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System 800xA Control, Getting Started, System Version 5 1. This document contains information about one or more ABB products and may include a. description of or a reference to one or more standards that may be generally relevant to. the ABB products The presence of any such description of a standard or reference to a. standard is not a representation that all of the ABB products referenced in this document. support all of the features of the described or referenced standard In order to determine. the specific features supported by a particular ABB product the reader should consult the. product specifications for the particular ABB product. ABB may have one or more patents or pending patent applications protecting the intel. lectual property in the ABB products described in this document. The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be. construed as a commitment by ABB ABB assumes no responsibility for any errors that. may appear in this document, In no event shall ABB be liable for direct indirect special incidental or consequential. damages of any nature or kind arising from the use of this document nor shall ABB be. liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from use of any software or hard. ware described in this document, This document and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without written per. mission from ABB and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor used. for any unauthorized purpose, The software or hardware described in this document is furnished under a license and. may be used copied or disclosed only in accordance with the terms of such license This. product meets the requirements specified in EMC Directive 2004 108 EEC and in Low. Voltage Directive 2006 95 EEC, TRADEMARKS, All rights to copyrights registered trademarks and trademarks reside with their respec.
tive owners, Copyright 2003 2011 by ABB, All rights reserved. Release November 2011, Document number 3BSE041880 510 A. Table of Contents, Table of Contents, About This User Manual. General 11, User Manual Conventions 12, Warning Caution Information and Tip Icons 12. Terminology 13, Section 1 Introduction, General 15.
Product Overview 15, Project Explorer 17, Libraries 18. Control Builder Functions 19, Using Online Help in Control Builder 20. Manuals 20, Control Builder Online Help 21, Before You Begin 22. Section 2 Control Builder User Interface, Introduction 25. About Programs and Projects 25, About Entities and Reservation 26.
About Environments 27, Project Templates 28, Project Explorer 29. Title Bar Menu Bar and Tool Bar 29, Project Explorer Pane 30. Libraries Folder 31, Applications Folder 33, 3BSE041880 510 A 5. Table of Contents, Controllers Folder 36, Drag and Drop in Project Explorer 37. Context Menus 39, Reservation Status 39, Message Pane 39.
Editors 39, Refresh 40, Section 3 MyDoors Project, Introduction 43. Building a Shop Door Project 43, Specifications 44. Defined Variables 45, Creating MyDoors Project 46, Variables 48. Door Timer and Customer Counter with Function Blocks 51. Code Blocks 54, Code Input 56, Testing MyDoors Project 62. Section 4 Hardware Configuration, Configure Hardware 67.
Connect Variables to I O Channels 71, Method 1 Using Dot Notation 72. Method 2 Using a Path Selector 72, Reading I O addresses from the Application 75. Releasing Reservations 75, Deploying Configuration Changes 76. Section 5 Connecting the Controller and Go Online, Firmware Upgrade 79. Setting an IP Address 82, Setting IP Address for Controller 82.
6 3BSE041880 510 A, Table of Contents, Setting IP Address for PC 84. Downloading the Project via Ethernet 86, Change to the Production Environment 86. Setting the System Identity in Control Builder 86, Downloading the Project to the Controller 89. Test the Program Online 91, Forcing I O Values 92, What next 92. Section 6 View Live Data in Plant Explorer, OPC Server 93.
Setting up Variable Communication 93, Plant Explorer 95. Starting the Plant Explorer 95, Subscribing Controller Data 97. Appendix A Functions and Settings, Ready made Projects for CB Professional 99. Import an Example to 800xA 100, Testing 100, Simulation 101. Simulation Controllers 102, Applications in Simulation Controllers 103.
Mark Controller for Simulation 103, Mark Application for Simulation 103. Download to Simulation Controller 104, Running in a Simulation Controller 104. Restrictions Concerning Hardware Simulation 105, Download 105. General Download 105, Download New Project to Controller 108. Download Project to Selected Controllers 109, Difference Report 111.
3BSE041880 510 A 7, Table of Contents, Re Authentication 112. Compiler Switches 113, Application Restart Mode 115. Warm Restart 116, Cold Restart 116, Variable values in Download mode 117. Variable values in Test mode 118, Power Failure 119. Appendix B License Management, Introduction 121, Control Builder Licenses 122.
Controller Capacity Points CCP License 122, CCP Calculation Rules 122. Checking the CCP Count for a Controller 123, Combined AC 800M High Integrity Controller 124. Appendix C SIL Certified Applications, Introduction 125. SIL Information Can Be Disregarded by Non SIL Users 125. SIL Applications 126, Setting SIL Levels 127, Restricted SIL Level 128. High Integrity Controllers 129, Downloading an Application 130.
