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1 Stefan Lugert Endress+Hauser Process Solutions on behalf of Klaus-Peter Lindner: Vice President Associations & Standardization FDT Group Brussels, Belgium FDT Technology - IEC / ISA SP103 Standardized Communication Interface Between Field Devices and Systems

2 2/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Welcome Stefan Lugert Endress+Hauser Process Solutions AG, Reinach, Switzerland Manager Marketing & Sales 10 years at Endress+Hauser Process Solutions Responsible for Sales of PC PS Solutions Products and Services to Endress+Hauser Sales Organisations.

3 3/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group PC Process Solutions Endress+Hauser Process Solutions AG was founded to create added value to Endress+Hauser core business by providing products, systems, services and process automation solutions based on open standards. Founded December 1999, start-up January 2000 Located in Reinach, Switzerland Currently employs more than 110 people Joint ventures of Endress+Hauser: CodeWrights, Karlsruhe, Germany (67%) Metso Endress+Hauser Technology AG, Reinach, Switzerland (50%) Open Field Communications, Morisset, Australia (70%)

4 4/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Solutions from Endress+Hauser Process ManagementSupply Chain Management Process ControlPlant Asset Mgmt. Plant Inventory Control Production Process Asset Management Process Logistic Process Integration Technologies Instruments Customer Process Products Systems Competencies Applications/SolutionsE+H Solutions

5 5/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Agenda User requirements overview Technical concept Nested communication Application examples Standardization of FDT The FDT Group

6 6/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group General user Requirements

7 7/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Control/Operation Communication Control application Alarms/events Process graphics Control/Operation Communication Control application Alarms/events Process graphics OptimizationEngineering Operations Controller Diagnosis Maintenance Calibration Configuration Parameterization Commissioning Operation Display Alarm signals Process variables Time synchronization Status 0707 Field Devices Advanced applications Diagnosis Calibration Maintenance Advanced applications Diagnosis Calibration Maintenance Device Integration Requirements

8 8/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group FDT Technology Windows® Interface The printer driver is used in different programs in the same way The printer driver contains the configuration, diagnostics and other functionalities The printer driver is developed and delivered from the printer manufacturer

9 9/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group FDT Technology FDT/DTM Interface The DTM is used in different programs in the same way The DTM contains the configuration, diagnostics and other functionalities The DTM is developed and delivered by the device manufacturer

10 10/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group DTM Device Type Manager Represents the device Supplied by device vendor Frame Application Launches the DTM Supplied as part of host system Manages the device instances General Architecture

11 11/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Nested Communication with FDT Routing through system topology A DTM does not have any knowledge about the network topology A DTM must only support its own communication protocol Communication / routing through ANY network topology, no limitations Communication / routing is possible even if the underlying protocol is unknown by the engineering or standalone tool

12 12/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Plant wide data access with FDT Over the complete network Communication driver for each protocol: AS-Interface DeviceNet FOUNDATION fieldbus HART INTERBUS IO-Link MODBUS SL/TCP PROFIBUS PROFINET I/O …

13 13/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Frame Application DTM DTM and Frame Application

14 14/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group DTM used for device calibration DTM used for configuration of linearization Example 1: Radar Level Transmitter

15 15/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group DTM enables advanced valve diagnostics Control valve diagnostics enables better decisions for shut down planning Example 2: Valve Positioner

16 16/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Switch Flow Measurement On The calculation values of the Primary Device entered here are the basis for the flow calculation Calculate and you get special parameters as result. Download parameters in device. DTM used to calculate coefficients for dp flow transmitter Example 3: Multivariable Transmitter

17 17/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Example 4: Segment Coupler

18 18/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group DTM used to configure motor controller an display diagnostic information Example 5: Universal Motor Controller

19 19/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Functionality Enables any FDT Frames to access FF/H1 field devices via H1usb interface Plug&Play parameterization, diagnostics and maintenance CommDTM acc. to FDT 1.2 Acts as H1 Client Live list Set/change device address Example 6: H1usb DTM

20 20/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Basic Structure of IEC Part 3xy Communication Profile Integration Part 2 Concepts and detailed description Part 4z Object Model Integration Profile Part 5xy Communication Profile Implementation Part 61 DTM Style Guide

21 21/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group IEC Structure Part 1 (TR): Overview and guidance Part 2 (IS): Concepts and detailed description Part 301 (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CPF 1 Part 302 (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CPF 2 Part (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CP 3/1 and CP 3/2 Part (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CP 3/3, CP 3/4 and CP 3/5 Part 306 (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CPF 6 Part 309 (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CPF 9 Part 315 (IS): Communication profile integration - IEC CPF 15 Part 41 (TR): Object model integration profile – Common object model Part 501 (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC CPF 1 Part 502 (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC CPF 2 Part (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC /1 and CP 3/2 Part (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC CP 3/3, CP 3/4 and CP 3/5 Part 506 (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC CPF 6 Part 509 (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC CPF 9 Part 515 (TR): Communication profile implementation - IEC CPF 15 Part 61 (TR): DTM Style Guide

22 22/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group IEC History IEC / SC65E WG4: Field Device Tools Interface IEC PAS FDT Specification was positive voted in October Establishment of IEC SC65C WG 14 Members (DE, FR, FI, Swiss, UK) Chairman: Prof. Dr. Christian Diedrich, ifak Kick Off – 31th January to 1st February 2006 Reorganization to IEC SC65E WG4 beginning of 2007 Same members and chairman Additional 3 Chinese members IEC CDV FDT Specification was positive voted in August 2008.

