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Chapter 1 AC 700F – The best of both worlds, DCS and PLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Chapter 2 System architecture with AC 700F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.1 The DigiVis operator level . . . . . . . . 2.2 The process level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3 System communication . . . . . . . . . . 2.3.1 Control network . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3.2 OPC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3.3 DMS application programming interface . . . . . . . . . . 2.3.4 Technical details of the control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 .7 .8 .8 .8
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Chapter 3 The AC 700F controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.1 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2 The AC 700F hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2.1 Central processing unit PM 783F . . . . 3.2.2 CPU terminal base TB 711F . . . . . . . . 3.2.3 Accessories for CPU module . . . . . . . 3.3 S700 local I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3.1 Digital input / output module DC 732F 3.3.2 Analog input module AI 723F . . . . . . . 3.3.3 Analog input / output module AX 722F 3.3.4 I/O terminal unit TU 715F . . . . . . . . . 3.3.5 Accessoires for I/O modules . . . . . . . . 3.3.6 Power supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3.7 Accessoires for power supplies . . . . .
Chapter 4 Typical AC 700F applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Chapter 5 Automation Sentinel Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Chapter 6 The Operator Level with DigiVis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 Messages & operator hints Software subscription . . . . DigiVis languages . . . . . . . DigiVis license V9.1 . . . . . . DigiVis options . . . . . . . . . DigiVis hardkeys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 . 48 . 48 . 48 . 49 . 50
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. . . . . . . . . . Control Builder F options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . 63 Chapter 9 Add-ons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . extensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 7. .continued Chapter 7 Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F . . . . . .5 Control software options. .8. . .6 7. . basic / advanced 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . 65 4 Table of contents | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. . . . . . . . .1 3BDD015202 . . . . . . . . . 62 Chapter 8 Media and documentation . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Basic controller . . . . . . . . . . . 63 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Configuration of functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 . . . . . . . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Control Builder F license . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 . . . 58 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Control Builder F languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 7. . 7. . . . . 63 8. . . 62 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 . . . . . . 58 . . . . . . . . .1 7. . . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Advanced controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 . . 60 . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Documentation CD . . . . . . . . 51 7. . . . . . . . . . . . basic .3 7. . . . . . . . . . .Software license . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 7. . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 8. . . .8. . . .2 Additional basic I/Os . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Control Builder F hardkeys . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Software CD . . . . . . . . .4 Additional advanced I/Os . .1 Product box . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8. . . . .Table of contents . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commissioning . 61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 . . . . .7 Additional packages . . . . . . . 59 . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Control software options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hardware structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
matched software releases. the visualization. in medium sized applications with sophisticated requirements for fieldbuses. This implies a lot of disadvantages with respect to seamless configuration procedures. Control Builder F. the serial interfaces. scalable control systems. ABB offers a superior alternative with a wide range of advantages while being price competitive. ABB has redefined compact. This controller can be used side by side with the AC 800F controller. This includes the control network. With the compact control system Freelance 800F.Chapter 1 AC 700F – The best of both worlds. and the local I/O. OPC servers and more. process or environmental facilities. Based on this principle. and is today viewed by many as a trend-setter in this industry. application engineers have to deal with various tools and programs from different providers. ABB has taken a further step forward providing powerful automation that is not only cost-effective in terms of hardware and software. With AC 700F. When PLCs are used in the process industries. a PLC that has been successfully applied in the manufacturing industries for years. the graphics for the operator station running DigiVis. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.1 | AC 700F – The best of both worlds. with more than ten thousand applications covering all industry sectors. the hardware. DCS and PLC 5 . the hardware of AC 700F is that of ABB’s AC500. the control logic. DCS and PLC The objective of process industry companies today is clearly defined: increased automation at lower cost. and uncertainty about long term availability of individual tools. In this product catalog. intrinsic safety. we focus on small applications which can be easily accomplished with the flexible and very powerful new AC 700F controller. Some of the advantages are listed here: − First. people are impressed by the global success story of Freelance 800F. The advanced design of Freelance 800F makes the system ideal for numerous applications in power. − Application configuration is performed with one single tool. If you are interested in these types of applications. The AC 700F controller widens the scalability of the compact control system Freelance 800F for small process industry applications. redundancy and availability. Formerly these applications were typically built using PLCs. Today. but is also very easy to use. reliable visualization and operation. view the Freelance 800F product catalog for the entire system. AC 700F with Freelance 800F offers PLC size and function with many of the features of a larger control system.
which are automatically available. 6 AC 700F – The best of both worlds. sequential function chart displays. message list. Examples are: Alarm line. With the above mentioned features and benefits. drives and motors. − Historian server including trend displays and OPC servers are integrated. AC 700F is ideal for small applications with only a few to several hundred signals. The plausibility check includes the formal check for completeness and consistency of the user programs − Graphical configuration with high-performance editors in programming languages according to IEC 61131-3 − Function block diagram (FBD) − Ladder diagram (LD) − Instruction list (IL) − Sequential function chart (SFC) − Structured text (ST) − Large number of controllers and operator stations within one project. field devices like sensors and actuators. process panels and displays or switchgears.− Control Builder F includes more than 200 predefined.1 3BDD015202 . a wide range of devices can be easily connected via Modbus. etc. They come with a specific faceplate for operator intervention. Examples are: universal motor controllers. The quality of Freelance 800F is also reflected in the robust hardware. system-wide plausibility check of user programs covering all controllers and operator stations. well-tested solution − No engineering effort is necessary to get alarms to the operator station − Automatic generation of the graphical system display for hardware diagnostics − Automatic generation of the entire communication and time synchronisation between controllers and operator stations − Uniform. UL and GL (Germanischer Lloyd) mark as a quality symbol for all its components. − The operator station software DigiVis comes with a lot of pre-configured displays. user defined function blocks with own faceplate can easily be built and tested and used in several projects as own. welltested functions and function blocks for all kind of applications. In addition to the very flexible local S700 I/O. Therefore an extensive field of package units can be realized with AC 700F and Freelance 800F: These units can easily be integrated into a plant equipped with Freelance 800F. These function blocks can be easily and intuitively parameterized. system display. faceplates. − If needed. when modifications. logs and trends. improvements and fine-tuning shall be performed in a highly efficient manner with low testing effort. commissioning and maintenance. which is immune to electromagnetic interference and bears the CE. group display. DCS and PLC | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. These characteristics are particularly important during configuration.
portable equipment such as laptops. The system structure shown in the figure above is a subset of the entire Freelance 800F structure. either standard or industrialized appropriate for the application.1 The DigiVis operator level The DigiVis operator stations use PC hardware. archives and logs. DigiVis supports dual-monitor operation. S700 local I/O modules can be directly plugged to the controller module. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. At the left side. This provides for placing the AC 700F directly in the field where needed.Chapter 2 System architecture with AC 700F Engineering Station: Control Builder F Operator Stations: DigiVis Industrial ethernet (optionally redundant) Control Network AC 700F Controller Panel 800 MODBUS AC 700F Controllers with direct S700 I/O ACS55 Emergency stop with push buttons Field Devices Motor Field Devices From a top view. AC 700F can also be placed in local junction boxes in nonhazardous areas out in the field as competitive. The operator level contains the functions for operation and observation. Furthermore panels and drives are connected to the Modbus interface. intelligent Ethernet I/O. Thanks to the flexibility of Ethernet and its small footprint. Usually. The complete Freelance 800F system is described in another product catalog. The Control Builder F engineering station is used to configure and commission the system. you see the AC 700F controller with field devices and push buttons connected to its local I/O. while at the same time inspecting the progress of a sequential function chart.2 The process level AC 700F is designed for small applications with up to 256 I/O signals per controller. The operator level PCs can also be used as engineering stations. the system architecture of Freelance 800F consists of an operator level and a process level. The connection to the Freelance 800F control network is achieved via Ethernet. This controller comes within a very small footprint. 2. which offers the benefit to stay continuously aware of essential information like the alam list. Open-loop and closed-loop control functions are processed in the controllers which communicate with actuators and sensors in the field. is used. below the control network. trends and alarms. A permanent connection to the engineering system is not necessary. It is possible to run Control Builder F and DigiVis together on a single combi station. At the top level are the engineering station with the engineering tool Control Builder F and several operator stations running the visualization software DigiVis. offering a very flexible and cost-effective solution when intelligent I/O modules are needed. which allows configuration both in the office and on site. 2.1 | System architecture with AC 700F 7 . This subset takes into account the AC 700F specific items only. running under the Microsoft® Windows® operating system.
for example. The Control Builder F engineering software supports this with the redundant OPC gateway configuration. 2.2 and higher. the system allows to segment the data communication accordingly per simply setting some check marks. A more standardized and generic approach to connect to the system is provided by the Freelance 800F OPC server to access real-time process values (DA) and alarms/ events (AE) from the Freelance 800F System. If the number of those exceeds 10. Access to the trend server is fixed to “read only”.3. 8 System architecture with AC 700F | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. data from other controllers can be integrated into a custom graphic in DigiVis. As several OPC gateways can be used in the Freelance 800F system.3. As the AC 700F allows for truly remote and distributed architecture with the controller sitting close to the production cells. which allows OPC clients to access data and alarms from the Freelance 800F controllers. which permits you to access data from external OPC servers. The control network has the following features: − The ability to cover long distances − A high data throughput − A flexible network layout A generic Ethernet Send/Receive function allows to not only exchange data between different Freelance systems. The DigiVis operator station has a built-in OPC client. Freelance 800F uses confirmed and unconfirmed services. This is a „C“ programming interface for MS Windows to enable programmers to create tailored Windows application solutions to interact with the system.3. server redundancy can be established using OPC clients that support this function. but also to 3rd party Ethernet subscriber like Panels. This protocol can be utilized by 3rd party network subscribers using the application interface DMS-API. we expect higher numbers of controllers within in one Freelance 800F system Each controller can communicate to up to a total of 10 DigiVis operator stations. The unconfirmed UDP service is used for screen updating and lateral communication between controllers. can only read other tags and variables. there is no further action required. The control network is a standard 100 MBit/s Ethernet network. The trend server option provides a special OPC gateway that is used by the DigiVis operator stations for user-defined trend displays.3 DMS application programming interface The DMS Application Programming Interface provides C programmers with a Windows interface through which they can access internal Freelance 800F communications services. However . 2. operator stations and engineering station in the Freelance 800F system. the parameters of FOUNDATION Fieldbus devices can also be accessed. Using this. etc. or has both read and write access to certain tags and variables.2 OPC Freelance 800F provides an OPC gateway (server). 2. and all trend variables are automatically available. The system components use a specific protocol called DMS. which is an enhanced MMS (Machine Message Specification) protocol. this is only possible if they are connected to an S900 remote I/O unit. which is based on Standard Ethernet with TCP/IP. It is also possible to implement 1-GBit/s components within a network as high-speed backbone.or trendservers.the majority of the systems are in the range of 1 to 5 controllers/ operator stations.1 3BDD015202 . So. The confirmed TCP/IP service is used for alarming and trend archiving. This is a „C“ programming interface for MS Windows to enable programmers to create tailored solutions.1 Control network The control network connects the controllers.3 System communication The operator and the process level communicate via the control network. There is one trend server per Freelance 800F system. OPC. In the case of HART devices. It is possible to limit access to this data at the OPC gateway such that an OPC client cannot see certain tags and variables at all.2. For Freelance 800F version 8. GSM devices. The OPC server also allows access to the DPV1 parameters and user parameters of PROFIBUS and HART devices. Note: a DigiVis operator station or the Freelance OPC-server can talk to more than 10 controller. A Freelance system in theory can have up to 100 controllers and 100 operator stations. You can choose between various transmission media such as twisted pair or fiber optic cable. if the number of controllers exceed 10.
4 Technical details of the control network Details of the control network Bus type: Max.1 | System architecture with AC 700F 9 . 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.2.3) 10/100 MBit/s Standard: Transmission rate: Using fiber optics bus types requires 3rd party twisted pair to fiber optics converters. engineering station and controllers DIN/ISO 8802 Part 3 (IEEE 802.3) 10BASE-FL 10/100 MBit/s DIN/ISO 8802 Part 3 10BASE-FL (IEEE 802.3. length: Twisted Pair (TP) 5 x 100 m 5 x 400 m for shielded TP Fiber optic (FL) 4500 m Application: Control network connection of Freelance 800F operator stations (for operation and observation).
