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Standard ID GB/T 29618.1-2013 (GB/T29618.1-2013)
Description (Translated English) Field device tool(FDT) interface specification. Part 1: Overview and guidance
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard N10
Classification of International Standard 25.040
Word Count Estimation 36,345
Quoted Standard IEC 61158-2; IEC 61158-3-11; IEC 61158-3-1; IEC 61158-3-12; IEC 61158-3-13; IEC 61158-3-14; IEC 61158-3-16; IEC 61158-3-17; IEC 61158-3-18; IEC 61158-3-19; IEC 61158-3; IEC 61158-3-21; IEC 61158-3-2; IEC 61158-3-22; IEC 61158-3-3; IEC 61158-3-4; IEC 61158
Adopted Standard IEC 62453-1-2009, IDT
Drafting Organization Southwestern University
Administrative Organization National Technical Committee of Standardization for measurement and control of industrial processes
Regulation (derived from) National Standards Bulletin 2013 No. 10
Proposing organization China Machinery Industry Federation
Issuing agency(ies) General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China, Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China
Summary This standard specifies: GB/T 29618 Overview and guidance, include: Description of GB/T 29618 structure and content (see Chapter 5), provides common to GB/T 29618 some explanation other parts, described with GB/T 29618 other parts relationships. This stan

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GB/T 29618.1-2013
Field device tool (FDT) interface specification Part 1. Overview and guidance
ICS 25.040
N10
National Standards of People's Republic of China
Field device tool (FDT) interface specification
Part 1. Overview and guidance
Fielddevicetool (FDT) interfacespecification-
Part 1. Overviewandguidance
(IEC 62453-1.2009, IDT)
Issued on. 2013-07-19
2013-12-15 implementation
Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China
Standardization Administration of China released
Table of Contents
Introduction Ⅴ
Introduction Ⅵ
1 Scope 1
2 Normative references 1
3 Terms and definitions, symbols and abbreviations, conventions 1
3.1 Terms and definitions
3.2 Symbols and abbreviations 5
3.3 Conventions 6
4 6 Field Device Tool Overview
4.1 Summary 6
4.2 FDT goal 7
4.2.1 General features 7
4.2.2 Equipment and module manufacturers $ 700
4.2.3 system manufacturers and integrators of $ 700
4.2.4 Other Applications 8
4.3 FDT model 8
4.3.1 Overview 8
4.3.2 application framework 9
4.3.3 Device Type Manager 10
4.3.4 communication channel concept 11
4.3.5 objects that represent 12
Structure 5 Field device tool (FDT) interface specification standards and related documents 13
5.1 Architectural Overview 13
5.2 Field Device Tool (FDT) interface specification - Part 2 standard concepts and detailed description --- 14
5.3 Field Device Tool (FDT) interface specification Standard 3xy integrated communication profile section --- 14
5.3.1 Overview 14
5.3.2 communication profile Integrated Fieldbus Specification FF 14
5.3.3 communication profile Integrated Common Industrial Protocol 14
5.3.4 communication profile integrated PROFIBUS Fieldbus specifications 14
5.3.5 PROFINET communication profile Integrated input and output interface specification 15
5.3.6 communication profile integrated INTERBUS Fieldbus specifications 15
5.3.7 communication profile integrated HART Fieldbus specifications 15
5.3.8 MODBUS communication profile Integrated Fieldbus specifications 15
5.4 Field Device Tool (FDT) interface specification - Part 41 --- standard object model integrated profiles 15
5.4.1 Overview 15
5.4.2 Object Model Integration profiles --- Common Object Model 15
5.5 Field Device Tool (FDT) interface specification Standard 5xy part --- communication profiles to achieve 15
5.5.1 Overview 15
Communication 5.5.2 Common Object Model for the Fieldbus Specification FF 16
Communication 5.5.3 Common Object Model for the Common Industrial Protocol 16
Communication 5.5.4 Common Object Model for the PROFIBUS Fieldbus specifications 16
Communication 5.5.5 Common Object Model for the PROFINET input and output interface specification 16
Communication 5.5.6 Common Object Model for the INTERBUS Fieldbus specifications 16
Communication 5.5.7 Common Object Model for the HART Fieldbus specifications 16
Communication 5.5.8 Common Object Model for the MODBUS fieldbus specification 16
5.6 Field Device Tool (FDT) interface specification Standard 6x --- DTM Style Guide Part 17
5.6.1 Overview 17
Device Type Manager 5.6.2 Common Object Model (DTM) Style Guide 17
