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Experion PKS
CEE-based Controller
Specifications and Technical Data
Release 200
Revision Date: December 2003
Version 1.0



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  • Page 1 ® Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Technical Data EP03-300-200 Release 200 Revision Date: December 2003 Version 1.0...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    C200 Simulation Environment Specifications.....................32 Models Numbers...........................33 Models-at-a-Glance Examples ...........................33 Controllers, Racks, Power Supplies & Communications Modules ..............38 Miscellaneous Hardware ............................38 Cables and Connectors............................39 Controller Software.............................40 Application Controller Environment (ACE) Software ..................42 Simulation System Software ..........................43 Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 3 Ver 1.0 December 2003 Updated for final version Revision Description Section Change Description Throughout Minor edits ACE Node AFDSIO Information on Legend for Change column: A -- Added D -- Deleted M -- Modified Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    By unifying the plant-wide architecture, Experion PKS allows you to make the right product at the right time, optimize and automate, increase workforce effectiveness, and increase availability of resources while reducing incidents.
  • Page 5 Figure 1 is a representation of many of the possible nodes that can be utilized in an Experion PKS architecture. The Experion PKS architecture is highly scalable and not all nodes are necessary or required.
  • Page 6: Experion Pks Cee-Based Controller Overview

    With Experion PKS, the user configures the system instead of building it from the ground up. Most industrial process control applications require a number of common elements, such as communications protocols and control algorithms. Experion PKS includes such elements in its standard operating framework, allowing the user to concentrate on the application, not the system.
  • Page 7 Integrated Alarms and Events – Alarms are configured by Control Builder, generated by the Controller, recorded into the event system, and acknowledged by operators on the Experion PKS Operator Station alarm summary display. Users do not have to separately configure process alarms in both the controller and the supervisory system.
  • Page 8: Communication Infrastructure

    As stated above, the Experion PKS server only supports one Supervisory Control Network type. However, the Experion PKS server does support the ControlNet interface card in conjunction with the FTE Supervisory Control Network for SCADA connections to ControlNet resident Allen-Bradley devices.
  • Page 9: Functional Description

    The Control Execution Environment (CEE) is the common core software used in the various controllers supported by Experion PKS. This includes the C200 controller, the Application Control Environment (ACE) and the C200 Simulation Environment (SIM-C200). The CEE provides an execution and scheduling environment in which the user-configured Control Modules and Sequential Control Modules execute.
  • Page 10: Control Strategy Building

    Version 1.0 Control Strategy Building Experion PKS control strategies are built using Control Builder, a graphical, object-oriented tool that supports the Control Execution Environments of the Experion PKS Control Processor, Application Control Environment and Simulation Control Environment. It allows system design, documentation, and monitoring.
  • Page 11 The Fieldbus Configuration Tools integrates the Controller with Fieldbus devices. Key features include: • Communication through the ControlNet path from the Experion PKS Server • Block and Device tag and address setting • An easy-to-use graphical environment for creating linkages, loops and a schedule based upon Fieldbus concepts.
  • Page 12: Control Functions

    Version 1.0 Control Functions Control functions currently supported in the Experion PKS Control Builder libraries are listed in the Specifications section. Standard available function blocks include Process Variable, Regulatory Control, Fieldbus (Device and Control blocks), Motor Control, Discrete Logic and Sequential Control, as well as general-purpose blocks like Flags, Numerics, Timers and Arrays.
  • Page 13 An example application might be header dosing in a batch plant. SCMs, including this Common SCM function, are fully integrated into Honeywell’s TotalPlant Batch package for flexible batch operation. Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 14: Control Libraries

    Version 1.0 Control Libraries In addition to the standard Control Builder libraries, Experion PKS also supports special function block libraries that are licensed separately, such as the Profibus, Fieldbus, American Gas Association (AGA) Flow Rate Calculation, and Allen Bradley Drive Interface Libraries.
  • Page 15: Cfr Part 11

    Version 1.0 21 CFR Part 11 The Experion PKS system provides enhanced capabilities to support the regulated industry and their unique requirements related to FDA regulations, particularly compliance with 21 CFR Part 11. The Control Builder related features are discussed in this section. The Server-related features are described in EP03-200-200, Experion PKS Server Specifications and Technical Data.
  • Page 16: Experion Pks Process Simulation

