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SIMATIC Ident
Code Reader Systems
SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440
Operating Instructions
Edition
04/2013
Answers for industry.

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   Summary of Contents for Siemens SIMATIC MV440

  • Page 1 SIMATIC Ident Code Reader Systems SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions Edition 04/2013 Answers for industry.
  • Page 3 ___________________ SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Introduction ___________________ Safety notices ___________________ Description ___________________ Image processing SIMATIC Ident ___________________ Network and system interfacing ___________________ Code Reader Systems Installation SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 ___________________ Connecting ___________________ Commissioning Operating Instructions ___________________ Operator control and...
  • Page 4 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.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Introduction..............................9 Safety notices ............................13 Description............................... 15 Area of application ........................15 Product characteristics.........................17 Design of the SIMATIC MV420....................20 Design of the SIMATIC MV440....................21 Structure of the nameplate......................22 System components ........................23 System requirements ........................24 Functional description ........................25 Image processing ............................ 27 Reading code (1D and 2D codes) ....................27...
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Calibrating the reflectance ......................64 4.2.7 Formatted output of the verification .................... 65 4.2.8 Verification result......................... 67 4.2.8.1 Standard report for Siemens DPM....................68 4.2.8.2 Standard report for ISO/IEC 16022..................... 69 4.2.8.3 Standard report for ISO/IEC 15415..................... 70 4.2.8.4 Standard report for AS9132, Rev A .................... 71 4.2.8.5...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Process interfacing via an automation system (PLC, PC)..............233 10.1 Integration via Onboard PROFINET IO ..................234 10.1.1 Configuration for using the Ident profile..................237 10.1.2 Configuration for using the FB 79 ....................238 10.1.3 Concept of device replacement ....................239 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ..........................330 10.9.2 Example 1: Program for interfacing the reader with a SIMATIC controller using FB79 ... 330 10.9.3 Example 2: Program for archiving diagnostic information on a PC/PG ........332 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    15.2 Accessories..........................370 15.2.1 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440..................370 15.2.1.1 Further accessories ........................370 15.2.1.2 External lighting units.........................371 15.2.1.3 SIMATIC MV440 and MV420 documentation package .............372 15.2.2 SIMATIC MV420 ........................374 15.2.2.1 Fittings for mounting ........................374 15.2.2.2 Reader lens..........................374 15.2.2.3 Protective tube ...........................376 15.2.2.4 Built-in ring light .........................377...
  • Page 10 Table of contents Appendix..............................397 Service & Support ........................397 Directives and declarations ....................... 399 ESD guidelines ............................401 List of abbreviations and acronyms......................403 Glossary ..............................407 Index..............................417 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    Security messages Note For its automation and drives product portfolio, Siemens provides IT security mechanisms to support secure operation of the plant/machine. Our products are continuously being further developed also taking into account the aspect of IT security. We therefore recommend that you regularly check for updates of our products and that you only use the latest versions.
  • Page 12 The screenshots shown in these Operating Instructions are based on the user interface display of SIMATIC MV440. Many parts of the user interface of SIMATIC MV420 are the same as those in SIMATIC MV440. Any functional differences are pointed out in the description.
  • Page 13 Remark V4.0 Editorial revision as regards content. 04/2011 Adjustment for new hardware Ultra-high resolution for SIMATIC MV440 • Power over Ethernet (PoE) for SIMATIC MV440 • Veri-Genius license • New ring lights for SIMATIC MV440 • IP67 protective lens cover •...
  • Page 14 We would point out that the contents of this product documentation shall not become a part of or modify any prior or existing agreement, commitment or legal relationship. The Purchase Agreement contains the complete and exclusive obligations of Siemens AG. Any statements contained in this documentation do not create new warranties or restrict the existing warranty.
  • Page 15: Safety Notices

    Siemens. This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up, and installed correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
  • Page 16 The generation of the 24 V DC supply voltage by the line-side power supply must be implemented as functional extra-low voltage with safe electrical isolation according (floating) to IEC 80364-4-41, or as SELV to IEC/EN/DlN EN 60950-1 and LPS/NEC class 2. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 17: Description

    This applies both to the mechanical properties and the high-quality image processing functions of all devices in the SIMATIC MV400 product family. SIMATIC MV440 can also verify the code quality of codes according to commonly applied standards. The reader calculates the quality of applied codes and therefore allows quality control of the marking process.
  • Page 18 If, however, readjustment becomes necessary, the parameters can be assigned using the integrated Web server and an Internet browser without prior software installation. As of release 04/2011, all SIMATIC MV440 readers can also be suppled by Power over Ethernet (PoE) which further simplifies installation.
  • Page 19: Product Characteristics

    ● Flexible reading of numerous fonts without time-consuming training ● Fast and reliable reading (up to 1 000 reads per minute) ● Plain text and up to 50 machine codes (SIMATIC MV440 UR: 150) read simultaneously ● Automatic text localization ●...
  • Page 20 ● With ASM 456 communications module for PROFIBUS DP/V1 ● With RF180C communications module for PROFINET ● With other Moby communications modules Power over Ethernet The following applies to all SIMATIC MV440 readers as of release 04/2011. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 21 ● Versatile HTML pages for monitoring the reader, for example in WinCC flexible. ● Extensive operator control and monitoring functions, even in processing mode ● Wide-ranging diagnostics and logging functions: – Error image memory – Event logging ● Firmware update ● System backup SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 22: Design Of The Simatic Mv420

    ⑥ Nameplate Housing SIMATIC MV420 ③ ⑦ Ethernet socket Internal lamp ④ Combined cable socket for the power supply, I/O connectors and RS- 232/MOBY-ASM Figure 3-1 Design of the SIMATIC MV420 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 23: Design Of The Simatic Mv440

    Description 3.4 Design of the SIMATIC MV440 Design of the SIMATIC MV440 The image below shows the SIMATIC MV440 reader. ① ⑤ LED display for operating mode ASM female connector ② ⑥ Protective lens cover ∅ 65 Combined cable socket for the power supply, I/O connectors and RS-232 ③...
  • Page 24: Structure Of The Nameplate

    Product version of the device ⑥ KC symbol Figure 3-3 Example of the SIMATIC MV440 nameplate Note A second MAC address is also reserved when the device supplied. This MAC address is the MAC address on the nameplate + 1.
  • Page 25: System Components

    Example of a typical system configuration with conveyor system (illustration showing SIMATIC MV440) Note While the SIMATIC MV440 has a separate ASM socket (middle socket in the figure), on the SIMATIC MV420 the ASM interface function is integrated in the power IO RS-232 socket. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 26: System Requirements

    3.7 System requirements System requirements Reader To equip an application with the SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 readers, you require the following hardware components: ● SIMATIC MV420 or SIMATIC MV440 basic unit ● Lens suitable for the code size and read distance (only for SIMATIC MV440) ●...
  • Page 27: Functional Description

    The trigger signal immediately triggers image acquisition followed by evaluation. The result of the evaluation is then transferred to the higher-level control system via the selected communications connection. Once the evaluation result has been transferred, reading can be started again. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 28 Scanner portal support If the ultra-high resolution of the SIMATIC MV440 UR reader means that the large field of view is not adequate for covering a transport path in a given application, multiple SIMATIC MV400 readers can be configured as the portal if the large is not enough The readers synchronize with each other.
  • Page 29: Image Processing

    ● GS1 Databar Expanded ● GS1 Databar Limited ● GS1 Databar Omnidirectional ● GS1 Databar Stacked ● Int. 2/5 (without checksum) ● Int. 2/5+CS (with checksum) ● Pharmacode ● Postnet ● UPC-A ● UPC-E SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 30: Applications For Two-dimensional Codes

    Below, you will find several examples of data matrix codes, QR codes, PDF417 codes, VeriCodes and DotCodes: Printed code Laser code (plastic surface) Laser code (pcb) Code created with an ink jet printer. Punched code Data Matrix ECC080 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 31 Image processing 4.1 Reading code (1D and 2D codes) Data Matrix ECC100 Data Matrix ECC140 Printed QR code Printed PDF417 code VeriCode DotCodes SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 32: Applications For One-dimensional Codes

    Image processing 4.1 Reading code (1D and 2D codes) 4.1.1.2 Applications for one-dimensional codes Codabar Code 32 Code 39 Code 93 Code 128 EAN 8 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 33 Image processing 4.1 Reading code (1D and 2D codes) EAN 13 Interleaved 2/5 GS1 Databar Expanded GS1 Databar Limited GS1 Databar Omnidirectional GS1 Databar Stacked SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 34: Performance Characteristics When Reading Codes

    VeriCode support only with activated VeriCode® license VeriCode is only supported by readers with an activated VeriCode® license. The license can be activated by entering a license key in the adjustment support. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 35 ● Large tolerance of background disturbances that cannot be described quantitatively ● Large tolerance of poor contrast conditions ● The reader reads codes with a maximum code dimension of 72 x 72 cells. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 36: Performance Characteristics When Reading Qualitatively Good Data Matrix Codes

    ● There are no or only a few foreign objects in the area of the code. ● There are no interference patterns (grooves, granularity) in the area of the code. ● Fluctuations in contrast are slight. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 37: Performance Characteristics When Reading Qr Codes

    ● The contrast between cells and the background must be approximately the same over the entire code field. ● The image background must have a homogeneous brightness, for example no texture such as stripes. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 38: Performance Characteristics When Reading Pdf417 Codes

    Due to the limited image resolution, codes can be read as follows: – with the SIMATIC MV440 SR reader up to 40 code rows and up to 6 code columns. – with the SIMATIC MV440 HR reader up to 60 code rows and up to 12 code columns.
  • Page 39: Performance Characteristics When Reading Dotcodes

    ● There are no or only a few foreign objects in the area of the code. ● There are no interference patterns (grooves, granularity) in the area of the code. ● Fluctuations in contrast are slight. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 40: Performance Characteristics When Reading One-dimensional Codes

    "Pharmacode (0°)" or "Pharmacode (180°)". ● Standard code generators allow a maximum of 63 bars for a Pharmacode. The integrated Pharmacode decoder is therefore also limited to maximum of 63 bars per code. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 41 ● The codes must be parallel to the axis (horizontal or vertical): Tolerance < ±5°. ● The print quality must be extremely good. ● The minimum quiet zone must be > 5.5 x the minimum bar width (1x width). See also Options (Page 207) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 42: Reading Multiple Codes In The Image

    Depending on the configuration, the actual number and the code types found in processing mode can vary. ● Due to the multiple decoding, the processing time is extended approximately proportional to the number of codes per image. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 43 With this function, you can record a one-dimensional code and a data matrix code on packaging with one image acquisition and output the read result of both codes in the same cycle. Figure 4-1 Example: Reading multiple codes in the image SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 44: Code Verification

    The verifier assigns a quality grade from 4 to 0 to the readable markings. This grade informs the marking device or operator when preventive maintenance is required. Based on this knowledge, maintenance can be planned at a suitable time before the machine actually becomes defective. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 45 Depending on the particular requirements, there are several test standards. Data matrix codes on labels can be tested with test systems according to ISO/IEC 16022. For directly marked parts, however, a verification tailored to this purpose is necessary. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 46: Grading