Relations 6 Field device tool (FDT) interface specification standards and other standardization work 17
7 to 20 DTM transplant
8 Field device tool (FDT) interface specification standard profiles 21
8.1 Architecture 21
8.2 Dynamic Behavior 21
8.3 structured data types 21
8.4 Fieldbus communication 22
Appendix A (Informative Appendix) UML notation 23
A.1 Overview 23
A.2 Class 23
A.3 state 25
A.4 Use Case Diagrams 26
A.5 sequence 26
Annex B (informative) Implementation Strategy 28
References 29
1 fieldbus different tools and integrated limit 7
Figure 2 all devices and modules fully integrated into the same system configuration 8
Figure 3 provides a common architecture and components 9
Software Architecture FIG. 4 FDT 10
5 FDT universal client/server relationship 11
Figure 6 Typical FDT channel structure 12
Diagram 7 channels/parameters 12
Figure 8 GB/T 29618 series of structure 13
9 in the automation hierarchy and GB/T 29618 standard related to 17
Figures 10 and GB/T 29618 grouped by usage-related standards 20
Figure 11 DTM implementation 21
Figure A.1 Notes 23
Figure A.2 Class 23
Figure A.3 association 23
Figure A.4 Compound 24
Figure A.5 polymerization 24
Figure A.6 dependence 24
Figure A.7 abstract classes, and interfaces generalization 24
Figure A.8 reuse 25
Figure A.9 UML state diagram elements 25
Figure A.10 UML state diagram Example 25
Figure A.11 UML use case syntax 26
Figure A.12 UML sequence diagram 27
Table 1 Summary of relevant standards 18
Foreword
GB/T 29618 "Field device tool (FDT) interface specification" temporarily divided into the following sections.
--- Part 1. Overview and guidance;
--- Part 2. Concepts and detailed description;
--- Part 301. Integrated communication profile Fieldbus Specification FF;
--- Part 302. Integrated communication profile Common Industrial Protocol;
Part --- Article 303-1. communication profile integrated PROFIBUS Fieldbus specifications;
--- Article 303-2. Communication profiles integrated PROFINET input and output interface specification;
--- Part 306. Integrated communication profile INTERBUS Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 309. Integrated HART communication profile Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 315. Integrated MODBUS communication profile Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 41. Integrated generic object model profiles Object Model;
--- Part 501. Communication Common Object Model for the FF Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 502. Communication Common Object Model for the Common Industrial Protocol;
Part --- Article 503-1. Communication Common Object Model for the PROFIBUS Fieldbus specifications;
--- Article 503-2. Communication Common Object Model for the PROFINET input and output interface specification;
--- Part 506. Communication Common Object Model for the INTERBUS Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 509. Communication Common Object Model for the HART Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 515. Communication Common Object Model for the MODBUS Fieldbus specifications;
--- Part 61. Device Type Manager Style Guide Common Object Model.
This section GB/T 29618 Part 1.
This section drafted in accordance with the rules of GB/T 1.1-2009 and GB/T 20000.2-2009 given.
This section uses the translation method is equivalent to using IEC 62453-1.2009 "Field device tool (FDT) interface specification - Part 1. Overview and
Guidelines".
This part made the following editorial changes.
a) Remove the IEC 62453-1.2009 Introduction, re-write the foreword to this section;
b) Where "IEC 62453" where to "GB/T 29618";
c) in accordance with Chinese customary for some formatting has been modified;
d) The number of international standards applicable to the expression to apply to our standard formulation.
This part is proposed by China Machinery Industry Federation.
This part of the measurement and control of Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC124) is administered by the National industrial processes.
Participated in the drafting of this section. Southwest University, Hilscher letter (Shanghai) Automation System Co., Ltd., Machinery Instrumentation
Technology and Economy Institute, Rockwell Automation (China) Co., Ltd. Hain Desmond House (EH) Automation Equipment Co., Ltd.,
Sea Automation Instrumentation Co., Schneider Electric (China) Co., Ltd. Suzhou reputation software, Zhejiang University Intelligent Systems and Control Institute
Studies, China Silian Instrument Group.
