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<p>Technical InformationTI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Integrated Production Control System CENTUM VP System Overview (HMI Overview)</p> <p>Yokogawa Electric Corporation 2-9-32, Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo, 180-8750 Japan Tel.: 81-422-52-5634 Fax.: 81-422-52-9802</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E Copyright Sep. 2011 (YK) 1st Edition Sep. 2011 (YK)</p> <p>Blank Page</p> <p>i</p> <p>IntroductionCENTUM VP is an integrated production control system that manages and controls the operation of plants in a wide variety of industries, including petroleum reneries, chemical, steel, food, power, and so forth. This manual (System Overview (HMI Overview)) provides a simple overview of the HIS (Human Interface Station) of CENTUM VP HMI (Human Machine Interface). Before reading this manual, rst read the separate System Overview (General Overview) manual to understand the overview of the CENTUM VP, and then read this manual. After that, proceed to detailed material, such as General Specications.</p> <p> Relevant ManualTI 33K01A10-50E CENTUM VP System Overview (General Overview) TI 33K01A12-50E CENTUM VP System Overview (FCS Overview) TI 32R01B10-01E Safety Instrumented System ProSafe-RS System Overview</p> <p> Target Readership for This ManualThis manual is mainly intended for: Instrumentation, electric, and computer engineers who are evaluating CENTUM VP for purchase or who will be in charge of installation.</p> <p> None on FiguresFigures described in this manual may be highlighted or simplied, or partially omitted for the convenience of explanation.</p> <p> Trademarks CENTUM, ProSafe, Vnet/IP, and Exaopc are registered trademarks of Yokogawa Electric Corporation. Windows is registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in United States and/or other countries. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation. Other product and company names may be registered trademarks of their respective companies (the TM or R mark is not displayed).</p> <p>All Rights Reserved Copyright 2011, Yokogawa Electric Corporation</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>Blank Page</p> <p>Toc-1</p> <p>Integrated Production Control System CENTUM VP System Overview (HMI Overview)TI 33K01A11-50E 1st Edition</p> <p>CONTENTSIntroduction ..............................................................................................................i 1. Overview of CENTUM VP HIS.................................................................. 1-11.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Ergonomic Design Concept ............................................................................ 1-1 Consolidated Alarm Management Software (CAMS for HIS) ....................... 1-1 Remote Operation and Monitoring Functions ............................................... 1-2 Multiple and Wide Monitor Support ................................................................ 1-2 High-speed Data Update .................................................................................. 1-2 Succession of Operability ............................................................................... 1-2 Desktop Type HIS .............................................................................................. 2-1 Console Type HIS .............................................................................................. 2-2 Operation Keyboard ......................................................................................... 2-3 Multiple and Wide Monitor Support ................................................................ 2-4 Overall Operation and Monitoring Functions ................................................ 3-2 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.3 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.3.4 3.3.5 Display Layout ................................................................................... 3-2 System Message Banner .................................................................. 3-3 Browser Bar ....................................................................................... 3-3 HIS Desktop Area .............................................................................. 3-4 Graphic View with Graphic Attribute .................................................. 3-5 Graphic View with Control Attribute ................................................... 3-6 Faceplate View (Instrument Faceplates) ........................................... 3-7 Trend View ......................................................................................... 3-9 Tuning View ..................................................................................... 3-12 CAMS for HIS Message Monitor ..................................................... 3-13 Report Function ............................................................................... 3-16 Server for Remote Operation and Monitoring Function .................. 3-19 CENTUM Desktop ........................................................................... 3-19 Security ............................................................................................ 