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  • Technical Information

    STARDOM Technical Guide

    TI 34P02A03-01E

    TI 34P02A03-01E

    © Copyright Dec. 2007 (YK) 8th Edition July 31, 2014 (YK)

    Part-A Outline

    Part-B Autonomous Controller FCN/FCJ

    Part-C FCN/FCJ Installation

    Part-D NPAS POU Outline

    Part-E VDS (Versatile Data Server Software)

    Part-F General Specifications (GS) F1. STARDOM Overview

    F2. FCN/FCJ

    F3. APPF

    F4. VDS

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    All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2007, Yokogawa Electric Corporation TI 34P02A03-01E July 31, 2014-00

    Introduction  About this manual

    STARDOM control system provides • High reliability • Simple, high-quality engineering • An open system that can be connected easily to other systems • Reassuring support for long-term operation This manual describes in detail the functions of the STARDOM control system.

     Contents of this manual The contents of this manual are based on the style of hardware and the specifications of software release at the time of this publication. A function may be limited by the combination of an operating hardware and software. Please check it on the following homepage.

    http://STARDOM.jp -> Members Page Yokogawa Plus

    Network-based Control System (STARDOM) Compatibility of STARDOM Component

     Intended readers of this manual This manual has been prepared for individuals who conduct engineering and estimates regarding STARDOM control system as an estimate guide for the model choice.

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     RS-232-C Communication Cable The pin assignments of the CPU module is shown below.

    ● Pin Assignments of FCJ’s Serial Ports Table Connector Pin Assignment (D-sub 9-pin, male) Figure Pin Position (Front View)

    Pin No Signal name

    Function

    1 CD Data channel receiving carrier detection 2 RD Receiving data 3 SD Transmission data 4 ER Data terminal ready 5 SG Signal ground 6 DR Data set ready 7 RS Transmission request 8 CS Transmission enabled 9 - Not used

    IMPORTANT FCJ’s serial ports are D-SUB 9 pins (male). Connectors are fastened using inch screw threads (No.4-40 UNC).

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    Part-E VDS (Versatile Data Server Software)

    CONTENTS Part-E .......................................................................................................... i E 1. Features of VDS ............................................................................ E-1

    E 1.1 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ...................................................................... E-2 E 2. System Specifications ................................................................. E-3

    E 2.1 Functional Configuration of VDS ........................................................... E-3 E 2.2 VDS System Configurations ................................................................... E-4 E 2.3 Connectable Controllers and I/O Devices ............................................. E-5 E 2.4 OPC Client/Server Connections ............................................................. E-7

    E 3. Functions ...................................................................................... E-8 E 3.1 Software Structure .................................................................................. E-8 E 3.2 I/O Object .................................................................................................. E-9 E 3.3 Data Server ............................................................................................. E-10

    E 3.3.1 Control Objects .......................................................................... E-11 E 3.4 HMI Server/HMI Client ........................................................................... E-13

    E 3.4.1 HMI Server ................................................................................. E-13 E 3.4.2 HMI Client .................................................................................. E-14 E 3.4.3 Graphic Windows ....................................................................... E-15

    E 3.5 .NET Application .................................................................................... E-24 E 3.6 Message Management Functions ........................................................ E-25 E 3.7 Process Management Functions ......................................................... E-26 E 3.8 Security for Operation .......................................................................... E-27

    E 4. Application Development Environment ................................... E-28 E 4.1 Object Builder ........................................................................................ E-28 E 4.2 VBA Programs on Data Server ............................................................. E-30 E 4.3 Graphic Designer................................................................................... E-31

    E 5. Software Products ...................................................................... E-32 E 5.1 Styles of Software Supply .................................................................... E-32 E 5.2 Optional Packages ................................................................................ E-34

    E 5.2.1 Report Package ......................................................................... E-35 E 5.2.2 Trend Package ........................................................................... E-36 E 5.2.3 Test Package .............................................................................. E-37 E 5.2.4 Multi-task Package ..................................................................... E-38 E 5.2.5 Extended Security Package ....................................................... E-40

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    E 5.2.6 MELSEC Driver .......................................................................... E-41 E 5.2.7 SYSMAC Driver ......................................................................... E-42 E 5.2.8 OPC Server Driver ..................................................................... E-43 E 5.2.9 DARWIN Driver .......................................................................... E-44 E 5.2.10 OPC Data Link Package for .NET ............................................ E-45

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    E1. Features of VDS VDS (Versatile Data Server Software), which is operation and monitoring software that runs on a personal computer, adds an advanced architecture to the conventional HMI/SCADA functionality such as data acquisition from various I/O devices and graphical presentation of the acquired data. VDS thus embodies a “network-based control system (NCS)” proposed by Yokogawa as a new system architecture for boosting manufacturing efficiency. • Operation and monitoring of the sites can be performed anytime, from

    anywhere with VDS Viewer" (Java application). Only a personal computer with Internet access is needed, without special dedicated software, thus simplifying maintenance of the PC itself.

    • VDS can handle various applications by linking up diverse devices and controllers including autonomous controllers, programmable logic controllers of a variety of suppliers, power monitors, and temperature controllers. The OPC client/server connectivity also enables VDS to interlink with business framework systems.

    • A wealth of functions simplifies operations such as message management and assures security, and provides an object-oriented engineering environment to minimize programming effort, thus making engineering more efficient.

    ● Connected Specification Item Specification Remarks

    VDSs Up to 4 per control LAN Consult Yokogawa if more VDSs needed. VDS interconnections (data server-to-HMI server connections)

    Up to 4 data servers per HMI server

    Maximum number of data servers an HMI server can access, including the data server on the same computer

    HMI clients Up to 50 per HMI server Maximum number of HMI clients that can access an HMI server, including the HMI client on the same computer I/O devices and controllers

    Up to 32 per database server -

    Control objects (tags) Up to 5000 The maximum number of objects can be set to 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, or 5000 (depending on the license).

    SEE ALSO For more information about the system specifications of VDS, refer to E2., “System Specifications.”

    ● VDS Software Licenses Model Name Remarks

    NT201AJ VDS software media DVD-ROM (English version) NT610FJ VDS basic software license for fulltime Number of objects: 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 1500,

    2000, 5000 (English version) NT610RJ VDS basic software license for runtime NT620FJ VDS Upgrade kit for full-time

    Increased number of objects NT620RJ VDS Upgrade kit for run-time NT625AJ HMI Client additional licenses Add 1 or 5 Clients

    SEE ALSO Fo