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SINUMERIK 810D/840Di/840D SINUMERIK PCU Basesoftware (IM6)
SINUMERIK 810D/840Di/840D
SINUMERIK
PCU Basesoftware (IM6)
Commissioning Manual
Valid for: Software PCU Basesoftware Version 7.6
10/2006
6FC5397-0DP10-0BA0
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Commissioning a system
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Configuring the system
Installing software and
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network operation
Backing up and Restoring
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Data
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   Summary of Contents for Siemens SINUMERIK 810D

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    ______________ Commissioning a system SINUMERIK 810D/840Di/840D SINUMERIK PCU Basesoftware (IM6) ______________ Configuring the system Installing software and ______________ network operation SINUMERIK 810D/840Di/840D Backing up and Restoring ______________ Data SINUMERIK PCU Basesoftware (IM6) Commissioning Manual Valid for: Software PCU Basesoftware Version 7.6...

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    Trademarks All names identified by ® are registered trademarks of the Siemens AG. The remaining trademarks in this publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Commissioning a system ........................1-1 Delivery condition of the system ....................1-1 1.1.1 Hard disk partitions ........................1-2 1.1.2 System settings.......................... 1-3 User administration ........................1-5 1.2.1 Which users are set up? ......................1-5 1.2.2 Change service user ........................1-6 1.2.3 Global user settings ........................

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    Table of contents Settings for network drives....................... 3-12 Network operation with the Service desktop................3-18 3.3.1 Installing and authorizing SIMATIC STEP 7 ................3-19 3.3.2 Authorizing SIMATIC STEP 7 via the Service menu ............... 3-21 Backing up and Restoring Data ......................4-1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection.............

  • Page 5: Commissioning A System

    Commissioning a system Delivery condition of the system Overview The high-performance SINUMERIK PCU 50 features interfaces for communication via Ethernet and PROFIBUS DP/MPI, leaving the integrated slots free for other tasks. The USB port at the back of the device provides "hot plug and play" functionality for a standard PC keyboard and mouse.

  • Page 6: Hard Disk Partitions

    Commissioning a system 1.1 Delivery condition of the system 1.1.1 Hard disk partitions Division of the hard disk The hard disk is divided into a primary partition C and an extended partition containing the three logical drives D, E and F. Partitions C and D work with FAT16 file access and drives E and F with NTFS file access.

  • Page 7: System Settings

    Commissioning a system 1.1 Delivery condition of the system Notice All of the applications must be exclusively installed on USER (F:); even if these applications have a different drive set as the default drive in their installation path. The names EMERGENCY, TMP, SYSTEM, USER must not be changed; otherwise the "ServiceCenter"...

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    Operator auduser SUNRISE Service user System administrator siemens ***** System administrator Starting ServiceCenter Using this link on the service desktop, you can start the service center users. In service center users, the boot up behavior of the PCU is globally set for all users or individual users.

  • Page 9: User Administration

    Commissioning a system 1.2 User administration User administration 1.2.1 Which users are set up? Overview The users are managed in the "ServiceCenter Users", so that the commissioner/service user no longer has to make corresponding settings directly in the registry. The preset users are: ●...

  • Page 10: Change Service User

    Windows with local administrator rights. Only this user has sufficient user rights to make the entries in his user-specific branch of the registry. The service user is registered by the following registry entries: Reference Default HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens\SINUMERIK\Basesoftware\<version>\HMIManager HMIUserName Entry <user name> (STRING) auduser...

  • Page 11: Global User Settings

    Commissioning a system 1.2 User administration 1.2.3 Global user settings Principle of passing on In the "ServiceCenter Users", set the following responses under "Users" → "Global Settings": ● Boot up behavior of the PCU ● Start the HMI program ● Behavior in service mode The settings that are made for users under "Global Settings"...

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    Commissioning a system 1.2 User administration Startup: Selection Effect Bitmap folder: - None - Directory with boot screens Default bitmap folder: F:\hmi_adv\ib\DATA\default Directory containing default boot screens Installing: "yes" (default) Installation privilege exists during boot up "no" No installation privilege Install veto dialog: "no"...

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    Commissioning a system 1.2 User administration Note If you press the "Reboot" button, the system immediately reboots (without prior prompting). Use "Exit" to end the ServiceCenter Users. Service dialogs during boot up The following dialogs are shown during boot up: ●...