The main drafters of this section. Ouyang Jinsong, Wang Chunxi, Xiesu Fen, Liu W, black Wei Liang, Du Jialin, Wang Xin red bag Wai Wah, Liu Jin,
Hideaki, Hua Rong, Yuan Haifeng, FENG Dong-qin, Liu Feng, Lu Jing, Zhang Yu, Huang Renjie.
introduction
Automation requires two main streams. from the enterprise level to the field devices, including signal and configuration data "vertical" data stream;
Runs between the same or different field device communication technology "horizontal" communication.
With the integrated fieldbus and control systems, the need to achieve a number of other tasks. In addition to the fieldbus and device-specific software tools
In addition, also we need to be able to integrate these tools into a higher-level, system-wide planning or engineering tools. Particularly in large, heterogeneous control
System system, for example. a typical industrial process, for ease of all parties (persons) easy to use, unambiguous definition of the interface is very Engineering
important.
In order to ensure consistency management plant-wide control and automation technology, completely fieldbus devices and subsystems seamless integration
Covering the entire life cycle of automation of a wide range of automation tasks is an essential part.
From the entire system lifecycle and factory automation perspective, if you must use a variety of different manufacturer-specific tools, then this
Some data tools often become invisible data island.
Integrated software interface specifications between software components and control systems engineering tools specific device. Software components that particular device called
Of the DTM (Device Type Manager), usually provided by the device manufacturer, and the control system engineering tools provided by the system manufacturer.
FDT interface specification data access control and support functions in the client/server architecture, and generally for all fieldbus
They are open, and therefore supports the integration of different devices and software modules into heterogeneous control system. The use of standard interfaces in favor of multi-plant
House development and integration of different software components, and easy extensions.
Interests, but also to simplify procurement, reduce system costs and help manage the life cycle. Maximum savings lies in the operation of the control system, and engineering
Maintenance.
● used in all automation fields (for example, process automation, factory automation and similar monitoring application) heterogeneous fieldbus ring
Environment, multi-vendor equipment, life-cycle block and modular subsystems common management tool plant level;
● including in the fieldbus devices, functional blocks and modular subsystems control system complete and consistent data exchange;
● different automation devices, functional blocks and modular subsystem components simple and effective integration into the lifecycle management control system
Tool, which is integrated manufacturer-independent.
FDT supports the concept of integrated design and monitoring applications, but not for other engineering tasks, such as "electronic wiring design," "mechanical design" put
For solutions. The contents of factory management as "maintenance design" "Optimal Control", "Data Archive" does not belong to FDT specification. Future version of FDT
This may include some of these aspects.
Field device tool (FDT) interface specification
Part 1. Overview and guidance
1 Scope
This section GB/T 29618 specifies the GB/T 29618 Overview and guidance, including.
--- Description of the GB/T 29618 structure and content (see Chapter 5);
--- Provide some description of the other parts are common to GB/T 29618; and
--- Describes the relationship with the GB/T 29618 other part of.
This section applies to the rest of the GB/T 29618 of.
2 Normative references
The following documents for the application of this document is essential. For dated references, only the dated version suitable for use herein
Member. For undated references, the latest edition (including any amendments) applies to this document.
IEC 61158 (all parts) for measurement and control of digital data communication in industrial control systems Fieldbus (Fieldbusforuse
inindustrialcontrolsystems)
IEC 61499-1.2003 industrial process measurement and control systems Function blocks - Part 1. Structure (FunctionBlocksforin-
dustrialprocessmeasurementandcontrolsystems-Part 1. Architecture)
IEC 61784 (all parts) Industrial communication networks (Industrialcommunicationnetworks-Profiles)
ISO /IEC 19501.2005 Information technology - Open distributed processing of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) Version 1.4.2
(Informationtechnology-OpenDistributedProcessing-UnifiedModelingLanguage (UML) Version1.4.2)
3 Terms and definitions, symbols and abbreviations, conventions
The following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1 Terms and Definitions
3.1.1
Participants actor
Use cases with a consistent set of user roles when interacting with Example played.
[ISO /IEC 19501]
Note. Participants with each patient communication, only to have a role.
3.1.2
Address address
Communication protocol-specific access token.
3.1.3
Application application
Specific software function unit to solve the industrial process measurement and control problems.
Note. An application can be distributed across multiple resources, and can communicate with other applications.
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