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DFI302

Foundation Fieldbus™ Universal Bridge


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Overview

DFI302 is a key-interfacing element in the distributed architecture of field control systems. It combines powerful communication features with direct I/O access and advanced control for discrete and continuous applications. Due to its modular structure, it can be placed inside panels in the control room or sealed boxes in field. Highly expandable, it is targeted to applications ranging from small standalone systems to large and complex plants.

O DFI302 is a modular multifunctional device with a DIN-rail mounted backplane into which all components are installed, including main and fieldbus power supplies (DF50 and DF52, respectively), controllers (DF51, DF62, DF63, DF73 and others), and line impedance (DF53) modules. They are plugged-in through industrial grade connectors and by using a robust metal screw. A conventional I/O subsystem with modules for analog and discrete inputs and outputs can be connected (optional). Modularity is the keyword for DFI302 flexibility. Besides, since all modules including the fieldbus power supply subsystem are plugged into the same backplane, the DFI302 comes up as a single integrated unit.

For further information about the DFI302 automation platform more quickly, the user manual can be obtained separately by subjects. Are they:

 

A - Installation and basic configuration

 

This part has all general and basic information about installation of controllers, racks, I/O modules, IP configuration, OPC servers, firmware update, project types, and general information about adding function blocks and flexible function blocks.

This part also has troubleshooting information, and the SRF (Service Request Form).

 

It has the following sections:

  • Overview
  • Installing
  • Setting up
  • Configuring the OPC servers
  • Configuring strategies
  • Adding function blocks
  • Adding logic by using flexible function blocks
  • Adding I/O modules
  • Adding racks
  • Troubleshooting
  • Appendix (SRF)

DFI302 - Part A - English Manual (PDF)

 

B - Technical Specifications

 

This part has all technical specification of the DFI302 hardware components. They are:

  • Controllers – DF51, DF62, DF63, DF73, DF79, DF81, DF89, DF95, DF97 and DF100.
  • Ethernet cables, serial cables and cables for racks’ interconnection
  • Power supplies – DF50DF53/DF98DF52/60, and DF56.
  • Intrinsic safety barriers – DF47-12 and DF47-17
  • Interfaces – DF58 and DF61


It has the following sections:

  • Technical specification for controllers
  • Cable specification
  • Adding power supplies
  • Adding interfaces

DFI302 - Part B - English Manual (PDF) 

 

C - Modbus

 

This part has information to integrate systems that use Modbus protocol to the DFI302 automation platform. It has the following section:

  • Adding Modbus
DFI302 - Part C - English Manual (PDF)

 

D - DF51 Platform

 

This part has information to create control strategies and redundant systems that use the DF51 controller.

This part also has information about redundant system architecture and its configuration, hot standby redundancy and LAS redundancy. It has the following sections:

  • Creating a fieldbus strategy by using DF51
  • Adding redundancy to DF51 controller

DFI302 - Part D - English Manual (PDF)

 

E - DF65 Platform

 

This part has information about the DF65 logic coprocessor which is connected to DF51 (controller of DFI302 automation platform) to improve its capacity for discrete control. The ladder logic and the coprocessor function blocks help and improve the Fieldbus control system.

It has the following section:

  • Adding logic configuration by using coprocessors modules

DFI302 - Part E - English Manual (PDF)


F - Configuring strategies with HSE/FF controllers

This part has information to create control strategies that use the DF62 or DF63 controllers. It has the following section:

  • Creating a FOUNDATION fieldbus strategy by using the DF62/DF63

DFI302 - Part F - English Manual (PDF)

 

G - Configuring strategies with HSE/PROFIBUS controllers

 

This part has information to create control strategies that use the DF73, DF95 or DF97 controllers.

  • The DF73 is the HSE/Profibus-DP controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports, and 1 Profibus DP channel.
  • The DF95 is the HSE/Profibus controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports, 1 serial port, 2 Profibus PA ports, and 1 Profibus DP channel.
  • The DF97 is the HSE/Profibus controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports, 1 serial port, 4 Profibus PA ports, and 1 Profibus DP channel.

It has the following section:

  • Creating a Profibus configuration by using DF73DF95 or DF97 

DFI302 - Part G - English Manual (PDF)

 

H - Configuring strategies with HSE/DeviceNet controllers

 

This part has information to create control strategies that use the DF79 controller.

The DF79 is the HSE/DeviceNet controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports and 1 DeviceNet channel.

It has the following section:

  • Creating a DeviceNet configuration by using DF79

DFI302 - Part H - English Manual (PDF)

 

I - Configuring strategies with HSE/AS-i controllers

 

This part has information to create control strategies that use the DF81 controller. The DF81 is the HSE/AS-i controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports, and 2 AS-i channels.

It has the following section:

  • Creating an AS-i configuration by using DF81

DFI302 - Part I - English Manual (PDF)

 

J - Configuring strategies with HSE/Modbus controllers

 

This part has information to create control strategies that use the DF89 controller.