  • Page 14: Specific User Settings

    Commissioning a system 1.2 User administration Figure 1-4 Service Logon Dialog 1.2.4 Specific user settings Passing on settings The settings that are made for users under "Global Settings" are passed on to the respective user. Example: "operator" After the password is entered, the settings can be user-specifically adapted. The settings that cannot be changed are displayed with a grey background.

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    Commissioning a system 1.2 User administration Figure 1-5 User settings for the "operator" PCU Basesoftware (IM6) 1-11 Commissioning Manual, 10/2006, 6FC5397-0DP10-0BA0...

  • Page 16: Boot Up Behavior Of The Pcu

    Commissioning a system 1.3 Boot up behavior of the PCU Boot up behavior of the PCU 1.3.1 Boot up of the PCU: no HMI program installed Requirement No HMI program is installed during the PCU boot up. Ramp-up phase Figure 1-6 PCU bootup diagram (without HMI program) PCU Basesoftware (IM6) 1-12...

  • Page 17: Boot Up Of The Pcu: Hmi Program Already Installed

    Commissioning a system 1.3 Boot up behavior of the PCU Explanations: ● If installation programs (such as HMI Advanced) are present in directory D:\Install, you will be prompted during the first boot up as to whether the installation procedure should be started.

  • Page 18: Bios Settings

    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings Explanations: ● If the HMI program is already installed, the PCU boots up and the HMI program is started (default). ● During the boot up, there is a time interval for pressing key <3> when the version information appears on the lower right of the background screen.

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    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings Figure 1-8 BIOS Main Menu (Example) BIOS setup: Defaults The following system parameters are pre-stored on a PCU with 10 GB hard disk when it is shipped: Menu: Main System parameters Defaults Custom entries System Time hh:mm:ss System Date...

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    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings Keyboard features Numlock Key click Disabled Keyboard auto-repeat rate 30 / sec Keyboard auto-repeat delay ½ sec Hardware Options PCI MPI/DP Enabled On-board Ethernet Enabled Ethernet address 08 00 06 xx xx xx LAN Remote Boot Enabled Cardbus/PCMCIA slot Enabled...

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    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings PCI Configuration Option ROM scan Enabled Enable master Enabled Latency timer 0040h PCI device slot 3 Option ROM scan Enabled Enable master Enabled Latency timer 0040h PCI device slot 4 Option ROM scan Enabled Enable master Enabled Latency timer...

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    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings Menu: Security System parameters Defaults Custom entries Supervisor password is Disabled User password is Disabled Set user password Enter Set supervisor password Enter Password on boot Disabled Fixed disk boot sector Standard Floppy disk drive access Supervisor Menu: Power System parameters...

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    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings Menu: Exit Exit Saving Changes Save changes on exit Exit Discarding Changes Discard changes on exit Load Setup Defaults Load Setup defaults Discard Changes Discard changes Save Changes Save changes Changing BIOS settings Once additional components have been installed or attached, it may be the case that the system has to be informed of this via the BIOS setup: 1.

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    Commissioning a system 1.4 BIOS settings PCU Basesoftware (IM6) 1-20 Commissioning Manual, 10/2006, 6FC5397-0DP10-0BA0...

  • Page 25: Configuring The System

    Configuring the system Service menu functions (DOS function) Functions - overview The Service menu offers: ● Functions for installing/updating the HMI system software ● Functions for saving/restoring data The following functions are available in the Service menu: Main menu Function Install/Update SINUMERIK System: Installation and addition to or updating of the SINUMERIK system Install from Floppy Disk Install via Serial/Parallel Line: Serial connection/parallel connection...

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    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) Main menu Function Change Install Directory Install from (network drive), if set up Back to previous menu REBOOT: Restart of the system Return to Main Menu: Back to main menu SINUMERIK Tools and Options: Load additional tools and enable options. Activate STEP7 for PCU Return to Main Menu: Back to main menu DOS Shell: Call the DOS command interpreter, drive C:\ is displayed, type "EXIT"...

  • Page 27: Parameterizing The Service Menu (dos)

    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) Main menu Function Back to previous Menu Switch to other version of GHOST Back to previous Menu: Return to previous menu Partitions Backup/Restore with Ghost: Back up partition contents of C:, E:, F: to D: or copy from D: back to C:, E:, F:.

