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CENTUM CS 3000 ENGINEERING

Engineering Flow
CS 3000 engineering starts with a specification review prior to system installation and
includes a variety of tasks such as designing, system generation,testing, starting up,the addition and
changing of functions, and maintenance (system revision).

Engineering Work
An overall engineering work flow is shown below:

Engineering Work Flow.


Specification Review
Review the I/O list, process control methods and necessary hardware.

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Basic Design
Using organized and structured windows to realize the desired control functions (regulatory
control, sequence control and unit supervision) and the operation and monitoring functions.
Detailed Design
Design detailed items (program configuration, creation of data list) for the regulatory control,
sequence control, unit supervision and the operation and monitoring windows according to the basic design.

System Generation
Construct a system using various builders based on the basic design and detailed design.
Unit Test
Check the control loop operation as well as the operation and monitoring windows by using
the virtual test function.
Integration Test
Using the actual FCS, check the overall validity of functions and execution timings that
were checked individually through the unit test.
Start Up
Install and wire the target machine, carry out test operation and then normal operation.
Maintenance
Back up engineering data, inspect hardware.
Expansion and Modification
Expand the station, as well as add and change functions.

Engineering Environment:
There are potentially the following two types of engineering environments:
Engineering on the target system.
Engineering on other than the target system
.
It is possible to start new engineering even if not all CS 1000/CS 3000 hardware are
available. Engineering can be started in advance as long as an HIS with a built-in
system generation function is present.
Engineering on the Target System
To perform engineering on the target system, use an HIS with a built-in system generation
function. If the definitions are made via the builders of the system generation function, they
are written directly onto the target machine on-line. However, in the cases listed below, off-line
download to the FCS is required:
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When adding an FCS


When the FCS properties have been changed.
The following figure shows an example of hardware configuration:

Downloading:
There are two types of downloading to the target system
1)Online downloading .
2)Offline downloading.
Online downloading is just appending the modifications made in the project to the already existing
image of the project in the CPU of the FCS.
Offline downloading is already existing image in the CPU of FCS is deleted completely and replaced
by the new image of the preoject.offline downloading is performed when one of the following changes
are performed:
When adding an FCS
When the FCS properties have been changed.

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System View:
System View is the primary window for system generation to hierarchically display
the builder files defined by user and start the builder for editing.

Starting System View:


The following two methods are used to start System View.
Starting System View from the Windows [Start] menu.
Starting System View from the toolbar in the system message window.
Starting System View from the Windows [Start] Menu:
Select [Program] - [YOKOGAWA CENTUM] - [System View] from the Windows [Start]
menu to display System View window.

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Starting System View from the System Message Window Toolbar:


To start System View from the System Message window, log on with ENGUSER via user in
window.
1. Select [Window Call Menu] button from the toolbar on the System Message window of
the operation monitoring function.

2. Select [Activate System View] from the expanded drop-down menu to display System
View window.

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Creating a New Project:


Create a project, which is the basic unit of the engineering database management.
Projects:
A project is a unit manages the database of the FCS and the HIS created by the user. All builder
files defined by various builders are managed under the project.

There are three types of project; the


Default project
Current project
Userdefined project
The project attribute (default, current, and user-defined) may be changed using the Project
Attribute Change Utility.
[Program] - [YOKOGAWA CENTUM] - [Projects Attribution Utility].

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Default Project:
After installation of the system, the project created the first time when the System View starts is
referred to as the default project.
The characteristics of the default project are as follows:
This project is downloadable to the FCS.
The virtual test with the FCS simulator can be performed for this project.
This project is downloadable to the HIS.
This project is downloadable off-line to the FCS of the target system.
Current Project
When any one of the FCSs created in a default project is successfully downloaded, the attribute of the
project changes from the default project to a current project. Online engineering becomes enabled.The
current project can perform the target test using the Test Function.
The characteristics of the current project are as follows:
Multiple current projects cannot be created.
The target test can be performed for this project.
This project is downloadable to the HIS.
This project is downloadable to the FCS of the target system.
Each builder file defined by the various builders are written onto the hard disk when downloading
to the FCS or HIS is completed normally. With the current project, the data on the
hard disk always matches the data on the FCS or HIS.
User-Defined Project
A project copied either from the default project or from the current project is referred to as a
user-defined project.This project cannot be downloaded to the FCS. This project is used when
engineering using virtual tests or making a backup copy of the current project.
The characteristics of the user-defined project are as follows:
Multiple user-defined projects can be created in System View.
The virtual test with the FCS simulator can be performed for this project.
This project is not downloadable to the FCS or HIS of the target system.

