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General NTPS200
Exapilot Standard (for HIS)
Specifications Exapilot for HIS
Operation Efficiency Improvement Package
GS 36J06B20-01E

 OVERVIEW  PACKAGE OVERVIEW
The Exapilot Standard (for HIS), Exapilot for HIS; It used to require a lot of control system resources and
Operation Efficiency Improvement Package makes engineering work to automate Process Control System
it easy to create semi-automatic sequences that (PCS) manual operation procedures. And even after
incorporate the know-how of skilled operators, and procedures were established, changes in equipments
thus greatly reduce manual operation. and products required expensive maintenance work.
Exapilot was developed to be “Easy to Use,” and To solve these problems, Exapilot builder functions
to “Realize Continuous Improvements in Operating are designed to make it easy to represent operating
Efficiency” as follows: procedures, so that the maintenance is easy.
- Reduce operating time while maintaining product Exapilot builder functions include procedure
quality. components such as Pump Start/Stop, Set Valve
- Reduce labor while the plant is running safety. Opening, Ramp Up/Down, Request Field Work, Pause,
- Prevent operator errors. Wait for Condition.
- Standardize operating procedure and operation By linking these components on the screen, an
methods. experienced operator can create a procedure that
- Ensure that operator know-how is not lost. operates as a semi-automatic sequence. A created
sequence can be used as an operating screen.
The Human Interface Station (HIS) of CENTUM VP
Note that–unlike Exapilot for HIS provides operating
or CENTUM CS 3000 or CENTUM CS 1000 supports
guidance functions only, and does not output data to
all the features of this software package. Versions for
PCS.
HIS include:
- NTPS200-S21 Exapilot Standard (for HIS) (R1.03
and later), or
- NTPS200-S31 Exapilot for HIS (R1.03 and later).

To run these packages requires the Exaopc OPC
Interface Package for HIS (HIS OPC), model LHS2411
or PHS2411.

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Figure: Exapilot Standard (for HIS) and Exapilot for HIS Operation Main Window

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Find areas to fine-tune. “Engineer (Build Procedures)” and “Operate” steps are used to automate. and realize operating efficiency improvements. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Dec.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 2 F03E. and will be supported in the future. Starting with “Enhance” to determine areas where efficiency improvement can be expected. 2009-00 . Copyright © 2000. to improve operating efficiency Determine areas where efficiency improvement can be more expected Enhance Create procedures to automate operation Identify Engineer Operating efficiency improvement cycle Evaluate Operate Analyze operational log of Exapilot Use automated standard procedures during evaluate improvement test operation / actual operation F04E.ai Figure: Exapilot Standard (for HIS) and Exapilot for HIS Builder Main Window  FUNCTION OVERVIEW Exapilot functions are based on an “operational efficiency improvement cycle” which is repeated continuously to maintain or improve operational efficiency. 7.ai Figure: Operating Efficiency Improvement Cycle All Rights Reserved. “Evaluate” and “Identify” steps are under development.

2008-00 . Copyright © 2000. or Console HIS) Builder functions Operating functions Builder Operation XXXXXXX : Window client client Utility functions Utility-related window Procedure execution and management functions (Procedure server) Procedure Procedure database execution management functions functions Procedure database Exapilot server machine (HIS (general-purpose PC)) OPC server PCS F05E. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Jul. 15. Exapilot Client Machine (HIS (general-purpose PC). general-purpose PC.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 3  FUNCTION OVERVIEW contd.ai Figure: Function Overview All Rights Reserved.

2009-00 .Output history display .System parameter setting functions .PCS output confirmation functions Operating Procedure Parts Procedure Database Management Functions .Procedure maintenance functions .Parameter (variable) declaration check functions . Utility functions Operation Monitoring Functions . Procedure Builder Functions .Operation start/stop commands .Variable display functions All Rights Reserved.Controls procedure flow.Watchdog Notification and Operation Status Monitoring . operating status detail.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 4  Builder Functions  Procedure Execution and Management Easy to understand (easy to describe and configure an Functions operation procedure).Detailed operating commands (skip.Installer functions .Save/Restore Procedures functions .Operating procedure display .Client/server functions Additional print out .Prepare to Main Procedures functions .Operating data display .Procedure modules . Executes and manages procedures defined by builder functions.Intrinsic user functions (created using Visual C processing. Setting the header/footer . 7.Procedure flow display functions (display data .Multiple OPC servers connecting functions Operating Functions .Test run functions . pause) .Operation message display . database editing.Historical Report (Message) functions . Copyright © 2000.Offline functions .Security functions .Multiple-procedures execution functions . break. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Dec.Event Record Management functions  Tool .Historical Report (PCS output history) functions . syntax check) language) supported  Utility Functions  Operating Functions These provide necessary functions for package The procedure flow window displays procedure management.Character variable functions .PCS tag existence-checking functions .Procedure Flow Documentation Functions .Procedure Flow Builder Functions Procedure Execution Functions . for operation and monitoring.

