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Standard ID GB/T 29618.62-2017 (GB/T29618.62-2017)
Description (Translated English) Field device tool (FDT) interface specification -- Part 62: Field device tool (FDT) style guide
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard N10
Classification of International Standard 25.040
Word Count Estimation 42,485
Date of Issue 2017-12-29
Date of Implementation 2018-07-01
Drafting Organization Southwest University, Mechanical Industry Instrumentation Technology Institute of Economics, Rockwell Automation (China) Co., Ltd., Shanghai Automation Instrumentation Co., Ltd., Zhejiang University Institute of Intelligent Systems and Control, He Youxin (Shanghai) Automation System Trading Co., Ltd., Schneider Electric (China) Co., Ltd., Chongqing Chuan Yi Automation Co., Ltd., Suzhou Mei Ming Software Co., Ltd.
Administrative Organization National Technical Committee for Standardization and Measurement of Industrial Processes (SAC/TC 124)
Proposing organization China Machinery Industry Federation
Issuing agency(ies) People's Republic of China General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, China National Standardization Administration


GB/T 29618.62-2017: PDF in English (GBT 29618.62-2017)
GB/T 29618.62-2017
Field device tool (FDT) interface specification-Part 62. Field device tool (FDT) styleguide
ICS 25.040
N10
National Standards of People's Republic of China
Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification
Part 62. Field Device Tool (FDT) style guides
Fielddevicetool (FDT) interfacespecification-
Part 62. Fielddevicetool (FDT) styleguide
(IEC /T R62453-62.2017, Fielddevicetool (FDT) interfacespecification-
Part 62.Fielddevicetool (FDT) styleguideforcommonlanguage
infrastructure, IDT)
2017-12-29 Posted
2018-07-01 implementation
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China
China National Standardization Administration released
Directory
Foreword V.
Introduction Ⅶ
1 range 1
2 Normative references 1
3 Terms and Definitions, Symbols and Abbreviations, Conventions 1
3.1 Terms and definitions 1
3.2 Symbols and abbreviations 1
3.3 Conventions 1
3.3.1 Data Type Name and Data Type Reference 1
3.3.2 Required terms 2
3.3.3 Specific Formats
4 Design the Basics of the DTM User Interface 2
5 FDT user's revenue 3
6 DTM User Interface 3
6.1 Goal 3
6.2 Appearance 3
6.2.1 Overview 3
6.2.2 DTM User Interface Classification 4
6.2.2.1 Overview 4
6.2.2.2 Standard user interface 4
6.2.2.3 Advanced User Interface 4
6.2.2.4 User Wizard Interface 5
6.2.3 DTM user interface area 6
6.2.3.1 Overview 6
6.2.3.2 Identification area 6
6.2.3.3 Toolbar (optional) 6
6.2.3.4 Navigation area 7
6.2.3.5 Application area 8
6.2.3.6 Operating area 8
6.2.3.7 Status area 9
6.3 General behavior 12
6.3.1 Overview 12
6.3.2 WPF User Interface 12
6.3.3 UI navigation 13
6.3.4 UI Sizing 13
6.3.5 Information Display 13
6.3.6 Modal user interface usage 13
7 parameter processing 13
7.1 Application area within the representation 13
7.2 Change the parameter value 13
7.2.1 The relationship between parameters 13
7.2.2 Block mode 14
7.2.2.1 Overview 14
7.2.2.2 Application Oriented Block Modes 14
7.2.2.3 page-oriented block mode 14
7.2.3 Direct mode 14
7.2.4 continuous inspection and one-time inspection 14
7.3 Parameter Representation 15
7.3.1 Parameter Values and Related Information 15
7.3.2 Parameter Value Modification 16
Application of DTM 17
8.1 Overview 17
8.2 Application Classification 17
8.2.1 Online Applications/Data Sources. Equipment 17
8.2.2 Offline Applications/Data Sources. Datasets 17
8.2.3 Synchronizing Applications/Data Sources. Data Sets and Devices 17
8.3 User Role Related Default Application 18
8.4 Main Operation 18
8.5 Typical Workflows 18
8.5.1 Overview 18
8.5.2 Offline Device Parameterization 18
8.5.3 Parameterization (Synchronization) of Devices Connected Online
8.5.4 Parameterized (asynchronous) devices connected online
9 DTM behavior 22
9.1 Close the user interface 22
9.1.1 Closing the user interface with the parameter values changed 22
9.1.2 Closing the User Interface Synchronization 23
