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HIS Operation

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2nd Edition


Introduction
This operation manual is written for plant operators who use the CENTUM VP to perform
operation and monitoring.
This manual comprises the following chapters. Listed below are their brief explanations:

• Starting up HIS
This chapter explains HIS windows structure and how to start up HIS.

• Calling the Graphic Views


This chapter explains how to use the buttons to call the graphic views.

• Useful Features of HIS


This chapter explains the easy and efficient functions to use HIS.

• Operating the Instrument Faceplate


This chapter explains how to operate the instrument faceplate.

• When a Message is Generated


This chapter explains the measures that should be taken when a message is generated
while operating/monitoring the plant and how to find messages generated in the past.

• Reading the Data collected from Plant


This chapter explains how to use the trend view to read data acquired from the plant.

• Outputting Screen Images


This chapter explains how to output the screen images.

• When a System Error Occurred


This chapter explains the measures that should be taken when a system error occurred.

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CENTUM VP Document Map


 Engineering
CENTUM VP
Engineering
Guidance

Engineering Engineering Reference


Test Guide Tutorial IM 33M01A30-40E
IM 33M10D20-40E IM 33M10D10-40E

CENTUM Data
Fieldbus APCS
Access Library
Documentation Documentation
IM 33M05F10-40E

 Operation and Operating


Monitoring HIS Operation
Messages
IM 33M05D10-40E
IM 33M05D20-40E

 Hardware
Peripherals Input & Output
Migrated-FCS (FIO)
Modules
IM 33M50C10-40E IM 33M50W10-40E
IM 33M50G10-40E

Communication Field Control


Vnet/IP
Devices Stations
IM 33L01A10-40E
IM 33M50D10-40E IM 33M50E40-40E

Turbomachinery
I/O Modules
IM 33M10U10-40E

User's manual
 Installation CENTUM VP Installation Only available in electronic document
IM 33M01A20-40E Relationship between manuals
that must be read in order
Relationship to a referred manual

Reference manual

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Safety Precautions
n Safety, Protection, and Modification of the Product
• In order to protect the system controlled by the product and the product itself and ensure
safe operation, observe the safety precautions described in this user’s manual. We assume
no liability for safety if users fail to observe these instructions when operating the product.
• If this instrument is used in a manner not specified in this user’s manual, the protection
provided by this instrument may be impaired.
• If any protection or safety circuit is required for the system controlled by the product or for
the product itself, prepare it separately.
• Be sure to use the spare parts approved by Yokogawa Electric Corporation (hereafter
simply referred to as YOKOGAWA) when replacing parts or consumables.
• Modification of the product is strictly prohibited.
• The following symbols are used in the product and user’s manual to indicate that there are
precautions for safety:

Indicates that caution is required for operation. This symbol is placed on the product to refer
the user to the user’s manual in order to protect the operator and the equipment. In the
user’s manuals you will find precautions to avoid physical injury or death of the operator,
including electrical shocks.

Identifies a protective grounding terminal. Before using the product, ground the terminal.

Identifies a functional grounding terminal. Before using the product, ground the terminal.

Indicates an AC supply.

Indicates a DC supply.

Indicates that the main switch is ON.

Indicates that the main switch is OFF.

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n Notes on Handling User’s Manuals


• Please hand over the user’s manuals to your end users so that they can keep the user’s
manuals on hand for convenient reference.
• Please read the information thoroughly before using the product.
• The purpose of these user’s manuals is not to warrant that the product is well suited to any
particular purpose but rather to describe the functional details of the product.
• YOKOGAWA reserves the right to make improvements in the user’s manuals and product at
any time, without notice or obligation.
• If you have any questions, or you find mistakes or omissions in the user’s manuals, please
contact our sales representative or your local distributor.

n Warning and Disclaimer


The product is provided on an “as is” basis. YOKOGAWA shall have neither liability nor
responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any direct or indirect loss or damage arising
from using the product or any defect of the product that YOKOGAWA can not predict in advance.

n Notes on Software
• YOKOGAWA makes no warranties, either expressed or implied, with respect to the
software’s merchantability or suitability for any particular purpose, except as specified in the
terms of warranty.
• This product may be used on a machine only. If you need to use the product on another
machine, you must purchase another product.
• It is strictly prohibited to reproduce the product except for the purpose of backup.
• Store the DVD-ROM (the original medium) in a safe place.
• It is strictly prohibited to perform any reverse-engineering operation, such as reverse
compilation or reverse assembling on the product.
• No part of the product may be transferred, converted or sublet for use by any third party,
without prior written consent from YOKOGAWA.

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Documentation Conventions
n Typographical Conventions
The following typographical conventions are used throughout the user’s manuals:

l Commonly used conventions throughout user’s manuals:

Character string to be entered:


The characters that must be entered are shown in monospace font as follows:
Example:
FIC100.SV=50.0

“▼” Mark
This symbol indicates the description for an item for which you should make a setting in the
product’s engineering window.
While operating an engineering window, the help information for the selected item can be
accessed from “Builder Definition Items” in the Help menu.
Listing more than one definition item after this symbol implies that the paragraph on the page
describes more than one definition item.
Example:
▼ Tag Name, Station Name

“Δ” Mark
Indicates a space between character strings that must be entered.
Example:
. ALΔPIC010Δ-SC

Character string enclosed by brackets ({ }):


Indicates an option that can be omitted.
Example:
. PRΔTAG{Δ.sheet name}

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l Conventions used to show key or button operations:

Characters enclosed by brackets ([ ]):


Characters enclosed by brackets within any description on a key or button operation, indicate
either a key on the HIS (Human Interface Station) keyboard, a key on the operation keyboard, a
button name on a window, or an item displayed on a window.
Example:
To alter the function, press the [ESC] key.

l Conventions used in command syntax or program statements:


The following conventions are used within a command syntax or program statement format:

Characters enclosed by angle-brackets:


Indicate character strings that user can specify freely according to certain guidelines.
Example:
#define <Identifier><Character string>

“...” Mark
Indicates that the previous command or argument may be repeated.
Example:
Imax (arg1, arg2, ...)

Characters enclosed by brackets ([ ]):


Indicate those character strings that can be omitted.
Example:
sysalarm format_string [output_value ...]

Characters enclosed by separators (| |):


Indicate those character strings that can be selected from more than one option.
Example:
opeguide <format_character_string> [, <output_value> ...]
OG,<element number>

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n Symbol Marks
Throughout this user’s manual, you will find several different types of symbols are used to identify
different sections of text. This section describes these icons.

CAUTION
Identifies instructions that must be observed in order to avoid physical injury and electric
shock or death of the operator.

WARNING
Identifies instructions that must be observed in order to prevent the software or hardware
from being damaged or the system from becoming faulty.

IMPORTANT
Identifies important information required to understand operations or functions.

TIP
Identifies additional information.

SEE
ALSO

Identifies a source to be referred to.


Clicking a reference displayed in green can call up its source, while clicking a reference
displayed in black cannot.

n Drawing Conventions
Some drawings may be partially emphasized, simplified, or omitted, for the convenience of
description.
Some screen images depicted in the user’s manual may have different display positions or
character types (e.g., the upper / lower case). Also note that some of the images contained in this
user’s manual are display examples.

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Copyright and Trademark Notices


n All Rights Reserved
The copyright of the programs and online manuals contained in the DVD-ROM or CD-ROM shall
remain in Yokogawa.
You are allowed to print out the required pages of the online manuals for using the product,
however, you are not allowed to print out the entire document. You can purchase the printed
manual from Yokogawa.
Except as stated above, no part of the online manual may be reproduced, either in electronic
or written form, registered, recorded, transferred, sold or distributed (in any manner including
without limitation, in the forms of paper documents, electronic media, films or transmission via the
network).

n Trademark Acknowledgments
• CENTUM and Vnet/IP are registered trademarks of YOKOGAWA.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Visual Basic, Visual C++ and Visual Studio are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
• Adobe, Acrobat and Acrobat Reader are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
• Ethernet is a registered trademark of XEROX Corporation.
• Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems,Inc.
• MELSEC is a registered trademark of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
• Modicon and Modbus are registered trademarks of Schneider Electric SA.
• Memocon-SC is a registered trademark of Yaskawa Electric Corporation.
• PLC is a registered trademark of Rockwell Automation, Inc.
• SYSMAC is a registered trademark of OMRON Corporation.
• SIEMENS and SIMATIC are registered trademarks of Siemens Industrial Automation Ltd.
• FOUNDATION in FOUNDATION fieldbus is a registered trademark of Fieldbus Foundation.
• SmartPlant is a registered trademark of Intergraph Corporation.
• HART is a registered trademark of the HART Communication Foundation.
• All other company and product names mentioned in this user’s manual are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
• We do not use TM or ® mark to indicate those trademarks or registered trademarks in this
user’s manual.
• We do not use logos and logo marks in this manual.

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CENTUM VP
HIS Operation
IM 33M05D10-40E 2nd Edition

CONTENTS
1. Starting up HIS........................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 HIS Operation And Monitoring Windows........................................................ 1-4
1.2 Using System Message Banner....................................................................... 1-7
1.3 Using Browser Bar............................................................................................. 1-8
2. Using Graphic Views................................................................................. 2-1
2.1 Calling Graphic Views....................................................................................... 2-2
2.2 Using Graphic View........................................................................................... 2-4
3. Useful Features of HIS.............................................................................. 3-1
3.1 Operation Panel Mode....................................................................................... 3-2
3.2 Switching to Operation and Monitoring Windows while operating
general-purpose Windows Applications......................................................... 3-4
3.3 Using Short Cut Keys........................................................................................ 3-5
3.4 Multiple-Monitor................................................................................................. 3-9
4. Operating the Instrument Faceplate....................................................... 4-1
4.1 Entering Data...................................................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Changing the Block Mode................................................................................. 4-6
4.3 Operation Mark on Instrument Faceplate....................................................... 4-8
4.4 Tight Shut and Full Open................................................................................ 4-10
5. When a Message is Generated................................................................ 5-1
5.1 Confirming Messages....................................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Message Search................................................................................................. 5-9
5.3 Messages On Help Window............................................................................ 5-15
5.4 Confirming Messages in CAMS for HIS........................................................ 5-18
6. Reading the Trend of Process Data......................................................... 6-1
6.1 Confirming Data in the Trend View.................................................................. 6-2
6.2 Changing the Assignment of Trend Data Being Displayed........................... 6-4
6.3 Creating/Displaying Trend Reference Patterns . ........................................... 6-8
7. Outputting Screen Images....................................................................... 7-1
7.1 Outputting the Screen Image of Currently Displayed Windows ................. 7-2
7.2 Outputting the Previously Output Screen Images Again.............................. 7-6
8. When a System Error Occurred............................................................... 8-1

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<1. Starting up HIS> 1-1

1. Starting up HIS
It is necessary to start up an HIS before commencing the plant operation and monitoring.
This chapter explains the steps to start up the HIS.

n Starting up HIS
1. Turn on the power of the computer running Windows.
2. In the Windows log-on window, enter the user name and password that were set in the HIS
Utilities dialog box.
HIS will start up.

