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Honeywell Process Solutions Next Generation System 1
Honeywell
Process Solutions
Next Generation System
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ExperionExperion PlatformPlatform ArchitectureArchitecture Advanced Enterprise Wide Applications Business FLEX
ExperionExperion PlatformPlatform ArchitectureArchitecture
Advanced Enterprise Wide
Applications
Business FLEX
Workcenter
POMS, OptiVISION
Integrated
Plant Wide
Desktop
Physical
Data
Access
Security
Warehouse
for Business
Enterprise
PHD
Casual User
Secure Read Only
Process Display
Web Server
eServer
Applications
Building
Web Browsers Firewall Business Network
Web Browsers
Firewall
Business Network

Plant Asset

Remote Operations

Multivariable Control

Management

Experion Station

and Optimization

Asset Manager

Profit Suite

i m i z a t i o n Asset Manager Profit Suite Video as a
i m i z a t i o n Asset Manager Profit Suite Video as a
i m i z a t i o n Asset Manager Profit Suite Video as a

Video as a Process Sensor Digital Video Manager

Suite Video as a Process Sensor Digital Video Manager Pl an t Si l ti mu
Suite Video as a Process Sensor Digital Video Manager Pl an t Si l ti mu

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Video Ethernet Advanced Applications Network
Video Ethernet
Advanced Applications Network
on Integrator Video Ethernet Advanced Applications Network Redundant Global Database & Historian Experion Server

Redundant Global Database & Historian Experion Server

Redundant Global Database & Historian Experion Server Web-based Human Interface Experion Station ASM Operator

Web-based Human Interface Experion Station ASM Operator Effectiveness

Interface Experion Station ASM Operator Effectiveness Ergonomic Operator Consoles Icon Series Precision
Interface Experion Station ASM Operator Effectiveness Ergonomic Operator Consoles Icon Series Precision

Ergonomic Operator Consoles Icon Series

Precision Measurement and Control Quality Control System

Precision Measurement and Control Quality Control System Supervisory Control Network Regulatory, Logic Sequential
Supervisory Control Network Regulatory, Logic Sequential & Model Based Controls C300/ Field Rounds ML-200
Supervisory Control Network
Regulatory, Logic
Sequential & Model
Based Controls
C300/
Field Rounds
ML-200
Automation
IntelaTrac PKS
with Profit Loop
Redundant
and / or
Remote
I/O
Wireless
with Profit Loop Redundant and / or Remote I/O Wireless Transmitters Wireless Access Field Mobility Mobile
with Profit Loop Redundant and / or Remote I/O Wireless Transmitters Wireless Access Field Mobility Mobile

Transmitters

Wireless Access Field Mobility Mobile PKS
Wireless
Access
Field Mobility
Mobile PKS

SIL 3 FSSS/BMS Safety Manager

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Investment Protection for TPS/TDC Experion on LCN

FinalUpdate April05 [added UniSim, C300, Series C I/O]

Manager 2 Investment Protection for TPS/TDC Experion on LCN FinalUpdate April05 [added UniSim, C300, Series C
Manager 2 Investment Protection for TPS/TDC Experion on LCN FinalUpdate April05 [added UniSim, C300, Series C
TheThe ExperionExperion PKSPKS ControllerController andand I/O’sI/O’s True Redundancy … Most Powerful Controller…

TheThe ExperionExperion PKSPKS ControllerController andand I/O’sI/O’s

True Redundancy … Most Powerful Controller…

ExperionExperion PKSPKS ControllerController andand I/O’sI/O’s True Redundancy … Most Powerful Controller… 3
ExperionExperion PKSPKS ControllerController andand I/O’sI/O’s True Redundancy … Most Powerful Controller… 3
ExperionExperion PKSPKS ControllerController andand I/O’sI/O’s True Redundancy … Most Powerful Controller… 3
ExperionExperion PKSPKS ControllerController andand I/O’sI/O’s True Redundancy … Most Powerful Controller… 3

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ExperionExperion ControllerController
ExperionExperion ControllerController

Loop, Logic, and Sequence Control as fast as 50 mS (also 5mS)

Deterministic execution rate for each control module : 50msec, 100 msec, 200 msec, 500 msec, 1 sec and 2 sec.

