Fieldbus Foundation
A Decade of Leadership
“Freedom to Choose. Power to Integrate”
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Born in 1994
On 23 Sep 94 Fieldbus Foundation was formed
 World FIP North America and the ISP Foundation members
voted with an overwhelming majority to proceed
 Clear mandate to deliver the benefits of Fieldbus technology
 Would require global cooperation across a wide spectrum of
suppliers and end users
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Humble Beginnings
H1: 31.25 Kbps
Computers
Control
network
Process
controllers
H1 Fieldbus
Junction
box
Field
devices
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H1 Development History
H1 Today
Over 62 Registered Stacks from 26 suppliers
Over 200 Registered Devices from suppliers
Over 305,000 H1 Devices in the Field
HIST Compliant Hosts
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ABB
Emerson – Delta V
Honeywell – Plantscape and Experion PKS
Invensys
Smar – System 302
Yamatake – Industrial DEO
Yokogawa – Centum and Stardom
Rockwell – Process Logix
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1997:
IEC 61158 DLL & AL Ballot
FIELDBUS:
IEC RESULTS ON FDIS
YES
NO
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Freedom to Choose Power to
Integrate
We need open specifications that provide us with the "Freedom to
Choose" interoperable best-in-class products that meet our
application needs and the "Power to Integrate” the information from
those products into our enterprise model.
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Freedom to Choose Power to
Integrate
176 unique and
256 total devices
registered
Flow
6
HSE Linking Device
25
28
8
Pressure
Valve
18
Level
36
Temperature
Analytical
14
39
Controller
Other
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Foundation fieldbus Digital
presence
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Fieldbus Acceptance Has Been Outstanding
FOUNDATION™ fieldbus installations
include leaders in key industries
 9 of the top 10 oil and gas companies
 24 of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies
 23 of the top 25 chemical companies
 15 of the top 20 pulp and paper companies
 10 of the top 20 food and beverage companies
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Market Distribution
Global
Industry
LA
14%
NA
46%
AP
10%
Mining and
Metals
3%
Education
3%
Pulp and
Paper
4%
Other
8%
Chemical
29%
Food &
Beverage
9%
MEA
2%
EUR
28%
Pharmaceutical
9%
Power
13%
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Oil & Gas
22%
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H1 technology forward
through HSE and beyond
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HSE Development History
HSE Today
10 Registered Linking Devices
•ABB (2 versions)
•Emerson
•National Instruments
•Rockwell
•Smar(3)
•Softing
•HMS Networks
HSE Function Block Devices in Beta Registration Test
HSE Redundant Devices in Lab System Test
Planning for FBCiHAB Demo at BP is Underway
- Includes registered HSE Linking Devices, FB Devices, and HSE Redundancy
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Business requirements
Meeting business challenges in the 21st century requires a
new way of thinking.
The industry as a whole is turning the corner on increased
production demands with informed asset management and
predictable system performance
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“Unneeded” Trips To The Field
- Avoided Through Remote Diagnostics
63%
50%
40%
35%
30%
28%
20%
20%
6%
10%
6%
4%
0%
Routine
Check
No
Calibration
Problem
Shift
Zero
Off
Plugged
Lines
Failed
Instrument
Source: Dow Chemical Company
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International Standards
IEC 61804
Function Blocks (FB) for Process Control
- Part 1: Overview of system aspects
- Part 2: Specification of FB concept and Electronic Device
Description Language (EDDL)
Covers DDL used in the FOUNDATION™ fieldbus, HART® and Profibus
communication protocols
Used to support about 1000 different devices
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What is IEC 61804-2
It is a Super Set Specification of Device
Description Languages (DDL)
IEC 61804-2
HART
COMMUNICATION FOUNDATION
DDL
DDL
DDL
The three languages are 95% the same with only
small differences
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Impact of IEC 61804
Standardization of existing technology
 No Changes to existing DDs
First Time the HART Communication Foundation, the Fieldbus
Foundation and Profibus Nutzerorganisation e.V have cooperated!
Paves the way for future co-operation!
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DD Cooperation Project
Working Group Members
- Volunteers from FF, HCF and PNO:
ABB
Emerson Process Management
Endress + Hauser
FlowServe
Honeywell
Siemens
Yokogawa
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Application on PC or Handheld
Reads DD
Descriptions for
values are
obtained from
the DD.
Digits of precision
Values
are read from
the device.
Engineering Unit
Label of the value
25.50 %
Measured_Value
DD
Application on PC or Handheld
uses the same DD
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DD Cooperation Project
Graphing System
Key Features
 Visualize Complex Data
 Support for Charts and Graphs
 Multiple plots
 Interactive zooming
 Direct editing of graphs
 Emphasis, Key Points, Notes
Example Applications
 Radar Level Configuration
 Valve Signatures
 Analyzers
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DD Cooperation Project
RADAR LEVEL GAUGE EXAMPLE
A graph is used to present the
echo waveform to enable
configuration of thresholds and
false echoes areas in the
device.
DD Cooperation Project
 Trigger device to build waveform
data
 Retrieve waveform data
 Update the graph with the retrieved
values
Radar Gauge
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DD Cooperation Project
Valve Step Response
A graph is used to present
the Step Response
waveform of a Valve.
Trigger device to build
waveform data
Retrieve waveform
Update the graph with the
retrieved values
Blue line is a reference
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DD Cooperation Project
Valve Signature
- with Best Fit Line
graph is used to present the Valve
Signature waveform as a measure of
the force-to-open and the force-to-close
Trigger device to build
waveform data
Retrieve waveform
Update the graph with
the retrieved values
“Best Fit” line can be calculated
Retrieve, save and draw the data on the
graph.
Best Fit
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Infraserv Höchst
To Host FF-SIS Validation Testing
Testing will evaluate devices based on IEC safety standards
Effective March 19, 2004, Infraserv Höchst, an independent consultancy located in
Frankfurt, Germany, will host Fieldbus Foundation Safety Instrumented Systems
(FF-SIS) lab specification validation testing during 2004.
The foundation, in concert with leading device manufacturers and end users, is
developing specifications and guidelines complying with the International
Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61508 standard (functional safety of
electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems), and IEC
61511 (functional safety: safety instrumented systems for the process industry
sector). IEC 61511 addresses the application of safety instrumented systems.
The FF-SIS development team included: ABB, DuPont, Emerson Process
Management, ExxonMobil, HIMA, Honeywell, Invensys/Triconex, Metso
Automation, Rockwell Automation, Rotork Control Systems, Saudi Aramco, Shell
Global Solutions, Smar, Softing, TÜV and Yokogawa.
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Fieldbus Foundation Future
We are always open to new ideas and better methods of
sharing benefits of the technology.
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Thank you
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