SIMIS S Siemens Microcomuter Interlocking System S .


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SIMIS S ( Si emens M icrocomuter I nterlocking S ystem S ). SIMIS S Electronic Interlocking. SIMIS S History of Siemens India in Railway Business. Market entry of Az S 350 U. Market entry into SIMIS S. Manufacturing of ZUB 100 . Manufacturing and Market entry of FTGS.
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SIMIS S ( Si emens M icrocomuter I nterlocking S ystem S ) SIMIS S Electronic Interlocking

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SIMIS S History of Siemens India in Railway Business Market passage of Az S 350 U Market section into SIMIS S Manufacturing of ZUB 100 Manufacturing and Market passage of FTGS Market section of ZUB 100 Manufacturing of point machines 2005 Manufacturing of K50 transfers 2001 Local designing of hand-off interlocking Siemens Group is available in India First hand-off interlocking 1998 1986 1979 1973 1971 1960 1958 1867

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SIMIS S TS RA – Relay Interlocking Relay Room Operation/Indication Panel

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Cable Termination Rack SIMIS S System Structure MMI/Panel S7 Failsafe CPU standard Digital I/Os ET 200 ProfiNet/Profibus w/Profisafe S7 Failsafe CPU (Standby, discretionary) Vital Digital I/Os ET 200 Electronic Object Controller Relay Object Controller

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SIMIS S System Over view Safety idea Coded Mono processor Background individual test by CPU working framework Certification IEC 61508 CENELEC EN 50126/8/9 RDSO Approval –July\'2007 Components Power supply CPU with PROFIBUS interface (PROFISAFE convention ) I/O segments (concentrated/decentralized)

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SIMIS S Safety Integrity Level (HW) SIL 4 is accomplished with a THR <10 - 8 . As per the TÜV endorsement, SIMIS S equipment has an average THR of 1,18*10 - 9 which is well underneath the insignificant prerequisites of EN 50129. If it\'s not too much trouble allude to the table underneath taken from EN50129 standard, page 41

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A, B C Operation Operators Output AND Coding Comparison Stop by D ≠/C OR Diverse Operators Diverse Operation Diverse Output/A,/B D =/C SIMIS S Safety idea

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Signal P4 Ziel P4 GLEIS 2.1 P4 T0 B An A B A B EL. EPP1 EL. EPP1 EL. Flag P3 Signal P1 Ziel P2 Signal P2 Weiche W1 P3 P1 P2 GLEIS 1.1 C Weiche W2 C T0 An A B An A B An EPP1 B EPP1 EL. EL. EL. EL. EPP1 An EPP1 EL. An EPP1 B EL. EPP1 EL. Point W2 B "Spurplan" topographical guideline Easy and straightforward show Efficient & transient venture execution T0 A C EL. Adaptability in alteration High performing and dependable device environment PC based test instruments for constant reenactment Proven standard security device gives programmed era of wellbeing code SIMIS S Engineering standards

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SIMIS S A TYPICAL IP

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SIMIS S A TYPICAL ELEMENT SECTION PLAN

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SIMIS S A TYPICAL GEAR LIST

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SIMIS S A TYPICAL ELEMENT CONNECTION PLAN

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SIMIS S Ease of establishment & upkeep Modularization of equipment Worldwide accessibility of extra parts ordinarily inside a couple (1-3) days Easy to utilize setup and change devices; Powerful, coordinated apparatuses for adjusting and diagnostics Hot swappable modules : if there should arise an occurrence of any disappointment in the module (in the introduced station/lodge) , module can be expelled & supplanted "on the web" with no exceptional devices & stoppage of whole framework by any semi gifted individual Fool-proof establishment by equipment coding (mechanical) of the modules

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SIMIS S Ease of Installation & Maintenance Interface Modules MCB for IM & PM Failsafe DO Modules Failsafe Power Module End plate ET200 S PROFIBUS Cable Connector Profibus Cable Mounting rail Terminal Modules for Vital IO Modules Profibus Cable Terminal Modules for Failsafe PM Cable steering