    Verifiers of the newer generations identify the value range numerically from 4 to 0 with 0 being the lowest quality level. With the verifiers of the SIMATIC MV440 series, the user can choose either of the quality grading systems.
  • Page 47: Verification Methods For Different Application Scenarios

    ISO/IEC 15415 or AS9132A should be used. Use AIM DPM-1-2006 for applications with demanding lighting conditions. In contrast to all other verification standards; automatic exposure control is performed here to optimally capture the code to be verified. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 48 For closed applications with a focus on checking the marking quality, Siemens DPM verification is the best choice. Siemens DPM verification can be configured very flexibly to be able to test markings applied with a variety of marking methods on different materials.
  • Page 49: Examples Of Defects In The Marking Quality

    Incorrect or non-uniform cell position in the marking Figure 4-6 Incorrect overall geometry of the marking Figure 4-7 Damaged surface of the marking or part Figure 4-8 Very little or non-uniform contrast in the marking SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 50: Verification Standards Supported

    Verification standards supported Note "Veri-Genius" only available for SIMATIC MV440 readers This option is available only for the SIMATIC MV440 readers. For productive use, you require a Veri license (order number 6GF3400-0SL02). ● The readers without a verification license support the following: –...
  • Page 51 4.2 Code verification Note Demo mode To evaluate the verification standards, the readers of the SIMATIC MV440 series support a demo mode. The demo mode is indicated in the "Task" drop-down list by the addition of "Demo". In the demo mode, remember the following restrictions: •...
  • Page 52: Data Matrix Verification

    4.2.4.1 Siemens DPM In Siemens DPM verification, the user can select the test parameters to be used and configure the levels "Good", "Fair" and "Poor" for every test parameter individually. The range of options for verification is ideal for process control in data matrix applications in which no public standard needs to be adhered to.
  • Page 53 Proportion of error correction information not used for correction of the read result. ● Angle of distortion: Difference between the two solid edges of the data matrix and the vertical edges measured in degrees. Assignment of the numeric grade of Siemens DPM to the quality levels Grade (abbreviation) Comment Cell size (CS_) ≥10...
  • Page 54: Iso/iec 16022

    >12% Print growth (PG_) ≤15% ≤21% ≤26% ≤30% >30% Absolute value for x and y Contrast (SC_) ≥70% ≥55% ≥40% ≥20% <20% Unused error correction (UEC) ≥62% ≥50% ≥37% ≥25% <25% SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 55: Iso/iec 15415

    ● Symbol contrast: Difference between the highest and lowest reflectance of the data matrix surface. ● Unused error correction: Proportion of error correction information not used for correction of the read result. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 56 Print growth Reference only, no grading X and Y Reference decode (RD_) pass fail Symbol contrast (SC_) ≥0.70 ≥0.55 ≥0.40 ≥0.20 <0.20 Unused error correction (UEC) ≥0.62 ≥0.50 ≥0.37 ≥0.25 <0.25 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 57: As9132 Rev. A

    ● Laser marking ● Electrochemical etched marking The readers of the SIMATIC MV440 series concentrate on the quality parameters of dot peen markings that are the most commonly used. Module fill and contrast are calculated as a reference but are not included in the overall grading.
  • Page 58 Reference only, no grading Ovality (OV_) C1<2% C2<2% C2>2% C1 and C2 are the numbers of modules with an ovality greater than 20% of the nominal module size Contrast Reference only, no grading SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 59: Aim Dpm-1-2006

    Proportion of error correction information not used for correction of the read result. ● Print growth: Positive or negative size ratio of the printed cells relative to the ideal grid. Calculated only as a reference. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 60 >0.75 Calculation different from ISO 15415 Minimum reflectance (RMI) ≥5% <5% Reference decode (RD_) pass fail Unused error correction (UEC) ≥62% ≥50% ≥37% ≥25% <25% Print growth Reference only, no grading SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 61: Graphical Support For Analysis Of Verification Errors

    The following information is displayed: ● The grid lines by which the cells are separated. ● The incorrectly marked cells (shown in red). ● The correctly marked cells (shown in green). Example SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 62: Barcode Verification

    The ratio is calculated for the element or the combination of elements that deviates most from the ideal dimension. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 63 ≥0.20 <0.20 Decodability (DEC) ≥0.62 ≥0.50 ≥0.38 ≥0.25 <0.25 Defects (DEF) ≤0.15 ≤0.20 ≤0.25 ≤0.30 >0.30 Modulation (MOD) ≥0.70 ≥0.60 ≥0.50 ≥0.40 <0.40 Quiet zone (QZ_) ≥10 < 10 modules modules SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 64: Calibration And Activating Verification

    After successful recalibration of an element of the verification library, all programs that reference this element can be used immediately. Siemens AG recommends that you operate the reader with its own lighting. You should also shield the reader and the code to be measured from the surrounding light.
  • Page 65: Normalizing The Reader

    6. Start the normalization and, if necessary, follow the instructions for eliminating errors. See also Warnings and notes (Page 339) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 66: Calibrating The Reflectance

    (SIMATIC MV440 UR) Calibration code takes Calibration code represented with 10 pixels/cell. up approximately half Target size: Max. 80 % of the image height the image height. Target size: Min. 10 pixels/cell SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 67: Formatted Output Of The Verification

    -255 ... 0255 Brightness offset (fine) -255 ... 0255 Histogram peak low 0000 ... 0255 Histogram peak high 0000 ... 0255 Cell scaling * 100 0000 ... 9999 Target contrast 0000 ... 0100 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 68 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or F, D, C, B, A (in each case, in this order). For Siemens DPM, the characteristics list contains 10 entries since all the quality characteristics can be configured individually here. For all other standards, only the overall grade is output whose evaluation is relevant for all grades.
  • Page 69: Verification Result

    Whenever a verification error occurs, all quality grades are output as "E" and the error number is output instead of the quality values. Please see Read and verification error messages (Page 342) for information on the meaning of the error number. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 70: Standard Report For Siemens Dpm

    Note Grades and evaluations in the standard report for Siemens DPM The standard report for Siemens DPM only ever contains the grades and evaluations whose quality characteristics are activated in the adjustment support. With the default setting, activated quality characteristics include all characteristics except for "Symbol contrast"...
  • Page 71: Standard Report For Iso/iec 16022

    Unused error correction (q4) 0.00 ... 1.00 Cell size (q10) 0 ... 99.9 mil ECCLevel (q14) Height (q15) 0 ... 9.99 inches Width (q16) 0 ... 9.99 inches Angle (q17) 0 ... 360° SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 72: Standard Report For Iso/iec 15415

    0 ... 99.9 mil Aperture (q12) 0, 4 ... 20 mil (0 corresponds to automatic) ECCLevel (q14) Height (q15) 0 ... 9.99 inches Width (q16) 0 ... 9.99 inches Angle (q17) 0 ... 360° SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 73: Standard Report For As9132, Rev A

    Contrast (q1) 0 ... 100 Nominal module size (q10) 0 ... 99.9 mil ECCLevel (q14) Height (q15) 0 ... 9.99 inches Width (q16) 0 ... 9.99 inches Angle (q17) 0 ... 360° SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 74: Standard Report For Aim Dpm-1-2006

    Unused error correction grade (Q4) 4, 3, 2, 1 or 0 Unused error correction (q4) 0.00 ... 1.00 Print growth grade (Q9) 4, 3, 2, 1 or 0 Print growth (q9) -999 ... 999 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 75: Standard Report For Iso/iec 15416

    10 values: 4, 3, 2, 1 or 0 Decodability (q28) 10 values: 0.00 ... 1.00 Maximum reflectance value (q18) 10 values: 0 ... 100 Start quiet zone (q29) 10 values: 0.00 ... 10.00 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 76: Standard Report For Ocr And Ocv

    ● The OCR qualities can also be output via the relevant tags. See also Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) (Page 75) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 77: Optical Character Recognition With "text-genius" And "text-genius Plus" (simatic Mv440 Only)

    Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Optical Character Recognition and Optical Character Verification "Optical character recognition" (OCR) allows not only machine-readable codes but also human-readable plain text to be recognized and machine-processed.
  • Page 78 Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Integrated universal fonts Fonts optimized for machine reading The following fonts optimized for machine reading are supported: Font Typeface OCR-A OCR-B Semifont M13 "Polyfont" setting With the "Polyfont" setting, the following fonts (and similar fonts) are automatically detected and read especially well and reliably.
  • Page 79: Performance Features Of Text-genius Plus Character Recognition

    Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Font Typeface Century Eurostile Frutiger Futura medium Franklin Gothic medium Lucida Sans Bookman medium 4.3.3 Performance features of Text-Genius Plus character recognition Text-Genius Plus character recognition includes all Text-Genius character recognition functions, but is far more advanced.
  • Page 80: Supervised Training

    Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) ● You can vary characters by creating your own fonts in the reader. ● Multiple styles can also be saved for each character. ● Up to five user fonts can be used in the reader.
  • Page 81 Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Remember the following ● Provide for adequate contrast for the text. ● The character height must be within the range of 15 to 55 pixels. Character heights of up to 220 pixels are possible if you have configured the undersampling function in the "Improve image"...
  • Page 82 Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) The following images demonstrate capability for reading using real examples with varying character boldness: Figure 4-11 Read results: F4KEWF4KWY7C Figure 4-12 Read results: 15010829006116 Figure 4-13...
  • Page 83 Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Application 2: Decoding a data matrix code and reading plain text in the same image The task Both the data matrix code and plain text must be read from the image in the same read cycle.
  • Page 84 Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Note Avoid disturbing structures within the ROIs If possible, avoid disturbing structures within this ROI, which might be confused with text: e.g edges or portions of the data matrix codes.
  • Page 85 Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) Such reading errors can be easily eliminated if you provide some information for more reliable and consistent character recognition. Go through the parameters of the OCR step in Programs/Template, starting with the "Read"...
  • Page 86: Quality Characteristics In Optical Character Recognition

    Image processing 4.3 Optical character recognition with "Text-Genius" and "Text-Genius Plus" (SIMATIC MV440 only) 4.3.6 Quality characteristics in optical character recognition Fast feedback about the reliability of the character recognition To obtain fast feedback about the reliability of the character recognition: In much the same way as code verification, during optical character recognition, quality characteristics are calculated and output on the user interface or via the interfaces.
  • Page 87: Options For Image Acquisition And Image Processing

    This allows the ideal throughput to be achieved in every processing step resulting in the maximum overall throughput for the reader and a flexible application. Figure 4-14 Architecture of the internal processing sequence SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 88: Single Trigger" Image Acquisition Option

    Up to 50 objects can therefore be acquired at an image frequency of more than 80 images per second and then processed (SIMATIC MV440 SR models at half resolution). To allow this, the images can be buffered and the image buffer size can be selected: ●...
  • Page 89 Cycle time limit Object Trigger Image acquisition Decoding Results transfer Cycle time Figure 4-16 Time diagram of option single trigger for image buffer size > 1; buffer = 2 in this example SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 90: Auto Trigger" Image Acquisition Option

