Summary of Contents for Siemens INOX PRO SIMATIC IPC277D
___________________ SIMATIC IPC277D 19" INOX PRO, Preface SIMATIC IFP1900 INOX PRO ___________________ Overview ___________________ SIMATIC Safety instructions ___________________ Replacing the seal of the compartment cover Industrial PC, Industrial monitor SIMATIC IPC277D 19" INOX PRO, ___________________ SIMATIC IFP1900 INOX PRO Extended maintenance work ___________________ Accessories and spare parts Service Manual...
Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
Preface Validity This document applies to the following devices in combination with the Compact Operating Instructions of the same name: ● SIMATIC IPC277D 19" INOX PRO, article numbers 6AV7484-4AB00-xxxx ● SIMATIC IFP1900 Touch INOX PRO, article numbers 6AV7484-6AB00-xxxx "xxxx" stands for the variant key of the article number. Conventions The term "device"...
Table of contents Preface ..............................3 Overview ..............................5 Safety instructions ..........................6 Replacing the seal of the compartment cover ..................7 Extended maintenance work ........................9 Overview ..........................10 Opening the device and loosening cables ................12 Replacing the seal of the rear panel ..................14 Replacing operator controls ....................
Overview The INOX PRO devices are equipped with operator controls on the front and are intended for "stand mounting" or "support arm mounting". ① ⑤ Illuminated pushbutton "left" with green LED Terminal compartment cover with seal ② ⑥ Illuminated pushbutton "right" with red LED Rear panel with seal ③...
Injuries or material damage may result if the work is not carried out correctly. The maintenance work described in the Service Manual may only be carried out by qualified specialist personnel who have been trained correspondingly by Siemens. WARNING IP66K degree of protection The device has IP66K degree of protection when it is closed.
Replacing the seal of the compartment cover WARNING IP66K degree of protection The device has IP66K degree of protection when it is closed. If the terminal compartment seal is not inserted correctly or if the terminal compartment is not closed properly, IP66K degree of protection is no longer guaranteed.
Replacing the seal of the compartment cover 1. Remove the six screws of the terminal compartment cover. 2. Remove the terminal compartment cover. CAUTION Do not drop the terminal compartment cover Dropping the terminal compartment cover may result in minor injuries or damages to the device.
The work described in the service manual may only be carried out by qualified specialist personnel who have been trained correspondingly by Siemens. WARNING After opening the device, you must replace the seal of the rear panel The device has IP66K degree of protection when it is closed.
Extended maintenance work 4.1 Overview NOTICE Electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD) The device includes electrostatic sensitive devices. When you touch electrostatic sensitive devices, you can destroy them through voltages that are far below the human perception threshold. When you open the device you must take appropriate ESD measures, for example: •...
Extended maintenance work 4.1 Overview Flowchart Perform the maintenance work according to the following flowchart: SIMATIC IPC277D 19" INOX PRO, SIMATIC IFP1900 INOX PRO Service Manual, 03/2015, A5E35751762-AA...
Extended maintenance work 4.2 Opening the device and loosening cables Opening the device and loosening cables Requirement ● The device has been removed from the stand or support arm. ● The connection cables have been removed from the device interfaces. ●...
Extended maintenance work 4.2 Opening the device and loosening cables 4. Loosen the plug of the LVDS display cable from the front electronic. To do so, press the two locking mechanisms (A) on the side of the plug and pull out the plug as shown in the figure below.
Extended maintenance work 4.3 Replacing the seal of the rear panel 7. Pull out the plug of the flat ribbon cable from the rear panel electronic as shown in the figure below. 8. Place all cables whose plugs you have removed on the rear panel and the front as shown in the figure below.
Extended maintenance work 4.3 Replacing the seal of the rear panel Procedure 1. Remove the seal from the front. 2. Insert the spare seal in the device front as shown in the figure. Make sure that the positioning tabs of the seal are fully inserted into the corresponding bore holes of the front.
Extended maintenance work 4.4 Replacing operator controls Replacing operator controls Note Repairs, when modules are defective The modules of the EMERGENCY OFF pushbutton and the illuminated pushbutton are not available as spare part. If one of the modules is defective, send in the device for repair. Tool required ●...
Extended maintenance work 4.4 Replacing operator controls Replacing the illuminated pushbutton Removing the illuminated pushbutton 1. Carefully turn the module of the illuminated pushbutton you want to remove to the right until it is upright. 2. Remove the module from the illuminated pushbutton.
Extended maintenance work 4.4 Replacing operator controls Installing the illuminated pushbutton Proceed in the reverse order of the section "Removing the illuminated pushbutton". 1. Insert the new illuminated pushbutton from the outside through the opening on the front. 2. Fasten the illuminated pushbutton with the associated nut, 1.5 Nm torque. 3.
Extended maintenance work 4.5 Changing the mounting type Changing the mounting type This section describes the conversion of a stand-mounted device into a support arm device. The conversion of a support arm device into a stand-mounted device takes place in the same manner.
Extended maintenance work 4.5 Changing the mounting type 5. Reposition the LVDS display cable, the touch cable and the BLI cable from the rear panel to the front as shown in the figure below. 6. Connect the plug of the flat ribbon cable with the rear panel electronic. Make sure that you do not reverse the polarity.
Extended maintenance work 4.6 Fastening the rear panel 8. Place the rear panel on the front, and carefully lower the rear panel as shown in the figures below. Make sure that you do not pinch the cables, especially the flat ribbon cable that is highlighted in the figure.
Extended maintenance work 4.6 Fastening the rear panel Procedure 1. Make sure that the seal is flush with the rear panel and does not protrude between rear panel and front. 2. Screw in the four screws in the corners of the rear panel about halfway as shown in the figure below.
Accessories and spare parts Accessories Mounting kit for stand mounting A mounting kit is available for stand mounting of the device. Mounting kit contents: ● 1 stainless steel tube with flange: Length 500 mm, outer diameter 48.3 mm, inner diameter 40 mm. The mechanical interface of the stainless steel tube with flange fits the mechanical interface of the device.
Accessories and spare parts Service pack 2, use only in combination with this service manual The service pack 2 contains: ● 1 spare seal for the rear panel of the device ● 4 spare screws for the rear panel of the device ●...
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