called “Procedure”. Unit Procedure Procedure Elements Procedure Flow: Individually-defined operating Subprocedure procedures Subprocedure for advanced alarm Unit Procedure: A process associated with a single procedure flow. for advanced alarm User Procedure Module: Module created by user Other types of unit procedure (and registered in a library). Procedure Configuration Subprocedure: Units which are part of the hierarchy below the main procedure and have Main Procedure individual names (Example: Heating Subprocedure process). Standard Procedure Module: Module provided as User procedure templates standard by Yokogawa. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. Procedure Group: Special subprocedure Procedure templates representing a group of unit procedures. 16. for advanced alarm Procedure Module: Special unit procedure used to Standard procedure modules represent a subprocedure part registered for advanced alarm in a library. Procedure templates for advanced alarm: Process parts for advanced alarm Special unit procedure equivalent to Flow arrow a subprocedure for advanced alarm designed as a component (and registered Standard flow arrow in a library). Subprocedure for advanced alarm: Advanced alarm Subprocedure for advanced alarm units which are part of the hierarchy Procedure Elements below the main procedure and have individual names (Example: Valve failure Procedure Flow monitoring). Rich text Variables PCS variables Global variables Global parameters Local variables Local parameters Procedure information variables Procedure server variables Matrix local variables Matrix global variables F01-1E. each with individual names (Example: Boiler start-up).ai All Rights Reserved. Images Other types of unit procedure: The minimum elements configuring the Procedure flow Character string Process parts for advanced alarm: The unit Text procedures which can be used in a procedure for advanced alarm.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 5  PROCEDURE CONFIGURATION On Exapilot the series of operation and monitoring Procedure Configuration sequence are described on flow chart style or logic Main Procedure: Individual operating procedure chart style. Repetition flow arrow Standard procedure modules for advanced alarm: "Yes" judgment flow arrow Procedure templates for advanced alarm provided as standard by Yokogawa "No" judgment flow arrow User procedure templates for advanced alarm: Component subprocedure for advanced Picture alarm created by user (and registered in a Graphics library). Copyright © 2000. Procedure Group Subprocedure: Special unit procedure representing a Procedure Module process hierarchy Subprocedure for advanced alarm: Special unit Standard Procedure module procedure used to represent the hierarchy User Procedure module of the procedure for advanced alarm. 2010-00 . units.

Picture: Graphics (JPEG or bitmap) to be pasted on the work space and figure (circle or line). Procedure information variables: Variables in which main procedure specific inforemation is stored. Global variables: Variables declared as global (main- procedure-level) variables Global parameters: Variables declared as global (main-procedure-level) parameters. Repetition flow arrow: Loops back to previous processing (used to perform repeated processing). “Yes” judgment flow arrow: Branches to process corresponding to “Yes” decision. can be modified by user. Copyright © 2000. PCS variables: Variables used to transmit data between Exapilot and PCS. Variables: Data used in Exapilot. Character string: Program element for which a string of characters. a rich text or a hyperlink can be specified. can be modified by user.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 6 Flow arrow: Structural element used to represent a procedure and connect subprocedures in a flow chart. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. 2010-00 . “No” judgment flow arrow: Branches to process corresponding to “No” decision. Matrix local variables: Local variables with one- dimensional array or two-dimensional aray Matrix global variables: Global variables with one- dimensional array or two-dimensional aray All Rights Reserved. Local variables: Variables declared as local (subprocedure-level) variables Local parameters: Variables declared as local (subprocedure-level) parameters. Standard flow arrow: Starts from one subprocedure (other than a decision subprocedure) and connects to another. Procedure server variables: Variables the procedure server manages. defining the order in which they are processed. 16.