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intelligent Ethernet I/O. operator interfaces flange-mounted by hand. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Control Builder F.1 | The AC 700F controller 11 .Chapter 3 The AC 700F controller The process level is the domain of controllers. field devices. AC 700F can also be placed in local mounting boxes in non-hazardous areas out in the field as competitive. the natural symbiosis of configuration tool. Up to eight local S700 I/O modules can be plugged to the controller. controller. control and improve. Several AC 700F controllers can be used side by side within a project and can easily communicate with each other via the Ethernet based control network. scalability. the compelling quantity of pre-configured functions. and high testing efforts even for simple applications.together with the engineering tool . What a difference with a compact control system: the ease of configuration. and visualization. which comes along with a very small footprint. with AC 700F this all-in-one-approach is now available for really small applications. losing the taste of being difficult to integrate. fast and powerful PLC type new controller with special focus on small applications. a small. Their functions and modularity define . and performance of a DCS system. Before the dawn of AC 700F. This product catalog is dedicated to AC 700F.the ease of use. ready-to use right out of the box. All function blocks and pre-engineered functions are available. these applications were typically executed with cheap PLC hardware that came with an enormous quantity of drawbacks: several tools to work with. Engineering is performed with one engineering tool. AC 700F. is particularly suitable for small applications consisting of very few to several hundreds I/O signals. Package units get a different. Thanks to the flexibility of Ethernet and its small footprint. This product catalog aimes to restrict the information to everything you need for such small applications and for intgrating them into a top visualization environment. And the best of all. more valuable quality and flexibility.
binary switch Multiplexer Converter (data type & code) Flip-flop. system tasks and user tasks. Different modes are available for user task execution: − Cyclical processing of at maximum eight priority driven tasks with cycle times from 5 ms upwards − Processing as fast as possible (PLC mode). Furthermore user-specific function blocks can be added for dedicated tasks. leading to flexible strategies for processing programs. edge detection String blocks Radio controlled adjustment of daylight-saving time Binary value processing Closed-loop control Open-loop control Logic functions 12 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. three-position controller Ratio controller Basic functions Auto-tuning Individual drive functions Sequence control. the processing capacity and speed of the controllers can be easily adapted to the demands of the automation task. During configuration. in addition to numerous other high performance. dosing circuits Logic processing Average / Extreme value determination Comparator. monostable Input and output delay Pulse / Time Counter. System tasks supervise the system for example at cold start or in case of an error. User tasks execute the application programs. industry-proven functions and function blocks.1 3BDD015202 .3. Program execution in the controller is based on real-time multitasking operating system.1 Functions The scope of functions provided by the Freelance 800F system corresponds to the basic supply defined in IEC 61131-3. The operating system of the controllers has two different types of tasks. one task only System tasks are automatically available. Functions and function blocks Analog value processing Input and output conversion Linearization Delay and dead-time filter Average / extreme value determination in time Setpoint adjustment Counter with analog input Time scheduler Binary output. These tasks are executed once in case of the following events: − RUN − STOP − COLD START − WARM START (voltage restored) − REDUNDANCY TOGGLE − ERROR It is possible to add your own applications to these tasks. pushbutton Continuous controllers (PID) Step controllers On / Off controller.
Functions and function blocks Monitoring Analog and binary monitoring Event monitoring Audible alarm control Connection monitoring Disturbance course acquisition. numerical functions Logarithmic functions Trigonometric functions Analog value and time limitation Master / Slave Function over ASCII / RTU Acquisition Arithmetic functions Modbus functions 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.1 | The AC 700F controller 13 . trend acquisition Basic arithmetic functions.
.. The temperature range of AC 700F extends from 0 °C to 60 °C / 32-140 °F. Temperature range: 0 °C (32 °F) ... The modules can be easily plugged to the terminal units and then the terminal units can be plugged one to the other. Certification according to CE.. one for the CPU module and one for S700 I/O modules.2 The AC 700F hardware The AC 700F comes within a modular design.+75 °C (167 °F) -25 °C (-13 °F). The base elements are different types of terminal units.. I/O scan times of 2 ms are possible. Data that differ from the IEC 61131 standards are caused due to the high requirements of Maritime Services.+40 °C / 104 °F 50% output load derating -25 °C (-13 °F). without condensation Storage: Transport: Battery temperature Operating: Storage: Transport: Humidity Air pressure Operating: Storage: > 800 hPa / < 2000 m > 660 hPa / < 3500 m 14 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Short circuit and line break detection is realized for each channel..3.+60 °C (140 °F) Maximum 95%..1 3BDD015202 .+60 °C (140 °F) -20 °C (-4 °F). and GL enables AC 700F to be used in a wide variety of applications..+60 °C (140 °F) Highly recommended mounting: horizontally ! Vertical mounting: Vertical mounting is possible. derating considerations should be made to avoid problems with poor air circulation and the potential for excessive temperatures. The CPU and the local S700 I/O modules communicate very fast.. Climatic stress Module temperature Operating: Temperature range: 0 °C (32 °F) . however. UL..+75 °C (167 °F) 0 °C (32 °F).. The entire controller is then mounted on a DIN rail.+60 °C (140 °F) -20 °C (-4 °F). Technical data The AC 700F controller is designed according to the EN 61131-2 / IEC 61131-2 standards.
04 oz) (4 g (0.15 Hz.53 oz). ESD in CPU Terminal Base ports Immunity against influence of radiated disturbances (CW radiated) as per EN 61000-4-3. 6 kV in a closed switch gear cabinet In order to prevent operating malfunctions.2955 inch) or 15 mm (0... 35 mm (1.591 inch). 11 ms.14 oz) in preparation) All three axes 15 g (0. half-sinusoidal DIN-rail according to DIN EN 50022.Mechanical stress Mounting Degree of protection Housing Vibration resistance according to EN 61131-2 Horizontal IP 20 According to UL 94 All three axes 2 Hz.5 mm (0.1379 inch) 15 Hz. criterion A Test field strength 10 V / m Immunity against transient interference voltages (burst) as per EN 61000-4-4. continuous 3. it is recommended that the operating personnel discharge themselves prior to touching communication ports or take other necessary action to reduce the effects of electrostatic discharges.38 inch).. mounting with screws of type M4. DC) Digital inputs / outputs (24 VDC) Digital inputs / outputs (120 / 230 VAC) Analog inputs / outputs Serial RS-485 interface (COM) Serial RS-232 interfaces (COM) Ethernet I/O supply.2 Nm Shock test Mounting of the modules Electromagnetic compatibility Immunity against electrostatic discharge (ESD) as per EN 61000-4-2. Zone B. The same is true for the lateral connector to the I/O Bus.150 Hz.5 mm (0. depth 7.1 | The AC 700F controller 15 . Zone B. criterion B Supply voltage (AC. DC-out 2 kV 1 kV 2 kV 1 kV 2 kV 1 kV 1 kV 1 kV 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. criterion B Electrostatic voltage in case of air discharge Electrostatic voltage in case of contact discharge ESD in the communication ports 8 kV 4 kV.. Zone B. The connector to the CPU Terminal Base present on the bottom side of the modules should not be touched when it is charged. fastening torque 1. continuous 1 g (0.
24 inputs / outputs). pollution degree 2. as per EN 61131-2 230 V circuits against other circuitry 120 V circuits against other circuitry 120-240 V circuits against other circuitry 24 V circuits (supply.2 / 50 µs Surge 1.2 / 50 µs Surge 1. PS2 Insulation test voltages. I/O DC unshielded 2 kV CM* / 1 kV DM* 1 kV CM* / 0. electrically isolated Ethernet 24 V circuits (supply. Power supply units Power supply units meeting the PELV specification should be used for powering the modules.5 kV DM* 0. Interruption < 10 ms. criterion B Power supply AC Power supply DC DC I/O supply. group 1. shielded I/O analog.Immunity against the influence of line conducted interferences (CW conducted) as per EN 61000-4-6.2 / 50 µs Surge 1. add. 24 V inputs / outputs).2 / 50 µs Surge 1.30 V incl.5 kV DM* Radiation (radio disturbance) as per EN 55011. Zone B. Ripple (see below) <5% 10 s Permissible interruptions of power supply as per EN 61131-2 DC supply Creepage distances and clearances The creepage distances and clearances meet the overvoltage category II.. time between 2 interruptions > 1 s. if they are electrically isolated against other circuitry COM interfaces. COM interfaces. class A * CM = Common Mode.2 / 50 µs AC 2 s AC 2 s AC 2 s 16 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.. Zone B.1 3BDD015202 .2 V. criterion A Test voltage 3 V Zone B. +20 % without ripple) 19. DC-supply-out Buses.and Supply-voltage Absolute limits Ripple Protection against reverse polarity 24 VDC (-15 %.2 / 50 µs Surge 1. if they are electrically isolated against other circuitry. 10 V is also met High energy surges as per EN 61000-4-5. * DM = Differential Mode Electric data Voltages according to EN 61131-2 Process.5 kV DM* 1 kV CM* 1 kV CM* / 0. electrically isolated Ethernet 2500 V 1500 V 2500 V 500 V 500 V 500 V 350 V 350 V 350 V Surge 1. routine test.5 kV CM* / 0.
as well as a cyclic PLC type task. with battery backup Multitasking program execution Cyclic (equidistant) Cyclic (as fast as possible) Event driven 8 tasks 1 PLC type task Upon any of these events: “Run.667 ms for binary instructions 2. while the other is used for diagnostics. which runs as fast as possible.322 ms for word instructions 3. Article No. while at the same time balancing the CPU load. Warm start. Stop. Without terminal base. 4 MB FLASH ROM 1. Error“ 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.125 ms for floating point instructions 8 CP-C 24 / 5. Two serial line interfaces complement the connectivity. 5 A / 24 VDC output CP-C 24 / 10. This keeps the resources needed in a project at the minimum. Cold start. power dissipation within the module Current consumption from 24 VDC Inrush current at 24 VDC Data backup source Data buffering time at 25 °C / 77 °F Battery low indication Real-time clock.0. and engineering tool.1 Central processing unit PM 783F Name PM 783F Short Description Central Processing Unit (2 MB) Needs external 24 VDC power supply. The front panel display shows status and diagnostic information directly at the module. Control Builder F of Version 9. Technical data Technical data PM 783F CPU RAM Motorola ® PowerPC® (MPC8247) Program memory (battery backed up) 2 MB SRAM Internal memory 8 MB SDRAM. operator stations. 10 A / 24 VDC output 10 W 80 mA (max) 1 A²s Lithium battery Approximately 1. power supply. It comes with on-board 100 Mbit/s Ethernet network connection used for communication between controllers. power supply.5 years Warning indication issued about 2 weeks before the battery charge becomes critical Yes Processing time for 1000 instructions Max.1 | The AC 700F controller 17 . The operating system has to be loaded by Control Builder F. number of I/O modules Power supply Max. For demanding applications.0. This multi-tasking scenario enables engineers to design applications that reflect all demands of process control. eight cyclic and priority driven tasks with adjustable cycle time can be configured. For AC 700F. One interface is used for Modbus communication.1 or later is mandatory. 3BDH000364R0001 ! The Central Processing Unit (CPU) module is equipped with a high-performance processor for fast loop cycle times.2.3.
2.Technical data PM 783F Serial interface “SER“ (COM1) (see Figure 1 of the Terminal Base TB 711F) Physical link: Connection: Usage: Configurable for RS-232 or RS-485 (from 1200 bps to 38400 bps) Pluggable terminal block.RTU (Master / Slave) Serial interface “DIAG“ (COM2) (see Figure 1 of the Terminal Base TB 711F) Physical link: Connection: Usage: Onboard network interface LEDs.66 inches Height 76 mm.1 3BDD015202 . UL Certifications 18 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.5 mm. status displays and diagnostics 150 g / 5.13 inches CE. 2. GL (German Lloyd).ASCII (Master / Slave) . LCD display.29 oz. 2.99 inches Depth 54 mm. spring connection Modbus . 8 function keys Weight (CPU without the Terminal Base) Dimensions (CPU without the Terminal Base) RS-232 SUB-D female connector For diagnostics 1 x Ethernet (RJ45) 100 Mbit/s For RUN / STOP switch-over. Width 67.