    The monitoring frequency with which the reader monitors the viewing field can be higher than 90 Hz, for example SIMATIC MV440 SR with half resolution and good DMC quality. The "Auto trigger" option operates in time with the steps. The acquired images are decoded in the same clock cycle.
  • Page 91 Time diagram auto trigger with initial trigger and timeout Note 1 (limit of the decoding time) = 3 (interval of image acquisition)! Number of acquired images = {(Timeout/Acquisition interval) - 1} SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 92 Time diagram auto trigger with the edge-triggered start/stop option Note 1 (limit of the decoding time) = 3 (interval of image acquisition)! Number of acquired images = {(Timeout/Acquisition interval) - 1} SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 93: Scan" Image Acquisition Option

    Nothing found Nothing found Transfer of result Limit of the decoding time Image acquisition time Interval of image acquisition Figure 4-20 Time diagram of the scan option with multiple trigger signals SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 94: Image Acquisition In Program Sequence Mode

    ● Several, possibly even different evaluations (for example with different code settings) must be made per object. ● The number of definable regions of interest of an individual code setting/OCR setting is not adequate. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 95: Match Options For Track&trace Tasks

    The XMATCH function is extremely versatile and optimized specifically for Track&Trace applications. XMATCH is available via the interfaces TCP, RS-232 and ASM. The section "Process interfacing via an automation system (PLC, PC)" (Page 233) explains the XMATCH command. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 96 ● The function is optimized for manufacturing processes including those with very high object rates, in other words, for high manufacturing speed. ● Integration in the plant is possible via Ethernet/TCP, ASM or RS-232. Example of an application SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 97 ● Maximum of 100 KB with SIMATIC MV420 SR-P At the same time, it is also possible to buffer in advance: ● A maximum of 20 trigger IDs with SIMATIC MV440 readers ● A maximum of ten trigger IDs with SIMATIC MV420 SR-P.
  • Page 98: Simple Match (match Mode And Match Match)

    If the relevant comparison mode is enabled, a sent match string for the comparison of the content is used in the following situations: ● A single 1D/2D code ● For each single 1D/2D code (with multicode) ● For each OCR step SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 99 If the received match strings are not deactivated, the match strings are logged in the diagnostics data records. With a suitable format text, used match strings can be output as the result string and also logged in the diagnostics data records. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 100 Image processing 4.4 Options for image acquisition and image processing SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 101: Overview

    SIMATIC MV420. Other possible combinations include: ● Reader and RFID reader on an ASM 456 ● Auto-trigger ● Image display via WinCC flexible ● External lamp SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 102: System Setup Via Profibus Dp With Asm 456 And Fb45 Or Ident Profile

    ● The results are output to the automation system via PROFIBUS DP. ● The power for the reader is supplied by the ASM 456 (SIMATIC MV440 only). ● The reader is triggered either via the digital I/O or the automation system or by the integrated autotrigger function.
  • Page 103: System Setup Via Profinet Io With Rf180c, Fb45 Or Ident Profile

    ● The results are output to the automation system via PROFINET. ● The power for the reader is supplied via an RF180C (SIMATIC MV440 only). ● The reader is triggered either via the digital I/O, the ASM (PROFINET) or by the integrated auto-trigger function.
  • Page 104: System Setup Of The Reader As Profinet Io Device And Fb79 Or Ident Profile

    Note PoE functionality not available for older devices PoE functionality is not available for older devices with the following order numbers: • 6GF3440-0CD10 • 6GF3440-0GE10 • 6GF3440-0CD11 • 6GF3440-0GE11 • 6GF3440-0CD21 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 105 ● The reader is triggered either via the digital I/O, PROFINET or by the integrated auto- trigger function. ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet and a switch to allow adjustment of the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 106: System Setup Via The Rs-232 Interface

    ● The reader is triggered either via the digital I/O, RS-232 or by the integrated auto-trigger function. ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet to allow adjustment of the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 107: System Setup Via The Ethernet Interface

    Note PoE functionality not available for older devices PoE functionality is not available for older devices with the following order numbers: • 6GF3440-0CD10 • 6GF3440-0GE10 • 6GF3440-0CD11 • 6GF3440-0GE11 • 6GF3440-0CD21 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 108 ● The reader can be triggered in the following ways: – Digital I/O – TCP/IP – The integrated autotrigger function ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet and a switch to allow adjustment of the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 109: System Setup For Reader And Rfid Reader On A Communication Module

    ● Both the reader and the RFID reader are integrated in STEP 7 by the function block FB45 or Ident profile. ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet to allow adjustment of the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 110: System Setup For The Reader With Auto-trigger

    (auto trigger). ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet to allow adjustment of the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 111: System Setup Reader And Wincc Flexible

    ● The results from the reader are obtained and displayed by WinCC flexible via a connection to the automation system. ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet to allow adjustment of the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 112: System Setup For The Reader And Html Browser

    Java VM on the PC/PG. ● A PC/programming device is connected via Ethernet to allow adjustment of the device. Note Further information For further information, please see "Monitoring via HTML pages" (Page 223). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 113: System Setup Reader And External Lamp

    Example: System setup reader with external lamp System characteristics An external lamp, for example a lighting unit, can be controlled via an external power supply unit and a stroboscope signal from the reader. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 114: Other System Extensions

    ● Into SIMATIC S7-300 or ET 200M with communication module ASM 475 ● Into SIMATIC ET 200pro with communication module RF170C System integration via EtherNet/IP connection System integration via an EtherNet/IP connection is possible with the communication module RF181EIP. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 115: Installation

    Performance characteristics when reading codes (Page 32). ● The distance between a two-dimensional code and image border must be at least 2 cell widths. ● Maintain the quiet zone around the code. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 116: Installing Simatic Mv420/simatic Mv440

    Built-in ring light M2.5 hexagon socket-head screws ② ⑤ Lens Protective lens cover ∅ 65 ③ Reader Figure 6-1 Installation of the SIMATIC MV440 reader with protective lens cover and built-in ring light SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 117 Installation 6.2 Installing SIMATIC MV420/SIMATIC MV440 Mounting the SIMATIC MV440 1. Remove the "protective cap of the lens threaded connector", see section: Dimension drawings (Page 361) 2. Install the following: ② – Your selected lens ① – The built-in ring light ⑤...
  • Page 118 Installation 6.2 Installing SIMATIC MV420/SIMATIC MV440 Mounting the SIMATIC MV440 reader with a lighting unit If you require a lot of light for the applications, you can connect an external lamp. The external lamp is also used, for example, when the incident light is not parallel to the viewing direction with strongly reflecting objects.
  • Page 119 Installation 6.2 Installing SIMATIC MV420/SIMATIC MV440 Mounting the SIMATIC MV420 1. Select a suitable location to install the device. 2. Drill two holes of the following dimensions at the installation site: Figure 6-4 SIMATIC MV420 drilling template 3. Mount the reader.
  • Page 120 Installation 6.2 Installing SIMATIC MV420/SIMATIC MV440 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 121: Connecting

    • Refer to the instructions and guidelines in the installation manual SIMATIC Automation System S7-300 Hardware and Installation, section "Wiring". • Please note the guidelines for use of PROFINET IO to control and/or transfer results. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 122: Power Over Ethernet (poe)

    ● Power via pairs of wires that are used for data transmission (phantom power). The Ethernet connector of the SIMATIC MV440 reader is four-wire. Power can only be suppled via these four wires with phantom power. The device supplying the power must provide the phantom power.
  • Page 123: Connecting Components

    • In some situations, longer connecting cables up to 1000 m are possible. In this case, take into account the current consumption of the reader of 0.17 A for SIMATIC MV420 and 0.27 A for SIMATIC MV440. • Avoid connecting more than two cable sections in series to create a longer cable due to the connector resistance.
  • Page 124 Note Power supply via for SIMATIC MV440 Ethernet also via Power over Ethernet The power for the SIMATIC MV440 readers can also be supplied using Power over Ethernet (PoE), for example when using PoE switches such as: • SCALANCE X108POE •...
  • Page 125 ⑤ Ethernet socket Figure 7-1 Cable sockets for SIMATIC MV420 (left) and SIMATIC MV440 (right) Power IO RS232 cable The power IO RS232 cable is used for the power supply, to connect the digital I/O connectors and for the communications interface of an automation system via the RS232 interface.
  • Page 126 INPUT - COMMON = + 24 V DC and OUTPUT - COMMON = 0 V Black STROBE Signal output for (OUTPUT) connecting external flashes Pink RS232 TXD RS232 send line Red/blue RS232 RXD RS232 receive line SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 127 ● Using the ASM cable, you connect the communication modules, for example RF180C and ASM456. For SIMATIC MV420, a special ASM cable with M16 socket is available. Refer to the chapter "Cables" (Page 370). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 128 ● With a preassembled Ethernet cable, you connect a PC / PG to control and operate the reader. ● Attach the Ethernet cable to a switch to connect the reader to an automation system via onboard PROFINET IO. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 129: Wiring Example

    I/O interface as P type I/O interface as N type Wire the "Output Common" signal with 0 V and the "Input Common" signal with + 24 V DC. Figure 7-4 I/O interface as N type SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 130 Connecting 7.3 Connecting components Connecting up the power IO RS-232 interface as P type Connecting up the power IO RS-232 interface as N type SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 131: Operating The Reader With External Lighting

    Ring light holder (external) DIN rail power unit ③ ⑥ Lighting unit SIMATIC Vision Sensor Bridging VS100 ⑦ Power IO RS-232 cable Figure 7-5 Circuit diagram for the external lighting unit SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 132 Detailed circuit diagram for the lighting unit Note The wiring is identical for the SIMATIC MV420 reader. However, the SIMATIC MV420 reader does not have any drill holes for direct mounting of the VS100 lamp. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 133: Commissioning

    • You will find the Primary Setup Tool (PST) either: – In your SIMATIC installation – On the product CD of the reader – As a free download on the SIMATIC Support Internet pages (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/19440762). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 134: Notes On Installation

    – Configure the network connection of your reader. Note SIMATIC Manager The SIMATIC Manager provides the same functions as PST for configuring the reader. In this manual, PST is described as an example. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 135: Establishing A Connection To The Reader And Starting The User Interface