Matrix Declaration *1: “Output to PCS” and “Block mode Setting” do not function with Exapilot for HIS. The Unit Procedures are connected between the start and end terminals. Subprocedure. End of User Event Driven. END terminal.ai  Unit Procedures Unit Procedures Function / Unit Procedure Name A unit procedure used to represent a procedure in a flowchart format Procedure flow symbols START terminal. Matrix Calculation Time processing. Input connector Input processing. Unit procedures with message processing functions Output to PCS (*1). Pause main procedure command. Event Wait. User Event Wait.Pump start/stop Unit Unit . Pause. End subprocedure command. Block mode Setting (*1). Confirmation Messages. User Application. Initialize subprocedure command. Check elapsed time. Branch 1.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 7  PROCEDURE FLOW Procedure Flow created in Exapilot represent user procedures as flowcharts. Reset of User Event. Search. Start other main procedure command. 15. Copyright © 2000. Guidance Messages.Control valve opening setting Start Procedure Procedure End Yes . Alarm Messages. Start subprocedure command. Generic name declaration. major procedures are created as part of the top-level Main Procedure. F02E. Parallel 2. unit procedures required to create various procedure flows Parameter declaration. Restart Timer In addition. Stop Timer. String Operation. End other main procedure command. All Rights Reserved. HIS Alarm Messages. Judge subprocedure status. HIS Window. with the second and lower levels used to represent smaller Subprocedures and unit operations. Dynamical generic name.MV ramping . Branch 2. Judge other main procedure status. End main procedure Utilities command. Parallel 1. etc.  Structure Sample Main Procedure Procedure Group Procedure Group Subprocedure Subprocedure Start End Unit Subprocedure Subprocedure Procedure Subprocedure Procedure Group Procedure Group Subprocedure Unit Operating procedure Start Subprocedure End Procedure can be hierarchy with Unit up to 300 levels. Pause subprocedure command. Matrix Search. Output connector. Calculations. End. User Event Transmission.SV ramping. Output processing. Clock. In general. Comment. 2008-00 . Input from other main procedures’ variables. Application programs may contain a hierarchy of up to 300 levels. Output to I/O Messages other main procedures’ variables. Procedure Subprocedure Repeat Unit Procedures represent No . Unit procedures with time-series processing functions Timer block Timer. HIS Operator Guide Messages. Pause Timer. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Jul. OR. Start of User Event Driven. AND. Statistic Processing. User function. Start Timer. Event Record Search. Substitution. Procedure group label.

components have outputted. process requests and operator actions.Message Report . and the improvement due to Exapilot will be evaluated.Output History Report Output values are not sent to the PCS. Creating semi-automatic authorized personnel and restrict operating procedures. but those are This function outputs the history that process used within Exapilot.This function enables users to specify optional Operating know-how is shared among operators. . and the volume of debugging.10 or later) Data is input from PCS or from other procedures. and the user can easily perform buildering. but those are  Builder: Graphics Drawing Function used within Exapilot. and print out the workflow as self. Alarm. . that have been previously set in Exapilot are used. know-how Exapilot procedure flow engineering parts (unit:  Utility: Multiple OPC servers connecting subprocedure) can be stored in a library.Trial mode (Supported by R1. for remote engineering and remote operation. and a This function enables users to define the OPC server to set of general-purpose standard templates is provided be connected separately for each procedure.This function enables users to set header/footer documentation for the Standard Operating Procedure. as standard This function allows users to restrict operation to operating procedures. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. the operation history is displayed PC. No special programming language needs to enhancements be learnt. circles. (Supported by R1. suggests where further improvements can be made. operator. and arrows on the workspace of Exapilot. (Supported by R1.  Builder: Intuitive GUI Exapilot represents an operation procedure in flowchart  Identification: Finding operating procedure format. 2010-00 . Displaying operating dead time. This function allows users to draw lines.10 or later) All Rights Reserved. delete spare subprocedures. (Supported by R1. Input values messages to CSV type file. rectangles. . . with Exapilot. (Supported by R1. output values are not sent to the PCS. Guidance.10 or later)  Operation: Preserving operator know-how The operating know-how of experienced operators can  Utility: Security Functions be preserved as Procedure in flowchart. Copyright © 2000. operation and maintenance.10 or later)  Operation: Integrated man-machine  Builder: Character variable functions interface This function allows users to describe other vendor’s By installing this application in an Human Interface PCS tag name or data item. . (Under development). facilitating the creation of effective SOP (Standard Operation Procedures).Offline mode This function outputs Confirm.10 or later)  Operation: Workflow self-documentation You can display a created workflow on the  Builder: Procedure Flow Printing Functions operating screen. This printing of exceptional flow. in a chronological order. Error This allows debugging without an PCS. Standard Operating Procedures can help prevent Users can qualify the scope of operations for each operator errors. type during the preparation to run procedures. 16. and function is helpful for operation training.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 8  FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS  Builder and Operation: Client/Server  Evaluation: Evaluation of operating Functions efficiency The Exapilot server PC can be accessed by a client After actual operation. a single man-machine performs both process control monitoring and operation monitoring.10 or later)  Operation: Operation procedure guidance  Builder: PCS tag existence-checking functions The main feature of Exapilot for HIS is to show each procedure for mainly manual plant operation and This function checks the PCS tag existence and tag outputs guidance as the procedure. (Supported by R2. (Supported by R1.10 or later)  Operation: Debug functions You can debug procedures either in “offline” mode or in  Utility: Historical Report Functions “trial” mode. procedure modules. to CSV type file. Station (HIS). (Under  Builder: Sharing and reusing of operator development). Reusable functions subprocedures can be used in user templates.