31 inches Depth 75 mm.17 oz. 3.95 inches Weight Dimensions (with CPU inserted) 1 9 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VDC 8 9 SER DIAG 3 LM M I/O-Bus connection Plug for the CPU module Holes for wall mounting Ethernet interface Serial Interface DIAG (COM2) Serial interface SER (COM1) Power supply terminal 24 Feldbus connector (for future use) Connector (for future use.2 CPU terminal base TB 711F Name TB 711F Short Description CPU Terminal Base 24 VDC. 5. Ethernet RJ45. 1x Coupler slots. 1 Communication module (not used currently) Field I/O: 1 for I/O-Bus Serial ports: 2 (“SER“ (COM1). 3BDH000365R0001 Technical data Technical data TB 711F Connection of the 24 VDC process voltage Slots Interfaces With a 5-pole removable terminal block 1 CPU. “DIAG“ (COM2)) Networking: 1 Ethernet (RJ45) 175 g / 6.3. protected using the dummycoupler module) ETHERNET DC-IN 10W L+ FBP FE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4 8 5 7 6 Figure 1: Terminal assignment for supply voltage (24 VDC) and the serial interface SER (COM1) 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Width 95.1 | The AC 700F controller 19 . Article No.5 mm.75 inches Height 135 mm. 2.2.
female. RS-232. COM2. 1SAP180800R0001 Holes for wall mounting 1 Rear view Rear view 2 Front view 3 20 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. RS-232. AC 700F 5 CPU side. 3BDH000366R0001 TK 701F PC TK 701F AC 700F 9 6 5 1 SUB-D. Sub-D / Sub-D.3 Accessories for CPU module Name TK 701F Short Description Article No. 5 m / 16. male SUB-D Housing FE DCD 1 RxD 2 TxD 3 DTR 4 SGND 5 DSR 6 RTS 7 CTS 8 9 RI Cable. COM. 3BDH000367R0001 Name TA526 Short Description Accessories for back-plate mounting. male. Is mounted on the CPU Terminal Base TB 711F. 9-pole. female.3. 10 pcs.. Diagnostic Serial Cable. male.. 9-pole. With wall mounting of Terminal Bases and Terminal Units. 1SAP180300R0001 Name TA 724F Short Description Dummy Coupler Module Empty module. SUB-D Shield Cable. 9-pole. to protect the unused coupler slot from dust and touch. SUB-D AC 700F CPU. 9-pole. female. SUB-D FE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Housing FE TxD RTS SGND RxD CTS FE TxD RxD RTS CTS Functional Earth Transmit Data Receive Data Request To Send Clear To Send DCD DSR DTR SGND RI Data Carrier Detect Data Set Ready Data Terminal Ready Signal Ground Ring Indicator Name TA 521 Short Description Battery for RAM buffering Article No. Article No. COM interface 6 9 SUB-D. Article No. COM2 interface Programming cable TK 701F PC. 1 9-pole. PC side.1 3BDD015202 .4 ft.2. 9-pole.
0. Terminals 1.1 | The AC 700F controller 21 .5 A.5 A per output 0.3 S700 local I/O 3. Article No. ripple Protection against reversed voltage Rated protection fuse on UP Electrical isolation Current consumption Internal (via I/O-Bus) Current consumption from UP at normal operation / with outputs Inrush current from UP (at power up) Max.5 x 76 x 54 mm / 2. digital inputs as well as digital outputs.9 for 0 V (ZP) 24 VDC 5% Yes 10 A fast Yes. 5 mA at 3.4. while the remaining 16 channels can be configured as input or as output.9 .99 x 2. per module 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.13 inches Approx. 1-Wire.007 A²s 6 W (outputs unloaded) 67. It offers 32 channels. 24 VDC 200 W. 24 VDC / 0.4.05 A + max. Without terminal unit. The natural convection cooling must not be hindered by cable ducts or other parts in the mounting cabinet.8 . 16 DC.008 A per input + max.3. 0.3 VDC 0.8 for +24 V (UP) and 1.41 Oz.1 Digital input / output module DC 732F Name DC 732F Short Description Digital Input / Output Module 16 DI.3.66 x 2. The DC 732F module handles all digital information in a configurable manner. 125 g / 4. 3BDH000375R0001 Technical data Functionality DC 732F Digital inputs Digital inputs / outputs (configurable) High-speed counter LED displays External power supply 16 (24 VDC) 16 (24 VDC) Not available For signal statuses. errors and supply voltage Via the terminals ZP and UP (process voltage 24 VDC) of the modules terminal unit TU 715F Technical data DC 732F Process supply voltage UP Connections Rated value Max. power dissipation within the module Width x height x depth (without the Terminal Unit) Weight (without Terminal Unit) Cooling ca. 16 channels are assigned as digital inputs.
+30 V Within -3 V. the LED is ON when the input signal is high (signal 1) Type 1 Typ..4.1 to 32 ms 24 VDC -3 V.+5 V Within +15 V. Number of channels per module Distribution of the channels into groups If the channels are used as inputs Channels I16.O31 Indication of the input / output signals Electrical isolation Terminals 3.. configurable from 0..4.7 16 inputs / outputs (with transistors) 1 group of 16 channels 22 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9..< +15 V +15 V.. Technical data of the configurable digital inputs / outputs DC 732F Each of the configurable I/O channels can be wired as input or output by the user.I31 If the channels are used as outputs Channels O16..0 to 2.7 2..+5 V > +5 V..7 Terminals 1.7 Terminals 4.0.+30 V Max. to EN 61131-2 Input delay (0->1 or 1->0) Input signal voltage Signal 0 Undefined signal Signal 1 Ripple with signal 0 Ripple with signal 1 Input current per channel Input Input Input Input voltage voltage voltage voltage +24 V +5 V +15 V +30 V Typ.7 One yellow LED per channel..0.I23 Channels I24..... 600 m / 1968 ft.O23 Channels O24..9...9 (minus pole of the process supply voltage.3.0. 8 ms. cable length Shielded Unshielded 1000 m / 3280 ft.4..0....3...Technical data of the digital inputs DC 732F Number of channels per module Distribution of the channels into groups Terminals of the channels I0 to I7 Terminals of the channels I8 to I15 Reference potential for all inputs Electrical isolation Indication of the input signals Input type acc.1 3BDD015202 .... 5 mA > 1 mA > 5 mA < 8 mA 16 1 group of 16 channels 1..0 to 1..7 Terminals 4. the LED is ON when the input / output signal is high (signal 1) From the rest of the module Terminals 3.. signal name ZP) From the rest of the module (I/O-Bus) One yellow LED per channel.
. 11 Hz with max.1 to 32 ms 24 VDC -3 V. Following this. 16 digital inputs Terminals 1. The varistor limits the voltage to approx... signal name ZP) For all outputs: terminals 1... 600 m / 1968 ft. the input voltage must range from . 0. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. signal name ZP) See „Technical Data of digital inputs“ Type 1 Typ..8. 100 ms Yes.+30 V * Due to the direct connection to the output.5 Hz Max. configurable from 0.7 A) Output current limitation Resistance to feedback against 24 V signals Max.9.9 (minus pole of the process supply voltage. 8 ms.9.9 (minus pole of the process supply voltage. the demagnetizing varistor is also effective at the input.< +15 V +15 V. per channel Input type acc.+5 V * > +5 V.. 5 W Yes Yes.6 V to + 30 V when UPx = 30 V.. signal name UP) UP -0.+5 V * within +15 V.4..5 mA 10 A fast With varistors integrated in the module Max. On request Max. automatic reactivation after short-circuit / overload Yes 500 mA at UP = 24 V 8A < 0.+30 V within -3 V....4. cable length Shielded Unshielded 1000 m / 3280 ft.. This is why the difference between UPx and the input signal may not exceed the clamp voltage of the varistor..8 V On request Technical data of the digital inputs / outputs if used as inputs DC 732F Number of channels per module Reference potential for all inputs Input current.. 16 transistor outputs Terminals 1.4.1 | The AC 700F controller 23 . after ca. to EN 61131-2 Input delay (0->1 or 1->0) Input signal voltage Signal 0 Undefined signal Signal 1 Ripple with signal 0 Ripple with signal 1 Max.12 V to + 30 V when UPx = 24 V and from .8 (plus pole of the process supply voltage.Technical data of the digital inputs / outputs if used as outputs DC 732F Number of channels per module Reference potential for all outputs Common power supply voltage Output voltage for signal 1 Output delay (0->1 or 1->0) Output current Rated value. 36 V.. per channel Maximum value (all channels together) Leakage current with signal 0 Rated protection fuse on UP De-magnitization when inductive loads are switched off Switching frequency With resistive load With inductive loads With lamp loads Short-circuit proof / overload proof Overload message (I > 0.
23.g.5 I5 1. Load C23 3.7 C23 3.1 3.0 I8 2.0 1. The configurable channels are defined by the wiring.3 I3 1.8 UP 4.6 1.3 1.8 4. For the next 16 configurable channels you see some examples for inputs (channel 16.7 C31 4.9 ZP CH-ERR1 2.4 1.5 2. 24.7 1.1 C17 3.3 Load C31 4.7 I7 1.5 4.1 C25 4.9 C24 4. Note that the power has to be supplied depending on the planned power consumption as indicated.8 I8 2.5 C21 3.1 I1 1.1 2.5 C29 4.9 ZP CH-ERR2 3.4 3.2 4.6 I6 1.9 C16 3. 600 m / 1968 ft.4 4. and 31) and some examples for outputs (channel 19 and 27).6 C30 4.2 2. DC 732F I/O-Bus in 1.7 3.0 1.4 C28 4.2 I10 2. cable length Shielded Unshielded 1000 m / 3280 ft.6 3.4 C20 3.6 2.1 3BDD015202 .0 2.1 1.1 4.9 to 4.9 3.3 2.2 1.8 to 4.8 UP 2.5A I0 1.2 C26 4.0 I15 2.0 C24 4. As you can see from Figure 2. Figure 2: Wiring of DC 732F 24 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.5 2.1 I9 2.2 C18 3.8 UP 3.0 4.7 Attention: The process voltage must be included in the earthing concept of the control system (e.7 Switch gear cabint earth I7 1.5 3.2 3.0 C16 3.0 1.0 C27 4.9 (ZP) are connected to each other within the I/O Terminal Unit.3 C19 3.0 I0 1.4 I12 2.Technical data of the digital inputs / outputs if used as inputs DC 732F Max.7 C19 3.3 C27 4.8 UP 1. some of the first 16 input channels show the corresponding wiring.8 3.6 C22 3. The I/O bus supplies the power for the modules electronics only.8 2. earthing the minus pole).9 ZP CH-ERR3 4.8 (UP) and 1.9 4.3 3.4 I4 1.7 2.7 1.7 4.2 I2 1.5 I12 2.3 4.6 I14 2.3 +24 V 0V Power supply 24 V DC Note: The terminals 1.3 I11 2.4 2.7 I15 2.6 4.0 3.9 ZP CH-ERR4 I/O-Bus out Inputs or loads for 24 V DC UP 24VDC 200W 16DI 16DC Input 24 VDC Output 24 VDC 0.