    ● Each time it is started, the reader runs a self-test. This is indicated by the Power LED flashing. ● After a period of between several seconds and 2 minutes, the self-test is completed and the Power LED shines green. The reader is ready for operation. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 136 1. Start the Primary Setup Tool (Start menu ➜ Start ➜ SIMATIC ➜ Primary Setup Tool ➜ Primary Setup Tool). 2. Start the network browsing function in the PST menu (Network ➜ Browse). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 137 8.3 Establishing a connection to the reader and starting the user interface 3. Select the displayed device and double-click on it. 4. Clicking on the displayed Ethernet interface displays the properties of the interface. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 138 DHCP clients and obtain their IP addresses from a server. • If your PC network is configured differently or you do not know how your PC is configured, check with your system administrator. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 139 The reader now has the manually assigned IP address 192.168.0.34 and can be accessed at this address by your PC. Note Depending on the mode being used, you may need to restart the reader by turning the power off and on again. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 140 Starting the user interface 1. Open Internet Explorer and enter the IP address of the reader in the address bar. 2. Press Enter to confirm. The home page of the reader is loaded. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 141 ● You can now perform the next step and adjust the reader and display the first read results. ● You can also get further support by clicking the "?" button at the top right. This opens the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 142 "Adjust reader" menu command. The dialog window shows you an image as seen by the reader. Note Focusing the image (SIMATIC MV440 only) You may need to unscrew the set screws in the lens to focus. Note Access online help with the "?"...
  • Page 143 You have successfully commissioned the reader. You can now read codes for your application. You can now make specific settings and save them to individual programs. For detailed information on saving programs and processing, please see Operator control and monitoring (Page 157). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 144: Transferring Optional Licenses

    – If no Automation License Manager (ALM) is installed on your PC. – If the ALM is older than V4.0 SP5. ● Follow the instructions in the setup program: Reboot the PC if necessary. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 145 ● Install the MV plug-in from the directory ALM\Setup MV Plugin on the SIMATIC MV420/440 Product CD-ROM. Follow the instructions in the setup program: Result Your PC is now ready for the transfer of licenses to SIMATIC code readers. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 146 The reader will only tolerate one Automation License Manager connection at a given time. You cannot connect two PCs to the reader at once. • Disconnect the first connection before attempting to establish a new connection from another PC. 1. Run Automation License Manager. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 147 Commissioning 8.4 Transferring optional licenses 2. Open the MV plug-in with "Edit" → "Connect target systems" → "Connect code reader system": SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 148 Commissioning 8.4 Transferring optional licenses 3. Enter the IP address of the reader and press the OK button: SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 149 4. The reader will now appear in the tree in the left half of the window. 5. Navigate to the drive that contains the license to be transferred (for example, Text Genius), and select the license with the mouse. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 150 Commissioning 8.4 Transferring optional licenses 6. Then select the command, "Transfer" "Key" → "Transfer" in the "License Key" menu. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 151 Commissioning 8.4 Transferring optional licenses 7. In the dialog that opens, select the reader as the destination drive and confirm with "OK". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 152 Commissioning 8.4 Transferring optional licenses SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 153 Commissioning 8.4 Transferring optional licenses Following the successful transfer, the license is displayed on the reader. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 154: Removing A License

    If a license is no longer required on a reader: ● Transfer the license from the reader to a different destination drive. ● The functionality according to the license is available only in demo mode after removing the license. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 155: Selecting Connection Alternatives

    ● In a network with several nodes with or without a DHCP server. ● As a PROFINET device in a PROFINET network. You can change the network settings with the "Connections" menu command in the user interface following initial commissioning. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 156 DHCP server may be activated in the network. In this mode, you can connect up to four PCs to the reader via a switch since a maximum of four IP addresses can be assigned automatically. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 157 IP configuration cannot be set on the reader The IP parameter settings for the reader are made in STEP 7. It is not possible to set the parameters on the reader. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 158 Commissioning 8.5 Selecting connection alternatives SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 159: Operator Control And Monitoring

    ● The user interface always executes in a way suitable for your reader. This means that no version conflicts occur. You will find the requirements of your PC in Section Notes on installation (Page 132). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 160: Working With The User Interface

    The following languages are available: ● English ● German ● French ● Spanish ● Italian ● Chinese (Simplified) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 161 ● Options - Make general device settings ● Information - Access device, statistical and diagnostic information ● Maintain - Save/restore settings, run firmware updates and enter the VeriCode® license ● Stop - Stop processing mode SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 162 Switches between the display of the entire image (reduced) and the image section in full resolution. Full screen Opens the image in full size and full resolution in a new window. Save image Saves the currently displayed image on your PC. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 163 ● WEB (WEB role) ● Service (role: Service) ● User1 (role: User1) Users create and change passwords as required. ● Admin (role: Admin The "Admin" user assigns rights for all users. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 164 The reader is active. Before you can make changes, you first have to change the reader to STOP. Note: As an alternative, you can use the button at the bottom left to change to "Stop" mode without leaving the current page. The access protection is activated. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 165 The reader is in "Stop" mode, i.e. there are no errors GREEN, permanently on The reader is in RUN mode, i.e., there are no errors RED, permanently on The reader is in "Group error" mode. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 166: Adjustment - Adjust Image

    The reader will detect the code type and add it to its decoding order. Image settings You will find all the necessary settings here for the correct configuration of image acquisition. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 167 Switches between the display of the entire image (reduced) and the image section in full resolution. Full screen Opens the image in full size and full resolution in a new window. Save image Saves the currently displayed image on your PC. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 168 The "Save program >>" button takes you to the "Save program" page. Last result Displays the result of the last successful processing, if available. Information also appears below the results field about the current processing status. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 169 Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 170: Adjustment - Save Program

    ● To be able to use the code or plain text saved as a reference for match mode. ● To be able to toggle the reader between different programs for adjustment to various different batches, recipes, modules and workpiece types. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 171 Switches between the display of the entire image (reduced) and the image section in full resolution. Full screen Opens the image in full size and full resolution in a new window. Save image Saves the currently displayed image on your PC. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 172 Click this to return to the "Adjustment - Set image" page. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 173: Connections

    ● Here, you set the parameters for the Ethernet port. PROFINET IO ● Here, you set the parameters for the PROFINET IO interface. These input boxes are enabled when you select "PROFINET mode" in the "IP mode" drop-down list. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 174 "Remote client" (Page 324). Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 175 ● How the results and diagnostic data are output. Figure 9-9 Connections - "Integration" tab Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 176 9.2 Working with the user interface Digital I/O Figure 9-10 Connections - "Digital I/O" tab (SIMATIC MV440) On the "Digital I/O" tab, you specify the assignment of digital inputs and outputs, of the LED displays and of the beep tone.
  • Page 177 LEDs In the "LEDs" dialog box, you specify the output signal with which the freely programmable LED displays are to be connected. ● SIMATIC MV440: Two freely programmable LEDs ● SIMATIC MV420: One freely programmable LED display DI/DO You set the switching time of the digital outputs READ, MATCH, N_OK and EXT_1 to EXT_4.
  • Page 178 Connections - "Digital" I/O tab (SIMATIC MV420) Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 179: Programs

    Adjustment - Save program. ● The settings made in the Adjustment - Image task are saved in the template. ● The template is used to create new programs in the "Programs" task. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 180: Graphical User Interface Elements

    The screenshot shows the interface and interface elements. Table 9- 6 Programs and template Template for creating programs Table 9- 7 Steps Image acquisition step Decoder step (variable number) Character recognition step (OCR, variable number) Result step (fixed) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 181 Deletes a program/step/library element Image control Figure 9-13 Image control Image control is displayed for many of the task pages. Image control contains the image, and for some tasks also the overlays. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 182 Switches between the display of the entire image (reduced) and the image section in full resolution. Full screen Opens the image in full size and full resolution in a new window. Save image Saves the currently displayed image on your PC. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 183: Image Acquisition And Decoder Program Steps

    ● Exposure time ● Brightness ● Correction of automatically calculated shutter speed ● Trigger delay ● Image distortion correction You can view the result of your settings "live" in the image control. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 184 Image processing/image acquisition (Page 85) Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 185 ● Whether one or more codes are read in the ROI. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 186 If you wish to assess the code quality (marking quality), you define the quality criteria here. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 187 ● The conditions where the code did not meet the requirements and which probably led to the overall result "N_OK". Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 188 Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 189: Ocr Program Steps

    OCR program steps Note OCR function only available for SIMATIC MV440 The OCR feature is only available for the SIMATIC MV440 reader and requires an additional license. You set the optical character recognition in OCR. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 190 ● Character spacing ● Image enhancement filter Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 191 This increases the reliability of the read result. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 192 ● The conditions you want for this ROI in relation to the MATCH and N_OK signals. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 193 Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. See also Text-Genius and Text-Genius Plus (Page 75) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 194 You also adjust error messages to your application. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 195: Libraries And Library Tabs

    9.2.6.1 Verification library Note Verification is only available for the SIMATIC MV440 reader. The verification library is used to define verification settings and calibrate the reader for code verification. ● You can run up to five calibrations and save them as library elements in the verification library.
  • Page 196 You specify the verification standard and define the lighting you want to use. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 197 To achieve good reproducibility, the reader must be calibrated at regular intervals. Calibration is required: ● When the setup is changed. ● When something changes in the surroundings, such as ambient brightness or ambient temperature. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 198 Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. "Save" tab Figure 9-27 Verification library – "Save" tab SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 199 If the verification is new and has not yet been saved, it will not be saved and will be lost. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 200: Character Font Library

    9.2.6.2 Character font library Note The character font library is only available for the SIMATIC MV440 reader. You can use the character font library to define your own character fonts for use in OCR steps. A greater range of applications is possible with user-defined character fonts than with predefined fonts.
  • Page 201 ● Use the "Add" button to add the image currently displayed in the image control to the collection. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 202 The prototypes are extracted from all acquired images selected in the "Image collection" tab with their current settings. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 203 ● Add new prototypes to the character font and assign them to a character class. ● Delete prototypes you do not need from the character font. ● Correct wrong assignments by changing the assignment of a prototype to a character class. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 204 Character font library - "Save" tab "Name" input field Enter the name under which the current character font is to be saved. The entry is optional. Possible values: Letters, numbers and underscores. Maximum of 10 characters. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 205 If the character font is new and has not yet been saved, it will not be saved and will be lost. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 206 At the top left of the dialog you will see a static text with important information on the processing mode. "Program" drop-down list ("program sequence" for program sequence mode) Select the program you want to start. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 207 ● When you click on it again, the bar display is restored. ● If you click on the title of the quality characteristics, you change to the numeric display for all characteristics. ● Clicking again returns you to the bar display. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 208 This procedure may result in the overall grade on the user interface being significantly poorer than the individual grades. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 209: Options

    ● In the image acquisition/control step in the Lighting group, select "Other (int.)" or "Other (ext.)" as lighting. The lighting parameters set here will be used. Figure 9-33 Options - "Lighting" tab SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 210 Note Only an administrator can change authorizations The permissions can only be changed by the administrator. Figure 9-34 Options - "Security" tab SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 211 PC or by an SNTP server in the network. If you specify SNTP as the source, you will also need to specify the IP address of the server. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 212 Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 213 1. Select a program sequence number (between 1 and 15) in the "Program sequence" drop- down list. 2. Under "Contains the following programs", select the programs which are to be included in the program sequence. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 214 Used to implement scanner portal applications (Page 318). Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 215: Info

    In this part of the dialog, you will see statistical values on the reading of the codes and read quality. The meaning of the individual displays is explained in the online help that you can access with the "Help" button. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 216 Statistics are reset automatically if the program number is changed in processing mode. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 217 "Character fonts" shows you the number of prototypes currently in the diagnostic buffer. The prototypes are recorded with the "Supervised training" function. ● Clicking the "Reset" button deletes all prototypes in the diagnostic buffer. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 218 CSV file. Note Detailed description of parameters in the online help For a detailed description of the parameters and possible values, refer to the online help. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 219 9.2 Working with the user interface Device information This part of the dialog provides you with information on the reader, the firmware and the optional integrated internal lamp. Figure 9-39 Information - "Device information" tab SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 220: Manage