One engineering tool

Fully Redundant with separate back-plane for each controller

Instant, seamless failover with Honeywell’s Redundancy Module

Redundant Power Supplies for Controller and I/O

Redundant network for peer-to-peer, Server, and I/O Communications

Peer-to-Peer with other Controllers

One database for controller, HMI, alarms, and events!

• One database for controller, HMI, alarms, and events! • • • S naps hot save
• • •

Snapshot save / restore services

On-line modification to control strategy

On-line migration of software releases

hot save / res t ore serv i ces On-line modification to control strategy On-line mi
hot save / res t ore serv i ces On-line modification to control strategy On-line mi

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Designed-verticalDesigned-vertical ExperionExperion ControllerController
Designed-verticalDesigned-vertical ExperionExperion ControllerController

Scheduling

Configurable execution periods and execution order

Schedule options:

Execution rate selectable per Module:

50ms, 100ms, 200ms, 250ms, 500ms, 1 sec, 2 sec

Peer update rates: @

100ms

250ms, 500ms, 1 sec, 2 sec • Peer update rates: @ 100ms PU Capacity • –

PU Capacity

• – Approximately equal to 3 HPM Controllers MaximumMaximum PerformancePerformance inin MinimumMinimum
– Approximately equal to 3
HPM Controllers
MaximumMaximum PerformancePerformance inin MinimumMinimum FootprintFootprint
Approximately equal to 3 HPM Controllers MaximumMaximum PerformancePerformance inin MinimumMinimum FootprintFootprint 5
Approximately equal to 3 HPM Controllers MaximumMaximum PerformancePerformance inin MinimumMinimum FootprintFootprint 5

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Engineering the Experion … - Concentrate on your Process, Not the DCS - Easy t

Engineering the Experion

- Concentrate on your Process, Not the DCS

- Easy to maintain, modify, diagnose or troubleshoot

Experion … - Concentrate on your Process, Not the DCS - Easy t o ma intai
Experion … - Concentrate on your Process, Not the DCS - Easy t o ma intai
Experion … - Concentrate on your Process, Not the DCS - Easy t o ma intai
Experion … - Concentrate on your Process, Not the DCS - Easy t o ma intai

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ExperionExperion EngineeringEngineering Current Conditions….?
ExperionExperion EngineeringEngineering
Current Conditions….?

In all control systems you need to define tags…

– While configuring the tag for a loop
While configuring the Group Page ( Many times if required in many pages)
– While configuring the Trend Page (Many times if required in many pages)
– While configuring the History Trending

• – – – – • – –

In all control systems you can have mistakes of

Duplicate Tags Wrong Tag number in Graphics Wrong Tag number in Group / Trend / History assignment No help available from the system

assignment N o hel p ava ila ble f rom th e sys t em In

In all control systems

On-Line downloading has lot of limitations There is no comparison between Controller data and Engineering data

systems On-Line downloading has lot of limitations There is no comparison between Controller data and Engineering
systems On-Line downloading has lot of limitations There is no comparison between Controller data and Engineering

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ControlControl BuilderBuilder
ControlControl BuilderBuilder

Provides “single point of build” for Loop, Logic, Device, Sequences, and Fieldbus!

ONE Database:

Logic, Device, Sequences, and Fieldbus! • ONE Database: – Controller – HMI – Applications – All

Controller

HMI

Applications

All system nodes

Graphic Editing

Incremental Edit & Download

Partial Download

Version Management

Automatic Tracking of Logic Step

• • • •

Common Tool for Controller (CEE) & Fieldbus Devices

Hierarchical Building

Template Defining with Instantiation and Propagation

Symbol Customization and SAMA representation

Template Defining with Instantiation and Propagation S ym bol C us t om iza ti on
Template Defining with Instantiation and Propagation S ym bol C us t om iza ti on

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ControlControl ModuleModule ExampleExample Dockable Tree Views: • Library • Project Click for Detailed gu Confi
ControlControl ModuleModule ExampleExample
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Exhaustive Parameter List •Example of a PID’s Accessible Parameter List for monitoring and control strategies
Exhaustive Parameter List
•Example of a PID’s Accessible
Parameter List for monitoring and
control strategies
•Available for EACH PID
•Example of a PID’s Accessible Parameter List for monitoring and control strategies •Available for EACH PID
•Example of a PID’s Accessible Parameter List for monitoring and control strategies •Available for EACH PID

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SCMSCM ExampleExample Embedded Operator Instructions Step Blocks Link to KnowledgeBuilder Transition Blocks
SCMSCM ExampleExample
Embedded Operator
Instructions
Step Blocks
Link to
KnowledgeBuilder
Transition Blocks
Configured Handlers
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ControlControl Builder:Builder: LiveLive MonitoringMonitoring Colors indicate the current status of the active output
ControlControl Builder:Builder: LiveLive MonitoringMonitoring
Colors indicate the
current status of the
active output steps
Indication of
active step
And transition
conditions
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ControlControl BuilderBuilder CompareCompare ParameterParameter
ControlControl BuilderBuilder CompareCompare ParameterParameter

Never miss changes made by operators, during tuning, etc!