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Project Management:
A project is created when System View is executed for the first time after the builders are
installed. The project created has the attribute of the default project at this stage. Once
this project is downloaded to the FCS of the target system, the projects attribute is
changed from the default project to the current project.

Outline of Project:

Software Information, Project Information


When creating a project, the outline dialog box appears, the project outline information may
be input.
Software Information
The software information area displays the user name and the company name registered
when the software was installed. The registration may be modified in this dialog box. But
the model cannot be changed.
Project Information
The project information area allows the project creator to enter arbitrary characters. Enter
information on the process and the person in charge of DCS to manage the project.
Process:
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Production type, plant name/ equipment name


Person in charge of DCS:
Company name/ organization name, department responsible, person in charge, date
of creation, scope of responsibility

Project Name and Position:


After creating a new project, a menu box for the outline of the project, the project name and
project location will be displayed in Create New Project dialog box.
Project name is an alphanumeric character string less than 8 characters. The project is
managed according to this project name.
The comment within 32 alphanumeric characters or 16 double-byte characters may be
entered as the project description.
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Moreover, an alias can be created for a project. An alias of project can be defined with 8
alphanumeric characters.
The project position is the project folders location in the hard disk. The default location in
which to store the project is shown below. If more than one hard disk exist, the storage
drive may be specified accordingly such as D:.
C:\CS1000\ENG\BkProject\ (*1)
C:\CS3000\ENG\BkProject\ (*2)

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Domain Number and Control Bus Dual-Redundant Configuration:


A domain number and the control bus dual-redundant configuration may be set on the
[Constant] tab when creating a new project.
Default Domain Number
A default domain number may be displayed when creating a new project. Set this number
for domain number. A domain number is used to identify each domain in a network. The domain
number may be set in the range of 1 to 16. The domain number can not be changed once it is set.
Control Bus Dual-Redundant Configuration :
The user can specify whether to duplicate the VL net to improve the reliability of a system. If
the VL net is in dual-redundant configuration, when one of the two buses fails or in troubles,
the communication can continue by the other bus. When the VL net is in dual-redundant
configuration, the bus 1 and bus 2 carry out the communication alternately in normal situations.

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Detailed Setting of Project:


On the [Detailed Setting] tab of [Create New Project] dialog box, the options for [Manually
Register Engineering Unit] and [Manually Register Switch Position Label] can be set.
Manually Register Engineering Unit
Manually Register Engineering Unit Symbol
To manually register the engineering unit can be specified.
When the option is checked, an engineering unit needs to be manually registered on
Engineering Unit Symbol Builder. However, an unregistered engineering unit can not
be used.
When the option is not checked, an engineering unit will be automatically registered.
The Engineering Unit Symbol Builder will be in Read mode. In Read mode, the Engineering
Unit Symbol Builder can read the engineering units entered on Function Block
Detail Builder or other builders and add them to the registration.
Manually Register Switch Position Label
Manually Register Switch Position Label
To manually register the switch position label can be specified.

When the option is checked, a switch position label needs to be manually registered
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on Switch Position Label Builder. However, an unregistered switch position label can be named.
When the option is not checked, a switch position label will be automatically registered.
The Switch Position Label Builder will be in Auto mode. In Auto mode, the Switch Position Label
Builder can read the switch position labels entered on Function Block Detail Builder or other builders
and add them to the registration.
Plant Hierarchy:
Start Number, Maximum Number of Use
This is used when a project has a CENTUM CS system at the upper level and a CS1000 or
CS 3000 system at the lower level.
Start Number
The start number for Plant Hierarchy can be defined between 1 and 32767.
Since the numbers 1 to 4096 are reserved for CENTUM CS, a number greater than or
equal to 4097 should be used for CS 1000 or CS 3000.
Maximum Number of Use
Maximum number of plant hierarchies can be set between 1 and 32767.
Number of in Use (Number of Custom Facilities). This indicates the number of plant hierarchies that
are running in the project. Number of Custom Facilities means the number of plant hierarchies built in
Plant Hierarchy Builder.
Status Display Setting:
When [Status Display Setting] from the [Tools] menu is selected, status display setting dialog box will
appear. On status display setting dialog box, the wiring colors and the process data display style of
control drawing can be set. The settings are valid for the whole project. After the settings are set, the
displays will conform to the settings. It is necessary to set the status display settings before creating
control drawing or logic chart files. The settings can be done on the status display setting builder of
System View.