    ● Resetting the reader to the original factory state. ● When necessary, running required firmware updates. ● Loading a customized CustomGUI to the reader or backing it up from the reader. Figure 9-40 Maintain SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 221 To do this, you require a vsz file. An incremental update is only possible to a version in which the version has only changed in the third digit compared with the previous version. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 222 Web pages that open. The "Full update..." button opens a Web page where you can update the firmware. To do this, you require a bin file. Figure 9-41 Updating the firmware of the reader SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 223: Stop

    Operator control and monitoring 9.2 Working with the user interface 9.2.11 Stop This page is displayed when the reader is in "Stop"mode. Figure 9-42 Stop reader SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 224 If an error occurs, the STATE/SF LED will turn red and display: ● The corresponding error message ● The meaning of the error ● The options for eliminating the error Acknowledge the error by clicking the "Acknowledge" button. Figure 9-43 Error message SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 225: Monitoring Via Html

    ● Display normally available in 6 languages, language can be changed online. Available HTML pages Shows current device information on: ● Device reader revision level ● Firmware version ● PROFINET IO device name ● Network identification SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 226 Displays the images acquired by the reader in adjustment mode or processing mode. If the visualization device provides Java script support, the displayed image is automatically updated. With the displayed links, you can call up other pages. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 227 Displays the images acquired by the reader in adjustment mode or processing mode. If the visualization device provides Java script support, the displayed image is automatically updated. This page does not provide any links to other pages. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 228 Operator control and monitoring 9.3 Monitoring via HTML pages Last image Figure 9-46 Last image Purely display of the last recorded image without any further information and without automatic image updating. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 229 Non-embedded display of the last image processed in processing mode with colored overlay showing the results of processing (ROIs and details view). Requires JavaScript support and Internet Explorer as of Version 8. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 230 Provides a dynamically created HTML page with which you can display diagnostic images buffered on the reader along with additional information. You specify which images are buffered and displayed in the adjustment support in the Options/Diag.&monitoring tab. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 231 This page is particularly suitable when using touch panels. Navigation is made easier by the large area navigation symbols at the left edge. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 232 Diagnostics recordings Figure 9-50 Diagnostics recordings Provides a dynamically created HTML page with which you can display diagnostics recordings buffered on the reader relating to errors that occurred, signal changes etc. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 233 (d=0: not-down sampled, (d=0: not-down sampled, (d=0: not-down sampled, d=1 down sampled) d=1 down sampled) d=1 down sampled) Monitoring drawresults.cgi drawresults.cgi drawresults.cgi These HTML pages are displayed only in English. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 234 Operator control and monitoring 9.3 Monitoring via HTML pages SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 235: Process Interfacing Via An Automation System (plc, Pc)

    ● Integration using a communication module and FB45 or Ident profile. ● Using an Ident profile via PROFINET IO without additional communication module. ● The FB79 provides a PROFINET IO interface that is compatible with the VS130-2 reader. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 236: Integration Via Onboard Profinet Io

    The properties of the PROFINET IO device SIMATIC MV440 or SIMATIC MV420 are stored in the supplied GSD file. If the SIMATIC MV440/SIMATIC MV420 is not yet listed in the module catalog of HW Config in your STEP 7 version, add the reader with "Options ➜ Install GSD Files..." at this point.
  • Page 237 PROFINET IO \ Ident Systems \ SIMATIC Code Reading Systems \ MV44x, or MV42x; see figure below: The reader detects the transmission speed of PROFINET automatically. PROFINET operates in 100 Mbps full duplex mode. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 238 Note When using a CPU 317-2 PN/DP, in the "Options" tab of the properties window of the PROFINET IO system (slot X2) you will need to select "Transmission Medium/Duplex" "Automatic Settings". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 239: Configuration For Using The Ident Profile

    – The "ID" input parameter of the Ident profile block must match the addresses accordingly. The base address is 256 in the configuration example (see figure). Figure 10-2 HW Config with SIMATIC MV440 reader configured for use of the Ident profile (screenshot for SIMATIC MV420: similar) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 240: Configuration For Using The Fb 79

    PROFINET IO interface without a function block. Figure 10-3 HW Config with SIMATIC MV440 reader (screenshot for SIMATIC MV420 similar) In the configuration example, the control byte of the reader was placed at output address 0 and the status byte at input address 0 of the CPU (slot 1). If these addresses are located in the process image of OB1 (process image partition "OB1-PI"), then you can work here using...
  • Page 241: Concept Of Device Replacement

    With this setting, the new reader receives its device name directly from the IO controller. The IO controller uses the configured topology and the neighborhood relations detected by the IO devices. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 242: Integration Via Communication Module (asm)

    MOBY U / D to the configuration of the 57.6 kbaud • reader. 115.2 kbaud • Diagnostics with diagnostics none Standard diagnostics. messages The diagnostics of the reader uses a separate mechanism. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 243: Control With Fb 45 And Ident Profile

    In the S7 sample program "MOBY FB45", this is DB47. ● "Data DB": A data block for result or job data (command data area). In the S7 sample program "MOBY FB45", this is DB48. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 244 Refer to the description in chapter Status displays of the MV reader (Page 245) ANZ_cancel Not supported. ANZ_ECC Not supported. LR_bat Not supported. Battery_low Not supported. error_MOBY Refer to the description in chapter Result evaluation of a command (Page 264) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 245: Configuring The Ident Profile (rfid Standard Profile)

    (see function manual for RFID Standard Profile, RFID Systems J31069-D0179- U001-A2-0018). The parameter values of the "WRITE-CONFIG" command depend on whether the Ident profile is used with or without a communication module. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 246 Command parameter Variable Value Config Length 0 (no data appendix) The command parameters are possible (onboard PROFINET IO) only if no communication module is used. Corresponds to the INIT without program selection. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 247: Control With Mv Commands Via Fb 45 Or Ident Profile

    Param".init_run bit in FB45 or "instance DB-RFID standard profile".INIT bit with the Ident profile). In addition to the error output bytes of FB45 or of the Ident profile block, these bits must always be queried before an MV command is sent. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 248 RDY bit of the IN_OP bit of the significant bit) that represents the reader reader number of available decoded codes. If the value = 3, three or more decoded codes are available. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 249: Initialization

    – Initialization during self-test is not possible (negative acknowledgment is received). ● Reset of pending error with the subsequent start of the selected program. If the selected program does not exist, the initialization is acknowledged negatively. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 250: Write Commands/mv Command Interface

    Activate read program number once 0x02 Write match string 0x03 Enable read match string once 0x04 Set DISA bit 0x05 Reset DISA bit 0x06 Writing a trigger-synchronized match string 0x07 (XMATCH) Set digital out 0x08 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 251 Table 10- 9 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x01 "Program change" command identifier 0x0001 0x00 – 0x0F Number of the program SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 252 0x00 0x00 Length 0x01 StartAddress 0x00 Table 10- 12 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x02 "Read program number" command identifier SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 253 ● If it is possible to apply the new match string for the current program, the command will be acknowledged positively. If the match string cannot be overwritten, an extra entry is made in the diagnostic data. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 254 0x00-0xFF Match string length low byte 0x0003 1. character of the match string n + 2 (n-1)th character of the match string n + 3 nth character of the match string SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 255 0x00 0x00 Length 0x01 StartAddress 0x00 Table 10- 18 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x04 Command identifier "Read match string" SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 256 0x00 0x00 Length 0x01 StartAddress 0x00 Table 10- 21 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x05 Command identifier "Set DISA bit". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 257 0x00 0x00 Length 0x01 StartAddress 0x00 Table 10- 24 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x06 Command identifier "Reset DISA bit". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 258 ● The command is acknowledged positively if the structure of the header and user data is correct. ● The WRITE command must specify the total length of the XMATCH user data + 4, otherwise a negative response will be sent. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 259 Table 10- 27 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x07 Command identifier XMATCH 0x0001 0x00 Reserved 0x0002 See chapter "Control via TCP/IP XMATCH user data and RS232" (Page 301) … SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 260 48) (for example 0) Pointer to the user data to be sent to the reader. Table 10- 29 PIB_COMMAND Parameter Value 0x71 OffsetBuffer 0x00 0x00 Length 0x07 StartAddress 0x00 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 261 0x3: Logical signal "READ" • 0x4: Logical signal "MATCH" • 0x5: Logical signal "NOK" • 0x0005 Reserved, must be 0x0 to retain upwards compatibility. 0x0006 Reserved, must be 0x0 to retain upwards compatibility. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 262: Read Commands

    MDS [hex] [dec] [dec] [hex] ≥length Number of the Pointer to the start of the data DB (for example word result (for example 0) string FB45 stores the read result data here. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 263 ("MOBY_CMD".DAT_DB_number "instance DB-RFID standard profile".RXREF). You can abort processing of the command by setting the "MOBY Param".init_run (FB45) or "instance DB-RFID standard profile".INIT bit (RFID standard profile). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 264 0x00 0x00 Length 0x01 StartAddress 0x00 Table 10- 36 Command data area (FB45: Data DB, RFID standard profile: TXBUF or RXBUF) Address Value Meaning 0x0000 0x0 – 0xF Current program number SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 265 (more significant byte) 0x0001 0x00-0xFF Length of the total match string (less significant byte) 0x0002 1st character of the match string … … n + 2 nth character of the match string SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 266: Result Evaluation Of A Command

    Program number transferred is not saved. 0x15 0xE6 0xFE 0x03 Initialization with program selection (init_run/INIT) is not possible: Program number transferred is not saved. • Reader is still in self-test. • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 267: Preconditions For The Commands

    If you want to send a command, make sure that the selection criteria are met according to the table above. The columns "Trigger source", "Result", "Result string" and "Control" correspond to the selection in the user interface (Connections ➜ Integration ➜ Connection). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 268 The following applies to all commands • The state of the DISA bit is irrelevant • There is no group error. If there is nevertheless a group error, first acknowledge the error. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 269: Group Errors

    ● To identify the error, use the list provided in chapter Alarm, fault and system messages (Page 333). ● Do not use the description in the function manual of FB45 or RFID standard profile. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 270 Errors can be acknowledged via initialization with program selection If the cause of error does not need to be identified: Acknowledge the error with program selection via the initialization (Initialization (Page 247)). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 271: Control With Fb79

    Principle of data transmission via PROFINET IO (FB79) Note Bytes 1 to 31 of the "Send" user data interface are relevant. Bytes 1 to 4 of the "Receive" user data interface are relevant. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 272: Assignment Of The Interfaces Relevant To Profinet Io