23 23/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group IEC Schedule IEC Milestones: CD 129 August 2006 CD 2June 2007 CD 2 Closing date for comments CDV February 2008 FDIS December 2008 IS May 2009 Committee Draft (CD) 1 Final Draft International Standard (FDIS) Publicly Available Standard (PAS) Committee Draft (CD) MayDec Feb Apr Aug Oct Committee Draft for Vote (CDV) International Standard (IS)

24 24/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group ISA SP 103 Scope 1) To form the core of the U.S. TAG to IEC SC65E WG4 and to assist TAG to select experts from the U.S. 2) To define the interfaces for both the vertical and the horizontal data flow, called Function Control and Data Access, in the framework of a Client-Server architecture. It shall allow application software and configuration tools to interact with field devices in a unified way, while hiding the manufacturer-specific interaction with devices or sub- systems in a software module. 3) This standard shall allow any field bus, device or sub- system specific software tool to be integrated as part of a universal life-cycle management tool of a plant automation system.

25 25/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group ISA SP 103 Purpose 1) To ensure the consistent management of a plant-wide control and automation technology, it is necessary to fully integrate fieldbuses, devices and sub-systems as seamless part of a wide range of automation tasks covering the whole automation life- cycle. The main aims are: Universal and central plant-wide tooling for the life-cycle management of heterogeneous fieldbus environments, multi-vendor devices and sub-systems independently of the automation domain (e.g. process, manufacturing) Integrated and consistent life-cycle data of the control system including the fieldbuses, devices and sub-systems Simple but still powerful vendor-independent integration of different automation devices and sub-systems into the life-cycle management tools of a control system. 2) The main application domains are industrial process control and manufacturing execution systems. 3) The benefits are savings in operation, engineering and maintenance of the control systems.

26 26/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Members of ISA SP 103, Rockwell, Endress+Hauser, Yokogawa, Schneider, Flowserve, Zhejiang University, Flowserve, Saudi Aramco, Rockwell, ABB, IX, ISA

27 27/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Next Steps of ISA SP 103 Review of all parts of IEC Workshops scheduled in 2008 CDV monitoring during voting period in 2008 Review comments from CDV

28 28/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group The FDT Group The FDT Group is an open independent non-profit association of currently 61 international companies Owner of the FDT Technology Responsible for maintenance, further development, and promotion of FDT Technology Responsible for certification and compliance testing of FDT products Dedicated to establishing and maintaining FDT Technology as an international standard with broad acceptance within the automation industry Open to all companies that wish to participate

29 29/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group 62 Members (Status March 2008)

30 30/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Certification Process FDT-Conformance test based on test tool Listing at FDT Group homepage Product successfully pre-tested Check Report, issue certificate Test site FDT Group Certification Office Test report Product certificate Manufacturer Contract On request of Manufacturer

31 31/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group FDT Specification – The Key Points FDT is an interface specification for integrating device specific software components FDT specification defines mechanisms to satisfy standalone tools and control systems requirements FDT-Specification covers use cases: Configuration Parameterization Commissioning Diagnosis Audit Trail Product documentation, application documentation

32 32/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group WIB Test Results Commissioned by WIB Performed by SHELL Global Solutions lab during Q2 and Q3 07 Compares performance of DTM and eEDDL technologies in commissioning, operation and maintenance for FF based devices Systems: Frames: Emerson, Invensys, Yokogawa Stand alone tools: PACTware, Field Mate, Field Care Devices: Positioners: Metso, Invensys, Emerson Multivariable: Yokogawa Conclusion eEDDL offers required data accessibility and functionality as used in commissioning of FF smart devices FDT/DTM offers required data accessibility and extended functionality as used in commissioning and maintenance of FF smart devices in a very effective manner. More FF devices are needed in eEDDL and in FDT/DTM The two technologies are complementary FDT is the right platform for HMI and Applications

33 33/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group FDT Group Co-Operations via ECT

34 34/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Future Work Outlook FDT Group joined EDDL Cooperation Team (ECT) in 2007 Working Group for Field Device Integration (FDI) established Scope: Next generation of integration technology Target: One single solution for device integration satisfying process and factory automation by using the benefits both technologies: EDDL and FDT Goal: First draft specification mid 2009

35 35/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group EDD Integration using iDTM iDTM interprets EDDs and enables integration of 3rd party devices without dedicated device DTMs using a FDT Frame Application (e.g. FieldCare) iDTM HART available in March 2008 iDTM for FOUNDATION Fieldbus and PROFIBUS to follow

36 36/34 Pharmatex, Cork 18/09/08 Copyright FDT Group Open access to device intelligence Thank you for your attention!


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