COP/BHP coding for CE-K
Solution A description of this resolution:
- The CO coding in a CAR/CAS can be deleted with a one-time selection and operation of the SES function
Operation via the Service Station (SES) corresponds to an individual operation.
If the operating priority occupied beforehand by a COP is used for a permanently installed individual operator panel (IOP), the previously described deleting prodedure also takes place during initial operation.
Under certain conditions, the BHP (high-priority operator panel) coding is not generated during operation, assuming an individual operator panel with a high priority.
For a central operator panel (COP) with the operator priority 1..3, the CO (central operation) coding is stored nonvolatile in the NVRAM of a CAR/CAS during initial operation (+/-dy, M/A).
This coding is also retained after deselection of the centralized operation or deleting of the setpoint routing modules.
Due to the remaining CO coding in the CAS/CAR, an individual operator panel (which has received the higher priority following deleting of the COP routing) is not signalled as an “High-priority operator panel (BHP)” in CE-K.
Except for the missing COP/BHP display in the operator panel, there are no other affects on the system.