TIP
If [Auto Logon] is checked in the HIS Utility dialog box, turning on the power of the computer with Windows will
automatically start up the HIS.

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n Security Check for Operation and Monitoring on HIS


The operation and monitoring scope on HIS is determined by the settings of user group and the
privilege level.
The user rights on the HIS are predefined on the HIS security builder according to the user group
and the privilege level.
The security setting of each HIS can be different from others, so that a user’s right maybe
different on different HISs. Thus a user’s operation and monitoring scope on a HIS can be
performed only in the range predefined for the HIS.

l Changing Privilege Level


If an operation keyboard is connected to the HIS, the privilege level can be changed by switching
the MODE key on the keyboard.
There are two types of keys for the keyboard, operation key and engineering key.
MODE MODE
OFF OFF
ON ON
ENG ENG

In the case of the operation key When the engineering key is inserted.
Changes between The key can be
the ON, OFF positions. switched to any position.
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Figure Mode Switching Key

Using an operation key cannot switch to ENG position.


• When the MODE switch position is OFF or no key:
Privilege level of the user(logged-in user) during operation
• When the MODE switch position is ON:
S2 privilege
• When the MODE switch position is ENG:
S3 privilege

TIP
In the CAMS for HIS message monitor, the privilege level set by the MODE key is not applied. For example, if you
log in as an S1 user, your privilege level remains S1 even if you turn the key to ENG.

SEE
ALSO For more information about the security with operation keyboard, see the following:
“ Change Privilege Level on Operation Keyboard” in F3.3, “Privilege Level” of “Reference (IM 33M01A30-
40E)”

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l Switching User after HIS Startup
After HIS startup, the HIS user can be switched on User-In dialog box.
1. Click the following user information display area on the toolbar of the system message
window of HIS.

TESTUSER
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SEE
ALSO For the details of System Message Banner, see the following:
“1.2, Using System Message Banner”

The User-In dialog box displays.

User-In

User Information
User ENGUSER (Default ENG User)
Group DEFGRP (Default User Group ALL)
Since 2004/10/28 16:52

User Name ENGUSER

Password

Change Password User In User Out Cancel

Shut Down

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Figure User-In Dialog Box

2. Enter user name and password to this dialog box.


3. Click [User-In] button.
The user is switched and the operation right is also switched accordingly.

SEE
ALSO For more information about User-In dialog box, see the following:
“ User-In and User-Out” in E2.5.1, “Components of System Message Banner” of “Reference (IM
33M01A30-40E)”

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1.1 HIS Operation And Monitoring Windows


The operation and monitoring windows of HIS are explained in this chapter for properly
using the windows according to the operational targets.

SEE
ALSO For more information about various HIS windows, see the following:
E2.3, “System Windows and User-Defined Windows” of “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

The HIS Operation and Monitoring Window is composed of the following areas.
System Message Banner
Window Desktop

Container window

Bin
Frame
Recycle

View

Browser bar
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Figure HIS Desktop

System Message Banner: shows alarms and provides buttons to call views or windows on
the alarms, a button to switch users, a button to print and others.
Browser bar: lists the names of views and windows, and tag information
CENTUM VP provides together with buttons to call them.
Container window: the outer window of the HIS display area containing a frame.
Frame: shows views immediately below per each purpose or feature
within the Container window.
View: contents shown in a frame.

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Basics of Operation and Monitoring
System Message Banner
Browser Bar

For facilitating your operation and monitoring

Graphic View
Trend View
Tuning View
Trend Point View
Faceplate View
Custom Faceplate View
*3
Operator Guide View Operator Guide Individual Acknowledgement *3
*2
Process Alarm View Process Alarm Individual Acknowledgement *2

Message Monitor Window


SFC View
Logic Chart View
Sequence Table View
Control Drawing View
Image Window
SEBOL View
SEBOL Detail View
Help Window
CAMS for HIS Message Monitor View *1

For Managing Units

For Checking Process Status and Operation Logs

Process Report View Tag Report Search


I/O Report Search

Historical Message Report Window Search for a Historical Message


CAMS for HIS Historical Viewer

For Managing Systems

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Fiugre HIS Operation And Monitoring Windows (1/2)

*1: Valid only if you use CAMS for HIS.


*2: Valid only if you do not use CAMS for HIS.
*3: Valid only if you do not use CAMS for HIS, or if you use CAMS for HIS and Operator Guide Message is not integrated.

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Basics of Operation and Monitoring
System Message Window
Navigator Window

Windows for System Administration

System Status Overview View System Report Dialog Box


HIS Report Dialog Box

System Alarm View System Alarm Message Search


*2
System Alarm Individual Acknowledgment Window

HIS Setup Window Station Tab


Printer Tab
Buzzer Tab
Display Tab
Window Switching Tab
Alarm Tab
Preset Menu Tab
Equalize Tab
Function Keys Tab
Operation Mark Tab
Multimedia Tab
Browser Bar Tab
Trend Tab
Long-Term Tab
External Recorder Tab
Report Tab
OPC Tab
Multiple-Monitor Tab
Process Management Tab

Advanced Alarm Filter Window

xFCS Status Display View FCS Report Dialog Box

Node Status Display Dialog Box


FCS Report Dialog Box – LFCS

BCV Status Display View BCV Report Dialog Box

HIS Status Display View HIS Report Dialog Box


Touch Panel Maintenance Dialog Box
V net Setup Dialog Box

Adjust Time Dialog Box


FCU Status Display View – XL
EFCS Status Display View – XL
EFUS Status Display View – XL
FMS Status Display View – XL, V
CFCS Status Display View – CENTUM V Gateway Status Display Dialog Box
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Fiugre HIS Operation And Monitoring Windows (2/2)

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1.2 Using System Message Banner


System Message Banner shows alarms and provides buttons to call views or windows on
the alarms.
Also buttons for switching users and printing are provided.
Process Alarm

System Alarm Message Display Area

Operation Guide Icon Display Area

● FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35


? ● FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 0 0 ● FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Buzzer Reset User In


Message Monitor
Hard Copy
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Figure System Message Banner

SEE
ALSO For the details of the System Message Banner, see the following:
Section E2.5, “System Message Banner” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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1.3 Using Browser Bar


Browser Bar lists the names of views, windows, and tags that CENTUM VP provides.
Browser Bar also provides buttons to call the views and windows.

Browser Bar contains the following boxes. Click the tabs in the left most strip to switch the boxes.

▪ Overview Tool Box


▪ Preset Menu Tool Box
▪ Tool Button Tool Box
▪ Name Input Tool Box
▪ Window History Tool Box
Overview Preset Menu

Overview Preset Menu


View Trend Plant
Hard Copy
USER
CG0001 CG0001
CR0001
OV0001 Circhlate
TG0101
TG0201 User In
TG0301
TG0401
NAME NAME
TG0501
TG0601
TG0701
TG0801
GR0003
SYSTEM
.AL
? .OG
.SO
.PR
PRODUCT

Comment
Address /USER
Favorite
favorite-1
P MYPJT1

.SH
GR0002
favorite-2
TG0216
CG0001

Search

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Figure Tool Box (1/2)

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Tool Button Name Input

Tool Button Name Input


Wnidou Name Input

View Operation Call

Default Stabio;Ingotmtn
Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview NAME

Window Control

Builder

Window History

Window History
Function Name Command .
O LI201 -SC O LI201 -SC
CG0001 O CG0001 -SL
GR0002 O GR0002 -SL
CG0001 O CG0001-SL
O FIC100FF -SC O FIC100FF -S
GR0001 O GR0001 -SL
GR0001 O GR0001 -SL
OV0001 O OV0001 -SL
NAME
OV0001 O OV0001 -SL
CG0001 O CG0001 -SM
O FIC100FF TUN -SM O FIC100FF TU
FIC002 O FIC002 TUN
FIC002 O FIC002 -SC
System Status Overview O .SO -SL
FIC001 O FIC001 -SC
Station Status Display O .SF FCS0102

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Figure Tool Box (2/2)

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2. Using Graphic Views


This chapter describes basic graphic views for operating and monitoring plant, and how
to use them.

n What is Graphic View?


Graphic View is a window showing a customized plant view with control statuses. It shows real-
time process status.
You can create the Graphic View from the Graphic Builder.

SEE
ALSO For the details of Graphic Builder, see the following:
Section F12. “Graphic Builder” of “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

The following figure shows an example of Graphic View.

DISTILGR_3D 3D Distillation Graphic

Vapor 3 4
Distillation Column Condenser
36.2 % 40.8 M3/H
2D
1 2

SYS-OV
1LIC100 1FIC101

Reflux Drum

59.4 DegC 70.0 M3/H

1TIC100 1FIC100 DEVICE ALERT


CHECK PRM!
ALRM
ALRM
1MC101
1MC101
36.2 M3/H
Feedstock 48.1 DegC
1FIC200
1TIC400 Steam
Oscill TR

Dist TR
Dynamic
Reboiler
Instruments Bottom
31.7 M3/H
25.9 %
Extraction
Compressor okay 1FIC300
1LIC300

ALRM

1MC300 Tag Display

Ready

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Figure Graphic View

n Attributes of Graphic Views


Graphic views are categorized into three attributes.
• Graphic views with graphic attribute
Become the target of call operation via the graphic button.
• Graphic views with overview attribute
Become the target of call operation via the overview button and graphic button.
• Graphic views with control attribute
Become the target of call operation via the control button.
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2.1 Calling Graphic Views


You can call graphic views by clicking the button to display Graphic view in the Browser
Bar, or by entering the graphic view name in the Name Input Tool Box.

n Calling from the Browser Bar


1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to display Graphic view.
2. Graphic view opens. (Graphic attributes)*1

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview
Graphic view

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening Graphic View

*1: when you first open the Graphic view, the graphic view at the top of the hierarchy appears. From the second on, the previously
called graphic view appears.

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n Calling from the Name Input Tool Box


1. In the Name Input Tool Box in the Browser Bar, enter the name of the graphic view you
want.

Name Input
Window Name Input

GRAPHIC 1 Call

Default Station Information

NAME

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Figure Entering in Name Input Tool Box

2. Press the Call button. The graphic view you requested (GRAPHIC 1 in the above example)
appears.

SEE
ALSO For calling other windows from the Name Input Tool Box, see the following:
The section “l Calling up Windows by Entering Names” in the section E2.7.1, “Directly Calling up
Operation and Monitoring Windows” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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2.2 Using Graphic View


This section describes the basics of how to use graphic view.

n Changing Faceplate Assignment


The faceplates displayed on the graphic windows can be assigned to different function blocks.
The new assignment will become valid only after the changed contents are downloaded to HIS.
The detailed procedure is as follows:

1. Click the button to display Faceplate Assignment dialog.

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The Faceplate Assignment dialog box displays as follows.

