Friday, October 25, 2013

Environment for modeling, testing and system checkout prior to start-up.

Invensys has released its SimSci SCP270, included in the Dynamic Simulation Suite (DSS), replacing FSIM Plus.

SCP270 software provides Foxboro I/A Series and Foxboro Evo control system users with a comprehensive environment for modeling, testing and system checkout prior to start-up. The software allows for efficient operator training, control systems validation and enhanced plant performance.

Product overview:
SCP270 software, part of the company’s Dynamic Simulation Suite, is a “virtual stimulation” of Invensys’ Foxboro I/A Series distributed control and Foxboro Evo process control systems. Combined with capability from its DYNSIM modeling software, SCP270 software is delivered as part of a turnkey OTS from Invensys. SCP270 software dramatically reduces start-up and commissioning times, helping to drive significant cost savings. The software also improves operator training for better plant performance. Operators can use the process model to run through a variety of scenarios, testing operator response and reaction time.

Key new features:
• Dramatically reduces start-up and commissioning times, providing significant cost savings;
• Accurately analyses and troubleshoots control logic response and performance of the company’s I/A Series and Foxboro Evo control systems;
• Based on a standard programming interface allowing for easy integration with any simulation.
Key capabilities:
• Uses the same communication protocol and connects to the same hardware and software as the Foxboro I/A Series and Foxboro Evo CP270;
• Offers a small hardware footprint;
• Supports other control software, including Triconex, Rockwell, Emerson, Siemens, GE, Yokogawa, as well as many other PLC, SIS, DCS and third-party simulation software.

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