menu. Module (display only). Conductor areas. Alarm manager. For more information.Freelance Add-On Database Configuration Freelance Add-On Database Configuration The Freelance add-on database configurator is used to display and/or modify the following tables: • • • • • • • • Database synchronization. refer to Conductor NT Freelance 2000 Configuration. For more information. Import Freelance Add-On Database The Freelance add-on database import window is used to import the database (PLC file) created by Digitool. Alarms (display only). FBPEEUI340004C0 4-5 . Automatic Alarm Inhibition Tool for Freelance 2000 Add-On Use this tool to access the automatic alarm inhibition configuration menu. The information concerning the Freelance add-on database is listed chronologically. Display Freelance Add-On Info Window By clicking on Display Freelance Add-On Info Window. Refer to Section 11 for details. Conductor priorities. Module type (display only). Variables (display only). a Freelance add-on project Information window appears. Refer to Section 11 for details. refer to Conductor NT Freelance 2000 Configuration.

Freelance Add-On Alarm Manager This allows displaying the alarm master server if there is a redundant server and switching the alarm management to the secondary server.Suppress Freelance Add-On Info Window Suppress Freelance Add-On Info Window By clicking on Suppress Freelance Add-On Info Window. 4-6 FBPEEUI340004C0 . the information list is erased.

Click Freelance Add-On Parameters. The Freelance add-on parameters window appears (Fig. Freelance add-on database synchronization status. Conductor NT status. ES0033B Figure 5-1. 5-1). Freelance 2000 Add-On This window gives the following information: • • • • • Project name. FBPEEUI340004C0 5-1 . Conductor NT Status The Conductor NT status indicates whether the Conductor NT is operating or not. Time-synchronization status. Conductor NT version.Add-On Parameters Section 5 Introduction To access this option. Click OK to close the window. click the system window Menu option then on Utility.

The NT Conductor time is synchronized on the processing station (D-PS) transmitting the time.Time-Synchronization Status Time-Synchronization Status The time-synchronization is selected at the installation of the DMS API (see Conductor NT Installation manual). • No time-synchronization. If the Freelance add-on database is modified. The NT Conductor time is synchronized on the time of the NT Conductor of the same group with the highest priority. this modification will not be transmitted to the other Conductor NTs. If the Freelance add-on database is modified. Freelance Add-On Database Synchronization Sets all the Conductor NTs to the same state. • Freelance add-on database synchronization activated. the Freelance add-on database of all the Conductor NTs of the same group will be modified. 5-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 . • Time-synchronization. • Freelance add-on database synchronization deactivated.

A backup operation copies data from the Conductor NT hard disk to a tape in the tape drive or to a disk file. FBPEEUI340004C0 6-1 . These lines provide the ability to back up the Freelance 2000 add-on database configuration.Backup Utility Section 6 Introduction The backup utility is accessed by clicking the system window Menu button. One line is created for each Freelance 2000 project. it may be necessary to close operator windows in order to locate the backup/restore window. Freelance 2000 Add-On Database Backup Specific lines appear in the second section for a Conductor NT Freelance 2000. Then click Utilities > Backup. ES0046A Figure 6-1. 6-1) will appear. Backup Window If the backup display is not visible. The backup window (Fig.

6-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 .Freelance 2000 Add-On Database Backup Select the pushbutton to back up the tag database configuration. NOTE: The Freelance 2000 add-on database lines appear for restore operation if a Freelance add-on database has been backed up. Refer to Conductor NT Operation for more information on backup operations.

such as the historical database. this name must correspond to an event type Digitool function block configured in one of the D-PS stations supervised by Conductor NT.Event Bit Name Configuration Section 7 Introduction Event bits are a set of 4. Event Bit Configuration Window FBPEEUI340004C0 7-1 . can then be configured to reference the event bit by name. For Freelance 2000.096 group-wide event flags which can be set to indicate that an event has occurred. Select Event Bit Names from the network parameters menu to display the event bit configuration window (Fig. Using event bit name configuration. NOTE: If a light client is being run. 7-1). TC00160A Figure 7-1. Other features on the Conductor NT. This node should be a server node. the event bit configuration can be run only from the node where the data base resides. a name can be assigned to each event bit.

Exiting Event Bit Name Configuration Click OK to exit event bit configuration and save any changes. Enter the index number of the desired event bit in the Enter Event Bit Index box and click OK. used to access other event bits. The functions of these buttons are described below. click No to exit without deleting the names.Edit Event Bit Name The top area of this window contains a list of the first 15 event bits and their names (if any). 7-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Edit Event Bit Name To enter or change an event bit name enter an event bit name of up to 15 characters in the box right of the event bit number. Delete All is also available for clearing the event bit name configuration. starting at the requested event bit. A list of 15 event bits. Click Find. Click Goto. Enter the name of the desired event bit in Enter Event Bit Name and click OK. starting at the requested event bit. which can have a maximum of 15 characters. will be displayed. Goto Function Button Goto is used to access an event bit by its index number. will be displayed in the event bit configuration window. Click Yes if all event bit names are to be deleted. Find Function Button Find is used to access an event bit by name. Click Delete All. A list of 15 event bits. Below this list are Goto and Find. Delete All Function Button Delete All is used to delete all configured event bit names. or click Cancel to exit without saving any changes.

Click Security > Function Access to display the function access configuration window. Table 8-1.Server Security Configuration Section 8 Introduction Use the function access window to assign access levels to specific server functionalities. The server security levels that may be configured are listed in Table 8-1. Configurable Security Levels Function FBPEEUI340004C0 Default Access Level Configure Freelance add-on database Operator level 2 Freelance add-on utilities Operator level 2 8-1 .

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• Check Execute command with Export PLC-Open export. • Command: EXPORT2000 • Parameters: Enter the name of the local Conductor NT (e.. Export Function When configured as shown below. 9-1). the standard configuration of the Freelance 2000 project must be completed by following the steps described in the rest of this chapter. After opening the project.g. If this field is left empty the database will be exported and loaded into all Conductor NTs mentioned in the Export PLC file setup file defined using the Freelance 2000 configuration tools. CON15) or leave blank. FBPEEUI340004C0 9-1 . select Export PLC-Open from the menu. • Confirm by clicking OK. the Digitool export function enables the current Conductor NT database to be loaded. NOTE: The Freelance 2000 project must first be configured in the Conductor NT set-up (refer to the Conductor NT Installation instruction). The Digitool software can be started from the Freelance 2000 server node menu in the system status display and can then be used to perform these configurations.Digitool Configuration Section 9 Introduction To make a Freelance project compatible with Conductor NT. A configuration window appears (Fig. NOTE: This configuration must be done in a Windows NT administrator session (refer to the Installation manual).

Targets for PLC File Export Configure the target Conductor NT: • 9-2 Click Add to display the configuration window (Fig. 9-2). Then select Freelance 2000 Tools > Export PLC File Setup. PLC-Open Export Window Targets for PLC File Export In order to configure all Conductor NTs into which the Freelance 2000 database is to be loaded. ES0038A Figure 9-2. This is done as follows: • Select Program Files from the Windows NT start menu. the export PLC file setup utility needs to be run. FBPEEUI340004C0 . 9-3). The targets for PLC file export window appears (Fig.Targets for PLC File Export TC00699A Figure 9-1.

172. Conductor NT Target Configuration Gateway Configuration Conductor NT must be declared as an OPC-gateway with read/ write access rights in the project architecture (Fig. CON3). To modify an existing Conductor NT configuration use Edit. • Enter the node name (e. For configuration of this gateway.g. the short comment must only contain the exact name (case-sensitive) of the Conductor NT (e.g..16).1. FBPEEUI340004C0 9-3 . Use Cancel to exit with no change.16. 9-4).g.Gateway Configuration • Enter the IP address of the Conductor NT (e.. CON16).. To erase a configuration use Delete. ES0039A Figure 9-3. • Click OK or Cancel as appropriate.

Y. OPC Gateway Configuration Window ADP Panel The annunciator display panel (ADP) panel user interface is controlled by the process alarm window (PAW).ADP Panel ES0035B Figure 9-4. The assignment of a tag to the ADP is included in the function blocks configuration. call the configuration window of the tag in the Digitool program (Fig. 9-4 FBPEEUI340004C0 . The PAW provides a soft interface window for displaying ADP group status as well as a configuration point for defining the action that will be taken when an ADP key is pressed. where X is the panel number and Y the LED number on the panel. To assign an ADP LED to any tag. 9-5). To determine which LEDs will light when a point goes into alarm and to determine which display to call up when an ADP button is pressed are both handled by separate tasks. The ADP number must be configured in the long text with the following syntax: Long text ADPX.

The label is the six-character label configured for the button. The label can be changed by selecting Configure. The first section displays the ADP panel and button number. Right shift-clicking on a button will bring up the configuration window for the alternate (yellow indicator) button.is shown. In Figure 9-6 the default label of -None. The first one. Tag Properties Configuration of which LED or indicator to turn on. The pop-up menu contains two items and a label. will cause the description field window to appear. and which display to call up when a button is pressed is the responsibility of the Conductor NT. and the ADP group number assignment. Change the ADP group FBPEEUI340004C0 9-5 . A menu will appear where the mouse pointer is located. The other two items are menu selections. The description field is one of the items that can be configured for the button by selecting the second menu item. Description.ADP Panel ES0036A Figure 9-5. Soft ADP configuration is started by selecting the ADP panel number and then right clicking on the key to be configured. Configure. The Configuration window consists of three sections.

a window will appear prompting entry of the complete information. The user can then change informaFBPEEUI340004C0 . Changing one of the numbers will not make the configuration window focus on a different button. The display configuration is made by selecting one of the items in the list. 9-6 • By selecting OK.ADP Panel TC00699A Figure 9-6. The entry box is used to enter a valid tag name. Cancel. OK. a window will be displayed. all changes are accepted and saved and the window stays open. all changes that have been made are accepted and saved and the window exits. The second section provides the configuration for the display that will show when the button is pressed. The last section of the configuration window is the control section. There are four buttons in this section. if Point is selected. When the user presses the button. If an item is selected that needs further qualification (the first five items). Apply. or clicks on the soft button. • By selecting Apply. the button label. and the button description. For example. The Panel and Button text fields are strictly for display only. the corresponding point display will appear in the operator window. ADP Panel 1 assignment through the ADP text entry box. and ? or help button.

key 2 shifted is key 63. Database Loading The loading of the database in the Conductor NT is performed automatically with the Export PLC . with COM1 and COM2. each ADP key can only have one ADP group assigned to it. To choose the COM port Conductor NT will use to recognize the MKM controller. It is possible to assign ADP groups to more than one ADP key. FBPEEUI340004C0 9-7 . Default ADP Group Assignment By default.Database Loading tion again.. This association is the same as the physical key number assigned to each key. key one shifted is key 64. however.. 129.Open function. A window will appear. Choose the port to which the MKM is attached and click OK. From the menu bar choose Basic > ADP Setup. start the Conductor NT maintenance utility. provided that the EXPORT2000 control configuration has been performed as described above.. button button button button 1 1 1 1 is is is is ADP ADP ADP ADP group group group group number number number number 1. or change to another panel and/or button and configure that one. 65.. ADP COM Port Configuration The multibus keyboard module (MKM) controller must use either COM1 or COM2 serial ports for communication.e. 2. with the understanding that: • • • • ADP ADP ADP ADP Panel Panel Panel Panel 1. 3. any pending changes (those made since the last Apply) are discarded and the window exits. 4. each ADP group number is associated with a separate key. . • The ? button brings up the corresponding help section. Through the configuration window the user can alter the association of the ADP group number to the ADP key. The key numbers increase from one to 32 and then go backwards from 33 to 64 on the ADP panel (i. 193. • By selecting Cancel. Refer to Conductor NT Introduction and Installation. key 32 shifted is key 33).

then export the project to a PLC-open file. The Conductor NT must be up and running before performing this operation. select Export. Loading of the Gateway Load the Conductor NT gateway using the Digitool setting into Commissioning mode. This operation must be performed before loading the gateway. It is necessary for the Conductor NT to be started to perform this operation.In the project menu. FBPEEUI340004C0 .

ES0009B Figure 10-1. This menu. calls the Freelance add-on configuration window (Fig. Alarms. Modules. Module types.Add-On Database Configuration Section 10 Introduction The Freelance add-on database configuration tool is used to access and modify the imported Freelance add-on database. Alarm manager. Conductor areas. The quit option is used to quit the Freelance add-on configuration tool. 10-1) and gives access to the various database tables listed below: • • • • • • • • Database synchronization. Variables. Conductor priorities.1 . Freelance 2000 Add-On Configuration FBPEEUI340004C0 10 . which can be accessed from the Freelance 2000 server mode menu in the system status display.

• Database synchronization: tribute its database. Database Synchronization The database synchronization option provides access to the database configuration window (Fig. Database Synchronization To display the records. Delete: erase a recording. Quit: quit after saving.Database Synchronization Functions common to all or part of the tables: • • • • • • Add: save (record) and switch to the next recording. Print (printer icon): initiate printing of the table. To enter a recording. place the cursor on the last one and continue as follows: • Conductor node name: Exact name of the server to be configured (e. 10 . NOTE: A Conductor NT whose name is not indicated in this list is configured N by default (it does not broadcast its database). ES0010 Figure 10-2. Y (Yes) if the server must dis- N (No) if the server must not distribute its database. This window is used to configure the list of Conductor NT server consoles which will broadcast their database on the network. 10-2). Save: save a recording or a configuration. use the arrows located at the bottom of the window.g.. Search (binoculars icon): search for an item in the table. CON15).2 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

Conductor NT Areas Conductor Priorities Conductor Priorities configures the correspondence between the five Freelance 2000 D-PS alarm priority levels and the Conductor NT alarm priority levels (Fig. To configure this table. 10-3). FBPEEUI340004C0 10 .3 . use the mouse or tab to position the cursor on the Conductor NT priority field to be modified. use the mouse or tab to position the cursor on the Conductor NT area field to be modified and enter the new area number. 10-4). ES0012 Figure 10-3. To configure this table.Database Synchronization Conductor Areas Conductor Areas configures the correspondence between the 12 Freelance 2000 D-PS functional areas and the Conductor NT areas (Fig.

Database Synchronization ES0013 Figure 10-4.4 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Once a submodel is assigned to a type of module. 10 . this submodel will be used to display all the modules using this type. the submodels indicated are the Conductor NT standard submodules. Refer to the Conductor NT Display Editor instructions. Conductor NT Priorities Module Types Module Types configures the assignment of the submodels of node views and group views for each type of models (Fig. To change these submodel names or to use a nonstandard submodule. ES0014 Figure 10-5. Module Type By default. this submodel must first be created using the Conductor NT graphic editor. 10-5).

5 . a magnifying glass icon provides access to the List of atoms table (Fig. ES0015 Figure 10-7. 10-7). From the module types table. using mouse or tab function. List of Atoms Module Module provides access to the database module table (Fig. use the mouse or tab to position the cursor in the field to be modified. From this table. atom security levels for each module type can be viewed and modified. Module Table FBPEEUI340004C0 10 . ES0014 Figure 10-6.Database Synchronization To modify a submodule name. 10-6).

module legend.Database Synchronization The table gives the following information for each module: name. 10-8). alarm hint and alarm priority. Alarm Table The table gives the following information for each module: name of module having alarm. ES0016B Figure 10-8. type. 10-9). Click on the camera icon on the bottom right of the window to display a list of additional information for the module selected by the arrow (Fig. alarm message text. The module table is read-only access and cannot be modified. name of Atom representing alarm. ES0017 Figure 10-9. 10 . engineering unit. 10-10). area number. The alarm table is read-only access and cannot be modified.6 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Other Information on Tag Alarm Alarm displays the database alarm table (Fig. ADP panel number and ADP LED number. Click on the camera icon on the bottom right of the window to display a list of additional information for the module selected by the arrow (Fig.