20 or later) without affecting Subprocedure which is not revised.20 or later) messages.60 or later) supports the operation on or starting other programs in a message window.  Operation: Procedure Display Mode (Supported by R3. the output history.70 or later) This mode only displays the procedure without executing it.01) This function facilitates opening a specified document Exapilot (R3.10 or later)  Utility: Duplicate Exaopc Compliant This feature enables Exapilot to support Exaopc OPC  Operation: Event Wait Unit Procedure server redundancy function version (Exaopc-RD). This function enables users to collectively prepare to (Supported by R2. This function allows reception of process alarm (Supported by R3. for example. Check functions This function helps operators confirm if the Parameter (Supported by R2. 2010-00 . (Supported by R2. sequence messages. so that users will be able to select the security level to match their requirements. Module (Supported by R2.  Utility: Support for IT Security (Supported by R2. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep.01 or later) This function also allows for opening a specified  Operation: Online Maintenance document or starting other programs through text Online Maintenance enables the revision per pasted to a workspace.10 or later) This function enables users to move the procedures from other PCs and back up the procedures. Copyright © 2000. 16. (Supported by R3. This function enables users to read data by Cache (Supported by R2. Subprocedure without interrupting Main procedure operation.20 or later) Several security models (legacy.70 or later) All Rights Reserved.  Operation: Automatic Update of Current (Supported by R3. Users can analyze.10 or later) Function  Builder: Parameter (variable) declaration This function facilitates executing subprocedures that are not wired. standard.40 or later) This function facilitates changing the current message and displaying a new message during system  Procedure Execution: OPC Cache Read operation. operation process from this history information. (Supported by R3.10 or later) history such as procedure start/stop.20 or later) graphic for display.20 or later) Read. This function enables the maintenance (Supported by R2.20 or later) (variable) used in the program are identical with the declared parameters (variables).30 or later) Executed Unit Procedure This function allows display of unit procedures of a  Utility: Prepare to Main Procedures hierarchical procedure that is being executed on the functions Operation window.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 9  Operation: Procedure Operation Function  Utility: Audit trail Function (Supporting 21 This function allows users to start and stop other CFR Part11) procedures from a unit procedure. This function enables users to save the operation (Supported by R2. (Supported by R3.  Operation: Subprocedure Expansion (Supported by R3. CENTUM VP HIS.60.40 or later)  Operation: Hyperlink Function  Supporting CENTUM VP (R4.10 or later) Run Main Procedure on the Exapilot server.30 or later)  Operation: Dynamical Generic Name This feature facilitates swapping the existing tag name  Builder: Hierarchically Arranged Procedure with an arbitrary tag name. This function allows users to copy a message window and display it as a CENTUM VP/CS 3000/CS 1000 (Supported by R3. and strengthened types) will be available. and others from the CENTUM. (Supported by R2.  Utility: Save/Restore Procedures functions (Supported by R2.20 or later) This function enables users to arrange procedure modules hierarchically.  Operation: Dynamic Message Function (Supported by R3. and the operating messages of Exapilot for  Operation: Message Window Component the specified period.