3-20 HIS Utility ......................................................................................... 3-24TI 33K01A11-50E Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>2.</p> <p>Hardware ................................................................................................... 2-12.1 2.2 2.3 2.4</p> <p>3.</p> <p>Operation and Monitoring Functions ..................................................... 3-13.1</p> <p>Operation and Monitoring Window ................................................................. 3-5</p> <p>Operation and Monitoring Support Functions ............................................ 3-16</p> <p>Toc-23.4 Windows for System Administration ............................................................ 3-26 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 3.4.5 System Status Overview.................................................................. 3-26 System Alarm View .......................................................................... 3-27 FCS Status Display View ................................................................. 3-28 HIS Status Display View .................................................................. 3-29 HIS Setup Window ........................................................................... 3-30</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>1. Overview of HIS for CENTUM VP</p> <p>1-1</p> <p>1.</p> <p>Overview of CENTUM VP HISCENTUM VP introduces a new human interface station (HIS) that let operators to access information more easily, quickly and intuitively. The HIS inherited the excellent operation methods from traditional CENTUM series, and moreover, it adopts an ergonomic design for effective operating and monitoring environments.</p> <p>F010001E.ai</p> <p>Figure Example of HIS Window</p> <p>1.1</p> <p>The HIS for CENTUM VP adopts a new design concept Simple &amp; Intuitive from the viewpoint of ergonomics. Icons and information allocation based on the above design concept and the latest look-and-feel provide operators with comfortable operation and monitoring environments causing fewer physical and mental burdens on operators.</p> <p>Ergonomic Design Concept</p> <p>1.2</p> <p>Based on the latest alarm management guidelines (*1), Yokogawa developed a Consolidated Alarm Management Software for the process operator in the HIS. This software saves operators from alarm ooding and to deliver only necessary alarms at the right timing.*1: EEMUA (Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association) No. 191.</p> <p>Consolidated Alarm Management Software (CAMS for HIS)</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>1. Overview of HIS for CENTUM VP</p> <p>1-2</p> <p>1.3</p> <p>Plants can be operated and monitored from a remote location. Remote operation and monitoring can be made from a general purpose PC in an ofce far from the central control room.</p> <p>Remote Operation and Monitoring Functions</p> <p>1.4</p> <p>One HIS supports up to four monitors as well as a widescreen LCD (16:10 aspect ratio). The scope of one operators responsibility widens, and the amount of information to be processed is increasing. To cope with these demands, the multiple monitors display many pieces of information to improve work effectiveness.</p> <p>Multiple and Wide Monitor Support</p> <p>1.5 1.6</p> <p>Data acquisition functions allow display updating as fast as 1 sec. This level of performance is required for manual control of pressure and ow.</p> <p>High-speed Data Update</p> <p>The same operability as for a conventional HMI, such as touch operations and eight-controlkey operation, 64 function keys, and the like, has been achieved. In addition, when operability changes with a CENTUM evolution, such as CAMS for HIS and Multi-window mode, specic functions following the operability are provided.</p> <p>Succession of Operability</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>2. Hardware</p> <p>2-1</p> <p>2.</p> <p>HardwareThe HIS includes two types: a desktop type HIS with a general purpose PC and a operation keyboard, and a console type HIS incorporating a general PC, monitor and operation keyboard in a dedicated console assembly. An operation keyboard is a onetouch operation-based keyboard succeeding conventional HMI operability. One HIS supports up to four monitors.</p> <p>2.1</p> <p>A desktop type HIS runs on a general purpose PC (IBM PC/AT-compatible machine) with Microsoft Windows installed. The desktop type HIS achieves a simple operation and monitoring environment based on the mouse operation. Moreover, an additional operation keyboard achieves the same operability as a conventional console type HMI excluding partial functions.