Possible applications are: − Sensing a voltage (0…10 V or -10…+10 V) − Sensing a current (0…20 mA or 4…20 mA) − Temperature measurement (platinum or nickel resistance thermometers Pt100.20 mA 4.3..3.. -50 °C (-58 °F)...+150 °C (+302 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire. Each of these channels can be individually configured depending on its intended usage. requires 2 channels Pt100.+400 °C (+752 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire. 24 VDC 5 W. Pt100 12 bit + Sign.10 V -10 V.. -50 °C (-58 °F). 0/4-20 mA 24 VDC. requires 2 channels Ni1000. requires 2 channels Digital signals (digital input) 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9... requires 2 channels -10 V.10 V with differential inputs.2 Analog input module AI 723F Name AI 723F Short Description Analog Input Module 16 AI: +-10 V.1 | The AC 700F controller 25 ... requires 2 channels Pt1000.. Pt1000. Ni1000) − For 3-wired connections two channels are required Technical data Functionality AI 723F 16 analog inputs. 2-wire.20 mA Pt100..... Article No..+10 V with differential inputs. -50 °C (-58 °F). Without terminal unit..+400 °C (+752 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire.. requires 2 channels 0. 3BDH000376R0001 The AI 723F module comes with 16 input channels. individually configurable for Unused (default setting) 0.+70 °C (+158 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire.+10 V 0.. -50 °C (-58 °F)...
99 x 2. Ni1000 (each channel can be configured individually) Voltage: > 100 kOhm. ripple Protection against reversed voltage Rated protection fuse on UP Electrical isolation Current consumption from UP at normal operation Inrush current from UP (at power up) Connections Max.7 Terminals 3.. per module 0.0 to 3. conductor cross section > 0.to I15Connections of the channels I8+ to I15+ Electrical isolation Configuration 16 2 groups of 8 channels each Terminals 1.0 to 1. adjustment error at factory and resolution within the normal range Width x height x depth (without the Terminal Unit) Weight Cooling 24 VDC 5% Yes 10 A fast Yes.5 %..+10 V.66 x 2. Typ.1 3BDD015202 . Technical data of the analog inputs AI 723F Number of channels per module Distribution of channels into groups Connections of the channels I0. 0.. current: 100 μs One LED per channel Channel input resistance Time constant of the input filter Indication of the input signals 26 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. 330 Ohm Voltage: 100 μs.15 A 0.20 mA.8 .5 x 76 x 54 mm / 2.0 to 4.9 .10 V. current: ca.0 to 2.Technical data AI 723F LED displays Internal power supply External power supply Process voltage Rated value Max.050 A²s Terminals 1.7 Terminals 4. Pt100/1000.13 inches 300 g / 10. 1 % 19 LEDs for signals and error indication Through the expansion bus interface (I/O-Bus) Via the terminals ZP and UP (process voltage 24 VDC) of TU 715F 67.4.8 for +24 V (UP) and 1..14 mm² (~26 AWG) Conversion error of the analog values caused by nonlinearity..7 Terminals 2. 0/4.9 for 0 V (ZP) 100 m / 328 ft. -10.4.7 Against internal supply and other modules 0.to I7Connections of the channels I0+ to I7+ Connections of the channels I8.. max.52 oz The natural convection cooling must not be hindered by cable ducts or other parts in the mounting cabinet. length of analog cables.
4 I123.5 I5+ 2.8 UP 1.3 I113.4 I12+ 4.9 ZP CH-ERR2 UP 24VDC 5W 3.9 ZP 4.9 ZP 2.7 Terminals 1.20 mA: 12 bits Temperature: 0.8 UP 4.+5 V +13 V...4 I4+ 2..+30 V AI 723F 1.7 I15+ 4. 16 2 groups of 8 channels each Terminals 2.0 I01.18 °F Are configured as „unused“ Have a low resistance..8 UP 2.1 I9+ 4.1 I93.7 Terminals 4.3 I11+ 4.7 I153..0 to 2.6 I61.0 I0+ 2.3 I3+ 2.4 I41.. if they are used as digital inputs AI 723F Number of channels per module Distribution of channels into groups Connections of the channels I0+ to I7+ Connections of the channels I8+ to I15+ Reference potential for the inputs Input signal delay Indication of the input signals Input signal voltage Signal 0 Signal 1 Max..7 I7+ 2.8 (ZP) Typ.1 I1+ 2..9 ZP CH-ERR4 16AI Analog Input Figure 3: AI 723F 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.Technical data of the analog inputs AI 723F Resolution Range 0.3 I31.5 I133.1 | The AC 700F controller 27 . can be left opencircuited Yes Unused voltage inputs Unused current inputs Overvoltage protection Technical data of the analog inputs.1 I11..0 I8+ 4. 8 ms One LED per channel 24 VDC -30 V.5 I51.2 I2+ 2.2 I21.20 mA: 12 bits Range 4.6 I6+ 2.8 UP 3.6 I14+ 4..8 to 4.2 I10+ 4.0 I83.1 °C / 0.0 to 4.7 I71.2 I103.+10 V: 12 bits + sign Range 0..10 V: 12 bits Range -10.6 I143..5 I13+ 4.
Two example of wiring are shown with the following figures. Note that the latter one needs two adjacent channels. starting with an even channel number. Figure 4 shows wiring for a current input for 4.1 3BDD015202 .. Figure 4: Connection of passive-type analog sensors (current) Figure 5: Connection of active-type analog sensors (voltage) to differential inputs Figure 6: 3 wire RTC 28 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.20 mA while Figure 5 shows a voltage sensor with differential inputs..
which can again sense voltage. 3BDH000377R0001 The AX 722F module offers even more flexibility. Eight of these channels can be individually configured as inputs.1 | The AC 700F controller 29 .3. 2-wire. 12 bit + Sign. Article No. Pt100. 8 AO: +-10 V 0/4-20 mA 24 VDC. as it combines analog input and output channels in one module with 16 channels.3 Analog input / output module AX 722F Name AX 722F Short Description Analog Input / Output Module 8 AI: +-10 V 0/4-20 mA 24 VDC.3. Figure 7: AX 722F options 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. 24 VDC 5 W. current. Furthermore four channels can be configured as analog voltage outputs (-10 V to +10 V) or analog current outputs (0 … 20 mA or 4 … 20 mA) and the remaining four channels can provide voltage signals in the range from -10 V to +10 V. Without terminal unit. or temperatures.
.. requires 2 channels Pt1000.Technical data Functionality AX 722F 8 analog inputs..O7) individually configurable for Technical data AX 722F LED displays 19 LEDs for signals and error indication....+400 °C (+752 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire... -50 °C (-58 °F)..+10 V with differential inputs...+70 °C (+158 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire.10 V -10 V. (channels O4 .1 3BDD015202 ..20 mA 4. requires 2 channels 0....20 mA Pt100. (channels I0 . requires 2 channels Pt100. (channels O0 ..+150 °C (+302 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire. requires 2 channels -10 V.20 mA unused (default setting) -10 V. where the brightness depends on the current (or signal level) Through the expansion bus interface (I/O-Bus) Via the terminals ZP and UP (process voltage 24 VDC) of TU 715F Internal power supply External power supply 30 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. -50 °C (-58 °F).. requires 2 channels Digital signals (digital input) 4 analog outputs..O3) individually configurable for Unused (default setting) -10 V.+10 V 0. requires 2 channels Ni1000..I7) individually configurable for Unused (default setting) 0..10 V with differential inputs.... -50 °C (-58 °F)..20 mA 4...+400 °C (+752 °F) 2-wire or 3-wire.+10 V 4 analog outputs.+10 V 0. -50 °C (-58 °F)...
. 0. Pt100/1000.020 A²s Terminals 1.20 mA: 12 bits Temperature : 0.20 mA. length of analog cables. Technical data of the analog inputs AX 722F Number of channels per module Distribution of the channels into groups Connections of the channels I0.. 1 % 67.1 °C / 0.7 Terminals 2.5 %.+10 V. The natural convection cooling must not be hindered by cable ducts or other parts in the mounting cabinet.14 mm² (~26 AWG) Conversion error of the analog values caused by non-linearity..+10 V: 12 bits + sign Range 0.8 ..1 | The AC 700F controller 31 ..20 mA: 12 bits Range 4.1 s Range 0.8 for +24 V (UP) and 1. current: ca.18 °F Are configured as „unused“ Have a low resistance. adjustment error at factory and resolution within the normal range Width x height x depth (without the Terminal Unit) Weight Cooling 24 VDC 5% Yes 10 A fast Yes.99 x 2.4. Ni1000 (each channel can be configured individually) Voltage: > 100 kOhm..Technical data AX 722F Process voltage Rated value Max.9 . 330 Ohm Voltage: 100 μs. conductor cross section > 0. can be left open-circuited Yes Channel input resistance Time constant of the input filter Indication of the input signals Conversion cycle Resolution Unused voltage inputs Unused current inputs Overvoltage protection 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. per module 0..13 inches 300 g / 10.10 V.66 x 2.58 oz.0 to 2. current: 100 μs One LED per channel 2 ms (for 8 inputs + 8 outputs).7 Against internal supply and other modules 0.0 to 1.9 for 0 V (ZP) 100 m / 328 ft.to I7Connections of the channels I0+ to I7+ Electrical isolation Configuration 8 1 group of 8 channels Terminals 1.4... -10.. ripple Protection against reversed voltage Rated protection fuse on UP Electrical isolation Current consumption from UP at normal operation Inrush current from UP (at power up) Connections Max. with Pt / Ni. 0/4......5 x 76 x 54 mm / 2.10 V: 12 bits Range -10.10 A output loads 0.. max. Typ.
as current output Output loadability. where the brightness depends on the current (or signal level) 12 bits (+ sign) Can be left open-circuited Output resistance (load)..1 3BDD015202 . unipolar with current Against internal supply and other modules -10. as voltage output Indication of the output signals Resolution Unused outputs 32 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.4.0 to 2.3 0... 8 ms One LED per channel 24 VDC -30 V.7 Bipolar with voltage.8 to 4...0..20 mA.. the first 4 channels also for current 1 group of 8 channels Terminals 3. all channels for voltage.O7+ Output type Electrical isolation Configurability 8.3.Technical data of the analog inputs. 8 1 group of 8 channels Terminals 2...7 Terminals 4.O7Channels O0+.. 0.. current outputs only channels 0...+10 V.20 mA (each output can be configured individually).. ±10 mA One LED per channel. 4.+5 V +13 V.+30 V Technical data of the analog outputs AX 722F Number of channels per module Distribution of channels into groups Channels O0-...7 Terminals 1. if they are used as digital inputs AX 722F Number of channels per module Distribution of channels into groups Connections of the channels I0+ to I7+ Reference potential for the inputs Input signal delay Indication of the input signals Input signal voltage Signal 0 Signal 1 Max......0.8 (ZP) Typ..500 Ohm max.
Article No. 24 VDC Screw type terminals.7.8.1 | The AC 700F controller 33 . permitted total current Earthing Type Conductor cross section Solid Flexible With wire-end ferrule Stripped conductor end Width of the screwdriver Fastening torque (screw type terminals) Degree of protection Weight Dimensions 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Width 67....05 oz.4..4.2.5 mm. 4.6 Nm (5.31 inches Depth 30 mm. 2.7.08 mm² to 2. 2..5 mm² (28 AWG to 13 AWG) 0.5 mm² (28 AWG to 13 AWG) 0. 3.8 and 1. the allocation of the channels is given by the inserted I/O expansion module 24 VDC 10 A (between the terminals 1.0..9) Direct connection to the earthed DIN rail or via the screws with wall mounting Front terminal.4.0.7.08 mm² to 2. 3BDH000378R0001 Technical data Technical data TU 715F Number of terminals per module Distribution of the channels into groups 32 4 groups of 8 terminals each (126.96.36.199 inches Rated voltage Max.4 I/O terminal unit TU 715F Name TU 715F Short Description I/O Terminal Unit. 1..3.9.5 mm (0.. 1/2 wire.66 inches Height 135 mm. conductor connection vertically with respect to the printed circuit board 0.. 5.14 inches) 0..5 mm² (23 AWG to 15 AWG) 8 mm (0.31 inches) 3..0.7).3.25 mm² to 1.3 Pound Inch) IP 20 200 g / 7.3..