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SIMIS S Special elements Installation & support agreeable outline of the required segments No unique devices important "Untrained" work force can introduce equipment . Trick verification: cards can\'t be embedded if HW coding isn\'t right and System won\'t enact any jumbling card however System is still operational (aside from the broken/confounding card) Hot swap of I/O cards Rack savvy circulation of Interface Relays IO modules Communication through fiber optic, copper, radio or telecom joins without designing changes. PROFIBUS association between racks, diminishment of patching focuses Full testing can be performed in manufacturing plant Reduced establishment time at site Robust HW intended for brutal ecological conditions (e.g. steel factories, foundries, atomic power stations, … ) No A/C or exceptional ventilation necessities Safe Designed and endorsed for railroad flagging application as indicated by CENELEC EN 50126, EN 50128,EN 50129 benchmarks e.g. SIL 4. Execution increment because of perfect moves to future preparing hardware

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SIMIS S Maintenance & Trouble Shooting Hot swapping of IO Cards Remove and Insert IO cards when the framework is in operation No compelling reason to close and restart the framework if an IO card should be supplanted. Advantage – Ease of upkeep and expanded MTBF

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SIMIS S Redundancy Concept

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SIMIS S Architecture 1 Copper Profibus Copper Profibus Standard IOs ** * Maintenance terminal Main & Stand by processor Operating & Indicating Panel Vital IOs Vital IOs Electronic Object controllers Electronic Object controllers * Optional administrators board ** Optional remain by CPU

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SIMIS S Architecture 2 (Distributed) Optic Ring Profibus Optic Link Module OLM Standard IOs ** * Maintenance terminal Main & Stand by processor Operating & Indicating Panel Vital IOs Vital IOs Vital IOs Electronic Object controller Electronic Object controller * Optional administrators board ** Optional remain by CPUl

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SIMIS S Rack Structure Rack astute dispersion of Interface Relays IO modules Only PROFIBUS association between racks Each rack has 96 way Tag Block for end of link from CT Rack Full testing can be performed in prewired setup at Mumbai itself. Decreased establishment time @ site Easy expansion of Relay racks in future Maximum welding conveyed in-house,

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SIMIS S Architecture of Distributed framework Work Station Cabin "WEST" (existing Room) Control-cum-Indication Panel Track Crossing SSI IPS DL OFC Cabin "East" (Existing Room)

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SIMIS S System Configuration of Distributed framework Work Station Maintenance Terminal Control-cum-Indication Panel Printer Data lumberjack CPU Profibus CP CPU Profibus CP PS OLM FOC-Supplied by IR OLM Cabin "East" Cabin "WEST"

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SIMIS S Merits of the Distributed framework East & West lodges for station are secured by disseminated SSI framework with Interlocking hardware in each of the 2 lodges associated on OFC & a typical control-cum-Indication board in one area. Favorable position of this framework is sparing of Signaling links from lodge (east)/west to Central room. Distant signs & focuses, track can be interfaced in lodge itself. Excess CPU\'s are introduced at focal areas as it were. Henceforth any change/adjustment as required will be done at focal area as it were. If there should be an occurrence of any disappointment in the module (situated in lodge) , module can be expelled & supplanted "on the web" with no exceptional apparatuses & stoppage of whole framework by any semi talented individual. We will supply SIMIS S Electronic interlocking framework on an absolutely prewired premise. The framework will be completely pre-wired and tried in our premises. The pre wiring incorporates the accompanying: Wiring from IO modules to the Interface transfers. Profibus wiring between the racks Profibus wiring from the Operating & Indicating board to the EI. This idea of pre-wiring empowers to test the total establishment and accordingly minimize the wiring and testing time at site .

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SIMIS S References - India

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SIMIS S References - Worldwide

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SIMIS S References - Worldwide

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SIMIS S Installation Arrangement

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SIMIS S Typical IPS Scheme

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SIMIS S Typical Earthing Scheme

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