    • High fidelity simulation (on a dedicated Experion PKS Simulation system). An Experion PKS server (R200 and above) can be expanded with one or more C200 simulation environments (SIM-C200), formerly known as the Simulation Control Environment, for a quick and simple strategy checkout.
  • Page 17 5. Finally, the ‘old’ primary chassis is migrated and will then synchronize with the primary controller after which a normal redundant controller pair exists. In addition, the Experion PKS system supports release interoperability, which provides the flexibility to leave controllers on an older release while they remain interoperable with the new server and controllers in the system.
  • Page 18: Specifications And Sizing

    Not permitted when equipment is installed in a Class I, Division 2, Hazardous (Classified) Location. The above environmental and agency specifications apply to all Experion PKS Chassis Series A models, including Controllers, Power Supplies and I/O, except where noted. The maximum relative humidity specification applies up to 40 ° C. Above 40 ° C the RH specification is de- rated to 55% to maintain constant moisture content.
  • Page 19: Control Processor Module Hardware Specifications

    C-Tick Australian Electromagnetic Compatibility Radiocommunications Act of 1992 Control Processor Module Hardware Specifications The Experion PKS C200 Control processor module meets the following specifications: Table 3. TC-PRS021, TK-PRS021 Specifications Parameter Operative and Storage Limits Transportation Band Module Power Requirements +5 VDC +/- 5% @ 1.5 A +3.3 VDC +/- 5% @ 1.0 A...
  • Page 20: Controlnet Specifications

    24 Vdc R1 T1 R2 T2 Fiber Segments -- 3 Km m ax each Figure 3. ControlNet Fiber Optic Example -- Use of 2 Fiber Segments to Interconnect 2 Non-Redundant-Media ControlNet Trunk Segments Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 21: Control Net Cable

    EP03-300-200 December, 2003 Release 200 Version 1.0 Control Net Cable Table 5. Honeywell-Recommended ControlNet Coaxial Trunk Cable Types Honeywe Supplier Field NEC / Jacket Jacket Dielectric Electrical Compatible Comments ll Part and Part Usage color material Type Properties Connector Number...
  • Page 22 Electrical characteristics are the same as standard ControlNet trunk cable 51192416 except greater attenuation results in less distance capability than 51192416 cable Standard ControlNet trunk cable connector 51192417-100 is Amphenol part # 31-71000-RFX used in Honeywell-supplied pre- assembled trunk cable assemblies TC-KCCX01 through TC-KCC500...
  • Page 23: Function Block Types

    • Sequential Control Functions (follows S88.01) ¾ Step FB ¾ Transition FB ¾ Handlers: Main, Interrupt, Check, Restart, Hold, Stop, Abort • F Fieldbus OUNDATION ¾ All blocks & parameters defined by manufacturer supplied DD/Capability files Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 24: Control Builder Specifications

    Table 7. Multi-User Control Builder Operational Limits Maximum concurrent Control Builder Clients connected to single Server 128 KB Minimum continuously available Network Bandwidth required for each multi-user CB Client. Maximum Fieldbus Library Manager Clients connected to single Server Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 25: Network Specifications

    Uplink ControlNet IO network. The auxiliary communication network does not support I/O communications. Linking Devices and AB Drives reside on an isolated I/O network; no other chassis or rail I/O connect to the same network. Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 26 Pair with 2 Redundancy Modules A Logix5550 or PLC5/C counts as a Controller only if a SCADA connection is formed to it. Use of the EXCHANGE FB does not constitute a SCADA connection. Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 27: Control Execution Environment Specifications

    All data connections are done via data “pulls.” The only data “push” in Experion PKS is the output expression of a Sequential Control Module Step function block and the output of the PUSH FB. Experion PKS provides end point fail-safe data protection and handling.
  • Page 28 Number of Remote CEEs that a CEE can initiate a peer (includes C200s connection with and FIMs) Number of Remote CEEs that a CEE can receive a peer (includes C200s connection from and FIMs) Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 29: Controller Redundancy Specifications

    90 sec Maximum Elapsed Time Between Commanded Switchover and 150 sec Completion of Initial Synchronization Maximum Elapsed Time Between Switchover Due to Power Cycle of the 200 sec Primary and Completion of Initial Synchronization Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 30: I/O Module And Fieldbus Capacity

    Qualified for use with 50 ms CEE and ControlNet or FTE Supervisory Process Control Network. Fieldbus (FIMs) is not supported on an Experion PKS system that uses Ethernet as the Supervisory Process Control Network . Series D CNI modules are used with the FIM.
  • Page 31 Default = 25 ms Update rate is configurable on the PBIM block. Minimum = 12.5 ms (remote chassis) or 5 ms (local chassis) Maximum = 50 ms DeviceNet Bridge Module (1756-DNB) 50 ms Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 32: C200 Control Processor Processing And Memory Resources