Other Information on Alarm Variable Variable displays the database table of variables (Fig. if there are redundant consoles. ES0019 Figure 10-11. FBPEEUI340004C0 10 . name of D-PS housing variable. 10-12). 10-11).Database Synchronization ES0018B Figure 10-10.7 . Variable Table Alarm Manager Alarm Manager determines which Conductor NT is managing the alarms on the network. data type. One Conductor NT in normal mode (normal Conductor node name) and one Conductor NT in backup mode (backup Conductor node name) are defined (Fig. The table gives the following information for each module: legend. The variable table is read-only access and cannot be modified.

click Continue or Cancel to exit without saving the change. 10-13). Once the window is configured. The Browse option displays a Windows NT search path. Freelance 2000 Add-On Database Builder 10 .8 FBPEEUI340004C0 .g. Con1). Import Freelance Add-On Database The import Freelance add-on database options provides the ability to load the Conductor NT database from a PLC-open file without using Digitool (Fig.Import Freelance Add-On Database ES0020 Figure 10-12. Alarm Manager Configuration The information to be entered is the exact name (case-sensitive) of the Conductor NT (e. ESO100A Figure 10-13. Enter the project name in the Processed Freelance Project field and the PLC-Open file name with its access path. Only the overwrite mode is enabled..

NOTE: If inhibition is deactivated the alarms present will reappear with their original date. To open alarm inhibition configuration click the project name then select Manual Alarm Inhibition or Automatic Alarm Inhibition. Alarm Inhibition Configuration Alarms originating in D-PS processing stations can be inhibited from the Conductor NT system status view. in which case it possesses the same access level as the data base configuration. 11-1). For each Freelance 2000 project. alarms can be inhibited using alarm inhibition configuration tools. it is still possible to display inhibited alarms in Conductor NT with a priority of 16 and an acknowledged status using the Send Message option.1 . no for uninhibited. Time-out. In the list area to the right the configuration tool can call up all the modules (or tags) in the project data base. showing information under three headings: • • • FBPEEUI340004C0 Inhibit status: yes for inhibited. This section describes these configuration tools. 11 . Module name. Manual Alarm Inhibition Use Manual Alarm Inhibition to open the manual alarm inhibition window (Fig. which makes it more difficult to read the event historian. access to the alarm inhibition configuration is obtained from the project icon in the system status view. if necessary. This inhibition configuration is synchronized with the project data base. Inhibition can be either manual (initiated by the user) or automatic (initiated by another alarm). If automatic inhibition is configured.Alarm Inhibition Section 11 Introduction In Conductor NT.

Type in the module name or string and click OK. Alarm Manual Masking Window Select the modules to be inhibited by clicking the individual names or selecting groups of names with SHIFT and CTRL.Alarm Inhibition Configuration ES0212A Figure 11-1. module or inhibition state. 11 . 11-2). Click ADP to open the ADP filter window (Fig. After configuring the filters click OK to apply. 11-3). then click the > arrow between the two list areas. Click Area to open the area filter window (Fig. The wildcard character * is permitted. Click Module to open the module filter window. Unlike the other windows. Multiple filters can be defined. A selected box means that the modules assigned to that area will not be displayed. The filtering definition window appears. this window sets the modules that will be displayed. Select the box opposite NoADP to not display the modules with no ADP. Select or deselect the required ADPs. Applying a Filter A filter can be applied to the modules shown in the left area before making selections.2 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Select or deselect the required areas. This window is used to filter by area. A selected box means that the modules assigned to the LED will not be displayed. To do this. ADP. click Filter. Click ADP1 to ADP4 to specify which ADP panel to configure.

either inhibited modules or uninhibited modules and click OK. ADP Filters Window Click Inhibit to open the inhibition filter window.Alarm Inhibition Configuration ES0214A Figure 11-2.3 . Area Filter Window ES0215A Figure 11-3. FBPEEUI340004C0 11 . Select the type of items not to be displayed.

The value entered in Init Timer is the time-out expressed in minutes. The modules then move back automatically to the left display area. Time-Out Configuration Print Click on the print icon to print the list of inhibited items. 11 . A zero value indicates that there is no time-out. 11-4). ES0218A Figure 11-4. check Modules Inhibited or Modules Uninhibited. Click Set All to change the time-out of all the modules shown in the window. click the module to be changed and then Edit. Time-Out It is possible to set a time-out for each module. The time-out configuration window appears (Fig. click Time-Out or double click the desired module. Time-outs are used to automatically uninhibit items after a given period of time (expressed in minutes).Alarm Inhibition Configuration Inhibit/Uninhibit After filtering and selecting the modules they can be inhibited or uninhibited. To do this. To apply a time-out. To change the time-out.4 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

11-5). The criteria definition window appears (Fig.5 . even if the item is automatically inhibited.Alarm Inhibition Configuration Automatic Alarm Inhibition Use Automatic Alarm Inhibition to open the automatic alarm inhibition window (Fig. A filter can be applied to the modules shown in the left side area before making a selection. ES0219A Figure 11-5.atom switches to the alarm state. Use Send Message to enable alarms to be reported to Conductor NT with a priority of 16 and be acknowledged.atoms to automatically inhibit the tags being configured when a tag. 11-6). It is possible to set four tag. Enter a module name and tag for each criteria. FBPEEUI340004C0 11 . Refer to Applying a Filter in this section. Automatic Alarm Inhibition Window Inhibition Configuration Select one or more modules to configure then click Edit. This information can be typed or selected using the list.

Alarm Inhibition Configuration ES0220A Figure 11-6.6 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Criteria Definition Window 11 .

ACK E Module status On = module processing. UNIT P Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Zb L Reset Resets the current counter reading. L1/L2 H Range start Low limit of the current counter reading value. A-1 . EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the current counter value. PR M Current counter reading Graphic display of the current counter value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. CTP K Basic value (BV) Sets the basic value. Mba I Current counter reading (CA) Numerical display of the current counter value.Hierarchical Process Displays Appendix A Analog Function Blocks Counter with Analog Input CT_ANA Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Red = alarm. On the right is displayed L1/L2 the numerical value and the type of each alarm. Off = module not processing. CTC J Counter reading of the last period (CP) Numerical display of the last period value. CTC N Counter reading of the last period Graphic display of the last period value. Yellow = count higher than range end. The numeric value is displayed on the right. CTP O Engineering unit Indicates the engineering unit of the counter value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Mbe G Alarm pointers Indicate alarm thresholds on output value: Green = no alarm.

O Set internal or external mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. P Manual value Allows setting of the manual value. K Manual value (MV) Sets the manual value. It turns yel.Ske low when output value is upper than range end. Pri/RAT N Set manual or automatic mode Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA mode (M = manual. Off = module is not processing. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current output value. C_ANA Faceplate A-2 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Q Manual value Two arrows set the manual value. OUT Hw UNIT FBPEEUI340004C0 .Analog Function Blocks Set Point Controller. A = auto). The numeric value is displayed on the right. L Bias value (Bias) Sets the bias value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Pbi/BIA M Ratio value (Ratio) Sets the ratio value.5%. First increHwslope ments are 0. E = external). then 5% of the range end value R Engineering unit Indicates the engineering unit of the output value. H Output value Graphic display of the output value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. Ska J Output value (OUT) Numerical display of the current output value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Err appears in red with a code.Hw played on the right. The numeric value is displayed on the right. LEG D Error status In case of error. OUT I Range start Low limit of the current output value. The numeric value is dis.

OUT H Range start Low limit of the current output value. OUT J Input range value (IR) Numerical display of the input range value. overshoot. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the current output value. L1/L2 Faceplate L Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Description A-3 . On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. Off = module is not processing. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. the errors: undershoot. Yellow = output value higher than range end. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. SWB/SL/ SH M Alarm settings Key for the alarm value.Analog Function Blocks Analog Input Transformation. wire break appear. Mba I Output value (OUT) Numerical display of the current output value. AI_TR Item Atom A Tag button Call the point display. Sb K Alarm pointers Indicate alarm thresholds on output value: Green = no alarm Red = alarm. Mbe G Output value Graphic display of the output value. DH/DL Error text If default values DL and DH are used.

OUT H Range start Low limit of the current output value. the errors: undershoot. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. Sb K Engineering unit Indicates the engineering unit of the output value. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. UNIT L Error text If the default value DV is used. a red Err" appears. IN I Range start Low limit of the current process value. Mba I Output value (OUT) Numerical display of the current output value. Mba J Process value (IN) Numerical display of the current process value. overshoot. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current output value. OUT J Input range value (IR) Numerical display of the input range value. SWB/ SRC/ SMR Analog Output Transformation AO_TR Faceplate Description Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Mbe H Process value Graphic display of the process value. AI_TRT Faceplate Item A-4 Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Mbe G Output value Graphic display of the output value. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.Analog Function Blocks Analog Input Transformation. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the current output value. Off = module is not processing. Yellow = output value higher than range end. Yellow = output value higher than range end. and wire break appear. FBPEEUI340004C0 . IN K Output range value (OR) Sb Numerical display of the output range value. LEG D Error status In case of error.

Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Description TAG SMA A-5 .Analog Function Blocks Time Scheduler TS Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. P Offset value (Offset) Pushbutton allowing the user to define an offset between the set trend and the actual progression of the time scheduler’s output value. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Err appears in red with a code. Off = module is not processing. LEG D Error status In case of error. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. OUT I Range start Low limit of the current output value. C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Q Set manual or Switch to either automatic or manual operation automatic mode mode (M = manual. Ska J Output value Numerical display of the output value. A = auto). N Current cycle number Numerical display of the current cycle number. On the right is diaplyed the numerical value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. ETP L Current segment number Numerical display of the current segment number. Any offset value entered will only be effective in manual mode. Either positive or negative values may be entered. NS Faceplate M Segments number Numerical display of whole segment number. Mbe H Output value Graphic display of the output value. O Cycles number (CYC) Sets the offset value. OUT K Elapsed time Numerical display of the elapsed time.

The green trend represents the defined set trend. If it was previously interrupted by a Stop in the middle of a program. namely the value present there at the precise moment the Stop instruction is issued. Execution time from start to completion is set back to 0.Analog Function Blocks Item R Set execution modes Description Atom Switch to either off. or scroll operation mode. on the other hand. S A-6 Graphical format The time sequence is displayed in a graphical format by plotting two trends. FBPEEUI340004C0 . A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. If. and it may not necessarily coincide with the set trend. On: The time scheduler begins processing from its current position. it will resume processing from that precise point when the operator switches over to On. on. Stop: The time scheduler’s output holds a constant value. it had status Off. Off: The time scheduler exits its cyclical processing and outputs the ancillary value 0. The actual value will be indicated by a yellow rectangle. The execution time since start is continued in this option. skip. Skip: The time scheduler leaves the current section and starts processing the next section. This status is maintained until a different execution mode is selected. The blue one shows the actual progression of the time scheduler’s output value. stop. it will start at the beginning of the program.

LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the elapsed time value. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. then 5% of the range end value. Ske G Pulse duration Graphic display of the pulse duration. Id K Reset Resets the elapsed time. Off = module is not processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. OUT G Set manual or Switch to either automatic or manual operation automatic mode mode (M = manual. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. TC J Pulse duration (DT) Sets the pulse duration value. EN/ENO F Output state Keys with configured text for setting the output state. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. OUT M Elapsed time Graphic display of the elapsed time. I Elapsed time (TC) Numerical display of the elapsed time value. A Tag button Monoflop MONO_F FBPEEUI340004C0 Atom A Faceplate Faceplate Description Item TAG SMA Description Atom Calls the point display.5%. TS H Range start Low limit of the elapsed time value. A = auto). TC N Two arrows set the pulse duration value. Yellow = value higher than range end. PR L Output mode Current state of the output is highlighted. Off = module is not processing. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Idslope Pulse duration A-7 . ACK E Module status On = module is processing. First increments are 0. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.Binary Function Blocks Binary Function Blocks Binary Output M_BOUT Item Tag button Calls the point display. lower key to 0. C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Upper key sets output to 1. ACK E Module status On = module is processing.

The numeric value is displayed on the right. D Alarm Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Ske G Swith-on time Graphic display of the switch-on time. Off = module is not processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. TC N Two arrows set the switch-on time value. C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. TC J Switch-on time (DT) Pte K Reset Resets the elapsed time. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the elapsed time value. PR L Output mode Current state of the output is highlighted. then 5% of the range end value. OUT M Elapsed time Graphic display of the elapsed time.5%. TAG LEG Faceplate A-8 Switch-on time FBPEEUI340004C0 . First increments are 0.Binary Function Blocks Timer. I Elapsed time (TC) Numerical display of the elapsed time value. TS H Range start Low limit of the elapsed time value. Switch On/Off Delay TONOF Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Pteslope Sets the switch-on time value. acknowledgement ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Yellow = value higher than range end.

then 5% of the range end value. I Elapsed time (TC) Numerical display of the elapsed time value. Switch On/Off Delay TON Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display.5%. Ske G Delay time Graphic display of the delay time. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. TAG Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 Delay time A-9 .Pteslope ments are 0. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. PR L Output mode Current state of the output is highlighted. OUT M Elapsed time Graphic display of the elapsed time. First incre. TC N Two arrows set the delay time value. Yellow = value higher than range end. TS H Range start Low limit of the elapsed time value.Binary Function Blocks Timer. Pte K Reset Resets the elapsed time. The numeric value is displayed on the right. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the elapsed time value. TC J Delay time (DT) Sets the delay time value. Off = module is not processing.

Off = module is not processing.Pteslope ments are 0. Ske G Delay time Graphic display of the delay time. I Elapsed time (TC) Numerical display of the elapsed time value. PR L Output mode Current state of the output is highlighted. acknowledgement ACK E Module status On = module is processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the elapsed time value. LEG D Alarm Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. First incre. then 5% of the range end value. TC N Two arrows set the delay time value. Pte K Reset Resets the elapsed time. TS H Range start Low limit of the elapsed time value.Binary Function Blocks Timer. Switch On/Off Delay TOF Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. OUT M Elapsed time Graphic display of the elapsed time.10 Delay time FBPEEUI340004C0 . Yellow = value higher than range end.5%. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Faceplate A . TC J Delay time (DT) Sets the delay time value.

Ptslope ments are 0. First incre. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. TC P Delay time Two arrows set the delay time value.Binary Function Blocks Timer with External Time Input TIMER Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Yellow = value higher than range end. PR M Set internal or external mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. EN/ENO F Range end High limit of the elapsed time value. TS H Range start Low limit of the elapsed time value.11 . MONO_F. The numeric value is displayed on the right. TONOF. TC J Delay time (DT) Sets the delay time value. Ske G Delay time Graphic display of the delay time. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. TOF. ACK E Module status On = module is processing.5%. then 5% of the range end value. Pt/TS K Timer type Indicates the configured timer type: TON. N Output mode Current state of the output is highlighted. A . E = external). Tv L Reset Resets the elapsed time. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. I Elapsed time (TC) Numerical display of the elapsed time value. OUT O Elapsed time Graphic display of the elapsed time.

LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. CTC J Counter reading of the last period (CP) Numerical display of the last period value. Off = module is not processing. Red = Alarm.12 Description Alarm settings FBPEEUI340004C0 . ACK E Module status On = module is processing.Binary Function Blocks Timer Counter. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. L1/L2 H Range start Low limit of the current counter value. CTP O Key for the alarm value. CTP K Reset Resets the current counter reading. L1/L2 Point Display Add-Ons A . CTT Faceplate Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Ske G Alarm pointers Indicate alarm thresholds on output value: Green = no alarm. I Current counter reading (CA) Numerical display of the current value. EN/ ENO F Range end High limit of the current counter value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Yellow = count higher than range end. PR L Current counter reading Graphic display of the current counter value. CTC M Counter reading of the last period Graphic display of the last period value.

L1/L2 A . C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. CTC Q Engineering unit Indicates the engineering unit. ACK F Module status On = module is processing.Binary Function Blocks Pulse Counter. CTC K Counter reading of the last period (CP) Numerical display of the counter reading of the last period value. Ske H Counter reading of the last period Graphic display of the counter reading of the last period value. J Current counter reading (CA) Numerical display of the current counter reading value. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. M Reset value (Vr) Numeric display of the reset value. EN/ ENO G Range end High limit of the current counter value.13 . Yellow = count higher than range end. L1/L2 P Current counter reading Graphic display of the current counter reading value. Off = module is not processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. CTP L Period Lenght (PL) Numerical display of the period lenght. UNIT R Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. CTP I Range start Low limit of the current counter reading value. TAG Pp Rfw N Reset Resets the current counter reading. Red = alarm. LEG D Error status In case of error. Err appears in red. PR O Alarm pointers Indicates alarm thresholds on output value: Green = no alarm. CT_P Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display.

Binary Function Blocks
Up/Down Counter,
CTUD

Faceplate

Point Display Add-Ons

A - 14

Item

Description

Atom

A

Tag button

Calls the point display.

B

Tag name

Name of the point of measurement.

C

Legend

Short text of the point of measurement.

LEG

D

Error status

In case of error, Err appears in red.

ERR

E

Alarm acknowledgement

Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.

ACK

F

Module status

On = module is processing.
Off = module is not processing.

EN/
ENO

G

Range end

High limit of the current counter value.
Yellow = count higher than range end.

Ske

H

Alarm pointers

Indicate alarm thresholds on output value
Green = no alarm.
Red = alarm.

L1/L2 /
L3/L4

I

Range start

Low limit of the current counter reading value.

Ska

J

Current counter
reading (CA)

Numerical display of the current counter value.

CTC

K

Basic value (BV)

Numerical display of the basic value.

PRE

L

Reset

Resets the current counter reading.

PR

TAG

M Current counter
reading

Graphic display of the current counter reading value. CTC

N

Engineering unit

Indicates the engineering unit of the counter.

UNIT

O

Alarm settings

Key for the alarm value. On the right is displayed the
numerical value and the type of each alarm.

L1/L2

FBPEEUI340004C0

Binary Function Blocks
Operating Time Counter
CT-LT

Item

FBPEEUI340004C0

Atom

A

Tag button

Calls the point display.

B

Tag name

Name of the point of measurement.

C

Legend

Short text of the point of measurement.

LEG

D

Alarm
acknowledgement

Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.

ACK

E

Module status

On = module is processing.
Off = module is not processing.

EN/
ENO

F

Range end

High limit of the current counter value.
Yellow = count higher than range end.

Ske

G

Alarm pointers

Indicate alarm thresholds on output value:
Green = no alarm.
Red = alarm.

L1/L2

H

Range start

Low limit of the current counter reading value.

I

Current counter
reading (CA)

Numerical display of the current counter value.

J

Counter reading of Numerical display of the last period value.
the last period (CP)

CTP

K

Reset

Resets the current counter reading.

PR

L

Current counter
reading

Graphic display of the current counter value.

CTC

M Counter reading of
the last period

Graphic display of the counter reading of the last
period value.

CTP

O

Key for the alarm value. On the right is displayed
the numerical value and the type of each alarm.

L1/L2

Faceplate

Point Display Add-Ons

Description

Alarm settings

TAG

CTC

A - 15

Binary Function Blocks
Frequency/Analog
Converter, FAC_D

Faceplate

Item

A - 16

Atom

A

Tag button

Calls the point display.

B

Tag name

Name of the point of measurement.

TAG

C

Legend

Short text of the point of measurement.

LEG

D

Error status

In case of error, Err appears in red.

E

Alarm
acknowledgement

Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.

ACK

F

Module status

On = module is processing.
Off = module is not processing.

EN/
ENO

G

Engineering unit

Display of the engineering unit.

UNIT

H

Output value (OUT)

Numerical display of the output value.

OUT

Touch Button, TOUCH

Faceplate

Description

Item

Description

Atom

A

Tag button

Calls the point display.

B

Tag name

Name of the point of measurement.

TAG

C

Legend

Short text of the point of measurement.

LEG

D

Alarm
Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.
acknowledgement

ACK

E

Module status

On = module is processing.
Off = module is not processing.

EN/
ENO

F

Output state

Configured text of the output state are displayed. A
red state indicator shows the current output state.

OUT

G

Touch button

Key to actuatate the output.

Tast

FBPEEUI340004C0

First increments Yislope are 0. A = auto). Yi X Key for the alarm value.Controller Function Blocks Controller Function Blocks Continuous Standard Controller. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. L1/L2 L3/L4 Alarm settings A . A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. U Output value Two arrows set the output value. Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. Wi R Set manual or automatic mode Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA mode (M = manual. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value.5%. T Set point value Two arrows set the set point value. First increWislope ments are 0. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. LEG D Error status In case of error.17 . C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Mba M Range start Point Display Add-Ons Description TAG N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. Err appears in red with a code. The numeric value is displayed on the right. then 5% of the range end value. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value.H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. Off = module is not processing. S Set internal or external mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. OUT W Output value Sets the output value. Red = alarm. C_CS Faceplate Item FBPEEUI340004C0 Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. L_CE. then 5% of the range end value. E = external). V Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. Red /Yellow = alarm area. Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. The numeric value is displayed on the right.5%. L1/L2/ L3/L4 Low limit of the current process value.

H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. The numeric value is displayed on the right. A red state indicator shows the actual operating mode. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. A = auto). Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value.5%. Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. Red = alarm. Off = module is not processing. SIE V Set ratio or set point mode Keys to select either ratio or set point operation Pvein mode (R = ratio. Red /Yellow = alarm area. LEG D Error status In case of error. Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons W Set point value A . UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. Ri S Display mode button Switch to between ratio or absolute display. Mbe Wislope FBPEEUI340004C0 . TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. ACK C_CR Absolute Display F Module status On = module is processing. then 5% of the range end value.Controller Function Blocks Continuous Ratio Controller C_CR Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. SP = set point). PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm. Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. SMA U Set internal or external mode Switch to either internal or external operation mode (I = internal. Wi R Ratio value (Ratio) Sets the ratio value. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. There are two faceplates for the C_CR controller according to the operating mode of the controller B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. E = external). L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. Err appears in red with a code. Vanz T Set manual or automatic mode Switch to either automatic or manual operation mode (M = manual. The numeric value is displayed on the right. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. The numeric value is displayed on the right.18 Two arrows set the set point value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. First increments are 0.

Yislope Y Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. 2 Alarm setting Sets the alarm value. RV L Tracking mode If tracking mode was selected. Vanz I Ratio value Allows the setting of the ratio value. Err appears in red with a code. UNIT2 O Ratio value (RV) Numerical display of the ratio value. First increments are 0. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Skav N Engineering unit Engineering unit of the current ratio value. The numeric value is displayed on the right.19 . Ri S Display mode Switch to between ratio or absolute display. LEG D Error status In case of error. On the right is displayed the value and the type of each alarm. Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Atom Output value C_CR Ratio Display Faceplate Description X SMA A . R Ratio value (Ratio) Sets the ratio value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Item Description L1/L2 L3/L4 Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. TRC M Range start Low limit of the current ratio value. Tr is highlighted.Switch to either automatic or manual operation matic mode mode (M = manual. A = auto).Controller Function Blocks Item Two arrows set the output value. Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. OUT Yi Z Output value Sets the output value.5%. then 5% of the range end value. Skev H Display mode R is highlighted if ratio mode was selected. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Off = module is not processing. Vanz T Set manual or auto. Wi J Ratio value Graphic display of the current ratio value. EN/ ENO G Range end High limit of the current ratio value. 1 Bias value Sets the bias value. The numeric value is dis. ASP K Current ratio value Graphic display of the ratio value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.Wi played on the right. RV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. ACK F Module status On = module is processing.

Red = alarm. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. First increments are 0. A red state indicator shows the actual operating mode.5%. L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. Red /Yellow = alarm area. V W Ratio value Two arrows set the ratio value. Yi FBPEEUI340004C0 . EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. U V Set ratio or set point Keys to select either ratio or set point operation mode mode (R = ratio. W X Output value Two arrows set the output value. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. Off = module is not processing. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. First increments are 0. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. then 5% of the range end value. Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm.Controller Function Blocks Item Point Display Add-Ons A . Y Z Output value Sets the output value. X Y Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. Z Continuous Universal Controller C_CU Faceplate Description U Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. a red Err " appears with a code.5%. E = external). L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. then 5% of the range end value.20 Atom Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation mode (I = internal. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. LEG D Error status In case of error. SP = set point).

TRC W Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. V Output value Two arrows set the output value. First increWislope ments are 0. Yi Y Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. E = external).21 .5%. U Set point value Two arrows set the set point value. Wi R Set manual or auto. OUT X Output value Sets the output value. L1/L2 L3/L4 A . On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. the text field "Tr" is highlighted T Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. then 5% of the range end value. S Tracking mode In case of tracking mode was selected.Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode (M = manual. The numeric value is displayed on the right. then 5% of the range end value.Controller Function Blocks Item FBPEEUI340004C0 Description Atom Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. First increments Yislope are 0.5%. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. A = auto). A red state indicator shows the current operating mode.

ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. First increments Yislope are 0. C_SS Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. The numeric value is displayed on the right.Controller Function Blocks Standard Step Controller. L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. then 5% of the range end value. A = auto). T Current direction of action driver The arrow shows the current direction of movement of the output variable. Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. Yabub R Incremental output value (OUT inc) Calls the incremental command window. W Output value A . Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode.5%. Red /Yellow = alarm area.22 Description Graphic display of the ouput value. E = external). U Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. The numeric value is displayed on the right. PV P Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value.Switch to either automatic or manual operation matic mode mode (M = manual. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. Err appears in red with a code. LEG D Error status In case of error. Red = alarm. V Output value Two arrows set the output value. TRC OUT FBPEEUI340004C0 . B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. S SMA Set manual or auto. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. Wi Q Absolute Output value (OUT abs) Sets the absolute output value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing.

The numeric value is displayed on the right. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Red = alarm. Off = module is not processing. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE Universal Step Controller. TRC A . L1/L2 A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. T Current direction of action driver The arrow shows the current direction of movement of the output variable. Wi R Incremental output value (OUT inc) Calls the incremental command window. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. A = auto). Red /Yellow = alarm area. S Set manual or auto. Yi Q Absolute Output value (OUT abs) Sets the absolute output value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm. PV P Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. Err appears in red with a code. C_SU Faceplate Description X Item Description Atom Calls the point display.23 . Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit.Controller Function Blocks Item Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Atom Output value Sets the output value. LEG D Error status In case of error. Yi Y Alarm settings Key for the alarm value.Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode (M = manual. I Set point value Allows setting the set point value. Mbe H Deviation alarms Indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value.

The numeric value is displayed on the right.Controller Function Blocks Item Description Atom U Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. PV P Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. Red = alarm. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Err appears in red with a code. There are two faceplates for C_SR selected according to the operating mode of the controller B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. E = external). OUT Y Output value Sets the output value. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. ACK C_SR Absolute Display F Module status On = module is processing. Mbe H Deviation alarms This bar graph indicates deviation alarms L_CE H_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. L1/L2 Ratio Step Controller C_SR Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Yi Y Alarm settings (Add-Ons) Key for the alarm value. Off = module is not processing.24 FBPEEUI340004C0 . LEG D Error status In case of error. W Feedback value Graphic display of the feedback value. then 5% of the range end value. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. Ri R Absolute Output value (OUT abs) Sets the absolute output value. Mba N Engineering unit Displays the engineering unit. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. On the right is diplayed the numerical value. Yabub Faceplate A .5%. V Set point value Two arrows set the set point value. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm. Yislope X Feedback value Numerical display of the feedback value. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. First increWislope ments are 0. Wi Q Ratio value (Ratio) Sets the ratio value. The numeric value is displayed on the right.

SRE Y Set point value Wislope Z Tracking mode If tracking mode was selected. SMA W Set internal or external mode FBPEEUI340004C0 Description S Switch to either internal or external operation mode.Switch to either automatic or manual operation matic mode mode.Controller Function Blocks Item Atom Incremental output value (OUT inc) Calls the incremental command window.25 . SIE X Set ratio or set point Switch to either ratio or set point operation mode mode. A . Tr is highlighted. TRC V Set manual or auto. Vanz U Current direction of action driver The arrow shows the current direction of movement of the output variable. TRC 1 Feedback value Graphic display of the feedback value. Yiibt T Display mode button Switch to either ratio or absolute display. FB 2 Feedback value Numerical display of the feedback value. FB Two arrows set the set point value.

SIE V Set ratio or set point Switch to either ratio or set point operation mode mode. TRC Y Feedback value Graphic display of the feedback value. Vanz S Display mode In case of ratio display was selected. UNIT Numerical display of the process value. AR J Current ratio value Graphic display of the current ratio value. PV M Process value (PV) N Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. Ri I Ratio value Graphic display of the ratio value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. Yiibt R Display mode button Switch to either ratio or absolute display.26 Description Two arrows set the set point value. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. On the right is diplayed the numerical value. Point Display Add-Ons W Set point value A . LEG D Error status In case of error. Err appears in red with a code. Off = module is not processing. SRE Wislope X Tracking mode If tracking mode was selected. FB FBPEEUI340004C0 . TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Vanz T Set manual or automatic mode Switch to either automatic or manual operation mode. Yabub Q Incremental output value (OUT inc) Calls the incremental command window. the field text "R" is highlighted. Mba L Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. Wi O Ratio value (Ratio) Sets the ratio value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. The numeric value is displayed on the right. SMA U Set internal or external mode Switch to either internal or external operation mode. Mbe H Ratio value Sets the ratio value. FB Z Feedback value Numerical display of the feedback value. Tr is highlighted. RV K Range start Low limit of the current process value. Ri P Absolute Output value (OUT abs) Sets the absolute output value.Controller Function Blocks C_SR Ratio Display Faceplate Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. The numeric value is displayed on the right.

2 Bias value Sets the bias value. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm.27 .Controller Function Blocks Item Description 1 Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. 3. The travel can be interrupted by the STOP command Atom L1/L2 L3/L4 Atom Yiibt Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 A . 10 times the minimun pulse duration. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Incremental Command Window Item Description A Incremental process buttons The incremental process in open and close directions can be stated in values of 1. C Command buttons The command buttons OPEN and CLOSE are final position commands which use maximum factor of the motor positionning time to travel in the respective direction. B Incremental command window Key to close the dosing mode window.