On download, the system will compare the object to be loaded with the object in the controller and show the differences

Can be used stand-alone

Optional - Enabled on a system basis

User can decide if the controller values should be overwritten or stop and review list

values should be overwritten or stop and review list • Ensures that changes made in t
values should be overwritten or stop and review list • Ensures that changes made in t
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values should be overwritten or stop and review list • Ensures that changes made in t

Ensures that changes made in the controller are detected when a module is re-loaded

or stop and review list • Ensures that changes made in t he controller are detected
or stop and review list • Ensures that changes made in t he controller are detected

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ControlControl BuilderBuilder CompareCompare ParameterParameter
ControlControl BuilderBuilder CompareCompare ParameterParameter

Engineer can individually select whether particular controller parameters are overwritten when downloaded

individually select whether particular controller parameters are overwritten when downloaded Download is selectable 14

Download is selectable

individually select whether particular controller parameters are overwritten when downloaded Download is selectable 14
individually select whether particular controller parameters are overwritten when downloaded Download is selectable 14
individually select whether particular controller parameters are overwritten when downloaded Download is selectable 14

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CompareCompare ParameterParameter ReportReport OutputOutput
CompareCompare ParameterParameter ReportReport OutputOutput
CompareCompare ParameterParameter ReportReport OutputOutput 15
CompareCompare ParameterParameter ReportReport OutputOutput 15
CompareCompare ParameterParameter ReportReport OutputOutput 15

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IntegratedIntegrated SIL3SIL3 SystemSystem 16

IntegratedIntegrated SIL3SIL3 SystemSystem

IntegratedIntegrated SIL3SIL3 SystemSystem 16
IntegratedIntegrated SIL3SIL3 SystemSystem 16
IntegratedIntegrated SIL3SIL3 SystemSystem 16
IntegratedIntegrated SIL3SIL3 SystemSystem 16

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CertificationsCertifications andand ApprovalsApprovals More recent certifications…. • IEC 61508 certification –
CertificationsCertifications andand ApprovalsApprovals
More recent certifications….
• IEC 61508 certification
– Factory and development process certification since 1995
– FSC QMR and Safety Manager PKS certification (SIL 3)
– Proven in use with more than 15 years track record
• NFPA 72
– Applications in Fire & Gas protection
– Approved F&G application manuals
• NFPA 85 & 86
– Applications for Burner Management Systems
– Approved BMS applications manuals
• European Explosive Directive (ATEX) 94/9/EC
– FSC QMR ATEX solution manual
– CE mark
• FM 36 Class 1 Div 2
– Non incendive field wiring for field interface.
– Installation within Class 1 Div 2 environment
Class 1 Div 2 – Non incendive field wiring for field interface. – Installation within Class
Class 1 Div 2 – Non incendive field wiring for field interface. – Installation within Class

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IntegratedIntegrated SISSIS SolutionSolution
IntegratedIntegrated SISSIS SolutionSolution
Control, Safety & Operations
Control,
Safety
& Operations

Operator

Station

Control, Safety & Operations Operator Station Experion PKS Db Servers F&G Mimic Panel Switches

Experion PKS Db Servers

F&G Mimic Panel

Switches F&G Safety System Controllers
Switches
F&G
Safety System
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GLASS • Mitigation • PA/GA • MCC Fire detectors Optional integration via DSA ESD/BMS/FSSS Safety System

Optional integration via DSA

• MCC Fire detectors Optional integration via DSA ESD/BMS/FSSS Safety System Safe communications HART G as

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Safety System Safe communications HART G as d t t e ec ors 4-20 ma Devices

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SIL3 FSSS/BMS Overview display on Experion
SIL3 FSSS/BMS Overview display on Experion