  • Page 28: Operating The Main Menu

    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) Calling the Recovery Console During system boot, select the third hidden menu entry in the Boot Manager, below the "SINUMERIK" menu entry. Starting Windows Recovery Console is displayed. Please refer to the original MS literature for more details. 2.1.2 Operating the main menu Operating the main menu...

  • Page 29: Setting The Sinumerik Hmi Environment

    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) 2.1.3 Setting the SINUMERIK HMI environment Restoring the original HMI environment The HMI environment is set to its original delivery condition. The content of the following directories is saved prior to this: ●...

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    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) Restoring the current HMI environment The original HMI environment setting is undone, that is, the contents of the saved directories are reloaded. Procedure While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again): 1.

  • Page 31: Starting Dos Shell And Checking The Software Version

    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) 2.1.4 Starting DOS shell and checking the software version Starting DOS shell While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again): 1. Select the Service menu [hidden menu entry] in the Boot Manager. 2.

  • Page 32: Starting The Service Desktop

    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) 2.1.5 Starting the service desktop Purpose On the next ramp-up, the Service desktop (Windows) will start instead of the HMI system software. Procedure While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again): 1.

  • Page 33: Checking The Hard Disk

    Configuring the system 2.1 Service menu functions (DOS function) 2.1.6 Checking the hard disk Purpose All partitions (C:, D:, E:, F:) on the hard disk are checked. Procedure While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again) 1.

  • Page 34: Configuring The Operator Interface

    2.2.1 Storage location of HMI boot screen Default setting The Siemens boot screens are stored under the path below on the appropriate PCU, e.g., for the SINUMERIK 840D controller: F:\hmi_adv\ib\DATA\0\0\<Auflösung>\0_0.bmp A directory tree can also be created for manufacturer-specific boot screens. The manufacturer’s screens can then be saved in accordance with the schematic below:...

  • Page 35: Displaying Your Own Boot Screen

    A background pattern for the service desktop is not set via the "Control Panel" (system control), but in the registry: ● Background pattern: Key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens\SINUMERIK\Basic software\ <version>\HMI desktop Value: Pattern (STRING) Date: <bit code>” (e.g., “0 80 114 32 0 5 39 2”, see HKCU\Control Panel\Patterns) “(None)”...

  • Page 36: User-specific Settings During Boot Up

    Configuring the system 2.3 User-specific settings during boot up Note An attempt to set the service desktop background (as in standard Windows) via the Control Panel does not affect the service desktop background display, but only the boot screen display. User-specific settings during boot up Overview If an HMI program, e.g., HMI Advanced, is to be started following booting, the settings and...

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    Windows when the service desktop is opened. This start in parallel to the HMI program can be configured. If the programs to be started are located in the Windows directories of E:\Documents and Settings, the following registry entry must be set: Key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens\SINUMERIK\Basic software\ <version>\HMI Manager Value: StartSINHMIStartupDirsPrograms (DWORD) Date:...

  • Page 38: Starting Service Des Ktop During Boot Up

    Configuring the system 2.3 User-specific settings during boot up 2.3.2 Starting service des ktop during boot up Filtering keys The keystroke sequences and function keys that are pressed simultaneously are filtered as a function of the configuration in file: E:\Windows\System.ini Filtering keystroke sequences: Section: MMC103Keyb...

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    This behavior can be changed by making an entry in the registry. The following settings can be saved via this registry entry: ● Positions of open windows ● Size and position of the task bar ● Moving and deleting links Key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens\SINUMERIK\Basic software\ <version>\HMI Manager Value: SaveSINDesktopSettings (DWORD) Date: 1 (the settings are saved) or...

  • Page 40: Starting Oem Programs

    D:\$$Base.log. Output in log file The output is controlled by registry values: ● Type of information The type of information to be output is set via registry value “HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens\SINUMERIK\Basic software\<version>\HMI Manager\InfoLevel”: PCU Basesoftware (IM6) 2-16 Commissioning Manual, 10/2006, 6FC5397-0DP10-0BA0...

