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QUICK START GUID E ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS OPC Server and Honeywell Experion PKS ® PROCESS AUTOMATION

QUICK START GUIDE

ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS OPC Server and Honeywell Experion PKS

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PROCESS AUTOMATION

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E ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS OPC Server and Honeywell Experion PKS ® PROCESS AUTOMATION OPC Released EDM checkout
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Index of Contents

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1 Explanation of Symbols

1.1 Safety-relevant Symbols

1.2 Informative Symbols

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Basics

2.1

Preface

2.2 Schematic OPC Diagnostic Structure

3 FDS and OPC Server

3.1 FDS-Control Center Settings

3.2 FieldConnex R Diagnostic Server (FDS)

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3.3

OPC Server

Instructions

4.1 Maintaining the OPC Server with the Honeywell Experion PKS

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Explanation of Symbols

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1 Explanation of Symbols

1.1 Safety-relevant Symbols

This symbol indicates a warning about a possible danger. In the event the warning is ignored, the consequences may range fromissue 1 Explanation of Symbols 1.1 Safety-relevant Symbols personal injury to death or from damage to

personal injury to death or from damage to equipment to destruction.the warning is ignored, the consequences may range from This symbol warns of a possible fault.

This symbol warns of a possible fault. Failure to observe the instructions given in this warning may result in the device and any connected facilitiesinjury to death or from damage to equipment to destruction. or systems to it develop a

or systems to it develop a fault or fail completely. fault or fail completely.

1.2 Informative Symbols

develop a fault or fail completely. 1.2 Informative Symbols This symbol brings important information to your

This symbol brings important information to your attention.

This symbol marks an acting paragraph.

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Basics

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Basics

2.1 Preface

This guide is an introduction for a newcomer for getting off to a quick start with the Advanced Diagnostic FDS-OPC server in connection with Honeywell´s Experion PKS by explaining the few necessary essentials to maintain an OPC integration step by step. For more details of configuring, tuning and running of your specific installa- tion please refer to the chapter Application Engineering in the HD2-DM-A manual.

It is assumed that the user has knowledge about the use of Honeywell´s Experion PKS OPC-Client, for more details please refer to the respective user manual.

2.2 Schematic OPC Diagnostic Structure

In general the OPC diagnostic infrastructure is made up of different hardware (e.g. Diagnostic Modules, Fieldbus Power Hub motherboards, PCs) and software (e.g. FDS-OPC server, OPC client) components.

The figure 2.1 gives a stylized overview of all included components and how they in- teract in the whole composition.

The real assembly depends on your hardware and plant infrastruture. It also depends on your individual requirements.

Operator Application Honeywell Experion PKS OPC-DA Diagnostic Server FDS Serial Com Port Segment 1 Segment
Operator Application
Honeywell
Experion PKS
OPC-DA
Diagnostic Server
FDS
Serial Com Port
Segment 1
Segment 1
Segment 1
Segment 1
Diagnostic Bus
RS 485
Segment 2
Segment 2
Segment 2
Segment 2
HD2-DM-E HD2-DM-A
HD2-DM-E
Segment 3
Segment 3
Power Hub
Segment 3
Segment 3
Motherboard
Segment 4
Segment 4
Segment 4
Segment 4
Converter

Figure 2.1: Schematic structure

Part

Description

Segment 1

4

FOUNDATION Fieldbus segments

HD2-DM-A

Advanced Diagnostic Module plugged onto the Fieldbus Power Hub mother- board.

Diagnostic Server

Server or Cabinet PC on which the FieldConnex R Diagnostic Server (FDS) is running. The FDS is acting as an interface and a data access coordinator for the HD2-DM-A, includes the OPC-DA service and makes diagnosis informati- on available for the OPC clients. For further information about FDS and OPC server see chapter 3.

Operator Application

PC on which the Honeywell PKS is running.

Converter

Device that provides serial Ethernet to RS 485 connectivity. Because the

R

(COM-Port Converter)

FieldConnex

Diagnostic Server (FDS) is working on a serial Com Port only, a

converter is required to connect the FDS to the RS 485 Diagnostic Bus in the

field cabinets. The common solution is a connection via Ethernet/RS 485 Con- verter.

