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Experion PKS
PROFIBUS Gateway Module User's Guide
EPDOC-XX88-en-431E
June 2018
Release 431

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  • Page 1 Experion PKS PROFIBUS Gateway Module User's Guide EPDOC-XX88-en-431E June 2018 Release 431...
  • Page 2 Honeywell International Sarl. While this information is presented in good faith and believed to be accurate, Honeywell disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a purpose and makes no express warranties except as may be stated in its written agreement with and for its customer.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 About This Guide ........................... 9 2 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Overview ................... 11 2.1 Overview of PGM components ........................13 2.2 About DPV1 and HART enhancements for PGM .................... 14 2.3 PGM topology ..............................15 2.4 PGM data flow diagram ............................ 17 2.5 Data communication in PGM ...........................
  • Page 4 6.11.2 Viewing the status of all slave devices from the Profibus Network Configuration Tool Network view ............................95 6.11.3 Viewing the slave devices from the Life List menu ................ 96 6.11.4 Changing the device address from the Set Station Address menu ........... 97 www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 5 CONTENTS 6.11.5 Detecting slave devices in the network .................... 99 6.11.6 Viewing the slave device diagnosis ....................100 6.11.7 Viewing the slave device's extended diagnosis ................101 6.12 QVCS - Diff Tool view of non-human readable data .................. 104 6.13 Protocol Block station displays ........................105 6.13.1 Detail displays and faceplate names ....................
  • Page 6 9.6.4 PIOMB notifications ........................226 9.7 PIOMB block station displays ........................227 9.7.1 Detail displays and faceplate names ....................227 9.7.2 Calling up the displays ........................227 9.7.3 Detail displays tabs .......................... 227 10 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Configuration Example ............233 www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 7 CONTENTS 11 Loading PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) ................. 237 11.1 Initial load order guidelines .......................... 238 11.1.1 Loading PGM function blocks ....................... 238 11.2 Loading a PGM ............................. 240 11.3 Reloading the PGM function blocks ......................241 12 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Maintenance ................. 243 12.1 Periodic checks .............................
  • Page 8 CONTENTS www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 9: About This Guide

    1 About This Guide This guide provides information that will assist you in planning and designing activities as well as installation, configuration, operation and troubleshooting of the Profibus Gateway Module (PGM). This guide: • Introduces the various blocks of the PGM. •...
  • Page 10 1 ABOUT THIS GUIDE www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 11: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Overview

    2 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Overview The PROFIBUS Gateway Module is an interface module that can be used with C300 Controller to connect and communicate with the Profibus devices. The PGM is developed in the Series C form factor for use with the C300 Controller.
  • Page 12 2 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) OVERVIEW “About DPV1 and HART enhancements for PGM” on page 14 “PGM topology” on page 15 “PGM data flow diagram” on page 17 “Data communication in PGM” on page 18 www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 13: Overview Of Pgm Components

    2 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) OVERVIEW 2.1 Overview of PGM components This section provides a brief overview of the major components of the PGM. • Field Network Application (FNAPP) - The PGM does not contain a basic execution block. However, it utilizes a set of services called the Field Network Application (FNAPP) to support the data access to and execution of control objects.
  • Page 14: About Dpv1 And Hart Enhancements For

    HART enhancements PGM is enhanced to support HART over PROFIBUS profile. The PBHIOMB represents a HART IOM in RIO slave and it is associated to a PDC in the DSB, which is connected to the Protocol block. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 15: Pgm Topology

    2 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) OVERVIEW 2.3 PGM topology The following figure depicts the non-redundant PGM topology. The following figure depicts the non-redundant PGM-PROFIBUS topology. The following figure depicts the redundant PGM topology.
  • Page 16 2 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) OVERVIEW The following figure depicts the redundant PGM-PROFIBUS topology. Attention The wiring diagrams provided in the PGM architecture and topology section is used for illustration purposes only and is not the recommended way of PROFIBUS cabling. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 17: Pgm Data Flow Diagram

    2 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) OVERVIEW 2.4 PGM data flow diagram The following figure depicts the data flow through the various components and blocks in the PGM architecture.
  • Page 18: Data Communication In

    HART Control Module communication PBHIOMB PB channels HART Device communication PBHCHANNEL Process data access PDC Configuration data flow HARTdata access DPV1 data record access Figure 1: Data communication between C300 Controller, PGM, slave devices and the HART modules www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 19: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Planning And Design

    3 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Planning and Design The following sections provide information regarding the guides that you can refer to for a brief overview of the Series C control hardware, PGM model details, and PGM performance data. For more information on the PROFIBUS technology, you must refer to the PROFIBUS website. For more information on the PROFIBUS devices, you must refer to the vendor-specific manuals.
  • Page 20: Review Experion System Capabilities

    Application licensing considerations Refer to the PROFIBUS Interface Implementation Guide to understand the basic concepts and terminologies of PROFIBUS. Refer to the CEAG Remote I/O Modules and Easy-COM LB8106/FB8206 Instruction Manual for more information on the CEAG remote I/O modules. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 21: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Installation

    4 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Installation Related topics “Pre-installation considerations” on page 22 “PGM assembly” on page 23 “PGM IOTA pinouts” on page 24 “Installing a PGM” on page 26 “PGM power-on and startup” on page 28 “Profibus cabling guidelines” on page 29...
  • Page 22: Pre-installation Considerations

    CAUTION Unless the location is known to be non-hazardous, do not connect or disconnect cables while the control system is powered. Refer to the Planning Your Series C Control System section in the Control Hardware Planning Guide for details. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 23: Pgm Assembly

    4 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) INSTALLATION 4.2 PGM assembly The PROFIBUS Gateway Module consists of an Input/Output Terminal Assembly (IOTA) board and the PGM module which is housed within a plastic cover and is mounted onto the IOTA board. The PGM assembly is installed in a control cabinet on vertically-mounted channels specifically for Series C control hardware.
  • Page 24: Pgm Iota Pinouts

    * VP (+5V) and DGND are primarily used for external bus termination. Some devices such as electrical to fiber optic repeaters might require external power from these pins (not to exceed 35 mA). CNTR-P (repeater control) is used in some equipment to determine the direction of transmission/reception. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 25: Profibus Dp Master Led Behavior

    4 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) INSTALLATION 4.3.1 PROFIBUS DP Master LED behavior The following tables describe the behavior of the LEDs located adjacent to the PROFIBUS 1 and PROFIBUS 2 DB9 connectors on the PGM IOTA (CC-TPOX01). The behavior of the LEDs depends on whether the PGM acting as a primary or acting as a secondary.
  • Page 26: Installing A

    IOTA board. Set the switches to the three digit address ranging from 001 to 509. The left-most switch (100) is used to set the hundreds digit. The middle switch (10) is used to set the tens digit and the right-most switch (1) sets the ones digit. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 27 4 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) INSTALLATION Attention The FTE device index setting on the switches should match the Device Index number entered on the PGM block's Main tab configuration form. The primary PGM of a redundant or a non-redundant PGM must be configured with an odd device index number. The secondary PGM of a redundant pair must be configured with an even device index number (primary PGM device index number plus 1).
  • Page 28: Pgm Power-on And Startup

    PGM has four LEDs. The module also has a four-character display that indicates the state of the module. For detailed information on faceplate indicators/displays, refer to the C300 faceplate indicators/displays section and C300 faceplate display indications section in the C300 Controller User's Guide. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 29: Profibus Cabling Guidelines

    4 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) INSTALLATION 4.6 Profibus cabling guidelines This section provides guidelines on possible ways to extend PGM redundancy to support Profibus media redundancy. Note that these illustrations are provided for references purposes only. You must refer to vendor documentation for actual design rules and placement/use of network components and terminators.
  • Page 30: Fiber-optic Cabling-based Media Redundancy

    Terminators are very important for copper segments. All Copper segments must use external terminator units. 4.6.3 Redundant PGM in a non-redundant Profibus cabling The following diagram illustrates a topology of a redundant PGM in a non-redundant Profibus cabling scenario. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 31 4 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) INSTALLATION Attention Terminators are very important for copper segments. All Copper segments must use external terminator units. CAUTION Avoid using diagnostic LED PROFIBUS connector and enabling termination in the plug connected to PGM.
  • Page 32 4 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) INSTALLATION www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 33: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Block

    5 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Block Related topics “PGM overview” on page 34 “Configuring a PGM” on page 35 “Configuring a secondary PGM” on page 36 “Converting a redundant PGM to a non-redundant PGM” on page 37 “Monitoring PGM block” on page 38 “PGM redundancy-specific operations”...
  • Page 34: Pgm Overview

    A PGM block cannot be deleted from the Project view in Control Builder unless all the contained blocks are deleted first. You must first delete all the contained blocks from the Monitoring view before deleting them from the Project view. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 35: Configuring A