    C200 Control Processor can execute. Other constraints, such as total number of CMs and SCMs, must also be taken into account. These specifications should be reviewed to ensure that Experion PKS meets the application requirements. The table below represents an example of non-redundant Control processor configuration (not necessarily typical).
  • Page 33 Monitoring frequently changing values • Operating in a redundant system • Operating with high quantities of configured peer-to-peer Maximum number of Steps & Transitions (divided over all handlers) per SCM Step/Transition Step/Transition pairs) pairs) Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 34 50 percent more PUs as compared to a CM with the standard PID block. A CM with the PID-PL block utilizes circa 30 percent more MUs as compared to a CM with the standard PID block. Estimated value Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 35: C200 Simulation Environment Specifications

    Application configuration can be moved between the simulation environment and the controller through the export and import function or by reassignment when both reside on the same Experion PKS server. Changes made on the simulation system can be restored on the real controller through the same procedure.
  • Page 36: Models Numbers

    The ”A” and “B” FTE network cables connect to their own Ethernet switch, which is part of the overall FTE switch tree. See the Fault Tolerant Ethernet (FTE) Specification and Technical Data, EP03-500-110 for more information. Other Experion PKS operator stations connect to Experion PKS via the same FTE network. Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 37 1-meter drop cable, and a BNC connector for ControlNet Interface (CNI) connection. Several physical models are available to accommodate different mounting layouts. Other Experion PKS operator stations connect to Experion PKS via a LAN above the server, not via the Supervisory ControlNet.
  • Page 38 I/O rack, can be used to Exchange peer-to-peer with external devices. • Experion PKS Station Nodes may reside on the same Ethernet segment as the C200 Controllers for small systems when the total number of Stations (not counting the Server) plus C200 Controllers totals four (4) or less, e.g.
  • Page 39 CNI cards in a redundant chassis are either Tx-CCN012/013 (non-redundant media) or Tx-CCR012/013 (redundant media) ControlNet Interface (CNI) modules. The CNI cards in the primary rack have the same model number and revision as the CNI card in the same slot of the secondary rack. Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 40 As shown in the diagram below, an Exchange peer-to-peer is also possible between C200 controllers that reside under different Experion PKS servers. This applies to either a dedicated ControlNet network, an Ethernet network or the FTE network (same FTE community) connecting the controllers to the servers.
  • Page 41: Controllers, Racks, Power Supplies & Communications Modules

    TC-PCIC01K is used with both dual and single ControlNet media. For I/O models and specifications, please refer to: EP03-400-200 Experion PKS Chassis I/O Modules - Series A Specification and Technical Data EP03-410-200 Experion PKS Rail I/O Modules - Series A Specification and Technical Data...
  • Page 42: Cables And Connectors

    Refer to ControlNet Cable System Planning and Installation Manual for details T-Style Taps Y-Style Taps 9904-TPS 9904-TPR 9904-TPYS 9904-TPYR (straight) (right angle) (straight) (right angle) Figure 8. Illustrations of Different ControlNet Tap Styles Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 43: Controller Software

    TC-SWCB31 CB10 Control Builder Client License One license is included as a part of Experion PKS Base Server System Software. This model number does not support a stand-alone installation, therefore it is not orderable as a separate item. TC-SWCB31 allows Control Builder access to engineering databases via TCP/IP and UDP/IP Communications.
  • Page 44 10,000 Point Qualification & Version Control System The Base SW license is required for each implementation. The Point licenses augment the base and are chosen in bundles to match the system Process Point count. Experion PKS CEE-based Controller Specifications and Models...
  • Page 45: Application Controller Environment (Ace) Software

    Application Controller Environment Software and Function Block Libraries are subjected to licensing. The license always applies to the Experion PKS Server the ACE Server is connected to. Licenses are not transferred between servers. There are two types of licenses, as indicated per model number: A –...
  • Page 46: Simulation System Software

    License type TC-SIMC21 C200 Simulation Control environment This model number should be ordered when a SIM-C200 simulation environment should be added to an existing on-process Experion PKS server for strategy checkout purposes. Simulation System Software Model Number Model Description TC-SIM001 Simulation System –...
  • Page 47 All other products and brand names shown are trademarks of their respective owners. While this information is presented in good faith and believed to be accurate, Honeywell disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and makes no express warranties except as may be stated in its written agreement with and for its customer.