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Chapter I Introduction to Quick II MANUAL



FAB Intelligent Controller

QuickII: SO.TWARE .OR .AB Controller

Quick II is a programming software for a FAB controller (FAB), it is required to carry out programming and simulation on a computer. It can implement the preparation of a control program (function diagram) for FAB. It can also simulate the operation of theedited program and display the operation in a clear manner. The latter feature enables the accuracy of the edited program to be confirmed. QuickII can execute both short-distance and remote communication of FAB, and write an edited program into the EEPROM of the FAB.


Chapter I Introduction to Quick II

Chapter I Brief Introduction to Quick II

In order to obtain a quick and initialunderstanding of Quick II we will, from this chapter forward, make a comprehensive introduction to Quick II with the help of visual pictures.

1 . 1 Operating interface The operating interface of Quick II is friendly and all of its operations can be completed by clicking the mouse. By clicking Start>Programs>Quick II in the Windows taskbar, you can enter the main interface of Quick II, as shownin Fig. 1.2

Fig. 1 . 1

Set up Quick II


FAB Intelligent Controller

Fig. 1 . 2 Main Interface of Quick II For Quick II, the operating methods of pull-down Instruction Tools and Quick icons are adopted. All function blocks are directly distributed in the window. Using a mouse with Windows operation, you can perform; creating and editing, simulation running and monitoring of a FABprogram quickly. 1 . 2 Two types of editing windows Click NEW, then set the controller type and simulation type depending on requirements. Select a file name for storing in the computer. Two cascaded editing windows, the Logical Diagram Editing window and Field Simulation Graph Editing window, will appear in the window. You may select either one for editing purposes. 1 . 2 . 1 FAB Logical DiagramEditing window FAB Logical Diagram Editing window is as shown in Fig. 1.3. In this editing window, you can click the desired block in the block library on the left to draw the Logical Function Diagram and set the block property. After the function diagram is completed, simulation can be run in this window and the program can be downloaded to FAB.


Chapter I Introduction to Quick IIFig. 1 . 3

FAB Logical Diagram Editing window

1 . 2 . 2 Simulation window Quick II has two types of simulation window, the Standard Simulation window and the Simple Simulation window. The Standard Simulation (Graph editing) window is as shown in Fig.1.4. In this editing window, you can design the Field Simulation Graph with Draw, using the built in drawing tools, on the top of the editingwindow, based on the field device. The said Field Simulation Graph editing window is used to conform with the Function Diagram. When the Function Diagram and Field Simulation Graph are completed, you may activate simulation to execute real-time simulation of the field devices on the controlled site. The Simple simulation window is as shown in Fig.1.5, through which you can easily view the result ofFAB operation.


FAB Intelligent Controller

Fig. 1 . 4 Standard Simulation window

Fig. 1 . 5 Simple Simulation window 1 . 3 Main functions 1 . 3 . 1 Editing function The main function of Quick II is programming for FAB. By using the Logical Function Editing window of Quick II, you can create and edit your desired FAB programs using various function blocks of FAB and can also performfile operations such as save, print, etc.


Chapter I Introduction to Quick II

1 . 3 . 2 Simulation operation function After the program is edited, you can view the program operation result on the computer and conveniently check if the said program meets your control requirements. Here Quick II provides you with a completely new off-line test function, through which you can debug the...