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    Power Generation Instrumentation & Controls

    SPPA-T3000 System Highlights Version 4.00, November 15th, 2007

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    Copyrights and Trademarks The reproduction, transmission or use of this documentation is not permitted without express written authority. Offenders will be liable for damages. All rights, including rights created by patent grant, copyright or registration of a utility model or design, are reserved. Copyright Siemens AG 2007 All Rights Reserved. SIMATIC is a registered trademark of Siemens AG. Embedded Component Services and its abbreviation (ECS) are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003 Server, Windows XP and Internet Explorer are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. OLE for Process Control (OPC) is a set of connectivity standards for industrial automation from the OPC Foundation. The following products are used in the SPPA-T3000 system, and may be referred to in this documentation:

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    Notice Subject to change without prior notice. The information in this document contains general descriptions of the technical options available, which do not always have to be present in individual cases. The required features should therefore be specified in each individual case at the time of closing the contract. The contents of this documentation have been checked for accuracy regarding the hardware and software described herein. Since deviations cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot fully guarantee accuracy. The data in this documentation is, however, regularly reviewed, and any necessary corrections are included in subsequent editions. Suggestions for improvements are welcome. Technical data is subject to change. This documentation has been compiled independently from any specific system delivery. The documentation may describe features or functionality which do not necessarily correspond to, or appear in a specific system delivery.

    Limited Sales Release The following functions are released with Limited Sales Release only, and may not be offered as a standard:

    Compact Application Server non redundant Distributed redundancy for Application Server Diskless Linux Thin Client Handling an customer acceptance improvements

    o FM 458 and Failsafe Engineering Engineering Hart Devices from Workbench Workbench Integrated Engineering of Intelligent PROFIBUS DP devices Generic Profibus Interface Non redundant PROFIBUS-PA communication Non redundant AS-i communication Connectivity of PROFIBUS DP Y-Link Connect / DNP 3.0 Connect / VIBMON S7-414H PG Integrated Best Point (TDY) SPPA-R3000: Implementation of EXM 438 FUM230 HART module, and HART protocol transmission via FUM FM 350 pulse counter module ET200M SOE GOST for 6ES7 331-7PF01-0AB00 & 6ES7 331-7PF11-0AB00 Extension of OPC Server for 20.000 tags

    Limited Sales Release only means that these features may be offered for pilot projects.

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    Table of Contents

    RELEASE 4

    1 SYSTEM HIGHLIGHTS 5

    1.1 Introduction 5 1.1.1 Experience 5 1.1.2 Application area 6 1.1.3 Major Highlights 6 1.1.4 Beyond DCS 10

    1.2 System Architecture 11 1.2.1 Complete Integration 11 1.2.2 Major Components 12 1.2.3 Major Highlights 13

    1.3 Operation 14 1.3.1 Introduction 14 1.3.2 Major Highlights 14

    1.4 Engineering 17 1.4.1 Introduction 17 1.4.2 Major Highlights 17

    1.5 Diagnostics 21 1.5.1 Introduction 21 1.5.2 Major Highlights 21

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    Release 4

    1 System Highlights

    1.1 Introduction

    1.1.1 Experience Introduction Deregulation of energy markets, the increasing demand for improved plant efficiency and the reduction of operating and maintenance costs, are focal points for today's power generation industry. More than ever before power plants have to achieve the highest availability and safety levels, meet emission targets, optimize plant efficiency and be responsive to short notice dispatch demands. The continuously increasing competitiveness of this industry compels our customers to optimize both their power generation capabilities and business processes. Competitiveness is becoming the central success factor in this scenario. The knowledge base gained from the installation of more than 2,000 Siemens control systems around the world makes us not only the most experienced, but also the most successful and reliable supplier of electrical and I&C systems on the world power generation market. The accumulated knowledge of power plant processes and more than a century of experience offers you a greater advantage: electrical and I&C systems that are exactly tailored to your power plant process and optimized to your specific requirements. Siemens offers expertise that you can trust and build upon.

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    1.1.2 Application area A uniform control system for all power plant applications SPPA-T3000 has been designed to perform all power plant automation tasks: turbine control, boiler control including boiler protection, balance of plant (BOP) and integration of third party systems.

    MoreoverSPPA-T3000 not only masters the requirements of traditional power plant control tasks, but also provides a powerful application environment that enables you to tailor solutions to your specific enterprise needs. This includes the need to integrate business process and plant operation which results in business process optimization, which benefits in operational excellence.

    1.1.3 Major Highlights Major Highlights Single User Interface: Easy to use SPPA-T3000 offers one single user interface for all engineering, configuration, commissioning, operation and diagnostic tasks.

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    Todays challenges in power plant controls require a safe and intuitive user interface that allows for fastest response times while being easy to understand and to operate. Key factors for accelerated working procedures are:

    Fast and safe operation during all plant situations On-line information from all assets

    The SPPA-T3000 User Interface is more than just operation and monitoring; the focus is on the management of information and data. All the functions necessary for plant operationor information accessare comprehensively integrated in the SPPA-T3000 Workbench. Real-time data, visualized through high-resolution process graphics like Plant Displays, Alarm Sequence Displays and other views such as Dynamic Function Diagrams or Diagnostics Views, simplify the review and analysis of live and historical process data. User guidance and direct navigation (live links) put all information at your fingertips and provide fast and convenient information in every view, wh