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  1. SIMIS S (Siemens Microcomuter Interlocking System S) SIMIS S Electronic Interlocking

  2. SIMIS S History of Siemens India in Railway Business Market entryof Az S 350 U Market entryinto SIMIS S Manufacturing of ZUB 100 Manufacturing and Market entry of FTGS Market entry of ZUB 100 Manufacturing of point machines 2005 Manufacturing of K50 relays 2001 Local engineering of relay interlocking Siemens Group is present in India First relay interlocking 1998 1986 1979 1973 1971 1960 1958 1867

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

  4. 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, optional) Vital Digital I/Os ET 200 Electronic Object Controller Relay Object Controller

  5. SIMIS S System Over view Safety concept • Coded Mono processor • Background self test by • CPU operating system Certification • IEC 61508 • CENELEC EN 50126/8/9 • RDSO Approval –July’2007 Components • Power supply • CPU with PROFIBUS interface • (PROFISAFE protocol) • I/O components (centralized / • decentralized)

  6. SIMIS S Safety Integrity Level (HW) • SIL 4 is achieved with a THR <10-8. According to the TÜV approval, SIMIS S hardware has a typical THR of 1,18*10-9 which is well below the minimal requirements of EN 50129. Please refer to the table below taken from EN50129 standard, page 41

  7. A, B C Operation Operators Output AND Coding Comparison Stop by D ≠ /C OR DiverseOperators DiverseOperation DiverseOutput /A, /B D = /C SIMIS S Safety concept

  8. Signal P4 Ziel P4 P4 GLEIS 2.1 P4 T0 T0 T0 B A A B A B EL. EPP1 EPP1 EL. EPP1 EL. Signal P3 Signal P1 Ziel P2 Signal P2 P2 Weiche W1 P3 P1 P2 GLEIS 1.1 C Weiche W2 C T0 T0 T0 T0 T0 T0 T0 A A A B B B A A B A EPP1 B EPP1 EL. EL. EL. EL. EPP1 EPP1 A EPP1 EL. A EPP1 B EL. EPP1 EL. Point W2 B • ”Spurplan” geographical principle • Easy and transparent display • Efficient & short term project execution T0 A C EL. • Flexibility in modification • High performing and reliable tool environment • PC based test tools for real-time simulation • Proven standard safety tool provides automatic generation of safety code SIMIS S Engineering principles

  9. SIMIS S A TYPICAL IP

  10. SIMIS S A TYPICAL ELEMENT SECTION PLAN

  11. SIMIS S A TYPICAL GEAR LIST

  12. SIMIS S A TYPICAL ELEMENT CONNECTION PLAN

  13. SIMIS S Ease of installation & maintenance • Modularization of hardware • Worldwide availability of spare parts typically within a few (1-3) days • Easy to use configuration and modification tools; • Powerful, integrated tools for servicing and diagnostics • Hot swappable modules : Incase of any failure in the module (in the installed station / cabin) , module can be removed & replaced “online” without any special tools & stoppage of entire system by any semi skilled person • Fool-proof installation by hardware coding (mechanical) of the modules

  14. 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 routing

  15. SIMIS S Special features • Installation & maintenance friendly design of the required components • No special tools necessary • “Untrained“ personnel can install hardware . • Fool-proof: cards cannot be inserted if HW coding is wrong and System will not activate any mismatching card though System is still operational (except for the faulty/mismatching card) • Hot swap of I/O cards • Rack wise distribution of Interface Relays IO modules • Communication via fiber optic, copper, radio or telecom links without engineering changes. • PROFIBUS connection between racks, reduction of soldering points • Full testing can be performed in factory • Reduced installation time at site • Robust • HW designed for harsh environmental conditions (e.g. steel mills, foundries, nuclear power stations, …) • No A/C or special ventilation requirements • Safe • Designed and approved for railway signaling application according to CENELEC EN 50126, EN 50128,EN 50129 standards e.g. SIL 4. • Performance increase due to compatible transitions to future processing equipment

  16. SIMIS S Maintenance & Trouble Shooting Hot swapping of IO Cards • Remove and Insert IO cards when the system is in operation • No need to shut and restart the system if an IO card needs to be replaced. Benefit – Ease of maintenance and increased MTBF

  17. SIMIS S Redundancy Concept

  18. 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 operators panel ** Optional stand-by CPU

  19. SIMIS S Architecture 2 (Distributed) Optic Ring Profibus Optic Link Module OLM OLM 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 operators panel ** Optional stand-by CPUl

  20. SIMIS S Rack Structure • Rack wise distribution of Interface Relays IO modules • Only PROFIBUS connection between racks • Each rack has 96 way Tag Block for termination of cable from CT Rack • Full testing can be performed in prewired setup at Mumbai itself. • Reduced installation time @ site • Easy addition of Relay racks in future • Maximum soldering carried in-house,

  21. SIMIS S Architecture of Distributed system Work Station Cabin “WEST” (existing Room) Control-cum-Indication Panel Track Crossing SSI IPS DL OFC Cabin “East” (Existing Room)

  22. SIMIS S System Configuration of Distributed system Work Station Maintenance Terminal Control-cum-Indication Panel Printer Data logger CPU Profibus CP CP CPU Profibus CP PS PS OLM FOC-Supplied by IR OLM OLM Cabin “East” Cabin “WEST”

  23. SIMIS S Merits of the Distributed system • East & West cabins for station are covered by distributed SSI system with Interlocking equipment in each of the 2 cabins connected on OFC & a common control-cum-Indication panel in one location. • Advantage of this system is saving of Signaling cables from cabin (east) /west to Central room. • Far off signals & points, track can be interfaced in cabin itself. • Redundant CPU’s are installed at central locations only. Hence any change / modification as required will be done at central location only. • In case of any failure in the module (located in cabin) , module can be removed & replaced “online” without any special tools & stoppage of entire system by any semi skilled person. • We will be supplying SIMIS S Electronic interlocking system on a totally prewired basis. The system will be fully pre-wired and tested in our premises. The pre-wiring wiring includes the following: • Wiring from IO modules to the Interface relays. • Profibus wiring between the racks • Profibus wiring from the Operating & Indicating panel to the EI. • This concept of pre-wiring enables to test the complete installation and thereby minimize the wiring and testing time at site .

  24. SIMIS S References - India

  25. SIMIS S References - Worldwide

  26. SIMIS S References - Worldwide

  27. SIMIS S Installation Arrangement

  28. SIMIS S Typical IPS Scheme

  29. SIMIS S Typical Earthing Scheme