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You will now create all the required wiring that constitutes loop 101-T -202.

  1. Press F8 to open the Reference Explorer.

  2. Expand the Panels folder and create a new conventional device panel named TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER.

  3. Create an apparatus for this device panel using the following definitions:

    1. On the Apparatus Group dialog box, define a new profile and configuration with 2 terminals as shown.

    2. Click OK and then Create.

    3. On the Terminal Strip Properties dialog box, name the terminal strip TS and click OK.

  4. Open the Instrument Index module.

  5. Modify the instrument type profile for TT (Temperature Transmitter), making sure that the definitions on the General tab are the same as those shown.

  6. On the Wiring and Control System tab, select the Include wiring and Control system check boxes.

  7. From the Reference device panel list, select TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER.

  8. In the Conventional connections group box, click New, and then complete the Conventional Connection Properties dialog box as shown.

  9. Click OK to close the Conventional Connection Properties dialog box.

  10. Examine the definitions on the Wiring and Control Systems tab of the Instrument Tag Profile dialog box and click OK.

  11. Click OK in the Instrument Types dialog box.

  12. Press F7 to open the Domain Explorer.

  13. Expand the hierarchy New Refinery > Crude Area > Crude Unit 1.

  14. Right click the Loops folder and then on the shortcut menu, click New > Loop.

  15. Create a new loop T-202, using the definitions shown.

  16. When prompted to create new tag numbers associated with the new loop, click Yes and create the following tag numbers:

    • TE-202 - Use the TE-THERMOCOUPLE instrument type. After defining the new tag number, click New on the Tag Number Properties dialog box to create another tag number.

    • TT-202 - Use the TT- Temperature Transmitter instrument type.

    • TY-202 - Use the TY-I/P Transducer instrument type.

      You can find details of loop and tag number creation in the Instrument Index module tutorial.

  17. In the Domain Explorer, expand the Panels by Category folder and then the Device Panels folder.

  18. Right-click device panel 101-TT-202 and then on the shortcut menu, click Actions > Connection.

    If an item that you created is not visible on the tree, select the root folder (Domain Explorer) and click .

  19. Make the device panel connections as follows:

    1. In the Connection window, make sure that 101-TT-202, TS is selected on the Terminal strip list.

    2. In the Domain Explorer, expand the Cables folder and drag cable C-101-TE-202 to the left side of the input terminal strip (TT-IN) using 2 in a row as connection type.

      The Connection window should appear as shown:

    3. Close the Connection window.

  20. Make the junction box connections as follows:

    1. Select junction box 101-JB-DCS-001 and open the Connection window.

    2. Connect cable C-101-TT-202 at the left side of strip TS-1, starting at terminal 13+ with 3 in a row as the connection type.

      Observe that the tag number signals have been propagated to the right side of the terminals.

  21. Select the wire connected to the right of terminal 13+ and click to display the connection at the other end of the wire to marshaling rack 101-MR-DCS-001, strip FT-1 (This connection was already made in a previous wiring task in this tutorial).

  22. Close the Connection window for each panel.

    You have now completed the wiring up to the marshaling rack. Next, you will define the DCS connections and do the cross wiring in the marshaling rack.

  23. In the Domain Explorer, expand the Panels by Category folder and then the DCS Panels folder.

  24. Right-click 101-DCS-001 and then on the shortcut menu, click Actions > I/O Assignment.

  25. In the I/O Assignment window, click on the module toolbar.

  26. On the I/O Assignment Filter dialog box, select the first three check boxes in the Filter for group box and click OK.

  27. In the I/O Assignment window, assign TT-202 to terminal strip TB 1, channel 6 and rename the control system tag BTT 202.

  28. In the Domain Explorer, expand the hierarchy of 101-DCS-001, file 1 to display the 8 CH AI card and its TB 1 terminal strip.

  29. Open the Connection window for terminal strip TB 1 and make sure that cable C-101-MR-DCS-001, set Pr 6 is connected to channel 6, terminals 16+v, 17in, and 18-v (The signal 101-TT-202 should be propagated to the left in the wires connected to these terminals).

  30. Double-click the 16+v screw head to open the Terminal Connection dialog box. Make sure that the signal level of this terminal is 1. Then, click Next and make sure that the signal level of 17in is 2 and the signal level of 18–v is 3 as shown.

  31. Select the wire connected to the left of terminal 16+v and click to display the connection at the other end of the wire to marshaling rack 101-MR-DCS-001, strip TP‑1 (This connection was already made in a previous wiring task in this tutorial).

  32. Close the Connection window for each panel.

  33. In the Domain Explorer, select marshaling rack 101-MR-DCS-001 and cross wire terminal strip FT-1, terminals 13+ , 13-, and 13SH (right side) and terminal strip TP- 1, terminals 16+v, 17in, and 18-v (left side) respectively.

    When done, the cross-wiring connections should be completed as shown:

  34. Display the Point-to-Point Wiring Diagram for the loop as follows:

    1. Display the Connection window for device panel 101-TT-202 and select any one wire.

    2. Click Reports > Loop Point to Point Diagram.

    3. When prompted to preview the report, click Yes.

      The Point to Point Wiring Diagram print preview for all the wiring in the loop is displayed. Your connections for Tag Number 101-TT-202 should be the same as shown: