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S-series DCS System Hardware | DeltaV

DeltaV S-series


DeltaV S-series hardware adds I/O on Demand functionality to all the proven technology found in the M-series with "hot-swappable" capabilities, you can add controllers, I/O cards, field devices and workstations while the system is powered and running so you can expand and upgrade your system with no downtime.

The breakthrough I/O on Demand technology elliminates intensive I/O pre–engineering. Costs and concerns around single point of failure, marshaled cross–wiring, power and grounding of Foundation Fieldbus segments, and late project I/O and process design change orders can completely disappear.

DeltaV S-series Electronic Marshalling lets you land field cabling wherever you want it, regardless of signal type or control strategies. Each terminal block has a single channel characterization module or CHARM, which includes an A/D converter and signal characterization to distinguish between different signal types. This revolutionary approach removes the complexity of field wiring marshalling in your control system. Redundant CHARM I/O cards, communications, and power between CHARMs and CHARM I/O cards ensure system reliability.

The S-series' exterior hardware design delivers easy snap-in installation that prevents bent pins and over–tightening onto rails, and releases with the push of a button. The hardened shell's ventilation system protects against entry of debris and foreign particles that could short–circuit electronics.

DocumentationFeatures & BenefitsSpecifications
 Product & Service Documentation
 Data Sheets - Bulletins - Catalogs
 DeltaV Bulk Power Supply
The 24 V Bulk Power Supply provides a centralized power supply and distributes power to system power supplies and also can provide power for field devices.
855 KBpdfJune 2014
 DeltaV Controller Redundancy
A redundant DeltaV M-series or S-series controller protects your critical process from unexpected shutdowns.
335 KBpdfOctober 2014
 DeltaV Workstation Hardware
493 KBpdfDecember 2012
 DeltaV Zones
Multiple standalone DeltaV systems can now be connected via an Inter-Zone Network to provide unprecedented view and control of your entire plant.
263 KBpdfJuly 2009
 M-Series DeltaV™ Controller Interface for PROVOX™ I/O
Upgrade your PROVOX™ controllers ™ Controller Interface for PROVOX I/O
219 KBpdfJanuary 2013
 Smart Wireless Gateway
Provides seamless integration with the DeltaV system and AMS Suite.
374 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series 4-port FOUNDATION Fieldbus I/O
Foundation fieldbus I/O is a modular subsystem that communicates digitally with field devices, increases your input/ output capacity, and gives you access to more information about your process than conventional I/O subsystems.
570 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series AS-I Interface Cards
The DeltaV S-series AS-i Interface Cards provide the solutions for interfacing to discrete actuators and sensors.
392 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-Series Controller Interface for PROVOX I/O
Emerson Process Management provides solid control solutions with the S-Series DeltaV Controller Interface for PROVOX I/O and DeltaV SD Plus or SX Controllers.
370 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series DC to DC Power Supply
Delivers more current on the 12-VDC I/O interface power bus and eliminates the need for 24- to 12-VDC bulk power supplies. All controller and I/O power can be sourced from 24-VDC bulk power supplies.
95 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-series DeviceNet Interface Card
The DeltaV S-series DeviceNet Interface Cards provide the solutions for interfacing to discrete actuators and sensors.
463 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-Series Electronic Marshalling
2 MBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series Electronic Marshalling for Migrations
Now you can migrate to DeltaV S-series without having to add cabinets, custom cables, or extra marshalling. All communications are completely redundant from the channel (CHARM) to the DeltaV S-series controller.
644 KBpdfApril 2010
 S-series Ethernet I/O Card
The Ethernet I/O Card (EIOC) provides a platform to access data from intelligent field devices (IEDs) within the DeltaV system.
684 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series FOUNDATION Fieldbus I/O
Use DeltaV state-of-the-art S-series FOUNDATION fieldbus I/O for your process control system.
295 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-series H1 I/O Card with Integrated Power
Use DeltaV state-of-the-art S-series H1 I/O Card with Integrated Power for your process control system.
261 KBpdfAugust 2011
 S-series Horizontal Carriers
The DeltaV S-series horizontal-mount carriers provide plug-and-play ease for your I/O subsystems.