Projects Attribution Utility:


To change attribute of a project, or to register a project created from other PC on System View,
Projects Attribution Utility can be used. Moreover, the project registered on System View can be
removed using Projects Attribution Utility.
Before starting Projects Attribution Utility, it is necessary to confirm that System View is not opened
by another PC in the project.
If a project is being used by a different user, using Project Attribution Utility to change the project
may cause errors in the project. So that it is important to make sure that the project is not being used by
other users before changing the project with Project Attribution Utility.
When using Project Attribution Utility to modify a current project, offline download may
be required for the running field control stations.
A project can be removed or can be registered on System View. They can be performed
using the [Project] menu on System View.
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Outline of Projects Attribution Utility:


The Projects Attribution Utility is an engineering tool that makes it convenient to register a
project created from other PC, to change a projects properties or to remove the registration
of a project.
Registering a Project
Using the Projects Attribution Utility, a newly created project can be registered in System
View. For instance, when a project is created on an HIS other than the HIS for the existing
system, the Projects Attribution Utility can be used to register the newly created project.
The attribute of the project can be set during registration, by choosing from Current Project,
Default Project and User Defined Project.
Changing the Attribute of a Project
Using the Projects Attribution Utility, the attribute of a project (Default Project, Current
Project and User Defined Project) can be changed.
Remove Registration of a Project
Using the Projects Attribution Utility, projects that have been registered in System View can
be removed. For instance, when the number of projects registered in System View has
reached the limit, projects that will not be used in upcoming operations can be removed
temporality from System View, using the Projects Attribution Utility.
Removing a project means to delete the registered information of the project from the
System View, the project itself will not be deleted. The project can be registered again by
clicking Registration button of Projects Attribution Utility, or choose [Project] - [Open
Project...] task bar on System View.
Note:
Be careful about the following when using the Project Attribute Change Utility:
Before using the Project Attribute Change Utility, check that System View is not
running. If it is running, the Project Attribute Change Utility cannot run.
Only one project can exist as the default project or current project in System View.
Therefore, if a project having the same attribute already exists, first change the attribute
of that project to user-defined project before setting the attribute of the new
project to default project or current project.
Running the Project Attribute Change Utility:
1. Before running the Project Attribute Change Utility, check that System View is not
running. When performing engineering on multiple PCs, check that the System Views
is not running on these PCs, either.
2. Click [Programs] from Windowss Start menu, then click [YOKOGAWA CENTUM] and
[Projects Attribution Utility]. Then a confirmation dialog box as shown below will open.

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3 Click [OK] on the dialog box, the utility starts running, the dialog box of Utility to
Change Projects Attribute displays.

Quitting the Project Attribute Change Utility:


To quit the Project Attribute Change Utility, click [Exit] in the Utility To Change Projects
Attribution dialog box.
Registering a Project:

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Follow the procedure below to register a new project and set the attribute of that project.
1. In the Utility To Change Projects Attribution dialog box, click [Registration].
The Registration Of Projects dialog box then appears.

2. In the list box, select the folder of the project you want to register.
The project name of the folder you selected in the list box is displayed in the [Project
Name] box immediately below.
3. Under [Project Attribute], set the project attribute;
select [Default Project], [Current Project], or [User Defined Project].
4. Click [OK].
The utility program then registers the project and updates the Projects list in the Utility
To Change Projects Attribution dialog box.
Note:

If you select Default Project or Current Project and click OK but the registered default or current
project already exists, a warning dialog box appears.
Changing the Attribute of a Project:
Follow the procedure below to change the attribute of a project.
1. In the [Projects] list box of the Utility To Change Projects Attribution dialog box, select
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the project whose attribute you want to change.


2. Click [Changing].
The Changing Attribute Of Projects dialog box (shown below) then opens.

3. Under [Attribute Of Projects] (the present attribute of the selected project is unavailable),
select the new attribute to be given to the selected project.
Note:

If you select Default Project or Current Project and click [Apply] but the registered default or current
project already exists, a warning dialog box appears.
4. Click [Apply].

The utility program then changes the attribute and updates the project attribute indication
in the Projects list box of the Utility To Change Projects Attribution dialog box.
Deleting a Project:
Follow the procedure below to delete a project.
1. In the [Projects] list box of the Utility To Change Projects Attribution dialog box, select
the project you want to delete.
2. Click [Deleting].
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The Deleting Of Projects dialog box (shown below) then opens.

3. In the Deleting Of Projects dialog box, click [Apply].


The utility program then deletes the project and updates the Projects list of the Utility to Change
Projects Attribution dialog box.