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FDS and OPC Server

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3 FDS and OPC Server

The FieldConnex R Diagnostic Server (FDS) and the OPC Server are administrated with a small front end application named FDS-Control Center. An icon within the taskbar shows the FDS status:

Center. An icon within the taskbar shows the FDS status: • Figure 3.1: FDS is running

Figure 3.1: FDS is running / not running

3.1 FDS-Control Center Settings

No Network Connectivity

Disable Windows TM Firewall for FieldConnex R Diagnostic Sever (FDS) before the

for FieldConnex R Diagnostic Sever (FDS) before the FDS is running for the fist time. Start

FDS is running for the fist time.for FieldConnex R Diagnostic Sever (FDS) before the Start FDS Control Center By default the FDS

Start FDS Control Center

By default the FDS Control Center starts with Windows TM (small icon within taskbar), if this did not happen, proceed as follows:

Choose Start/Programs/Pepperl+Fuchs/FDS Control Center

Change FDS Control Center Start Behavior

1. Right-Click on the FDS icon in the task-bar

2. Choose FDS Control Center

3. Choose Settings

The following settings can be made:

Setting

Behavior

Start FDS Control Center automati- cally

Whenever the PC is started, the FDS Ser- ver is started too.

Minimize on Start

The FDS Control Center starts with a small icon in the Task-Bar without sho- wing the front end application.

3.2 FieldConnex R Diagnostic Server (FDS)

The FieldConnex R Diagnostic Server is a background service that acts as an inter- face and a data access coordinator between the HD2-DM-A/DM-AM and the Diag- nostic Manager (see chapter 2.2).

3.2.1 FDS-Settings

Change FDS settings

To change the FDS start behavior proceed as follows:

1. Right-Click on the FDS icon in the task-bar

2. Choose FDS Control Center window FDS Control Center appears

FDS Control Center window FDS Control Center appears • 4 Figure 3.2: FDS Control Center Zumutbare

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Figure 3.2: FDS Control Center

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The following settings can be made:

Setting

Behavior

Start manually

The FDS Control Center has to be started manu- ally every time.

Start with Windows TM

The FDS Control Center is automatically started whenever Windows TM is loaded (no user login re- quired).

Start with Control Center

Whenever the FDS Control Center is started, the FDS Server is started together with it.

Change FDS Communication Settings

To change the FDS communication settings, proceed as follows:

1. Right-Click on the FDS icon inside the task-bar

2. Choose FDS Control Center window FDS Control Center appears

3. Choose FDS

4. Press the Stop button

5. Choose your corresponding SOAP communication port (Default port: 25061)

6. Press the Start button

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3.3 OPC Server

OPC servers provide a method for many different software packages to access data from a process control device. By default an OPC-DA server is installed together with the Diagnostic Manager. This OPC-DA server communicates with the FDS and pro- vides data for access from several OPC clients.

To access the OPC-DA server the OPC-Package must be installed.

3.3.1 OPC Server Name Space

The name space of the OPC-DA server is structured as follows:

space of the OPC-DA server is structured as follows: • Figure 3.3: OPC name space structure

Figure 3.3: OPC name space structure

Name

Meaning

FDSOPCService.DA

Name of the OPC service (PROG_ID)

FDS

TAG of the FDS server

Port

TAG of the FDS Port

DMA 001 (1-4)

TAG of the Diagnostic module and the appropriate segment

State

Describes the current status of the node by the follo- wing values:

0: Good 1: Maintenance Required 2: Out of Specification 3: Hardware Error 4: Communication Error (Meanings see below)

SummarizedState

Provides the highest prior State data value and the highest prior State data quality for the actual node and all subordinated nodes. (Priorities see below)

Value definitions and priorities

State value

Meaning

0 Good

 
 

1 Maintenance required

 

2 Out of Specification

 

3 Hardware error

 

4 Communication error

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State Data Quality

 

Meaning

BAD, Comm_FAILURE

A

communication error between OPC Server and

FDS Server has occured.

BAD, NON_SPECIFIC

FDS Server has not polled the Diagnostic Module yet (temporary state)

BAD,

A

segment is disabled

OUT_OF_SERVICE

 

UNCERTAIN,

Occurs if the Diagnostic Module is connected via the FDS to a Pepperl+Fuchs Fieldbus Gateway, which also process alarms. This is an invalid operating sta- te.

NON_SPECIFIC

GOOD

None of the above applies.

SummarizedState prio- rity

State Data Quality

HIGH

BAD, Comm_FAILURE

 

BAD, NON_SPECIFIC

 

UNCERTAIN, NON_SPECIFIC

LOW

GOOD

Ignored

BAD, OUT_OF_SERVICE

3.3.2 OPC Server Settings

Change OPC Server start behavior

1. Right-Click on the FDS icon in the task-bar

2. Choose FDS Control Center window FDS Control Center appears

3. Choose OPC Server

The following settings can be made:

Setting

Behavior

Start manually

The OPC Server has to be started manu- ally every time.