    5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK 5.2 Configuring a PGM Perform the following steps to configure a PGM Choose File > New > Interface Modules > Profibus Gateway Module (2 Links). The PGM block configuration form appears. In the Tag Name box, type the name of the PGM (a maximum of 16 characters) or accept the default. In the Item Name box, type the item name.
  • Page 36: Configuring A Secondary

    In the Tag Name box, type the name of the secondary PGM block (a maximum of 16 characters) or accept the default. In the Item Name box, type the item name. Use the online help as a guide to complete the configuration entries on all other tabs. Click OK. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 37: Converting A Redundant Pgm To A Non-redundant

    5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK 5.4 Converting a redundant PGM to a non-redundant PGM You can convert a redundant PGM to a non-redundant PGM on-process. Attention Ensure that the current primary PGM is physically configured with the odd Device Index. If not, enable synchronization, wait for initial-sync to complete, and manually command switchover.
  • Page 38: Monitoring Pgm Block

    The ENABLESHUTDOWN command can use used to shutdown the PGM with the configured slave devices that are on control. 5.5.4 PGM memory statistics parameters The Memory tab is included in the PGM block’s configuration form that displays the memory statistics information of the PGM block. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 39 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK The memory parameters are classified into four different groups, namely: • Memory Usage in KBytes • Memory Usage in Bytes • Memory Descriptors • Memory Blocks Memory Usage (both in Bytes and KBytes) The following parameters are used for displaying the usage of PGM memory. •...
  • Page 40: Pgm Block Icons

    The following are the probable causes for generation of this alarm. • Power is disrupted to the IOTA in which the PGM resides. • The PGM is removed under power. • The FTE cables are removed from the IOTA. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 41 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK Alarm Description Not Synchronized This alarm is reported when the primary and secondary PGM are not synchronized or not in standby. The "Not Synchronized" alarm returns to normal upon configuring the primary at the odd device Index or upon entering the Synchronized or Standby state.
  • Page 42: Pgm Redundancy-specific Operations

    Issuing the Disable Sync command (from the primary or the secondary platform FB). • Redundancy cable between the primary and the secondary PGM is lost. • Loss of input power to the secondary PGM. • Failure of the secondary PGM. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 43: Enabling Synchronization

    5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK • Removal of the powered secondary PGM from its IOTA. • Removal of PROFIBUS network cable from the secondary PGM. When the single FTE link to the primary and/or secondary PGM is disconnected, this does not result in loss of synchronization.
  • Page 44: Disabling Synchronization

    The configuration window appears. The Device Assignment menu in the Navigation Area is selected by default. Click the Bus Parameters menu in the Navigation Area. The Bus Parameters details appear in the right pane. The Bus Parameters details contain the main setup values of the PROFIBUS network. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 45 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK Type the value 6000 in the Data Control Time box. Select the Override slave specific Watchdog Control Time check box. Type the value 1000 in the Watchdog Control Time box. Attention • The Watchdog control time and Data control time must have proper values based on the number of slave devices configured in the network and the bus speed.
  • Page 46: Enabling A Secondary Pgm To Become A Primary Pgm In The Absence Of A Partner Module

    Perform the following steps to perform a manual switchover In the Monitoring view, double-click the primary PGM icon. The PGM block configuration form appears. Click the Redundancy tab. Click Initiate Switchover. Click Yes to confirm the action. Confirm that the secondary module assumes the primary role. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 47: Pgm Redundancy Notifications

    5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK Click OK. 5.6.6 PGM redundancy notifications The following table lists the redundancy-related notifications implemented for the PGM that may occur during controller synchronization and switchover operations. Notification Generated when… Backup State The secondary PGM is successfully restarted. Redun Incompatible Partner The redundancy cable of the primary PGM is connected to a different PGM.
  • Page 48: Pgm Shutdown Operations

    Wait for the PGM to reboot to its RDY state. 5.7.2 Shutting down the secondary PGM Perform the following steps to shutdown the secondary PGM Navigate to the appropriate secondary PGM FB in the Monitoring view. Double-click the PGM FB. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 49 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK In the Main tab, click Shutdown in the Controller Command list. The secondary PGM FB is shutdown. This results in the PGM to work as a non-redundant PGM.
  • Page 50: Pgm Block Station Displays

    Secondary PGM Main tab displays Click the icon in the Station toolbar. You can also type the point name (for example PGM2_325SEC) in the Station command zone and press F12. Secondary PGM Redundancy tab Click the Redundancy tab. display www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 51: Detail Display Tabs

    5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK To call the PGM block… Then … Secondary PGM Soft Failures tab Click the Soft Failures tab. display Secondary PGM Config details display Click the Config Details tab. 5.8.3 Detail display tabs Main tab From the Main tab detail display, you can navigate to the PBLink block detail display directly by clicking the hyper-link provided for the PBLink_<>...
  • Page 52 The Soft failures tab detail display provides information on the soft fails that have occurred in the PGM block. If there is a soft fail, the corresponding LED in the detail display appears red. Note that you cannot modify any values from the Soft Failures tab detail display. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 53 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK Attention In the event of a communication error, all the LEDs in the Soft Failure tab appear gray. Config Details tab The Config Details detail display is identical to the Main tab of the PGM block (from Control Builder).
  • Page 54: Pgm Group Detail Display, System Status Display, Group Trend Display

    • Alarming Enabled. • Controller Command. • Temperature High Alarm. • CPU Free Low. 5.8.4 PGM group detail display, system status display, group trend display Group detail displays You can configure the group with PGM, PBLINK, and PIOMB faceplates. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 55 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK Group Trend display You can configure the group trend with PGM, PBLINK, and PIOMB faceplates.
  • Page 56 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK System Status display You can view the faceplates of PGM, PBLINK, and PIOMB on the status pane of the System Status Display. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 57: Pgm Faceplates

    5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK 5.8.5 PGM faceplates You can acknowledge the alarms from the faceplate. In addition, the operators can issue the "SHUTDOWN" command from the faceplate. The following figure displays the faceplate of a redundant and non-redundant PGM.
  • Page 58 5 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) BLOCK www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 59: Protocol Block

    6 Protocol Block Related topics “ Protocol Block overview” on page 60 “Configuring the Protocol Block” on page 62 “Configuring the slave devices in PROFIBUS Network Configuration Tool” on page 64 “Configuring the master in Profibus Network Configuration Tool” on page 70 “Adding a new GSD-based device to PROFIBUS Network Configuration Tool library”...
  • Page 60: Protocol Block Overview

    PROFIBUS devices. When you select a slave device, its associated Device Type Manager (DTM) also appears. The following figure displays a sample Field Network Configuration tab of the Protocol Block that hosts the “Profibus Network Configuration Tool ”. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 61: Using Profibus Network Configuration Tool For Configuring Field Network Devices

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK This tool is also used for online monitoring of the field devices. In addition, you can import and export the field network configuration using the “Profibus Network Configuration Tool ”. 6.1.2 Using Profibus Network Configuration Tool for configuring field network devices The field network configuration that you perform using the “Profibus Network Configuration Tool ”...
  • Page 62: Configuring The Protocol Block

    The baud rate selected at “Profibus Network Configuration Tool ” and PB_LINK must be identical. In the DPV1BANDWIDTH list, select the percentage of PROFIBUS DP bandwidth that you want to allocate for DPV1 request and response handling. Click the Field Network Configuration tab. The following figure displays a sample Field Network Configuration tab. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 63 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Attention The address of the master is always 1. For more information on configuring a field device, refer to “Using Profibus Network Configuration Tool for configuring field network devices” on page 61. Use the online help as a guide to complete the configuration entries on all other tabs. Click OK.
  • Page 64: Configuring The Slave Devices In Profibus Network Configuration Tool

    Select the modules that you must associate with the slave device. Click Insert. All the modules you selected in the Available Modules section appear in the Configured Modules section. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 65 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Attention • When you click Append, the last module you selected is placed at the end of the Configured Modules list. • When you click Insert, you can place the new module between existing modules. You can use Insert to select the slots of your choice for the I/O modules.
  • Page 66: Drive Dsb Specific Module Configuration In Profibus Network Configuration Tool

    While configuring the Siemens AS-i Link DSB for AS-i Link Advanced device, you must select the Classic layout which is the only layout supported by this DSB. • While configuring the Siemens AS-i Link DSB for the AS-i Link Advanced device, you can select "ASi-1: Binary Array 16-byte" and/or "ASi-2: Binary Array 16-byte." www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 67: Siemens Et 200m Dsb Specific Module Configuration In Profibus Network Configuration Tool

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.3.4 Siemens ET 200M DSB specific module configuration in Profibus Network Configuration Tool The following list illustrates the Siemens ET200m device specific module configuration guidelines that you must remember while configuring the Siemens ET200M device in “Profibus Network Configuration Tool”. •...
  • Page 68 Mode 3 is not supported. – address offset - You must select the value “enable.” – address offset value - An address offset value for the secondary gateway. The following figure illustrates a sample Parameters page of the GDP1, 5Ex C module. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 69 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK...
  • Page 70: Configuring The Master In Profibus Network Configuration Tool