    Select 3: Program selection bit 3 Save program: Saves new program. Trigger: Processing starts on a positive edge. Reset: Reset error. Note The SEL0, SEL1, SEL2, SEL3, and TRN signals are effective only when DISA=1. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 273 Writing the control byte and reading and evaluating the status byte must be performed in the same way as in the time diagrams shown in the description of how to select modes. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 274 • Use the definition of the "Format string" on the "Result" tab (result step) under "Programs" to output the quality values when another type of verification is selected. The quality values are then output according to the parameter settings along with the read result. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 275 ID contains the position or the quality characteristics. The order of the code properties in the table is identical to the order of the code properties in the data packet. If applicable, the result string is returned after the code properties. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 276 If the data to be read contains the absolute quality characteristics, remember that the value of the "Swap" parameter (in the user interface in Connections ➜ Interfaces in PROFINET IO) must be taken into account. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 277: Sample Program For Data Exchange When Code Length <= 27 Bytes

    ● To ensure the consistency over the entire area of 32 bytes, there must be no update of the process image during the program shown here. ● The user data is stored in data block DB17 starting at byte 4. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 278 // Read last byte of user data DB17.DBB 30 / // Store in DB // Acknowledge with no. of data packet m001: IB 5 // Number of data packet QB 5 // Send as acknowledgment to reader SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 279: Programming Data Fragmentation

    • On a CPU 318 and the S7-400 CPUs as of firmware version V3.0.0 • On S7-300 CPUs with MMC On all other S7-300 and S7-400 CPUs, you must use SFCs 14 and 15 for all access to the two user data interfaces. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 280 Scan byte 1 of the "Send" user data interface cyclically. As soon as you read the value 0, go to the last step. Last Acknowledge correct receipt of all the data by writing the value 0 to byte 1 of the "Receive" user data interface. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 281: Function Block 79 "vs130-2_control

    VS130-2 reader. • The integration design with the highest performance is based on the Ident profile with or without a communication module. Siemens recommends the use of this concept for new plants. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 282 When a new job is started, the output parameters are reset. Note Multiple FB79 calls with the same instance are not permitted Multiple FB79 calls with the same instance are not permitted. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 283 Note If an error has occurred that changes the reader to STOP, eliminate and acknowledge the error. You can then return the reader to RUN by changing program (COMMAND = W#16#0001). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 284 DW#16#0000 0000: No error • DW#16#0000 wxyz: Warning • DW#16#0001 wxyz: Internal FB error • DW#16#0002 wxyz: Error of the reader • (see information table at the end of this section) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 285 IN_OP bit in the status byte is not set. CODE_OUT OUTPUT BYTE 30.0 B#16#00 Number of the program currently selected on the reader LENGTH OUTPUT WORD 32.0 W#16#0000 Length of the result string in bytes SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 286 Output of the result string (except commands 4 and 5) • Connections ➜ Integration ➜ Controller: PROFINET IO Interface for the DISA, SEL0 to SEL3, TRN, RES, IN_OP, TRD, RDY signals SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 287 -1.0e+0 Axial non-uniformity as absolute value (value valid if not equal to -1.0e+0) ERR_CORR STATIC REAL 60.0 -1.0e+0 Unused error correction as absolute value (value valid if not equal to -1.0e+0) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 288 ERRCODE parameter has the value 0, ERROR the value FALSE and DONE the value TRUE. Sequence when changing jobs If you want to change to a different job from a read job, the currently active job must be canceled (see above). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 289 • If you specify the value 0 in the PARAM1 parameter, the previously selected program will be retained. • The value of PARAM1 must not be changed before the job is completed. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 290 The block then queries the program now selected on the reader and outputs this program at the CODE_OUT parameter. If no error occurs in the transfer of the program number, the ACTIVE parameter will have the value FALSE and the DONE parameter the value TRUE. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 291 Since the job completes in one CPU cycle, no edge change can be detected at the ACTIVE parameter. If the DONE parameter already has the value TRUE from a previous job, it is also not possible to detect an edge change. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 292 In contrast to all other jobs, the read jobs are "permanent jobs". This means that the ACTIVE parameter retains the value TRUE even after fetching the current read result and/or the current position and/or the quality characteristics from the device. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 293 If an error occurs (ERRCODE <> DW#16#0000 0000), you will need to initialize the FB once with RESET=TRUE after calling an interrupt OB (for example OB82) and after a STOP-RUN change on the CPU. Please include a suitable first call in your user program. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 294: Error Information Of Fb79

    (for example, transmit error), you will need to set the RES bit of the control byte (see assignment of the interfaces of the reader relevant for PROFINET IO or error messages). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 295 If you receive error information that differs from that listed above, this originates from SFC 20 "BLKMOV" that is used to enter the result string in the receive area. You will find its error information in the online help of the system functions/function blocks. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 296: Controlling The I/o Interface "di/do

    Select 3: Program selection bit 3 Train: Saves new program Trigger: Processing starts on a positive edge. Reset: Reset error. Note The SEL0, SEL1, SEL2, SEL3, and TRN signals are effective only when DISA=1. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 297: Selecting Modes

    10.5.2 Selecting modes The following modes are available: ● Select program ● Save program ● Start processing You will find a description of the modes in operator control of the reader. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 298 To select a program, apply the relevant bit pattern at the inputs SEL0 to SEL3. You can select programs 1 to 15. If you select program 0, the program last selected will be retained. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 299 Program selection is started. RDY=0 TRD=1 Program change is completed after approximately 150 ms to 15 s. RDY=1 Note If the selected program is not saved, TRD and RDY will retain the value 0. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 300 10.5 Controlling the I/O interface "DI/DO" Save program The diagram below shows the save program procedure, using program 11 as an example. Note that the trigger signal must be present for at least 5 ms. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 301 Reset signals. TRN = 0 Exit program saving. TRD = 0 TRD signal changes to FALSE for 150 ms. TRD = 1 TRD signal changes to TRUE. RDY=1 Program saving is exited. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 302 You select a program, for example program 11. The outputs are set as follows depending on the processing result: Code was localized and decoded. READ Code matches the trained code. MATCH Code was not legible. N_OK SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 303: Control Via Tcp/ip And Rs-232

    • If "M" is configured as a trigger text, the remaining control commands can no longer be used. • If "MATCH" is configured as a trigger text, the command to overwrite the match strings can no longer be used. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 304: Trigger

    Set digital out MO<p1><p2><p3><p4><p5><p6> 10.6.2 Trigger If the reader receives a character string that is identical to the configured character string in the adjustment support, it triggers image acquisition and processing. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 305: Write Match String

    7. ● It is only possible to overwrite a match string if the reader is in processing mode and matching was activated during program saving for the current program. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 306: Set Disa Bit

    This command sets the DISA bit. Character string "MDIH" (Machine command set DIsable signal High) 10.6.5 Reset DISA bit This command resets the DISA bit. Character string "MDIL" (Machine command set DIsable signal Low) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 307: Query Status

    ● Valid range of values: 00 to 15. <error no> - Error code of the currently pending error (see section "Error messages (Page 334)"). ● Coding as for <currentprogramnumber>. ● No error pending if the value is 00. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 308: Select Program Number

    ● Using <statusbyte> and <currentcodenumber>, you can check whether the reader is in processing mode with the new program number. If the DISA bit is not set already, the reader will set it automatically to save the program and then reset it. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 309: Save Program With Internal Trigger

    – Whether the reader has successfully stored the program and is in processing mode. – Or whether an error has occurred. If the DISA bit is not set already, the reader will set it automatically to save the program and then reset it. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 310: Save Program With External Trigger

    Once the save procedure is completed, the DISA bit is reset. The save procedure can be canceled with Reset command (Page 309) (upon receipt of "RTRDY"). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 311: Reset Command

    If "Save program with external trigger" is cancelled with the reset command, the reader will briefly be in an error state (error in sequence). The error state is automatically exited or acknowledged. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 312: Writing A Trigger-synchronized Match String (xmatch)

    For match strings used for the match option "GS1", the GS1 start symbol "]d2" is optional. Character string To send an XMATCH command, the string "XMATCH" must be sent as the header followed by the XMATCH user data. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 313: Xmatch User Data (without Header)

    Following this, the internal trigger counter is incremented by 1 following each trigger. When the counter reaches the value 32767, it continues with 1 (not 0). The value 0 is reserved to accept match strings permanently as of the next trigger. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 314 ● ROI ID corresponds to the number of the OCR ROI match strings to be assigned to the new match string. ● String length rl corresponds to the length of the following match string rm. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 315 Code No Cnt n BYTE Code No BYTE 1 ... 14 Code Idx Cnt c BYTE SIMATIC MV440 UR: 0 ... 150 All other readers: 0 ... 50 Code Idx BYTE SIMATIC MV440 UR: c times 1 ... 150 All other readers: 1 ...
  • Page 316 ● new match string for trigger number 42 ● No OCR ● No multicode Total length Trigger ID Flags Code No Cnt Code No Code Idx Cnt Code Idx String length String "SN012345" ROI ID Cnt XOR checksum SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 317 Code No Cnt Code No Code Idx Cnt Code Idx String length String "SN012345" ROI ID Cnt ROI ID String length String "SN" ROI ID String length String "012345" XOR checksum SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 318: Set Digital Out

    These signals can only be set via an automation system. ● These signals can also be applied to the available digital output pins using adjustment support. ● Receipt of this command is logged in the diagnostics data records. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 319 – 2: Logical signal "RDY" – 3: Logical signal "READ" – 4: Logical signal "MATCH" – 5: Logical signal "NOK" p5 and p6 Reserved, must be "0" to retain upwards compatibility. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 320: Scanner Portal Application

    ● If a slave reader is in an error state, the master reader does not change to an error state. ● The master reader does not monitor the number of connected slave readers. ● Maximum results of 2048 characters including a formatting instruction required for synchronization can be synchronized. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 321: Configuration

    "Recognize double reads" must be set to 1 in this case. The acquisition interval must be adequately high so that 1D/2D codes can be read in the image. The interval must be identical on all slave and master devices. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 322 Process interfacing via an automation system (PLC, PC) 10.7 Scanner portal application Connections/integration ● Under "Connection", "integration". select TCP as "String". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 323 – [CamId] can be selected freely and is used to identify the reader that read the 1D/2D code in the field of view. – "\02\03%s\04" is also valid if no identification of the reader is required when the result is output. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 324 You also need to make the following additional settings on the master reader. Connections/interfaces: TCP ● IP Address: IP address of the TCP partner of the master reader ● port: Port number of the TCP partner of the master reader SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 325: Output Of The Synchronized Read Result By The Master Reader

    "\03" and "\04" are first removed. If a slave reader sends the result string "\02Slave01:\03DMC123\04" and read the"DMC123" code first, the master reader sends the "Slave01:DMC123" string to its TCP partner. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 326: Remote Client

    If adjustment support is opened while the HTTP request is being processed by the reader, this is only possible in "READ ONLY mode". 2. The reader changes to the "Stop" mode. 3. The IN_OP bit is et to "0". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 327: Xml Backup