Faceplate Assignment

1. FIC100 9. AIC100

2. FI101 10. LIC100

3. FI102 11.

4. FI103 12.

5. FI104 13.

6. TIC100 14.

7. TIC200 15.

8. TIC300 16.

OK Cancel

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Figure Faceplate Assignment Dialog Box

2. Enter a new tag names to the corresponding faceplates, then click [OK] button. The
faceplates will indicate the newly changed function blocks.

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n Switching Generic Name Set of Graphic Displays


When creating Graphic views for similar process units, if their drawing objects are the same
but the function block, data item of process data, modifier conditions as well as constant values
indicated by the drawing objects are different, thus using Generic Name Set switching the bound
data can display the multiple units with one graphic view.
How to switch the data bindings using the predefined data set are explained as follows.

SEE
ALSO For more information about generic name set of graphics, see the following:
F12. “Graphic Builder” of “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

1. Call an operation and monitoring graphic view.


2. Click the button to display Switch Generic Name Set dialog on the graphic view.

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Switch Generic Name Set dialog box displays.


Generic name set

Comment

Switch Generic Name Set

Set Name BIND01

Comment

OK Cancel

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Figure Switch Generic Name Set Dialog Box

3. Choose a generic name set from the pull-down list, and then click [OK].
The data displayed on the graphic view will be changed to a different data set.

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n Zoom In and Zoom Out of Graphic View


Using the Zoom In/Out setting box, the graphic view’s zoom levels and the center of the zoomed
window can be set.
Besides the graphic windows, this tool can also be used for zooming Logic Chart view and
Control Drawing view.
How to zoom in or zoom out a graphic window is explained as follows.

1. Call an operation and monitoring graphic view.


2. Click the button to display Pan & Zoom dialog on the graphic view.

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Pan & Zoom dialog box displays.

Pan & Zoom

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Figure Pan & Zoom Dialog Box

• Zoom In
To zoom in, do one of the following.
• Click [ZoomIn] button ( button).
• Move the slider in the direction [ZoomIn].
• Zoom Out
To zoom out, do one of the following.
• Click [ZoomOut] button ( button).
• Move the slider in the direction [ZoomOut].

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3. Useful Features of HIS


In order to improve operability, the following functions are prepared in HIS.
This chapter explains these functions and setup for using these.
• Using the two operation panel modes
• Switching to Operation and Monitoring Windows while operating general-purpose
Windows Applications.
• Using the Shortcut Keys
• Using the Multimonitoring

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3.1 Operation Panel Mode


Two operation panel modes, full-screen mode and window mode are available. The
operator can switch from one mode to the other accordingly.

SEE
ALSO For more information about operation panel mode, see the following:
E2.2, “Operation Screen Mode” of “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Switching the Operation Panel Mode


Switching between the full-screen mode and window mode is done in the HIS Setup window.

IMPORTANT
The selected operation panel mode will become effective after logoff.

1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to show System Status
Overview view.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

System Status Overview View


NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening System Status Overview View

2. System Status Overview view appears. In the view, click the button for HIS Setup.

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The HIS Setup Window displays as follows.

.SH HIS Setup

File
Preset Menu Equalize Function Keys Operation Mark Multimedia Long-Term
OPC REPORT Process Management Multiple-Monitor
Station Printer Buzzer Display Window Switching Navigator Alarm

Operation Screen Mode (HIS should be reastan.) Status Display without Scaling
(When two or more monitors are used, Control Drawing
the following value is needed for each monitor.)
Logic Chart
Window Mode
Number of Containneee 5
Pointing Operation Default (Double Click)
Full Screen Mode
Toolbar Button Size 24x24
Number of pop-Up Windows 2
Number of Fiamge Window Design Windows Type
3

Use faceplate frame as a default Tag Name Length 12

Change Reconfirmation Button Style


Font
Use Tooltips for Data Items
Font Name Height
Courier New (Westem) 16

Reset to Defaults

OK Cancel Apply Help

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Figure Display tab of the HIS Setup Window

3. Open [Display] tab.


4. Check [Full Screen Mode] in the field of Operation Screen Mode, and then click [OK] button.
5. Restart HIS.

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3.2 Switching to Operation and Monitoring


Windows while operating general-purpose
Windows Applications
To move the operation and monitoring windows to the forefront of the screen while you
are using a general-purpose Windows application, use the Circulate function. With this
function, you can move the HIS windows together to the front or to the back.

n Using Circulate function


1. While you are using a general Windows application, click the button to circulate in the Tool
Button Tool Box.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

Circulate

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Figure Executing Circulate

2. The Operation and Monitoring Window at the back is moved to the front.
System Message Banner System Message Banner
Browser Bar

Browser Bar

Operation and Windows Operation and Windows


Monitoring Window Application Window Monitoring Window Application Window

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Figure Circulate

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3.3 Using Short Cut Keys


Using the short-cut keys provided by HIS, you can execute functions assigned to the
Function keys on the Operation keyboard.
It will enable you to operate HIS efficiently from the keyboard on standard PCs in an
environment where no Operation keyboard is available.

SEE
ALSO For details of short cut keys, see the following:
Section E2.12, “Shortcut Keys for Operation and Monitoring Windows” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Preparing for using short-cut keys


Before you use the short-cut keys, you must do the following.
1. Assign functions to the Function keys on the Operation keyboard.
2. Enable short-cut keys.

l Assigning functions to the Function keys on the Operation keyboard


You can assign functions to the Function keys on the Operation keyboard in the Function Key
Assignment Builder or HIS Setup window.

SEE
ALSO For details of function keys, see the following:
Section E13.2, “Function Keys” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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l Enabling short-cut keys
1. Click the Tool Button Tool Box tab in the Browser bar, and then click the button to show the
System Status Overview view.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

System Status Overview view


NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening the System Status Overview View

2. The System Status Overview view appears. Click [HIS Setup]. HIS Setup window opens.

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3. Click the Station Tab, and then select the [Emulate Function Key] check box. Click [OK].

.SH HIS Setup

File
Preset Menu Equalize Function Keys Operation Mark Multimedia Long-Term
OPC REPORT Process Management Multiple-Monitor
Station Printer Buzzer Display Window Switching Navigator Alarm

Project : MYPJT1
Station Name : HIS0164
Type : PC (PC)
Address : 01-64
Comment :
OS : Windows Vista (6.0.6000:)
OPKB Revision : 0.0
Port :

Emulate Function Key (HIS should be restarted) Number of Tags 100000


(The computer should be restarted.)

Print Import Export

OK Cancel Apply Help

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Figure Station tab of the HIS Setup Window

4 Restart HIS.
The setting you made in the step 3 becomes valid.

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n Using short-cut keys


The setting you made earlier enables the following short-cut keys.

l Emulated Functions of HIS Operation Keyboard


• Ctrl+F1; Function of PF01(*1)
• Ctrl+F2; Function of PF02(*1)
• Ctrl+F3; Function of PF03(*1)
• Ctrl+F4; Function of PF04(*1)
• Ctrl+F5; Function of PF05(*1)
• Ctrl+F6; Function of PF06(*1)
• Ctrl+F7; Function of PF07(*1)
• Ctrl+F8; Function of PF08(*1)
• Ctrl+F9; Function of PF09(*1)
• Ctrl+F10; Function of PF10(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F1; Function of PF11(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F2; Function of PF12(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F3; Function of PF13(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F4; Function of PF14(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F5; Function of PF15(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F6; Function of PF16(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F7; Function of PF17(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F8; Function of PF18(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F9; Function of PF19(*1)
• Ctrl+Shift+F10; Function of PF20(*1)
*1: PF01 to PF20 stand for the function keys of the HIS operation keyboard, and the functions assigned to the keyboard are
customizable.

l Reserved Shortcut Functions


The following three shortcut functions are the reserved functions to the designated shortcut keys.
These functions are always valid by the shortcut key actions even if emulating the HIS operation
keyboard is disabled.
The shortcut key actions and the corresponding functions are as follows:
• Ctrl+Alt+F11; Switches the console isolation mode
• Ctrl+Alt+F12; Displays a menu
• Ctrl+Alt+Backspace; Displays User-In dialog box

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3.4 Multiple-Monitor
The function known as Multiple-Monitor connects up to four monitors to one Human
Interface Station (HIS), and displays windows for the operation and monitoring on each
monitor. In this way up to four monitors can be handled as one large, logical desktop area
(virtual desktop area).
The Multiple Monitors feature of Windows is utilized to form the multiple-monitoring
scheme of HIS. Therefore, the operating environment in the general-purpose personal
computer should be either Windows XP or Windows Vista that supports the multiple
monitors. And the package for the multiple monitoring (LHS4600) should be installed in
the PC too.

n Overview of Multiple-Monitor
An overview of Multiple-Monitor is as follows:
• Up to four monitors can be connected to one HIS. A display card compatible with the
Multiple Monitors feature of Windows is used for connection.
• The monitors can be stacked (vertical orientation) or placed side-by-side (lateral
orientation).
• One monitor is designated as the main monitor and the others are the sub monitors.
• Multiple full-size operation and monitoring windows can be displayed at the same time.
• The secondary dialog that is called up from an operation and monitoring window is
displayed on the monitor where the calling window is being displayed.
• System Message Banner is displayed on each monitor, showing the same information.
• Browser Bar is displayed on each monitor. Each Browser Bar can be operated
independently.
• A display destination monitor can be designated when calling up an operation and
monitoring window.
The following display operations can be performed on a Multiple-Monitor HIS:
• Windows can be called up on a specified monitor.
• Windows on a specified monitor can be erased.
• The Print Screen can be executed for a specified monitor.
• Windows can be transferred between the specified two monitors (shift and exchange).
• The mouse cursor can be freely moved across the monitors.
• Operation and monitoring windows can be moved across the monitors by dragging with
mouse.

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n Installing monitors
The multiple monitors can be stacked vertically or placed side-by-side, as shown below. You
need to setup in the Windows Display Properties on how you install the multiple monitors.

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Figure Monitor Arrangement in Multimonitoring

n Main Monitor and Sub Monitor


Multiple-Monitor uses one monitor as the main monitor and the other monitors as sub monitors.
The main monitor is the monitor specified as the primary monitor in Display Properties of
Windows. The Windows taskbar is only displayed on the main monitor.
The System Message Banner is displayed on all monitors with the same contents. It can also be
operated on all monitors.
The Browser Bar is displayed on all the monitors at the same position but can be operated
independently. The contents of Favorites folder are the same for all the monitors.
When calling an operation and monitoring window without specifying the monitor number, the
window may be displayed on the monitor where the active window locates or on the monitor
where the new window is called from. If either the active window or the origin of calling is
unidentifiable, the called window will be displayed on the main monitor. Moreover, the operation
keyboard with 8-loop control keys behaves differently when operating the function block
faceplates on the main monitor and on the sub monitor.
With Multiple-Monitor, windows can be transferred between any specified pair of monitors.