9.2 Data Sets 23
9.2.1 Multi-user interface parameters 23
9.2.2 Locking Mechanism 23
9.2.2.1 Overview 23
9.2.2.2 DTM synchronization in a multi-user environment
9.3 Error Handling 23
9.4 Localization 24
9.5 Global Reporting Information 24
Appendix A (Normative) Standard Terminology Dictionary 25
Appendix B (Normative) Dictionary of Standard Terms 29
References 34
Figure 1 This section GB/T 29618 in the structure Ⅶ
Figure 2 standard user interface area 4
Figure 3 advanced user interface area 5
Figure 4 User Wizard interface area 5
Figure 5 identifies the structure of the region 6
Figure 6 state diagram. Continuous inspection 14
Figure 7 Status Chart
Figure 8 Parameter Values and Related Information 15
Figure 9 Offline Device Parameterization 19
Figure 10 Offline Device Parameterization and Subsequent Downloads 20
Figure 11 Online Parameterization (Synchronization) of Devices 21
Fig. 12 Parameterization (asynchronous) of devices connected online
Table 1 identifies the content of the area 6
Table 2 Toolbar 7
Table 3 user interface using block mode method 8
Table 4 user interface using direct mode method 9
Table 5 Wizard Operations 9
Table 6 status bar content 9
Table 7 Possible Connection Status 10
Table 8 Possible Data Sources and Target Status 10
Table 9 Possible Case Data Set Status 11
Table 10 Possible Modifications 11
Table 11 Possible equipment diagnosis status (see reference [1]) 12
Table 12 shows the non-standard data 16
Table 13 Parameter Value Status Priority 16
Table 14 Recommended Default Applications 18
Foreword
GB/T 29618 "Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification" is divided into the following sections.
--- Part 1. Overview and guidelines;
--- Part 2. Concept and detailed description;
--- Part 301. Communication profile integrated FF field bus specification;
--- Part 302. Communication rules integrated universal industrial agreement;
--- Part 306. Communication rules integrated INTERBUS fieldbus specification;
--- Part 309. Communication profile integrated addressable remote sensor high-speed channel;
--- Part 315. Communication line regulation integrated MODBUS field bus specification;
--- Part 41. Object model lineage integration common object model;
--- Part 42. Object model rules integrated common language infrastructure;
--- Part 515. Common object model of communication to achieve MODBUS field bus specification
--- Part 51-10. Common Object Model Communication to achieve FF Fieldbus Specification;
--- Part 51-20. Common object model of communication to achieve universal industrial agreement;
Part 51-60. General object model communication to achieve INTERBUS fieldbus specification;
--- Part 51-90. Common object model of communication to achieve IEC 61784CPF9;
--- Part 51-150. Common object model of communication to achieve IEC 61784CPF15;
--- Part 52-10. General language infrastructure to achieve communication FF fieldbus specification;
--- Part 52-20. Common language infrastructure to achieve universal industrial communication protocol;
--- Part 52-31. Communication of the common language infrastructure IEC 61784CP3/1 and CP3/2;
--- Part 52-32. Communication of common language infrastructure IEC 61784CP3/4, CP3/5 and CP3/6;
--- Part 52-90. Communication of common language infrastructure IEC 61784CPF9;
--- Part 52-150 of the General Language Infrastructure Communication IEC 61784CPF15;
--- Part 61. Generic object model device type manager style guide;
--- Part 62. Field Device Tool (FDT) style guide.
This section GB/T 29618 Part 62.
This section drafted in accordance with GB/T 1.1-2009 given rules.
This section uses the translation method identical with IEC /T R62453-62.2017 "Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification Part 62.
Field Device Tool (FDT) Style Guide based on Common Language Architecture. "
The documents of our country that are consistent with the corresponding international documents that are normative references in this section are as follows.
--- GB/T 29618.1-2017 Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification Part 1. Overview and Guidelines (IEC 62453-1.