*8: For options added to Exapilot Standard. No. of installation 1/PC 1/PC options/PC Installation Installed HIS (*1) X X (*9) X X distination Exaopc-installed PC or PC X – X X general-purpose PC No. of unit subprocedures 300/main procedure Restrictions procedures No. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. No. of No. *2: If one Exapilot Procedures Expansion is added onto Exapilot Standard.  APPLICATION CAPACITY Exapilot Basic Exapilot Option (*8) Procedure Additional Item Expansion Advanced Standard for HIS (Adding is Alarm possible to Function (*6) Standard) Max. in this case. and the total number of multiple runs with these two main procedures amounts to 6. of unit procedures main procedure main procedure main procedure main procedure Procedure Max.Data read from PCS X – nication Data write to PCS X – X – Exaopc Exaopc OPC Interface Package X – – – Connection Exaopc OPC Interface Package (for HIS) X X – – X: Available –: Not Available *1: The Exaopc OPC Interface package (for HIS) needs to be prepared separately.000 per main procedure at the maximum.” “process failure monitoring. of unit procedure modules 1000/main procedure No.) *7: Exapilot Standard is connected to the Exaopc OPC Interface Package (for HIS) as an OPC client. please refer also to GS36J06B10-01E. as well as the number of main procedures that can be built and number of Exapilot clients. *9: The server and client packages of the ‘Exapilot for HIS’ cannot be installed on separate PCs. of unit procedures 1000/subprocedure Capacity and of unit No. of procedures concurrently executable 1 +1/option (*3) – No. (excluding the Voice Message Output Option. of 2 No. of Exapilot client (*4) 2 +2/option (*5) – 10000/ 1000/ 10000/ 10000/ No. the number of main procedures that can be run concurrently is 3. *3: Example: For Exapilot Standard + Procedures Expansion x 2.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 10  Exapilot OPTION  Procedures Expansion This option increases the number of main procedures that can be executed concurrently with the Exapilot Standard. *6: Exapilot for HIS includes the Additional Advanced Alarm Function. Other Exapilot Options cannot be added to it. of registered procedure 1000/PC modules No. of PCS variables 5000/main procedure (*7) – Max.  Additional Advanced Alarm Function This advanced alarm component allows monitoring of “equipment module failure monitoring. *5: Example: For Exapilot Standard + Procedures Expansion x 2 The number of main procedures that can be run concurrently is 2. the total number of PCS variables is not 5. 2010-00 . Copyright © 2000.” or “operator misoperation monitoring” during stead-state operation. 16. *4: Total number of Operation windows and Builder windows that can be connected at the same time to the procedure server. of Local variables 1000/subprocedure – PCS Commu. of Global variables 5000/main procedure – variables No. All Rights Reserved. No. the number of procedures that can be created is expanded to 10.000 but 1. of built main procedures 5 +5/option (*2) – No.

ai All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2000.ai  Exapilot Standard (for HIS) and HIS OPC installed in separate PCs Ethernet HIS / HIS ENG General-purpose PC / HIS HIS OPC Client + HIS OPC Exapilot Client + Exapilot Server VL net / V net LFCS LFCS SFCS SFCS Process Data Read / Write F07E. 16.ai  Exapilot Standard (for HIS) Client and HIS OPC installed in one PC Ethernet General-purpose HIS / HIS ENG PC / HIS Exapilot Server + Exapilot HIS OPC Client VL net / V net LFCS LFCS SFCS SFCS Exapilot Communications Data Process Data Read / Write F08E. 2010-00 .<<Contents>> <<Index>> 11  SYSTEM CONFIGURATION  Exapilot Standard (for HIS) / Exapilot for HIS and HIS OPC installed in one PC HIS / HIS ENG Exapilot Client + Exapilot Server + HIS OPC VL net / V net LFCS LFCS SFCS SFCS Process Data Read / Write F06E. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep.

