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  • 1. 1 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 2. User Layer – Blocks and Device Descriptions HMI Values are read from the device. Descriptions User Layer are obtained from the DD. Alerts Mode Inputs Algorithm Outputs e.g. AI Function Block PV Units Transducer e.g. Level PV Transducer Block COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION STACK STACK PHYSICAL LAYER PHYSICAL LAYER PV2 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 3. Device Interoperability Test and Registration Function Block Transducer Block  Registered Device DeviceCommunication Stack Interoperability Tester Registered DD Device Description (DD) 3 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 4. FOUNDATION for ROM Development FB TB DD H1 + HSE Basic Control Advanced Control Remote Operations ManagementAnalog Input Analog Alarm Large Point Count Remote DevicesAnalog Output Arithmetic 64 Channel Discrete Input/OutputBias & Gain Deadtime 16 Channel Analog Input/OutputControl Selector Device Control Wired HART ® ConnectivityDiscrete Input 8 Channel Discrete Input/Output Wireless ConnectivityDiscrete Output Flexible Function Block Wireless HSE BackhaulManual Loader Input Selector Wireless Field DevicesPD Control Integrator WirelessHART®PID Control Lead/Lag ISA100.11aRatio Control Setpoint Ramp Generator Signal Characterizer Splitter Safety Instrumented Timer Functions4 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 5. FOUNDATION for ROM Development Phases5 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 6. FOUNDATION for ROM Development Teams Host HSE Remote I/O HSE-RIO Team Fieldbus Foundation – ISA Cooperation ISA100.15 Working Group • Large Point Count Device • Multi-channel I/O Wireless HSE Backhaul • Wired HART Block FOUNDATION for ROM DeviceConventional WirelessHART ISA100.11a I/O H1 Wired HART Wireless Sensor Integration Team6 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 7. FOUNDATION for ROM Development – HSE RIO Configuration Operation 1. User configures Expected Tags in Association Block  Real-time process data published as configured 2. ROM Device instantiates appropriate Transducer Blocks  Control e.g. RIO, HART, WirelessHART, ISA100.11a  HMI 3. ROM Device changes TB Tag to Expected Tag  Asset Management 4. TB are connected to FBs.  Device diagnostics are reported as configured 5. FB links and device diagnostics are configured  Control  HMI AB_001; Expd_Tag=TIC_334   Asset Management  Maintenance Association Block AB_002; Expd_Tag=TIC_335  (AB) … AB_003; Expd_Tag=TIC_336 AB_nnn; Expd_Tag=TIC_nnn  2048  TBAI TB Tag = “TIC_336”    TBAI  Data + Status TB Tag = “TIC_336”   FBMAI  Device Diagnostics TBAI FB Tag = “Tank_1”TB Tag = “TIC_334”  7 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 8. Device Diagnostics Function Failure Check Out of Maintenance Specification Required Wired or Wireless HSE FOUNDATION for ROM Device Utilizes advanced diagnostic capabilities of intelligent devices 4 standard “status signals” categories are available Mapping of diagnostics in status signals configurable by user I/O Enables condition-based maintenance – automatic work orders H1 HART Optimizes maintenance functions Detailed information available on demand Wireless 8 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 9. Device Diagnostics Example H1 + HSE Device Memory Device Internal Calibration Has Plugged Error Temperature High Drifted Impulse line9 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 10. FOUNDATION for ROM – HSE RIO Timeline2007Specification Team Kickoff Meeting Jan2008Draft Preliminary Specifications Oct2009Validation Team Kickoff Meeting FebLaboratory Validation Testing - Conventional I/O Aug, Dec2010 Laboratory Validation Testing - Conventional I/O Mar Laboratory Validation Testing - Wired HART ` Jun, Sep Preliminary Specifications – Conventional I/O Dec2011 Final Specifications – Conventional I/O Apr  Association Block  64 Channel Discrete Input/Output  16 Channel Analog Input/Output 10 