The numeric value is displayed on the right. The numeric value is displayed on the right. then 5% of the range end value. V Output value Two arrows set the output value. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm. Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area.5%. C_OS Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. Err appears in red with a code.Controller Function Blocks Standard Two Position Controller. Off = module is not processing. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. E = external). B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.5%. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. LEG D Error status In case of error. T Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing.28 Description Graphic display of the ouput value. First increments Yislope are 0. S Output mode The text field O is highlighted when the output OB is set to 1. A = auto). Red /Yellow = alarm area. Red = alarm. then 5% of the range end value. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.Switch to either automatic or manual operation matic mode mode (M = manual. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. W Output value A . Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. Wi OB OUT FBPEEUI340004C0 . First increWislope ments are 0. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. R SMA Set manual or auto. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. U Set point value Two arrows set the set point value.

Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode (M = manual. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm.Controller Function Blocks Item Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Atom Output value Sets the output value. C_OU Faceplate Description X Item Description Atom Calls the point display. R Set manual or auto. Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. I Set point value Sets the set point value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. LEG D Error status In case of error. Err appears in red with a code. The numeric value is displayed on the right. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. E = external). Off = module is not processing. Wi OB A . L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE Universal Two Position Controller. T Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. Red = alarm. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. The numeric value is displayed on the right.29 . S Output mode The text field O is highlighted when the output OB is set to 1. Yi Y Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. A = auto). L1/L2 L3/L4 A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Red /Yellow = alarm area.

First increWislope ments are 0. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Err appears in red with a code. Three Position. then 5% of the range end value. X Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. Yi Z Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. Tr is highlighted. LEG D Error status In case of error.30 TRC Two arrows set the output value. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. Red = alarm. Standard Controller. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. L1/L2 L3/L4 A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. A . Wi FBPEEUI340004C0 . ACK F Module status On = module is processing. Off = module is not processing.5%. OUT Y Output value Sets the output value. C_PS Point Display Add-Ons Atom Tracking mode W Output value Faceplate Description U Item Description Atom Calls the point display.5%. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. V Set point value Two arrows set the set point value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. then 5% of the range end value. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value.Controller Function Blocks Item If tracking mode was selected. First increments Yislope are 0. Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit. The numeric value is displayed on the right. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. Red /Yellow = alarm area. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm.

E = external). U Output mode The text field O2 is highlighted when the output OB2 is set to 1. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. V Set point value Two arrows set the set point value. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. OUT Y Output value Sets the output value.5%. A = auto). First increments Yislope are 0.Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode (M = manual. L1/L2 L3/L4 A .5%. Yi Z Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. X Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. OB OB W Output value Two arrows set the output value. T Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. then 5% of the range end value.31 . First increWislope ments are 0. S Output mode The text field O1 is highlighted when the output OB1 is set to 1.Controller Function Blocks Item FBPEEUI340004C0 Description Atom R Set manual or auto. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. then 5% of the range end value.

L_CE H_CE HH_CE LL_CE I Set point value Sets the set point value. Tr is highlighted. E = external). Mbe H Deviation alarms Bar graph indicates deviation alarms: Green = safety area. L1/L2/ L3/L4 M Range start Low limit of the current process value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. Off = module is not processing. S Output mode The text field O1 is highlighted when the output OB1 is set to 1. PV P Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. PV L Process value alarm pointers Indicate the alarm thresholds of the process: Green = no alarm.5%. Wi J Set point value Graphic display of the set point value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement.Switch to either automatic or manual operation matic mode mode (M = manual. Output value FBPEEUI340004C0 . A red state indi. ASP K Process value Graphic display of the process value. U Output mode The text field O2 is highlighted when the output OB2 is set to 1. The numeric value is displayed on the right. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current process value. R SMA Set manual or auto. then 5% of the range end value. V Set point value Two arrows set the set point value. Err appears in red with a code. then 5% of the range end value.5%. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Red /Yellow = alarm area. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. First increments Yislope are 0.SIE cator shows the current operating mode. LEG D Error status In case of error. T Set Internal or External mode Switch to either internal or external operation mode (I = internal. UNIT O Process value (PV) Numerical display of the process value. Red = alarm. Yi Q Set point value (SP) Sets the set point value. First increWislope ments are 0.32 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. C_PU Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons A . Mba N Engineering unit Display of the engineering unit.Controller Function Blocks Universal Controller. X Two arrows set the output value. Three Position. Wi OB OB W Tracking mode If tracking mode was selected. A = auto).

On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Mbe H Alarm pointers Indicate alarm thresholds on output value: Green = no alarm. Err appears in red with a code. Yi 1 Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. On the right is displayed the numerical value and the type of each alarm. M_ANA Faceplate Point Display Add-Ons FBPEEUI340004C0 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. L1/L2 L3/L4 A .Monitoring Function Blocks Item Y Description Atom Output value Graphic display of the ouput value. LEG D Error status In case of error. L1/L2/ L3/L4 I Range start Low limit of the process value. Mba J Process value (IN) Numerical display of the process value. L1/L2 L3/L4 Monitoring Function Blocks Analog Monitoring. EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the process value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. It turns yellow when output value is upper than range end. OUT Z Output value Sets the output value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. IN K Process value Graphic display of the process value IN L Alarm settings Key for the alarm value. Red = alarm. Off = module is not processing.33 .

M_BIN Item Tag button Calls the point display. EVENT A . A red state indicator shows the current output state.34 Atom A Faceplate Faceplate Description Item Description Atom Calls the point display. A red state indicator shows the current output state. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. EN/ENO F Output state Configured text of the output state are displayed. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. OUT Binary Monitoring of Antivalence. Off = module is not processing. EN/ENO F Output state Configured text of the output state are displayed. OUT Faceplate Event Message. A red state indicator shows the current output state. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. OUT A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. M_BAV Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display.Monitoring Function Blocks Binary Monitoring. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. EN/ENO F Output state Configured text of the output state are displayed. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. FBPEEUI340004C0 . B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.

35 .Monitoring Function Blocks M_GEN General monitoring Group display FBPEEUI340004C0 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Err appears in red with a code ERR I Inhibition type Indicates the inhibition type (manual or automatic) by m or a if the tag is inhibited AIH/AAIH J Message State Active Message generated on TRG input change from 0 to 1 ST0/TRG K Message State Inactive Message generated on TRG input change from 1 to 0 ST1/TRG A . TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgment ACK E Inhibition Allows to manually inhibit the tag from group dis. Off = module is not processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.AIH play F Module status On = module is processing. EN/ENO G Alarm status Indicates the alarm status MSRAST XT H Error status In case of error.

H Time monitoring Numerical display of the configured time monitoring. A = auto). A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. I Set manual or auto. the end position which has been assigned is indicated by a yellow static run direction arrow.36 Description Lz Leu In case of end position error.Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode M = manual. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. G Reports field The following reports are highlighted depending AL1/AL2/ on the signal (fault signal /run time exceeded/ AL3/AL4/ end position without control command left/safety AL5 intervention signal/local intervention). Lower button indicates feedback 0. FB1 the control command. J Current direction of action of the driver Faceplate A .Open Loop Control Function Blocks Open Loop Control Function Blocks Individual Drive Function for Unidirectional Units. A red state indicator shows the active feedback. EN/ENO F Switch position Keys with configured command texts for setting FB0. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Upper button indicates feedback 1. Off = module is not processing. IDF_1 Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. This arrow blinks if the driver is running and remains static in case of a run time error. FBPEEUI340004C0 . LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.

ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Middle button indicates feedback 1 and feedback 0 set to 0. I Set manual or auto. H Time monitoring Numerical display of the configured time monitoring. FB1 G Reports field The following reports are highlighted depending AL1/AL2/ on the signal (fault signal /run time exceeded/ AL3/AL4/ end position without control command left/ AL5 safety intervention signal/local intervention).37 . A = auto). TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. EN/ENO F Switch position Keys with configured command texts for setting the control command. J Current direction of action of the driver In case of end position error. Off = module is not processing. FB0. the end position which has been assigned is indicated by a yellow static run direction arrow. Lz Leu A .Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode M = manual. IDF_2 Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. This arrow blinks if the driver is running and remains static in case of a run time error. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Lower button indicates feedback 0 set to 1. Upper button indicates feedback 1 set to 1.Open Loop Control Function Blocks Individual Drive Function for Bidirectional Units. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode.

IDF_A Faceplate A . A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. AL1/AL2/ AL3/AL4/ AL5 H Time monitoring Numerical display of the configured time monitoring. EN/ENO F Switch position Keys with configured command texts for setting the control command. FB1 G Reports field The following reports are highlighted depending on the signal (fault signal /run time exceeded/end position without control command left/safety intervention signal/local intervention). TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. This arrow blinks if the driver is running and remains static in case of a run time error. the end position which has been assigned is indicated by a yellow static run direction arrow. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.Open Loop Control Function Blocks Individual Drive Function for Activators.Switch to either automatic or manual operation matic mode mode (M = manual. FBPEEUI340004C0 . A = auto). Off = module is not processing. Upper button indicates feedback 1 set to 1. Lower button indicates feedback 0 set to 1. FB0. Lz I Set manual or auto. SMA J Current direction of action of the driver Leu In case of end position error. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Middle button indicates feedback 1 and feedback 0 set to 0.38 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display.

Switch to either automatic or manual operation SMA matic mode mode (M = manual. First increSovsments are 0. middle symbol = fine. The numeric value is dis. SOV I Shut-off value Graphic display of the shut-off value. LEG D Error status In case of error. Pd R Reset Resets the current counter reading. On the right is displayed the current dosing mode. TAG UNIT A . A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Ske H Shut-off value Sets the shut-off value. DOS. Highlighted symbols indicate the dosing mode:lower symbol = stop.SOV played on the right. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. A = auto).5%. L Current counter reading (CA) Numerical display of thecurrent counter reading value. D = stop). EN/ENO G Range end High limit of the current counter value. BV Q Dosing mode (Dos) Calls the dosing mode window. O Pre-sut-off value (PS) Sets the pre-shut-off value. Off = module is not processing. SOV J Current counter reading Graphic display of the current counter reading value. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. CTC K Range start Low limit of the current counter value. then 5% of the range end value. both middle and upper symbol = coarse. DOS_A. PR S Set manual or auto. Err appears in red. CTC M Counter reading of the last period (CP) Numerical display of the current counter of the last period value. T Set Run or Stop mode Switch to either run or stop operation mode (R = run. The numeric value is displayed on the right. lope W Engineering unit FBPEEUI340004C0 Description Display of the engineering unit. PTV P Basic value (BV) Sets the basic value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. Pd V Shut-off value Two arrows set the shut-off value. The numeric value is displayed on the right.39 .Open Loop Control Function Blocks Dosing Circuit. C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. CTP N Shut-off value (S) Sets the shut-off value. SRS U Dosing mode Graphic display of the operating mode. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. DOS_E Faceplate Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display.

A red state indicator shows the current dosing mode. A red state indicator shows the current dosing mode. or coarse dosing mode. or coarse dosing mode. C Dosing mode Switch to either stop. Middle symbol = fine. Dosing Mode Window Item Description Atom Pd Atom Pd Pd Faceplate A . Highlighted symbols indicate the dosing mode: Lower symbol = stop. Both middle and upper symbol = coarse.Open Loop Control Function Blocks Item Description X Dosing mode window Key to close the dosing mode window. B Dosing mode window Closes the dosing mode window.40 FBPEEUI340004C0 . fine. A Dosing mode Graphic display of the operating mode. fine. Y Dosing mode Switch to either stop.

CSTBO Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Byte. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. CSTBY Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Off = module is not processing. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. Faceplate Constant Input.41 . The numeric value is displayed on the right. EN/ENO F Output state Keys to select either True or False output state. The numeric value is displayed on the right. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. CSTDI Item Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 Description Description Atom Calls the point display. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Ske H Range start Low limit of the current output value Ska Faceplate Constant input. Off = module is not processing. A .Constants Constants Constant Input False or True. Kval A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. A Kval rde state indicator shows the output state. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. Kval G Range end High limit of the current output value. Integer Word with Sign. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement.

Ske H Range start Low limit of the current output value Ska Faceplate A . TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. CSTIN Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Integer Word. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. On the right is displayed the numerical value on two lines:upper line with date. lower line with time. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. CSTDWI Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Date and Time. Kval G Range end High limit of the current output value. Kval Faceplate Constant Input. Kval Faceplate Constant Input. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. The numeric value is displayed on the right.42 Description FBPEEUI340004C0 . CSTDTI Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Off = module is not processing. The numeric value is displayed on the right. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Double Word Value. Off = module is not processing. Off = module is not processing. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing.Constants Constant Input.

TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Off = module is not processing.Ske mat. CSTRE Item Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. ACK E Module status On = module is processing.43 . Kval G Range end High limit of the current output value. Floating Point Value. On the right is displayed the numerical value in time format. CSTTI Item Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 Description Description Atom Calls the point display. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. The numeric value is displayed on the right. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value.Constants Constant Input. Ske H Range start Low limit of the current output value Ska A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. H Range start Low limit of the current output value in time format. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. Faceplate Constant Input. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Kval G Range end High limit of the current output value in timre for. Time Value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Ska A .

ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Kval G Range end High limit of the current output value. CSTUI Faceplate A . Ske H Range start Low limit of the current output value Ska A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Integer Word without Sign. CSTUD Faceplate Constant Input. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Kval G Range end High limit of the current output value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Ske H Range start Low limit of the current output value. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. Double Integer Word without Sign. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Ska Item Description Atom Calls the point display. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.Constants Constant Input. Off = module is not processing. FBPEEUI340004C0 . Off = module is not processing.44 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.

ACK E Module status On = module is processing.Constants Constant Input. Off = module is not processing. CSTWO Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. EN/ENO F Output (OUT) Sets the output value.45 . Off = module is not processing. Enter in text format. EN/ENO F Output Text display of the character string constant value. The numeric value is displayed on the right. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Kval Faceplate Constant Input. CSTSTR8 Item Description Atom Calls the point display. Kval A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 A . OUT G Output (OUT) Sets the character string constant value. Word Value. 8 Characters. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.

Off = module is not processing. OUT G Output (OUT) Sets the character string constant value. Enter in text format. 16 Characters. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Kval A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. Kval Faceplate Constant Input. Off = module is not processing. EN/ENO F Output Text display of the character string constant value. CSTSTR32 Item Description Atom Calls the point display. Faceplate A .Constants Constant Input. EN/ENO F Output Text display of the character string constant value. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. CSTSTR16 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Enter in text format. OUT G Output (OUT) Sets the character string constant value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.46 FBPEEUI340004C0 . 32 Characters. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement.

64 Characters. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Kval A Tag button B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.47 .Constants Constant Input. Off = module is not processing. Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 A . CSTSTR128 Item Description Atom Calls the point display. 128 Characters. Off = module is not processing. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. Enter in text format. EN/ENO F Output Text display of the character string constant value. Enter in text format. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. Kval Faceplate Constant Input. OUT G Output (OUT) Sets the character string constant value. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. CSTSTR64 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. EN/ENO F Output Text display of the character string constant value. OUT G Output (OUT) Sets the character string constant value.