The DF89 is the HSE/Modbus controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports and 1 RS-485/RS-232 Modbus RTU port.

It has the following section:

  • Creating a Modbus configuration by using the DF89

DFI302 - Part J - English Manual (PDF)

 

K - Configuring strategies with HSE/WirelessHART controllers

 

This part has information to create control strategies that use the DF100 controller.

The DF100 is the HSE/WirelessHART™ controller with 2 Ethernet 100 Mbps ports, 1 RS-485 port and 1 WirelessHART channel.

It has the following section:

  • Creating a FOUNDATION fieldbus strategy by using the DF100

DFI302 - Part K - English Manual (PDF)

 

L - Redundancy 

 

To meet the requirements for fault tolerance, system availability and safety of the industrial process, the DFI302 HSE controllers (DF62/DF63/DF73/DF75/DF89) work with a Hot Standby redundancy strategy.

This part has information about installation and configuration of redundant systems which use those controllers.

It has the following sections:

  • Adding redundancy to DFI302 HSE controllers
  • Adding redundancy with redundant I/O modules R-Series

DFI302 - Part L - English Manual (PDF)

 

M - Conventional and redundant input/output modules

 

There are many types of input/output modules available for DFI302 automation platform, designed to fit a broad range of applications in the automation and process control industry.

The available types are:

  • Discrete inputs and outputs
  • Combined discrete inputs and outputs
  • Pulse inputs
  • Analog inputs and outputs
  • HART inputs and outputs
  • Redundant inputs and outputs

The Digital and Analog Input/Output Modules of DFI302 manual has all information about those modules.

DFI302 - Digital and Analogics Input / Output modules for DFI302 - English Manual (PDF)

 

N - Interfaces for panels

 

With the Smar’s panel interfaces is possible to eliminate the hard work of making cables, fixing washers and mounting terminal blocks. Just fit the interfaces in the DIN rail and connect the cable. It’s easy and fast!

The interfaces have many features which will fit your application. They were designed for the Smar’s I/O modules.

The Interfaces for Panels manual has all necessary information. This part of manual can be obtained on the Smar’s website (www.smar.com), downloading the file:

DFI302 - Interface Panels - English Manual (PDF)


Controllers

DF51

Processor with one 10 Mbps port and four H1 FOUNDATION Fieldbus ports

DF62

Controller with FOUNDATION FieldbusTM Linking Device function

DF63

Controller with FOUNDATION FieldbusTM Linking Device function

DF65

Logic Coprocessor

DF73

HSE/PROFIBUS-DP Controller

DF75

High Speed Ethernet Controller

DF79 HSE/DeviceNet Controller
DF81 HSE/AS-i Controller
DF89 Modbus/HSE Controller
DF95 HSE/PROFIBUS 1DP and 2PA controller
DF97 HSE/PROFIBUS 1DP and 4PA controller
DF100 HSE/WirelessHART™ controller
 