Integration to Process Control

System Diagnostics

Field Devices Diagnostics

Alarm Visualization

Event Historian

Event statuses

GAS DETECTOR
GAS DETECTOR
COMMON GAS ALARM COMMON FIRE ALARM COMMON ALARMS AND FAULTS
COMMON GAS ALARM
COMMON FIRE ALARM
COMMON ALARMS AND FAULTS
– Event statuses GAS DETECTOR COMMON GAS ALARM COMMON FIRE ALARM COMMON ALARMS AND FAULTS FLAME

FLAME DETECTOR

– Event statuses GAS DETECTOR COMMON GAS ALARM COMMON FIRE ALARM COMMON ALARMS AND FAULTS FLAME
– Event statuses GAS DETECTOR COMMON GAS ALARM COMMON FIRE ALARM COMMON ALARMS AND FAULTS FLAME
– Event statuses GAS DETECTOR COMMON GAS ALARM COMMON FIRE ALARM COMMON ALARMS AND FAULTS FLAME

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IntegratedIntegrated SafetySafety ManagementManagement SolutionsSolutions
IntegratedIntegrated SafetySafety ManagementManagement SolutionsSolutions

Safety Manager PKS

Honeywell’s next generation safety management system

Fully integrated with Experion for unified safety and control

Based on proven technology and almost 30 years of process safety experience

Quadruple Modular Redundant (QMR TM ) SIL 3 diagnostic based technology

The market leader in safety management solutions

Over 5000 systems installed world-wide

Comprehensive suite of safety solutions and services

– Over 5000 sys t ems i ns t a ll e d wor ld -wide
– Over 5000 sys t ems i ns t a ll e d wor ld -wide
– Over 5000 sys t ems i ns t a ll e d wor ld -wide
– Over 5000 sys t ems i ns t a ll e d wor ld -wide

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ExperionExperion PKSPKS -- HumanHuman InterfaceInterface Easy… Powerful … Open… 21

ExperionExperion PKSPKS -- HumanHuman InterfaceInterface

Easy… Powerful … Open…

ExperionExperion PKSPKS -- HumanHuman InterfaceInterface Easy… Powerful … Open… 21
ExperionExperion PKSPKS -- HumanHuman InterfaceInterface Easy… Powerful … Open… 21
ExperionExperion PKSPKS -- HumanHuman InterfaceInterface Easy… Powerful … Open… 21
ExperionExperion PKSPKS -- HumanHuman InterfaceInterface Easy… Powerful … Open… 21

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TheThe NewNew HumanHuman InterfaceInterface
TheThe NewNew HumanHuman InterfaceInterface

Open, standard file format

– Architecture to ride the HMI technology wave

– – • • • •
to ride the HMI technology wave – – • • • • Leverage commodity third-party technologies

Leverage commodity third-party technologies

Readily outsource development of system/custom displays

Casual access of system using standard Web Browser

State-of-the-art graphics rendering including animation & videos

Integrated displays with many data sources (3rd Party)

Evolutionary upgrade path

including animation & videos Integrated displays with many data sources (3rd Party) Evolutionary upgrade path 22
including animation & videos Integrated displays with many data sources (3rd Party) Evolutionary upgrade path 22
including animation & videos Integrated displays with many data sources (3rd Party) Evolutionary upgrade path 22

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Insert Trend of parameter / s in the same graphics 24
Insert Trend of
parameter / s in the
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HMIWebHMIWeb operatingoperating inin aa BrowserBrowser (IE,(IE, NetScape…)NetScape…)
HMIWebHMIWeb operatingoperating inin aa BrowserBrowser (IE,(IE, NetScape…)NetScape…)
HMIWebHMIWeb operatingoperating inin aa BrowserBrowser (IE,(IE, NetScape…)NetScape…) 38
HMIWebHMIWeb operatingoperating inin aa BrowserBrowser (IE,(IE, NetScape…)NetScape…) 38

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PopupPopup DisplaysDisplays
PopupPopup DisplaysDisplays

New Popup Features

includes pushpin

functionality that keeps

p when changing to another display

popup displays are not “contained” within Station

multiple popup displays per Station

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popup displays per Station “ ersistent ” even p o u p p • Template Popups

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popup displays per Station “ ersistent ” even p o u p p • Template Popups