    If you click Cancel and close the configuration form, the configuration is not saved to the ERDB even if you have clicked Save on the Field Network Configuration tab toolbar. 6.4.1 Assigning the device to the correct hardware You must assign the device to the correct hardware to monitor the status of the field network and the devices online. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 71: Modifying The Profibus Network Setup Values (bus Parameters)

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Click the Device Assignment menu in the Navigation Area. Click Scan. This reads information from the hardware through the network. Therefore, the PGM module must be available and powered on before assigning a device. After the scan is complete, the device information such as the chip type, the serial number, and the access path is displayed.
  • Page 72: Configuring The Field Network Tag Names

    The procedure of configuring field network tag names for Drive devices and AS-I link/AS-I Link Advanced is slightly different from this procedure. For more information, see Configuring field network devices tag names for the Drive devices and Configuring field network tag names for the AS-i Link/AS-i Link Advanced devices respectively. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 73 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Attention • You can also configure net tag names through Bulk Build operation. To do so, you must configure the NETTAGPDCNAME and the NETTAGNAME parameters. The NETTAGPDCNAME contains the net tags for the slave devices configured in “Profibus Network Configuration Tool”. This parameter contains net tags starting from index 1 (NETTAGPDCNAME[1]) in the Bulk Build XLS file.
  • Page 74 The remaining net tags must be used for PDCs which are of type "User Configurable," so that you can access the PZD data in the way you require. • You must configure the network tags only for the first data items of the PKW and cyclic data areas. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 75 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Note that the net tag names provided in the above example are used for illustration purposes only. You can use different net tag names as required. Click Apply. Click OK. Configuring field network tag names for the AS-i Link/AS-i Link Advanced devices Click the Process Data menu in the Navigation Area.
  • Page 76: Changing The Field Network Device Address

    If you have not assigned the device to the hardware, an message appears. The netDevice window appears as displayed in the following figure. This window lists all the physical devices that are present in the network and also the details of the devices. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 77 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK If you want to add a device to the network, select Add from the Action column. • If the device is already added to the network, the value Skip appears in the Action column. • If you want to replace a device with another device, select Replace in the Action column. Click OK.
  • Page 78: Adding A New Gsd-based Device To Profibus Network Configuration Tool Library

    The new device appears in the PROFIBUS Network Configuration Tool library after the catalog update is complete. Attention If the device does not appear in the “PROFIBUS Network Configuration Tool” library, you must restart the Control Builder. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 79: About Grouping Adjacent Modules Into One Logical Module

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.6 About grouping adjacent modules into one logical module Attention This feature is available in Experion R410.2 and later. Though a single PDC can support up to 32 channels (GENDSB) or 16 channels (GENIODSB), sometimes not all channels of a module are used. In such scenarios, you can pack IO channels from several IO modules into one PDC to minimize number of PDCs.
  • Page 80: About The Address Management Page

    Group modules together into a virtual module for which you can assign a tag name. • Add/remove reserved memory space for each slave devices. • Lock/unlock slave addresses. • Defragment input and output memory area. The following figure displays a sample Address Management page. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 81 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK The following table summarizes the various options available in the Address Management page. Option name Description Defragment Defragments the memory automatically. Display Mode Displays the address in decimal or hexadecimal format. CSV Export Enables you to export the configuration into an Excel file. Attention Grouped modules do not appear in the exported file.
  • Page 82: Grouping Adjacent Modules Into One Logical Module

    The following figure displays a sample Address Management page in which two adjacent modules are selected for –––grouping. 6. Click Group selected modules. After the modules are grouped, a virtual tag name is automatically assigned to the grouped logical module. You can modify the tag name as required. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 83: Ungrouping Grouped Modules

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Attention • After the modules are grouped, you can click the Lock all slaves button to lock the modules at the current configured address. You can click the Unlock all slaves button to unlock the locked modules. •...
  • Page 84: Adding Reserved Memory Area To The Devices

    Perform the following steps to defragment the memory area. 1. Click the Field Network Configuration tab of the Protocol Block configuration form. 2. Double-click the master in the Network view. 3. Click Address Management in the Navigation area. 4. Click Defragment. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 85: About The Signal Configuration Page

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Attention • Defragmentation does not change the offsets of slaves for which these offsets are locked. • For a complete defragmentation, you must unlock all locked slaves. • Defragmentation does not remove reserved memory areas. 5. Click Apply. 6.
  • Page 86: About Modifying The Field Network Configuration During Runtime

    Adding or removing a module that can be added or removed. • Modifying any of the PGM master parameters such as baud rate, station address, and so on. In this scenario, all field devices are reconfigured. The following figure displays a sample Bus Parameters page. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 87 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Guidelines for using the Configure In Runtime (CiR) / Hot Configuration in Run (HCiR) feature The following list summarizes the guidelines that you must follow to use the CIR/HCIR feature. • Hot Configuration in Run is possible when both the master and the slave devices support this feature. •...
  • Page 88: Export/import Of Field Network Configuration

    In such a case, you must unassign the PDC from the PIOMB and then perform the import function. The Open dialog box appears. Select the .dat file of the field network configuration that you want to import. Click Open. The field network configuration is copied to the “Profibus Network Configuration Tool” Network view. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 89: Audit Trail For Field Network Configuration

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.9 Audit Trail for field network configuration The Audit Trail tab is available in the Protocol Block configuration form only if the PGM block is under QVCS. This tab displays the Audit Trail data in a readable format and is available both from the Project view and the Monitoring view.
  • Page 90: Operations That Impact Audit Trail

    Import When you perform an Import of a PGM block, the Audit Trail tab is visible only if the PGM block is under QVCS. If the PGM block is not under QVCS, the Audit Trail tab is not visible. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 91: Monitoring Protocol Block

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.10 Monitoring Protocol Block In this section, the state and command parameters of the Protocol Blockare listed for quick reference. For detailed information about these parameters, you need to refer to the PROFIBUS Gateway Module Parameter Reference guide.
  • Page 92: Protocol Block Command Parameters

    DPV1 Req last error code (LASTERRCODE) The DPV1 Req last error code (LASTERRCODE) parameter displays the last error code received for DPV1 connection to a slave. For more information about the connection status of DPV1 request, see PROFIBUS Gateway Module Parameter Reference. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 93: Protocol Block Icons

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.10.5 Protocol Block icons The following table summarizes the various appearances that a Protocol Block icon can assume based on view and current Protocol Blockstate. If Icon is... Then it indicates... Project view Protocol Block a is associated with configured PGM. gray Monitoring view Protocol Block is active.
  • Page 94: Monitoring The Field Network Configuration

    Click the Field Network Configuration tab of the Protocol Block in which you have configured the master and the slave device. Right-click the master and select Connect. Attention If you have not assigned the device to the hardware, an error message appears. The master is highlighted as displayed in the following figure. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 95: Viewing The Status Of All Slave Devices From The Profibus Network Configuration Tool Network View

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Attention You must right-click the master and select Disconnect to discontinue monitoring the master online. Right-click the master and select Diagnostic. The Diagnostics form appears. The General Diagnosis menu is selected by default. You can view the general diagnostics such as device state, network state, configuration state, watchdog time, and error count.
  • Page 96: Viewing The Slave Devices From The Life List Menu

    6.11.3 Viewing the slave devices from the Life List menu • Right-click the master and select Addition Functions > Life List. The Life List window displays the slave devices that are connected to the network. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 97: Changing The Device Address From The Set Station Address Menu

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.11.4 Changing the device address from the Set Station Address menu Some of the slave devices such as the Siemens SIMOCODE Pro C do not have the physical switch that is used to set the address of the slave device. In such cases, you can change the slave device address from the Field Network Configuration tab of the Protocol Block.
  • Page 98 Type the new station address in the New station address box. Click Set Address. If the change is successful, you can view the new station address in the Life List window. The following figure displays the station address as 15 after changing the address. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 99: Detecting Slave Devices In The Network

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.11.5 Detecting slave devices in the network You can detect all the physical slave devices in the network from the Field Network Configuration tab of the Protocol Block. This can be accomplished by performing a Network Scan. This scan lists all the physical slave devices connected to the network.
  • Page 100: Viewing The Slave Device Diagnosis

    Right-click the slave device and select Connect. Attention You must right-click the slave device and select Disconnect to discontinue monitoring of the slave devices online. The slave device appears highlighted as displayed in the following figure. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 101: Viewing The Slave Device's Extended Diagnosis

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Right-click the slave device and select Diagnostic. The Diagnostics configuration form appears. The Diagnosis menu in the Navigation Area is selected by default. Attention • The Slave Device and the Watchdog On LEDs must be green during normal conditions. •...
  • Page 102 The Diagnostics page appears. The Diagnosis menu in the Navigation Area is selected by default. Select the Extended Diagnosis menu in the Navigation Area to view the extended diagnostic details, if any. The extended diagnostic message of the Siemens Simocode Pro C device is used for illustrating the diagnostic message. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 103 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK Click OK.
  • Page 104: Qvcs - Diff Tool View Of Non-human Readable Data