  • Page 41: Pcu With Sitop Ups Module

    InfoLevel <= 3 is treated as InfoLevel == 3) ● Outputting information to the screen Whether the information is also to be displayed on the screen (as well as being output to the log file) is set via registry value 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Siemens\SINUMERIK\Basic software\<version>\HMI Manager\ShowInfo': ShowInfo (DWORD)

  • Page 42: Starting And Configuring The Sitop Monitor

    ● HMI Advanced, V06.03.14 or higher ● SITOP software, V2.5.2.4 or higher is installed: SITOP software is available for download from: www.ad.siemens.de/sitop ● SITOP monitor/configuration program is installed: To enable this, the SITOP software must be copied to the E:\SITOP directory set up on the PCU 50.

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    Configuring the system 2.4 PCU with SITOP UPS module General settings The following settings must be made in the SITOP monitor configuration dialogue box: ● Parameterization of the interface: For module with USB port ● Parameterization of the change action: The monitoring window display must be deselected, as this function can lead to sporadic faults on the HMI operator interface.

  • Page 44: Configuration Of The Sitop Ups Module

    Configuring the system 2.4 PCU with SITOP UPS module 2.4.2 Configuration of the SITOP UPS module Buffering parameterization The UPS module can be used to select whether buffering should be completed after a predetermined period of time or not until the accumulator’s lowest discharge threshold (= maximum buffer time) has been reached.

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    Configuring the system 2.4 PCU with SITOP UPS module Required settings on the UPS module (serial interface) On - Off Cut-in threshold +22V fixed +0.5V ° ° End-of-charge voltage +0.5V +26.3 V fixed +0.2V +0.2V +0.1V 0.35A / 0.7A Charging current On - Off Set time/max.

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    Configuring the system 2.4 PCU with SITOP UPS module “Fixed buffer time” mode In this mode, the UPS module always buffers for the pre-selected, fixed period of time. It is not possible to synchronize the UPS module with the operating system shutdown. Required settings on the UPS module On - Off Cut-in threshold...

  • Page 47: Configuration For Exiting The Hmi

    Configuring the system 2.4 PCU with SITOP UPS module 2.4.3 Configuration for exiting the HMI HMI monitoring Exiting of the HMI advanced is monitored by a separate application, hmiexit.exe. This application is started implicitly via the shutdown.bat batch file. In case of error, the application forces the operating system to shut down.

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    Configuring the system 2.4 PCU with SITOP UPS module PCU Basesoftware (IM6) 2-24 Commissioning Manual, 10/2006, 6FC5397-0DP10-0BA0...

  • Page 49: Installing Software And Network Operation

    Installing software and network operation Overview This chapter describes how to install and update additional software based on the preinstalled Windows XP PCU Basesoftware. The description below is based on the delivery condition of the hardware and software components. The Service menu and the Service desktop are both important tools. Installing software and software update 3.1.1 Installing an upgrade or Service Pack...

  • Page 50: Silently" Installing An Upgrade Or Service Pack

    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update The behavior of the setup is controlled via the OpFile.txt control file. This is contained in the (temporary) setup directory as standard. The control parameters are set for "silent" installation per default.

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    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update NagsAway.exe should be started before Setup.exe is called. It requires the NagsAway.ini configuration file, which is stored in the same directory as NagsAway.exe and contains the following: [General] Interval=100 WindowCaption=...

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    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update ControlCaption=Finish WinSubCheck=0 CtlSubCheck=0 Subsetup of a frame setup The OpFile.txt control file is also stored in the setup directory along with Setup.exe. The relevant control parameter in the OpFile.txt control file of the setup directory is already set for silent installation as standard: [SETUPREQUESTS] SetupMode = Batch...

  • Page 53: Installation With Fat16 Data File Structure

    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update 3.1.3 Installation with FAT16 data file structure Requirements You will need a PC or a PG with a CD-ROM drive. INTERSVR is used on the external PG/PC to transfer the software to the PCU. It can only be operated under DOS/Windows 3.11/Windows 95/Windows 98 if the PG/PC has a hard disk partition with a FAT16 data file structure (not FAT32!).

  • Page 54: Installation With Fat32 Data File Structure

    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update 5. Switch on PCU. While the PCU is booting (after switching the controller off and then on again): 6. Select the "Service menu" [hidden menu entry] in the Boot Manager. The main menu is displayed: 7.

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    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update Requirements You will need a PC or a PG with a CD-ROM drive. You will also need a full keyboard on the PCU. The supplied CD-ROM containing the system software is also required for installation. This method must be used if your PC/PG only has partitions with a FAT32 data file structure.