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Template Popups (faceplate)

delivering standard set of template popup displays that are used with “standard” point types

displays that are used with “standard” point types – function like a point detail display •

function like a point detail display

indirect reference to data

used with “standard” point types – function like a point detail display • indirect reference to
used with “standard” point types – function like a point detail display • indirect reference to
used with “standard” point types – function like a point detail display • indirect reference to

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Multi-windowMulti-window FunctionsFunctions
Multi-windowMulti-window FunctionsFunctions

Includes popups and faceplates

Multi-windowMulti-window FunctionsFunctions • Includes popups and faceplates 40
Multi-windowMulti-window FunctionsFunctions • Includes popups and faceplates 40
Multi-windowMulti-window FunctionsFunctions • Includes popups and faceplates 40
Multi-windowMulti-window FunctionsFunctions • Includes popups and faceplates 40

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Chart Chart Chart Visualization Visualization Visualization • See controller logic from Station • Eliminate
Chart
Chart
Chart Visualization
Visualization
Visualization
• See controller logic from Station
• Eliminate Interlock Displays
Links to
documentation
Operator
Detail Displays
Instructions
• Operator information for every point
(Honeywell or 3rd-party)
• Pre-built! Available the instant the point is
Color-coded, real-
created
time
to Chart Visualization for points
Double-click to see
details (such as
field assignments)
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ChartChart VisualizationVisualization ---- POINTPOINT ProcessProcess PointPoint DetailDetail DisplayDisplay usingusing
ChartChart VisualizationVisualization ---- POINTPOINT
ProcessProcess PointPoint DetailDetail
DisplayDisplay usingusing ChartChart
VisualizationVisualization
• Double click on blocks to
expose more detailed
information.
• All parameters for the
block accessible.
• Data access limited
according to security
level!
LongerLonger AreaArea Codes,Codes, PointPoint IDsIDs andand DescriptionsDescriptions
LongerLonger AreaArea Codes,Codes, PointPoint IDsIDs andand DescriptionsDescriptions

Support for Area Codes up to 40 characters

uses “hover” to show truncated names

40 characters – uses “hover” to show truncated names • S uppor t f or PointIDs

Support for PointIDs of 40 characters

names • S uppor t f or PointIDs of 40 characters – • i – uses
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characters – • i – uses “hover” Support for Point Descr pt ons o 132 characters

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Built-In Trending & Built-In Trending & Trend Toolbar icon History History Many Trend Types •
Built-In Trending &
Built-In Trending &
Trend Toolbar icon
History
History
Many Trend Types
• A Global Database of up to 3000 Operator Trends
Configure once--available everywhere!
Call up trend by title
Trend Type
• Global Database of history for 1000s of parameters (unlimited
Easy config with
samples)
Point Browser
Rubberband
Included in every CCA Server
Zooming
• Variety of Trend Types
– Multiplot and Multirange
– Single, Dual, Triple
– X-Y
Declutter
– Numeric
• Easy online configuration with Point Browser
• Decluttering and “Hairline Selector”
• Rubber-band Zooming
• Copy and paste data directly into Excel!
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Copy/PasteCopy/Paste fromfrom ChartChart inin HMIWebHMIWeb
Copy/PasteCopy/Paste fromfrom ChartChart inin HMIWebHMIWeb

The HMIWeb chart element now supports copy/paste

• The HMIWeb chart element now supports copy/paste 1. Click on Trend and type <CTRL><C> 2.

1. Click on Trend and type <CTRL><C>

2. Click on cell in Spreadsheet and type <CTRL><V>
2. Click on cell in Spreadsheet and type <CTRL><V>
1. Click on Trend and type <CTRL><C> 2. Click on cell in Spreadsheet and type <CTRL><V>
1. Click on Trend and type <CTRL><C> 2. Click on cell in Spreadsheet and type <CTRL><V>

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System Diagnostic Page Channel Level Diagnostics / View 46
System Diagnostic Page
Channel Level Diagnostics / View
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Alarm Alarm Pager Pager
Alarm
Alarm
Pager
Pager

Page a mobile number with alarm information

Define what the message content will be

information • Define what the message content will be • Ability to define when to page
information • Define what the message content will be • Ability to define when to page

Ability to define when to page out Only page during certain times Alarms from specific points Alarms that a specific operator would normally see Alarms over a certain priority