    Diff Tool. This is applicable for the following internal parameters of the Protocol Block. • NETCONF • NETCONFXML • NETTAGTABLE • NETTAGLIST • SDN_AUDITTRAIL • AUDITTRAIL The following figure illustrates a sample Diff Tool view when there is a difference in the parameters values between the two versions. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 105: Protocol Block Station Displays

    6 PROTOCOL BLOCK 6.13 Protocol Block station displays Related topics “Detail displays and faceplate names” on page 105 “Calling up the displays” on page 105 “Detail display tabs” on page 105 6.13.1 Detail displays and faceplate names The following table lists the names of the details display and faceplate of the Protocol Block. Tab Name Detail Display Faceplate...
  • Page 106 The number of LEDs displayed in the Slave Status tab detail display refers to the maximum number of PROFIBUS slave devices that can be connected to a single Protocol Block. You can monitor the status of the configured devices from the Slave Status tab detail display. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 107 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK From the detail display, you can interpret the status of the devices based on the following LED colors. • Red - Configuration error/device not present. • Yellow - Diagnostic data available. • Green - Device is healthy and running. •...
  • Page 108 Figure 3: Detail display of Field Network Status You cannot modify any values from the Field Network Status tab detail display. Config Details tab The Config Details detail display is identical to the Main tab of the Protocol Block (from Control Builder). www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 109 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK You can modify the following value from the Protocol Main tab detail display. • Alarming Enabled.
  • Page 110 6 PROTOCOL BLOCK www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 111: Device Support Block (dsb)

    7 Device Support Block (DSB) Related topics “Device Support Block (DSB) overview” on page 112 “About DPV1 read/write messages configuration in DSBs” on page 114 “Data processing” on page 118 “Generic Device Support Blocks (GENDSB and GENIODSB)” on page 120 “Generic Device Support Blocks (GENPADSB and GENPAGWDSB) for PA devices”...
  • Page 112: Device Support Block (dsb) Overview

    You cannot delete a DSB FB with at least one PDC still associated with a PIOMB and a PBHIOMB. You must dissociate the PIOMB from the DSB and then delete the DSB. However, there are no restrictions on deleting a DSB that has no PDCs associated to PIOMBs. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 113 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) You must first delete the DSB from the Monitoring view before deleting it from the Project view.
  • Page 114: About Dpv1 Read/write Messages Configuration In Dsbs

    When the DPV1PRIORITY parameter is set as “Low,” the DPV1 requests are polled based on the DPV1NUMHIGHPRIOREQ parameter. For example, if the DPV1NUMHIGHPRIOREQ parameter is set as 5, then the “Low” requests are polled once for every 5 cycles. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 115: Configuring Dpv1 Read/write Messages (project View)

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) When the DPV1PRIORITY parameter is set as “On Demand,” the DPV1 requests are polled only when the DPV1ONDEMANDSCAN parameter is selected. When the DPV1PRIORITY parameter is set as “No Poll,” the corresponding DPV1 request is not polled. 7.2.1 Configuring DPV1 read/write messages (Project view) Prerequisites DSB block must be configured.
  • Page 116: Hart Communication/response Time Impact In A Dp Network

    HOP and DPV1 requests. Therefore, the FDM requests also has a direct impact on the HART communication. Configured DPV1 Requests The number of DPV1 requests that are configured for each slave and the priorities also have an impact on the HART command response time-out since both the DPV1 and HOP requests are serviced. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 117 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) DPV0 Bus Cycle time The number of DSBs and their PDCs configured in a link decide the DPV0 cycle time. If the DPV0 cycle time is high, then the number of DPV1 request processed per second decreases because PGM limits the number of DPV1 requests handled at the end of every bus cycle.
  • Page 118: Data Processing

    For input values which are out of the maximum extended range, the input channel status is set to "Bad_DevError." However, the same value is sent to the C300. The DSB does not clamp the value received from the device to extended range limits. The extended range lower limit for all the analog input modules is "0." www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 119 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Attention • To prevent the process data values from being clamped, you can set the channel high and low range as "NaN." When this is performed, the process value is limited by the values supported by the data type. •...
  • Page 120: Generic Device Support Blocks (gendsb And Geniodsb)

    One bit per slot (module slot) indicates whether there are diagnostics messages present for the respective slot. If the appropriate bit is set, a diagnostics entry is present for the respective slot. Channel specific diagnostics message start from byte number 13 of the extended diagnostics. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 121 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) You can view the diagnosis and extended diagnosis of the devices online. For more information, see “Viewing the slave device diagnosis” on page 100 and “Viewing the slave device's extended diagnosis” on page 101 respectively.
  • Page 122: Generic Device Support Blocks (genpadsb And Genpagwdsb) For Pa Devices

    For input devices, updates channel status and sends notification based on the PA status byte received from the slave device. Note that some of the slave devices do not provide the status information. You must refer to the device specification provided by the vendor. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 123 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) • For output devices, provides data status to the slave device. Note that some of the slave devices do not accept the PA status provided by the master. You must refer to the device specification provided by the vendor.
  • Page 124: Generic Drive Device Support Block (drivedsb)

    In the PPO output types, the 16 DO channels map to the individual bits of the control word of the PPO. The standard AO channel maps to the set point of the drive (speed or torque). Refer to the PROFIBUS Gateway Module Parameter Reference guide for more information on the Status Word and the Control Word descriptions. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 125 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Configurable channel types The PROFIdrive technology defines the following two configurable channel types. • PKW Inputs • PKW Outputs These channels use the acyclic PKW data area to read parameter information from the drive. These channels are slow.
  • Page 126: Functions Of Drivedsb

    This is because control word bits must be set in a specific order or a group. Also, the application engineers must ensure that any control bits which are dependent on each other must be logically tied together by the control strategy. This means that they must be contained in the same Control Module. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 127 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) There are two scenarios during which control word could be sent non-atomically to the PROFIBUS. • A PIOMB is not connected to the PPO output PDC - The engineer or the operator may directly change the control word bit-by-bit from the DSB display in Control Builder or Station.
  • Page 128 You can configure up to 16 alarms. However, you cannot configure the severity or the priority for these alarms. All alarms are reported with priority as "High" and Severity as "0." There are no other alarms specific to the DRIVEDSB other than these user-configurable alarms. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 129: Ceag Device Support Block (ceagdsb)

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) 7.7 CEAG Device Support Block (CEAGDSB) The CEAGDSB runs on the PGM and represents one PROFIBUS field device in the PROFIBUS network. The CEAGDSB processes the raw data from the CEAG field devices and converts it to the PDC format supported by Experion.
  • Page 130 Analog Input with line fault detection (Converter Inputs) - 4 channels • LB5104 • LB5004 • FB5204 • LB5105 • LB5005 • FB5205 Analog Input without channel status (Converter Inputs) - 1 channel • LB5106 • LB5006 • FB5206 www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 131: Functions Of Ceagdsb

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) PDC Type Supported CEAG modules Numeric Input for Communication module - 2 channels • LB8106 • FB8206 This is used internally by DSB and it cannot be connected to PIOMB. Numeric Output for Communication module - 2 channels •...
  • Page 132 Alarms of channels not reporting error are set RETURNED to NORMAL. Module alarm is set ACTIVE, parameter = module error (2). Data valid IN/OUT All channel alarms of module are Module alarm is set RETURNED TO set RETURNED TO NORMAL. NORMAL. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 133 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Channel status processing Channel specific diagnostics message starts from byte 13 of the extended diagnostics. In addition to the channel status processing, the CEAGDSB applies extended channel status processing based on the module status and the channel error bits.
  • Page 134: Siemens As-i Link Device Support Block (siemens Dp/as-i-link Dsb)

    Processes extended diagnostic data and updates channel status and send notification based on the channel status. • Receives data from PIOMB and sends it to the device, if the PDC is connected to a PIOMB. • Updates the PDC states. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 135 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Data Processing When a Siemens AS-i-Link DSB is loaded, it performs the following: • Checks for communication status with slave. – If the DSB is communicating with the slave, the SLAVESTATE parameter is set to "Communicating." –...
  • Page 136 AS-i cable for the DP/AS-i Link to operate. DP/AS-I Link module is This alarm provides the communication error Low (2) offline (when there is the failure of the whole device). Hardware error Unspecified hardware error with the DP/AS-i High (3) Link module. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 137 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Alarm Description Priority Severity EEPROM defective This alarm indicates the failure of the High (3) nonvolatile storage (NVS). For more information on the Siemens DP/AS-i Link DSB, refer to the following: • Siemens SIMATIC NET DP/AS-Interface Link 20E Manual •...
  • Page 138: Siemens Et200m Device Support Block (siemens Et200m Dsb)