Constants Constant Input. TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. OUT G Output (OUT) Sets the character string constant value. CSTSTR256 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. Kval Faceplate A . Off = module is not processing. Enter in text format. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. EN/ENO F Output Text display of the character string constant value. 256 Characters. ACK E Module status On = module is processing. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement.48 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

Constants PLI Faceplate Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. ACK F Module status On = module is processing. LEG D Error status In case of error. P Recipe window Calls the recipe parameters window. SI K Failure register Messages and error codes in case of error. Recipe Parameters Window Item V Recipe parameters Description Keys to set the 20 recipe parameters. reset. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. ERR E Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement.49 . abort. LRP Atom LRP Faceplate FBPEEUI340004C0 A . Err appears in red. A = auto). SMA O Set operator or programmer mode Switch either operator or programmer operation mode (O = Operator. P = programmer). TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. Off = module is not processing. I State registers Numerical value of the state registers ST J Step index Numerical value of the current state step index. B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. restart. CTP N Set manual or automatic mode Switch either automatic or manual operation mode (M = manual. F L Request command Numerical value of the request command RQ M Batch ID Display of the batch identification. EN/ ENO G States View of the current and the next possible states: current state = yellow. stop. next state = grey. hold. ST H Sequences Sets the different sequences: start.

5 %. Err appears in red with a code ERR I Inhibition type Indicates the inhibition type (m = manual. ACK E Inhibition Allows manual inhibition of thetag from group display. MSTAST XT H Error status In case of error. then 5 % of the range end value T Output value Graphic display of the output value OUT U Output value Sets the output value Yi Wislope FBPEEUI340004C0 . B Tag name Name of the point of measurement. then 5 % of the range end value S Output value Two arrows set the output value. E = external). AIH F Module status On = module is processing Off = module is note processing EN/ENO G Alarm status Indicates the alarm status. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode.5 %. Q Set Internal or External Mode Switch to either internal or external operation SIE mode (I = internal. LEG D Alarm acknowledgement Orange button allows alarm acknowledgement. R Set Point Value Two arrows set the set point value. AIH/AAIH J Set Point value Sets the set point value. A red state indicator shows the current operating mode. The numeric value is displayed on the right OUT O Set Point Value (SP) Sets the set point value.Remote Control Remote Control FLRC-LP Protronic Control Loop A . TAG C Legend Short text of the point of measurement. First increments Yislope are 0. First increments are 0. a = automatic).50 Item Description Atom A Tag button Calls the point display. WI K Set Point value Graphic display of the set point value. ASP L Process value Numerical display of the set point value PV M Process value (PV) Graphic display of the process value PV N Output value (OUT) Sets the output value. E = external). The numeric value is displayed on the right WI P Set Manual or Automatic Mode Switch to either internal or external operation SMA mode (I = internal.

A triangle appears in the mimic displays. • For an atom name in lower case. R: Real number.Tag.Atoms Appendix B Introduction The atoms give access to all the information on the modules or the values of the Freelance variables in order to display it in the mimic displays or use them in the various Conductor NT displays. an error code is displayed if the information cannot be accessed. 3. 0 for information of the Freelance ULONG type. is a concatenation of one or two character strings. Atoms Common to All Module Types Table B-1. No triangle appears in the mimic displays. An atom represented by a name not exceeding 16 letters. An atom can be of one of the following types: • • • I: Integer. -1 for any other information. ACCESS[i]=0: parameter i accessible AREA I Functional area to which the module belongs 1 to 64. FMT I Number of decimals for the real values of the module FBPEEUI340004C0 B-1 . a default value is given if the information cannot be accessed. Refer to Table B-2.4E+38 for a real number. Configuration Elements Name Type Significance ACCESS I Module control or accessibility parameters. Cn: String of n characters. • For an atom name in upper case. The names can be either fully upper case or fully lower case. The value by default is: • • • • Empty string for a character string. 0 = undefined.

LOCK[i]=0: parameter i not locked MSET I Module group number from 1 to 255. DOS_A.DOS. DOS_E ACCESS[6] Ramp bias ACCESS[18] Manual dosing .DOS.Atoms Common to All Module Types Table B-1. DOS_E ACCESS[7] Number of cycles ACCESS[19] Dosing state .DOS.PLI B-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 . Configuration Elements (continued) Name Type Significance GRPM C16 Group model name LEG C48 Module legend LOCK[11] I Module locking parameters.PLI ACCESS[12] Delay time ACCESS[24] Interruption . >=1000: custom module Table B-2.PLI ACCESS[9] Pulse duration ACCESS[21] Start .PLI ACCESS[10] Switching time ACCESS[22] Hold . DOS_A.PLI ACCESS[11] Switching duration ACCESS[23] Stop . DOS_A. Module Accessibility or Control Parameters Parameter Description Parameter Description ACCESS[1] Reset ACCESS[13] Internal set point ACCESS[2] Basic value ACCESS[14] Output ACCESS[3] Ratio ACCESS[15] Presetting manual ACCESS[4] Shift (bias ACCESS[16] Stop value .DOS. Refer to Table B-3. DOS_E ACCESS[8] Cyclic ACCESS[20] Restarting . 0=not defined NUM I Module number from 1 to n PNTM C16 Point model name ST0LAB C48 First status text ST1LAB C48 Second status text ST2LAB C48 Third status text STNAME C16 Name of D-PS containing the module TAG C16 Tag name TYP I UNIT C16 Engineering unit UNIT2 C16 Second unit Module type to 999: predetermined module. DOS_A. DOS_E ACCESS[5] Manual value ACCESS[17] Switching value .

Atoms Common to All Module Types
Table B-2. Module Accessibility or Control Parameters
Parameter

Description

Parameter

Description

ACCESS[25]

Mode - PLI

ACCESS[38]

Batch parameter 9 - PLI

ACCESS[26]

Alarm 1

ACCESS[39]

Batch parameter 10 - PLI

ACCESS[27]

Alarm 2

ACCESS[40]

Batch parameter 11 - PLI

ACCESS[28]

Alarm 3

ACCESS[41]

Batch parameter 12 - PLI

ACCESS[29]

Alarm 4

ACCESS[42]

Batch parameter 13 - PLI

ACCESS[30]

Batch parameter 1 - PLI

ACCESS[43]

Batch parameter 14 - PLI

ACCESS[31]

Batch parameter 2 - PLI

ACCESS[44]

Batch parameter 15 - PLI

ACCESS[32]

Batch parameter 3 - PLI

ACCESS[45]

Batch parameter 16 - PLI

ACCESS[33]

Batch parameter 4 - PLI

ACCESS[46]

Batch parameter 17 - PLI

ACCESS[34]

Batch parameter 5 - PLI

ACCESS[47]

Batch parameter 18 - PLI

ACCESS[35]

Batch parameter 6 - PLI

ACCESS[48]

Batch parameter 19 - PLI

ACCESS[36]

Batch parameter 7 - PLI

ACCESS[49]

Batch parameter 20 - PLI

ACCESS[37]

Batch parameter 8 - PLI

ACCESS[50]

Constant

Table B-3. Module Locking Parameters
LOCK[1]

Internal mode

LOCK[2]

External mode

LOCK[3]

Manual mode

LOCK[4]

Auto mode

LOCK[5]

Out of limits

LOCK[6]

Stop

LOCK[7]

Within limits

LOCK[8]

Jump

LOCK[9]

Scroll

LOCK[10]

Ratio, shift (bias)

Table B-4. Dynamic Elements
Name

FBPEEUI340004C0

Type

Significance

ACK

I

Acknowledgment of all the module alarms by
writing the value 0

PA

I

Module alarm status (logical "OR" of all the alarms
1=alarm

B-3

Atoms Common to All Module Types

Nonstructured Variables
Table B-5. Configuration Elements
Name

Significance

C48

OUT

E/R/C

STNAME
Examples:

Type

LEG

Variable legend
Current value of the variable

C16

TName of the D-PS containing the variable

item.atom FIC101.OUT

FIC101 variable current value.

item.atom FIC101.LEG

FIC101 variable legend.

Structured Variables
To access the current value of a structured variable element,
the item name to be used must be name of the Freelance variable. The atom name must be the name of the variable element.
Examples:

item.atom FIC102.X

Current value of element X of the FIC102
variable.

Alarms
Table B-6. Roots
Name

B-4

Type

Significance

AL1

I

Module alarm 1

AL2

I

Module alarm 2

AL3

I

Module alarm 3

AL4

I

Module alarm 4

AL5

I

Module alarm 5

AL6

I

Module alarm 6

DHH

I

High alarm on variation/h

DHHH

I

Very high alarm on variation/h

DHHM

I

Very high alarm on variation/m

DHHS

I

Very high alarm on variation/s

DHM

I

High alarm on variation/m

DHS

I

High alarm on variation/s

FBPEEUI340004C0

Atoms Common to All Module Types
Table B-6. Roots
Name

FBPEEUI340004C0

(continued)

Type

Significance

DLH

I

Low alarm on variation/h

DLLH

I

Very low alarm on variation/h

DLLM

I

Very low alarm on variation/m

DLLS

I

Very low alarm on variation/s

DLM

I

Low alarm on variation/m

DLS

I

Low alarm on variation/s

EMERGENCY

I

Emergency alarm

ENDPOS

I

Discordance alarm

FAULT

I

Fault alarm

H

I

High alarm

HCE

I

High alarm on deviation

HH

I

Very high alarm

HHCE

I

Very high alarm on deviation

HHR

I

Very high alarm on ratio

HR

I

High alarm on ratio

L

I

Low alarm

LCE

I

Low alarm on deviation

LHCE

I

Alarm on dead band

LL

I

Very low alarm

LLCE

I

Very low alarm on deviation

LLR

I

Very low alarm on ratio

LOCAL

I

Local alarm

LR

I

Low alarm on ratio

MSGRANGE

I

Overrun alarm

RATECHNG

I

Slope alarm

WIREBRK

I

Wire break alarm

RUNTIME

I

Run time alarm

SAFETY

I

Forced setting alarm

TORQUE

I

Blocking alarm

B-5

Atoms Specific to Each Module Type For each module type. Consult the Digitool manual (Vol. 7=discrete alarm Table B-8. Refer to Parameter Names in this appendix. entitled Functional Blocks and Functions. Extensions for Dynamic Elements Name Examples: Type Significance ACK I Acknowledgment by writing of value 0 THR R Alarm threshold level in engineering units Atom L Current value of module low alarm. Atom LLTHR Threshold level attached to module very low alarm. Atom FAULTPRIO Module fault alarm priority. for each type of module.identical to alarm root NUM I Alarm number 1 to 6 PRIO I Priority 1 to 16 TYP I Type of message: 1=bad I/O. 2=high/low alarm.operator help text MSG C8 Alarm message . FBPEEUI340004C0 . • B-6 The Freelance REAL type inputs/outputs/parameters correspond to R type atoms.status text NAME C16 Alarm name . NOTE: Make sure that the atom names are either fully in upper case or fully in lower case letters. 3=deviation alarm. In addition. Extensions for Configuration Elements Name Type CLASS Significance I Message class 3 = process alarm LEG C200 Alarm legend .Atoms Specific to Each Module Type Table B-7. 2). the parameter names correspond to the atom names. the input/output names correspond to the atom names which can be used. Atom AL2LEG Module alarm 2 legend.

GMT C19 Date in the form a character string giving Greenwich Mean Time: dd-mm-yyy dd:mm:ss Table B-11. and B-11. • The Freelance DT type inputs/outputs/parameters correspond to atoms of the C19 type and contain dates expressed in local time without adjustment for daylight saving time. • The Freelance TIME type inputs/outputs/parameters correspond to alarms of the I type and contain duration in the form of numbers of milliseconds elapsed. Atom L1 of a CTT module Atom MBA of an AI_TR module Threshold level attached to alarm one of the module. TTXT C8 Duration in the form of a shortened character string. BYTE or BOOL type inputs/outputs/parameters correspond to I type atoms. WORD. Bottom of measuring scale. In addition. UDINT. B-7 . Extensions for DT Inputs/Outputs/Parameters Name Type Significance DST C19 Date in the form of a character string giving the local time with adjustment for daylight saving time dd-mm-yyyy dd:mm:ss. Table B-9. seconds and milliseconds xxdxxhxxmxxsxxxms. Only the two most significant units are presented. Extensions for REAL inputs/Outputs/Parameters Name TXT FBPEEUI340004C0 Type C Significance Real in the form of a character string. DWORD.Atoms Specific to Each Module Type Examples: • The Freelance DINT. in the form of character strings of the dd-mm-yy hh:mm:ss type. Table B-10. INT. minutes. Extensions for TIME Inputs/Outputs/Parameters Name Type Significance TXT C17 Duration in the form of a character string: number of days. B-10. some of the atom names can be considered as roots to be used with the extensions shown in Tables B-9. hours. UINT.

FBPEEUI340004C0 . Use with the extensions shown in Tables B-12 and B-13.Atoms Specific to Each Module Type Examples: Value of the constant expressed in number of ms. Bit 4 Monitoring time is over. Value of the constant in the form of a date expressed in local time without adjustment for daylight saving time: dd-mm-yyyy hh:mm:ss. Bit 2 Step is permanently on. 0 = auto). Step Extensions Name Type Meaning RUN I Running time of a step ACT C19 Activation time of a step STATUS I State information TMO I Monitoring time has expired TUE TWA Monitoring time I Waiting time The STATUS information for step extentions is coded as an integer with the following elementary data: B-8 Bit 0 Step is computed. Step_name-extension. Step Extensions Table B-12. Value of the constant in the form of a character string xxdxxhxxmxxsxxxms. Bit 1 Step is passed. Transition_name-extension. integer type. KVAL atom of a CSTTI module KVALTX atom of a CSTT module KVAL atom of a CSTDT module SFC Sequences In the case of SFC sequences the module name is the name of the sequence and the atom names are constructed as follows: • • • OPM (operating mode. Bit 3 Step is permanently off.

the arrows indicating direction of running in the function block IDF_1. e. No. The choice of input pins and output pins is described in the Freelance 2000 documentation. entry Table B-68. Bit 1 Transition crossed. Parameter Names This section refers to the parameter entries for the individual function blocks.g. B-9 . Bit 3 Transition locked.Parameter Names Transition Extensions Table B-13. If Yes is entered in the Configurable column then the parameter will be shown in the parameter-definition mask while if No is entered here the parameter will normally be used for display purposes. • The third column shows whether or not the parameter is configurable in the parameter-definition masks. • FBPEEUI340004C0 The last column refers to the Ref. The tables are structured as follows: • The first column shows the name of the parameter. Bit 2 Transition forced. Bit 4 Transition result. Transition Extensions Name STATUS Type I Meaning State information The STATUS information for transition extentions is coded as an integer with the following elementary data: Bit 0 Transition enabled. • The second shows the data type of the parameter.. Exponents are as specified in the Comment column. • The fourth column shows comments.