  • Page 56: Installation Via Network Connection

    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update 3.1.5 Installation via network connection Overview This function transfers the HMI software to be installed to D:\INSTALL on the PCU. The actual installation is carried out by Windows on the next booting, provided the software includes an exe file, e.g., "setup.exe".

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    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update PLEASE SELECT 1 Manage Network Drives 4 Change Install Directory 9 Back to Previous Menu Your Choice [1, 4, 9]? 5. Select option 1 to specify the settings for a network connection. A screenform containing the detailed network functions is opened: PLEASE SELECT 1 Connect to Network Drives...

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    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update The connection data for the PG/PC are displayed: Machine Name: PCU_1_Name User Name: auduser Transport Protocol: NETBEUI Logon to domain: No Connect Network Drive (last): G: (\\r3344\HMINEW) PLEASE SELECT 1 Connect to Network Drives 2 Show connected Network Drives 3 Disconnect from all Network Drives...

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    Installing software and network operation 3.1 Installing software and software update Changing the installation directory on the connected drive If the software to be installed is located in a subdirectory of the shared directory, you can change the installation directory as follows. 1.

  • Page 60: Settings For Network Drives

    Installing software and network operation 3.2 Settings for network drives Note Several installation directories can be set to enable an operator setup to be executed automatically. Installation directories are the “Install” subdirectories, which are listed in the SetupDirs section of the E:\Windows\System32\HMIServe.ini parameters file. The key names contained within a section of the E:\Windows\System32\HMIServe.ini parameters file must be unique.

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    Installing software and network operation 3.2 Settings for network drives 2. Enter the letter of the PCU drive from which the connection must be accessed (e.g., "G"). --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Letter for Network Drive: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Enter the computer name of the PG/PC and the name of the directory (share name) that you wish to access.

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    Installing software and network operation 3.2 Settings for network drives 3 Disconnect from all Network Drives Press any key to continue ... All network connections are terminated. 4 Change Network Settings The following submenu appears: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Change Machine Name (for DOS-Net only) 2 Change User name 3 Toggle Protocol (NETBEUI or TCP/IP) 4 Toggle logon to domain (Yes or No)

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    Installing software and network operation 3.2 Settings for network drives Your choice [1, 2, 3, 4, 9]? HINT: This change is temporary for the DOS net only! On the next Windows start, this Machine Name is reset to the Windows Machine Name. If you want to set the Machine Name permanently, please use "Change Machine Name (for Windows and DOS net)"...

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    Installing software and network operation 3.2 Settings for network drives If you have toggled to TCP/IP, the expanded Change Network Settings screenform displays an additional point 6 Change TCP/IP settings, if TCP/IP has been set as the current protocol. Screenform to toggle from TCPIP → NETBEUI, connection already established: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CURRENT NETWORK SETTINGS: Machine Name: PCUXXXXXXX...

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    Installing software and network operation 3.2 Settings for network drives 6 Change TCP/IP settings The following suboptions are offered for the TCP/IP protocol: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Toggle "Get IP Addresses" (automatically or manually) 2 Change IP Address 3 Change Subnetmask 4 Change Gateway 5 Domain Name Server 6 Change DNS Extension 9 Back to previous menu...

  • Page 66: Network Operation With The Service Desktop

    DNS has access to the correct computer/IP address assignment, nothing has to be entered here. 6 Change DNS Extension The extension of the Domain Name Server is entered here, e.g. SIEMENS.COM Exiting the menu When you exit the menu, you are prompted to confirm whether you want to save the network connection parameter settings.

  • Page 67: Installing And Authorizing Simatic Step 7

    SIMATIC STEP 7 V5.3 SP2 can also be installed on the PCU. Delivery item: SIMATIC STEP 7 V5.3 SP2 Components: SIMATIC STEP 7 V5.3 SP2 and Add-on for SINUMERIK 810D/840D/840D sl/840Di sl Type of delivery: 2 installation CDs System requirements: PCU basic software V8.0 or higher A network connection or a connection to a CD-ROM drive is required.

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    Installing software and network operation 3.3 Network operation with the Service desktop Note The “MPI driver” package available on the PCU is part of the HMI software and must not be uninstalled! Installation under Windows XP You must follow the installation sequence described here! 1.

  • Page 69: Authorizing Simatic Step 7 Via The Service Menu

    Installing software and network operation 3.3 Network operation with the Service desktop 3.3.2 Authorizing SIMATIC STEP 7 via the Service menu Requirements The SIMATIC STEP 7 V5.3 SP2 software for SINUMERIK hardware is already installed. Operator action While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again): 1.