    The following tables lists the I/O modules supported by the Siemens ET200M DSB. Siemens ET200M DSB Digital Module Order Number Digital Input Module SM 321; DI 32_24 VDC (6ES7 321-1BLx0-0AA0) Digital Input Module SM 321; DI 32_120 VAC (6ES7 321-1EL00-0AA0) Digital Input Module SM 321; DI 16_24 VDC (6ES7 321-1BHx2-0AA0) www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 139 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Digital Module Order Number Digital Input Module SM 321; DI 16_24 VDC High Speed (6ES7 321-1BH10-0AA0) Digital Input Module SM 321; DI 16_24 VDC; with Hardware and Diagnostic Interrupts, (6ES7 321-7BHx0-0AB0) Clocked Digital Input Module SM 321; DI 16_24 VDC; Source Input (6ES7 321-1BH50-0AA0) Digital Input Module SM 321;...
  • Page 140: Functions Of Siemens Et200m Dsb

    Channel-specific diagnostics - The channel-specific diagnostics provide information about the channel errors in the module. However, the channel-specific diagnostics do not impact the module status. Note that you can receive the channel-specific diagnostics only if you have enabled the extended diagnostics during the configuration. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 141 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) You can view the diagnosis and extended diagnosis of the devices online. For more information, see “Viewing the slave device diagnosis” on page 100 and “Viewing the slave device's extended diagnosis” on page 101 respectively. Alarm processing The following alarms are reported by the Siemens ET200M DSB when the PDC state is "Configured,"...
  • Page 142: Turck Excom Device Support Block (turck Excom Dsb)

    Channel 0 represents control bit information for the first input and channel 1 represents control bit information for the second input. This means that the channel 0 controls the counting direction of first input and channel 1 controls the counting direction of second input. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 143: I/o Modules Supported By The Turck Excom Dsb

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Guidelines for configuring the DF20Ex P as a Pulse Counter module While configuring the DF20Ex as Pulse Counter module, you must configure one input (PulseCounter_Input) and one output (PulseCounter_Output) PDC. The Input PDC has 2 channels and output PDC has 8 channels. In the output PDC, the channels are configured as digital outputs.
  • Page 144: Functions Of Turck Excom Dsb

    The channel status of all the modules can be obtained from the extended diagnostics information. You can view the diagnosis and extended diagnosis of the devices online. For more information, see “Viewing the slave device diagnosis” on page 100 and “Viewing the slave device's extended diagnosis” on page 101respectively. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 145 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Alarm processing The following alarms are reported by the Turck Excom DSB. • Module fault on Slot n - This alarm is reported when the diagnostic data indicates failure in the module in the slot "n." This alarm returns to normal after fresh diagnostics are received for the slot and the diagnostics does not indicate a module failure.
  • Page 146: Udt Support For Dsb Blocks

    The procedure for bulk building is identical to bulk building any other component. Refer to the Control Building User's Guide for more information about bulk building. • You can also configure net tag names through Bulk Build operation. For more information, refer to the section Configuring the field network tag names. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 147: Guidelines For Configuring Dsbs

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) 7.12 Guidelines for configuring DSBs You can use the Generic DSBs for configuring the devices that do not have device-specific DSBs. You can use the device-specific DSBs to configure the specific devices. Configuring the device-specific DSBs is similar to configuring the Generic DSB.However, you must remember the following guidelines while configuring the DSBs.
  • Page 148: Configuring A Generic Device Support Block

    The Generic DSBs (GENDSB, GENIODSB, GENPADSB, GENPAGWDSB) is configured for the PROFIBUS devices that do not have device-specific DSBs. Although Generic DSBs can be used for configuring devices with device-specific DSBs, Honeywell does not recommend this. Attention If the PROFIBUS PA devices are connected to a transparent PROFIBUS PA Coupler, you must use the GENPADSB.
  • Page 149 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) • The DSB communicates with the slave devices through this address. The slave device address must be unique for a Protocol Block. Attention • For GENPADSB, the transparent segment coupler displays all devices connected to the PROFIBUS PA network as if they were PROFIBUS DP field devices.
  • Page 150: Configuring A Device-specific Dsb

    This address must be identical to the address of the slave device defined during the field network configuration. • The DSB communicates with the slave devices through this address. The slave device address must be unique for a Protocol Block. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 151 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) In the Device Type box, type the description of the device type. In the Connection Break TimeOut (Sec) box, type the duration in seconds during which the network communication break needs to be filtered off. If the communication break condition persists even after this time, then the status of the slave device is set to “Communication Error.”...
  • Page 152: About Initialization Of Ao/do Channels From User-defined Values

    FTE is removed If the Hold On Failure parameter is not selected, the channels are initialized back from the user-defined values immediately. The channels do not wait for the connection breakout time timer. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 153 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Scenario Output channel re-initialization description PGM network is down • If the Connection Break Timeout applicable for Network Down check box is selected, the output channels initialize back from the user-defined values after the connection break timeout timer is exceeded. •...
  • Page 154 DSB is not configured to ignore extended diagnostics overflow (the Ignore Extended Diagnostic Overflow check box is not selected). Standard diagnostics report Station The channel values are initialized from Clears to zero. Not Existent error. the user-defined values. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 155 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Scenario Impact on AO/DO channel value in Impact on AO/DO channel value in Experion R410.2 and later Experion R410.1 or earlier NetX FW reports a network down The channel values are initialized from Clears to zero. condition.
  • Page 156: Configuring The Pdc

    The channel data types can be Boolean, Uint8, Uint16, Uint32, Int8, Int16, Int32, and Float32. The values that appear in this list may vary based on the DSB selected. • If you have used the fixed PDC types, the channel data types are displayed automatically. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 157: Generic Dsb Specific Pdc Configuration Guidelines

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) • You must define the channel data type if you have used the configurable input/output PDCs. In the Channel Data offset column, select the channel data offset of the digital input/output channel. In the Bit offset column, select the bit offset of the digital input/output channel. •...
  • Page 158: Generic Drive Dsb Specific Pdc Configuration Guidelines

    7.16.2 Generic Drive DSB specific PDC configuration guidelines The following list summarizes the Generic Drive DSB specific PDC configuration guidelines that you must remember while configuring the Generic Drive DSB PDC. • The number of PDCs supported by Generic Drive DSB is 16. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 159 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) • You must select the appropriate PPO type PDC from the PDC type of the Drive DSB column. – To access drive parameters through the PKW PDCs, you must configure both an input and an output PKW PDC, irrespective of whether you have channels configured for both.
  • Page 160: Generic Dsb For Pa Devices (genpadsb And Genpagwdsb) Specific Pdc Configuration Guidelines

    Not Available. Update PA Input When you select this option, the status is read from raw data. The channel’s Status status channels column always displays the status as Good_NonCascade. However, the PA Status column displays the actual device status. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 161: Ceag Dsb Specific Pdc Configuration Guidelines

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Options in Applicable Description PA Status Usage column Update Ch Input When you select this option, the status is read from raw data and channel status is status channels updated. The channel’s Status column and the PA Status column display the actual device status.
  • Page 162: Siemens As-i Link Dsb Specific Pdc Configuration Guidelines

    The number of PDCs supported by the Siemens ET200M DSB is 16. • The PDC configuration must be done through the IOM configuration tab. • In the Number of Channel column, you must enter the number of channels manually. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 163: Turck Excom Dsb Specific Pdc Configuration Guidelines

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) • In the Channel Number column, the channel number is automatically updated based on the number of channels configured for the selected module. For example, if the number of channels configured for a module is 4, then this column lists the channel numbers as 0, 1, 2, and 3.
  • Page 164: Guidelines For Configuring Turck Excon Dsb For Reading Hart Data

    When you enter the number of channels for reading HART data, the lower grid becomes editable. You must enter the physical channel number from where the HART data needs to be read. The physical channel numbers start from 0. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 165 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Attention If the Number of Channels (NUMCHANNEL) is not correctly entered or if the NETTAGNAME is wrongly configured, then the DSB will be in configuration error state. Configuring AIH40Ex/AIH41 Ex module for HART data The following table lists the IO modules and the respective PDC type and the number of channels to be configured for reading HART data.
  • Page 166: Guidelines For Configuring Turck Excon Dsb For Gateway Redundancy

    PIOMB, an error message appears. • It is recommended to configure the connection break suppression time longer than Watchdog time defined in the master configuration. A good rule would be to configure the connection break suppression time as Watchdog time + 1 second. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 167: Alarms

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) 7.17 Alarms The DSB blocks report alarms based on the standard and/or extended diagnostic data received from the slave devices. The following are the standard alarms generated by all DSBs. • Communication break with PROFIBUS slave •...
  • Page 168: About Rio (remote Io) Profile-based Alarming

    PDCs to “Bad_NonSpecific” state. No alarm is reported in this case. Overflow in extended diagnostic means that the number of diagnostic bytes increased buffer size for diagnostic in slave. Note that though PROFIBUS standard buffer size is of 244 bytes, this can vary according to the slave devices. Therefore, an www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 169: Configuring Alarms