SEE
ALSO For details of the Multimonitoring, see the following:
Section E14. “Multiple-Monitor” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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4. Operating the Instrument Faceplate


The instrument faceplate is a function that displays the function block status and data. In
addition to displaying status and data, the instrument faceplate is also used to enter data
and change block modes. This chapter explains how to operate the instrument faceplate.

SEE
ALSO For details of instrument faceplate, see the following:
Section E6. “Instrument Faceplate” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

Components of Instrument Faceplate are shown below.


Cascade mark

CMP mark
Tag name FIC100
Comment
Tag comment Reactor conduit Instrument mark
display area
vapor pressure
Tag mark Block status
S
Status T
Block mode
display area AUT IMAN
Alarm ON/OFF status
NR CAL AOF
Alarm status PV M3/H
70.0 Engineering unit
Parameter Data item name SV Data
display area 98.0
MV Calibration status
Open/close mark 100.0
OPN
Instrument faceplate scale
100.0 high limit
Index Setpoint value pointer
Manipulated output 80.0
value pointer
60.0
Instrument
display area Manipulated
output value limit bar 40.0

20.0 Process variable bar


Operation setpoint
value limit bar
0.0
Open/close mark Instrument faceplate scale
CLS low limit
Operation mark MAINTENANCE

Data entry dialog


box call button
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4.1 Entering Data


Data can be entered via operation from the Data Entry dialog box or from the INC/DEC
Operation dialog box. This section describes how to use the two dialog box. How to
change the operation data item is also explained.

n Operation from the Data Entry Dialog Box


1. Click on the button to display Data Entry dialog box in the instrument faceplate.
FIC001
TankA

AUT
NR
PV M3/H
70.0
SV M3/H
50.0
MV %
65.1

100.0

Button to call
0.0
data entry dialog box

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Figure Opening the Data Entry Dialog Box

2. The Data Entry dialog box will appear.

FIC001 TankA

MV = 65.1% ITEM

DATA =

Data entry area


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Figure Data Entry Dialog Box

3. Enter data in the data entry area, and press the [RETURN] key.
4. If the setting exceeds the high limit or low limit, a reconfirmation window will appear.
5. Confirm the data value.

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n Changing the Data Item


1. In the displayed Data Entry dialog box, click on the item button.

FIC001 TankA Item button

MV = 65.1% ITEM

DATA =

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Figure Opening the Data Item Change Dialog Box

2. The Data Item Change dialog box will appear.

FIC001

Data item ITEM OK


MV
P Cancel
PH
PL
PMV

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Figure Data Item Change Dialog Box

3. In the Data Item Change dialog box, click on the new data item and click on the [OK] button.

FIC001

ITEM OK
MV
P Cancel
PH
PL
PMV
Click

Mouse
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Figure Selecting the Data Item

4. The item name displayed in the Data Entry dialog box will be changed.
Changes from [MV] to [PH]

FIC001 TankA FIC001 TankA

MV = 65.1% ITEM PH = 80.0M3/H ITEM

DATA = DATA =

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Figure Change the Data Item Name

In the above example, the display will change from [MV] to [PH], and changing the value of data
item PH becomes possible.

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n Operation from the INC/DEC Operation Dialog Box


1. Use the mouse to click on the set point value pointer or the manipulated output value pointer
of the instrument faceplate with an operation pointer.
The manipulated output value can be changed in the MAN mode, while the set point value
can be changed in the AUT mode.
FIC001
TankA

AUT
NR
PV M3/H
70.0
SV M3/H
50.0
MV %
65.1

100.0

Click one of them

0.0
Mouse

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Figure Opening the INC/DEC Operation Dialog Box

The operable is shown in red. In MAN mode, if you click the set point value (in yellow), it
turns red and changeable.
2. The INC/DEC Operation dialog box will appear.

FIC001 [Shift-Key Mode] Pressing both...

INC button
MV = 65.1
DEC button

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Figure INC/DEC Operation Dialog Box

3. Click on the INC button or DEC button to change the data value.
4. If the setting exceeds the high limit or low limit, a reconfirmation window will appear.
5. Confirm the data value.
TIP
• The INC/DEC Operation dialog box will not appear if the clicked pointer cannot be changed.
• When test function is running, logon the TESTUSER does not pop up a reconfirmation window.

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l Using Mouse in the INC/DEC Dialog Box
You can increase or decrease the value shown in the INC/DEC dialog box by using your mouse
with the INC/DEC buttons.
By default, hold down the Shift key while you click either INC or DEC button and keep pressing
the mouse button. The value will keep increasing or decreasing until you release the button.
In addition to the default mode, “Continuous mode” and “One-step mode” are available.
SEE
ALSO For more information about the INC/DEC operation mode using mouse, see the following:
“ Using Mouse” in “ Data INC/DEC Operation” in “E6.4, Operations on Instrument Faceplate” of
“Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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4.2 Changing the Block Mode


The operating status of a function block is called block mode. This section explains how
to change the block mode.
To change the block mode, use either the Block Mode Change Operation dialog box or
a shortcut menu for changing block modes. You must specify which to use in the HIS
Constant builder.

n Operation from the Block Mode Change Operation Dialog Box


1. Click on the block mode display area (the area in which the block modes such as AUT and
MAN are displayed).
FIC001
TankA

AUT
NR
PV M3/H
Click 70.0
SV M3/H
50.0
MV %
65.1
Mouse
100.0

0.0

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Figure Opening the Block Mode Change Operation Dialog Box

2. The Block Mode Change Operation dialog box will appear.

FIC001

MAN button AUT button CAS button


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Figure Block Mode Change Operation Dialog Box

3. In the Block Mode Change Operation dialog box, click on the mode button to be changed.
For the blocks with SEMI mode, clicking on the CAS button changes the mode to SEMI.
4. Clicking any of the buttons will call a dialog box to confirm the operation.
5. Perform confirmation operation.

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n Changing Block Mode Using the Menu


1. Click the block mode on the instrument faceplate. Then a menu with blocks modes will pop
up.
FIC100
Flowrate in TankA

MAN
NR
Click
PV MAN M3/H
AUT 70.0
SV CAS M3/H
mouse 100.0
MV %
100.0
OPN
100.0
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Figure Menu for Changing Block Mode

2. Select a block mode on the menu. Then a dialog box will be displayed for confirmation.
3. Confirm.

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4.3 Operation Mark on Instrument Faceplate


Setting an operation mark on an instrument faceplate can temporarily apply an
operational restriction to the function block. It can also put a label text.
The restriction of the operation mark as well as the label text and the color can be defined
on the operation mark builder.

SEE
ALSO For details of operation marks, see the following:
Section F3.5, “Operation Mark” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Setting An Operation Mark


1. Open the tuning view of the function block.
Click the following button on the tuning view.

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Operation Mark Assignment dialog box displays.

Operation Mark Assignment

FIC100
A system intake flowrate

None
Setting

Inspection
Operation prohibited
Running
OPMARK04
OPMARK05
OPMARK06
OPMARK07
OPMARK08
OPMARK09
OPMARK10
OPMARK11
OPMARK12
OPMARK13
OPMARK14
OPMARK15

OK Cancel

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Figure Operation Mark Assignment Dialog Box

2. Check [Setting], and then select an operation mark from the list. For removing an operation
mark, [None] should be checked instead of [Setting].
3. Click [OK].
The selected operation mark is set to the instrument faceplate of the function block.

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n Changing Label Text and Color of An Operation Mark


The label and the color of the operation mark can be changed on HIS Setup window.
1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to show System Status
Overview view.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

System Status Overview view


NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening System Status Overview View

2. System Status Overview view appears. In the view, click the button for HIS Setup.

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3. Open the [Operation Mark] tab on HIS Setup window.


4. Enter the label text and choose a favorite color, and then click [OK].
Confirm that the label text and the color of the operation mark are changed.

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4.4 Tight Shut and Full Open


The Tight shut/Full open operation is for securing the tight shut or full open of the valve
by changing the actual output value according to the manipulated value (MV). If the MV is
0 %, to a value of less than 0 %, and if the MV is 100 %, to a value of more than 100%.

For tight shut or full open of the valve:


If the Tight shut/Full open is required, do one of the following.
• In the Data Input dialog box, enter “0” or “100” in MV.
• Press the INC or DEC button and keep pressing it one or two seconds longer after the MV
shown in the faceplate reaches “MV=0.0%” or “MV=100.0%”.

IMPORTANT
• If the output destination of the manipulated value (MV) of a function block having the ‘Tight
shut/Full open’ feature is a Fieldbus Faceplate block, set the ‘Tight shut/Full open’ to “No” in
the Function Block Detail Builder.
• In the Function Block Detail Builder, the setting items “Output Value for Tight-shut (Ms)” and
“Output Value for Full-open (Mf)” are named assuming the ‘valves with reverse actions”
where the valves close tightly if the manipulated value (MV) is 0 %. For the valves that close
tightly if the manipulated value (MV) is 100 %, the setting item “Output Value for Tight-shut
(Ms)” is a value for setting the actual output value to a value less than 0 % if the manipulated
value (MV) is 0 %. Take note that the setting item “Output Value for Full-open (Mf)” is a value
for setting the actual output value to a value more than 100 % if the manipulated value (MV)
is 100 %.

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5. When a Message is Generated


Messages generated during operation include predefined messages and user-defined
messages, both of which are used to notify the operator of changes in system status, the
operation status of a process and various events occurring in a process.
This chapter explains how to confirm/acknowledge messages as well as to find those
generated in the past.

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5.1 Confirming Messages


Different types of messages are generated when monitoring. When a message is
generated, the corresponding message button will flash in the system message window
or navigator window to notify the operator that a message was generated.
This section explains how to confirm the generated messages.

SEE
ALSO For using Consolidated Alarm Management Software (CAMS for HIS), see the following:
Section E12. “Consolidated Alarm Management Software” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Confirming messages in System Message Banner


When a process alarm message, annunciator message, system alarm message or operator
guide message is generated, beeps are output and the corresponding button in the System
Message Banner flashes.
Flashes if a process alarm message or an annunciator message occurs

Flashes if a system alarm message occurs

Flashes if an operator guide message occurs

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? ● FCS0101 RIGHT Control
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0 0 0 ● FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Message Display Area


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Figure Buttons in the System Message Banner

1. If beeps are output, look at the flashing button in the System Message Banner to check
which type of message is generated.
2. Click the Message Display area in the System Message Banner. Or click the flashing button.
3. A message window appears.