024 x 768 recommended Sound: Recommended (for message output) PC for Exapilot Standard (for HIS) Client and Server without HIS OPC installed Machine: IBM PC/AT (or DOS/V) compatible CPU: Pentium III 600 MHz or faster required (Pentium III 1 GHz or faster recommended) Windows Vista. Windows Server 2008. At least 1 GB required (At least 2 GB recommended) Disk: At least 4 GB VRAM (Video RAM): At least 128 MB Color: At least 32. Windows Server 2008. Windows Server 2008.66 GHz or faster RAM: At least 512 MB required (At least 1 GB recommended) Windows Vista.768 colors Resolution:At least 1. 2010-00 .03 and later  Hardware Operating Environment PC both Exapilot Client-Server and HIS OPC installed Machine: HIS (general-purpose PC HIS) CPU: Pentium III 600 MHz or faster required (Pentium III 1 GHz or faster recommended) Windows Vista.024 x 768 recommended Sound: Recommended (for message output) All Rights Reserved. Windows Server 2008.03 and later Exapilot for HIS R1.768 colors Resolution:At least 1.66 GHz or faster RAM: At least 512 MB required (At least 1 GB recommended) Windows Vista.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 12  OPERATING ENVIRONMENT  Package Operating Environment Versions for HIS: Exapilot Standard (for HIS) R1. At least 1 GB required (At least 2 GB recommended) Disk: HIS area use + 4 GB or more VRAM (Video RAM): At least 128 MB Color: At least 32. At least 1GB required (At least 2 GB recommended) Disk: At least 2 GB VRAM (Video RAM): At least 128 MB Color: At least 32. Core 2 Duo Processor 2. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. Copyright © 2000.66 GHz or faster RAM: At least 512 MB required (At least 1 GB recommended) Windows Vista. Core 2 Duo Processor 2.024 x 768 recommended Sound: Recommended (for message output) PC for Exapilot Standard (for HIS) Client without HIS OPC installed Machine: HIS (general-purpose PC HIS) or console HIS CPU: Pentium III 500 MHz or faster required (Pentium III 1 GHz or faster recommended) Windows Vista. Windows Server 2008. 16. Core 2 Duo Processor 2.768 colors Resolution:At least 1. Windows Server 2008.

5) R2. 2.20 Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition – Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 4 (1.0 Stand-alone Server Service Pack 6a (4. 5) R2. 2) Windows NT Workstation 4.0 or Windows NT Server 4.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 13  Software Operating Environment Exapilot (Server / Client functions) Exapilot Revision OS Windows Service Pack R1. R3. 2) Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition Service Pack 2 (1) R3.0 or Windows NT Server 4.0 Stand-alone Server Service Pack 6a (4.30 Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (1) Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition – Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 4 (1.0 or Windows NT Server 4.01 Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 1 Windows NT Workstation 4. the latest Windows service pack might be required when the OS causes some trouble in Exapilot.01. R3.50 Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition Service Pack 2 (1) Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (1. 2.10 Windows NT Workstation 4. 3) R3. 2) Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1 Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 4 (1. R1.60 Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition Service Pack 2 (1) Windows Vista Business Edition Service Pack 1 Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3 (1. 2. 2) Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition Service Pack 2 (1) R3.01 Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 3 (1. 3) R3. 16. 5) R2. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep.03. 2010-00 . 3) Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (1) R3. Note: The numbers in parentheses shows installable Windows service pack numbers.20 Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 3 (1.0 Stand-alone Server Service Pack 6a (4.0 Stand-alone Server Service Pack 6a (4.0 or Windows NT Server 4.10 Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server Stand-alone Server Service Pack 2 (1) Windows NT Workstation 4.80 Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition Service Pack 2 (1) Windows Vista Business Edition Service Pack 2 (1) Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition Service Pack 2 Note: Develop user functions using VC++6. VC.NET and Visal Studio2008 (Service Pack1).3 or later Note: It is neccessary to install Adobe Reader to read document of Exapilot.0 or Windows NT Server 4. Documnet Brower Adobe Reader 9. 5) R3.0 Stand-alone Server Service Pack 6a (4. Visual Studio 2005 (Service Pack 1). R1.0 (Service Pack 6). However. Windows NT Workstation 4.70.40. 5) R1. Copyright © 2000.02. All Rights Reserved.