Project Devices Configuration:


The devices applied in a project need to be configured.
Click the [Create New..] on the [File] menu of System View, and a device comprising
the project may be selected. Selecting a device, may pop up the [Create New] dialog
box. On this dialog box, the station type and network address of the selected device
may be defined.
Project Devices:
The devices that comprise a project are shown as follows.
FCS
HIS
BCV
CGW
Station (*1)

*1: Station refers to stations of a system connected with BCV other than CS 1000 stations such as
HIS, FCS, BCV, CGW or etc. For example UHMIS (Unified Operation/Monitoring Station) or a
control unit of XL series products can be configured in this category. Both Ethernet and VL net may
be used for the communication among the devices such as HISs, FCSs and other devices.
VL net is used in the communication of the process data, message exchange and control
signals. On one VL net, up to 16HISs and 48FCSs may be configured.
Ethernet is used to transmit engineering data defined by the various builders to HIS and to

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communicate with the supervisory computers. Note that the Ethernet is not indispensable
for a project. When Ethernet is absent, equalization communication with the HIS is performed via the
VL net.

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Creating a New FCS:


Station Type
Station Type
FCS station type may be specified.
FCS Station Type
There are four station types for FCS shown as follows.
PFCS-S Field Control Station (Standard Type)
PFCD-S Duplexed Field Control Station (Standard Type)
PFCS-E Field Control Station (Enhanced Type)
PFCD-E Duplexed Field Control Station (Enhanced Type)
FCS Station Type
There are eight categories for FCS stations; SFCS, LFCS, LFCS2, KFCS, KFCS2, RFCS2,
RFCS5, APCS and GSGW.
SFCS consists of the following two station types:
PFCS-H Field Control Station (Compact Type)
PFCD-H Duplexed Field Control Station (Compact Type)
LFCS consists of the following four types:
AFS10S Field Control Unit (for RIO, Rack Mountable)
AFS10D Duplexed Field Control Unit (for RIO, Rack Mountable)
AFS20S Field Control Unit (for RIO, with Cabinet)
AFS20D Duplexed Field Control Unit (for RIO, with Cabinet)
LFCS2 consists of the following four types:
AFG10S Field Control Unit (RIO, Rack Mountable)
AFG10D Duplexed Field Control Unit (RIO, Rack Mountable)
AFG20S Field Control Unit (RIO, Cabinet)
AFG20D Duplexed Field Control Unit (RIO, Cabinet)
KFCS consists of the following four types:
AFS30S Field Control Unit (for FIO, 19 Rack Mountable)
AFS30D Duplexed Field Control Unit (for FIO, 19 Rack Mountable)
AFS40S Field Control Unit (for FIO, with Cabinet)
AFS40D Duplexed Field Control Unit (for FIO, with Cabinet)
KFCS2 consists of the following four station types:
AFG30S Field Control Unit (FIO, Rack Mountable)
AFG30D Duplexed Field Control Unit (FIO, Rack Mountable)
AFG40S Field Control Unit (FIO, Cabinet)
AFG40D Duplexed Field Control Unit (FIO, Cabinet)

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RFCS2 consists of the following eight types:


AFS81S Field Control Station (for SIO/FIO, CENTUM V Migration type)
AFS81D Duplexed Field Control Station (for SIO/FIO, CENTUM V Migration type)
AFS82S Field Control Station (for SIO/FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration type)
AFS82D Duplexed Field Control Station (for SIO/FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration type)
AFS83S Field Control Station (for FIO, CENTUM V Migration type)
AFS83D Duplexed Field Control Station (for FIO, CENTUM V Migration type)
AFS84S Field Control Station (for FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration type)
AFS84D Duplexed Field Control Station (for FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration type)
RFCS5 consists of the following eight station types:
AFG81S Field Control Station (SIO/FIO, CENTUM V Migration Type)
AFG81D Duplexed Field Control Station (SIO/FIO, CENTUM V Migration Type)
AFG82S Field Control Station (SIO/FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration Type)
AFG82D Duplexed Field Control Station (SIO/FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration Type)
AFG83S Field Control Station (FIO, CENTUM V Migration Type)
AFG83D Duplexed Field Control Station (FIO, CENTUM V Migration Type)
AFG84S Field Control Station (FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration Type)
AFG84D Duplexed Field Control Station (FIO, CENTUM-XL Migration Type)
APCS consists of the following type:
APCS Advanced Process Control Station
GSGW consists of the following type:
GSGW Generic Subsystem Gateway
Power Supply Unit in Dual-Redundant Configuration:
Dual-Redundant Power Supply
Specify if the dual configuration is required for power supply unit
Dual Configuration of Power Supply Unit
For PFCS-S Field Control Station (Standard type) and PFCS-E Field Control Station
(Enhanced type), the power supply unit may be defined in dual-redundant configuration.
Dual Configuration of Power Supply Unit
For PFCS-H Field Control Station [Compact Type], the power supply unit may be defined in
dual-redundant configuration.
Define Database Type
Database Type
The database type for the FCS is decided according to the control system configured for
the FCS. The different type of database handles different numbers of function blocks.