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 11. FOUNDATION for ROM – WirelessHART Integration Association Block (AB) Data + Status 2048 FB Device Diagnostics TBHART TB Tag = “HART_5” TBLL TB Tag = “HART_LIVE_LIST_GW_1” GW_1Gateway Expected Network Network Address 9 Tag Address Status GW_1 HART_5 5 Good Network Address 5 Network Address 10 GW_1 HART_7 7 Bad Mesh GW_1 HART_9 9 Good Status Network Address 11 Network Address 7 GW_1 HART_10 10 Good GW_1 HART_11 11 Bad WirelessHART Mesh 11 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 12. FOUNDATION for ROM - WirelessHART® Integration2010Lab Validation Testing – WirelessHART Parameter Mapping Nov2011 Lab Validation Testing – WirelessHART Parameter Mapping Mar Lab Validation Testing – WirelessHART Live List Jun Preliminary Specification - HART and WirelessHART Aug2012 Final Specification – HART and WirelessHART Jan12 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 13. FOUNDATION for ROM – Wireless Backhaul Model CCD - Set of devices BHI - Provides isolation and security of communications flows BSP - Provides connectivity between CCD’s IF1 - Physical interface to the backhaul technology IF2 - Protected data flowing across the backhaul - authentication, authorization, encryption IF3 - Physical interface to CCD IF4 - Transparent end-to-end communication between CCDs IF5 - Management - Configuration of IF1-IF3 and BHI functions13 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 14. FOUNDATION for ROM – Wireless Backhaul SecurityOverlay Secure Endpoint Endpoint Overlay Tunnel Secure Tunnel14 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 15. FOUNDATION for ROM – Wireless Backhaul Security Overlay Secure Endpoint Endpoint Overlay Tunnel PV PV IF2 #8%%0@!!(%015 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 16. FOUNDATION for ROM - Wireless Backhaul2009Backhaul Uses Cases and Requirements Completed JanBackhaul Request for Information (RFI) Development Feb - OctReview of RFI Responses by ISA100.15 Dec2010RFI Gap Analysis Competed FebBackhaul Security Modeling using ISA99 Methods AprFirst Wireless HSE Backhaul to Conventional I/O Operational AugFirst Wireless HSE Backhaul to WirelessHART Operational Nov2011 Backhaul Architecture Model review by ISA100.15 – Interfaces, Security Mar Backhaul Architecture Model review by ISA100.15 – Flow Control May Backhaul Architecture Model approved by ISA100.15 (Unanimous) Oct2012 Wireless HSE Backhaul Profiles 16 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 17. FOUNDATION for ROM - Wireless Backhaul Profiles Applications Design Demonstration Release Requirements Validation Backhaul Technologies System (DEMO WG) HSE Wireless Engineering Profiles for HSE Profiles for HSE Remote Operations Backhaul Design Guideline Operation on Operation onManagement End-User Specification Wireless Backhaul Wireless Backhaul Applications Backhaul Architecture Model 17 17 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 18. FOUNDATION for ROM – ISA100.11a Integration Association Block (AB) Data + Status 2048 FB Device Diagnostics TBISA TB Tag = “ISA_5” TBLL TB Tag = “ISA_LIVE_LIST_GW_1” GW_1Gateway Expected Network Network Address 9 Tag Address Status GW_1 ISA_5 5 Good Network Address 5 Network Address 10 GW_1 ISA_7 7 Good Mesh GW_1 ISA_9 9 Good Status Network Address 11 Network Address 7 GW_1 ISA_10 10 Bad GW_1 ISA_11 11 Good ISA100.11a Mesh 18 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation
  • 19. FOUNDATION for ROM - ISA100.11a Integration2010Specification Team Kickoff Meeting OctInitial ISA100.11a Integration Architecture Dec2011 ISA100.11a Integration Architecture Completed Mar ISA100.11a Integration Design Jun ISA100.11 Draft Preliminary Specification – Revision 1 Aug ISA100.11 Draft Preliminary Specification – Revision 2 Sep First Wireless HSE Backhaul to ISA100.11a Operational Sep ISA100.11 Draft Preliminary Specification – Revision 3 Nov2012 Lab Validation Testing - ISA100.11a 1Q Preliminary Specification – ISA100.11a 3Q Final Specification – ISA100.11a 4Q 19 © 1994 – 2011 Fieldbus Foundation