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EXOR EX707 HMI Screens and Functions

Screen 1 Overview Page

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1. Function: Call Agitator to Start.


Note: Light will turn GREEN when agitator drive is active and will be RED when agitator drive
is inactive.
2. Function: Call Agitator to Stop.
3. Function: Display Gauges.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [2] in which temperature indicators
for all temperature sensors can be seen.
4. Function: Display Drive Status.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [3] in which drive values and faults
can be seen.
5. Function: Display Alarm Viewer.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [4] in which alarm muting and reset
is handled.
6. Function: Display Trends.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [5] in which historical data for all
temperature sensors can be seen and logged.
7. Function: Agitator Speed Control.
Note: Using the slider will control the speed of the agitator. The lowest vertical point being
0.0 Hz and the highest vertical point being 22 Hz.
Screen 2 Temperature Sensors

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1. Temperature Gauge for Product Temperature Sensor.


2. Temperature Gauge for Thermal Oil In Temperature Sensor.
3. Temperature Gauge for Thermal Oil Out Temperature Sensor.
4. Temperature Gauge for Exhaust Vapour Temperature Sensor.
5. Function: Return to Overview Page.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [1].
6. Function: Display Drive Status.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [3] in which drive values and faults
can be seen.
7. Function: Display Alarm Viewer.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [4] in which alarms can be muted
and reset.
8. Function: Display Trends.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [5] in which historical data for all
temperature sensors can be seen and logged.
9. Function: Disable Alarms. (OPTIONAL)
Note: Pressing this button disables all alarms relating to temperature sensors.
10. Function: Enable Alarms. (OPTIONAL)
Note: Pressing this button enables all alarms relating to temperature sensors.
11. Function: Set Alarms. (OPTIONAL – can be replaced with over range alarm.)
Note: Pressing this button will set the alarm range for +/-10% of the current temperature.
Screen 3 Drive Status Page

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1. Function: Return to Overview Page.


Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [1].
2. Function: Display Alarm Viewer.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [4] in which alarms can be muted
and reset.
3. Function: Drive Stop Command Active.
Note: When the stop agitator function has been enabled on screen [1] and the command has
been acknowledged by the drive, this box will be GREEN.
4. Function: Drive Start Command Active.
Note: When the stop agitator function has been enabled on screen [1] and the command has
been acknowledged by the drive, this box will be GREEN.
5. Function: Drive Fault Status.
Note: When a drive fault is acknowledged, the fault code will display here. Refer to the drive
user manual to identify fault from code.
Screen 4 Alarm Viewer Page

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1. Function: Return to Overview Page.


Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [1].
2. Function: Reset Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will reset all acknowledged alarms and safety devices after they
have been acknowledged and rectified.
3. Function: Mute Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will acknowledge and mute all active alarms.
4. Function: View Alarm History. Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [6]
in which all previously active alarms can be seen.
5. Function: Alarm Information.
Note: All alarms that have been active will appear on this page. Information will include:
Alarm identity, Time at which alarm occurred, Brief description of alarm condition and
Alarm severity.
Screen 5 Trend Viewer

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1. Function: Return to Overview Page. Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to
screen [1].
2. Function: Turn Cursor Off.
Note: Pressing this button will hide the cursor overlaid on the graph.
3. Function: Reset Cursor to Current Time.
Note: Pressing this button will return the cursor to the current time.
4. Function: Turn Cursor On.
Note: Pressing this button will show the cursor overlaid on the graph.
5. Function: Change Time Scale.
Note: Pressing one of these buttons will change the time scale on the display.
6. Function: Make Flash Drive Safe to Remove.
Note: Pressing this button will make enable the flash drive to be removed safely.
7. Function: Dump Trends to Flash Drive.
Note: Pressing this button will transfer all stored trend data on the HMI CPU
8. Function: Display/Hide Sensor Trends.
Notes: using these buttons will allow the operator to hide or show specific trends for individual
temperature sensors on the plant.
Screen 6 Alarm History Page

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1. Function: Return to Overview Page.


Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [1].
2. Function: Refresh Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will refresh the page to show all unacknowledged and enabled
alarms.
3. Function: Delete Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will delete all alarms shown on this page. It will not reset safety
devices.
4. Function: Reset Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will reset all acknowledged alarms and safety devices after they
have been acknowledged and rectified.
5. Function: Mute Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will acknowledge and mute all active alarms.
6. Function: View Current Alarms.
Note: Pressing this button will take the operator to screen [4] in which all active alarms are
displayed, acknowledged and reset.
7. Function: Alarm History.
Note: All alarms that have been active will appear on this page. Information will include:
Alarm Identity, Time at which alarm occurred, Brief description of alarm condition and
Event type information.