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Note:
Once a database type is defined, the database type can not be changed.
Station Address :
Station Number
Station addresses are used to identify the stations on the VL net. The station address is
composed of a domain number and a station number. The domain number may be set in
the dialog box when creating the project. The domain number can not be changed once it is
set.
Station Number
Station numbers are used to identify the devices in the same domain of the system. With
FCSs, the station number is generally set from 1 in ascending order.
The station number may be set in the range of 1 to 24. The station number can not be
changed once it is set.
Station Address
Domain Number, Station Number
Station addresses are used to identify the stations on the V net. The station address is
composed of a domain number and a station number.

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Domain Number
Set a domain number for a new FCS to be created. Set a domain number in the range of 1
to 16. The domain number can not be changed once it is set.
Station Number
Station numbers are used to identify the devices in the same domain of the system.
With FCSs, the station number is generally set from 1 in ascending order.
The station number may be set for each domain in the range of 1 to 64. The station number
can not be changed once it is set.

Component Numbers
Component numbers are used for devices that are configured in the project. For example,
assigning a component number to a FCS cabinet will be much convenient for wiring the
cables by labelling the connection origin or connection destination component numbers.
Component number settings may be omitted.

Station Comments

If more information about each station is required, the station comment may be input for
each station. The station comment may be omitted.The station comment is displayed on the FCS
property tab.

Alias of Station

An alias can be used as an alternative of station name.After setting aliases, the stations displayed on the
HIS will be indicated by their aliases.An alias of a station can be defined with up to 8 alphanumeric
characters.

Station Status Display

A window can be designated to display the station status on HIS instead of using the HIS
station status display panel. The name of this window can be designated using up to 16
alphanumeric characters.

Upper Equipment Name

The name of the higher-level process equipment group in plant hierarchy can be designated
using up to 16 alphanumeric characters.

High-Speed Scan Period


High-speed Scan period may be applied when the fast response is required for the process
control. Either 200 ms or 500 ms may be specified as the High-speed Scan period.

High-Speed Scan Period


High-speed Scan period may be applied when the fast response is required for the process

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control. 200 ms or 500 ms may be specified as the High-speed Scan period. 50 ms or 100
ms may be specified with keystrokes.

Medium-Speed Scan Period KFCS2/KFCS/LFCS2/LFCS


Medium-speed scan period may be applied when the relatively faster response is required
for the process control.Either 200 ms or 500 ms may be specified as the medium-speed scan period.

Pulse Width and Serial Startup Interval for MC Instrument Block

The settings related to motor control blocks (MC-2 and MC-3) may be set.

Pulse Width

When the MC-2 or MC-3 blocks output signal conversion type is either [2-position Pulsive
Output ] or [3-position Pulsive Output], the time span of the contact output signals ON
(pulse width) may be set. The range for setting the pulse width is from 1 to 100 seconds.
The default setting is 1 second.

Serial Start Interval

The serial start function puts the motor control blocks (MC-2, MC-3) of the same control
station into groups and starts multiple motor control blocks (MC-2, MC-3) in the same group
sequentially at a specified interval when start requests are issued to these blocks simultaneously.Serial
start is executed only when the manipulated output value (MV) is changed to a greater value.The serial
start interval may be set between 0 and 9999 seconds. The default setting is 0 second.

MLD-SW Block AUT/CAS

Manual Loader Block with Auto/Man SW (MLD-SW) is a function block to switch the output
between the signal from the connected function block such as a regulatory control block
and the manual output signal of itself. When MLD-SW is in manual (MAN) mode, it outputs the
manipulated output value (MV) set by the operator. When MLD-SW is in automatic (AUT) or cascade
(CAS) mode, the signal input from other function block (CSV) is calculated and output as the
manipulate output value (MV) of MLD-SW. The mode AUT or CAS may be set for the situation that
the MLD-SW outputs the signal from another function block (CSV), then calculated and output as its
own manipulate output value (MV). The default setting is [AUT].

Action Type of SEBOL drive Statement


There are 3 action types of SEBOL drive statement may be specified. In accordance with the block
mode of the function block which is running SEBOL and the action type specified here, the permission
to output the operation commands to function blocks may be checked.