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4. To acknowledge all the messages at once, click the Acknowledge button. To acknowledge
each message, click the message you want to acknowledge, and then click the
Acknowledge button.
Acknowledge button
Delete button

.OG Operator Guide Message

1 08/18 04:18:33 PM
Reactor, high temperature!
2 08/18 04:18:14 PM SBP201: MSG002
Reactor operation condition error!
Pressure and temperature exceed the specified values.
PIC100 11 kPa Specified valus 3.5 kPa
TIC200 125 DEG Specified valus 120.0 DEG
3 08/18 03:17:40 PM
Transfer process starts. SBP200: MSG001
4 08/18 03:17:05 PM
Enter the setpoint.
5 08/18 02:16:18 PM
Raw material charge is completed.

Ready Range: All 5/ 5

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Figure Acknowledging an Operator Guide Message

5. With a group acknowledgment, all of the unacknowledged messages are acknowledged;


with an individual acknowledgment, the selected messages are acknowledged.

• Interactive message acknowledgment


An interactive operator guide message can only be acknowledged individually. Select the
operator guide message to be acknowledged in the operator guide view, then click on the
acknowledge button. The operator guide individual acknowledgment window displaying the
selected interactive message will appear.

.OG Operator Guide Message

● 08/18 04:17:05 PM SBP200: MSG001


Move to the reaction process.

Move condition =

Acknowledge button Delete button


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Figure Acknowledging the Interactive Message

TIP
In the case of an operator guide message or system alarm message, clicking on the delete button after
acknowledging operation will delete the message.

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n Viewing Process Report


In the Process Report view, the information on the system operation statuses is collected. And
the information is shown in a window or is printed at the request of user. The data shown in the
window or printed is the current one.
The following two types of Process Report are available.
• Tag Report
• I/O Report

l Tag Report
1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to display Process Report
View.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

Process Report View

NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening Process Report View

The process report view displays.


2. Click the following button on the toolbar of the process report view.

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The tag report view displays the tag numbers and their state according to the conditions set
in the Tag Search dialog box.

.PR Process Report

Tag Name Tag Comment Alarm Current Value Mode Operation System Tag Name
FIC300 Discharge line A NR 80.0M3/H MAN .BL0158S010101
TIC100 Charge tank NR 20.0DEGC MAN IMAN Maint .BL0159S010101
LIC200 Discharge tank NR 36.0L/H MAN .BL0160S010101
PI150 Reactor NR 25.0PA AUT .BL0161S010101
MC100 Wash valve 1 NR 0.0% MAN .BL0162S010101
SIO220 Flowrate valve NR 1 MAN .BL0163S010101
LSW111 Agitator NR .BL0164S010101
SW330 Discharge line .BL0165S010101
01ST0002 NR 2 AUT .BL0166S010101
LC001 Transfer 1 NR MAN .BL0167S010101
LC002 Transfer 2 NR MAN .BL0168S010101
LIC001 NR 0.0% MAN .BL0169S010101
LIC002 NR 0.0% MAN .BL0170S010101
AN0001 Tank level error ALM 1 Maint .AN0001S010101
AN0002 Pump A fail NR 0 .AN0002S010101
AN0003 Tank A temp HI NR 0 .AN0003S010101
AN0004 Tank B temp LO NR 0 .AN0004S010101
AN0005 Tank A level HH NR 0 .AN0005S010101
AN0010 Tank B level HI NR 0 .AN0010S010101
AN11 Tank C level LO NR 0 .AN0011S010101
MORE "TAG" DEFAULT "I/O" FCS0101 %SW

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Figure Process Report View (Tag Report)

The dialog box consists of multiple tabs; only the conditions in the selected tab are applied.
Click the above button again may refresh the displayed tag report.
3. Click the following button can open the Tag Search dialog box for setting conditions.

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Tag Search Dialog Box displays as follows.

Tag Report Search Dialog

DEFAULT SHEET1 SHEET2 SHEET3 SHEET4


Range Element Type State
User Group All All
All Specified Element Alarm
Station Specification Function Block Specified Alarm
FCS0101 Annunciator
Common Switch
Process I/O
Equipment Global Switch AOF
... CAL
Operation Mark
...

Tag Arbitrary Character


User-Defined Tag Arbitrary Character
All Tags
Specified Tag

Process Value of Tag Item


Item

OK Cancel Reset Save As

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Figure Tag Report Search Dialog Box

4. Change a tab or click [Reset] button on this dialog box.


5. Set the conditions and click [OK].
The process report will be displayed according to the new conditions.

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l I/O Report
1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to display Process Report
view.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

Process Report view

NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening Process Report View

The process report view displays.


2. Click the following button on the toolbar of the process report view.

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The I/O report view displays the I/O points and their state according to the conditions set in
the I/O Search dialog box.

.PR Process Report

FCS0101
1234567890 1234567890 1234567890 1234567890 1234567890
AN0000 . . 1. 1. 1. 11 11. 111. . . . . 111. 11. 1. 11. . . 1. . . . . . . 11. . . . .
AN0050 . 11111. 1. . 1. . 1. . . 1. . . . 1. . 1. 11. . . . . . 1. . 11 . . 11. . . . . .
AN0100 . 1. 111. 11. . 1. . . 1. 1. . 11. . . . . 111 . 1. 1. 1. . . 1 . . . . . 1. 1. .
AN0150 . . 1. 11. 1. . 1. 1111. . . 1 . . . . . 111. . . . . . . 11. 1. 1. 1111. . . 1
AN0200 . 111. . 1111 11. . . 1. . . 1 . . 11. . . . 11 11. 1. 1. . 1. . 111. 1. . . 1

1234567890 1234567890 1234567890 1234567890 1234567890


AN0250 . . . 1. 1

"TAG" DEFAULT "I/O" FCS0101 %AN

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Figure Process Report View (I/O Report)

Click the above button again may refresh the displayed I/O report.

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3. Click the following button can open the I/O Search dialog box for setting conditions.

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The I/O Search Dialog Box displays.

I/O Report Search Dialog

Subject Station FCS0101


Element Seed
Annunciator
Common Switch
Process I/O
Communication I/O
Global Switch

OK Cancel

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Figure I/O Report Search Dialog Box

4. Set the conditions and click [OK].

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5.2 Message Search


A message generated in the past can be redisplayed for confirmation. To search for a
message, use the Filter dialog box , a function block or the historical message report
window.

SEE
ALSO For using Consolidated Alarm Management Software (CAMS for HIS), see the following:
Section E12. “Consolidated Alarm Management Software” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Finding a Message Using the Filter Dialog Box


Use the Filter dialog box to find a process alarm message, annunciator message, operator
guide message or system alarm message generated in the past. Using the filter dialog box, the
messages that matched the filter conditions can be displayed separately from the display of the
entire messages.
The example below explains how to find a process alarm message:
1. Click on the button to display filter dialog in the process alarm view.
Filter dialog

.AL Process Alarm

1.0
m3/s
1 10/28 10:18:15 FIC005 Flowrate 5 NR 33.0M3/H NR
2 10/28 10:18:15 FIC005 Flowrate 5 LO 33.0M3/H NR
3 10/28 10:17:05 FIC004 Flowrate 4 DV+ 50.0M3/H DV+
4 10/28 10:16:45 FIC003 Flowrate 3 HH 12.0M3/H HH

Ready Range: All Type: All 4/4

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Figure Opening the Filter Dialog Box

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2. The Filter dialog box will appear.

Filter

Range
All

FCS Name FCS0101

Equipment Name %DR0001S010101 ...

Tag Name

Batch ID

Safety Control Station

Type
All

Function Block Only

Annunciator Only

OK Cancel

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Figure Filter Dialog Box for the Process Alarm

3. In the Filter dialog box, specify the range and type of the alarm to be searched for, then click
on the [OK] button.
With a horizontal split, a view can be displayed into two frames. The filtered messages are
displayed in the top frame while the whole messages are displayed in the bottom frame.
An example of the process alarm window split is shown as follows:

.AL FCS0101 Process Alarm

1.0
m3/s

1 07/25 15:05:32 FIC1000 Temperature Control NR


2 07/25 15:05:32 FIC1000 Temperature Control LO
3 07/25 15:05:30 FIC1000 Temperature Control LO

1 07/25 15:05:32 FIC1000 Temperature Control NR


2 07/25 15:05:32 FIC1000 Temperature Control LO
3 07/25 15:05:30 FIC1000 Temperature Control LO
4 07/25 15:05:45 TIC1000 Primary Temperature Control NR
5 07/25 15:05:45 TIC1000 Primary Temperature Control LO
6 07/25 15:05:43 TIC1000 Primary Temperature Control LO

Ready Range: Tag Name: FIC1000 Type: All 3/3 6/6

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Figure Process Alarm View Split

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n Finding a Message Using a Function Block


Messages associated with a function block can be called from the function block.
The example below explains how to call a process alarm message from the trend view.
1. Select a trend pen in the trend view.

TG0101 Block:01 Group:01


1
2

102.3

82.3

62.3
FIC001.PV

42.3

22.3

Gathering 00:12:00 100%


2.3
13:34 13:36 13:38 13:40 13:42 13:44

Tag Name Tag Comment Value Unit Upper Lower


□ ● 1 FIC001. PV Inlet flow 72.1 M3/h 100.0 0.0
□ ● 2 FIC002. PV Outlet flow 53.3 M3/h 100.0 0.0
□ ● 3 LIC100. PV Level 3.8 M 100.0 0.0
□ ● 4 TIC100. PV Temp A 25.7 DEGC 100.0 0.0
□ ● 5 TIC200. PV Temp B 14.1 DEGC 100.0 0.0
□ ● 6
□ ● 7
□ ● 8

Click
Mouse
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Figure Selecting the Function Block

2. Click the button to display the process alarm view in the System Message Banner.
Process alarm view

● FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35


? ● FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 0 0 ● FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

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Figure Opening Process Alarm View

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3. The process alarm view will open, displaying process alarm messages associated with the
trend pen (FIC001) selected in the trend view.

.AL Process Alarm

1.0
m3/s
1 10/28 01:18:30 PM FIC001 Tank Flowrate 1 NR 50.1M3/H NR
2 10/28 01:18:30 PM FIC001 Tank Flowrate 1 LO 72.1M3/H NR
3 10/28 10:17:45 AM FIC001 Tank Flowrate 1 LO 72.1M3/H NR

Ready Range: FIC001 Type: All 3/3

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Figure Process Alarm View

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n Confirming from the Historical Message Report Window


In the historical message report window, all messages occurred in the past, no matter if they
are alarm messages, operation messages or other types of messages, are stored and can be
confirmed.
1. In the Browser bar, click the button to display the Historical Report view.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview
Historical Report view

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening Historical Report View

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2. After calling up the historical message report window, the messages in the window may be
confirmed.