Al_TRT .10 Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See 1) FBPEEUI340004C0 .Analog Output Converter Name Data Type Configurable Mba REAL Yes Measuring range start Mbe REAL Yes Measuring range end Sb INT Yes Input Signal range B . Other messages.g. General Message Structure Name Data Type Configurable Comment Gt WORD Yes*) Limit value type Mp BYTE Yes Message priority of the limit value Ast BYTE No Message state of the limit value. Table B-15. e.Analog Input Converter with Transitions Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba REAL Yes Measuring range start Mbe REAL Yes Measuring range end See Sb INT Yes Signal range 1) Cew INT Yes Source of default value 2) Trs REAL Yes Transition value Tru INT Yes Transition monitoring Pa REAL No Display value output Pewa BOOL No Default value active Wtb REAL Yes Conversion and tolerance range 3) Table B-17. AO_TR . e.Parameter Names Table B-14.g. Ast1.Analog Input Converter Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba REAL Yes Measuring range start Mbe REAL Yes Measuring range end Sb INT Yes Signal range Cew BOOL Yes Hold last value Wtb REAL Yes Conversion tolerance range Ewa BOOL No Default value active See 1) Table B-16. Ast2. Ast3 See *) Only configurable for limit values. Al_TR . have a fixed limit value type.. Message states are distinguished from one another by a sequential number. final position of IDFs.

Parameter Names
Table B-17. AO_TR - Analog Output Converter

(continued)

Name

Data Type

Configurable

Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1

LoO

BOOL

Yes

Undercurrent output

HiO

BOOL

Yes

Overcurrent output

See

Table B-18. C_ANA - Set Point Controller
Name

Data Type

Configurable

Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1

See

Hw

REAL

Yes

Manual value

Ska

REAL

Yes

Scale start

Ske

REAL

Yes

Scale end

Pri

REAL

Yes

Internal ratio

Pie

INT

Yes

Operating-mode parameter internal/external

4)

Pha

INT

Yes

Operating-mode parameter manual/auto

5)

Pbi

REAL

Yes

Internal bias

Ae

BOOL

Yes

Multiplier enable

Pa

REAL

No

Display variable output

Table B-19. C_CR - Continuous Ratio Controller
Name

Data Type

Configurable

Comment

See

Parameter-Definition Mask 1
Ri

REAL

Yes

Internal ratio

Mbav

REAL

No

Measuring range start for display

Mbev

REAL

No

Measuring range end for display

Mba

REAL

Yes

Meas. range start for controlled variable

Mbe

REAL

Yes

Meas. range end for controlled variable

Hy1

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 1

Hy2

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 2

Hy3

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 3

Hy4

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 4

Wi

REAL

Yes

Internal set point

Yi

REAL

Yes

Internal output value

Ww

REAL

No

Target set point

SkaV

REAL

Yes

Scale start ratio

SkeV

REAL

Yes

Scale end ratio

SpV

REAL

Yes

Specific ratio

FBPEEUI340004C0

B - 11

Parameter Names
Table B-19. C_CR - Continuous Ratio Controller

(continued)

Name

Data Type

Configurable

Comment

SpVact

BOOL

Yes

Identifier: Lambda control active

XBub

REAL

No

Bargraph value for controlled variable

XBubw

REAL

No

Numeric value for controlled variable

WBub

REAL

No

Bargraph value for set point

XDbub

REAL

No

Control difference for o’view display

Vabub

BOOL

No

Identifier: whether R-disp. selected

Verr

BOOL

No

Identifier: whether Rist has passed beyond the
permissible range

See

Parameter-Definition Mask 2
Pa

BOOL

Yes

Simple control active

la

BOOL

Yes

Integral control active

Knl

BOOL

Yes

Inverse characteristic curve

Ap

REAL

Yes

Operating point for controller in %

Pve

INT

Yes

Ratio-op. mode Internal/External

4)

Pvein

INT

Yes

Ratio-op. mode On/Off

6)

Py

INT

Yes

Output-value operating mode

5)

Sy

INT

Yes

Synchronization Manual/Auto

7)

Dxd

INT

Yes

D-action cont. variable/cont. difference

8)

Da

INT

Yes

D-action

9)
10)

Az

INT

Yes

Disturbance variable feedforward

Hkp

BOOL

Yes

Manual output characteristic positive

Spip

INT

Yes

Synchronization Pi →P controller

11)

Pxd

INT

Yes

P-action from control deviation or control
difference

12)

Kpstoss

BOOL

Yes

Proportional corr. value change peakless

Tsync

TIME

Yes

Synchronization time for compensating
operations
Parameter-Definition Mask 3

Rwh

TIME

Yes

Set point ramp rising

Rwl

TIME

Yes

Set point ramp falling

Ryh

TIME

Yes

Output-value ramp rising

Ryl

TIME

Yes

Output-value ramp falling

Wh

REAL

Yes

Set point limit high in %

Wl

REAL

Yes

Set point limit low in %

B - 12

FBPEEUI340004C0

Parameter Names
Table B-19. C_CR - Continuous Ratio Controller

(continued)

Name

Data Type

Configurable

Comment

Xdz

REAL

Yes

Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in %

Ygw

INT

Yes

Effectiveness of output limits

See
13)

Parameter-Definition Mask 4
SyExln

INT

Yes

Synch. ratio external –internal

14)

SyOnOf

INT

Yes

Synch. ratio on –off

15)

SyOfOn

INT

Yes

Synch. ratio off-on

16)

Vanz

INT

Yes

Identifier for ratio display or absolute display

17)

Table B-20. C_CS - Continuous Standard Controller
Name

Data Type

Configurable

Comment

Mba

REAL

Yes

Meas. range start for controlled variable

Mbe

REAL

Yes

Meas. range end for controlled variable

Hy1

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 1

Hy2

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 2

Hy3

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 3

Hy4

REAL

Yes

Hysteresis for limit value 4

Wi

REAL

Yes

Internal set point

See

Parameter-Definition Mask 1

Yi

REAL

Yes

Internal output value

Ww

REAL

No

Target set point

XDbub

REAL

No

Control deviation for overview display
Parameter-Definition Mask 2

Pa

BOOL

Yes

Simple control active

la

BOOL

Yes

Integral control active

Knl

BOOL

Yes

Inverse characteristic curve

Ap

REAL

Yes

Operating point for controller in %

Kp cf

REAL

Yes

Proportional correction value

Kv

REAL

Yes

Derivative gain

Tn

TIME

Yes

Reset time

TV

TIME

Yes

Rate time

Sy

INT

Yes

Synchronization Manual/Auto

7)

Dxd

INT

Yes

D-action cont. variable/cont. difference

8)

Da

INT

Yes

D-action

9)

FBPEEUI340004C0

B - 13

Parameter Names Table B-20. C_CS . range start for controlled variable Mbe REAL Yes Meas. mode Internal/External 4) Pxd INT Yes P-action of the controlled variable or control difference 12) Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Ryh TIME Yes Output-value ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Output-value ramp falling Pyh REAL Yes Output limit high in % Pyl REAL Yes Output limit low in % Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % 18) 13) Table B-21.Continuous Universal Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba REAL Yes Meas. range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point Yi REAL Yes Internal output value Ww REAL No Target set point XDbub REAL No Control difference for overview display Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pa B .14 BOOL Yes Simple control active FBPEEUI340004C0 .Continuous Standard Controller Name Data Type (continued) Configurable Comment See Py INT Yes Output-value operating mode Manual/Automatic 5) Pwi INT Yes Set point op. C_CU .

value change peakless Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Ryh TIME Yes Output-value ramp upwards Ryl TIME Yes Output-value ramp downwards Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits 18) 13) Table B-22.Continuous Universal Controller Name Data Type Configurable (continued) Comment See la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % Py INT Yes Output-value operating mode 5) Sy INT Yes Synchronization Manual/Auto 7) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont. Difference 12) Kpstoss BOOL Yes Proportional corr.Parameter Names Table B-21. difference 8) Da INT Yes D-action 9) Az INT Yes Disturbance variable feedforward 10) Hkp BOOL Yes Manual output characteristic positive Pwi INT Yes Set point op. range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 FBPEEUI340004C0 B . range start for controlled variable Mbe REAL Yes Meas. C_CU .Two-Position Universal Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba REAL Yes Meas.15 . mode Internal/External 4) Spip INT Yes Synchronization Pl →P controller 11) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont. variable/cont. variable/cont. C_OU .

cycle duration Ryh TIME Yes Output ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Output ramp falling B .16 18) 13) FBPEEUI340004C0 . variable/cont. difference 8) Da INT Yes D-action 9) Az INT Yes Disturbance variable feedforward 10) Pwi INT Yes Set point op. variable/cont. Difference 12) Kpstoss BOOL Yes Smooth prop. switching frequency Tcm TIME Yes Max.Parameter Names Table B-22. coefficient change Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits Tmin TIME Yes Minimum switch-on time T50 TIME Yes Cycle time with max. C_OU . mode Internal/External 4) Spip INT Yes Synchronization Pl →P controller 11) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont.Two-Position Universal Controller (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point Yi REAL Yes Internal output value Ww REAL No Target set point XDbub REAL No Control difference for review display See Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pa BOOL Yes Simple control active la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % Py INT Yes Output-value operating mode 5) Sy INT Yes Synchronization Manual/Auto 7) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont.

variable/cont. variable/cont. range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 fi Ww REAL No Target set point (not accessible) Yi REAL Yes Internal output value XDbub REAL No Control difference for overview display GyOb BOOL No Rise in char. C_PS . Difference 12) FBPEEUI340004C0 B . difference 8) 9) Da INT Yes D-action SplO REAL Yes Split point 1 Spll REAL Yes Split point 2 GyO INT Yes Rise in characteristic curve 1 19) Gyl INT Yes Rise in characteristic curve 2 19) Pyh INT Yes Output-value operating mode Manual/automatic 5) Pwi INT Yes Set point op.Parameter Names Table B-23. curve 1 for DigiVis Gylb BOOL No Rise in char.Three-Position Standard Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment Mba REAL Yes Meas. range start for controlled variable Mbe REAL Yes Meas. mode Internal/External 4) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont. curve 2 for DigiVis Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pa BOOL Yes Simple control active la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % Pkp REAL Yes Proportional range Pkv REAL Yes Derivative gain Ptn TIME Yes Reset time Ptv TIME Yes Rate time Sy INT Yes Synchronization Manual/Auto 7) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont.17 .

cycle time Ryh TIME Yes Output ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Output ramp falling 18) 13) Table B-24. range start for controlled variable Mbe REAL Yes Meas.Three-Position Standard Controller (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations See Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Tmin TIME Yes Minimum switch-on time Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits Ygh REAL Yes Output limit high in % Ygl REAL Yes Output limit low in % T50 TIME Yes Cycle time with max.Parameter Names Table B-23. curve 2 for DigiVis XDbub REAL No Control difference for overview display.Three-Position Universal Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba REAL Yes Meas. curve 1 for DigiVis Gylb BOOL No Rise in char. range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point Yi REAL Yes Internal output value Ww REAL No Target set point GyOb BOOL No Rise in char. C_PS . switching frequency Tcm TIME Yes Max. B . C_PU .18 FBPEEUI340004C0 .

C_PU . variable/cont. variable/cont.Three-Position Universal Controller (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Pa BOOL Yes Simple control active la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % Py INT Yes Output-value operating mode 5) Sy INT Yes Synchronization Manual/Auto 7) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont. difference 8) Da INT Yes D-action 9) Az INT Yes Disturbance variable feedforward 10) SplO REAL Yes Split point 1 Spll REAL Yes Split point 2 Parameter-Definition Mask 2 GyO INT Yes Rise in output characteristic curve 1 19) Gyl INT Yes Rise in output characteristic curve 2 19) Pwi INT Yes Set point op.Parameter Names Table B-24. switching frequency Tcm TIME Yes Max. mode Internal/External 4) Spip INT Yes Synchronization Pl →P controller 11) 12) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont.19 . Difference Kpstoss BOOL Yes Proportional correction change peak less Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits Tmin TIME Yes Minimum switch-on time T50 TIME Yes Cycle time with max. cycle time Ryh TIME Yes Output ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Output ramp falling FBPEEUI340004C0 B .

C_SR .Step Ratio Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment Ri REAL Yes Internal ratio Mbav REAL No Measuring range start for ratio display Mbev REAL No Measuring range end for ratio display Mba REAL Yes Meas.Parameter Names Table B-25. range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 PGw1 REAL Yes Limit value 3 PHy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 PGw2 REAL Yes Limit value 4 PHy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point Ww REAL No Target set point Yiibt REAL Yes Incremental manual output value in commissioning Yabub REAL No Absolute Output-value for DigiVis SkeV REAL Yes Scale end ratio SpV REAL Yes Specific ratio SpVact BOOL Yes Identifier: Lambda control active XBub REAL No Bargraph value for controlled variable XBubw REAL No Numeric value for controlled variable WBub REAL No Bargraph value for set point SkaV REAL Yes Scale start ratio Xdbub REAL No Control difference for overview display Vabub BOOL No Identifier: ratio display selected Verr BOOL No Identifier: whether ratio has passed beyond permissible range YRerr BOOL No Identifier: position-feedback error Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pa BOOL Yes Simple control active la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % B .20 FBPEEUI340004C0 . range start for controlled variable Mbe REAL Yes Meas.

C_SR . Difference Kpstoss BOOL Yes Proportional corr. variable/cont. difference 8) Da INT Yes D-Action 9) Az INT Yes Disturbance variable feedforward 10) Rfe BOOL Yes External acknowledgement SpiP INT Yes Synchronization Pl →P controller 11) 12) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont. run-time Totrf TIME Yes Dead-time acknowledgement Yrbub REAL No Effective feedback for DigiVis TlaufOn BOOL Yes Run-time monitoring active Sy INT Yes 13) Parameter-Definition Mask 4 FBPEEUI340004C0 Synchronization manual/auto 7) B .21 . mode Internal/External 4) Pvein INT Yes Ratio op. change peakless Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits lil TIME Yes Minimum impulse duration Pll TIME Yes Minimum pause length Tmpos TIME Yes Motor positioning time for open Yri REAL No Internal acknowledgement Yrw REAL No Effective acknowledgement Ryh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Tmneg TIME Yes Motor positioning time for closed Tlfac REAL Yes Maximum multiple of motor positioning time as max. mode On/Off 6) Py INT Yes Output-value operating mode 5) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont.Step Ratio Controller Name Data Type (continued) Configurable Comment See Pve INT Yes Ratio op. variable/cont.Parameter Names Table B-25.

22 FBPEEUI340004C0 . difference 8) B . C_SS .Step Standard Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba REAL Yes Meas.or absolute display 17) Table B-26.Step Ratio Controller Name Data Type (continued) Configurable Comment See SyExln INT Yes Synchronization ratio external/lnternal 14) SyOnOf INT Yes Synchronization ratio on/off 15) SyOfOn INT Yes Synchronization ratio off/on 16) Vanz INT Yes Identifier for ratio. range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point Yri REAL No Position feedback signal Ww REAL No Target set point (not accessible) Yiibt REAL Yes Incremental manual output value in commissioning Yabub REAL No Absolute output value for DigiVis XDbub REAL No Control difference for review display YRerr BOOL No Identifier: position-feedback error Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pa BOOL Yes Simple control active la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % Pkp REAL Yes Proportional range Ptn TIME Yes Reset time Ptv TIME Yes Rate time Rfe BOOL Yes External feed-back Sy INT Yes Synchronization Manual/Auto 7) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont. C_SR . variable/cont. range start for controlled variable Mbe REAL Yes Meas.Parameter Names Table B-25.

feedback Yrbub REAL No Effective feedback for bargraph TlaufOn BOOL Yes Run-time monitoring active 13) Table B-27. run-time Totrf TIME Yes Dead-time in ext. range start for controlled variable B .Step Universal Controller Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Mba FBPEEUI340004C0 REAL Yes Meas.Step Standard Controller Name Data Type (continued) Configurable Comment See Kv REAL Yes Derivative gain Da INT Yes D-action 9) Pyh INT Yes Output-value operating mode Manual/Automatic 5) Pwi INT Yes Set point op.23 . C_SU . Difference Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Tmpos TIME Yes Motor positioning time for open Parameter-Definition Mask 3 lil TIME Yes Minimum impulse duration Pll TIME Yes Minimum pause length Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % 18) Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits Ygh REAL Yes Output limit high in % Ygl REAL Yes Output limit low in % Yrw REAL No Effective acknowledgement Ryh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Tmneg TIME Yes Motor positioning time for closed Tlfac REAL Yes Maximum multiple of motor positioning time as max. variable/cont. mode internal/external 4) 12) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont. C_SS .Parameter Names Table B-26.