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    Installing software and network operation 3.3 Network operation with the Service desktop PCU Basesoftware (IM6) 3-22 Commissioning Manual, 10/2006, 6FC5397-0DP10-0BA0...

  • Page 71: Backing Up And Restoring Data

    Backing up and Restoring Data Application The entire contents of hard disks can be saved as a disk image using the Norton Ghost utility. These disk images can be stored on various data carriers and the data restored to the hard disk at a later date.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection Operator actions While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again) 1. Select the "Service menu" [hidden menu entry] in the Boot Manager. The main menu is displayed: 2.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection "Optional" start The following steps are only applicable if you wish to change the default settings. Here you can set the interface type, the network connection, the backup image path, and the backup image split mode.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection <name>.gho <name>.001 <name>.002 <name>..5. Return to the previous menu: Press key <9>: Back to previous Menu Prompt: Save GHOST parameters? Answer Yes. "Optional" end The following steps are always applicable: Backing up the hard disk You can now start the transfer: 1.

  • Page 75: Restoring The Pcu Hard Disk From The Pg/pc Hard Disk

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection 4. Disconnecting connected network drives: You can terminate all connections to the PG/PC. 4.1.2 Restoring the PCU hard disk from the PG/PC hard disk Figure 4-2 Restoring hard-disk content Requirements ●...

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection Your Choice [1, 4, 5, 9]? 1. Select option 1. The following menu is displayed: PLEASE SELECT: 1 Configure GHOST Parameters 2 Harddisk Backup to <Path>, Mode ... 3 Harddisk Restore from <Path>, Mode ...

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection "Optional" start The following steps are only applicable if you wish to change the default settings. Here you can set the interface type, the network connection, the backup image path, and the backup image split mode.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection "Optional" end The following steps are always applicable: Restore contents of hard disk 1. Press key <3>: Harddisk Restore from <path name>, Mode LOCAL Selecting this option opens the following menu: For partitioning the disk it's important to know the SYSTEM BASE of the imaged configuration.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection 5. On first commissioning or restore only (selected automatically with Ghost or Restore): Select "1 Configure GHOST Parameters" in the menu Set the PCU network name If your machine is part of a NETWORK, it needs a machine name that is unique in the overall network.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection ● Enter name yourself: <1 Input Machine Name MANUALLY > An input screen is displayed in which you enter the new 10-character name. On pressing Enter to confirm, the name is changed in the system. Default name: PCUxxxxxxx [10 characters].

  • Page 81: Commissioning A Replacement Hard Disk

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection Boot: The system must be booted following a successful restore process. Notice If the restore process was interrupted, the system on the hard disk will be incomplete. In this situation, a boot diskette with Norton Ghost and the network software is required.

  • Page 82

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.1 Backing up/restoring data with an Ethernet connection Operations: 1. Install the replacement hard disk in the PCU (installation guide is supplied with new hard disk): – Insert the hard disk into the hinges. – Insert the connecting cable between hard disk and PCU. –...

  • Page 83: Backing Up And Restoring Pcu Partitions Locally

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 9. The Norton Ghost message window appears on the PCU: – display of the transfer progress – display of the paths used – details of the aggregates to be transferred. Note If the data transfer is interrupted during the restore process, the system on the hard disk will be incomplete.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally Figure 4-4 Partition data restore from drive TEMP (D:) Restoring partition E (Windows) A local backup image can also be used to restore only partition E: (Windows) (Windows) if required.

  • Page 85: Backing Up Partitions

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 4.2.1 Backing up partitions Figure 4-6 Partition data backup to drive TEMP (D:) Operator action While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again) 1.

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    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 4. Press key <4>. The following menu is displayed: PLEASE SELECT 1 Configure GHOST Parameters 2 Partitions Backup, Mode LOCAL 3 Partitions Restore, Mode LOCAL 4 Partition E (only Windows) Restore, Mode LOCAL 8 Delete Image 9 Back to previous Menu...

  • Page 87: Restoring Partitions

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 3. Press key < 9 > Back to previous Menu: Return to the previous menu "Optional" end The following steps are always applicable: 1. Press key < 2 >: Partitions Backup, Mode LOCAL You are prompted for the name under which the new local backup image is to be stored, e.g., BACKUP1.