I/O Modules

DC Input

DF11

2 Groups of 8 24VDC Inputs (Isolated)

DF12

2 Groups of 8 48VDC Inputs (Isolated)

DF13

2 Groups of 8 60VDC Inputs (Isolated)

DF14

2 Groups of 8 125VDC Inputs (Isolated)

DF15

2 Groups of 8 24VDC Inputs (Sink) (Isolated)

AC Input

DF16

2 Groups of 4 120VAC Inputs (isolated)

DF17

2 Groups of 4 240VAC Inputs (isolated)

DF18

2 Groups of 8 120VAC Inputs (isolated)

DF19

2 Groups of 8 240VAC Inputs (isolated)

Switch

DF20

1 Group of 8 On/Off Switches

DC Output

DF21

1 Group of 16 Open Collector Outputs

DF22

2 Groups of 8 Transistor (source) Outputs - Isolated

AC Output

DF23

2 Isolated Groups of 4 120/240VAC Outputs

DF24

2 Isolated Groups of 8 120/240VAC Outputs

AC/DC Output

DF25

2 Groups of 4 NO Relays Outputs

DF26

2 Groups of 4 NC Relays Outputs

DE27

1 Group of 4 NO and 1 Group of 4NC Relay Outputs

DF28

2 Groups of 8 NO Relay Outputs

DF29

2 Groups of 4 NO Relay Outputs
(Without RC protection)

DF30

2 Groups of 4 NC Relay Outputs
(Without RC protection)

DF31

1 Group of 4 NO and 4NC Relay Outputs (Without RC protection)

DF69

2 Groups of 8 NO Relay Outputs (With RC protection)

DF71

2 Groups of 4 NO Relays Outputs (Without RC protection) – Max 10 mA

DF72

2 Groups of 4 NC Relays Outputs (Without RC protection) – Max 10 mA

Analog Input

DF44

1 Group of 8 Voltage/Current Analog Inputs with Internal Shunt Resistors

DF45

1 Group of 8 Low Signal Analog Inputs for TC, RTD, mV and Ohm

DF57

1 Group of 8 Voltage/Current Differential Analog Inputs with Internal Shunt Resistors)

Analog Output

DF46

1 Group of 4 Voltage/Current Analog Outputs

DC Input and AC/DC Output

DF32

1 Group of 8 24VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 4 NO Relays (Isolated)

DF33

1 Group of 8 48VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 4 NO Relays (Isolated)

DF34

1 Group of 8 60VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 4 NO Relays (Isolated)

DF35

1 Group of 8 24VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 4 NC Relays (Isolated)

DF36

1 Group of 8 48VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 4 NC Relays (Isolated)

DF37

1 Group of 8 60VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 4 NC Relays (Isolated)

DF38

1 Group of 8 24VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 2 NO and 2NC Relays (Isolated)

DF39

1 Group of 8 48VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 2 NO and 2 NC Relays (Isolated)

DF40

1 Group of 8 60VDC Inputs and 1 Group of 2 NO and 2 NC Relays (Isolated)

Pulse Input

DF41

2 Groups of 8 Low Frequency (0 - 100Hz) 24VDC Pulse Inputs

DF42

2 Groups of 8 High Frequency (0 - 10KHz) 24VDC Pulse Inputs

DF67

2 Groups of 8 High Frequency (0 - 10 KHz) AC Pulse Inputs

 

Interfaces

DF58

EIA 232 / 485 interface

DF61

Ethernet Switch 10/100 MBPS

 
 

Power Supply

DF50

Power Supply for Backplane 90 – 264 Vac

DF52/60

H1 Foundation Fieldbus & Profibus PA Power Supply (Uin = 90-264 Vac / 20-30 Vdc)

DF56

Power supply for backplane with redundancy capability

DF87 Power Supply for Backplane 20-30 Vdc, 5 A, redundant, with diagnostic
 

Power Supply Impedance

DF53/DF98

Power Supply Impedance for Fieldbus

 

Barriers

DF47-12

Fieldbus Foundation & Profibus PA Intrinsic Safety Barrier

DF47-17

Fieldbus Foundation & Profibus PA Intrinsic Safety Barrier

 

Accessories

Rack

DF1A

Shielded rack with 4 slots

DF78 Rack with 4 slots – It supports Hot Swap
DF92 Rack with 4 slots for redundant CPUs, hot swap and diagnostic
support
DF93 Rack with 4 slots, with diagnostic
 
Cables

DF54

Cable 100 Base-TX

DF55

Cable 100 Base-TX – cross cable

DF59

Cable RJ12 used to connect DF51 and DF58

DF68

Cable to connect redundant CPUs

DF76

Cable to connect co-processors

DF82

Cable to connect redundant controllers - length 500 mm

DF83

Cable to connect redundant controllers - length 1800 mm

DF90 IMB power cable
DF91 Lateral Adapter
 

Flat Cables

DF101 Flat cable to connect racks by left side – length 70 cm

DF3

Flat Cable to Connect Two Racks - Length 65mm

DF4A

Flat Cable to Connect Two Racks (Shielded) - Length 0.65 m

DF5A

Flat Cable to Connect Two Racks (Shielded) - Length 0.81 m

DF6A

Flat Cable to Connect Two Racks (Shielded) - Length 0.98 m

DF7A

Flat Cable to Connect Two Racks (Shielded) - Length 1.1 m

DF102 Flat cable to connect racks by right side - length 65 cm
DF103 Flat cable to connect racks by right side - length 81 cm
DF104 Flat cable to connect racks by right side - length 98 cm
DF105 Flat cable to connect racks by right side - length 115 cm
 

Terminator

DF2 Rack Terminator
DF96

Terminator for the last rack - left side

 

Empty module

DF0

Blind Module to fill empty slots

 
IMB Soft Starter

DF84

IMB Soft Starter

 

Support for single module

DF9

Support for a single module

 

R-Series

Racks and Acesssories

DF106

Master Rack - 6 slots for IO redundancy

DF110 (1)

Slave Rack - 10 slots for IO redundancy - Terminal blocks

DF110 (2)

Slave Rack - 10 slots for IO redundancy - Interface cabling

DF109

Thin stub cable (0,40m)

DF119

Thick cable (1,0m) for DF106-DF109 or DF106-DF110

Scanners

DF107

Master Scanner for IO Redundancy

DF108

Slave Scanner for IO Redundancy

I/O Modules

DF111 1 Group of 16 Redundant Digital Inputs 24 Vdc - Source
DF112 1 Group of 16 Redundant Digital Outputs 24 Vdc - Sink
DF113 1 Group of 8 Redundant Current Analog Inputs

DF114

1 Group of 8 Redundant Current Analog Outputs

Complement

ITF-CR-10 Interface cabling ( 1m to 5 m)
ITF-CR-15
ITF-CR-20
ITF-CR-25
ITF-CR-30
ITF-CR-35
ITF-CR-40
ITF-CR-45
ITF-CR-50
ITF-DIG

Passive Interface Panel for 16 Digital Input and/or Output Module - DC
Note: The active components must be connected externally

ITF-AN-IOR

Interface Panel for 8 Analog Input and/or Output Module
Note: Exclusive for R-Series



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