239 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-series IS Electronic Marshalling
The addition of Intrinsically Safe (IS) CHARMs provides significant savings in system design, installation cost and ease of maintenance expected with Electronic Marshalling.
1 MBpdfAugust 2013
 S-series Mass Connection Solutions
The DeltaV™ S-series Mass Connection Solutions provide fast, easy and reliable connection from field devices to DeltaV™ simplex and redundant, high density traditional I/O Cards, while providing several wiring options.
1017 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series Profibus DP Interface Card
The DeltaV S-series Profibus DP Interface Cards provide the solutions for interfacing to discrete actuators and sensors.
449 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-series SD Plus Controller
211 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-series Sequence of Events Card
Provides a means of recording the events associated with a process upset, and using highly accurate time stamps to determine the precise order in which they occurred.
499 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-series Serial Interface
DeltaV S-series Serial Interface cards provide a connection between the DeltaV system and other devices.
163 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series SQ Controller
The SQ Controller provides all the features, functions and memory needed for large batch and other memory-intensive applications.
268 KBpdfJanuary 2013
 S-series SX Controller
232 KBpdfAugust 2010
 S-Series Traditional I/O
The DeltaV S-series Traditional I/O subsystem is easy to install and maintain.
634 KBpdfOctober 2014
 S-series Virtual I/O Module 2
The S-Series Virtual IO Module 2 (VIM2) simulates S-Series IO Cards and digital field devices when used with MYNAH Technologies’ MiMiC Software.
532 KBpdfOctober 2014
 Wireless I/O Card
the DeltaV System and AMS Suite version 11 provide seamless integration with the Wireless I/O card.
390 KBpdfOctober 2014
 Technical White Papers
 Answers to your Questions about Implementing Fieldbus in DeltaV Systems
352 KBpdfDecember 2008
 Buses and the DeltaV System
This document describes the implementation of various buses in the DeltaV system and some recommended applications
443 KBpdfOctober 2014
 Comparison of a Single-Loop Digital Controller to a DeltaV Multi-Loop Controller
162 KBpdfNovember 2011
 DeltaV Control Module Execution
Explains how the execution of control modules is managed in the DeltaV controller.
290 KBpdfAugust 2007
 DeltaV Controller Redundancy
299 KBpdfJanuary 2013
 DeltaV Enclosures
Describes the three types of DeltaV Enclosures available from Emerson Process Management, starting with the version 11 release of DeltaV. The details of the enclosures, as well as the benefits of using these enclosures, are described in this paper.
666 KBpdfApril 2010
 DeltaV HART Capabilities
Describes the DeltaV capabilities with HART inputs and outputs that are intrinsic to the system. Additional capabilities may be obtained with the addition of AMS.
528 KBpdfDecember 2008
 DeltaV Sequence of Events
Describes how the DeltaV system captures and communicates Sequence of Events messages. It also addresses how the system manages the time synchronization required to accurately sequence events that are read by different controllers in the DeltaV system.
540 KBpdfNovember 2005
 DeltaV S-Series LocalBus Design
This document provides clarifications and guidelines for laying out S-series traditional I/O carriers, also in combination with M-series horizontal and vertical plus I/O carriers to support DeltaV SIS.
805 KBpdfMay 2012
 Effects of Heat and Airflow inside an Enclosure
In order to prevent problems during control system design, effects of heat and airflow on equipment installed in enclosures must be considered.
281 KBpdfFebruary 2007
 Electronic Marshalling Availability and Redundnacy
675 KBpdfJanuary 2013
 Electronic Marshalling Overview
Electronic Marshalling is an innovative design for connecting field devices to a DeltaV™ Process Automation System. This document provides a detailed overview of what Electronic Marshalling is, as well as describes the benefits that it provides.
1 MBpdfFebruary 2010v1
 Human Centered Design Philosophy:Conquering Complexity
Describes how Emerson Process Management has used innovation and Human Centered Design philosophy to overturn 35 years of industry thinking.
2 MBpdfJune 2011
 I/O on Demand Cost Study
In this study, data from an existing offshore platform was analyzed to compare the as built cost with the cost of the new Electronic Marshalling technology in DeltaV v11.3. The results show cost savings of between 7 and 26%.
906 KBpdfFebruary 2010v1
 Solvay's Migration Path to DeltaV Version 11
435 KBpdfSeptember 2010
CHARM CHARM Term Block H1 Integrated Power 8-Wide Carrier CHARM Assembly
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