5 C2 9 4.5 1.1 3BDD015202 .1 2.1 C17 3.8 UP 4.7 C23 3.8 1.9 I0 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 UP ZP 2.2 1.0 I8 I8 2.8 UP 2.1 2. mounting in a cabinet is recommended.5 I5 I5 1.15 inches) IP 20 I Weight Mounting Mounting position Minimum distance between devices Degree of Protection Protection class ( EN 61140) 34 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.4 I4 I4 1.1 C177 3.1 C1 3.4 C200 4.0: 56.0 1. 0.22 x 5.6 2.0 Power dissipation Efficiency MTBF Dimensions W x H x D CP-C 24 / 5.0: 90 x 130 x 137 mm / 3.0 2. For labelling CPU and I/O modules in AC 700F.1 C25 4.5A TA525 3.2 C18 3.7 1.9 ZP 2.9 ZP 4.4 C2 3.3.5 2.9 UP ZP 1. Article No.9 ZP CH-ERR4 CH-ERR4 UP 24VDC 200W 16DI 16DC Input 24 VDC Output 24 VDC 0.8 2.3 C199 3.96 kg / 2.3 C27 4.0 Short Description Power Supply.5A 2 DC 732F 1.8 UP 1.9 ZP CH-ERR3 CH-ERR3 1.6 C30 4.7 3.9 ZP 1.11 lb CP-C 24 / 10. 3BDH001041R0001 Article No.0 / 10.6 I14 2.000 h CP-C 24 / 5.2 2.6 1.1 C17 3.8 UP 3.0 2.39 inch CP-C 24 / 10.7 C3 1 Name TA523 Short Description Pluggable Marker Holder for I/O modules.6 C22 3.9 I0 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 UP ZP 2. 1SAP180500R0001 1.4 I12 2.54 x 5.2 2. 10 pcs.2 1.0 C16 3.0 C166 3. The marking slips can be printed by users separately using a MS-Word based template.6 C30 4. 5 A / 24 VDC Output 110-240 VAC / 100-350 VDC Input.9 ZP 3. 10 A / 24 VDC Output 110-240 VAC / 100-350 VDC Input.6 2.0: approx.3 1.6 C30 4.3 C27 4.3 C2 7 4.0 C24 4.6 1.8 UP 4.3 I3 I3 1.9 ZP CH-ERR1 CH-ERR1 2.5A UP 24VDC 200W 16DI 16DC Input 24 VDC Output 24 VDC 0.3 C1 3.0: typically < 15 W CP-C 24 / 10.3 C19 3.8 UP 1.5 C29 4.3.1 I9 I9 2.9 I8 I9 I10 I11 I12 I12 I14 I15 UP ZP 3.6 C222 C2 3.9 ZP CH-ERR2 CH-ERR2 4.5 C21 3.3.8 4.6 I6 I6 1.3 C19 3.8 3.7 C31 4. For extended protection against accidental contact.12 x 5. 1SAP180700R0001 CH-ERR1 CH-ERR2 CH-ERR3 CH-ERR4 CH-ERR1 CH-ERR2 CH-ERR3 CH-ERR4 UP 24VDC 200W 16DI 16DC Input 24 VDC Output 24 VDC 0.4 2.2 C18 3.0: approx.0: typically < 29 W Typically 88-89 % 500.7 I15 2.39 inch CP-C 24 / 5.3 C27 4.9 I8 I9 I10 I11 I12 I12 I14 I15 UP ZP 3.7 2.0 I0 2.9 UP ZP 4.3 2.8 4.7 I15 3.3 1.1 1.6 1.1 C25 4.7 C31 4.7 C23 3.5 C21 3. For labelling channels of I/O modules.0 C16 3.4 C20 3. 10 pcs.4 2.12 x 5.4 C2 8 4.0 C24 4.8 3.1 1.2 I10 2.8 UP 2.1 C25 4.34 kg / 2.1 2.2 1. 1.1 I1 I1 1.7 C233 C2 3.8 UP 3.0 1.3 1.4 C28 4.6 C3 0 4.5 I12 2.4 C28 4.8 1.95 lb DIN-rail (DIN EN 50022) snap mechanism Horizontal Horizontal 10 mm (0.0 C1 3.5 1.5 Accessoires for I/O modules DC 732F 1 3 1.6 C22 3.7 1.0 2.5 1.2 C26 4. mounting in a cabinet is recommended.3 I11 2.1 1.5 2.6 Power supplies Name CP-C 24 / 5.2 C2 6 4.9 UP ZP Name TA525 Short Description White Labels.5 x 130 x 137 mm / 2.4 C20 3.8 2.4 1.1 C2 5 4.0 I0 1.3 2.3 I11 2.2 I10 2.7 2. 3BDH001040R0001 Technical data Technical data CP-C 24 / 5.4 1. CP-C 24 / 10.4 C28 4.0 Power Supply.9 UP ZP DC 732F 4.5 C29 4.5 C29 4.5 C211 C2 3.2 C1 3.4 1.5 I13 2. Article No.2 C26 4.0 C2 4 4.2 C26 4.0 C24 4.4 I12 2.6 I14 2.2 I2 I2 1. For extended protection against accidental contact.39 inch) Vertical 80 mm (3.2 C188 3.7 C31 4.7 I7 I7 1.
0 Environmental data Ambient temperature range Operation Full load Storage Damp heat (IEC/EN 60068-2-3) Pollution category (EN 50178) Climatic category (IEC/EN 60721) Isolation data Insulation voltage Input Input / PE Output / PE Input (L. 11 A Approx. L+.1 | The AC 700F controller 35 . 2. 100 . L-.0: 6.2 .0 / 10.264 VAC.2 A Typ.0: 4 A (slow-acting) CP-C 24 / 10.0: 120 W CP-C 24 / 10.. 100 ms Typ.2 kVAC (routine test) 1. < 100 ms Varistors CP-C 24 / 5..1. 135 W < 23 A / approx. L-) Rated output voltage Tolerance of the output voltage Adjustment range of the output voltage Rated output power Rated output current Ir at TA < 60 °C (140 °F) Resistance to reverse feed Power Factor Correction (PFC) Overload performance Output characteristics Current limitation at short circuit Short-circuit protection Short-circuit protection Overload protection Starting of capacitive loads U/I curve with power reserve Approx.+85 °C (185 °F) 93 % at +40 °C (104 °F)..5 mA Short-circuit.350 VDC (external fuse) 47 . 1.. 11 A Continuous short-circuit stability Thermal protection Unlimited 110 .9 A²s Min.240 VAC 85 .0: 10 A Approx.5 kVAC (type test).+60 °C (140 °F) (without derating) -40 °C (-40 °F)..5% CP-C 24 / 5.63 Hz Approx. factory setting 24 V ±0. no condensation 24 VDC 3K3 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.Technical data CP-C 24 / 5.2 kVAC (routine test) 350 VAC (routine test) -25 °C (-13 °F).3 A (slow-acting) < 3.0: 5 A CP-C 24 / 10.+70 °C (158 °F) 0 °C (32 °F). 0.0: 240 W CP-C 24 / 5.240 VAC Power consumption Inrush current / l2t (cold start) Power failure buffering at rated load Starting time after applying supply voltage Transient overvoltage protection Internal input fuse (apparatus protection). not accessible Discharge current for PE Output (L+. no-load and overload proof 24 VDC ±1 % 22 – 28 V.N) Rated input voltage VIN Input voltage range Frequency range AC Current consumption at 110 . 35 VDC Yes 3 kVAC (type test).. 1.
UL 60950. Level 4 2 kV sym. EN 55022. relay outputs The message module CP-C MM indicates the correct function of the power supply unit via LEDs and energized output relays. Article No. Level 4 4 kV IEC/EN 61000-4-5. 3BDH001045R0001 36 The AC 700F controller | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. UL 508 SELV (EN 60950) 3. 3 kV non symmetric IEC/EN 61000-4-6. 3BDH001043R0001 Name CP-A RU Short Description Redundancy Unit If a fault occurs in the first power supply circuit. 3BDH001044R0001 Name CP-A CM Short Description Control Module for Redundancy Unit CP-A RU The control module CP-A CM indicates the presence of both input voltages of the CP-A RU via LEDs and energized output relays. EN 55022. Article No..Technical data CP-C 24 / 5. Level 3 10 V IEC/EN 61000-6-3 IEC/CISPR 22.1 3BDD015202 . Level 3.3.and the output circuits are decoupled by means of the redundancy unit CP-A RU. The module will be plugged at the front side of the power supply. Class B IEC/EN 61204 2006/95/EC 2004/108/EC EN 50178. Class B IEC/CISPR 22.0 Standards Product standard Low Voltage Directive EMC directive Electrical safety Protective low voltage Electromagnetic Compatibility Interference immunity Electrostatic discharge (ESD) Electromagnetic field Fast transient (Burst) Powerful impulses (Surge) HF line emission Interference emission Electromagnetic field HF line emission IEC/EN 61000-6-2 IEC/EN 61000-4-2. EN 60950.0 / 10.7 Accessoires for power supplies Name CP-C MM Short Description Messaging Module for CP-C. Level 4 8 kV / 15 kV IEC/EN 61000-4-3. Article No. the total current requirement of all consumers can be completely covered by one power supply unit. Level 3 10 V/m IEC/EN 61000-4-4.
Accessing process values residing in one controller from an other controller or operator station is as easy as setting a check mark. If a plant is widely distributed. As almost all applications are designed to run 10 to 20 years or even longer. The latter argument really points to the unquestioned realm of the compact control system Freelance 800F. life cycle considerations always play a major role. This is where ABB as a strong partner stays committed over the entire life cycle.1 | Typical AC 700F applications 37 . AC 700F can be used as some kind of intelligent Ethernet I/O with the advantage of local control in the field. This type of I/O could be linked to other global AC 700F or AC 800F controllers. Project reports show that it makes sense to replace older PLCs with AC 700F controllers to gain efficiency and productivity. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.Chapter 4 Typical AC 700F applications Engineering Station: Control Builder F Operator Stations: DigiVis Industrial ethernet (optionally redundant) AC 700F Controller Package Unit with AC 700F Package Unit with AC 700F AC 800F redundant Controller Drives and Motors Panel 800 MODBUS AC 700F Controller with direct S700 I/O PP820 Local Operator Station MODBUS IEC870 Universal Motor Controller Intelligent Switchgear MNS iS ACS55 ACS800 Emergency stop with push buttons Emergency stop with push buttons S900 I/O Field Devices Motor Motor Actuator Motor S800 I/O Field Devices The new AC 700F controller can be used in a huge variety of applications. Consider even a small application where you like to perform just a minor modification. How many different. only some measured values and a few number of actuators. A few of them are displayed in the above system structure very generally. and just a simple operator panel and push buttons for operations. non-integrated tools are affected when running on a PLC type scenario? How much effort do you have to spend just to assure that everything is well tested as before? What a difference with Freelance 800F. First. consider very restricted control tasks with a low number of I/O signals. In the second type of application the advantages of Ethernet can be leveraged. Even these very small appplications benefit a lot from the comfort of the compact control system: − Easy setup of configuration including process control and visualization − High reliability through use of well-tested and ready-made function blocks for any kind of applications − Reduced testing efforts − Being well prepared for any kind of future modifications and improvements.