Appendix D Communication Cables, Connecting Control Builder PC to an AC 800M Controller 131. 8 3BSE041880 510 A, Table of Contents, Revision History. Introduction 137, Revision History 137, Updates in Revision Index A 137. 3BSE041880 510 A 9, Table of Contents, 10 3BSE041880 510 A. About This User Manual, Any security measures described in this User Manual for example for user.
access password security network security firewalls virus protection etc. represent possible steps that a user of an 800xA System may want to consider. based on a risk assessment for a particular application and installation This risk. assessment as well as the proper implementation configuration installation. operation administration and maintenance of all relevant security related. equipment software and procedures are the responsibility of the user of the. 800xA System, Welcome to Control Builder Professional for AC 800M This manual is produced. for anyone intending to use the programming tool Control Builder for the first time. It is focused on getting you quickly started and acquainted with the product. Therefore as much in depth information as possible has been separated from the. main sections and placed in appendices instead, If this is your first time working with the programming tool it is recommended that. you start by reading Section 1 Introduction and then work yourself through each. The sections are organized in this manner, Section 1 Introduction gives you an overview of the product Control Builder. Section 2 Control Builder User Interface is a brief introduction to the Control. Builder s core interface Project Explorer, Section 3 MyDoors Project encourages you to build a small project example to get. yourself acquainted with the Control Builder environment. Section 4 Hardware Configuration teaches you how to add hardware units to your. 3BSE041880 510 A 11, User Manual Conventions About This User Manual.
Section 5 Connecting the Controller and Go Online starts with the prerequisites for. connecting a controller correct firmware and system identity and then guide you. through downloading a project and Go online, Section 6 View Live Data in Plant Explorer will introduce you to the Plant Explorer. interface and help you studying how variable values from MyDoors project are. transferred from a controller via an OPC Server up as live data in a Workplace. User Manual Conventions, Microsoft Windows conventions are normally used for the standard presentation of. material when entering text key sequences prompts messages menu items screen. elements etc, Warning Caution Information and Tip Icons. This User Manual includes Warning Caution and Information where appropriate to. point out safety related or other important information It also includes Tip to point. out useful hints to the reader The corresponding symbols should be interpreted as. Electrical warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in. electrical shock, Warning icon indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in personal. Caution icon indicates important information or warning related to the concept. discussed in the text It might indicate the presence of a hazard that could result. in corruption of software or damage to equipment property. Information icon alerts the reader to pertinent facts and conditions. Tip icon indicates advice on for example how to design your project or how to. use a certain function, 12 3BSE041880 510 A, About This User Manual Terminology.
Although Warning hazards are related to personal injury and Caution hazards are. associated with equipment or property damage it should be understood that. operation of damaged equipment could under certain operational conditions result. in degraded process performance leading to personal injury or death Therefore. fully comply with all Warning and Caution notices, Terminology. A complete and comprehensive list of terms is included in System 800xA System. Guide Functional Description 3BSE038018 The listing includes terms and. definitions that apply to the 800xA System where the usage is different from. commonly accepted industry standard definitions and definitions given in standard. dictionaries such as Webster s Dictionary of Computer Terms. 3BSE041880 510 A 13, Terminology About This User Manual. 14 3BSE041880 510 A, Section 1 Introduction, Control Builder Professional CB Professional is a programming tool for creating. control solutions when using the AC 800M hardware, The Control Builder comes with type solutions for simple logic control device. control loop control alarm handling etc packaged as standard libraries. It provides a wizard function for hardware definition files support for multi user. engineering and an evaluation mode for testing and evaluating new applications. against a running application, Control Builder supports five different programming languages Function Block.
Diagram Structured Text Instruction List Ladder Diagram and Sequential. Function Chart according to IEC 61131 3 In addition to this it supports the Control. Module language and Diagrams Diagrams are only available if the are created by. Function Designer Other useful functionality is high integrity controllers for SIL. applications online debugger test and simulation mode etc. Product Overview, Control Builder is a fully integrated control system function in the 800xA system It. provides tools for programming applications and configure hardware units from the. System 800xA Control AC 800M Getting Started System Version 5 1 NOTICE This document contains information about one or more ABB products and may include a description of or a reference to one or more standards that may be generally relevant to the ABB products The presence of any such description of a standard or reference to a standard is not a representation that all of the ABB products

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