  • Page 88

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally PLEASE SELECT 1 Harddisk Backup/Restore with GHOST 4 Partitions Backup/Restore with GHOST (locally) 5 ADDM Backup/Restore 9 Back to Main Menu Your Choice [1, 4, 5, 9]? 4.

  • Page 89: Restoring Partition E: (windows) On The Pcu

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 6. Select the backup image you require. On confirming your choice, the warning "All data will be overwritten" is displayed and restoration of the chosen backup image to partitions C:, E: and F: is started. On completion of the partition data restore, the message "Restore finished"...

  • Page 90

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally The following menu is displayed: PLEASE SELECT 1 Configure GHOST Parameters 2 Partitions Backup, Mode LOCAL 3 Partitions Restore, Mode LOCAL 4 Partition E (only Windows) Restore, Mode LOCAL 8 Delete Image 9 Back to previous Menu...

  • Page 91: Deleting The Backup Image

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 4.2.4 Deleting the backup image Operator action While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again) 1. Select the "Service menu" [hidden menu entry] in the Boot Manager. The main menu is displayed: 2.

  • Page 92: Defining An Emergency Backup Image

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 5. Press key <8>: Delete Image From the list of available backup images, select the one you wish to delete. The system asks you whether you really want to delete the image. Confirm with "Y"...

  • Page 93

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally PLEASE SELECT 1 Configure GHOST Parameters 2 Partitions Backup, Mode LOCAL 3 Partitions Restore, Mode LOCAL 4 Partition E (only Windows) Restore, Mode LOCAL 8 Delete Image 9 Back to previous Menu Your Choice [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9]? 5.

  • Page 94: Restoring The Emergency Backup On Partition E

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.2 Backing up and restoring PCU partitions locally 7. Choose the backup image you require, e.g., "Data backup2". The code "EMERG" for the current emergency backup image is displayed against the chosen backup image: PLEASE SELECT EMERGENCY IMAGE: 1 PCU basic software V06.00.02 Win NT 4.0 [02-01-2000: 05:32:32pm] 2 Data backup1 by Hugo...

  • Page 95: Backing Up/restoring Data With A Tcu Configuration

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.3 Backing up/restoring data with a TCU configuration Operator action While the PCU is ramping up (after switching the controller off and then on again) 1. Select the "Service menu" [hidden menu entry] in the Boot Manager. The main menu is displayed: 2.

  • Page 96

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.3 Backing up/restoring data with a TCU configuration Figure 4-9 ServiceCenter Selection Backup/Restore a local Partition Image Select this option to create or restore an image of one or more partitions locally on partition “Next >” opens the next selection box: where you can select partitions C, E or F individually. If you wish to save the backup and restore it later, we recommend that you create a complete image (C, E and F).

  • Page 97

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.3 Backing up/restoring data with a TCU configuration A connection is established using the “Ghost Cast Client” Ghost software (with a 1:1 connection, for example). To implement this, licensed Ghost software must be installed on the target drive.

  • Page 98

    Backing up and Restoring Data 4.3 Backing up/restoring data with a TCU configuration Image Organizer Select this option to mark out one image contained in the displayed list as the emergency image, or to delete an existing image. ADDM Backup/Restore Select this option to create or restore an image of the ADDM (A &...

  • Page 99: Index

    Index Disk image, 4-25 Domain name server, 2-1 server, 3-19 Action log log file, 4-28 DOS shell, 2-7 Activating the firewall, 1-4 ADDM (A&D data management), 4-28 Emergency backup, 4-24 Emergency backup image, 4-22 Backing up partitions, 4-13, 4-15 Emergency image, 4-25 Backing up/restoring data, 4-1 Enabling the log, 2-16 Backup battery, 2-17...

  • Page 100

    Index SITOP Monitor Configure, 2-18 Mains-fed operation, 3-18 Parameterizing, 2-19 Manage Network Drives, 2-1 Software components, 1-1 Starting OEM programs, 2-16 System settings, 1-3 Partition image, 4-25 Delivery condition, 1-1 TCP/IP IP address, 1-3 Communication, 1-3 Name (default setting), 1-3 Settings, 3-17 PCU network name, 4-9 Toggle protocol, 2-1...

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Sinumerik 840di, Sinumerik 840d

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