    ● Content type: text/xml; name="<filename>.xml" ● Content disposition: attachment; filename="<filename>.xml" Data: The data corresponds to the file content of an xml file that is used to restore the settings and programs. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 328 = byte[256]; count = streamResponse.Read(readBuffer, 0, readBuffer.GetLength(0)); while (count > 0) newXml.Write(readBuffer, 0, count); count = streamResponse.Read(readBuffer, 0, readBuffer.GetLength(0)); Console.WriteLine("XML backup succeeded."); catch (System.Net.WebException we) Console.WriteLine("NO PERMISSION FOR XML BACKUP!"); SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 329: Xml Restore

    "[REMOTEXMLUPLOADPARA]\r\nContent-Disposition: form-data; name=\"importdp\"\r\n\r\non\r\n" // remote next line if security settings shall not be imported "[REMOTEXMLUPLOADPARA]\r\nContent-Disposition: form-data; name=\"importsec\"\r\n\r\non\r\n" // remote next line if codes shall not be imported "[REMOTEXMLUPLOADPARA]\r\nContent-Disposition: form-data; name=\"importcodes\"\r\n\r\non\r\n" "[REMOTEXMLUPLOADPARA]\r\n" SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 330 – "0" -> Error importing. To obtain an error analysis, the XML import must be repeated using the adjustment support. The IN_OP bit is set and access using the adjustment support is permitted again. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 331 Console.WriteLine("XML restore succeeded only partially, not all codes could be imported. Device is restarting. More information via graphical user interface."); else Console.WriteLine("XML restore failed. More information via graphical user interface."); catch (System.Net.WebException we) Console.WriteLine("NO PERMISSION FOR XML RESTORE!"); SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 332: Sample Programs

    Bero is used additionally for triggering and must be read in via a digital input module. The received data is stored in data block DB48 in bytes 0 to 500. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 333 1: Sensor is functional I x.2 Status byte 1: Sensor is in RUN, in other words ready to process codes. You can use this signal to enable the feed of work pieces. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 334: Example 2: Program For Archiving Diagnostic Information On A Pc/pg

    In "Output", you specify the folders in which the diagnostics images and the csv files will be stored. When you click the "Start" button, the program waits for the connection to be established by the reader. Transfer of the diagnostics data begins after the connection is established. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 335: Alarm, Fault And System Messages

    Most messages of the "error message" type, trigger a diagnostics interrupt on the relevant PROFINET controller. All the messages, their meaning and the ways to deal with them are described in "Error messages", "Warnings/notes" and "Read results". SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 336: Error Messages

    Restart correct sequence of the save program applied signals is operation. violated. Error - code W#16#5005 E1, FE, 06 Cannot restore Start saving the program corrupt code. again. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 337 PROFINET IO data cannot be results faster. If queried in an necessary, change the adequately short update time in the time. PROFINET configuration. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 338 Ethernet RS232 converter: There is no TCP connection or the data transfer cannot be completed within the set time limit. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 339 Check the connection to the I/O controller. Error internal W#16#5005 E4, FE, 04 An error occurred Please contact technical file error while saving to support if this error read-only memory. occurs frequently. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 340 • The occurrence of a PROFINET IO error causes OB 86 (rack failure OB) to be called on a SIMATIC S7 CPU. • Unless you have programmed OB86, the CPU changes to STOP. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 341: Warnings And Notes

    Reduce the maximum exposure time and brightness. • Use a different light source. • Normalization failed! Error when saving. Remedy: Delete a saved program. • Firmware update on the reader. • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 342 Calibration was not successful! Not enough memory. Remedy: Restart the reader. • Calibration was not successful! Error when saving. Remedy: Delete a saved program. • Firmware update on the reader. • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 343: Read Results

    "Overall result" in the online help. The undefined formatting command is issued as <reason>. Note Changing error texts Please note that the error texts on the "Results" tab (results step) under "Programs" can change. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 344: Read And Verification Error Messages

    A code with the quality evaluation "Poor" was read in verification mode in step #n. 0013 Nothing found "Scan" or "Autotrigger edge triggered" mode: All image acquisitions were decoded without result. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 345 OCR: There is no string specification available for step #n. 4700 Verification Process Error in step n "Siemens DPM" verification reports: Not enough space around the data matrix code in step #n. 4701 Verification Unsupported in step n The selected verification method is not supported for the code type found in step #n.
  • Page 346: Filter Error Messages

    "start position" "Start position" ID or separator not found in An ID (field: "Filter ID") or a separator symbol content character (field: "Separators") was not found in the read code. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 347: Error Messages When Writing A Trigger-synchronized Match String (xmatch)

    Match "Position" with start position 10, but the match string that was sent only has 9 characters. XMATCH command discarded. Program sequence mode is active. In this mode, no Program sequence is active. XMATCH commands can be used. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 348: Diagnostics By Evaluating The Power, Ethernet, State/sf Leds

    1. Bus communication is interrupted. • 2. The IP address is incorrect. 3. Bad configuration. 4. Bad parameter assignment. 5. Bad or missing device name. 6. I/O controller does not exist / turned off. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 349: I/o Device Diagnostics

    The entry "Module OK" now appears in the diagnostics buffer. The text from the GSD file relating to the previous error no longer appears in the module information of the reader. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 350: Diagnostics With Profinet Io

    AINFO parameter (additional alarm information): Note When an alarm exits the alarm state, only bytes 0 to 25 of the AINFO parameter are written. Compare the meaning of bytes 2 and 3 of AINFO. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 351 You read out status-related diagnostics data using SFB 52 "RDREC". Calling SFB 52: 1. You assign the diagnostics address of the reader to the ID parameter in hexadecimal format. 2. Assign the value 2 to the INDEX parameter. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 352 18 ... 19 W#16#0805 / W#16#1005 Content identical to that of bytes 12 and 13. 20 ... 21 Value from the table under error ID of the error that occurred. messages SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 353: Service And Maintenance

    Siemens AG nevertheless recommends that you carefully clean the protective lens cover if it becomes dirty, to ensure consistent reading performance. Repair If you send in a reader to Siemens AG for repair, do not send the protective lens cover, lighting unit or other accessories. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 354 Service and maintenance 12.1 Maintenance and repair SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 355: Technical Data

    Mechanical environmental conditions for SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 Mechanical environmental conditions for operation SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 are designed for fixed installation in an environment protected from the weather and meet the conditions for use complying with DIN IEC 60721-3-3: Class 3M3 (mechanical requirements);...
  • Page 356 Transportation and storage of SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 Transportation and storage of modules SIMATIC MV440 exceeds the requirements of IEC 61131-2 for transportation and storage conditions. The following information applies to modules transported or stored in their original packaging.
  • Page 357 Technical data 13.1 General technical specifications Electromagnetic compatibility for SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 Electromagnetic compatibility Pulse-shaped interference Interference Test voltage Corr. to severity Electrostatic discharge ±8 kV Air discharge: • according to IEC 61000-4-2 ±6 kV Contact discharge: •...
  • Page 358: Technical Specifications Of The Reader

    Power down bridging time • (at 24 V DC) Power over Ethernet (PoE) Type 1, class 2 (6.49 W) Powered Device (PD) • Phantom power (IEEE 802.af) Type of supply • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 359 All values of the input signals are relative to the INPUT_COMMON signal. Strobe signal Fast strobe output Max. load current at 24 V DC: 25 mA All values of the strobe signal are relative to chassis ground of the power supply. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 360 All values of the input signals are relative to the INPUT_COMMON signal. Strobe signal Fast strobe output Max. load current at 24 V DC: 25 mA All values of the strobe signal are relative to chassis ground of the power supply. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 361: Technical Specifications Of The Interfaces

    Technical data 13.3 Technical specifications of the interfaces 13.3 Technical specifications of the interfaces SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 Power IO RS232 interface Figure 13-1 Plug pin assignment Table 13- 2 Power I/O RS232 cable, order number 6GF3440-8BA2 Power IO RS232 interface (socket)
  • Page 362 ASM interface (socket) ASM interface (socket) Connection Name Function 24 V DC supply voltage TXD_N Send data - Ground TXD_P Send data + RXD_P Received data + RXD_N Received data - connected Shield SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 363: Dimension Drawings

    SIEMENS SIMATIC MV440 ① ④ Protective cap for lens screw connection Ethernet socket ② ⑤ Power IO RS-232 socket LED displays ③ ASM socket Figure 14-1 Dimension drawing: SIMATIC MV440 reader SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 364 Dimension drawings SIMATIC MV420 reader ① ③ Swivel lens and lamp protection Ethernet socket ② ④ LED displays Power IO RS-232 socket Figure 14-2 Dimension drawing: SIMATIC MV420 reader SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 365 Torx screws M4x8 VS100 ③ ⑦ Socket for lighting unit Reader mounting plate ④ IP65 protective lens cover ∅ 50 Figure 14-3 Dimension drawing: SIMATIC MV440 with attached lighting unit and mounting plate SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 366 Dimension drawings Lighting unit SIMATIC Vision Sensor VS100 Figure 14-4 Dimension drawing: Lighting unit SIMATIC MV440 ring light holder Figure 14-5 Dimension drawing: Ring light holder SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 367 Dimension drawings SIMATIC MV440 mounting plate Figure 14-6 Dimension drawing: Mounting plate SIMATIC MV420 mounting plate with mounting bracket Figure 14-7 Dimension drawing of mounting plate with mounting bracket SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 368 Dimension drawings SIMATIC MV440 protective lens housing Figure 14-8 Dimension drawing: Protective lens cover ∅ 50 mm Figure 14-9 Dimension drawing: Protective lens cover ∅ 65 mm; metal/glass Figure 14-10 Dimension drawing: Protective lens cover ∅ 65 mm; plexiglass Built-in ring light SIMATIC MV440 Figure 14-11 Built-in ring light ∅...
  • Page 369: Components Of The Product/spares/accessories

    Components of the product/spares/accessories This section describes the components of the SIMATIC MV420/SIMATIC MV440 readers and their accessories. The readers can be ordered with various performance characteristics, for example with standard resolution or high resolution. Depending on the requirements and the application, the readers can be fitted with accessories.
  • Page 370 Image field and distance variable • With PoE • D65 lens cover, PC-PC • IP67 (order numbers 6GF3440-8AC11 and • 6GF3440-8AC21) IP40 (without order number 6GF3440- • 8AC118AC11 or 6GF3440-8AC21) No lighting, no lens • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 371 Image field and distance variable • With PoE • D65 lens cover, PC-PC • IP67 (order numbers 6GF3440-8AC11 and • 6GF3440-8AC21) IP40 (without order number 6GF3440-8AC11 or • 6GF3440-8AC21) No lighting, no lens • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 372: Accessories

    15.2.1.1 Further accessories You will find the accessories below: ● In catalog ID 10 ● On the Internet at SIMATIC Ident home page (http://www.siemens.com/ident) or Industry Mall Homepage (http://www.siemens.com/industrymall). Cables ● Ethernet/PROFINET - connectors fitted by user ● For ASM Lens accessories ●...
  • Page 373: External Lighting Units