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specific points Alarms that a specific operator would normally see Alarms over a certain priority –
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MobileMobile AccessibilityAccessibility
MobileMobile AccessibilityAccessibility
MobileMobile AccessibilityAccessibility Wireless Technology for Flexible Information Access Beyond the Control Room •

Wireless Technology for Flexible Information Access Beyond the Control Room

for Flexible Information Access Beyond the Control Room • Access to process graphics, control & monitoring

• Access to process graphics, control & monitoring data, digital video

• Operator rounds, equipment and safety inspection, tank gauging & lineups

• Important savings in commissioning and maintenance

• Full integration with other work process automation systems (Historian and CMMS)

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Unprecedented Scalability

U nprece d en ted S ca la bilit y 50
U nprece d en ted S ca la bilit y 50
U nprece d en ted S ca la bilit y 50
U nprece d en ted S ca la bilit y 50

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DistributedDistributed ServerServer ArchitectureArchitecture
DistributedDistributed ServerServer ArchitectureArchitecture

Creates a single virtual server

Integrates data, alarms, history, and events

Extends TRUE single database--NO duplication of data and NO Maintenance

Configured using existing displays in minutes!

Supported across releases

T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123•
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T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• WAN / LAN / Local Ethernet
T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• WAN / LAN / Local Ethernet
T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• WAN / LAN / Local Ethernet
T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• T123• WAN / LAN / Local Ethernet

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DistributedDistributed SystemSystem Architecture`Architecture`
DistributedDistributed SystemSystem Architecture`Architecture`
SystemSystem Architecture`Architecture` Site B Site A FIC101.PV FIC101.PV Dynamic Cache Dynamic
SystemSystem Architecture`Architecture` Site B Site A FIC101.PV FIC101.PV Dynamic Cache Dynamic

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Point is built only once

Operators connected to any server see the same info in the same way

connected to any server see the same info in the same way Information is published on
connected to any server see the same info in the same way Information is published on

Information is published on change and cached

Uses security without compromise

see the same info in the same way Information is published on change and cached Uses
see the same info in the same way Information is published on change and cached Uses

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WhatWhat isis DigitalDigital VideoVideo Manager?Manager?
WhatWhat isis DigitalDigital VideoVideo Manager?Manager?

A state of the art digital video system.

A real time solution that digitizes video from standard video cameras and uses a local area network (LAN) to transport video for viewing and storage.

A solution that displays video to System HMI clients anywhere on the network

An architecture based on open systems hardware including Ethernet communications, standard video streamers and cameras.

architecture based on open systems hardware including Ethernet communications, standard video streamers and cameras. 53
architecture based on open systems hardware including Ethernet communications, standard video streamers and cameras. 53
architecture based on open systems hardware including Ethernet communications, standard video streamers and cameras. 53
architecture based on open systems hardware including Ethernet communications, standard video streamers and cameras. 53

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Video Integration Video Integration Example Example 54
Video Integration
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DVM--BasicDVM--Basic ArchitectureArchitecture
DVM--BasicDVM--Basic ArchitectureArchitecture

Video Playback Video PTZ Control User initiated recording

From any HMI Station

Operator Stations

recording “ From any HMI Station ” Operator Stations Experion Server Network DVM network Switch FTE

Experion Server

From any HMI Station ” Operator Stations Experion Server Network DVM network Switch FTE Network Honeywell
From any HMI Station ” Operator Stations Experion Server Network DVM network Switch FTE Network Honeywell
Network DVM network Switch FTE Network
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DVM network Switch FTE Network Honeywell Di ital Video Alarm and Event Activation Video Capture Video
DVM network Switch FTE Network Honeywell Di ital Video Alarm and Event Activation Video Capture Video

Alarm and Event Activation

Video Capture Video Storage Video Archiving

Digital Tape

Storage

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Ethernet 10/100 BaseT Video Streamer Fixed or Pan, Tilt, Zoom Cameras Supported Video Compression Video Digitizing

Video Compression Video Digitizing

Ethernet 10/100 BaseT Video Streamer Fixed or Pan, Tilt, Zoom Cameras Supported Video Compression Video Digitizing
Ethernet 10/100 BaseT Video Streamer Fixed or Pan, Tilt, Zoom Cameras Supported Video Compression Video Digitizing

