ControlDraw Milkshake Plant
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001 - Milkshake Plant Overview
002 - Solids Processing Bldng
003 - pc Liquids
004 - All CIP Recipes
005 - Material Reception Recipes
006 - Milk shakes
007 - Milk shakes Master Recipe
008 - em Additive Storage Hopper
009 - un Batch Mixer
010 - Figure 117
011 - un Homogeniser
012 - un Packaging Line
013 - Milk Silo
014 - un Solids Blending
015 - un Solids Preparation Line
016 - Additive Warehouse
017 - CIP Chemical Store
018 - CIP Generation System
019 - Intermediate Store
020 - Packaging Material Store
021 - Quarantine Store
022 - cr01 Milk Reception manifold
023 - cr02 Milk Distribution manifold
024 - cr03 Homogeniser In manifold
025 - cr04 Homogeniser Out manifold
026 - cr05 Product Silo inlet manifold
027 - cr06 Product Silo out manifold
028 - Tanker unloading bay
029 - CIP Unit
030 - crFreshWater
031 - Recycled water
032 - CIP Tank
033 - em Heat/Cool Jacket
034 - em Loss In Weight Feeder
035 - em Homogeniser
036 - em Homogerniser in
037 - em Generic Machine Interface
038 - em Discharge
039 - em Transfer in
040 - em Transfer out
041 - em CIP Drain
042 - em CIP Line Select
043 - em CIP Supply
044 - em Line Milk Silo out
045 - em Line to Milk silo
046 - em Line Milk Distribution
047 - em Batch to Homogenisation line
048 - em Line Homog Out
049 - em Water Feed
050 - Banana Additive Preparation
051 - em Tanker Reception
052 - rcp Additive Preparation
053 - rcCIP Milk Silo
054 - rcp generic Vessel CIP
055 - rcp Receive Additive
056 - rcp Receive milk
057 - rcp Batch Mixing
058 - up Fill and Pack Procedure
059 - op Batch Mix and Homogenise
060 - op Homogenising
061 - op Line Clean
062 - ph Silo Deliver
063 - ph Silo Receive
064 - ph Vessel CIP
065 - op CIP Supply to Vessel Clean
066 - op Unload Tanker
067 - ph unit Seup
068 - ph Vessel CIP
069 - ph Add Milk
070 - ph Add Milk and Solids
071 - ph Mix and Heat
072 - ph Homogenising
073 - cm Line Monitor
074 - cm CIP Status Control
075 - Controller Status
076 - Jacket Heat/Cool Type 1
077 - Batch Mixing Equipment Flow
078 - CIP Routing diagram
079 - CIP Routing diagram snapshot 2
080 - Complete CIP Graphic
081 - Design Notes
082 - Tag name schemes
083 - em Agitator
084 - phManual Action
085 - On Off Valve
086 - Mixproof Valve
087 - Variable Speed motor
088 - Fixed Speed Motor
089 - cm Agitator Control
090 - Standard PID Loop
091 - Control Valve
092 - Analog Input from Transmitter
093 - WEIGHT MEASUREMENT
094 - Alarm Switch Input
095 - Interface
096 - Standard Symbols
097 - Standard Control Modules
098 - Procedures
099 - Solids Prep Unit Control
100 - Milkshake step notes
101 - rp Receive Store Deliver
102 - phAgitation
103 - Derived Analog Alarms
104 - cm Block & Bleed
105 - ph Unit Check
106 - TYCombine2
107 - cm TP Patch Plate
108 - Generic Machine Interface
109 - PackML State Model
110 - S88 Procedural States
111 - swUnitControl
112 - Automation Systems
113 - op Drain
114 - Exception handling logic example
115 - On/Off Effector
116 - Batch Relationships
117 - Trend Groups

93 - Weight measurement (Measurement Analog)

Weight Measurement

This module uses serial communications and a Boolean input to communicate with the Weight Transmitter.
The serial connection is used to
Monitor the status of the weighing instrument
Download Set points
Upload weight reading
The digital input is connected to the weighing instrument to receive the Weight > Set Point Boolean signal.
It is better to use the weighing instrument to do the comparison between actual weight and set point because it is faster than doing the comparison in the PCS. And using an analog connection is much less accurate.
In addition the Standstill signal indicates that the weight is stable within some limits, this should be checked in a phase.



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