24 18) FBPEEUI340004C0 . range end for controlled variable Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 Wi REAL Yes Internal set point Ww REAL No Target set point Yiibt REAL Yes Incremental manual output value in commissioning Yabub REAL No Absolute output value for DigiVis XDbub REAL No Control difference for review display YRerr BOOL No See Identifier: position-feedback error Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pa BOOL Yes Simple control active la BOOL Yes Integral control active Knl BOOL Yes Inverse characteristic curve Ap REAL Yes Operating point for controller in % Py INT Yes Output-value operating mode 5) Sy INT Yes Synchronization Manual/Auto 7) Dxd INT Yes D-action cont.Step Universal Controller (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment Mbe REAL Yes Meas. variable/cont. C_SU . Difference 12) Kpstoss BOOL Yes Smooth prop. variable/cont.Parameter Names Table B-27. coefficient change Tsync TIME Yes Synchronization time for compensating operations Parameter-Definition Mask 3 Rwh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Rwl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Wf INT Yes Set point tracking Wh REAL Yes Set point limit high in % B . mode Internal/External 4) Spip INT Yes Synchronization Pi →P controller 11) Pxd INT Yes P-action cont. difference 8) Da INT Yes D-action 9) Az INT Yes Disturbance variable feedforward 10) Rfe BOOL Yes External acknowledgement Pwi INT Yes Set point op.

25 .Step Universal Controller Name Data Type Configurable (continued) Comment Wl REAL Yes Set point limit low in % Xdz REAL Yes Dead zone of the control difference around 0 in % Ygw INT Yes Effectiveness of output limits lil TIME Yes Minimum impulse duration Pll TIME Yes Minimum pause length Tmpos TIME Yes Motor positioning time Yri REAL No Internal feedback Yrw REAL No Effective feedback Ryh TIME Yes Set point ramp rising Ryl TIME Yes Set point ramp falling Tmneg TIME Yes Motor positioning time Tlfac REAL Yes Maximum multiple of motor positioning time as max.DINT FBPEEUI340004C0 B . run-time Totrf TIME Yes Dead-time feedback Yrbub REAL No Effective feedback for bargraph TlaufOn BOOL Yes Run-time monitoring active See 13) Table B-28.Byte Kval CSTDI . C_SU . Constant Inputs Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See CSTBO .Bool KVal INT Yes Constant value BYTE Yes Constant value Kval DINT Yes Constant value Ska DINT Yes Scale start Ske DINT Yes Scale end 22) CSTBY .Parameter Names Table B-27. CO_TO_INT .CODE to INTEGER Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See Wcd INT Yes Target code 20) Wtp INT Yes Tetrads 21) Table B-29.

STRING128 Kval STRING128 CSTS256 .Date and Time Kval DT Yes Constant value Yes Constant value CSTDW .DWORD KVal DWORD CSTIN .TIME KVal TIME Yes Constant value Ska TIME Yes Scale start Ske TIME Yes Scale end CSTUD .STRING32 Kval STRING32 CSTS64 .26 FBPEEUI340004C0 .STRING16 Kval STRING16 CSTS32 .INTEGER KVal INT Yes Constant value Ska INT Yes Scale start Ske INT Yes Scale end CSTRE .STRING8 Kval STRING8 CSTS16 .STRING256 Kval STRING256 CSTTI .UDINT Kval UDINT Yes Constant value Ska UDINT Yes Scale start Ske UDINT Yes Scale end B .REAL Kval REAL Yes Constant value Ska REAL Yes Scale start Ske REAL Yes Scale end Yes Constant Yes Constant Yes Constant Yes Constant Yes Constant Yes Constant l CSTS8 .STRING64 Kval STRING64 CSTS128 .Parameter Names Table B-29. Constant Inputs Name Data Type (continued) Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See CSTDT .

Analog Input Zua INT Yes No. Constant Inputs Name Data Type (continued) Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See CSTUI .27 . Counters Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See CT_ANA . of cycles for transmission output Lu INT Yes Pulse scale-down Wr REAL Yes Significance Pp TIME Yes Period duration Rfw REAL Yes Reset constant Ske REAL Yes Scale end output FBPEEUI340004C0 B .UINT Kval UINT Yes Constant value Ska UINT Yes Scale start Ske UINT Yes Scale end Yes Constant value CSTWO .Parameter Names Table B-29.Operating Ske UDINT Yes Scale end Pr BOOL No Reset parameter Pa UDINT No Display parameter for running counter Pzp UDINT No Display parameter counter for last period CT_P .Pulse Zua INT Yes No.WORD KVal WORD Table B-30. of cycles for transmission output Mba REAL Yes Measuring range start output Mbe REAL Yes Measuring range end output Uw REAL Yes Resetting value Pd TIME Yes Period duration Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Pr BOOL No Reset parameter Zb INT Yes Time base Pzp REAL No Display-variable count last period Pzl REAL No Display-variable count current period 23) CT_LT .

Time CTUD .Delay Function Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See T1 TIME Yes Delay timeDIFF .Differentiation Dart. INT Yes Differentiation mode 24) Dv.Parameter Names Table B-30.Up and Down Zua INT Yes No. Counters (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis limit value 2 Pr BOOL No Reset parameter Pzp REAL No Display parameter counter for the last period Pzl REAL No Display parameter for running counter Ske TIME Yes Scale end Pr BOOL No Reset parameter Pa TIME No Display parameter for running counter Pzp TIME No Display parameter counter for the last period See CTT .Disturbance Course Log Acquisition Name Data Type Configurable ELS INT Yes Signal section IRBG INT Yes Storage capacity B .28 Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See 26) FBPEEUI340004C0 . DELAY . of cycles for transmission output Ska REAL Yes Scale start output Ske REAL Yes Scale end output Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Pr BOOL No Reset parameter Kup REAL Yes Positive carry Kun REAL Yes Negative carry Wk REAL Yes Significance of counter Pzl REAL No Display parameter for running counter Table B-31. DISLOG . INT Yes Differentiation response 25) Table B-32.

29 .Dosing Circuit Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Ske REAL Yes Scale end Wt REAL Yes Significance Xi REAL No Actual value internal counter Pzl REAL No Display parameter counter Paw REAL No Display parameter switch-off value Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pha INT Yes Manual-Automatic 5) Prs BOOL No Reset parameter Pls BOOL Yes Operating status parameter Pd INT Yes Dosing parameter 28) Table B-34.Dosing Circuit with Analog Input Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Ske REAL Yes Scale end Xi REAL No Actual value internal counter Pzl REAL No Display parameter counter Paw REAL No Display parameter shut-off value Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Pha INT Yes Manual . DOS . DISLOG .Parameter Names Table B-32.Automatic Prs BOOL No Reset parameter Pls BOOL Yes Operating status parameter Pd INT Yes Dosing parameter 28) Zb INT Yes Time base 23) FBPEEUI340004C0 5) B .Disturbance Course Log Acquisition (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 IUF INT Yes Scan-down factor Tgt INT Yes Trigger selection See 27) Table B-33. DOS A .

of cycles for output Qr BOOL Yes Output after reset No. of cycles See Table B-37.Protronic Control Loop Name Data Type Configurable Comment Ska REAL Yes Scale start Ske TIME Yes Scale end See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Parameter-Definition Mask 2 CP REAL No Controller gain TR REAL No Reset time TD REAL No Rate time VD REAL No Rate gain Y0 REAL No Manual reset SP1 REAL No Set point 1 SP2 REAL No Set point 2 SP3 REAL No Set point 3 SP4 REAL No Set point 4 L1 REAL No Threshold level 1 B .Event Message Name Data Type Configurable Mv BOOL Yes Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See Message with signal 1 Table B-36. Falling I Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Zza INT Yes No.Flip-Flop l Name Data Type Configurable RS INT Yes Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 RS-FlipFlop See 29) Table B-39.Frequency-Analog Converter Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Wr REAL Yes Significance Ui INT Yes Pulse scale-down Fmin REAL Yes Minimum frequency See Table B-38.Parameter Names Table B-35.Flank Detection. FAC_D . EVENT . FF .30 FBPEEUI340004C0 . F_TRIG . FLRC_LP .

OutMax REAL No Control variable max.31 . FLRC_MSL .Parameter Names Table B-39.Protronic Slave. Ramp OutPos REAL No Output variable ramp rising Ramp OutNeg REAL No Output variable ramp falling Outsave1 REAL No Safety control output 1 SPMin REAL No Set point min.Protronic Control Loop (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment L2 REAL No Threshold level 2 L3 REAL No Threshold level 3 L4 REAL No Threshold level 4 OutMin REAL No Control variable min. RampSP Pos REAL No Set point ramp rising RampSP Neg REAL No Set point ramp falling TolRamp SPPos REAL No Permissible difference between set point and actual value (Ramp stop) TolRamp SPNeg REAL No Permissible difference between set point and actual value (Ramp stop) See Table B-40. SPMax REAL No Set point max. IDF 1 . Modbus Name Data Type Configurable TOUT INT Yes Time out Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 RETRYS INT Yes Repeats See Table B-41. FLRC_LP .Unidirectional Individual Drive Function Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Leu BOOL Yes Run-time monitoring and end position monitoring Lz TIME Yes Run-time Ra BOOL Yes Feedback variable available Lrp BOOL No Positive run direction Lrn BOOL No Negative run direction FBPEEUI340004C0 B .

BidirectionaL Individual Drive Function Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Leu BOOL Yes Run-time monitoring and end position monitoring Lz TIME Yes Run-time Ra BOOL Yes Feedback variable available Lrp BOOL No Positive run direction Lrn BOOL No Negative run direction Fb INT Yes Error handling 30) Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Hi INT Yes Manual input 32) Pha INT Yes Manual .Parameter Names Table B-41.Automatic 5) Vh BOOL Yes Lock manual Va BOOL Yes Lock auto SQ BOOL No Protective acknowledgement RaS BOOL No Feedback stop Table B-43.Individual Drive Function for Servodrives Name Data Type Configurable Comment Leu BOOL Yes Run-time monitoring and end position monitoring Lz TIME Yes Run-time Ra BOOL Yes Feedback variable available Lrp BOOL No Positive run direction Lrn BOOL No Negative run direction Fb INT Yes Error handling Abs INT Yes Reset See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 B .Unidirectional Individual Drive Function Name Data Type Configurable Fb INT Yes (continued) Comment Error handling See 30) Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Hi INT Yes Manual input 31) Pha INT Yes Manual . IDF 1 . IDF 2 .automatic 5) SQ BOOL No Protective acknowledgement Table B-42. IDF A .32 30) FBPEEUI340004C0 .

INTEG . LD_LG . LIMIT . INT_TO_CO .33 .Lead/Lag-Filter Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 T1 TIME Yes Delay time Tau TIME Yes Lead See Table B-47.Parameter Names Table B-43.Integer to Code Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See Wcd INT Yes Target code 20) Wtp INT Yes Tetrad 21) Table B-45.Integrator Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 C REAL Yes Constant LI REAL Yes Lower limit value Lh REAL Yes Upper limit value See Table B-46.Analog Limitation Name Data Type Configurable Lim INT Yes Limitation Lo REAL Yes Lower limit Hi REAL Yes Upper limit FBPEEUI340004C0 Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See 34) B .Individual Drive Function for Servodrives Name Data Type Configurable (continued) Comment SQ BOOL No Protective acknowledgement XaO BOOL No Flag output 0 Xal BOOL No Flag output 1 RaS BOOL No Feedback stop AbsV BOOL Yes See Reset action (on error) Parameter-Definition Mask 2 Hi INT Yes Manual input 32) Pha INT Yes Manual-Automatic 5) Vh BOOL Yes Lock manual Va BOOL Yes Lock auto Table B-44. IDF A .

Linearization Name Data Type Configurable KI NT Yes Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Characteristic curve See 35) Parameter-Definition Mask 2 S1 REAL Yes Output field X1 S2 REAL Yes Output field X2 S3 REAL Yes Output field X3 S4 REAL Yes Output field X4 S5 REAL Yes Output field X5 S6 REAL Yes Output field X6 S7 REAL Yes Output field X7 S8 REAL Yes Output field X8 S9 REAL Yes Output field X9 S10 REAL Yes Output field X10 S11 REAL Yes Output field X11 S12 REAL Yes Output field X12 S13 REAL Yes Output field X13 S14 REAL Yes Output field X14 S15 REAL Yes Output field X15 S16 REAL Yes Output field X16 S17 REAL Yes Output field X17 S18 REAL Yes Output field X18 S19 REAL Yes Output field X19 S20 REAL Yes Output field X20 S21 REAL Yes Output field X21 S22 REAL Yes Output field X22 S23 REAL Yes Output field X23 S24 REAL Yes Output field X24 S25 REAL Yes Output field X25 S26 REAL Yes Output field X26 S27 REAL Yes Output field X27 S28 REAL Yes Output field X28 S29 REAL Yes Output field X29 S30 REAL Yes Output field X30 S31 REAL Yes Output field X31 B .34 FBPEEUI340004C0 . LIN .Parameter Names Table B-48.

Parameter Names Table B-48.35 .Linearization (continued) Name Data Type Configurable S32 REAL Yes Output field X32 S33 REAL Yes Output field X33 S34 REAL No Output field X34 S35 REAL No Output field X35 S36 REAL No Output field X36 S37 REAL No Output field X37 S38 REAL No Output field X38 S39 REAL No Output field X39 S40 REAL No Output field X40 S41 REAL No Output field X41 S42 REAL No Output field X42 S43 REAL No Output field X43 S44 REAL No Output field X44 S45 REAL No Output field X45 S46 REAL No Output field X46 S47 REAL No Output field X47 S48 REAL No Output field X48 S49 REAL No Output field X49 S50 REAL No Output field X50 S51 REAL No Output field X51 S52 REAL No Output field X52 S53 REAL No Output field X53 S54 REAL No Output field X54 Ew1 REAL Yes Input field X1 Ew2 REAL Yes Input field X2 Ew3 REAL Yes Input field X3 Ew4 REAL Yes Input field X4 Ew5 REAL Yes Input field X5 Ew6 REAL Yes Input field X6 Ew7 REAL Yes Input field X7 Ew8 REAL Yes Input field X8 Ew9 REAL Yes Input field X9 Ew10 REAL Yes Input field X10 FBPEEUI340004C0 Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See B . LIN .

