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DeltaV Simulator
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Posted by Loc on 1 August, 2007 - 12:21 am
I just installed a Stand-alone DeltaV Simulator on my laptop. To verify the installation is working properly, I created a control module, assigned, and downloaded into the virtual controller. When I opened the module online, the module was not executed. I have a hard time trying to understand what the root cause is. Any help is very appreciated. Thanks.


Posted by Anonymous on 14 August, 2007 - 1:58 pm
Modules are executed in controllers not in workstations.

Best regards

Posted by B Spiegel on 11 March, 2008 - 12:10 am
When using simulate you must assign the module to the workstation and launch simulate.

Posted by Not not Garcia on 12 March, 2008 - 1:20 am
Assign the module to the workstation, download the workstation. If you can't download then something is missing (license or dongle etc). Launch simulate to control the execution of the modules assigned to the workstation.

notnotgarcia @ yahoo. com

Posted by Rover on 26 May, 2010 - 11:47 pm
> Modules are executed in controllers not in workstations. <

This comment is incorrect. Modules can be assigned either to controllers as well as Professional Plus Station. In simulate, you can assign to the professional plus station and execute them.

Posted by P.N. Shaji on 7 October, 2007 - 11:57 am

Can you send me the download link / source of deltav Simulator..

P.N. Shaji

Posted by Jason Villamil on 28 October, 2007 - 8:34 pm
P.N. Shaji,
DeltaV Simulate is not a free download. Emerson sells DeltaV Simulate in both a standalone and a networked flavor. Purchase gives you the license and the media. Last I checked, Simulate Standalone had a cost around $2500 USD.


Posted by Mark McMillen on 2 November, 2007 - 12:52 am
Loc, when I created my Simulator, I think I had to download my virtual Pro Plus as well. And I'm assuming you do have a Simulator dongle and license installed.

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