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K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
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K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
K. David McKee, electronic portfolio
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  • 1. Project Communications
  • 2. ISA/S95 Architecture
  • 3. Monitoring
  • 4. System OverviewBasic Functions and FeaturesThe B104 Laboratory Equipment Monitoring System (LEMS) is a data collection, trending, alarming, and reporting system designed to monitor labequipment in the B104 laboratories. The system consists of five major components: field devices, Yokogawa DAQSTATIONs, a Data Historian, andtwo Windows based production servers, one which supports the remote notification system which includes the Win-911 Software/Hardware Package,and a second which supports the data management and alarm reporting systems which includes the PrintWave software package.Field DevicesField devices are laboratory equipment; such as, freezers, ovens, incubators, etc., with sensors used specifically for monitoring laboratory equipment.These field devices are spread throughout B104 laboratories in multiple areas and are connected to a designated channel on each YokogawaDAQSTATION..Yokogawa DAQSTATIONsEach Yokogawa DAQSTATION has an integrated display which presents measurement data of field devices in real-time, as well as, provides localtrending and alarm notification based upon channel configuration. Each DAQSTATION can monitor up to 30 field devices and is equipped with astandard Ethernet port that supports TCP/IP, SNTP and FTP protocols allowing remote monitoring, alarming, reporting, file transferring, timesynchronization and configuration.Data HistorianThe B104 Laboratory Equipment Monitoring System (LEMS) utilizes a data historian to collect and store data collected from the B104 laboratories.The Data Historian system facilitates access to historical data for monitoring, reporting, and analysis. Refer to the B105 Production Data HistorianSystem Overview document for details.Data File Management and Alarm Reporting Production ServerThe data file management and alarm reporting production server, hosting PrintWave, communicates with each DAQSTATION via Ethernet.PrintWave is an automatic reporting solution for Yokogawa DAQSTATIONs. Periodically the DAQSTATIONs will send a process and alarm data fileto the production server using FTP. When FTP client mode is used, the data file (including all audit trail data) is saved to the production server. ThePrintWave software will manipulate the file(s) on the server to create an alarm report and then move both the data file transferred via FTP and alarmreport file up to a GMP file server.Remote Notification Production ServerThe remote notification production server, hosting Win-911, communicates with each DAQSTATION via Ethernet. Win-911 is a remote alarmnotification solution. In the event of an alarm detected by a DAQSTATION, Win-911 will provide remote notification to the proper personnel. Callgroups are configured according to priority and availability. Also, Win-911 is capable of call escalation in the event that calls are not responded towithin a configurable time frame.
  • 5. Block Diagram Overview
  • 6. Business Process OverviewLEMS Business Process Overview Document Yokogawa Alarm Indicator Info / Alarm Data on Yokogawa monitored Acknowledged Temperature captured illuminates info in and Humidity locally, logbook conditions periodicallty No DX240P are transferred Yes measured to secure server Delay time exceeded? Is System No in Alarm? Yes Win911 Software Win911 Win911 contacts Call Back individuals on call Yes discontinues received? list sequentally call out No Data Data Historian captured from Yokogawas using Kepware SmartLab/Logbook Document Alarm Assessment
  • 7. Win-911 Notification Flowchart
  • 8. System OverviewBasic FunctionsThe B104 Stability Monitoring system is a data collection and trending system designed to monitor environmental conditions within in the stabilitychambers and freezers in B104. The system consists of four sections: analog measurement of chamber temperature and humidity, analog-to-digitaldata conversion, operator interfacing, and remote notification.The analog measurement is done by dedicated temperature and humidity sensors. Each stability chamber contains two temperature and 2 humiditysensors working in parallel to provide redundancy in case of sensor failure. Stability chamber #86 contains 4 temperature and 4 humidity sensorsdue to its larger size. Each freezer contains only two temperature sensors and no humidity sensors.Each PLC receives input from one set of the sensors in each chamber/freezer to provide redundancy in the case of device failure. Both PLCs areconfigured to keep a log of several days of data in a FIFO stack for the event of a network communications failure.Operator interfacing is accomplished by viewing the FactoryTalk View on an iGel client. The system shall be initially configured with 2 iGel stations.The program shall be served from a Citrix server. Refer to the B105 HMI System System Overview document for details.In the case of an alarm, Win911 software provides remote notification ability. Responders are configured according to call priority and callavailability. Win911 also provides for call escalation in the event that calls are not responded to within a configurable time frame.System Data FlowThe data is read by a pair of AspenTech CIMIO servers and then forwarded on to the B105 Aspen Data Historian for long-term storage. The data isrecorded by the Data Historian. In the case of network failure, provisions are in place to minimize data loss. The PLC buffers the data collected inthe FIFO stack. The CIMIO servers buffer data. The HMI server buffers activity and alarm logs. Once network connectivity is restored, the data ispropagated to the historian, with the exception of the buffered PLC data in the FIFO stack.Data HistorianThe B104 Stability Monitoring System collects and stores environmental data collected from the B104 Stability chambers and freezers. The DataHistorian system facilitates access to historical data for monitoring, reporting, and analysis. The system provides current process data to the B105Parenteral Plant FlowStream applications. Refer to the B105 Production Data Historian System Overview document for details
  • 9. Block Diagram Overview
  • 10. ISA/S95 Architecture
  • 11. Alarm & Event Report Web Portal
  • 12. DCM Mix Event Related Projects
  • 13. Automation of Product Transfer• Benefits – Allow frequent small volume transfers to provide better control of homogeneity – Provide capability via automation to perform continuous process improvements – Give Filling control of drop – Eliminate Batch record cross compares per lot• Risks – Timing on Line 1 and 2 Filler lines retirement and validation

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