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    • Simulated Control Processor

      EcoStruxure™ Foxboro DCS

      Virtual simulation of Foxboro control processors CP270 and CP280

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  • Overview

    Schneider Electric’s simulated control processor (SCP) is a virtual simulation of Foxboro control processors CP270 and CP280, combined with DYNSIM® dynamic modeling capability. SCP is built on the block algorithms and communication infrastructure of EcoStruxure™ Foxboro DCS and I/A Series® process automation.

    All operational and engineering applications, processes and equipment that run with Foxboro control systems run the same way with SCP software.
  • Features

    • Functionality identical to a Foxboro CP
    • One-to-one SCP-to-real-CP Relationship
    • Support for virtualization and cloud environments
    • Small hardware footprint
    • Support for all standard Foxboro configuration tools
    • Can be mixed with standard CPs during process automation system (PAS) factory acceptance test (FAT)
    • Easy bulk configuration of tie-back models
    • Support for direct links to other control software, including EcoStruxure Triconex Safety Systems, Rockwell, Emerson, Siemens, GE and Yokogawa; as well as support for many other PLC, SIS, PAS and third-party simulation software offerings
  • Benefits

    • Design superior real-time control software
    • Experience an ideal retrofit/upgrade design environment
    • Analyze and troubleshoot system response and performance, saving time and resources
    • Dramatically reduce the time required for commissioning and startup of EcoStruxure Foxboro DCS, I/A Series or Control Core Services system
    • Provide high-quality operator training

    > Contact Foxboro and Triconex customer support

  • Applications

    • Hydrocarbon processing
    • Chemical and specialty chemicals
    • Upstream oil and gas
    • Power generation
    • Metals and mining
    • Water and wastewater