Depending on their tasks package units need different field instruments. heat exchangers. such as a boiler. heat exchanger. gas and fluid treatment units. Key is the integration of the package unit into the bigger picture. the integration of package units into the entire plant can easily be performed to achieve high efficiency. generator packages. fermenters. 38 Typical AC 700F applications | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. As mentioned before: when built with AC 700F and Freelance 800F. filter units. the value is rather limited. The common denominator of all package units is that suppliers can offer their process know-how implemented in a package. communication with the entire process control system is simply achieved by plugging in the Ethernet cable. productivity and reliability. But when implemented with AC 700F.The third type of application is called package unit.1 3BDD015202 . compressors. boilers. Examples are: cooling or heating units. conveyors. media supply and finished products. The spectrum of solutions is rather unlimited. industrial waste and waste water treatment units and much more. air separation units for supply of technical gases and pressurized air. reactors. The package units typically come in a housing or skid-mounted and can be installed rapidly on-site and with minimum effort. automated tanks and hoppers / silos for raw materials. etc. “Package unit“ stands for a pre-assembled turn-key solution or machine. motor control centers and switch gears. pump systems. centrifuge. If this requires a lot of engineering work or frequent manual operator interactions. analytical devices or electrical equipment like motors and drives.
they can keep control software up-to-date and maintain a flexible path forward to new system software technology.Chapter 5 Automation Sentinel Program Control system lifecycle management and investment protection have always been cornerstones of ABB’s development programs. With this program. thus providing subscribers: − Better productivity through enhanced software functionality − Lower support cost and simpler software management through known annual subscription fee − A way to stay current with the latest Industry/IT standards − Access to the most current system documentation − Evolution to higher level of human system interface. control. Automation Sentinel is a software asset management program that extends support for and the value of existing ABB control system software investments. and lower overall costs. smaller lot sizes. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Freelance has a good tradition of maintaining your installed investment. With business conditions constantly changing. (2) extending its useful life and the applications within it (improving availability). and connectivity − Evolution from traditional control systems to Freelance 800F to profit from the ease-of-use and lower maintenance cost Focused on maximizing Return on Assets (ROA) through Operational Excellence (OpX). plant managers look to improve overall productivity from their installed system by (1) adding new functions and features (improving performance). Automation Sentinel helps manage automation software assets with timely delivery of the latest system software releases.1 | Automation Sentinel Program 39 . The latest software still runs on the the very first generation of controllers as well as the configuration of the first generation can still be used in the latest version of Freelance controllers and software versions. greater customization. and (3) reducing maintenance costs while improving overall reliability (improving quality). more is required than what the first generation DCS systems could offer. The Automation Sentinel Program assists system owners in actively managing their lifecycle costs in ABB control system software. information management. Its mission of “Evolution through Enhancement” has set the industry Gold Standard for lifecycle support for control systems. requiring faster turnarounds.
confidently plan budgets. Unlike other software management programs. Automation Sentinel is a general lifecycle management program which is interesting for bothe. Automation Sentinel Program is the delivery mechanism for this software lifecycle policy. Systems now contain a substantial amount of Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) information technology in both the platform and software dimensions. For many system owners. the Automation Sentinel program provides the means to keep installed systems performing at a high level to meet production needs. 40 Automation Sentinel Program | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. It also provides the evolution path to newer technology system enhancements to improve plant effectiveness and long-term system software support through annual maintenance subscription budgeting. This policy is the most comprehensive and progressive control system lifecycle approach and guides ABB’s behavior in the development. To allow companies to control these costs. and over the long-term.abb. Through the policy. It provides clearly defined software support for installed products throughout the lifecycle phases. delivery and support of its control system products. which in turn allows system owners to make informed decisions. However. the expected useful life of their control systems is in the range of 20 to 25 years. effectively control their lifecycle costs. the uncertainty and unpredictability of lifecycle management costs have been removed. control system technologies have changed substantially over the past 10 to 15 years. ABB has a formal written policy that governs its products’ lifecycle. As a result. Lifecycle management Automation Sentinel supports lifecycle management of control system software assets. system integrators and endcustomers.Today’s collaborative process automation systems synchronize all process operations within one common environment for operations. The program supports the system owner’s lifecycle plans and needs through annual subscriptions providing for lowest system management cost with a predictable annual fee. engineering. system lifecycle costs are becoming much more difficult to predict and control. These system qualities allow plant operations to improve: − Plant effectiveness – combining the right decisions with optimized work processes − Plant agility – making ‘on-the-fly’ adjustments as business opportunities present themselves − Performance – providing all plant personnel with the realtime performance and feedback In response to system owner needs.1 3BDD015202 .com/controlsystems. and information. Automation Sentinel subscription is based on the installed system and does not require the management of individual software products. If you neet more information contact your local sales person or visit the Freelance 800F section of www. Automation Sentinel provides the most cost effective path to stay up-to date with Freelance 800F.
etc. German. Russian.Chapter 6 The Operator Level with DigiVis The DigiVis software. that increases the ease of use and the performance of process operation. − Configurable voice output on the PC for process alarms − Dual-monitor operation on a single PC. you can also use any PC peripherals such as monitors. with up to 1000 users. In addition. including user name and timestamp − System diagnostics.1 | The Operator Level with DigiVis 41 . Chinese and Japanese − A control aspect. mice and keyboards that are available on the market for Windows-compliant PCs. even down to the field device. allowing extended field device diagnostics − Uniform process alarm and message concept and clearly arranged display of messages and operator hints − Up to 16 user groups / access profiles. specific password for each user (with optional Security Lock software) − Various language versions: English. The operation and observation (DigiVis) and configuration (Control Builder F) functions can also be performed together on one PC. operating on Microsoft Windows is a graphical user interface. providing access to automatically generated dynamic interlocking displays for the selected tag (in connection with OPC or trend server) − External aspects. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. with one mouse and one keyboard The process visualization is supported by plant-specific custom graphic displays. live videos from the plant. For operation DigiVis offers the following features: − Transparent and rapid operation due to a clearly structured information hierarchy − User-specific function key assignment for fast display selection − A large number of pre-engineered displays − Rapid selection of the correct measuring points in case of process alarms − Trend display with archiving − Logging of all operator actions. standard operational procedures (SOPs). French. Swedish. Polish. printers. Spanish. providing access to additional information such as PDF documentation. faceplates for tags and up to 15 plant areas with plain text labeling.
and can be used without additional work. Figure 8: Graphic display with faceplates Plant-specific displays geared to the specific demands of the plant operator can be configured to depict process activities. Static sections of the graphic displays can be created using the graphics editor. allowing disturbance states to be detected rapidly through appropriate symbols and colors. Depending on process states. ready-to-use displays Pre-engineered displays are adapted to the needs of process control engineering with regard to structure and information content. graphic symbols can. created by any other graphic editor. most functions already have fully prepared displays for operation and observation. It then replaces the standardized display. graphic. 42 The Operator Level with DigiVis | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. The group display symbols within the overview display also feature dynamic updating of tags. you also have the option of inserting such static sections in the form of bitmaps. Current process data or process states can be animated at every suitable position using features such as bar graphs. SFC. flash. It offers facilities for selecting the group. Overview display Figure 9: Overview display The process information for the entire plant is presented in a condensed manner in a single overview display.Plant-specific displays Pre-engineered. Tags can be viewed either via faceplates in the graphic displays or via the standard group displays.1 3BDD015202 . Display selector fields or buttons can be used to setup a specific selection hierarchy within custom graphics for operation. or digital photograph. Up to 96 displays can be shown in the overview display. time scheduler and trend displays. you can also set a graphic display of your choice as overview display. The number of custom graphics available in DigiVis is limited only by the hard disk capacity. change color and position or be replaced in the graphic display. Logs can also be called up directly from the overview display. If required. level indicators and trend windows. scanner. The following displays are available: − Overview display − Group display − Faceplate − Sequential Function Cart (SFC) display − Time scheduler display − Trend display − Web display − Message list and operator hint list − Logs − System display for hardware diagnostics Therefore. In addition. Web.
PID-loops..1 | The Operator Level with DigiVis 43 . such as non-fulfilled process criteria or time outs can be easily detected by a color change within a criteria window for steps and transitions. analog values are displayed as colored bars. In the SFC display. The display is generated automatically and is an alternative to the criteria window. and can be acknowledged directly in the faceplate or message list. reduced display of the criterias. You can create your own faceplates for user-defined function blocks. All functions. Furthermore. SFC display Figure 10: Faceplates Faceplates allow both overview and detailed information to be obtained simultaneously. An SFC overview display allows direct access to a step or transition. This is also the case for user-defined faceplates. they are also shown as alphanumeric values.Faceplates To provide a quick source of information. Group display Figure 12: SFC display The sequential function chart (SFC) based on the IEC 61131-3 standard is viewed in a standardized SFC display showing the current program state of the sequential function chart. a display selection can be configured for each step and transition. where already finished and coming steps are marked with different colors. time and monitoring functions as well as open-loop control functions. including controllers. The variables shown in the criteria window can be operated. The Control Aspect allows the animated display of the transition program. which allows you to configure a standardized. similar to the commissioning display in Control Builder F. you see the actual processing status. Configured limits can be additionally displayed as symbols. Figure 11: Group display The group display is a combination of several faceplates and contains detailed information about associated tags. Disturbance states. can be displayed and operated. Therefore. without any additional programming. they are available immediately in the system following the definition of a tag. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. and the desired information can be selected immediately. when rapid intervention by the operator is essential. To allow more precise reading. This is particularly beneficial in the case of complex open-loop control structures. Since faceplates are predefined. faceplates can be displayed together with standardized and freely designed displays. Pending disturbance states in the respective variables can be detected immediately through a change in color and flashing.
A manual set point can be defined by offsetting the configured set point. it is also possible to start other applications and display documents using this display type. the measured values are recorded as a cyclical function of the operator station. For example. in addition to showing Web pages.Time scheduler display Trend display and archiving Figure 13: Time scheduler display Figure 14: Trend display The time scheduler module makes it possible to define analog variables during a pre-defined time by default. Apart from enabling the switching of operation modes. However. The original data is binary coded and therefore protected against manipulation.1 3BDD015202 . The current set point is determined from a series of up to 32 configured values describing a set point curve.g. this allows you to observe the picture of a camera using a built-in Web server. Manual alterations to the set point are displayed in a separate curve. as a set point value for a connected controller. The following can be shown in one trend display: − Up to six signals in different colors − The associated measuring point name with short text − The current measured value with scale and unit used The trend display can be altered by: − Moving the time axis to show previous values − Hiding trends − Increasing and decreasing the signal range − Selecting specific settings for each trend progression (e. without covering the message line. a format in which data can easily be imported into Microsoft Excel and evaluated. They are then available for further evaluations and can be exported in CSV1 format using the separate DigiBrowse software. color or interpolation) − Highlighting individual trend curves − Using a variable time range (seconds through to weeks) If a trend display is configured with archiving.g. 44 The Operator Level with DigiVis | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. it also permits the modification of the current set point. The time scheduler display is easy to operate. Web display The Web display provides a simple way to display web pages on the operator station. A program can be executed cyclically or by stating a certain number of runs. The chronological sequence of analog and binary process variables can be displayed as a trend display. The archived values can be backed up on any data medium or sent via file transfer protocol (FTP) to any subscriber on the Ethernet. A return (time-delayed) to the original value is possible at any time. e. making it easy to monitor flames or observe chimneys. 1) CSV = comma separated value.
A prerequisite for user-defined trends is that the system contains a trend server.1 | The Operator Level with DigiVis 45 . The task of archiving this trend data on the hard disk of the operator station PC can also be carried out easily in the same way. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. No additional engineering effort is necessary.User-defined trend displays Operators can compile any process values in a trend display themselves by selecting the required process values from a list of all variable names.