Start with Windows TM

The OPC Server is automatically started whenever Windows TM is loaded (no user login required).

Start with Control Center

Whenever the FDS Control Center is star- ted, the OPC Server is started together with it.

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4.1 Maintaining the OPC Server with the Honeywell Experion PKS

The following description assumes that the Advanced Diagnostic OPC server runs on a different PC than the Honeywell Experion PKS (OPC clients in this case).

To allow the OPC client to access the OPC server and to maintain the OPC service the following steps must be performed:

• Configure OPC Client and OPC Server PC

• Connect Experion PKS to the Diagnostic OPC Server

• Configure the infrastructure and data points within Experion PKS

Configure OPC Client and OPC Server PC

1. Define the PC on which the OPC server is running in the host table of the PC where Honeywell´s Experion PKS server is running and vice versa.

2. Define the "mngr account" on the OPC server PC with the same password as on the Experion PKS server PC.

3. Make sure that both, the Experion PKS PC and the OPC server PC belong to the same Windows Workgroup or Domain.

server PC belong to the same Windows Workgroup or Domain. Check Firewall options Make sure that

Check Firewall options Make sure that on both Client and Server PC the DCOM port (default 135) is released for network communication.

Connect Experion PKS to the Diagnostic OPC Server

1. Copy the file FDSOPCServiceDA.exe (C:\Programs\Pepperl- Fuchs\DTM\FieldConnex Diagnostic\FDS) from the server PC to the Experi- on PC.

2. Open command window (Start/Run and type in cmd)

3. Type in the command shown below to register the Diagnostic OPC server on the Experion server PC.

the Diagnostic OPC server on the Experion server PC. • 8 Subject to reasonable modifications due

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4. Choose Start/ Run and type in “dcomcnfg” Window Component Services appears

type in “dcomcnfg” Window Component Services appears • 5. Right-Click on „My Computer/DCOM Config/FDSOPCService

5. Right-Click on „My Computer/DCOM Config/FDSOPCService DA“ and choose Properties

6. Choose the“ Location“ tab

7. Select check box "Run application on the following computer:" Click "Browse" to locate the server computer on which the Diagnostic OPC server is running.

computer on which the Diagnostic OPC server is running. • 8. Test the OPC connection with

8. Test the OPC connection with the Softing Toolbox Demo Client available on the FieldConnex Advanced Diagnostic product CD.

available on the FieldConnex Advanced Diagnostic product CD. DCOM safety settings Make sure that on both

DCOM safety settings Make sure that on both Client and Server PC the user "mngr account" is present within the DCOM safety dialog and all authorizations are set.

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Test the connection with the Softing OPC Toolbox Demo Client

A smart way to validate the OPC connectivity between OPC client and OPC server is to use the Softing Toolbox Demo Client you can find on the Advanced Diagnostic CD in the folder Tools/OPC client.

Perform the following steps on the OPC client (Experion PKS PC):

1. Start SOClient.exe

2. Choose from the OPC server tab/Remote

3. Choose the PC the Diagnostic OPC server is running on

4. Choose Data Access V2

5. Doble-Click FDSOPCServiceDA

6. Change to tab DA Browse, now you are able to browse the OPC structure

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Configure the infrastructure and data points within Experion PKS

To receive data from the Diagnostic OPC server you have to configure the required infrastructure and data points on the "Experion Scada System". To do so, proceed as follows:

1. Build a Channel to the P+F OPC-server

as follows: 1. Build a Channel to the P+F OPC-server • 2. Build a controller for

2. Build a controller for the P+F OPC-server

• 2. Build a controller for the P+F OPC-server • Subject to reasonable modifications due to

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3. Build the required points for the status point provided by the P+F OPC-server (see chapter 3.3.1)

provided by the P+F OPC-server (see chapter 3.3.1) • • 12 Subject to reasonable modifications due

provided by the P+F OPC-server (see chapter 3.3.1) • • 12 Subject to reasonable modifications due

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Testing the OPC communication

To test the communication introduce some errors on a FF segment and see if they are reported by Experion PKS. To do so, proceed as follows:

1. Remove one of the terminators on the segment to generate an "Out of Speci- fication" status

2. Check the Alarm Summary of Experion PKS to see if an alarm has been repor- ted

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3. Double-click the alarm line to see the current status:

3. Double-click the alarm line to see the current status: For each FF-H1 link that is

For each FF-H1 link that is monitored through a P+F Advanced Diagnostics Module a status point must be built. Note that each P+F Advanced Diagnostics Module mo- nitors up to 4x FF-H1 links.

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