    • Dimensions (W x H x D): • 175 x 225 x 3 mm Power supply unit Siemens recommends using the power supply unit to operate the external lighting unit: Order number Rail-mounted power supply unit Note 6GF9002-8PS SIMATIC VS100 DIN rail-mounted power Recommended cable 10 m long.
  • Page 374: Simatic Mv440 And Mv420 Documentation Package

    The SIMATIC MV440/SIMATIC MV420 Product CD-ROM contains the documentation package SIMATIC MV440/SIMATIC MV420 with: ● Operating Instructions SIMATIC MV440/SIMATIC MV420 in the languages: – German – English ● Compact operating instructions SIMATIC MV440 / SIMATIC MV420 in the languages: – German – English – Spanish – Italian –...
  • Page 375 All manuals for S7-200/300/400, C7, LOGO!, SIMATIC DP, PC, PG, STEP 7, ENGINEERING software, RUNTIME software, PCS 7, SIMATIC HMI, SIMATIC NET, SIMATIC MACHINE VISION, SIMATIC SENSORS ● in 5 Languages ● Order number: 6ES7998-8XC01-8YE0 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 376: Simatic Mv420

    Fittings for mounting • IP67 • 6GF3420-0AC00-1LK0 MV420 LENS KIT 16 mm F/4 Fixed focal distance (16 mm) • Fixed aperture (F/4) • MV420 protective tube • Fittings for mounting • IP67 • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 377 Height of field of vision (mm) Y axis Width of field of vision (mm) Diagonal Distance from camera to object (mm) For a focal distance of 6 mm Figure 15-1 16:10 format SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 378: Protective Tube

    For a focal distance of 16 mm Figure 15-2 16:10 format 15.2.2.3 Protective tube Order number Designation Note 6GF3420-0AC00-2AA0 MV420 protective tube, set of spares 2 x MV420 protective tube • Fittings supplied • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 379: Built-in Ring Light

    Fitted with M12 plug, 8-pin • Other 6XV1871-5... cables can and RJ-45 plug be found in the new catalog, Length: 2 m • ID10 ● 2013 and the Industry Mall. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 380 For network components • and CPs/CPUs with 6GK1901-1BB10-2AE0 Pack with 50 plugs Industrial Ethernet interface Note More cables and connectors You will find other cables and connectors in the Siemens AG ordering system. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 381 Suitable for all SIMATIC MV400 SIMATIC MV420 power IO RS- readers 232 cable M16 with connector prefitted • at one end Open end • Length: 10 m • Lines for I/O and RS232 • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 382: Simatic Mv440

    D = 29.5 mm, L = 38 mm • 6GF9001-1BK01 Tele lens 75 mm, Fixed focal distance • 1:2.8 PENTAX C7528-M(KP) Aperture and focus adjustable • D = 34 mm, L = 63.6 mm • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 383 ∅65 metal/glass Protective lens cover 6GF3440-8AC21 ∅65 metal/PMMA Lens cover ∅ 50 Protective lens cover 6GF9002-7AA Protects long lenses without internal lamp ∅50 metal/glass Protective lens cover 6GF9002-7AA01 ∅50 metal/PMMA SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 384 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 385 = 75; 1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75;1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T + 6GF9001-1BV SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 386 = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 387 [f in mm; light intensity] 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75;1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 388 = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T 6GF9001-1BK01 f = 75; 1:2,8 E; T SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 389: Protective Lens Cover

    ● Protective lens covers (diameter: 65 mm) which protect the lens and the internal lamp: – For built-in metal/glass lamps – For built-in plexiglass lamps ● Protective lens covers (diameter: 50 mm) for use with external lamps. This protective cover only protects the lens itself. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 390 Inner diameter: 53 mm • – ...-1BH01 Max. lens length: 57 mm • – ...-1BJ01 Suitable lamps (order • number): 6GF3440-8DA1 W x H x D [mm]: 65 x 65 x 60 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 391 • – 6GF9004-7BA01 Lenses with outer measurements: – -8DA01 • Diameter 41 mm/44.6 mm Length from mount: 65 mm, e.g. • – 6GF9001-1BL01 – 6GF9001-1BF01 – 6GF9001-1BG01 – 6GF9001-1BH01 – 6GF9001-1BJ01 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 392 Components of the product/spares/accessories 15.2 Accessories 15.2.3.4 Built-in ring light Order number Ring light Note 6GF3440-8DA11 SIMATIC MV440 built-in ring light red Fittings supplied: Light source: LED red (618 nm) IP67 (order numbers • • 6GF3440-8AC11 and Lighting distance up to 0.8 m •...
  • Page 393: Licenses

    Suitable for all SIMATIC MV440 readers Text-Genius Plus license (SIMATIC MV400) This license is suitable for all SIMATIC MV440 readers. It provides all functions of the Text- Genius license 6GF3400-0SL01 plus adjustment of plain text reading (OCR) for customer- specific fonts.
  • Page 394: Poe Switch

    • 6GK5324-4QG00-3HR2 15.2.3.8 Cables SIMATIC MV440 readers are fitted with three M12 plugs / M16 sockets. The connectors have the following functions: ● M12 – Ethernet cable M12/RJ-45 ● M12 – ASM cable ● M16 - Power IO RS-232 cable ●...
  • Page 395 15 m Special lengths with cable outlet Note Special lengths with 90° or 180° cable outlet You can order special lengths with a 90° or 180° cable outlet angle, at: (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/26999294) SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 396 Industrial Ethernet interface Note More cables and connectors You will find other cables and connectors in the Siemens AG ordering system. M12 – ASM cable This cable is for connection to ASM devices such as RFC180C and ASM456. Power can also be supplied via this cable allowing the reader to be operated with only one cable.
  • Page 397 Suitable for all SIMATIC MV400 SIMATIC MV420 power IO RS- readers 232 cable M16 with connector prefitted • at one end Open end • Length: 10 m • Lines for I/O and RS232 • SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 398 Components of the product/spares/accessories 15.2 Accessories SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 399: A.1 Service & Support

    (http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request) Contact partner If you have any further questions on the use of our products, please contact one of our representatives at your local Siemens office. The addresses are found on the following pages: ● On the Internet (http://www.siemens.com/automation/partner) ● In Catalog CA 01 ●...
  • Page 400 D-90327 Nuremberg. Phone: +49 (0) 180 523 56 11 (€ 0.14 /min. from the German landline network, deviating mobile communications prices are possible) For information about courses, see the SITRAIN homepage (http://www.sitrain.com). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 401: A.2 Directives And Declarations

    Appendix A.2 Directives and declarations Directives and declarations CE mark The SIMATIC MV420 and SIMATIC MV440 readers meet the requirements and protective aims of the following EU directive. EMC Directive The devices meet the requirements of the EU directive "89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility"...
  • Page 402 This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Avis Canadien Cet appareil numérique de la classe b est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. AUSTRALIA This product meets the requirements of the AS/NZS 3548 Norm (Class A). SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 403 The figure below shows the maximum electrostatic voltage which may build up on a person coming into contact with the materials indicated. These values correspond to IEC 801-2 specifications. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 404 In this way, the discharged energy can not affect the sensitive devices. Discharge your body before you start taking any measurements on a module. Do so by touching grounded metallic parts. Always use grounded measuring instruments. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 405 Domain Name System Digital Output Distributed Peripheral I/O Direct Part Marking Digital Versatile Disk EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory Electronic Industries Alliance Electro Magnetic Compatibility Europäische Norm (European standard) Product version SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 406 Personal Computer, a stationary single-user computer PELV Protective Extra Low Voltage Programming device Proxy Ident Function Block PROFIBUS Process Field Bus, international fieldbus standard to EN 50170/IEC 61158 Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (German technical inspectorate) Random Access Memory SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 407 Uniform Resource Locator Volt (SI unit of potential difference) Verband der Elektrotechnik, Elektronik und Informationstechnik (German Association for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies) Wide Area Network EXtensible Markup Language e.g. for example SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 408 List of abbreviations and acronyms SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 409: Glossary

    Integration is independent of the technology actually employed. The reader always communicates with the communication module via an RS-422 interface. Contour Solid line that runs completely along the border of an object, in other words, it consists solely of border points. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 410 IP addresses. DNS allows computers and services to be found based on user-friendly names and also allows other information stored in the database to be found. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 411 Data is sometimes saved in a different order in certain computer architectures. Intel-based computers, for example, save the data differently from the Siemens controllers (S7), namely, in reverse sequence. The byte sequence from Intel, termed Little Endian, is therefore the reverse S7 byte sequence, Big Endian.
  • Page 412 Main ROI or ROI Region of Interest. The main ROI is the area with characteristics of the specimens relevant for image processing. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 413 In other words, data is stored and retained on the reader if there is a power outage. Proxy Ident Function Block from PROFIBUS INTERNATIONAL, order no. 3.142. Pick-and-place Loading and removal of parts. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 414 An application relation (AR) is formed between an I/O controller and I/O device. Communication relations (CR) with varying properties are specified for the transfer of parameters, cyclic data communication and alarm handling based on this AR. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 415 At slow shutter speeds, there is greater risk that the image will suffer from "camera shake". SIMATIC S7 Siemens automation system with the controller families SIMATIC S7-300 and SIMATIC S7- 400. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440...
  • Page 416 The switch has properties similar to a bridge and is also known as a multi-port bridge. switching hub Ethernet switch is the shortened form, of and indicates the ability to operate switched Ethernet. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 417 The Web API is a web interface that can be used to program a custom user interface. Parameter values of the reader, for example, can be read and written via Web API. SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 418 Glossary SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 419: Index

    Finding the suitable lens, 381 Extras, 211 Connecting cables, 129 Options, 211 Connecting safety extra-low voltage SELV, 120 Connecting the power supply, 121 Connection Field of vision depending on camera distance SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 420 POWER, 333 Fuse, 354 STATE/SF, 333 Lens Suitable, 381 License Text-Genius license (SIMATIC MV440), 391 Guarantee, 14 Text-Genius Plus license (SIMATIC MV440), 391 Guidelines Transferring, 144 ESD guidelines, 401 Veri-Genius license (SIMATIC MV440), 391 Lighting, 207 Options, 207 Lighting unit, 364...
  • Page 421 SELV Protective cap for lens screw connection, 361 Connecting safety extra-low voltage, 120 Protective lens cover Server For built-in lamps (SIMATIC MV440), 388 Proxy, 354 For external lamps (SIMATIC MV440), 389 SIMATIC MV420 reader Installing the SIMATIC MV440 reader, 114...
  • Page 422 Calibrate reader for code verification, 193 Define verification settings, 193 Versions Available versions, 15 Worldwide Contacts, 12 XMATCH Structure of the user data, 311 XMATCH command, 310 XMATCH user data Examples, 314 SIMATIC MV420 / SIMATIC MV440 Operating Instructions, 04/2013, A5E02371045-06...
  • Page 424 Get more information www.siemens.com/simatic-ident Siemens AG Subject to change without prior notice Industry Sector A5E02371045-06 Sensors and Communication © Siemens AG 2009-2013 P.O. Box 48 48 90026 NÜRNBERG Industrielle GERMANY Schalttechnik SIRIUS www.siemens.com/automation...

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