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  • GE Fanuc Automation

    CIMPLICITY Monitoring and Control Products

    CIMPLICITY HMI

    Basic Control EngineEvent Editor and BCEUI Operation Manual

    GFK-1282D November 1998

  • GFL-002

    Warning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents, temperatures, or otherconditions that could cause personal injury exist in the equipment or may be associated with its use.In situations where inattention could cause either personal injury or damage to equipment, a Warning notice is used.

    Caution notices are used where equipment might be damaged if care is not taken.

    NoteNotes merely call attention to information that is especially significant to understanding and operating the equipment.

    This document is based on information available at the time of publication. While efforts have been made to be accurate,the information contained herein does not purport to cover all details or variations in hardware or software, not to providefor every possible contingency in connection with installation, operation, or maintenance. Features may be describedherein which are not present in all hardware and software systems. GE Fanuc Automation assumes no obligation ofnotice to holders of this document with respect to changes subsequently made.

    GE Fanuc Automation makes no representation of warranty, expressed, implied, or statutory with respect to, and assumesno responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, sufficiency, or usefulness of the information contained herein. Nowarranties of merchantability or fitness for purpose shall apply.

    CIMPLICITY is a registered trademark of GE Fanuc Automation North America, Inc.Windows is a registered trademark and NT is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation

    This manual was produced using Doc-To-Help, by WexTech Systems, Inc.

    Copyright 1996-1997 GE Fanuc Automation North America, Inc.All rights reserved

  • GFK-1282 iii

    Preface

    Content of this ManualChapter 1. Introduction. Describes CIMPLICITY HMI functionality andintroduces the Event Editor.

    Chapter 2. Event Editor Concepts. Discusses the concepts of events and actionsand how they are combined by the Event Editor.

    Chapter 3. Using the Event Editor. Documents the features of the Event Editor.Chapter 4. Using the BCEUI (Event Viewer). Documents the features of theBasic Control Engine User Interface (BCEUI). This interface lets you view andcontrol script execution.

    Appendix A. Configuring the EM_LOG Table. Shows you how to configure theEM_LOG table in the Database Logger. This will enable you to log Events andActions.

    Appendix B. Performance Optimization. Documents the global parameter andpoint configuration files that you can modify to improve run-time performance.

    Appendix C. Developing C Language Procedures. Shows you how to developprocedures that use the Event Manager Envelope Process. This appendix is providedfor users transitioning from the Event Manager API provided with Version 1.0 of theCIMPLICITY HMI for Windows NT and Windows 95. Starting with Version 2.0,you should use the Program Editor and the Basic Control Engine language to developprocedures.

  • Related PublicationsFor more information, refer to these publications:

    CIMPLICITY HMI for Windows NT and Windows 98/95 Base System UsersManual (GFK-1180). This book describes all the basic features of theCIMPLICITY HMI for Windows NT and Windows 95 product.

    CIMPLICITY HMI for Windows NT and Windows 98/95 Basic Control EngineLanguage Reference Manual (GFK-1283). This book documents all the BasicControl Engine language features available to the Program Editor for theCIMPLICITY HMI for Windows NT and Windows 95 base system.

    CIMPLICITY HMI for Windows NT and Windows 98/95 Basic Control EngineProgram Editor Operation Manual (GFK-1305). This book describes the ProgramEditor that you can use to produce scripts that can be executed as actions by theEvent Manager.

  • GFK-1282 v

    ContentsIntroduction 1-1

    CIMPLICITY HMI Functionality .......................................................................................... 1-1

    Event Management Concepts 2-1Event Management Defined ................................................................................................... 2-1Configured Events.................................................................................................................. 2-1Configured Actions ................................................................................................................ 2-2Actions Versus Events............................................................................................................ 2-2Event Manager Startup and Shutdown Scripts ....................................................................... 2-3

    Using the Event Editor 3-1Getting Started ....................................................................................................................... 3-1

    Event Editor Menus ................................................................................................. 3-2Event Editor Window Pop-up Menus ...................................................................... 3-4Event Editor Toolbar ............................................................................................... 3-5Event Editor Shortcut Keys...................................................................................... 3-5

    Event Editor Properties .......................................................................................................... 3-6Sample Configurations............................................................................................. 3-7

    Creating an Event ................................................................................................................... 3-8Alarm Acknowledged Events................................................................................... 3-9Alarm Deleted Events ............................................................................................ 3-10Alarm Generated Events ........................................................................................ 3-11Alarm Reset Events................................................................................................ 3-12Point Change Events .............................................................................................. 3-13Point Equals Events ............................................................................................... 3-14Point Transition High Events ................................................................................. 3-15Point Transition Low Events.................................................................................. 3-16Point Unavailable Events ....................................................................................... 3-17Point Update Events............................................................................................... 3-18Run Once ............................................................................................................... 3-19Timed Events ......................................................................................................... 3-19Event Advanced Tab.............................................................................................. 3-20

    Associating Actions with an Event....................................................................................... 3-22Creating an Action ............................................................................................................... 3-23

    Alarm Look-Up Actions ........................................................................................ 3-25Log Only Actions................................................................................................... 3-26Point Alarm Acknowledge Actions........................................................................ 3-27Point Alarm Disable Actions ................................................................................. 3-28Point Alarm Enable Actions................................................................................... 3-28Recipe Upload/Download ...................................................................................... 3-29Run Script Actions ................................................................................................. 3-30Set Point Actions.................................................................................................... 3-31

  • CIMPLICITY HMI Event Editor Operation Manual GFK-1282vi

    Source Transition Set Actions................................................................................ 3-32Transition Set Actions............................................................................................ 3-33Call Envelope Function Actions............................................................................. 3-34

    Copying an Event ................................................................................................................. 3-35Copying an Action................................................................................................................ 3-35Configuring Event Display Attributes .................................................................................. 3-36Configuring Action Display Attributes................................................................................. 3-37

    Using the BCEUI (Event Viewer) 4-1About the BCEUI ................................................................................................................... 4-1Getting Started........................................................................................................................ 4-1

    BCEUI Menu