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The functionality of the TPN/TPS system remains unchanged, but allows independent usage of two types of control networks Universal Control Network (UCN) based on IEEE 802.4 coax based technology Enhanced Universal Control Network (EUCN) based on IEEE 802.3 Ethernet applying FTE The TPN/TPS system comprises several different integrated hardware and software solutions that support a wide range of application needs. Figure 1 represents a subset of the possible nodes and controllers
A minimal EUCN network (see Figure ) consists, at a minimum, of two nodes (the ENIM and EHPM) connected by FTE media (Copper/Fiber optic Ethernet cables attached to a Honeywell Control Firewall). Larger networks incorporate Level 2 FTE switches and other (typically redundant) ENIMs and EHPMs.
Depending on the “routed cable” communication distance, EUCN uses fiber optic cables and shielded copper cables to ensure reliable operation in high noise industrial environments. FTE network security is achieved through the use of Level 1 Honeywell Control Firewall and Level 2 Industrial Ethernet switch configurations.
The EUCN provides a powerful communications platform for efficient, secure, real-time process communications. The UCN is based on IEEE 802.3 and extended message services operating in up to at a 100 megabit/second rate using efficient message structures to support the high-speed communications requirements of a process network The EUCN provides the following features: Support of redundant devices for added security Deterministic event/alarm distribution TPS Network time synchronization to enable high resolution, digital input sequence of events recording Extensive ENIM and EUCN communications and network diagnostics The EUCN uses redundant FTE cables as standard, and can accommodate up to 32 redundant devices. Devices can be added to, or removed from, the EUCN in a modular fashion to adjust to changing system requirements.