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DIN 19227-1:1993-10

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CONTROL TECHNOLOGY - GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS AND IDENTIFYING LETTERS FOR PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING - SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION FOR FUNCTIONS
Superseded date

01-01-2010

Published date

01-12-2013

1 Anwendungsbereich und Zweck
2 Begriffe
3 Darstellung
  3.1 Kennzeichnung der Aufgaben
  3.2 Graphische Symbole, Darstellung der EMSR-Aufgaben
  3.3 Messort
  3.4 EMSR-Stellen
  3.5 Kennbuchstaben
  3.6 Ausgabe- und Bedienort
  3.7 EMSR-Stellen-Kennzeichnung
  3.8 Weitere Kennzeichnungen
  3.9 Einwirkung auf die Strecke
  3.10 Wirkungsweg
  3.11 Textfelder an graphischen Symbolen
4 Anwendungen
  4.1 Ohne Ausgabe und Bedienung
  4.2 Ausgabe und Bedienung vor Ort
  4.3 Ausgabe und Bedienung im örtlichen Leitstand
  4.4 Ausgabe und Bedienung in der Prozessleitwarte
5 Verfahrensspezifische Beispiele
Zitierte Normen und andere Unterlagen
Änderungen
Erläuterungen

Die Norm gilt für die aufgabenbezogene Darstellung der Prozessleittechnik (PLT). Die Prozessleittechnik umfasst nur die prozessbezogene Elektro-, Mess-, Steuerungs- und Regelungstechnik, im folgenden kurz EMSR-Technik genannt. Die Norm findet Anwendung für alle verfahrenstechnischen Anlagen, beispielsweise in der chemischen Industrie, in der Mineralölindustrie, für entsprechende Anlagen in Kraftwerken, Hüttenwerken und Zechen, für die Industrie Bau, Steine und Erden, die Zellstoff- und Papierindustrie, die Nahrungsmittelindustrie, die Gas- und Wassertechnik, die Klimatechnik u. ä. Die lösungsbezogene Darstellung der EMSR-Funktionen wird in DIN 19227 Teil 2 beschrieben.

DevelopmentNote
Supersedes DIN 19227-3 and DIN 19227-4. (07/2002)
DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
German Institute for Standardisation (Deutsches Institut für Normung)
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

Standards Relationship
ISO 3511-4:1985 Corresponds
ISO 3511-2:1984 Corresponds
ISO 3511-1:1977 Corresponds
ISO/TR 8545:1984 Similar to

DIN 6779-1:1995-07 STRUCTURING PRINCIPLES FOR TECHNICAL PRODUCTS AND TECHNICAL PRODUCT DOCUMENTATION - PART 1: BASIC RULES
DIN 19227-2:1991-02 CONTROL TECHNOLOGY - GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS AND IDENTIFYING LETTERS FOR PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING - REPRESENTATION OF DETAILS
DIN 2481:1979-06 THERMAL POWER GENERATING PLANTS, GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS
DIN 19225:1981-12 MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL; TERMINOLOGY AND CLASSIFICATION OF CONTROLLERS
DIN EN 61346-1:1997-01 INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS, INSTALLATIONS AND EQUIPMENT AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS - STRUCTURING PRINCIPLES AND REFERENCE DESIGNATIONS - PART 1: BASIC RULES
VDI 4682:2006-05 Fuel cell heating appliances - Drafting of service contracts
DIN 40719-6:1992-02 DIAGRAMS, CHARTS, TABLES - RULES FOR FUNCTION CHARTS
DIN EN 12262:1999-02 ROTODYNAMIC PUMPS - TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS - TERMS, DELIVERY RANGE, LAYOUT
DIN EN 61082-2:1995-05 PREPARATION OF DOCUMENTS USED IN ELECTROTECHNOLOGY - PART 2: FUNCTION-ORIENTED DIAGRAMS
VDI 3814 Blatt 6:2008-07 Building automation and control systems (BACS) - Graphical description of logic control tasks
VDI/VDE 3695:1986-07 Preformated displays on video display units for the control of process plants
VDI/VDE 2180 Blatt 3:1998-12 Safeguarding of industrial process plants by means of process and control engineering - Building and installation requirements for functional safety of process control systems under emergency conditions
VDI/VDE 2180 Blatt 2:1998-12 Safeguarding of industrial process plants by means of process control engineering - Classification of process control systems - Realisation, operation and testing of safety instrumented systems
VDI/VDE/DWA 3552:2007-06 Use of field bus systems in water supply plants
DIN 2425-3:1980-05 Plans for Public Utilities, Water Resources and Long-distance Lines; Plans for Long-distance Pipelines, Technical Regulation of the DVGW (German Gas and Water Engineers Association)
DIN ISO 6412-1:1991-05 TECHNICAL DRAWINGS - SIMPLIFIED REPRESENTATION OF PIPELINES - GENERAL RULES AND ORTHOGONAL REPRESENTATION
DIN 19226-6:1997-09 CONTROL TECHNOLOGY - PART 6: TERMS AND DEFINITIONS OF FUNCTIONAL AND CONSTRUCTIONAL UNITS
DIN ISO 1219-1:2007-12 FLUID POWER SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS - GRAPHIC SYMBOLS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS - PART 1: GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FOR CONVENTIONAL USE AND DATA-PROCESSING APPLICATIONS
DIN 6779-2:2004-07 STRUCTURING PRINCIPLES FOR TECHNICAL PRODUCTS AND TECHNICAL PRODUCT DOCUMENTATION - PART 2: LETTER CODES - MAIN CLASSES AND SUBCLASSES OF OBJECTS ACCORDING TO THEIR PURPOSE OR TASK
DIN 2429-2:1988-01 SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF PIPEWORK COMPONENTS ON ENGINEERING DRAWINGS - FUNCTIONAL REPRESENTATION
FDBR 160-1 : 2008
DIN 19226-3:1994-02 CONTROL TECHNOLOGY - TERMS AND DEFINITIONS OF SWITCHING SYSTEMS BEHAVIOUR
DIN 28004-1:1988-05 FLOW SHEETS AND DIAGRAMS OF PROCESS PLANTS - CONCEPTS, TYPES OF DIAGRAM, INFORMATION CONTENT

ISO 3511-1:1977 Process measurement control functions and instrumentation — Symbolic representation — Part 1: Basic requirements
ISO 3511-3:1984 Process measurement control functions and instrumentation — Symbolic representation — Part 3: Detailed symbols for instrument interconnection diagrams
DIN 19227-2:1991-02 CONTROL TECHNOLOGY - GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS AND IDENTIFYING LETTERS FOR PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING - REPRESENTATION OF DETAILS
DIN 30600:1985-11 GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS - REGISTRATION, DESIGNATION
ISO 3511-2:1984 Process measurement control functions and instrumentation — Symbolic representation — Part 2: Extension of basic requirements
ISO 3511-4:1985 Industrial process measurement control functions and instrumentation — Symbolic representation — Part 4: Basic symbols for process computer, interface, and shared display/control functions
DIN 19226:1968-05 CONTROL ENGINEERING - DEFINITIONS AND TERMS
ISO 128:1982 Technical drawings — General principles of presentation

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