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LiveLive VideoVideo Consistent Tab Style Displays Explorer-style Camera Navigation Preset Location Controls
LiveLive VideoVideo
Consistent Tab
Style Displays
Explorer-style
Camera Navigation
Preset Location
Controls
Pan/Tilt/Zoom/Focus
Controls
Recording
Controls
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RecordingsRecordings 58
RecordingsRecordings
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DVMDVM FeaturesFeatures andand BenefitsBenefits
DVMDVM FeaturesFeatures andand BenefitsBenefits

Features

– Digital streaming on Ethernet. Install & move cameras freely

Fully integrated

Any Operator Station can see any camera or recording

Record on Alarm, Event, Schedule, or Operator Action

Pre-record period available

Benefits No space required for racks of video recorders No expensive video wiring No maintenance on video recorders No VCR tapes to break or fade Overcome limitations of the 4 hour VCR tape Open systems hardware - off the shelf replacement of parts Reduced labor costs - no more tape changing

– – – –
- off the shelf replacement of parts Reduced labor costs - no more tape changing –
- off the shelf replacement of parts Reduced labor costs - no more tape changing –
- off the shelf replacement of parts Reduced labor costs - no more tape changing –

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Profit Loop – What Is It?
Profit Loop – What Is It?

Model based, predictive control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments

LAN Experion Controllers
LAN
Experion
Controllers
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60
control algorithm that runs natively in Honeywell’s Experion PKS control environments LAN Experion Controllers 60

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Profit Loop PKS – What Is It Used For?
Profit Loop PKS – What Is It Used For?

Profit Loop is a next generation regulatory control algorithm. The technology can effectively REPLACE ALL PID CONTROL STRATEGIES in your plants.

PID Replacement Features:

• Better control performance

• Reduced valve wear-and-tear

PID-Comparable CPU requirements

• Single handle tuning (vs three)

CPU requirements • Single handle tuning (vs three) • • • Smart anti - windup Less
CPU requirements • Single handle tuning (vs three) • • • Smart anti - windup Less
• • •

Smart anti-windup

handle tuning (vs three) • • • Smart anti - windup Less sensitivity to process noise

Less sensitivity to process noise

Range Control Algorithm (RCA) with minimum move (OP travel) solution.

- windup Less sensitivity to process noise Rang e Control Al g orithm (RCA) with minimum
- windup Less sensitivity to process noise Rang e Control Al g orithm (RCA) with minimum

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Profit Loop PKS – What Is It Used For?
Profit Loop PKS – What Is It Used For?

Profit Loop also has additional features that apply to ADVANCED CONTROL STRATEGIES in your plants.

• Non-linear Level Control (Surge) • Deadtime Compensation • Inverse Response • And Other Difficult
• Non-linear Level Control
(Surge)
• Deadtime Compensation
• Inverse Response
• And Other Difficult Loops

Advanced Control Features:

• Range and Dual Range Control Discrete Analyzer Control

• Handles Complex Dynamics

• Process Optimization

• • •

Asynchronous PV Inputs

Smith Predictor Control

Predictive Alarming

• • • Asynchronous PV Inputs Smith Predictor Control P r e d i c t
• • • Asynchronous PV Inputs Smith Predictor Control P r e d i c t

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Profit Loop PKS – How Is It Implemented?
Profit Loop PKS – How Is It Implemented?

Experion Controller

Loop PKS – How Is It Implemented? Experion Controller PID-to-Profit Loop On-line Control Equation Option –
PID-to-Profit Loop On-line Control Equation Option
PID-to-Profit Loop On-line
Control Equation Option
PID-to-Profit Loop On-line Control Equation Option – A standard 50ms CEE FB that contains both standard

– A standard 50ms CEE FB that contains both standard PID and Profit Loop algorithms.
– Model configuration is greatly simplified and can be obtained directly from existing PID tuning or through additional configuration tools.

simplified and can be obtained directl y from existin g PID tuning or through additional configuration
simplified and can be obtained directl y from existin g PID tuning or through additional configuration
simplified and can be obtained directl y from existin g PID tuning or through additional configuration

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PointPoint DetailDetail DisplayDisplay -- AlarmsAlarms TabTab The PID-PL Block has the ability to alarm on
PointPoint DetailDetail DisplayDisplay -- AlarmsAlarms TabTab
The PID-PL
Block has the
ability to alarm
on predicted PV
so the Operator
can take action
before the alarm
limit is actually
reached.
the ability to alarm on predicted PV so the Operator can take action before the alarm
the ability to alarm on predicted PV so the Operator can take action before the alarm