Historical Report - [Operation and Monitoring Message]

File Edit View Window Help

STOP

Message No Date Message Text


1206 07/12/26 11:59:40 Tank level error NR
1201 07/12/26 11:59:38 Tank level error ALM
1206 07/12/26 11:59:37 Tank level error NR
1201 07/12/26 11:59:35 Tank level error ALM
1206 07/12/26 11:59:33 Tank level error NR
1201 07/12/26 11:59:31 Tank level error ALM
1206 07/12/26 11:59:29 Tank level error NR
1201 07/12/26 11:59:28 Tank level error ALM
1106 07/12/26 11:24:54 FIC008 Flowrate 8 NR
1102 07/12/26 11:24:54 FIC008 Flowrate 8 PV = 55.0 M3/H LO Recover
1101 07/12/26 11:24:34 FIC008 Flowrate 8 PV = 50.0 M3/H LO
1206 07/12/26 11:24:04 Pump A fail NR
1201 07/12/26 11:23:47 Agitator fail ALM
1206 07/12/26 11:23:44 Agitator fail NR
1201 07/12/26 11:23:31 Pump A fail ALM
1106 07/12/26 10:49:35 FIC005 Flowrate 5 NR
1102 07/12/26 10:49:35 FIC005 Flowrate 5 PV = 60.0 M3/H LO Recover
1206 07/12/26 10:49:28 Tank level error NR
1101 07/12/26 10:49:23 FIC005 Flowrate 5 PV = 59.1 M3/H LO
1201 07/12/26 10:48:58 Tank level error ALM

Ready 20 Items Found

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Figure Historical Message Report Window

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5.3 Messages On Help Window


The help messages assigned to the function block faceplates and windows as well as the
help messages of occurred alarms can be displayed on help window.

n Help Messages of Occurred System Alarms


1. In the System Message Banner, click the button to display the system alarm view.
System alarm view

● FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35


? ● FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 0 0 ● FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER
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Figure Opening System Alarm View

2. System Alarm Message view appears. Click one system alarm message and then click the
button to display the Help window.
Help window

.SA System Alarm Message

HELP

1 0823 01/14 03:20:01 Printer PRINTER 1 Offline


2 0502 01/14 02:31:02 DataBase Equalize Complete
3 0510 01/14 02:30:57 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = ClsDef.odb
4 0510 01/14 02:30:57 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TrDspAssign.odb
5 0510 01/14 02:30:57 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TrAssign.odb
6 0502 01/14 02:29:33 DataBase Equalize Complete
7 0510 01/14 02:29:23 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = ClsMng.odb
8 0510 01/14 02:29:23 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TrDef.odb
9 0823 01/12 09:50:03 Printer PRINTER 1 Offline
10 0502 01/12 09:28:46 DataBase Equalize Complete
11 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OGAR010101.odb
12 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = SDAR010101.odb
13 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = Inst0357.odb
14 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFAR010101.odb
15 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFFCS0101.odb
16 0471 01/12 09:28:28 FCS0101 Online Download Complete
17 0502 01/09 06:29:46 DataBase Equalize Complete
18 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OPSBL1.dsp
19 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = UTSW1.dsp
20 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OPSFC1.dsp
21 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = SFCSW1.dsp
22 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OGAR010101.odb
23 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = SDAR010101.odb
24 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = Inst0357.odb
25 0510 01/09 06:29:40 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFAR010101.odb
26 0510 01/09 06:29:40 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFFCS0101.odb

Ready Range: All 26/77

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Figure Opening the Help Window

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3. In the help window, the contents of the selected system alarm message appear.

.HW Help

Search key Display


Message number 0046
Cancel

When process C starts, close the distillation tower intake valve.

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Figure Help Window

n User-Defined Help Messages for Function Blocks, View, Window


1. Open a faceplate or a view or window by entering the name directly or using the related
button.
The faceplate or the view or window displays.
2. Activate the view or window or the faceplate on the desktop and then click the button to
display the Help window on in the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar.

Tool Button

View Operation
Help window

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening the Help window

Help window with the help messages for the faceplate or the window is displayed.

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n Search Help Message On Help Window


1. Deactivate all the windows displayed on the desktop.
2. Click the button to display the Help window in the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar.
A Help window appears.

.HW Help

Search key Display


Message number 9100
Cancel

When process C starts, close the distillation tower intake valve.

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Figure Help Window

3. In the Search key area in the Help window, choose a search key from the list.
The following search keys are available:
• View or Window Name
• Tag Name
• Message Number
• Help Number
4. Enter an alphanumeric string to the field at right-hand side of the search key, and then click
[Display] button.
The detailed help message matches the above condition will be displayed.

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5.4 Confirming Messages in CAMS for HIS


Consolidated Alarm Management Software for HIS (hereinafter, CAMS for HIS) is capable
of showing in one window all the alarms and event messages such as system alarm
messages, process alarm messages, and operator guide messages.
In addition, it displays the past A&E messages and operation records of operators on the
window for the historical data list, that CAMS for HIS keeps.

n What is CAMS for HIS?


CAMS for HIS has two kinds of windows.

l Message Monitor of CAMS for HIS


CAMS for HIS replaces the Process Alarm view, System Alarm view, and Operator Guide view
with one CAMS for HIS window, CAMS for HIS Message Monitor (*1). All the messages are
gathered and shown in the CAMS for HIS Message Monitor.
*1: As to Operator Guide view, the message monitor of CAMS for HIS is displayed when selecting [Exclude operation guide
messages] in CAMS for HIS Tab of HIS Utility.

CAMS for HIS : Message Monitor


File Edit View Operation Tools

Shelving Data Massage


3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM HIS Start (Virtual)
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM FCS0101 Fail
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM STN0102 Fail
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM ACG0103 Fail
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM HIS0164 Fail
3/4/2008 11:37:08 AM FCS0101 Recover
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Fail (SW STOP Code=0000 0000 0000 0000)
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Control
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready
Filter
All Filters Favorites Data Massage
- TESTUSER(10/32/32) 3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM HIS Start (Virtual)
+ SIS(0/0/0) 3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM FCS0101 Fail
System(10/32/32) 3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM STN0102 Fail
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM ACG0103 Fail
Process(0/0/0)
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM HIS0164 Fail
Operator Guide(0/0/0)
3/4/2008 11:37:08 AM FCS0101 Recover
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Fail (SW STOP Code=0000 0000 0000 0000)
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Control
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready
3/4/2008 1:13:08 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:13:28 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:13:29 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:13:44 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:14:42 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:15:15 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:15:33 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:16:23 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:16:35 PM FCS0101 Fail
3/4/2008 1:16:41 PM HIS Shutdown
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM HIS Start (Virtual)
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM FCS0101 Fail
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM STN0102 Fail
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM ACG0103 Fail
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM HIS0164 Fail
3/4/2008 1:18:25 PM FCS0101 Recover
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 RIGHT Fail (SW STOP Code=0000 0000 0000 0000)
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 RIGHT Control
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready
3/4/2008 1:19:46 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:19:55 PM DataBase Equalize Complete

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Figure CAMS for HIS Message Monitor View

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l Historical Viewer of CAMS for HIS
Historical Viewer of CAMS for HIS can hold the occurred A&E messages and operational audit
trails; and display the stored historical data.
Historical Viewer of CAMS for HIS is a replacement of Historical Message Report Window.

CAMS for HIS : Historical Viewer


File Edit View Operation

Filter TESTUSER - Current User

All Filters Favorites Data Massage


- TESTUSER(10/32/32) 3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM HIS Start (Virtual)
+ SIS(0/0/0) 3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM FCS0101 Fail
System(10/32/32) 3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM STN0102 Fail
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM ACG0103 Fail
Process(0/0/0)
3/4/2008 11:36:21 AM HIS0164 Fail
Operator Guide(0/0/0)
3/4/2008 11:37:08 AM FCS0101 Recover
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Fail (SW STOP Code=0000 0000 0000 0000)
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 RIGHT Control
3/4/2008 11:37:10 AM FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready
3/4/2008 1:13:08 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:13:28 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:13:29 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:13:44 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:14:42 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:15:15 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:15:33 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:16:23 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:16:35 PM FCS0101 Fail
3/4/2008 1:16:41 PM HIS Shutdown
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM HIS Start (Virtual)
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM FCS0101 Fail
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM STN0102 Fail
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM ACG0103 Fail
3/4/2008 1:17:38 PM HIS0164 Fail
3/4/2008 1:18:25 PM FCS0101 Recover
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 RIGHT Fail (SW STOP Code=0000 0000 0000 0000)
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 RIGHT Control
3/4/2008 1:18:27 PM FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready
3/4/2008 1:19:46 PM DataBase Equalize Complete
3/4/2008 1:19:55 PM DataBase Equalize Complete

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Figure Main Window of CAMS for HIS Historical Viewer

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n Setting up for CAMS for HIS


Before using CAMS for HIS, you must set up in the HIS Utilities. Follow the steps below for the
setup.
1. Start the HIS Utilities.
2. Click the CAMS for HIS tab. Select the checkbox for validating CAMS for HIS. Set other
items such as the maximum number of alarms to be held, as necessary.
3. Restart the PC.
4. Import the engineering data for CENTUM VP. Based on the data, create setup files such as
Alarm Setup and Window Layout Setup.
5. Download the setup files.
You can create and download setup files by starting the CAMS for HIS Configurator on any HIS
PC.

SEE
ALSO For details of setting up CAMS for HIS, see the following:
Section E12.10, “Configurator of CAMS for HIS” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”
Section E12.2, “Settings to Use CAMS for HIS” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Starting Message Monitor of CAMS for HIS

l In the System Message Banner


In the System Message Banner, click the button to call Process Alarm view, System Alarm view,
or Operator Guide view. The CAMS for HIS Message Monitor View appears with the filtering
conditions of each window on.
● FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35
? ● FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 0 0 ● FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Operator Guide

System Alarm

Process Alarm
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Figure System Message Banner

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l In the Browser bar (Tool Button Tool Box)
Click the button for CAMS for HIS in the Tool Box on the Browser Bar.
CAMS for HIS Message Monitor View will start.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview

CAMS for HIS


Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening CAMS for HIS Message Monitor View

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l In the Browser bar (Name Input Tool Bar)
In the Name Input Tool Box, call Process Alarm view, System Alarm view, or Operator Guide
view. The CAMS for HIS Message Monitor View appears with the filtering conditions of each
window on.

Name Input
Window Name Input

Call

Default Station Information

NAME

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Figure Name Input Tool Box in the Browser Bar

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n Starting Historial Viewer of CAMS for HIS

l Start from Browser Bar


Click the button to display the Historical Report View in the Tool Box on the Browser Bar.
CAMS for HIS Historical Viewer will start.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview

Historical Report
Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening CAMS for HIS Historical Viewer

SEE
ALSO For the features of CAMS for HIS, see the following:
Section E12. “Consolidated Alarm Management Software” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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6. Reading the Trend of Process Data


Use the trend recording to read the trend of past data. With the trend recording, process
data acquired from the plant can be saved and the saved data can be displayed.

