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Multifunction Card
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Objectives
Upon completion of this module you will be able to: Define the purpose of the Multifunction Card Define the screw terminals used on the terminal block Define the input frequencies for both sine and square waves Define the user parameters on a pulse input channel Define the pulse input function block parameters used

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Multifunction Card & Terminal Block


Power Error

LEDs: Green - On powered and self tests are good. Red ON - Failed and/or not communicating to the controller. Red Flashing - Card not being scanned by controller Multi-function card supports four channels configured as Discrete Inputs (DI) or Pulse Inputs (PI). Multi-function terminal block has 32 terminals available. The matrix below shows the terminals used with current release capabilities for the card and the terminal connections for use with future enhancements.

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Multifunction Terminal Block Matrix


Position 1 Top Row Second Row Third Row Bottom Row 1 AI-Ch 1 2 AI-RTN 3 AO-Ch1 4 AO-RTN Position 2 5 AI-Ch2 6 AI-RTN 7 AO-Ch2 8 AO-RTN Position 3 9 AI-Ch3 10 AI-RTN 11 +24VDC 12 24V-RTN Position 4 13 AI-Ch4 14 AI-RTN 15 +24VDC 16 24V-RTN Position 5 17 (+) DI-Ch1 18 (-) DI-RTN 19 (+) DO-Ch1 20 DO-RTN Position 6 21 (+) DI-CH2 22 (-) DI-RTN 23 (+) DO-Ch2 24 D0-RTN Position 7 25 (+) DI-Ch3 26 (-) DI-RTN 27 (+) DO-Ch3 28 DO-RTN Position 8 29 (+) DI-Ch4 30 (-) DI-RTN 31 (+) DO-Ch4 32 DO-RTN

Reserved for future use Currently being used

The Multifunction Card was designed to support high frequency pulse input.

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Pulse Input Specifications


INPUTS Input frequency sine wave 10Hz - 50KHz, Square Wave 0.1Hz - 50KHz Input accuracy 0.1% reading (over 0.1Hz - 50KHz) Resolution +/- 1 pulse Minimum pulse width 10us. Maximum input voltage 24VDC +/ 10% Detection level for ON 4.8VDC (min.) Detection level for OFF 1.0VDC (max.) Isolation Each channel is optically isolated from the system at 250 VAC Resolution counter 32 bits

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Multifunction Card Channels

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Multifunction Card Channels


Using DeltaV Explorer The Multifunction Card has four channels used as Discrete Inputs or as Pulse Inputs. The Multifunction Card is specifically designed for high frequency pulse inputs. The Channel properties dialog box includes: Enable: A check in this box enables the port to be the channel on the Multifunction card. Description: Up to 40 characters for a description to appear in Explorer Channel Type: The user chooses between Discrete Input and Pulse Input. Device Tag: The user may enter a unique name, up to 16 characters, for each channel. The example above shows Pulse-1.

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Multifunction Card Channels

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Multifunction Card Channels


Using DeltaV Explorer The Pulse Input Channel parameters include: Counter_In: Usable in control strategies as an external reference Raw Count. Reset_Count: Usable in control strategies as an external reference. Writing a non-zero number to this parameter clears the Counter_In parameter. Channel Type: The user chooses between Discrete Input and Pulse Input. Device Tag: A unique name, up to 16 characters, for each channel. The example above shows Pulse-1. Frequency: Only valid I/O_In parameter to a pulse input function block, also usable in control strategies as an external reference.
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Multifunction Card Channels

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Multifunction Card Channels


Using DeltaV Explorer The Pulse Input channels provide a count and frequency. The signal frequency is calculated from the number of pulses received over a configured scan period. You can define the scan period with the FILTER parameter. In selecting the right filter for the application, you must determine what emphasis should be placed on precision and what should be placed on response, particularly for slower frequencies (below 250Hz). The default filter is 1 second. Filter Parameter: Selecting FILTER Parameter Properties opens the FILTER Properties box. A drop-down window titled Named Set provides you with the predefined filter values that can be used. As the filters increase, the scan time increases. As the filters decrease, so does the scan time. Larger filters will give you more precision, but the longer scan rate will decrease the response to the frequency changes.

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Pulse Input Function Block

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Pulse Input Function Block


Using DeltaV Control Studio Drag n drop a Pulse Input function block from the I/O category of the function block palette. Example: A turbine meter used to measure volumetric flow of a gas steam. The pulse input function block measuring volumetric flow of a natural gas stream. Pulse Input function block parameters: I/O_In Use the browser to select the DST for this input Out_Scale 0 to X, the range of the meter, used only to back calculate the Field_Val parameter in percent

Because the meter is pre-set to measure a specific unit, you are permitted to designate PULSE_VAL Converts the frequency from the card, from pulses to EU in the calculation of PV TIME_UNITS The lapsed time over which a single pulses units are counted
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Summary
What is the purpose of the Multifunction Card? What screw terminals are used for the Pulse Input device connections? What is the input frequency for a sine wave input? Name two parameter of the Pulse input channel that may be used as external references. When using a Multifunction Card pulse input channel, what is the only valid parameter for I/O_IN to the Pulse Input function block?

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