2016, IDT);
--- GB/T 29618.2-2017 Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification Part 2. Concept and detailed description
(IEC 62453-2.2016, IDT);
--- GB/T 29618.42-2017 Field Device Tools (FDT) Interface Specifications Object Model Lineage Integration Common Language Fundamentals
Structure (IEC /T R62453-42.2016, IDT).
This part is proposed by China Machinery Industry Federation.
This part of the National Industrial Process Measurement and Control Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC124) centralized.
This part of the drafting unit. Southwest University, Institute of Mechanical Industry Instrumentation Technology Economy, Rockwell Automation (China) Limited
Company, Shanghai Automation Instrumentation Co., Ltd., Zhejiang University Institute of Intelligent Systems and Control, Hey (Shanghai) Automation System Trading Co., Ltd.
Company, Schneider Electric (China) Co., Ltd., Chongqing Chuan Yi Automation Co., Ltd., Suzhou Mei Ming Software Co., Ltd.
The main drafters of this section. Zhou Xuelian, Chen Yingping, Huang Qiao Li, Wang Chunxi, Wang Shuo, Hua Rong, Zhang Qingjun, Feng Dongqin, Li Jing, Wang Yong, Tian Yingming,
Lu Yajun, Du Jialin, Wang Deji.
introduction
This section is about the design specifications for the DTM user interface for features and number control in the client/server architecture
According to visit FDT (FieldDeviceTool) component developers. This part is to develop the standard interface, analyze and design the result of the course,
These interfaces are designed to facilitate seamless interoperability between components developed by multiple manufacturers. To help multiple suppliers to develop each other
Seamlessly integrated modules, this part of the analysis, design and development of a standard interface.
The DTM (Device Type Manager, DeviceTypeManger) is a software component of a particular device that is sent by the device manufacturer to the DTM
Software and equipment are provided to users. The DTM is integrated into the engineering tools via the FDT interface as defined in this specification. Often, the episode
The approach is open to all fieldbuses and therefore meets the requirement to integrate different types of devices in heterogeneous control systems.
In order to ensure consistent plant-wide control and automation technology management, in the automation of the entire life cycle, the field bus, equipment and
Subsystem for a wide range of seamless, comprehensive integration is necessary. This integration also requires uniform device-specific components
Appearance and style.
This section GB/T 29618 in the structure shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 This section GB/T 29618 in the structure
Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification
Part 62. Field Device Tool (FDT) style guides
1 Scope
This part of GB/T 29618 explains how to implement DTM based on CLI (Universal Language Architecture) and related to user interface and behavior
Guidelines and guidelines for the framework application section. These guidelines and guidelines are part of the FDT specification (GB/T 29618.42)
There are users who provide clear, consistent user interface features and features among the system's DTMs.
This section does not include the FDT specification itself, nor does it modify it.
2 Normative references
The following documents for the application of this document is essential. For dated references, only the dated version applies to this article
Pieces. For undated references, the latest edition (including all amendments) applies to this document.
IEC 62453-1 Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specifications Part 1. Overview and Guidelines [Fielddeivcetool (FDT) in-
terfacespecification-Part 1.Overviewandguidance]
IEC 62453-2 Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specifications Part 2. Concepts and Detailed Description [Fielddeivcetool
(FDT) interfacespecification-Part 2.Conceptsanddetaileddescription]
IEC /T R62453-42 Field Device Tool (FDT) Interface Specification Part 42. Object Model Profile Integration Common Language Base
Infrastructure [Fielddeivcetool (FDT) interfacespecification-Part 42.Objectmodelintegrationprofile-
CommonLanguageInfrastructure]
3 Terms and definitions, symbols and abbreviations, conventions
3.1 Terms and definitions
IEC 62453-1, IEC 62453-2 and references [7] as defined in the following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1.1
Application application
DTM user interface application and DTM user interface features.
3.2 Symbols and abbreviations
IEC 62453-1, IEC 62453-2 and IEC /T R62453-42 as well as the following symbols and abbreviations apply to this document.
NAMUR. Process Industry Automation Technology User Association (UserAssiationofAutomationTechnologyinProcess
Industries
UI. User Interface (UserInterface)
WPF. Windows that Foundation (Microsoft User Interface Library) [WindowsPresentationFoundation (Microsoftuserinterface
library)]
3.3 agreement
3.3.1 Data Type Name and Data Type Reference
The names of data types and conventions for references are given in Ref. [7].
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