Setting Options
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When using option programs, the programs need to be registered on the FCS properties setting box.
After installing the option programs, the programs may be listed on the properties setting box for
registration. Select an option program from the list in the combo box displayed in the [Options] setting
area, then click [Add] button to register the program.

Blocks with User-Defined Data Items

In order to use the blocks containing data items that can be defined by users (SFC block,
unit instrument), a specific area for the user-defined instrument information needs to be
specified.When you create a new FCS, free space based on the database type of the FCS is
automatically searched for and a value that does not overlap with other FCSs is set as the default value.
If you change this value, it is checked whether or not the changed value overlaps with other FCSs, and
a message is displayed if it does.[Number of Block Type] displays the number of blocks with userdefined data items that can be used for the database types. Make sure to specify the start position of the
area by referencing [Number of Block Type] if you wish to enter a value other than the default value
for [Block-type start number]. Specify a value that does not overlap with other FCSs for [Block-type
start number] in the range from 0 to 7679.

Action when Downloading to IOM

When downloading to an I/O module, the behavior of function blocks connected to the
module may be specified as IOP (input open) or not.

PID Pulse Width Output


Specify whether the MV value should be set to 50% or previous MV value when pulses
are not output under the conditions that the block mode is in the AUT mode and there is no
feedback input. If you check the [CENTUM V Compatible MV Display] check box, the MV value
becomes 50% in the case above. By default, this check box is not checked (the previous MV value is
specified).

PI-HLD Action after Hold


Specify whether PV value immediately before holding the output or current PV valueshould be
used for the previous PV value used in the first control calculation after the output is held in a PI-HLD
block.If you check the [CENTUM-XL Compatible] check box, the previous PV value used in the first
control calculation after the output is held is overwritten with the current PV value. By default, this
check box is not checked (the PV value immediately before holding the output is used).

SS-DUAL PV Update during Deviation Alarm


When SS-DUAL block signal selector switch is at the position 3, both input1 and input2 will
be monitored. If one of them is not normal, the switch will select the normal side input. If a
deviation alarm occurs, to update PV or to hold the current PV can be set by checking this option.
When checking the option box for [SS-DUAL PV Update During Deviation Alarm], if a

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deviation alarm occurs when the switch position is 3, the data status of PV will become
BAD but the PV itself will continue to update vary with the selected input signal. The default setting
does not check this option, so that when a deviation alarm occurs, the SS-DUAL will hold its current
PV.This setting covers all SS-DUAL blocks for the whole FCS.

Alarm Notify Action when All AOF Released

When alarm inhibition (AOF) of all function blocks are released, if the existing alarm gives
an output or not can be specified by checking this option box.When checking [Alarm Notify Action
When All AOF Released] option box, all the existing alarms will output when their inhibitions (AOF)
are released all together.By default setting, this option box is not checked, so that the existing alarms
will not output when AOF released. This setting covers the whole FCS, it can only be changed via
offline maintenance.
Do not Output Alarms when AOF Released All Together (Default Setting)
When AOF released all together, the existing alarms will not output alarms to notify the HIS.
Output Existing Alarms when AOF Released All Together
When AOF released all together, all the existing alarms will behave like newly initiated
alarms and send the alarm outputs to the HIS. When AOF is released one by one (Example:
TagName.AOF.IOP released), the alarm will not give an output even when the alarm status exists. For
the alarms inhibited by Representative Alarm Block (ALM-R), when the inhibition is released by
changing the SV or SW of the ALM-R block, the existing alarms will not initiate alarm message
outputs.

Specify Reference Station for Tag List

Enable to Designate Station for Referencing Tag List


The tag list of a designated station can be referenced when checking this option box. After checking
[Specify Reference Station for Tag List] option box, designating a station for referencing the tag list
will be enabled. When this option is not checked, the stations start from smallest domain number and
the smallest station number will be listed in ascending order and set as the default stations for
referencing tag list.
The Station for Referencing Tag List
Among the station list, the station for referencing tag list may be designated. This is possible
only when the option box [Specify Reference Station for Tag List] is checked. In the station list, the
stations in the system configuration as well as the stations removed from the system configuration but
had been registered as the referencing station before removal are available for designation. If choose
the station already removed from the system configuration for referencing the tag list, an error will
occur.

Annunciator Message with Data


Annunciator Message Head Number

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The annunciator message head number can be designated.When an annunciator is initiated, the data
assigned for the annunciator can be referenced for the printing message.The annunciators from the
designated annunciator head number will correspond one by one to the printing messages from the
designated printing message head number.