Figure 15: Message list Message list Message line The upper area of the display is always reserved as a message line for the higher-level display of all message types from the entire process. as well as buttons for acknowledging messages and viewing operator hints. for example.1 3BDD015202 . − Area view − List view 46 The Operator Level with DigiVis | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. To provide a better overview. When parameterizing the function blocks. Operators can choose between three different message line views: − Standard view The message list offers an overview of all pending messages. as configured. The latest message is placed at the beginning or end of the list. such as faceplates. can be selected via tag specific aspect navigation from the message list simply by a right-click. Messages can be acknowledged both by block and by page. The Freelance 800F system allows the following message types: system alarm (S1-S3). For quick operation. different priorities are color-coded. the user can filter certain priorities or plant areas on the screen display. process alarm (P1-P4) fault message and operator hint message (P5). a field for acknowledging alarms and a field showing the number of unacknowledged messages in the message list. Different methods of acknowledgement can be selected for each priority level. It features a chronological list of fault. Whereas the internal controller time is generally used for the timestamp for messages. it is possible to assign up to 4 messages to its limit monitoring units integrated into the block. graphic or trend displays. the faceplate of the disturbed tag can be accessed directly from the message line. Incoming messages are displayed in different colors. switch and system alarm messages. There is also a field for indicating overflow. The message line optionally displays either the newest or oldest messages. you can generate an alarm from a device connected to the Modbus in the correct chronological order with the device’s timestamp. along with the name and disturbed status of the tag in accordance with their priority. you also have the option of using a special function block to assign external timestamps to alarms. Process alarms are divided into fault messages (P1-P3) and switching messages (P4).6. Other displays belonging to the tag.1 Messages & operator hints Process disturbances are detected by the controllers and forwarded to the operator stations with a timestamp. This message sequence can be altered by configuration. In this way. Just as in the message line.
the archived files can be automatically sent to any subscriber on the Ethernet via the file transfer protocol. If necessary. In addition. the plant log records the current values or states of process variables. Figure 17: Easy system diagnostics with the system display The current state of the hardware and software of a Freelance 800F system is shown in the automatically generated system display. Logging Logs are used to document events. switching messages and hints. Faceplates or other displays can also be called up directly from the hint list to operate a tag or analyze critical process situations. The user can determine which message priorities are to be logged. System diagnostics Figure 16: Operator hint list A hint for the operator can be configured for each process alarm or event. The DigiBrowse software makes it possible to view the data and to convert it into ASCII (CSV file) for further evaluation. or can be started and stopped manually or by an event. printed. and saved on a CD. Disturbance course log The disturbance course log is used to examine the course of disturbances. for instance using Excel. or memory stick for further evaluation. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Even operator intervention can be logged in detail together with the user name and timestamp. All configured hints are displayed in the hint list.Operator hint list Operation log At certain intervals or in certain situations. It can run cyclically. hints can also provide further user help. DVD. Four logs of each type can be configured in one operator station. The simple system display is available to all operators of a DigiVis operator station. The Freelance 800F system features the following log types: Signal sequence log The signal sequence log is used for logging events such as process and system messages. The output format is freely configurable as table or fill-in-the-blanks text. Signal sequence log 1 allows the operation of a line printer in order to immediately print every alarm when it is received. Hints are intended to inform the operator about the cause of the message or about the procedure to be adopted for eliminating a process alarm. information can be obtained in various degrees of detail about the status of an individual controller to a specific field device.1 | The Operator Level with DigiVis 47 . Log files can be displayed on the screen. states and sequences from the process. Here. Additional information is also available for field devices on Profibus or FOUNDATION Fieldbus. Binary events can be logged with an accuracy of 2 ms for the whole system (sequence of events). The process values before and after a disturbance are recorded with a high time resolution and archived in an operator station.
The language change becomes part of the existing Software Management Program.1 3BDD015202 . 3BDS008790R06 DigiBrowse DigiBrowse DigiBrowse doesn’t need a hardkey.6. 3BDS008515R06 6.2 Software subscription Name Software Subscription Short Description Add to existing Software Subscription Select this item if an existing system / project is to be extended by DigiVis and / or DigiBrowse. Software License Article No.4 DigiVis license V9.3 DigiVis languages Name Changing the current language Short Description Changing the current language Indicate the DigiVis hardkey number and the new language. English language 3BDS008502R0601 Article No. Article No. Setup CD and the documentation manuals in the chosen language are to order additional. 3BDS008503R06 English language German language Chinese language German language 3BDS008502R0603 Chinese language 3BDS008502R0621 6. Indicate the System ID.1 Name DigiVis Short Description DigiVis. 3BDS008792R06 48 The Operator Level with DigiVis | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.
2PAA102040R06 3BDS009973R06 3BDS008784R06 Article No. Intended only for use with one DigiVis station per system.1 | The Operator Level with DigiVis 49 . Extended Diagnostic A Control Builder F Professional license supporting the Security Lock function is recommended. Full version (read & write) of Control Aspect (known as CBF Viewer). 3BDS008785R06 Dual Monitor Support Control Aspect Extended Diagnostic 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Control Aspect Display (read only) of Control Builder F function block diagrams in DigiVis. See release note. A graphic interface with dual monitor support is required. see price list “Engineering Tools…for ABB Process Control Systems”.5 DigiVis options Name WEB Display run time Short Description WEB Display run time Enables a DigiVis Station to execute a configured Web Display. For data exchange you can use the Trend Server Package or the OPC Server in the Open Communication Package.6. Dual Monitor Support For a single operator station. Enables a Combi Station to execute a configured Web Display.
Windows 2000 / XP only. Change Hardkey type to USB Port For PC replacement without parallel interface. Combi Hardkey for USB Hardkey for DigiVis and Control Builder F. DigiBrowse doesn’t need a hardkey. 3BDH000197R2 3BDH000199R1 Change Hardkey 3BDH000199R2 50 The Operator Level with DigiVis | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Licenses noted for the old hardkey will be moved to the replacement hardkey. Indicate the hardkey number of the key you want to replace.1 3BDD015202 . This will render the old hardkey obsolete. Indicate the hardkey number of the key you want to replace. 3BDH000196R1 DigiVis Hardkey DigiVis Hardkey Replacement Hardkey DigiVis Hardkey for USB Port Windows 2000 / XP only. DigiVis Hardkey for Parallel Port 3BDH000197R1 3BDH000196R2 Article No. Replacement Hardkey This will render the old hardkey obsolete.6 DigiVis hardkeys Name Combi Hardkey Combi Hardkey Short Description Combi Hardkey for Parallel Port Hardkey for DigiVis and Control Builder F.6. Licenses noted for the old hardkey will be moved to the replacement hardkey.
and field device parameters. CD.1 | Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F 51 . Control Builder F offers the following features for configuration. The project file includes the complete project with all programs. displays. It is used for configuration and commissioning of all automation functions. and fieldbus parameters: − Graphical configuration with powerful editors according to IEC 61131-3 in any of the following programming languages: − Function Block Diagram (FBD) − Instruction List (IL) − Ladder Diagram (LD) − Sequential function chart (SFC) − Structured Text (ST) − A function block library with more than 220 tried and tested functions. − Testing and simulation of user programs (e. For offline configuration. no controller is necessary.Chapter 7 Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F Control Builder F is the engineering tool of Freelance 800F. that was created during offline configuration. which can dynamically indicate the status of a process. The application program.). graphics. while Control Builder F is connected to a controller. Furthermore. The entire Freelance 800F system can be configured either online. can later on be downloaded to a controller.g. variables. interlocks) even without connected hardware using the controller emulator 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. with the chance to find and remove errors quickly and easily − Convenient cross-reference function allowing variables and tags to be found easily in any editor right up to the graphic display − Importing and exporting of programs. greatly exceeding the basic ones outlined in IEC 61131-3 − An extensive macro library containing more than 200 graphic symbols. memory stick. the operator interface with displays and logs. or offline. system communication and all field device parameters − Integrated online help − Project file (application) backup on any data medium (hard disk. the operator interface DigiVis will not only be configured with Control Builder F. etc. which can be extended by the user − A project tree for flexible program generation an transparent program structuring − Verification of automation functions. tags and parts of the project tree − Password protection to prevent unauthorized project modification − Password protection for user-defined function blocks − Uniform and auto-generated system-wide graphical documentation of the entire user program. but the integrated graphics builder is used to create process graphics. controllers. parameterization and commissioning: − A single software tool for configuration of the automation functions.
Other list functions include: − Project-wide modification of name. The single project database file makes archiving or backup ease of use. displays and logs can be opened for editing. outputs. data or module type − Search and display based on specified searchcriteria − Cross-reference function permitting rapid. avoiding further potential errors during configuration.1 3BDD015202 . data only needs to be entered once. internal variables) − Tag list (function blocks) − Graphics − Programs Because the database is system-wide. variables and tags are managed in the Freelance 800F system as lists in a common project database: − List of variables (inputs. comments. All project configuration data is displayed as a tree structure. systemwide location of all programs and displays in which a selected variable or tag is used 52 Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. The list of variables and tags is created automatically when a user program is generated. copied and moved − Programs are checked for plausibility and their processing status displayed − Project configuration data is exported and imported − User programs are loaded into the process and operator stations All configured signals. Within the project tree: − The configuration data in a project is structured − Task levels and cycle times are defined − Programs are assigned to the task levels − Programs.Project tree Project data base Figure 18: Project tree Figure 19: Tag list with cross references The project tree is the central instrument for managing the entire user program and commissioning.
Once completed. A further feature of the sequential function chart is the facility for creating alternative and parallel branches as well as the synchronization of these sequential structures. Any errors or warnings are displayed in a list. Inputs are always displayed on the left and outputs always on the right of a function block. Structured Text. The layout of the terminals and the color of signal flow lines provide information about the data type. Two different access types to variables are available: read and write access. Clearly structured and easy to understand parameter dialogs. and it is possible to navigate directly to the source of the error by simply clicking on the relevant line in that list. To create an SFC program. At the same time as the sequential function chart is configured. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.1 | Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F 53 . The corresponding displays or programs can be called up directly in order to gain easy access to the variables or tags referred to.1 Configuration of functions Function Block Diagram A Function Block Diagram (FBD program) . All parameters of the function blocks are defined in the Function Block Diagram. the Function Block Diagram can be verified using a plausibility check for errors or syntactic accuracy. in which all block-specific entries can be made. read variables can be used by several blocks. values can be referenced from one diagram to another one. Programs (Function Block Diagram. The inputs and outputs of the function blocks can be connected to create the signal flow.7. the SFC display for operation and observation on the operator station is generated automatically. It contains one or more function blocks. graphical creation of sequential control programs. steps are configured with assigned actions (commands) and transitions with step-enabling conditions. With variables. The cross references in a program can be displayed for the whole system.Position in the graphic area − Connect functions with the signal flow lines − Enter input and output variables − Define parameters for the functions − Check FBD program for plausibility − Correct any syntax errors Sequential Function Chart Figure 20: Program with parameterization screen and plausibility check error messages The Function Block Diagram (FBD) is a graphical programming language. or instruction list) can be assigned to the steps and transitions. Control Builder F checks if the terminals of two function blocks can be connected. Ladder Diagram. is configured as follows: − Define name for FBD program − Open editor for FBD program − Select function blocks . While write variables are written by a single function block. are available. Figure 21: SFC program The Sequential Function Chart (SFC) readily allows transparent.
Figure 22: Structured Text
Figure 23: IL program
Structured Text is one of the text-oriented programming languages of IEC 61131-3, in which program processing is determined by instructions. All functions and function blocks can also be used in ST programs. The scope of the functions is partly covered by the ST operands. Function blocks can be used in the ST program following declaration. Parameter definition of the function blocks also takes place in the same way as in the Ladder Diagram or Function Block Diagram. In contrast to that of the Function Block Diagram (FBD), the scope of functions of the Structured Text also includes conditional commands and loop commands, which are called using appropriate key words. The processing sequence is determined from the order of the commands in the ST editor. The only way to specifically change the order is to insert loop commands.
All Freelance 800F processing functions can be defined by the Instruction List (IL). The scope of Instruction List exceeds that of the Function Block Diagram and Sequential Function Chart, as jump commands and program loops can also be programmed. The operands can be displayed and entered with a selection list according to IEC 61131-3. Parameter definition of the function blocks also uses the same parameter definition screens as those used in the Function Block Diagram.
Along with the Function Block Diagram (FBD) and sequential function chart (SFC), the Ladder Diagram (LD) is also one of the graphical languages of the IEC 61131-3. The Ladder Diagram language originates from the area of electromagnetic relay systems and describes the flow of current through individual rungs. The boundaries of a rung are defined on the right and left side by devices known as power rails, which have the logical state 1 (current is flowing). A rung is created with the elements of the Ladder Diagram (links, contacts and coils). Functions and function blocks in the Ladder Diagram can be called up and used in the same way as in the Function Block Diagram. Parameters are also defined for function blocks using the same parameter screens.
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Operation and observation functions
The following functions can be configured for operation and display: − Custom graphic displays − Web displays − Standard display types: overview display, group display, trend display, time scheduler display − SFC display − Signal sequence, disturbance course and plant log − Message list and message line − Operator hint list. Since the common system database is automatically accessed while configuring these functions, there is no need to re-enter the data.