</p> <p>Desktop Type HIS</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>2. Hardware</p> <p>2-2</p> <p>2.2</p> <p>A console type HIS is composed of dual-stacked LCDs, a touch panel function, eight-control-key operation keyboard and auxiliary contact I/Os. A number of console type HISes can be installed in a row. The console type HIS includes two types: an enclosed display style console type provided with a conventional external view, and an open display style console type using LCDs and allowing the selection of monitors and types of keyboards. The following shows external views of a console type HIS.Upper LCD (option)</p> <p>Console Type HIS</p> <p>Touch panel (option) LCD General purpose PC Drawer Operation keyboard Engineering keyboard (general purpose PC keyboard) Mouse (general purpose PC mouse) Enclosed display style console assemblyF020201E.ai</p> <p>Figure Enclosed Display Style Console Type HISUpper LCD (option)</p> <p>Touch panel (option) LCD Operation keyboard (option)</p> <p>Drawer</p> <p>Engineering keyboard (general purpose PC keyboard) Mouse (general purpose PC mouse)</p> <p>General purpose PC Open Display Style Console AssemblyF020202E.ai</p> <p>Figure Open Display Style Console Type HIS</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>2. Hardware</p> <p>2-3</p> <p>2.3</p> <p>The operation keyboard uses dust- and drip-proof at keys with a functional key layout based on a one-touch operation. The operation keyboard includes an eight-control-key operation keyboard usable in a console type HIS and a one-control-key operation keyboard usable in a desktop type HIS.Mode Change key Tuning keys System maintenance panel</p> <p>Operation Keyboard</p> <p>Operation confirmation keys Function keys (64)</p> <p>Mouse</p> <p>Data entry keysF020301E.ai</p> <p>Figure Eight-control-key Operation KeyboardMode Change key</p> <p>Function keys (32)</p> <p>Operation confirmation keys Tuning keys</p> <p>Data entry keysF020302E.ai</p> <p>Figure One-control-key Operation Keyboard</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>2. Hardware</p> <p>2-4</p> <p>2.4</p> <p>One HIS supports up to four monitors as well as widescreen at panels (16:10 aspect ratio). Thus the amount of information displayed with one HIS has increased. (*1)*1: The console type HIS supports only conventional type (4:3) monitors up to two monitors at maximum.</p> <p>Multiple and Wide Monitor Support</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>3. Operation and Monitoring Functions</p> <p>3-1</p> <p>3.</p> <p>Operation and Monitoring FunctionsThis chapter describes typical operation and monitoring functions. The following shows the overall conguration of operation and monitoring functions.Operation and Monitoring Functions Common Functions Syst em Message Banner Browser Bar Operation Screen Mode Window Hierarchy Plant hierarchy Panel Set Circulate Function Print Screen Functions Related builder Shortcut Key Operation and Monitoring Windows Graphic View Graphic Attribute Faceplate View Control Attribute Trend View Overview Attribute Tuning View CAMS for HIS Message Monitoring View Operator Guide View Process Alarm View Message Monitoring View Help Window Operation and Monitoring Support Functions Report Function Remote Operation and Monitoring Function CENTUM Desktop Environment Customization Security Functions Process Report View Historical Message Report Functions Line Printer Advanced alarm filter Consolidated Historical Message Viewer Voice message Multiple-Monitor Function FCS Data Setting/Acquisition Functions Open Interfaces Remote Desktop Function System Maintenance Functions System Status Overview View System Alarm View FCS Status Display View HIS Status Display View BCV Status Display View HIS Setup Window Time Setting Dialog Control Status Display Windows Control Drawing View Sequence Table View Logic Chart View SFC View Device ViewerF030001E.ai</p> <p>Figure Operation and Monitoring Functions</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>3. Operation and Monitoring Functions</p> <p>3-2</p> <p>3.1</p> <p>This section provides the following functions getting involved in overall operation and monitoring functions. Display layout System message banner Browser bar HIS desktop area</p> <p>Overall Operation and Monitoring Functions</p> <p>3.1.1</p> <p>Display LayoutThe HIS display is composed of a system message banner, browser bar and HIS desktop area as shown below.System message banner?0 17 0</p> <p> FCS0101 FCS0101 FCS0101Tank A trame</p> <p>Batch Manager Ready RIGHT Control RIGHT Manual Reset StartTank B trame Procese A trame Geaotine trame</p> <p>03/23/2009 19:06Copy</p> <p>TESTUSER</p> <p>OverviewView Trend Plant TG0701 TG0801 GR0003 GR0004 GR0005 TG0901 GR0006 GR0007 SYSTEM .AL ? .OG .SO .SH .SA .SF FCS0101 .SF FCS0102</p> <p>ME IFRMG PUMP IM500 CW RE 11RM</p> <p>ME IFRMG PUMPXXXXXX XXXXXX 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10</p> <p>FM001 AC1400</p> <p>TI1501 PM2000 FM002 AM401</p> <p>.PR</p> <p>PRODUCT</p> <p>Comment Process Alarm Address /SYSTEM/.AL Favorite favorite-1P</p> <p>A BPELMPS</p> <p>MYPJT1Search</p> <p>C</p> <p>Name InputWindow Name InputCall</p> <p>FI4002</p> <p>FI4002</p> <p>NAME</p> <p>Default Station Information</p> <p>Ready03/23/2009 19:06</p> <p>Browser bar</p> <p>HIS desktop area</p> <p>F030101E.ai</p> <p>Figure Display Screen</p> <p>TI 33K01A11-50E</p> <p>Sep. 22, 2011-00</p> <p>3. Operation and Monitoring Functions</p> <p>3-3</p> <p>3.1.2</p> <p>System Message BannerThe System Message Banner expresses the alarm occurrence status visually. The alarm occurrence status is shown by colors and ashing of operation buttons, and the message display. The System Message Banner is always displayed at the top of the display, so will never be hidden behind other windows.Message display area Date-time display YOKOGAWA symbol mark</p> <p>?11 6 5</p> <p>AF01</p> <p> PIC100 F...</p>

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