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How to make a real time control system using CDP, control system platform from ICD ...

How to make a real time control system using CDP, control system platform from ICD
Briefly about benefits of using CDP and its capabilities
Examples of hardware suitable for use in a distributed control system made with cdp



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    • Hardware requirements
      • A Standard Industrial Controller (ex Wago IPC) with Intel X86 compatible CPU (support for ARM soon released) or any standard PC/104 type controller with Real-Time Operating System, such as RTOS-32, embedded Linux etc
      • Ethernet switch to connect controllers and IO nodes
      • One or more I/O nodes: Wago, Phoenix Contact or similar ethernet connected i/o nodes, supporting modbus/udp, modbus/tcp protocol or any standard Serial i/o
      • 24V Power Supply
      • The User Interface can run on a micro controller or a dedicated PC, Panel PC / touch screen, or be made up of only buttons and switches in systems where no graphics is required.
    • Small system configuration: Controller IO Node Characteristics: -Controller (Industrial PC) (starting at $200-$400) -IO Node (starting at $200-$400) -Optional: Ethernet switch for external access -PSU 24V -Casing (small rack) PSU switch
    • Typical system configuration: Characteristics: -1x Controller (Industrial PC) (from $3-400) -6x IO Node (from $3-400) -1x Ethernet switch -PSU 24V -Casing (large rack) Controller IO Node PSU IO Node IO Node IO Node IO Node IO Node Graphical Display PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU switch
    • Example of Offshore Installation
      • Offshore seismic cable handling installation, with several winches, active heave compensation and radio remote control:
      • 4 CDP controllers
      • 10 IO-nodes
      • 2 remote radio controls
      • 3 CDPUI user interfaces
    • Small cabinet with power supply, IO nodes and ethernet switch
    • Large cabinet with power supply, many IO nodes and ethernet switch
    • Large cabinet with many IO nodes and a power supply
    • Rack with 2 controllers and 2 wireless interfaces connected via RS-232 (during assembly)
    • Wireless control panel for winch
    • Graphical Display with live Video feed
    • Advantages with CDP hardware
      • Uses COTS (off-the-shelf) hardware, many alternative suppliers worldwide
      • Very good availability of spare parts
      • Standard cables (Ethernet), fibre optic or wireless
      • Scalability (upgrade to more powerful HW with no impact), HW portability