Plant-specific graphic displays can be constructed for displaying the process.The graphic displays contain static and dynamic display elements. The static part of the plant display – the background display – is composed of separate graphic elements which can be modified in color, line type and filling pattern and can, for example, display the schematic plant layout. The following constructional aids in the system make it easier to create displays: − Static elements such as lines, polylines, rectangles, polygons, ellipses, arcs and texts are created, for example, by specifying the start and end points − Display sections already created can be duplicated, moved, rotated in 90° steps, transposed or superimposed − The combination of several graphic elements can be saved as a macro and stored in libraries to be used when desired − The zoom function facilitates precise construction of the individual graphic display elements − Import of bitmap files facilitates the generation of static background displays The process variables are displayed in the dynamic section of the display – the foreground display. Specific process variables can be visualized simply by making the display elements dynamic. The following types of dynamic elements can be used: Bar graphs and dynamic filling set to operate in different directions − Superimposed numerical values and text variables − Trend window − Color change or symbol change to depict states − Continuous or discrete position modifications of the graphic symbol − Keys (buttons) for the direct execution of actions (e.g. write value or similar) − Animated objects, e.g. mixers that turn realistically − Tool tips Selection fields can be defined at any position so that the operator can access any other displays using the mouse or keyboard.
Standardized displays (pre-engineered)
Standard displays can be configured very easily using Control Builder F. To configure a group display, for example, it is only necessary to select the tags via the selection list. The entry is made automatically. In this manner, up to 10 large analog faceplate tags can be entered per group display. The configuration procedure for the overview display is equally simple, as the containing displays are entered from a selection list.
Freely configurable graphic displays
Figure 24: Graphics editor
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7.2 Hardware structure
During commissioning, the user programs are loaded into the operator and process stations. It is also possible to: − Load modifications − Start and stop process stations − Start, stop or reset tasks − Define and activate parameters for function blocks − Define and activate parameters for field devices − Display, set and track process values − Combine any process values at any time in a trend window − Perform version and status checks
Displaying process states
Figure 25: Definition of the hardware structure
The required hardware structure can be configured in a graphical system overview and the system communication can also be defined there. It is possible to assign particular DigiVis operator stations to specific controllers. Furthermore, detailed information can be obtained on the operator stations and controllers. In the station overview display, the operator stations and controllers can be equipped using selection lists. Specifications for processing, display and I/O channel assignment can be made for the individual modules of the controllers. And all this with just a few clicks.
The fully graphical forward documentation allows configured programs and displays to be printed. The documentation is always up-to-date, as the current configuration data is accessed. Various sorting criteria, such as drawing numbers, assure an orderly and transparent output of the data to be documented. The scope of documentation can be specified as desired by the user, such as: − Program and display contents, cross references, parameter defi nition data and comments − System overview and hardware configuration The documentation specification can be stored for future use. The FBD, IL, LD, SFC and ST programs, displays, etc. are documented in the form in which they appear on the screen. Using Freelance 800F documentation management, complete or partial project documentation can be produced without effort. It is also possible to include bitmaps (such as customer logos) in the drawing footer.
Figure 26: Trend and value window during commissioning
The editors for displaying the configured programs can also be accessed during commissioning. As opposed to during configuration, the process states of the I/O variables are also displayed in the program. The status of the binary process signals is displayed in the FBD display by a change in the graphical representation of the signal flow lines. Value and trend windows are available for displaying process values. They offer an optimal overview of the current process values for commissioning and test purposes. Here, the user is not restricted to the display of I/O variables for the program currently shown on the screen. Variables from other programs and / or controllers can also be displayed, as well as values from connections between various function blocks of the current program.
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Whether the changes made are retained permanently or only temporarily is decided by the commissioner. Other features allow you to force inputs and outputs and to specify new values for simulation purposes. it is possible to view all parameter modifications made in a particular period of time and to select those which are to be saved in order to be used at the next cold start. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Through a parameter upload. allowing optimal program settings for the process.Modifying parameters Parameters can also be modified during the commissioning phase.1 | Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F 57 . These parameters can be altered from either the engineering station or the operator station.
3BDS008503R06 English language German language Chinese language Polish language French language German language 3BDS008502R0603 Chinese language 3BDS008502R0621 Polish language 3BDS008502R0621 French Language Many further language packages Portuguese.4 Control Builder F languages Name Changing the current language Short Description Changing the current language Indicate the Control Builder F hardkey number and the new language.. Setup CD and the user documentation in the chosen language are to order additional. A claim on intended function exists only in conjunction of DTM.7. Ask your ABB sales contact if your language has been released yet 7. Swedish . In addition order one Control Software license for every used controller and select one language. Russian.1.Security Lock .all features of Control Builder F Standard . English language 3BDS008502R0601 Article No. Article No.DTM / FDT-Support.1 3BDD015202 . The language change becomes part of the existing Software Management Program. which is approved by ABB for the use with control builder F in V9. In addition order one Control Software license for every used controller and select one language. Software License Control Builder F Professional supports: .Creation of User Defined Function Blocks (developer license) .5 Control Builder F license For an executable system is necessary: − One setup CD − One Control Builder F license − One hard key (part of Control Builder F license) − One Control Software license for every used controller (station) Name Control Builder F Standard Short Description Software License Control Builder F Standard supports: .. 3BDS008510R06 Control Builder F Professional 3BDS008520R06 58 Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.16 Character Tag Names . Japanese.User Defined Function Blocks (Runtime license). Spanish. ) are under preparation.
7. Replacement Hardkey This will render the old hardkey obsolete. Change Hardkey type to USB Port For PC replacement without parallel interface. Indicate the hardkey number of the key you want to replace. 3BDS008794R06 WEB Display Configuration 7. Licenses noted for the old hardkey will be moved to the replacement hardkey.6 Control Builder F options Name DigiVis CombiVersion Short Description DigiVis Combi-Version Allows for engineering and operation on the same workplace (PC). Windows 2000 / XP only.7 Control Builder F hardkeys Name Combi Hardkey Combi Hardkey Short Description Combi Hardkey for Parallel Port Hardkey for DigiVis and Control Builder F. This will render the old hardkey obsolete. WEB Display Configuration Enables Control Builder F Standard and Professional to configure Web Displays. Licenses noted for the old hardkey will be moved to the replacement hardkey. 3BDS008786R06 Article No. 3BDH000198R2 3BDH000199R1 Change Hardkey 3BDH000199R2 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. 3BDH000196R1 Control Builder F Hardkey Control Builder F Hardkey Replacement Hardkey Control Builder F Hardkey for USB Windows 2000 / XP only. Indicate the hardkey number of the key you want to replace. Combi Hardkey for USB Hardkey for DigiVis and Control Builder F. Only in combination with Control Builder F. DigiBrowse doesn’t need a hardkey.1 | Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F 59 . Control Builder F Hardkey for Parallel Port 3BDH000198R1 3BDH000196R2 Article No.
Software license This Price List contains software licenses for the following controllers: − AC 700F Within a project / system all controllers must have the same control software license. 50 basic I/Os This license releases the specified number of process station nodes (controller) in the Freelance project tree. 2PAA103914R06 60 Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.1 3BDD015202 . 2PAA103913R06 7.8.Additional basic I/Os Short Description Set of additional 50 basic I/Os Article No. OPC) = no controller = no control software license 7. Name Control Software license .1 Basic controller Control Software Basic supports: − IEC 61131-3. − Gateway (DDE.2 Additional basic I/Os The maximum number of I/O license depends on CPU type and application. The number of I/Os relevant for licensing is determined by counting only those I/Os that are in use in the field. Name Control Software license .8. For every used controller (station) one Control Software license is necessary: − One redundancy couple = 1 controller = 1 control software license.7.8 Control . 50 I/Os each Article No. binary and analogue − Closed loop control (without Tune) − DigiVis − Incl. This means that all controllers within a project either have to run with Control Software Basic or Control Software Advanced.Basic Controller Short Description Number of supported basic controller incl.
Advanced Controller Short Description Number of supported advanced controller incl. Name Control Software Option Control Software Option Short Description Serial Package Including the following .8.Modbus Master. Article No. This option must be ordered for every controller.8. Tune Self tune for PID. 3BDS008751R06 3BDS008752R06 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. basic Additional options to Control Software Basic.5 Control software options. In Control Software Advanced included.7. Name Control Software license . 2PAA103916R06 7.8.Additional advanced I/Os Short Description Set of additional 50 advanced I/Os Article No. 2PAA103915R06 7. where you want to use it. The number of I/Os relevant for licensing is determined by counting only those I/Os that are in use in the field. 50 advanced I/Os This license releases the specified number of process station nodes in the Freelance project tree. Modbus Slave − Sartorius Scale interface (not supported by AC 700F) − Tune (Self tune PID) − Sequence of Events (only Rack I/O) − Incl.4 Additional advanced I/Os The maximum number of I/O license depends on CPU type and application.3 Advanced controller Control Software Advanced supports: − All features of Control Software Basic − 800xA Operations − Serial Package including the following − Modbus Master. Modbus Slave . Name Control Software license .1 | Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F 61 . Please use DigiSize for load calculation. 50 I/ Os each Article No.
basic / advanced Additional options to the Control Software Basic C100 or the Control Software Advanced E100.8. Usage of Control SW.8. Article No. This option must be ordered for every controller. Other usages need a special release (please contact Product Management). Application Programming Interface (API) 3BDS008759R06 3BDS008755R06 Article No. Name Control Software Option Short Description Batch Batch Library includes FPX and PLI.6 Control software options.1 3BDD015202 . Option Batch is granted only for DigiVis and Process Portal B.7. Only one Trend Server is possible per system. OPC Single user license. 3BDS008756R06 7. for every single computer necessary! Trend Server Package For trending data on DigiVis without using trend acquisition function block. 3BDS008754R06 Trend Server Package Application Programming Interface (API) 62 Configuration and commissioning with Control Builder F | Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.7 Additional packages Name Open Communication Package Short Description Open Communication Package DDE. where you want to use it.
1 Product box Name Product Box Short Description Freelance 800F.1 Short Description German and English CD Article No. 3BDS008536R0603 8.1 | Media and documentation 63 . Documentation CD. Product Box Including Software CD.Chapter 8 Media and documentation 8.2 Software CD Name Freelance 800F Software V9. 3BDS008531R0603 Chinese and English CD 3BDS008531R0621 8. 3BDD012530R0603 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9. Manual ”Getting Started”. Article No.3 Documentation CD Name Freelance 800F Documentation V9.1 Short Description German and English CD Article No.1 Freelance 800F Software V9.
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Or. The DQS Certificate based on DIN ISO 9001 awarded to ABB Automation as far back as 1990 bears testimony to this fact. ABB Automation has its own commissioning engineers who work together with planning engineers. This can include functional diagrams. When it comes to rectifying a fault. In addition. and service 65 . we offer a range of technical training courses. The same applies for the EQNet Certificate based on ISO 9000/EN 29000. our highly-qualified specialists can perform these activities for you. we provide you quickly with the necessary specialists and spare parts. systems and services for measurement and process automation. Finally. configuration documentation. circuit diagrams. Under this arrangement. A crucial factor in maintaining this market position is the quality of our products. allowing you to perform engineering and maintenance activities quickly and cost-effectively. extensions. Freelance 800F includes more than just outstanding technical features. the ABB Automation Engineering Department will compile the specific project documentation for you. We have also focused a great deal of attention to rational planning. ABB Automation‘s staff can also work with you to plan and implement the installation of a Freelance 800F system in your plant. At many sites. To make sure your operators are fully knowledgeable in the operation of the Freelance 800F compact control system. the ABB Automation Service Department provides maintenance services for all Freelance 800F systems and peripheral modules. perform a test run and hand over the system to the operator. from manufacture right through to services.Chapter 9 Add-ons. will be happy to assist you in planning and implementing your automation project. This will provide you with the basic knowledge you need for configuration. modes of operation and plant maintenance. installation and modification processes. therefore allowing you to start using the system very quickly and efficiently. and service ABB Automation is the world‘s largest suppliers of equipment. process instructors and operators to commission your plant. extensions. including: − Planning and engineering − Installation planning and execution − Plant documentation − Commissioning − Technical training − After-sales service − Upgrades and performance improvements Our own instrumentation and control specialists.1 | Add-ons. optimize it. or our certified partners in system integration. we offer a computer-based training program for Freelance 800F on a multimedia DVD. and operating documentation including system descriptions and instructions for operation. if you prefer. However. 3BDD015202 Product Catalog AC 700F Controller V9.
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