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ProfitProfit LoopLoop AssistantAssistant –– ValveValve DoctorDoctor •T_con is the sampling time of the data that
ProfitProfit LoopLoop AssistantAssistant –– ValveValve DoctorDoctor
•T_con is the sampling
time of the data that
valve doctor used.
Select the Valve Doctor Tool to analyze the loop for hardware
problems before attempting to configure a model. Sticky
probability is the probability that stiction is occurring and needs
correction. OP and PV sticky values are the amplitudes of stiction
in their respective engineering units.
•Time Span indicates
the time duration of the
data that the valve
doctor used.
Both units are minutes.
units. •Time Span indicates the time duration of the data that the valve doctor used. Both
units. •Time Span indicates the time duration of the data that the valve doctor used. Both

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ProfitProfit LoopLoop AssistantAssistant -- DirectDirect ModelModel EntryEntry Users can use a tools to generate a
ProfitProfit LoopLoop AssistantAssistant -- DirectDirect ModelModel EntryEntry
Users can use a
tools to generate
a Laplace Model
or manually
enter the model
for their Profit
Loop block.
Users can use a tools to generate a Laplace Model or manually enter the model for
Users can use a tools to generate a Laplace Model or manually enter the model for

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Profit Loop PKS – Benefits
Profit Loop PKS – Benefits

Improved Control

Increase Control Performance (tighter control, less oscillation)

Increased Production Rates and Product Quality

Reduced Energy Costs ( increased plant efficiency, less air usage)

Rates and Product Quality • Red uce d E nergy C os t s ( i
Rates and Product Quality • Red uce d E nergy C os t s ( i
Rates and Product Quality • Red uce d E nergy C os t s ( i

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Profit Loop PKS – Benefits
Profit Loop PKS – Benefits

Reduced Valve Maintenance

Profit Loop PKS – Benefits Reduced Valve Maintenance • Reduced Valve Wear and Extended Valve Life

Reduced Valve Wear and Extended Valve Life 200% Increase packing life Extend time between maintenance

Increase packing life  Extend time between maintenance Pro fit L oop PKS resu lt s

Profit Loop PKS results in SIGNIFICANT Valve Travel Reduction

life  Extend time between maintenance Pro fit L oop PKS resu lt s in SIGNIFICANT
life  Extend time between maintenance Pro fit L oop PKS resu lt s in SIGNIFICANT

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Profit Loop PKS – Benefits
Profit Loop PKS – Benefits
Profit Loop Delivers a Much Smoother OP response
Profit Loop Delivers a Much Smoother OP response
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Profit Loop PKS – Benefits Profit Loop Delivers a Much Smoother OP response 69

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FaultFault TolerantTolerant EthernetEthernet (FTE)(FTE)
FaultFault TolerantTolerant EthernetEthernet (FTE)(FTE)

Patented Honeywell technology to make standard Ethernet robust and redundant.

No single point of Hardware or Software Failure

Transparent to applications with fast switchover

Use this with PKS, TPS, and 3rd-party PCs!

PKS to TPS APP Node Connection

PKS to 3rd-Party OPC Server or Client

Easy to implement! Simple configuration, no MAC address adjustment

• • •
configuration, no MAC address adjustment • • • Works with standard , off - the -

Works with standard, off-the-shelf PC and network hardware

Normal Ethernet : connections to other devices

Presently 100MBPS, future 1 GBPS

the - shelf PC and network hardware Normal Ethernet : connections to other devices Presently 100MBPS,
the - shelf PC and network hardware Normal Ethernet : connections to other devices Presently 100MBPS,

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FaultFault TolerantTolerant EthernetEthernet DetailsDetails
FaultFault TolerantTolerant EthernetEthernet DetailsDetails

Communication between two devices with FTE

4 paths for data!

Communication between a PC with FTE and any device without FTE

Node 1 Node 1 FTE FTE Switch A Switch B Switch A Switch B Node
Node 1
Node 1
FTE
FTE
Switch A
Switch B
Switch A
Switch B
Node 2
Non-FTE
Non-FTE
FTE
Node
Node
without FTE Node 1 Node 1 FTE FTE Switch A Switch B Switch A Switch B
without FTE Node 1 Node 1 FTE FTE Switch A Switch B Switch A Switch B

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HoneywellHoneywell RedefinesRedefines ControlControl withwith ExperionExperion

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