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) option called Ignore extended diagnostic overflow (IGNOREXTDIAGOVRFLO) is provided in the Slave Status tab to ignore extended diagnostic overflow and perform normal processing of diagnostic received. For more information about RIO standards, refer to the RIO standard documents. 7.17.2 Configuring alarms Perform the following steps to configure an alarm Click the Alarms tab.
  • Page 170 This alarm is reported only if you have selected the option Update Ch status and alarm in the PA Status Usage column while configuring the PDC. • The First acceptable PA Status Value list provides the list of all possible PA status values. By default, the value is set to Good_NonCascade. Click OK. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 171: Monitoring Dsb Block

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) 7.18 Monitoring DSB block In this section, the state and command parameters of the DSB block are listed for quick reference. For detailed information about these parameters, you need to refer to the PROFIBUS Gateway Module Parameter Reference guide.
  • Page 172 ModuleStatus group displays error for one slot. This group displays the following parameters. – MODULEERRSLOTNUM - This parameter indicates which slot on the physical IO rack is faulty. – MODULEERRTYPE - This parameter indicates the error type on the slot. The error type conforms to RIO standards. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 173 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) • ChannelStatus -The ChannelStatus group displays diagnostics conforming to RIO standard. Each row in the ChannelStatus group displays error for one channel. This group displays the following parameters. – CHANERRSLOTNUM - This parameter indicates the slot number on which the channel is bad. –...
  • Page 174: Dsb Block Status Parameters

    For more information about the DPV1 statistics, see the topic “Protocol block statistics parameters” on page 92. 7.18.4 DSB block icons The following table summarizes the various appearances a DSB block can assume based on configuration, load operations, and diagnostic data. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 175: Dsb Block Diagnostic Alarms

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) If icon is... Then it indicates... The DSB is created but not loaded. blue All configuration parameters are loaded. blue The DSB or at least one PDC has configuration error or slave yellow device indicates configuration error in diagnostics data and slave device is communicating.
  • Page 176 This alarm is reported by the Generic DSBs when the RIO profile- based alarming option is enabled and if diagnostic received could not be recognized as channel, module, or identifier-related diagnostics. This alarm returns to normal after fresh diagnostic with proper extended diagnostic or no extended diagnostic is received. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 177 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Alarm Description Profibus PA slave fault alarm This alarm is reported by the GENPADSB if any of the following diagnostics is active: • DIA_HW_ELECTR • DIA_HW_MECH • DIA_TEMP_MOTOR • DIA_TEMP_ELECTR • DIA_MEM_CHKSUM • DIA_MEASUREMENT • DIA_NOT_INIT •...
  • Page 178: Setting The Channel Output Values From Monitoring View

    Select the PDC type from the PDC tab. All the channels of the specific PDC type are listed in the lower grid. Clear or select the check box depending on whether the output value needs to be ON or OFF. A confirmation message appears. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 179 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Click Yes. Attention • If the PDC is associated with a PIOMB, you cannot modify the output values. An error message appears if you try to modify the output value. • In a CEAGDSB, you cannot change the channel values of the PDCs associated with the CEAG Communication module.
  • Page 180: Dsb Block Station Displays

    Then … Config Details tab display Type the DSB point name (for example DSB_132) in the Station command zone and press F12. You can also click the Search icon in the Station toolbar and type the point name and click www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 181: Detail Display Tab

    7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) 7.20.3 Detail display tab Main tab Figure 4: Detail Display of Main tab...
  • Page 182 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Slave Status tab Figure 5: Detail Display of Slave Status tab www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 183 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) PDC Details tab Figure 6: Detail Display of PDC Details tab...
  • Page 184 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) DPV1 Details tab Figure 7: Detail Display of DPV1 Details tab www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 185 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) Config. Details tab Figure 8: Detail Display of Config. Details tab...
  • Page 186 7 DEVICE SUPPORT BLOCK (DSB) www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 187: Profibus Hart Input/output Module (pbhiom) Function Block

    8 PROFIBUS HART Input/Output Module (PBHIOM) Function Block Related topics “PBHIOMB block overview” on page 188 “PROFIBUS HART I/O channel” on page 190 “Functioning of PBHIOMB” on page 192 “Configuring a PBHIOMB block” on page 193 “Monitoring a PBHIOMB block” on page 198 “Monitoring the PBHCHANNEL block”...
  • Page 188: Pbhiomb Block Overview

    The PBHIOMB function blocks are located in the PGM_IF library in Control Builder. These blocks can be dragged and dropped into the DSB blocks. The following figure displays library view of the PBHIOMB block. Figure 9: Library view of the PBHIOMB block www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 189: Pbhiomb Block Creation

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK The following configuration must be done in the PBHIOMB blocks. • PDC Name Reference must be associated to a PDC defined in the DSB block to obtain the following information about the PDC. –...
  • Page 190: Profibus Hart I/o Channel

    Project view or from the Block Properties page, it is automatically reflected in the HART Configuration tab of the PBHIOMB. The PBHCHANNEL block can be loaded independently after loading the PBHIOMB. The HART parameters defined in the PBHCHANNEL block can be accessed in displays and peer nodes. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 191 8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK PBHCHANNEL block deletion The PBHCHANNEL block can be deleted from the Project view by configuring the HENABLE[0..15] parameter as “FALSE” in the PBHIOMB block configuration form. To delete the PBHCHANNEL from the Monitoring view, right-click the PBHCHANNEL and then click Delete.
  • Page 192: Functioning Of Pbhiomb

    Main tab using the IOM status (IOMSTS) parameter. The connection status of the PBHIOMB follows: • OK: HART Profile is read successfully. • Init (Hart Profile is not read): HART profile is not read. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 193: Configuring A Pbhiomb Block

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK 8.4 Configuring a PBHIOMB block Prerequisites • DSB for the PROFIBUS slave module is created and configured. • HART Device Description (DD)-based template is already created in the Library. • PDC grouping can be performed in the DSB, as applicable. Attention If you configure the PBHIOMB for universal modules, then you must need more than one PBHIOMB blocks since the universal modules contain configurable channels, which can be configured as Analog Input or Analog Output.
  • Page 194 HART-enabled device in which the PDC is grouped. Once the PDCNAMEREF is selected the following parameters are updated automatically. • Slave Name (SLAVENAME) • Slave Address (SLAVEADDRESS) • Slot Type (SLOTTYPE) • PDC Description (PDCDESCRIPTION) • PDC Number www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 195 8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK • Number of Channels (NUMCHANS) • Channel Number Offset (CHANNUMOFFSET) • PDC Grouped (GROUPEDPDC) For example, consider that two analog input modules are grouped and the slot 1 belongs to analog input module 1 and slot 2 belongs to analog input module 2.
  • Page 196: Configuring A Pbhchannel Block

    The PBHCHANNEL configuration form appears. In the Main tab, perform the following steps. Select the device template from the Configured AI HART Device (HCFGDEVAI) or Configured AO HART Device (HCFGDEVAO) list. The respective DD file is associated to the PBHCHANNEL. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 197: Creating A New Hart Channel (pbhchannel) When Pbhiomb Is Loaded

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK Attention The device type is enabled based on the PDC type configured in the DSB block. Under HART Alarms and Events, select the Enable Option (ALMENBSTATE) check box. For more information about the HART alarm/event processing, see the topic “HART alarms/events processing”...
  • Page 198: Monitoring A Pbhiomb Block

    Find HART Devices (FINDDEVICES) The FINDDEVICES parameter enables you to initiate the auto-discovery of the HART devices. Note The Find HART Devices (FINDDEVICES) parameter is enabled only when the Auto Discovery Enabled (AUTODISCOVERYENABLED) parameter is indicated as GREEN. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 199: About Auto-discovery Of Hart Devices

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK HART Devices table The HART Devices table provides information about the following parameters. • Tag (HTAG) name of the HART devices • Manufacturer (HDEVMFG) name of the HART device • Type (HDEVTYPENAME) name of the HART device •...
  • Page 200 Lists all the HART devices that are connected to (FINDHDEVICES) of the HART devices. the HART IO module. Attention After completing the discovery of HART devices, you must manually configure the PBHCHANNELs from the Project view using the HENABLE parameter. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 201: Monitoring The Pbhchannel Block

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK 8.6 Monitoring the PBHCHANNEL block In this section, the state and command parameters of the PBHCHANNEL block are listed for quick reference. For detailed information about these parameters, see PROFIBUS Gateway Module Parameter Reference. Attention The update rate of parameters, depends on the following conditions: •...
  • Page 202: Pbhchannel Hart Notification-related Parameters

    The Value (HDYNVAL) parameter displays the configured value for each HART digital value. Dynamic Variable Units (HDYNEU) The Units (HDYNEU) parameter displays the engineering units provided for HART digital data. Dynamic Variable Classification (HDYNCC) The Classification (HDYNCC) parameter displays the classification code provided for each HART data. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 203: Pbhchannel Hart Identification-related Parameters