Printing Message Head Number


The printing message head number corresponds to the annunciator message head number can be
designated.When the setting for annunciator message head number or for printing message head
number is not correct, an error will be displayed in the dialog box and the setting will become invalid.
Table Check the Settings for Annunciator Message Head Number and Printing Message Head
Number

Increase Number of System Common Switches: LFCS2/LFCS/KFCS2/KFCS


If you check this check box, the number of system common switches (%SW0001 to %SW0200) is
extended to %SW0001 to %SW0400. By default, this check box is checked (extend).

State Transition Matrix


When the FCS database is a type of database for unit configuration, state transition matrix
can be defined.

Maximum Specification Number


Indicates the total number of state transition matrixes. This is only an indication can not be
edited.

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Designating a State Transition Matrix


A state transition matrix to be applied in this FCS can be selected from the state transition matrix list of
this project. In the matrix list, the matrixes registered in the project as well as the matrixes removed
from the project but had been registered as the state transition matrix before removal are available for
selection. If choose a matrix already removed from the project as the state transition matrix, an error
will occur.

Making IO Bus Dual-Redundant : KFCS2/KFCS

Specify whether or not the ESB bus is made dual-redundant in an FCS in which only one CPU card is
used.When this checkbox is checked to make the ESB bus dual-redundant, the ESB buses will usually
be used alternatively. If an error occurs in one of the ESB buses, the other ESB buswill be used for
communication. Error recovery monitoring of an abnormal ESB bus will be performed periodically.

Interface Card Type : KFCS2/KFCS


Specify the type of the ESB bus interface card (SB301/SB302). To use the CENTUM-XL
cabinet, specify SB302. To use a rack mountable type, specify SB301

Using XL-HKU : KFCS2/KFCS

Check this checkbox to monitor the status of the CENTUM-XL cabinet. This can only be
specified when SB302 is specified for the type of the ESB bus interface card. A maximum
of four cabinets can be monitored.

Making RIO Bus Dual-Redundant : LFCS2/LFCS


The RIO bus dual-redundant configuration may be specified even for single CPU FCS. In RIO bus
Dual-Redundant Configuration RIO buses is usually alternatively used. If an error occurs in one bus,
the other bus will be used for communication. Error recovery in the buses will be monitored
periodically.

Repeater Connection : LFCS2/LFCS

Allowed transmission distance of the RIO bus may be extended by connecting a bus
repeater.Specify whether to connect a bus repeater to the RIO bus.

Control Bus TCP/IP Settings


Normally there is no need to change the TCP/IP protocol setting for the control bus.

Control Bus IP Address


The IP addresses on the control bus are used to logically identify the HIS for communication
among HISs on the control bus.The bus type, domain number and station number of an IP address on
the control bus is automatically determined. In normal situation, the automatically determined setting
should be used.
172. 16. dd. ss

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172:System fixed
16: Identifier showing that the bus type is control bus (fixed)
dd: Domain number specified during project creation (*1)
Domain number specified during FCS creation (*2)
ss: Station number specified during FCS creation
*1: This is for the CS 1000.
*2: This is for the CS 3000.
Control Bus Subnet Mask
The control bus subnet mask is set to 255.255.0.0 as the default setting.

Control Drawing Builder


On the Function Block Detail Builder, a check box Use control drawing builder is provided.
Check this box when using the Control Drawing Builder.

Creating a New HIS


In the dialog box for creating a new HIS, the following items need to be defined.

Station Type - HIS


The HIS station type may be specified
.
HIS Station Type
There are two station types for the HIS as shown below:
PC with Operation and Monitoring Functions
YPCKIT Open Display Style Console Type HIS
HIS Station Type
There are three station types for the HIS as shown below:
PC with Operation and Monitoring Functions
LPCKIT Enclosed Display Style Console Type HIS
YPCKIT Open Display Style Console Type HIS

Station Address
Station addresses are used to identify the stations on the VL net. The station address is
composed of domain number and station number. The domain number may be set in the
dialog box when creating the project. The domain number can not be changed once it is
set.
Station Number
Station numbers are used to identify the devices in the same domain of the system. With
HISs, the station number is generally set from the maximum number in descending order.
The station number may be set in the range of 1 to 24. The station number can not be
changed once it is set.
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Station Address
Station addresses are used to identify the stations on the V net. The station address is
composed of a domain number and a station number.
Domain Number
Set a domain number for a new HIS to be created. Set a domain number in the range of 1
to 16. The domain number can not be changed once it is set.
Station Number
Station numbers are used to identify the devices in the same domain of the system.
With HISs, the station number is generally set from the maximum number in descending
order.The station number may be set for each domain in the range of 1 to 64. The station number
can not be changed once it is set.