10 or later) (R2. Copyright © 2000. Exapilot Standard Only the client of Exapilot Standard or Client only R4.08) *1: Exapilot adopts ‘Legacy model’ for its IT security.01 or later) (R4. Note: Please check not only the model and version of the package but also the compatibility of operating system environment. 2010-00 .05 or later. Exaquantum. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. All Rights Reserved.  Limitation for coexistence with HIS Exapilot (R3.Exapilot can be connected to Exaopc OPC Interface Package R3. Exasmoc and Exarqe packages.08) Case2: Exaquantum Exaopc Exaquantum Exaplog Exasmoc Exarqe /Batch (R3.30 or later) Exapilot OK OK (*1) N/A OK N/A N/A (R3.08) CENTUM VP HIS CENTUM CS 3000 HIS Server/Client R4. Connectivity: Exapilot is connected to an Exaopc or HIS OPC via a network. Case1: Exaopc Exaquantum Exaquantum Exaplog Exasmoc Exarqe (R3.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 14  Coexistence and Connectivity between Exapilot and other Solution-based Software Packages Coexistence and connectivity are defined as follows.10 or later.01 or later R3.60 or later) (R2. For more information.01 or later) (R4. Coexistence: Exapilot and other Solution-based Software packages are installed on the same PC. please contact Yokogawa. Note: Please check not only the type and version of the package but also the operating system environment. Exaplog.05 or later Exapilot Professional can be installed in an HIS environment. refer also to GS36J02A10-01E (NTPF100 Exaopc OPC Interface Package).50 or later) /Batch (R3. Note: As for detail.  Limitation for coexistence of Exa packages Other Exa Packages Server Client Exapilot Server Case1 Case1 Client Case1 Case2 The combination of Exa packages that can coexist with Exapilot is as show below.  Operating Environment in Combination of Exapilot and OPC Interface Packages .Exapilot can be connected to Exaopc OPC Interface Package (for HIS) R3. Note: Solution-based Software packages refer to Exaopc.Revision of Exaopc Client must be same as revision of Exaopc Server to be connected.50 or later) (R3.01 or later R3. Exaquantum/Batch. 16. *2: Please pay attention to the installation procedure in case of installing clients of Exasmoc or Exarqe with Exapilot client simultaneously on the ‘Standard’ or ‘Strengthened’ model of IT security. .50 or later Exapilot for HIS.50 or later) Exapilot OK OK (*1) OK (*2) OK OK (*2) OK (*2) (R3.08. .01 or later) (R2.

Exaquantum. Note: The Exapilot Office can be upgraded to Exapilot for HIS. . or Exapilot Professional.All other company and product names in this GS are registered trademarks or trademarks of respective companies.<<Contents>> <<Index>> 15  MODEL AND SUFFIX CODE Exapilot Operation Efficiency Improvement Package Description Model NTPS200 Exapilot Operation Efficiency Improvement Package -S Basic Software License (with media) 2 For Exapilot Standard (*1) Suffix Codes 3 For Exapilot for HIS 1 English version *1: For options added to Exapilot Standard. . Exarqe are registered trademark of Yokogawa Electric Corporation. please refer to GS36J06B10-01E. users are required to sign annual maintenance contracts to receive maintenance service from the first year of purchase onward.Exapilot. .Pentium. Exapilot Standard. Exaopc.Adobe Reader is either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.  ORDERING INFORMATION Specify model and suffix codes. Exaplog. Core 2 Duo are registered trademark of Intel Corporation. . .CENTUM is a registered trademark of Yokogawa Electric Corporation. Copyright © 2000. Yokogawa Electric Corporation GS 36J06B20-01E Sep. Therefore.  TRADEMARK . Description Model NTMS200 Maintenance Service for Exapilot -S Annual Contract 2 For Exapilot Standard Suffix Codes 3 For Exapilot for HIS 1 Always 1 Note: Order to YMX customer service via FAX. . Excel and Visual Studio are registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and /or other countries. The Exapilot Standard can be upgraded to Exapilot Professional. Exasmoc. 16.Ethernet is a registered trademark of XEROX Corporation. . All Rights Reserved. Exapilot Annual Support Contract The product is supplied at prices not covering the manufacturer’s warranty costs. The Exapilot for HIS can be upgraded to Exapilot Standard or Exapilot Professional.Windows. 2010-00 Subject to change without notice.