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6.1 Confirming Data in the Trend View


The acquired data can be displayed in the trend view.
In the trend view, data can be displayed as it is acquired, or previously acquired data can
be displayed again.

n Displaying Acquired Data in the Trend View


1. Call the trend view.

SEE
ALSO For the steps to call the trend view, see the following:
Section E5, “Trend Recording” in “Reference(IM33M01A30-40E)”

2. The trend view displays the acquired data in a graph or the present values in numeric
values.

TG0101 Block:01 Group:01


1
2

102.3

82.3

62.3
FIC001.PV

42.3

22.3

Gathering 00:12:00 100%


2.3
13:34 13:36 13:38 13:40 13:42 13:44

Tag Name Tag Comment Value Unit Upper Lower


□ ● 1 FIC001. PV Inlet flow 72.1 M3/h 100.0 0.0
□ ● 2 FIC002. PV Outlet flow 53.3 M3/h 100.0 0.0
□ ● 3 LIC100. PV Level 3.8 M 100.0 0.0
□ ● 4 TIC100. PV Temp A 25.7 DEGC 100.0 0.0
□ ● 5 TIC200. PV Temp B 14.1 DEGC 100.0 0.0
□ ● 6
□ ● 7
□ ● 8

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Figure Trend View

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n Displaying Collected Data On Trend Point View


1. Double click a tag name in the trend view, or choose a trend pen and click [Display] key, the
corresponding trend point view can be displayed.

FIC001. PV Inlet flow

102.3

82.3

62.3
FC01.PV

42.3

22.3

2.3
16:22 16:23 16:24 16:25 16:26 16:27

Tag Name Tag Comment Value Unit Upper Lower


□ ● 3 FC01. PV 81.1 KL/h 500.0 0.0

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Figure Trend Point View

When a batch trend is displayed, if a reference pattern is assigned to the displayed trend
pen the reference pattern will be displayed too.

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6.2 Changing the Assignment of Trend Data


Being Displayed
The assignment of trend pens being displayed in the trend window can be changed. The
assignment of trend group can be changed by using the Pen Assignment dialog box or
by selecting a file in which trend data is saved by using a drag-and-drop operation in the
Browser bar.
This section explains how to change the assignment of trend pens.

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n Changing the Pen Assignment in the Pen Assignment Dialog Box


1. In the trend view, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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2. The Pen Assignment dialog box will appear.

Pen Assignment

Pen Assignment Reference Pattern

Set Upper/
Block Collected Lower Limit Lower Display
1 FIC100.PV

2: Rotary 01min. ... 2 AIC200.PV

4: Rotary 05min. ... 8 LIC800.PV

Initialize

OK Cancel

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Figure Pen Assignment Dialog Box (Pen Assignment)

3. Set the data to be acquired and high/low limits in the Pen Assignment dialog box. If high/low
limits are not specified, the trend graph to be displayed will use the values defined via the
trend gathering pen assignment builder.
4. To display desired data in the trend view, mark off the corresponding check box under
[Display].
5. Click on the [OK] button.
6. The trends checked in the pen assignment dialog box will be displayed.

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n Changing the Pen Assignment via File Selection


1. In the trend view, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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2. A dialog box will appear; choose a file in which trend data is saved.

Open

Look in: Trend

Name Date modified Type Size

TG0101.trf This folder is empty.


Recent Places
TG0102.trf
TG0103.trf

Desktop

Administrator

Computer
File name: TG0101.trf Open

Files of type: Preserved File (*.trf) Cancel


Network
File comment

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Figure Open Dialog Box

3. Select a desired file.


4. Click on the [Open] button.
5. The data saved in the selected file will be displayed in the current trend view.

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n Changing the Pen Assignment using a Drag-and-Drop operation in


Browser bar
1. In the Browser bar, click the the tag of the folder containing Trend setup data and trend data.
Drag-and-drop it to the graph.

Overview
View Trend Plant

TR003
GROUP01
TAG001.PV
TAG002.PV
TAG003.PV
TAG004.SV
TR002
NAME
GROUP01
Drag and drop
TR003
TR004
TRTANK Tank A
1
2

Comment
102.3

Address /USER
82.3
Favorite
favorite-1 62.3
FIC001.PV

P MYPJT1 42.3

.SH
22.3
GR0002
favorite-2 2.3
Gathering 00:12:00
13:34
100%
13:36 13:38 13:40 13:42 13:44

TG0216
CG0001 □ ●
Tag Name
1 FIC001. PV
Tag Comment
Inlet flow
Value
72.1
Unit
M3/h
Upper
100.0
Lower
0.0
□ ● 2 FIC002. PV Outlet flow 53.3 M3/h 100.0 0.0
□ ● 3 LIC100. PV Level 3.8 M 100.0 0.0

Search □



4
5
TIC100. PV
TIC200. PV
Temp A
Temp B
25.7
14.1
DEGC
DEGC
100.0
100.0
0.0
0.0
□ ● 6
□ ● 7
□ ● 8

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Figure Drag and Drop Tag Data

2. Pen is assigned, and the data in the folder is shown in the Trend graph view.

TIP
Pens are assigned from the top (1) to the bottom (8). The highest number of available pen is assigned. If the
maximum 8 pens are already assigned, an assignment error is raised. In this case, delete some of the existing
unneeded pen assignments before adding a new pen assignment.

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6.3 Creating/Displaying Trend Reference


Patterns
In the trend view, trend reference patterns that are used as templates for trend graphs can
be displayed.
This section explains how to create and display trend reference patterns.

n Creating a Trend Reference Pattern


1. In the trend view, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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2. A dialog box to save trend data will appear.

Save As

CENTUMVP his save TREND Search

Organize Views New Folder ?

Favorite Links Name Date modified Type Size


This Folder is Empty.
Documents
Desktop
Computer
Pictures
Music
Recently Changed
Searches
Public

Folders

File name : TG0201

Save as type : Preserved File (*.trf)

Hide Folders Save Cancel

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Figure Save As Dialog Box

3. Specify the file in which to save trend data, as well as the location of the saved file.
4. Click on the [Save] button.

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5. The Input Comment dialog box will appear.
To change the pen comment to be displayed in the trend view, enter the new comment.

Input Comment

File Name C\CS1000\his\save\TREND\TG0201.trf

File Comment Distillation

1 FIC100.PV Distillation A

2 FI101.PV Inlet A

3 FI102.PV Outlet A

4 FIC200.PV Distillation B

5 FI201.PV Inlet B

OK Cancel

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Figure Input Comment Dialog Box

6. Click on the [OK] button.

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n Displaying a Trend Reference Pattern


1. In the trend view, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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2. The Pen Assignment dialog box will appear.


Trend reference pattern data

Pen Assignment

Pen Assignment Reference Pattern

Display File name: Specify File Delete

OK Cancel

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Figure Pen Assignment Dialog Box (Reference Pattern)

3. Click on the [Specify File] button in the Pen Assignment dialog box.
4. A dialog box will appear; select a file in which the trend reference pattern is saved.

Open

CENTUMVP his save TREND Search

Organize Views New Folder ?

Favorite Links Name Date modified Type Size


TG0101.trf
Documents
TG0102.trf
Desktop TG0103.trf
Computer
Pictures
Music
Recently Changed
Searches
Public

Folders

File name : Preserved File (*.trf)

Open Cancel

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Figure Open Dialog Box

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5. Select a file containing the reference pattern to be displayed, and click on the [Open] button.
6. In the Pen Assignment dialog box, click on the check boxes located on the left of pen
numbers. This enables selection of trend reference pattern data corresponding to the pens
with a check mark.
7. From the combo box, select the data to be displayed as a trend reference pattern.
8. Click on the [OK] button.
9. In the trend view, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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The trend reference pattern will be displayed in the trend view.


To erase the trend reference pattern and return to the previous display of acquired data,
click on the button again.

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7. Outputting Screen Images


Use the print screen function to output the images on the screen to a printer or to a file
(that is, to save).

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7.1 Outputting the Screen Image of Currently


Displayed Windows
When outputting the screen image of currently displayed windows, either the image of a
particular window only or all images being displayed on the screen can be output.
In addition, the screen image can be output to a file as well as to the printer.

n Outputting a Particular View or Window Image Only


The following explains how to output to the printer the image of one particular view or window
among all windows currently displayed.
1. In a view or window currently displayed, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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2. The image of the view or window in which the button was clicked will be output to the printer.
In the example shown below, clicking on the button in the graphic view outputs the image of
the graphic view only. Images of other view or window will not be output.
 FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35
?  FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 17 0  FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Tool Button DISTILGR_3D 3D Distillation Graphic

FIC002
Vapor 3 4 FIC002
My Computer Distillation Column Condenser 2D

View Operation
1 2
36.2 % 40.8 M3/H
SYS-OV
1LIC100 1FIC101

Reflux Drum

59.4 DegC 70.0 M3/H MAN


Call View 1TIC100 1FIC100 DEVICE ALERT NR
CHECK PRM!
NAME PV M3/H
ALRM
SYS HELP ? 0.0
ALRM
Recycle Bin SV M3/H
1MC101
1MC101 0.0
36.2 M3/H
Feedstock
1FIC200
48.1 DegC MV %
1TIC400 Steam 0.0
Oscill TR
Overview
Dist TR
Dynamic
Reboiler 100.0
Instruments Bottom
31.7 M3/H
Extraction
Window Control Compressor okay
25.9 %
1FIC300 80.0
1LIC300

ALRM Prc0001S0102.xls - Microsoft Excel


1MC300 Tag Display ? 60.0
A1
Builder Ready
A B C D E F 40.0
1
2
20.0
3
4
5 0.0
6
7
Sheet1 Sheet2 Sheet3
Command 100% - +

Start

Graphic View Faceplate View


Window of general-purpose
Windows application
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Figure Example of Printer Output 1

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n Outputting All Images Displayed on the Screen


1. Click on the following button in the System Message Banner.

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2. All images displayed on the screen will be output to the printer.


In the example shown below, all images including the image of the general-purpose
Windows application window will be output to the printer.
System message banner

 FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35


?  FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 17 0  FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Tool Button DISTILGR_3D 3D Distillation Graphic

FIC002
Vapor 3 4 FIC002
My Computer Distillation Column Condenser 2D

View Operation
1 2
36.2 % 40.8 M3/H
SYS-OV
1LIC100 1FIC101

Reflux Drum

59.4 DegC 70.0 M3/H MAN


Call View 1TIC100 1FIC100 DEVICE ALERT NR
CHECK PRM!
NAME PV M3/H
ALRM
SYS HELP ? 0.0
ALRM
Recycle Bin SV M3/H
1MC101
1MC101 0.0
36.2 M3/H
Feedstock
1FIC200
48.1 DegC MV %
1TIC400 Steam 0.0
Oscill TR
Overview
Dist TR
Dynamic
Reboiler 100.0
Instruments Bottom
31.7 M3/H
Extraction
Window Control Compressor okay
25.9 %
1FIC300 80.0
1LIC300

ALRM Prc0001S0102.xls - Microsoft Excel


1MC300 Tag Display ? 60.0
A1
Builder Ready
A B C D E F 40.0
1
2
20.0
3
4
5 0.0
6
7
Sheet1 Sheet2 Sheet3
Command 100% - +

Start

Graphic View Faceplate view


Window of general-purpose
Windows application
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Figure Example of Printer Output 2

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n Outputting the Screen Image to a File


1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to display the system staus
overview view.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

System staus overview view


NAME Overview

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening the System Staus Overview View

2. The system status overview view will appear.


3. Click on the button to display the HIS Setup Window on the toolbar of the system status
overview view.
HIS Setup Window

.SO System Status Overview


FCS

FCS
IOM

MYPJT Domain : 01 V net1 V net2

FCS0101 FCS0102 STN0103 STN0104 ACG0105

APCS0110 GSGW0111

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Figure Opening a HIS Setup Window

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4. A printer tab strip of the HIS setup window will open.