Component Numbers
Component numbers are used for devices that are configured in the project. These numbers
are used to indicate the connection origin or connection destination component numbers when wiring
the devices. Component number settings may be omitted.

Station Comments
If more information about each station is required, the station comment may be input for
each station. The station comment may be omitted. The station comment is displayed on the HIS
property tab.

Alias of Station

An alias can be used as an alternative of station name.After setting aliases, the stations displayed on the
HIS will be indicated by their aliases.An alias of a station can be defined with up to 8 alphanumeric
characters.

Station Status Display

A window can be designated to display the station status on HIS instead of using the HIS
station status display panel. The name of this window can be designated using up to 16
alphanumeric characters.

Upper Equipment Name

The name of the higher-level process equipment group in plant hierarchy can be designated.

Buzzer ACK ID
The buzzer ACK ID is an ID that allows buzzers on other HISs with the same buzzer ACK
ID to be reset when a buzzer is acknowledged on one HIS. The buzzer ACK ID can be set with up to
eight single-byte characters.

Operation Group Identifier


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The operation group identifier is used for the identification if different operation groups
exist. Up to eight single-byte characters may be used for an identifier. The first two characters
are identifier characters, the rest are comment text. The default setting is [A1]. A wild card [*] may be
used as the operation group identifier.

Control Bus TCP/IP Settings


Normally, there is no need to change the TCP/IP protocol setting.
Control Bus Host Name
The control bus host name is automatically determined according to the bus type, domain
number and station number. In normal situations, the automatically determined host name
should be used.
Mddss
M: Identifier indicating that the bus type is control bus (fixed)
dd: Domain number specified during project creation (*1)
Domain number specified during HIS creation (*2)
ss: Station number specified during HIS creation
*1: This is for the CS 1000.
*2: This is for the CS 3000.
Control Bus IP Address
The IP addresses on the control bus are used to logically identify the HIS for communication
among HISs on the control bus.The IP address on the control bus is automatically determined
according to the bus type, domain number and station number. In normal situations, the automatically
determined
setting should be used.
172.16.dd. ss
172:System fixed
16: Identifier showing that the bus type is control bus (fixed)
dd: Domain number specified during project creation (*1)
Domain number specified during HIS creation (*2)
ss: Station number specified during HIS creation
*1: This is for the CS 1000.
*2: This is for the CS 3000.
Control Bus Subnet Mask
The control bus subnet mask is set to 255.255.0.0 by default. In normal situations, this default setting
Ethernet TCP/IP Settings
Make sure that the names of HIS computer and HIS station match. Normally, there is no
need to specify the Ethernet TCP/IP. Make sure to use the initial settings.
NOTE: The Ethernet TCP/IP needs to be specified to connect to an HIS on another subnet via a
router. If any HIS is connected this way within a project, consult with Yokogawa.
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Ethernet Hostname
The Ethernet Hostname will be automatically determined according to the bus type, domain number
and station number. In normal situations, the automatically determined hostname should be used.
Eddss
E: Identifier indicating that the bus type is Ethernet (fixed)
dd: Domain number specified when the project was created (*1)
Domain number specified when HIS was created (*2)
ss: Station number specified when HIS was created
*1: For CS 1000.
*2: For CS 3000.
Ethernet IP Address
Ethernet IP addresses are used to logically identify the HIS connected to the Ethernet.
The Ethernet IP addresses are automatically determined according to the bus type, domain
number and station number. In normal situations, the automatically determined setting
should be used.
172.17.dd. ss : Ethernet IP address
172:System fixed
17: Identifier showing that the bus type is Ethernet (fixed)
dd: Domain number specified during the project creation (*1)
Domain number specified during HIS creation (*2)
ss: Station number specified during the HIS creation
*1: This is for the CS 1000.
*2:This is for the CS 3000.
Ethernet Subnet Mask
The Ethernet subnet mask is set to 255.255.0.0 by default. Normally, this default setting
should be used.
Creating a New BCV
BCV represents Bus Converter for RL Bus (BCV-L), Bus Converter for HF Bus (BCVH),Bus
Converter for V net (BCV-V) and Bus Converter for VL bet (BCV-A). When creating a BCV, the
configurations vary with the types of bus converter.

Creating a New CGW


CGW stands for both Text Mode Communication Gateway Unit and Frame Mode
Communication Gateway Unit. The type of CGW can be selected on the dialog box
for Create New CGW.

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