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Simpler Batch

To meet the challenges of modern process control, it is essential to be able to develop and implement new recipes easily, and to be able to make changes to existing recipes quickly, without creating the demand for complex and time- consuming programming. This is the goal of agile process control.

To meet the challenges of modern process control, it is essential to be able to develop and implement new recipes easily, and to be able to make changes to existing recipes quickly, without creating the demand for complex and time- consuming programming. This is the goal of agile process control.

The S88.01 standard defines a common language and models for the design and specification of systems for batch processing. It enables the cost and complexity associated with dedicated, custom software traditionally needed to implement batch control systems to be eliminated.

With C Batch tools running on Mitsubishi PAC hardware, the execution of recipes is relocated from the PC platform to a PAC platform. Recipe-based batch process control systems are simplified for easier handling, without essentially reducing the expressive power and the abstraction level.

The C Batch software puts the recipe execution engine, phase logic interface, phase logic and basic control on the PAC. Recipe creation and editing is provided through the associated PC software module, and the operator interface is provided by the Batch View software running on Mitsubishi Graphic Operator Terminals (GOTs).

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