.SH HIS Setup

File
Preset Menu Equalize Function Keys Operation Mark Multimedia Long-Term
OPC REPORT Process Management Multiple-Monitor
Station Printer Buzzer Display Window Switching Navigator Alarm
Message and Report

Print Printer Name Line Print/YPR


Print Setup
MSG1 Canon LBP-1310
Orientation Font Size
MSG2 Canon LBP-1310 Portrait 10
Landscape
MSG3 Canon LBP-1310 System Default

MSG4 Canon LBP-1310

MSG5 Canon LBP-1310

PRT Canon LBP-1310


Message Printer Assignment

Hardcopy

EM-930C Invert Print

Output to File Monochrome Print

OK Cancel Apply Help

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Figure HIS Setup Window

5. Mark off the check box next to [Output to File] in the printer tab strip.
6. Click on the button to output the screen image(s) to the printer. The screen image(s) will be
output to a file as well as to the printer.
The file will be output in bitmap (.bmp) format. When recalling the screen image, the image
window can be used to open the file.

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7.2 Outputting the Previously Output Screen


Images Again
A screen image can be saved to a file so that it can be output to the printer or displayed on
the screen again.

n Displaying a Screen Image


You can show the screen image saved in a file to the Image window.
1. In the Tool Button Tool Box in the Browser Bar, click the button to display the Image window.

Tool Button

View Operation

Call View
SYS HELP ?

NAME Overview

Image window

Window Control

Builder

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Figure Opening Image Window

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2. An image window will open.
The displayed image window shows the last output screen image.

Image window C¥CS3000¥HIS¥save¥bmp¥FullScreen_1.bmp

 FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35


?  FCS0101 RIGHT Control
Copy
0 17 0  FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Tool Button DISTILGR_3D 3D Distillation Graphic

FIC002
Vapor 3 4 FIC002
My Computer Distillation Column Condenser 2D

View Operation
1 2
36.2 % 40.8 M3/H
SYS-OV
1LIC100 1FIC101

Reflux Drum

59.4 DegC 70.0 M3/H MAN


Call View 1TIC100 1FIC100 DEVICE ALERT NR
CHECK PRM!
NAME PV M3/H
ALRM
SYS HELP ? 0.0
ALRM
Recycle Bin SV M3/H
1MC101
1MC101 0.0
36.2 M3/H
Feedstock
1FIC200
48.1 DegC MV %
1TIC400 Steam 0.0
Oscill TR
Overview
Dist TR
Dynamic
Reboiler 100.0
Instruments Bottom
31.7 M3/H
Extraction
Window Control Compressor okay
25.9 %
1FIC300 80.0
1LIC300

ALRM Prc0001S0102.xls - Microsoft Excel


1MC300 Tag Display
? 60.0
A1
Builder Ready
A B C D E F 40.0
1
2
20.0
3
4
5 0.0
6

Ready 7
NUM
Sheet1 Sheet2 Sheet3
Command 100% - +

Operation and Window of general-purpose Operation and


monitoring window Windows application monitoring window
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Figure Image Window

3. Click on the following button in the image window.

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4. A dialog box will appear; select a screen image saved in a file.

Open

Look in: bmp

Name Date taken Tags Size


CG0001_1s1
FullScreen_1_1_s1

File name: *.bmp Open

Files of type: *.bmp Cancel

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Figure Open Dialog Box

5. Select a file containing the screen image to be displayed.


6. Click on the [Open] button.
7. The screen image saved in the selected file will be displayed in the image window.

n Outputting a Screen Image to the Printer


The screen image displayed in the image window can be output to the printer.
1. In the image window, click on the following button on the tool bar.

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2. A dialog box to perform print setting will appear.

Print

Printer EM-930C OK

Reverse Monochrome Cancel

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Figure Print Dialog Box

3. Set the output destination printer and output mode.

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8. When a System Error Occurred


When a system error occurs, an alarm tone will sound and a system alarm message will
be generated to notify the operator.

SEE
ALSO • For more information about setting the alarm tones, see the following:
Section E4.3.3, “Buzzer Tab” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”
• For using Consolidated Alarm Management Software (CAMS for HIS), see the following:
Section E12. “Consolidated Alarm Management Software” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

n Confirming system alarm messages in the System Message Banner


If a system alarm message is generated, the system alarm message button in the System
Message Banner flashes.
Blinks if a system alarm message is generated

• FCS0101 Batch Manager Ready 2008/03/03 14:35


? • FCS0101 RIGHT Control
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0 0 0 • FCS0101 RIGHT Manual Reset Start TESTUSER

Message display area


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Figure Buttons in System Message Banner

1. If a system alarm message is generated, the system alarm message button in the System
Message Banner flashes and the system alarm message appears in the Message Display
area.
2. Click the Message Display area in the System Message Banner. Or the blinking button.
System Alarm view appears.
3. If you want to view the detailed information on the message, click the message and click the
[HELP] button.
The detailed information on the message appears in the HELP window.

SEE
ALSO For the details of system alarm messages, see the following:
“Operating Messages” (IM 33M05D20-40E)

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4. To acknowledge all messages at once, click on the acknowledge button.
To acknowledge messages individually, select the messages to be acknowledged and click
on the acknowledge button.
Acknowledge
Delete

.SA System Alarm Message

HELP

1 0823 01/14 03:20:01 Printer PRINTER 1 Offline


2 0502 01/14 02:31:02 DataBase Equalize Complete
3 0510 01/14 02:30:57 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = ClsDef.odb
4 0510 01/14 02:30:57 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TrDspAssign.odb
5 0510 01/14 02:30:57 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TrAssign.odb
6 0502 01/14 02:29:33 DataBase Equalize Complete
7 0510 01/14 02:29:23 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = ClsMng.odb
8 0510 01/14 02:29:23 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TrDef.odb
9 0823 01/12 09:50:03 Printer PRINTER 1 Offline
10 0502 01/12 09:28:46 DataBase Equalize Complete
11 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OGAR010101.odb
12 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = SDAR010101.odb
13 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = Inst0357.odb
14 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFAR010101.odb
15 0510 01/12 09:28:37 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFFCS0101.odb
16 0471 01/12 09:28:28 FCS0101 Online Download Complete
17 0502 01/09 06:29:46 DataBase Equalize Complete
18 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OPSBL1.dsp
19 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = UTSW1.dsp
20 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OPSFC1.dsp
21 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = SFCSW1.dsp
22 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = OGAR010101.odb
23 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = SDAR010101.odb
24 0510 01/09 06:29:41 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = Inst0357.odb
25 0510 01/09 06:29:40 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFAR010101.odb
26 0510 01/09 06:29:40 Data Base Download from YOKOGAWA File = TFFCS0101.odb
Ready Range: All 26/77

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Figure Acknowledging the System Alarm Message

5. With a group acknowledgment, all of the unacknowledged messages are acknowledged;


with an individual acknowledgment, the selected messages are acknowledged.
6. Click on the delete button.
7. All of the acknowledged messages will be deleted.

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n Confirming in the System Status Overview View


1. Call the system status overview view

.SO System Status Overview


FCS

FCS
IOM

MYPJT1 Domain : 01 V net1 V net2


Fail

Fail
FCS0101 FCS0102 FCS0103 FCS0104 FCS0105 FCS0106

ACG0109 ACG0110 BCVL0111 BCVL0112

HIS0119 HIS0120 HIS0121 HIS0122 HIS0123 HIS0124

Ready

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Figure System Status Overview View (CENTUM VP system)

SEE
ALSO • For the steps to call the system status overview view, see the following:
“n Outputting the Screen Image to a File” in 7.1, “Outputting the Screen Image of Currently Displayed
Windows”
• For the details of System Status Overview, see the following:
Section E4.1, “System Staus Overview” in “Reference (IM 33M01A30-40E)”

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2. Call individual status display views from the system status overview view.
Double-click on the FCS icon to call the FCS status display view; double-click on the BCV
icon to call the BCV status display view.

Fail

Fail
Both sides Left side Right side
CPU Fail CPU Fail CPU Fail
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Figure FCS Error Status Display

Communication error
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Figure BCV Error Status Display

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Figure Under Test

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Ind-1

CENTUM VP
HIS Operation
IM 33M05D10-40E 2nd Edition

INDEX
B S
Block Mode............................................................ 4-6 Screen Image......................................................... 7-1
Browser Bar........................................................... 1-8 Security.................................................................. 1-2
Short Cut Key......................................................... 3-5
C System Message Banner...................................... 1-7
CAMS for HIS.......................................................5-18 System Status Overview View............................... 8-3
Circulate function................................................... 3-4
T
F Tight Shut.............................................................4-10
Filter Dialog Box..................................................... 5-9 Trend View............................................................. 6-2
Full Open..............................................................4-10

G
Graphic View.......................................................... 2-1

H
Help Window........................................................5-15
HIS......................................................................... 1-1

I
Instrument Faceplate............................................. 4-1

M
Message................................................................ 5-1
Multiple-Monitor..................................................... 3-9

O
Operation And Monitoring Windows...................... 1-4
Operation Mark...................................................... 4-8
Operation Panel Mode........................................... 3-2

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Rev-1

Revision Information
 Title : CENTUM VP HIS Operation
 Manual No. : IM 33M05D10-40E

Dec. 2009/2nd Edition/R4.02 or later*


* : Denotes the release number of the software corresponding to the contents of this user’s manual.
The revised contents are valid until the next edition is issued.
viii Descriptions of Trademark Acknowledgements are changed.

Mar. 2008/1st Edition/R4.01 or later


Newly published.

n For Questions and More Information


If you have any questions, you can send an E-mail to the following address.
E-mail: support-CENTUM@csv.yokogawa.co.jp
n If you want more information about Yokogawa products, you can visit Yokogawa’s
homepage at the following web site.
Homepage: http://www.yokogawa.com/
n Written by Process Automation Product Marketing Dept.
Industrial Automation Systems Business Div.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation
n Published by Yokogawa Electric Corporation
2-9-32 Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8750, JAPAN
n Printed by KOHOKU PUBLISHING & PRINTING INC.

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