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ABB 污水处理器以及发电厂分布式控制系统Symphony Plus
Source:ABB | Author:kongjiang | Published time: 2021-11-25 | 840 Views | Share:

SymphonyTM Plus includes a comprehensive suite of engineering tools. S+ Engineering’s Composer tools provide a visual environment for easy configuration of control system strategies, global configuration databases, management of system libraries of reusable software components, and integration and management of intelligent field and electrical devices.

 The working environment provided by Composer simplifies the configuration and maintenance of Symphony Harmony and Symphony Plus systems. Composer is designed to operate on Microsoft Windows 7 Professional or Server 2008 and support both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. It is compatible with INFI 90 OPEN system configurations and is capable of importing existing WinTools configurations. Once imported, these configurations can be fully integrated into Composer and use all its features.

Additional features 

Configuration viewing and monitoring 

View and Monitor is an optional Composer add-on feature that allows control logic documents (CLDs) to be monitored from a Web browser in read-only mode. View and Monitor functionality is based on Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS) technology. Using the base Composer functionality, CLDs can be published in SVG format in a virtual directory on an IIS workstation. The IIS workstation provides the contents of virtual directories as websites to any Web browser

Multiuser client/server architecture 

Composer applications use client/server technology to support multiple users operating in a networked environment. Confi guration information managed by Composer’s confi guration server can be accessed simultaneously by multiple users. In addition to interacting with confi guration information, users can access online data from a running Symphony Plus, Symphony or INFI 90 OPEN system by using Composer’s communication server. The Composer architecture supports one confi guration server per system and multiple communication servers.

Configuration database 

A configuration server can support up to 10 simultaneous client connections and provide users with shared access to a system’s configuration information. Composer’s configuration server manages and stores configuration data in one configuration database per project or system. This configuration database eliminates duplication of data entries, simplifies database management, and automates many configuration tasks. Information can be imported and exported in many formats.
Object exchange 

Composer introduces a single, system-wide component database called object exchange. Object exchange provides a multiuser repository for all standard symbols, macros, control strategies and control logic templates used to generate control system strategies. Object exchange is a prominent part of Composer client applications. Users are encouraged to use system and project standards when creating automation strategies. In addition to presenting standard system objects, object exchange enables users to add components they have created in object exchange.

Intelligent field devices integration 

Composer fully supports configuration and maintenance of field and electrical devices connected to the HPC800 controller via PROFIBUS and HART communication protocols. Each device’s resident information is available for use in the HPC800’s control logic using Composer and standard function codes. Also, within the S+ Engineering tool suite, Composer Field is used to easily configure, maintain and manage intelligent devices through a user friendly graphical environment via FDT/DTM technologies.

Custom C programs 

Composer’s base client provides the ability to load custom C programs without the need for an additional utility. Examples of custom applications include foreign device interfaces and performance calculations.

Batch data manager 

Batch data manager (BDM) is a family of engineering tools for creating, editing, managing, downloading and debugging batch, sequential, and user-defined function (UDF) code configurations. BDM supersedes and provides migration from all previous batch and UDF tools. Batch 90 for batch sequencing and UDF codes is discussed in more detail in the optional client applications section of this overview.

Composer applications 

The base Composer product contains all the functionality necessary to develop and maintain Symphony Plus control system configurations. There are two primary applications: explorer and automation architect.

Explorer 

The primary application of Composer is the explorer. Explorer presents the Symphony Plus, Symphony or INFI 90 OPEN system architecture and provides an intuitive means for organizing, navigating and locating system configuration information. Explorer presents a user with two main windows: system architecture and object exchange.

System windows 

The system architecture window functions similarly to Microsoft’s file explorer. The left pane of the window displays a hierarchical representation of the Symphony Plus system. When a system object is selected, the right pane displays a detailed view for the selected object.

The system window supports two views: the document view (figure 1) and the data browser view (figure 2). When the system window is in the document view, it will show the configuration documents that are associated with the system object that the user has selected. Configuration documents support long file names and can include control logic documents, human system interface displays, or documents created by other applications such as CAD packages or spreadsheets.

The ability to associate any documents with the system architecture is an important feature. This allows any information, such as piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), cabinet arrangement drawings or field wiring drawings, to be managed by the configuration server and accessed by Composer client applications. All that is required to edit any of these documents is to double-click the document. 

Composer’s explorer will automatically launch the appropriate application for the document selected. When the system window is in the data browser view, the right pane of the system architecture window will display tag information associated with the system object the user has selected. All tag information presented is retrieved from the configuration server database that is managed by the Composer server. 

When working in the data browser view, users can view, define and modify tag data for the whole system. 

This central repository of data is managed by Composer’s configuration server for all tag data in the entire system. The data for each tag is added to the configuration server database as each tag is defined. This eliminates the need for users to enter the same information more than once. Some notable features of the data browser view are the ability to: − Edit tag objects in a datasheet or property page view − Filter the database: filtering makes configuration easier and faster by eliminating unnecessary information from view 

− Import and export tag data 

− Navigate directly from a tag to its related configuration document 

− Perform automatic search and replace operations based on complex queries

Composer supports INFI 90 OPEN, Symphony and Symphony Plus systems of all sizes. For small systems, as shown in figure 14 and 15, Composer’s configuration server, communications server and client applications are all loaded onto a single engineering workstation PC. The software components communicate with each other using inter-process communications within the engineering workstation PC.

For larger systems, Composer’s software supports client/ server architecture over an Ethernet TCP/IP network. Figure 15 and 17 shows how the Composer software components may be distributed over a client/server network to provide a multiuser engineering environment. The configuration server (project database) can be loaded on any file server within the Ethernet network that client workstations can access