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK Dynamic Variable Status (HDYNST) The Status (HDYNST) parameter displays the status set for each HART data. Device Variable Name (HSLOTNAME) The Name (HSLOTNAME) parameter displays the configured slot variable name for each HART device. Device Variable Code (HSLOTDVC) The Variable Code (HSLOTDVC) parameter displays the variable code provided for the configured slot.
  • Page 204: Hart Alarms/events Processing

    Bit 5: Cold Start (device has reset/power cycled) • Bit 4: More Status Available • Bit 3: Loop current fixed • Bit 2: Loop current saturated (PV out of limits) • Bit 1: Non-primary variable out of limits • Bit 0: Primary variable out of limits www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 205: Hart Alarms/event Regeneration

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK Byte 1 and Byte 2 represent any mismatch between the configured HART device and the connected HART device. In addition, they represent any communication related status or failures. Byte 1 and Byte 2 define the following alarms.
  • Page 206: Pbhiomb Block Station Displays

    The HART Channels tab detail display provides information such as the channel name, PV/OP, device tag, device manufacturer, device type name, device type, and device revision. In addition, a hyper-link is provided to the detail display of the HART channel (PBHCHANNEL) to which this PBHIOMB is associated for navigation. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 207 8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK Figure 13: HART Channels detail display Config. Details tab-Detail Display The Config Details tab detail display is identical to the configuration form of the PBHIOMB block (from Control Builder).
  • Page 208 8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK Figure 14: Config. Details tab detail display www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 209: Pbhchannel Station Displays

    8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK 8.8 PBHCHANNEL station displays The following table lists the detail displays and the faceplate name that are used for viewing and monitoring the PBHCHANNEL from the station. Tab Name Detail Display Faceplate Name Main tab sysDtlPbHchannela sysDtlPbHchannela_fp...
  • Page 210 8 PROFIBUS HART INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE (PBHIOM) FUNCTION BLOCK Figure 16: Config. Details tab detail display www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 211: Profibus I/o Module (piomb) Function Block

    9 PROFIBUS I/O Module (PIOMB) Function Block Related topics “PIOMB block overview” on page 212 “PROFIBUS I/O channel blocks” on page 213 “Functioning of PIOMB ” on page 215 “Configuring a PIOMB” on page 221 “Assigning a PROFIBUS Channel to PIOMB” on page 223 “Monitoring PIOMB block”...
  • Page 212: Piomb Block Overview

    A CEEC300 cannot be deleted from the Project view in Control Builder unless all the contained blocks including the PIOMB and the Control Modules containing the PROFIBUS I/O channels are deleted. After the contained blocks are deleted, the communication with the PGM ceases. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 213: Profibus I/o Channel Blocks

    9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK 9.2 PROFIBUS I/O channel blocks The PROFIBUS I/O channels represent logical I/O points of the slave device. The PROFIBUS I/O channel blocks fetch data from and write data to the PIOMB, based on whether the channel type is an input channel or an output channel.
  • Page 214 9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK The PbAoChannel and PbDoChannel blocks feed data from the control strategies to the PIOMB to be sent to the slave devices. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 215: Functioning Of Piomb

    9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK 9.3 Functioning of PIOMB The PIOMB function block executes as an independent block at the base period of the CEE, which contains the PIOMB function block. When the PIOMB is in an "ACTIVE" execution state, it performs the following actions. •...
  • Page 216: Example To Illustrate Operations Affecting The Control Behavior

    PROFIBUS AO channel (represents a channel from a PROFIBUS DP). The following table summarizes the behavior of the input/output type PIOMB under various scenarios. Attention A fail-safe value means analog values are set to NaN, digital values are set to Off, and the status is set to "Bad." www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 217 9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK Scenario Prerequisites Input type PIOMB Output type PIOMB Inactivating a • PIOMB and CM1 are • Input process data is set to • Channel blocks request upstream PIOMB active. fail-safe values. blocks to go into initialization. •...
  • Page 218 PGM and PROFIBUS devices stops. PIOMB Loss of communication scenarios The following table summarizes the various communication loss scenarios and the effect of the communication loss on the input and output type PIOMBs. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 219 9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK Scenario Cause of loss/prerequisites Effect of communication loss Loss of communication Loss of communication between the C300 Input type PIOMB between C300 and PGM and the PGM can occur if both FTE cables •...
  • Page 220 (C300, PIOMB, and CM) must be reloaded. If a battery is present, the connection to the PGM is restored. Depending on the CEE Restart option of the CM, the CM may need to be activated after recovery. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 221: Configuring A Piomb

    9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK 9.4 Configuring a PIOMB Prerequisites • The field network configuration in the PBLink block must be complete. • The DSBs must be configured. • The PIOMB must be assigned to the C300CEE. Perform the following steps to configure a PIOMB Drag-and-drop the PIOMB from the PGM_IF library to the CEE of the C300 Controller.
  • Page 222 • Channel Type (CHANNELTYPE) • Channel Data Type (CHANNELDATATYPE) • Channel Low Range (CHLOWRANGE) • Channel High Range (CHHIGHRANGE) • Channel Data Offset (CHDATAOFFSET) • Channel Bit Offset (CHBITOFFSET) • Input Signal Type (INPUTSIGNALTYPE) • Output Signal Type (OUTPUTSIGNALTYPE) www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 223: Assigning A Profibus Channel To Piomb

    9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK 9.5 Assigning a PROFIBUS Channel to PIOMB After you assign a PDC to a PIOMB, you must assign a PROFIBUS channel to the Control Module containing the C300CEE. You must perform this to view the data of the input or the output channel. The following are the types of PROFIBUS I/O channel blocks that are available and you must select the appropriate channel block based on the channel type.
  • Page 224 You can unassign a PROFIBUS channel from a PIOMB even if the PIOMB is in the QVCS checked-in status. Click OK. The Currently Assigned Channels area in the PIOMB block Main tab configuration form displays the channels associated to this PIOMB. You must repeat this procedure to view the channel information of all channels. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 225: Monitoring Piomb Block

    9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK 9.6 Monitoring PIOMB block In this section, the state and command parameters of the PIOMB block are listed for quick reference. For detailed information about these parameters, you need to refer to the PROFIBUS Gateway Module Parameter Reference guide.
  • Page 226: Piomb Block Status Parameters

    Data is not flowing from the DSB to the PIOMB successfully. 9.6.4 PIOMB notifications When the PIOMB block is active, it generates the following notification. Notification Description Communication Error This notification is generated when the PIOMB loses connection with the associated PDC. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 227: Piomb Block Station Displays

    9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK 9.7 PIOMB block station displays Related topics “Detail displays and faceplate names” on page 227 “Calling up the displays” on page 227 “Detail displays tabs” on page 227 9.7.1 Detail displays and faceplate names The following table lists the names of the details display and faceplate of the PIOMB block.
  • Page 228 Alarm Enable State. Channels tab The Channels tab detail display provides actual channel values of the PROFIBUS devices based on whether the channel is an analog or a digital channel. For an analog channel, the detail display appears as follows. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 229 9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK For a digital channel, the detail display appears as follows.
  • Page 230 The number of channels that appear in the Channel tab detail display are based on the number of channels configured. Config Details tab The Config Details detail display is identical to the Main tab of the PIOMB block (from Control Builder). www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 231 9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK...
  • Page 232 9 PROFIBUS I/O MODULE (PIOMB) FUNCTION BLOCK www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 233: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Configuration Example

    10 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Configuration Example This section illustrates the configuration of the PGM blocks (PGM, PB, DSB, PIOMB, PROFIBUS I/O channel blocks). The GENDSB is used for illustrating the DSB configuration. The ET 200M (IM153-1) device is used for illustrating the field device configuration.
  • Page 234 The PDC Name Reference field will display the PDC name that is associated to the PIOMB in the Main tab of the PIOMB block. Drag-and-drop the PBDICHANNEL from the PGM_IF library in to the Control Module containing the C300 Controller. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 235 10 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE Double-click the PBDICHANNEL. Select the PIOMB (PIOMB_2239) from the Module Name list. Select Profibus I/O Module Block from the Module Type list. The channel numbers and the channel name appear under the Module Type field. The number of channels that will appear is 4 (0, 1, 2, 3) as it is defined in the PDC tab of the GENDSB.
  • Page 236 10 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) CONFIGURATION EXAMPLE www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 237: Loading Profibus Gateway Module

    11 Loading PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) The Experion system provides the ability to build control strategies offline, without being connected to the actual field components. The process of transferring the Control Strategy to the "live" working components in the field is called the load operation. The load operation functionally copies configuration data from the control strategy that is stored in the Engineering Repository Database (ERDB) to the assigned field component in the system architecture.
  • Page 238: Initial Load Order Guidelines

    • If you make changes in slave devices such as changing the connection breakout time or adding another slave devices to the same Protocol Block, the connection between the master and the slave device is not lost. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 239 11 LOADING PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) Loading the DSB block To load a DSB block, the PGM platform block and the Protocol Block to which the DSB is associated must be previously loaded. However, the DSB load fails and will be canceled if any of the following errors are encountered.
  • Page 240: Loading A

