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Introduction to Configuring (PSE)
1 Introduction
Configuring data
Standard
user areas
Application
user area
Compiling
Linking
Testing the
configured user
interface
PSE/1-10
Configuring data is the term used to describe the compilable, linkable and thus
interpretable user interface description created with the help of the OP 030
Development Kit, MMC/HMI Screen Kit, this documentation and the OP 030
configuring macros.
The readable form of the data is stored in *.C files. The form which is
processable by the OP 030 system is stored in the proj.dat (sl.dat) file in
OP 030.
Reference:
/PJE/, HMI Embedded Configuring Package
The user interface and the configuration data are organized in two groups: the
standard user areas and the application user areas.
For the OP 030 the configuration lists for these two areas are stored in different
directories.
OP 030 only:
SIEMENS supplies the standard user areas both on the OP 030 and, in source
form, in the Development Kit.
These standard user areas can be customized by the machine tool
manufacturer. It should be remembered when customizing the standard user
areas that these areas are supplied again on the next system update.
Reference:
/FBO/, BA, SINUMERIK OP 030 Operator's Guide
MMC 100/HMI Embedded only:
The standard user areas are not supplied in source form and therefore cannot
be customized by the machine manufacturer.
The machine tool manufacturer has the option of extending or replacing part or
all of the standard user areas with his own application user area.
Configuration files (*.C files) created by the machine tool manufacturer are
converted into binary format (*.OBJ) or library format (*.LIB) with the aid of a
compiler.
Reference:
/FBO/, EU, Development Kit
/PJE/, HMI Embedded Configuring Package
The linking process combines the binary configuration data of the standard
user areas and application user areas.
Reference:
/FBO/, EU, Development Kit
/PJE/, HMI Embedded Configuring Package
The user interface generated with the Development Kit can be tested on a PC
in simulation mode.
The final test, however, must be performed on the hardware.
SINUMERIK 840D/810D Configuring the OP 030 Operator Interface (FBO) – 09.01 Edition
© Siemens AG, 2001. All rights reserved
09.01

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