Parameter Names Table B-48.Linearization (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Ew11 REAL Yes Input field X11 Ew12 REAL Yes Input field X12 Ew13 REAL Yes Input field X13 Ew14 REAL Yes Input field X14 Ew15 REAL Yes Input field X15 Ew16 REAL Yes Input field X16 Ew17 REAL Yes Input field X17 Ew18 REAL Yes Input field X18 Ew19 REAL Yes Input field X19 Ew20 REAL Yes Input field X20 Ew21 REAL Yes Input field X21 Ew22 REAL Yes Input field X22 Ew23 REAL Yes Input field X23 Ew24 REAL Yes Input field X24 Ew25 REAL Yes Input field X25 Ew26 REAL Yes Input field X26 Ew27 REAL Yes Input field X27 Ew28 REAL Yes Input field X28 Ew29 REAL Yes Input field X29 Ew30 REAL Yes Input field X30 Ew31 REAL Yes Input field X31 Ew32 REAL Yes Input field X32 Ew33 REAL Yes Input field X33 Ew34 REAL No Input field X34 Ew35 REAL No Input field X35 Ew36 REAL No Input field X36 Ew37 REAL No Input field X37 Ew38 REAL No Input field X38 Ew39 REAL No Input field X39 Ew40 REAL No Input field X40 Ew41 REAL No Input field X41 Ew42 REAL No Input field X42 Ew43 REAL No Input field X43 B .36 Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See FBPEEUI340004C0 . LIN .

Monitoring Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See M_ANA .Binary with Antivalency Tw TIME Yes Waiting time Yes Use external time stamp Yes Message with signal 1 M_GEN .Analog Mba REAL Yes Measuring range start of input Mbe REAL Yes Measuring range end of input Hy1 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 1 Hy2 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 2 Hy3 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 3 Hy4 REAL Yes Hysteresis for limit value 4 M_BAV . M_BOUT .Linearization (continued) Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Ew44 REAL No Input field X44 Ew45 REAL No Input field X45 Ew46 REAL No Input field X46 Ew47 REAL No Input field X47 Ew48 REAL No Input field X48 Ew49 REAL No Input field X49 Ew50 REAL No Input field X50 Ew51 REAL No Input field X51 Ew52 REAL No Input field X52 Ew53 REAL No Input field X53 Ew54 REAL No Input field X54 See Table B-49.37 .Binary Output Allocation Name Data Type Configurable Pha INT Yes Parameter Manual/Automatic Phz BOOL Yes Parameter manual status FBPEEUI340004C0 Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See 5) B .Parameter Names Table B-48. LIN .General TsExt BOOL M_BIN .Binary Mon BOOL Table B-50.

38 See FBPEEUI340004C0 . of cycles See Table B-54. R TRIG .Parameter Names Table B-51. tolerance .Selection of Three Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 MAbw REAL Yes Max.Monoflop Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Id TIME Yes Pulse duration Ske TIME Yes Scale end for pulse duration Pre BOOL No Reset parameter Sf INT Yes Switch flank Ptl TIME No Display parameter running time Pte TIME No Display parameter time See 36) Table B-52. MONO F .Flank Detection. Rising I Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Zza INT Yes Cycle count for output Qr BOOL Yes Output after reset No.Scaling Change Name Data Type Configurable Mae REAL Yes Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Measuring range start of input Mee REAL Yes Measuring range end of input Maa REAL Yes Measuring range start of output Mea REAL Yes Measuring range end of output B .Speed Limitation Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Lim INT Yes Limitation Lo REAL Yes Lower limit Hi REAL Yes Upper limit Zb INT Yes Time-base See 34) 23) Table B-55. Ausw INT Yes Output choice See 37) Table B-53. RLIMIT . SCAL . OF3 .

SPLIT .Dead-Time Filter Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Z[ INT No Scan step-down M INT No Time step-down 1 N INT No Time step-down 2 Mt TIME Yes Dead time 1 Nt TIME Yes Dead time 2 See Table B-59. TDEAD . TIMER .Split Range Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See Mba REAL Yes Measuring range start Mbe REAL Yes Measuring range end Knl0 INT Yes Characteristic curve 1 19) Knl1 INT Yes Characteristic curve 2 19) Table B-57.Timer with External Input Name Data Type Configurable Comment Sf INT Yes Switch flank Ske TIME Yes Scale end for pulse length Pre BOOL No Reset parameter See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Tv INT Yes Timer type Pt TIME Yes Timer setting parameter Ptl TIME No Display parameter running time Pte TIME No Display parameter time Pie INT Yes 36) 38) Parameter-Definition Mask 2 FBPEEUI340004C0 Operating mode Internal/External 4) B .Average Time Name Data Type Configurable Z INT No Scan step-down Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 M INT No Step number Mt TIME Yes Buffer time See Table B-58.39 .Parameter Names Table B-56. TAVER .

Parameter Names Table B-60.Timer.Minimum Z INT No Scan step-down M INT No Step number Mt TIME Yes Buffer time Table B-62. TOF .Maximum Z| INT No Scan step-down M INT No Step number Mt TIME Yes Buffer time TMIN . TLIMIT .Timer.40 See 36) FBPEEUI340004C0 . Switch-Off Delay Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Sf INT Yes Switch flank Pte TIME Yes Delay time Ske TIME Yes Scale end Pre BOOL No Reset parameter Ptl TIME No Display variable count running time Ptw TIME No Display variable time See 36) Table B-63. TON .Time limitation Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Lim INT Yes Limitation Lo TIME Yes Lower limit Hi TIME Yes Upper limit See 34) Table B-61. Time Value Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 See TMAX . Switch-On Delay Name Data Type Configurable Pte TIME Yes Delay time Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Ske TIME Yes Scale end Pre BOOL No Reset parameter Sf INT Yes Switch flank Ptl TIME No Display parameter running time Ptw TIME No Display parameter time B .

TS . TR .41 .Parameter Names Table B-64. Switch-On/Off Delay Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Sf INT Yes Switch flank Pte TIME Yes Delay time Ske TIME Yes Scale end Pre BOOL No Reset parameter See 36) Ptl TIME No Display parameter running time Ptw TIME No Display parameter time Table B-65.Binary Touch Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Tt [ INT Yes Number of task cycles Tast BOOL Yes Touch trigger Dout INT Yes Default output See 22) Figure B-1. TONOF .Time Scheduler Name Data Type Configurable Comment See Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Za INT No Number of sections Pha INT Yes Parameter Manual/Auto Wtx TIME No Time elapsed since start of set point curve Wt TIME No Time marker on current set point curve Ska REAL Yes Scale start Ske REAL Yes Scale end Poffs REAL Yes Time scheduler offset FBPEEUI340004C0 5) B .Trend Acquisition Name Data Type Configurable Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 IRBG INT No Ring buffer size IUF INT Yes Scaling factor See Table B-67.Timer. TREND . TOUCH .Trigger Name Data Type Configurable Lu INT Yes Pulse scale-down Comment: Parameter-Definition Mask 1 Vdis INT Yes Response to DISABLE See 39) Table B-66.

Parameter Names Table B-67. TS .42 FBPEEUI340004C0 .Time Scheduler Name (continued) Data Type Configurable Comment Pls INT Yes Execution mode PPa BOOL No Execution mode Off Ppe BOOL No Execution mode On PPs BOOL No Execution mode Stop PPk BOOL No Execution mode Skip PPc BOOL No Execution mode Scroll Dlf BOOL Yes Permanent As INT Yes Run-through from section Ae INT Yes See 40) Run-through up to section Parameter-Definition Mask 2 S01 REAL Yes Tiepoint 0 L01 TIME Yes Run-time 0 S02 REAL Yes Tiepoint 1 L02 TIME Yes Run-time 1 S03 REAL Yes Tiepoint 2 L03 TIME Yes Run-time 2 S04 REAL Yes Tiepoint 3 L04 TIME Yes Run-time 3 S05 REAL Yes Tiepoint 4 L05 TIME Yes Run-time 4 S06 REAL Yes Tiepoint 5 L06 TIME Yes Run-time 5 S07 REAL Yes Tiepoint 6 L07 TIME Yes Run-time 6 S08 REAL Yes Tiepoint 7 L08 TIME Yes Run-time 7 S09 REAL Yes Tiepoint 8 L09 TIME Yes Run-time 8 S10 REAL Yes Tiepoint 9 L10 TIME Yes Run-time 9 S11 REAL Yes Tiepoint 10 L11 TIME Yes Run-time 10 S12 REAL Yes Tiepoint 11 B .

TS .43 .Parameter Names Table B-67.Time Scheduler Name (continued) Data Type Configurable Comment L12 TIME Yes Run-time 11 S13 REAL Yes Tiepoint 12 L13 TIME Yes Run-time 12 S14 REAL Yes Tiepoint 13 L14 TIME Yes Run-time 13 S15 REAL Yes Tiepoint 14 L15 TIME Yes Run-time 14 S16 REAL Yes Tiepoint 15 L16 TIME Yes Run-time 15 S17 REAL Yes Tiepoint 16 L17 TIME Yes Run-time 16 See Parameter-Definition Mask 3 S18 REAL Yes Tiepoint 17 L18 TIME Yes Run-time 17 S19 REAL Yes Tiepoint 18 L19 TIME Yes Run-time 18 S20 REAL Yes Tiepoint 19 L20 TIME Yes Run-time 19 S21 REAL Yes Tiepoint 20 L21 TIME Yes Run-time 20 S22 REAL Yes Tiepoint 21 L22 TIME Yes Run-time 21 S23 REAL Yes Tiepoint 22 L23 TIME Yes Run-time 22 S24 REAL Yes Tiepoint 23 L24 TIME Yes Run-time 23 S25 REAL Yes Tiepoint 24 L25 TIME Yes Run-time 24 S26 REAL Yes Tiepoint 25 L26 TIME Yes Run-time 25 S27 REAL Yes Tiepoint 26 L27 TIME Yes Run-time 26 S28 REAL Yes Tiepoint 27 FBPEEUI340004C0 B .

.Time Scheduler Name (continued) Data Type Configurable Comment L28 TIME Yes Run-time 27 S29 REAL Yes Tiepoint 28 L29 TIME Yes Run-time 28 S30 REAL Yes Tiepoint 29 L30 TIME Yes Run-time 29 S31 REAL Yes Tiepoint 30 L31 TIME Yes Run-time 30 S32 REAL Yes Tiepoint 31 L32 TIME Yes Run-time 31 S33 REAL Yes Tiepoint 32 L33 TIME Yes Run-time 32 See Table B-68. Value Ranges and Meanings of Parameters Ref.44 Keywords Range/Meaning 1 Signal range 0 →0 .. TS . B . 20mA 2 Alternative source 0 →Process signal 1 →Constant 2 →Retain last value 3 Transition monitoring 0 →Transition monitoring Off 1 →Transition monitoring On 4 Operating mode internal/external 0 →Internal 1 →External 5 Operating mode manual/automatic 0 →Manual 1 →Automatic 6 Operating mode ratio 0 →Ratio on 1 →Ration off 7 Synchronization manual/automatic 0 →None 1 →Balance with run-back 2 →Balance without run-back 8 D-action PV/CE 0 →Controlled variable PV 1 →Control difference CE 9 D-action 0 →D-action 1 →D-action Positive 2 →D-action Negative 3 →D-action Off FBPEEUI340004C0 . No.Parameter Names Table B-67. 20 mA 1 →4 .

Value Ranges and Meanings of Parameters Ref.Parameter Names Table B-68. (continued) Keywords Range/Meaning 10 Disturbance variable feedforward 0 →Controlled variable PV 1 →Output value OUT 2 →Control difference CE 11 Synchronization Pi/P controller 0 →Op.45 ./int. No. pt follows current l-action 1 →Operating point as configured 12 P-action from 0 →Controlled variable PV 1 →Control difference CE 13 Effectiveness of output limits 0 →Active in manual and automatic 1 →Active in automatic 2 →Not active 14 Synchronization ratio ext. 0 →Internal ratio follows external 1 →Internal ratio as set 15 Synchronization ratio on/off 0 →Internal set point follows current set point 1 →Internal set point as set 16 Synchronization ratio off/on 0 →Internal ratio follows current ratio 1 →Internal ratio as set 17 Identifier for display 0 →Ratio display 1 →Absolute display 18 Set point tracking 0 →Follows external set point 1 →None 19 Rise in characteristic curve 0 →Rising 1 →Falling 20 Target code 0 →BCD 1 →Gray 2 →Aiken 21 Tetrads 0 →3 Tetrads with preceding sign 1 →4 Tetrads with No preceding sign 2 →7 Tetrads with preceding sign 3 →8 Tetrads with No preceding sign 22 Constant 0 →FALSE 1 →TRUE 23 Time base 0 →Second 1 →Minute 2 →Hour 3 →Day 24 Differentiation mode 0 →D-response 1 →DT1-response FBPEEUI340004C0 B .

Value Ranges and Meanings of Parameters Ref.46 FBPEEUI340004C0 . (continued) Keywords Range/Meaning 25 Differentiation response 0 →On 1 →Positive 2 →Negative 26 Signal section 0 →Start 1 →Middle 2 →End 27 Trigger selection 0 →Oldest 1 →Current 28 Dosing 0 →Stop 1 →Fine 2 →Rough 29 Flip Flop 0 →RS-flip flop 1 →SR-flip flop 30 Error handling 0 →Manual and off 1 →Old values 31 Manual input 0 →Command off 1 →Command on 32 Manual input 0 →Command closed 1 →Command stop 2 →Command open 33 Reset 0 →At end position/torque 1 →At torque 34 Limitation 0 →Upper limit 1 →Lower limit 2 →Both limits 35 Characteristic curve for linearization 0 →User-defined 1 →Type R 2 →Type S 3 →Type J 4 →Type T 5 →Type E 6 →Type K 7 →PT100 8 →Type B 9 →Type L 36 Switch flank 0 →Positive 1 →Negative 37 Output selection 0 →Two out of three (average) 1 →One out of three B .Parameter Names Table B-68. No.

Parameter Names Table B-68.47 . No. Value Ranges and Meanings of Parameters Ref. (continued) Keywords Range/Meaning 38 TIMER action 0 →MONO_F 1 →TON 2 →TOF 3 →TONOF 39 Action when disabled 0 →Old value 1 →Low level 2 →High level 40 Execution mode 0 →Off 1 →Stop 2 →On 3 →Skip 4 →Scroll FBPEEUI340004C0 B .

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.......Index A ADP panel .........1-2 Index ........................ 7-2 Event bit name configuration ...............1-4 F Faceplate Common control faceplate attributes ................................................. 7-2 FBPEEUI340004C0 U User interface.. 1-4 Goto function button ..........3-2 Tag name ........................................................................................3-1 O Overview ............................3-2 Tag description......................................................3-1 Info pushbutton .............................................................. 7-2 Functional description................. 7-1 Exiting ................. 9-4 Group assignment ..............................3-2 Process control Common faceplate elements ...................................3-2 Status area..2-1 Tags .......... 2-3 Find function button ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-4 Descriptor. 7-2 Exiting Event bit name configuration ..................................................................................................... 7-2 P Point display..................3-4 R Reference documents ............... 7-2 E Edit event bit name ...............2-1......1 ................2-3 Control faceplates ..............................1-1 C Common control faceplate attributes ............ 3-3 I Intended user ............................................ 2-3 B Backup/restore ....................................................................... 2-4 Process display area......... 9-6 Alarm acknowledge button ...............1-1 L Loop control ...2-1........2-3 Tag name ....................................... 6-1 BLKtune pushbutton .....................................2-3 G Glossary ........................... 2-3 Control faceplates........................................ 2-1 D Delete all function button .............................................. 1-1 T Tag Control.......

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