    In some cases, more information about the code number may be included in the Control Builder Notifications Reference document. . After the load operation is complete and the Load dialog box closes, click the Monitoring tab. The PGM icon appears in the Monitoring view. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 241: Reloading The Pgm Function Blocks

    11 LOADING PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) 11.3 Reloading the PGM function blocks This sections provides information on reloading the PGM block and its associated function blocks. Reloading the PGM function block Reloading the PGM block is generally not frequently performed since you can only change very few parameters on the PGM platform block after the initial load is successful.
  • Page 242 When you reload a CM containing the PROFIBUS I/O channel blocks, the PIOMB holds the last output value received from the channel block. Also, this value is held by the PROFIBUS slave devices. Reloading the PROFIBUS HART I/O channel blocks The PBHCHANNEL can be reloaded whenever there is a configuration change made to the PBHCHANNEL. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 243: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Maintenance

    12 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Maintenance Related topics “Periodic checks” on page 244 “ Replacing a non-redundant PGM” on page 245 “Replacing a redundant or secondary PGM” on page 246 “Replacing a non-redundant PGM IOTA board” on page 247 “Replacing a redundant or secondary PGM IOTA board” on page 248...
  • Page 244: Periodic Checks

    PGM since front-panel indicators and LEDs are not field replaceable. That all connections are secure. Secure connections, as needed. That cable insulation is not worn or cracked. Replace cables, as required. That IOTA is secure. Tighten mounting screws. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 245: Replacing A Non-redundant

    12 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) MAINTENANCE 12.2 Replacing a non-redundant PGM This procedure can be performed only while off-process. CAUTION We recommend that you proceed with extreme caution whenever replacing any component in a control system. Be sure the system is offline or in a safe operating mode. Component replacements may also require corresponding changes in the control strategy configuration through Control Builder, as well as downloading appropriate data to the replaced component.
  • Page 246: Replacing A Redundant Or Secondary

    The new PGM boots up to ALIVE or BKUP. If the application image does not match the primary PGM, it is not be synchronized. Click the Redundancy tab from either the primary or secondary PGM. Click Enable Synchronization to initiate synchronization and allow auto-synchronization. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 247: Replacing A Non-redundant Pgm Iota Board

    12 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) MAINTENANCE 12.4 Replacing a non-redundant PGM IOTA board This procedure can be performed only while off-process. CAUTION We recommend that you proceed with extreme caution whenever replacing any component in a control system. Be sure the system is offline or in a safe operating mode. Component replacements may also require corresponding changes in the control strategy configuration through Control Builder, as well as downloading appropriate data to the replaced component.
  • Page 248: Replacing A Redundant Or Secondary Pgm Iota Board

    The PGM boots up into an unsynchronized secondary redundancy state with BKUP operating state. Click the Redundancy tab from either the primary or secondary PGM FB. Click Enable Synchronization to initiate synchronization and allow auto-synchronization. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 249: Profibus Gateway Module (pgm) Troubleshooting

    13 PROFIBUS Gateway Module (PGM) Troubleshooting This chapter provides guidance and background information about the causes and remedies for failures which may occur in the PGM. Related topics “Behavior of PGM during fault scenarios” on page 250 “Fault Classifications” on page 253 “Initial checks”...
  • Page 250: Behavior Of Pgm During Fault Scenarios

    The slave devices are not configured properly. • The slave devices are broken. The following table illustrates the behavior of the DSB and PIOMB blocks in the event of a communication loss between the PGM and the slave device. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 251: Loss Of Communication Between The Pgm And Control Strategies

    13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING PIOMB Input side behavior Input type PIOMB • The DSB is informed of the communication loss. • The PIOMB receives the "Communication Fail" status and the channel will follow that status. • The status of the PDCs are set to "Device communication error."...
  • Page 252: Pgm Power Failure

    In the event of an Experion server switchover, if the PGM is using a Flex station, the server switchover results in a momentary loss of view. However, if the PGM is using Console station, the server switchover does not result in loss of view or loss of control. In both scenarios, the DSB continues to update the PIOMB. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 253: Fault Classifications

    13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING 13.2 Fault Classifications Faults have been classified into a number of categories according to the severity of the failure. The PGM behavior when a failure is detected is determined by type of fault and whether the PGM is non-redundant, or is one of a redundant controller pair.
  • Page 254: Initial Checks

    Checking server point build log The SvrPtBld_servername.txt log provides list of process (CB) points built in the server database. To check the log, navigate to this file location on the server: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Experion PKS \Engineering Tools\temp\SvrPtBld_servername.txt. Checking server point build error log The svrptblderr_servername.txt log provides list of any errors associated with process (CB) points built in the...
  • Page 255 13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING • • Call Stack • Instructions See Series C Firmware Load Tool (CTool) for Series C Components in the Control Hardware Troubleshooting and Maintenance Guide for the procedure to capture diagnostic data.
  • Page 256: Fixing Common Problems

    Slave devices are not configured properly. Solution Check for the slave device configurations and correct the configurations, if any. Otherwise, go to Cause 3. Cause 3 Slave devices are broken. Solution Replace the broken slave devices one by one. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 257 13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING Loss of power The power supply has failed or the main power source has been shutdown or is experiencing a brownout or blackout condition. Diagnostic Check • The 4-character display on the PGM and LEDs on the module and the IOTA are off. •...
  • Page 258 Unless you suspect that one of the causes described above exists and is resulting in a spurious indication, you should replace the PGM exhibiting this diagnostic at your earliest convenience. When this fault exists, network redundancy for this node no longer is working. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 259 Try shorting the reset pads on the IOTA to restart the module. If error persists, replace the module. Check the Trace log for breadcrumbs that occurred prior to the event. Provide the results of the trace log to Honeywell Solutions Support Center (SSC) for analysis. Display shows FAIL The PGM detects failure during system integrity checks, such as Watch Dog Timer (WDT), error detection circuits, microprocessor static configuration registers, and Read Only Memory (ROM) checksum.
  • Page 260 Recycle power to the module. If error persists, replace the module. Check the Trace log for breadcrumbs that occurred prior to the event. Provide the results of the trace log to Honeywell Solutions Support Center (SSC) for analysis. Isolated (lonely) Node For a redundant PGM pair, Fault Tolerant Ethernet (FTE) communications with partner and FTE network are lost.
  • Page 261 13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING Diagnostic Check Ensure that the Device Index switches on the IOTA were not intentionally set to zero to initiate a Device Index/IP Address reset. Cause 1 Device Index switches set to zero. Solution Change Device Index switches to correct setting. Cause 2 The module is defective.
  • Page 262: Getting Further Assistance

    Service for WS360 Experion and TPN. Guidelines for requesting support If you cannot resolve a problem using this guide, you can request support from your Honeywell Solution Support Center. When requesting support, please supply as many relevant details as possible, including: •...
  • Page 263 13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING • Recent changes - Such as upgrades/service packs, to Experion software, Windows or other applications. • Subsystem and its version/build - If the problem relates to a particular subsystem, such as Station or Quick Builder.
  • Page 264 13 PROFIBUS GATEWAY MODULE (PGM) TROUBLESHOOTING www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 265: Glossary Of Terms And Acronyms

    The control building software, running on a Windows operating system, that provides an environment to build control strategies using function blocks for the Honeywell Control Processor. It includes the Function Block Builder, SCM Builder, Function Block Symbols, SCM Symbols and Configuration Forms, SCM Blocks and Configuration Forms, Function Block Faceplate, and the Data Entry Mechanism.
  • Page 266 They can be connected and grouped together to construct simple or complex control strategies. GENDSB Generic Device Support Block GENIODSB Generic IO Device Support Block GENPADSB Generic Process Automation Device Support Block GENPAGWDSB Generic Process Automation Gateway Device Support Block Generic Station Description www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 267 14 GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ACRONYMS Generic Station Description A readable ASCII text file that contains both general and device-specific specifications for communication (Communication Feature List) and network configuration. HCIR Hot Configuration in RUN Profibus Network Configuration Tool This tool is used to configure the field network and the devices for various networks. It runs vendor specific DTM or generic DTM for devices having GSD or EDDL configuration files.
  • Page 268 Family of Series C form factor I/O modules designed to operate with the C300 Controller. System Repository Turck Excom DSB Turck Excom Device Support Block Universal Module Universal Module can be configured as either Analog Input or Analog Output channels. www.honeywell.com...
  • Page 269: Notices

    Documentation feedback You can find the most up-to-date documents on the Honeywell Process Solutions support website at: http://www.honeywellprocess.com/support If you have comments about Honeywell Process Solutions documentation, send your feedback to: hpsdocs@honeywell.com...
  • Page 270 CCC visit the website, https://www.honeywellprocess.com/en-US/contact-us/customer-support-contacts/ Pages/default.aspx. Training classes Honeywell holds technical training classes about Experion PKS. These classes are taught by experts in the field of process control systems. For more information about these classes, contact your Honeywell representative, or see http://www.automationcollege.com.

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