FSS 故障シミュレーションシステム



  • Wide range of faults, specific to each EDIBON teaching equipment.
  • Configurable system: The faults are sequentially reproduced and can be reordered, as well as be activated/deactivated individually.
  • Fully integrated with EDIBON SCADA control software.
  • Supervising unexpected conditions.
  • Alarms and warnings for extreme operating conditions.
  • Includes specific EDIBON software, based on LabVIEW.
  • Completely safe: Thanks to the simulation, the equipment is always protected from damage.
  • Compatible with all EDIBON computer-controlled equipment, for each area.High teaching potential, particularly in the area of industrial maintenance.


Faults Simulation System (FSS) enables to safely reproduce signs of faults in the processes carried out by EDIBON teaching equipment. ,These faults are simulated, since the detected anomalies, indicating such faults, have been previously programmed and they only take place fictitiously. Therefore, real equipment is not damaged at any time.

The teaching objectives, of this teaching technique are as follows:

1. The identification of anomalies or signs of the faults detected in software.

2. The diagnosis of potential faults that may be causing the aforementioned anomalies.

3. The development of the appropriate corrective actions for the potential faults that have been diagnosed.

Therefore, this tool has a high teaching potential to train highly qualified professionals, with the ability to monitor and to keep real industrial processes operating as efficiently as possible.



Faults Simulation System has numerous potential applications, which represent a wide range of faults, including:

  1. Potential faults affecting the Data Acquisition System:
    1. Incorrect application of calibration. - Fluctuations in sensor measurements.
    2. Exchanged sensor measurements.
    3. Non-linearity in sensor response.
  1. Potential faults affecting the Control System:
    1. Exchanged actuator response.
    2. Inverted actuator response.
    3. Reduced or cancelled actuator response.
    4. Reversing the response of automatic ON/OFF controls.
    5. Increasing or reducing the closed-loop system response with an automatic PID controller regarding the desired response.
    6. Cancelling the response of different types of automatic control.