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SIMATIC
SIMATIC Box PC 620
Manual
Edition 08/2001
C79000-G7076-C639-04
Preface, Table of Contents
Product Overview
Commissioning the SIMATIC Box
PC 620
Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620
Setting-up and Operating
the SIMATIC Box PC 620
SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions
Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620
Error Diagnosis
Hardware Information
Appendix
Guidelines for ESD
Glossary, Index
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  • Page 1 Product Overview SIMATIC Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Setting-up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620...
  • Page 2 Trademarks SIMATICR, SIMATIC HMI R and SIMATIC NETR are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. The remaining marks in this publication may be trademarks, whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner.
  • Page 3: Preface

    The content of this manual describes the as delivered condition of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 for January 2000. You will find the currently valid technical data for your device in the operating manual which is supplied with the device.
  • Page 4 Chapters 5 to 8 are reference sections you will require only in special cases. Installation Before you use the SIMATIC BOX PC 620 for the first time, read Chapter 2 about the possibilities for assembly and installation on the SIMATIC Box PC 620’s components and functionality.
  • Page 5 Please contact your Siemens contact person at a maintenance and repair location or the SIMATIC hotline iif you have any questions about using the SIMATIC Box PC 620 which are not answered in the manual. You will find the addresses in the operating manual.
  • Page 6 Preface SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    ... 4-13 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S7 Network (MPI/DP) ............
  • Page 8 ..........Self-Test of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 before Booting .
  • Page 9 ............. Index-1 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 10 Table of contents SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 11: Product Overview

    The SIMATIC Box PC 620 is intended for use in the industrial sector as well as in residential and commercial areas and small businesses. In addition to the industrial applications, it can also be used in building services automation or in facilities open to the public.
  • Page 12 Mounting brackets can be screwed on to these anchorage points. Functions The SIMATIC Box PC 620 is equipped with software that allows it to be used universally. The following software packages are available: S Operating system Windows NT Server or Workstation;...
  • Page 13 S The SIMATIC Box PC 620 can be set up and operated in a large number of different ways and positions, and can therefore be used practically everywhere it is needed.
  • Page 14 Product Overview SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 15: Commissioning The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Overview of Chapter In chapter you will find on page Unpacking and Checking the Scope of Delivery Installing the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Preparing for Operation Transport 2-11 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 16: Unpacking And Checking The Scope Of Delivery

    Recording the Serial Number Enter the serial no. of your SIMATIC Box PC 620 in the table. It is on the name plate above the floppy disk drive. If a programming device is stolen and subsequently submitted for repair, the repair center will be able to identify it by the serial number (F-No).
  • Page 17: Installing The Simatic Box Pc

    Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Installing the SIMATIC Box PC 620 The SIMATIC Box PC 620 can be operated in all the usual fitting positions. It is particularly suitable for fitting in consoles, switch boards and control panels. The SIMATIC Box PC 620 with AC power supply meets the requirements for a fire enclosure to EN60950.
  • Page 18 Figure 2-1 Screw Connection Points for Mounting Brackets (Cover Side Downwards) Instructions for wall and ceiling mounting To install the SIMATIC Box PC 620 in a concrete wall or ceiling proceed as follows: 1. Fix the mounting brackets at the housing of the PC.
  • Page 19 Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 297.2 mm 79.5 mm 11.701 ” 3.13 “ 232 mm 9.134 “ 26 mm 1.024 “ 11.2 mm 0.441 “ Figure 2-2 Dimension Drawings for Fitting in Control Panel with Installation Angle (Device without CD-ROM...
  • Page 20 Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 100 mm 297.2 mm 3.94 “ 11.701 ” Figure 2-3 Dimension Drawings for Fitting in Control Panel with Installation Angle (Device with CD–ROM Drive) SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 21 Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 267.2 mm 79.5 mm 10.52 “ 3.13 “ 11.2 mm 0.441 “ Figure 2-4 Dimension Drawings for Fitting in Control Panel without Installation Angle SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 22 Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Permissible Fitting Positions of the PC with Floppy Disk Drive An inclined position of ± 20_ is allowed in each of the permissible fitting positions. Ports Ports Ports Ports Preferred position This fitting position is permissible in devices without an FDD...
  • Page 23: Preparing For Operation

    Make sure that the socket on the device or the grounding outlet of the building installation is easily accessible and as near as possible to the device. The SIMATIC Box PC 620 has no mains switch. The mains plug must be pulled out for complete mains separation. This point must be easily accessible.
  • Page 24 Figure 2-7 Connecting and Switching on the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Switching off the SIMATIC Box PC 620 The SIMATIC Box PC 620 has no mains switch and is switched off after only disconnection from the mains. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual...
  • Page 25: Transport

    Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Transport Transporting Despite the fact that the SIMATIC Box PC 620 is of rugged design, its internal components are sensitive to severe vibrations or shock. You must therefore protect the PC from severe mechanical stress when transporting it.
  • Page 26 Commissioning the SIMATIC Box PC 620 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 2-12 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 27: Welcome To The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Overview of Chapter In chapter you will find on page Right-Hand Side of the Device (Port Side) Left-Hand Side of the Device (Drive Side) Ports PC Card Port Drives Backup Battery 3-14 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual...
  • Page 28: Right-hand Side Of The Device (port Side)

    Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Right-Hand Side of the Device (Port Side) Mouse COM1/V24/AG COM2 PCI-Slot PCI/ISA-Slot Keyboard LPT1/Printer MPI/DP Ethernet PC-Card Figure 3-1 Right-Hand Side of the Device with Ports Without TTY for the basic variant of the Box PC...
  • Page 29 Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connections Function VGA port for connecting an external monitor, 15 pins, subminiature Cannon connector, sockets COM1/V24/AG * Serial port 1 (V24, via BIOS-Setup can be switched to TTY) 25pin), 25 pins, subminiature Cannon...
  • Page 30: Left-hand Side Of The Device (drive Side)

    (LS120 as an option) Front ports Connection of front elements Reset button Reset of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 (cold start) Reset Button The reset button can be actuated with a pointed object (e.g. an opened up paper clip). If you actuate, the button, a hardware reset is triggered. The PC restarts.
  • Page 31: Ports

    Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Ports Front Ports The front ports are located behind the cover below the floppy disk drive. They are used for connection of the following front elements: S I/O port for the connection of front components...
  • Page 32 Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting USB Devices You can connect peripheral devices with USB interfaces to the USB port. S Plug the USB cable into the port The device connected in this way is available as soon as it has been registered by the Plug and Play operating system (e.g.
  • Page 33: Pc Card Port

    Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 PC Card Port Cardbus cards and PCMCIA cards can be operated through the PC card port of the SIMATIC Box PC 620. PC card port Figure 3-4 PC Card Port The following is to be observed when working with cardbus/PC cards: 1.
  • Page 34 Note the following when installing these cards: Note Depending on the configuration of the SIMATIC Box PC 620, there may not be any free interrupts available for operating PC Cards. You have to reserve the necessary PC card interrupts in the BIOPS setup menu as follows: Set the necessary interrupt via Advanced >...
  • Page 35: Drives

    Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Drives The SIMATIC Box PC 620 is equipped as standard with a 3.5” disk drive or an LS120 drive and a 3.5” hard disk drive. 3.5.1 Disk Drive (Depending on the Device Configuration) You can store programs and data on diskettes with the disk drive and load them from diskettes into the SIMATIC Box PC 620.
  • Page 36: Ls 120 Drive (depending On Device Configuration)

    3.5.2 LS 120 Drive (Depending on Device Configuration) The SIMATIC Box PC 620 can be equipped with an LS 120 drive as an alternative to a floppy disk drive. Larger volumes of data can be stored on LS 120 data carriers than on a 1.44 MB floppy disk drive.
  • Page 37: Cd-rom Drive (depending On The Device Equipment)

    CD-ROM Drive (Depending on the Device Equipment) Depending on the device equipment, a CD-ROM drive is fitted in the SIMATIC Box PC 620. The fitting depth of the PC is increased by 20 mm as a re- sult. The CD-ROM drive allows you to read CDs.
  • Page 38 Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Closing the Drawer Push in the drawer until it closes completely. Do not press the eject button. Note The EJECT function offered by various applications for opening the CD ROM drawer does not work with this drive.
  • Page 39 Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 CD-ROM Front Drawer Eject button Emergency eject Access LED Figure 3-7 CD-ROM Front Caution Risk of data loss and damage to the drive! CD-ROM drives are sensitive to vibrations and shock. Any vibrations occuring during operation can lead to damage to the drive or CD.
  • Page 40: Backup Battery

    Do not recharge the battery, do not open the battery by force. The correct lithium battery is available from Siemens (order no.: W79084-E1003-B1). Return used batteries to the manufacturer/recycler or dispose of them according to local regulations.
  • Page 41 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to the Power Supply Connecting Peripheral Units Working with PC Cards 4-10 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to other SIMATIC S5 Units 4-13 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S7 Network 4-18...
  • Page 42: Connecting The Simatic Box Pc 620 To The Power Supply

    Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to the Power Supply Connecting to the Power Supply You can operate the SIMATIC Box PC 620 on 120 V and 230 V power systems using the external power supply unit. The voltage is selected automatically.
  • Page 43 When plugging in/unplugging peripheral connections (keyboard, mouse, printer etc.) the SIMATIC box PC 620 must be switched off (not for PC-Card and USB- devices). In the case of non-observance, this can lead to damage to the PC.
  • Page 44 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Country-Specific Information For the United States and Canada: In the United States and Canada USA, a CSA or UL-listed power supply cable must be used. The male plug is a 5-15 style.
  • Page 45: Connecting Peripheral Devices

    Connecting the Printer to the Parallel Port Proceed as follows to connect your printer: 1. Switch off the SIMATIC Box PC 620 and the printer. 2. Plug the printer cable into the LPT1 parallel port. 3. Connect the printer cable to the printer.
  • Page 46 Connecting the Monitor Figure 4-3 Proceed as follows to connect your monitor: 1. Switch the SIMATIC Box PC 620 and the monitor off. 2. Insert the monitor lead in the VGA socket. 3. Screw down the plug. 4. Connect the monitor cable to the monitor.
  • Page 47 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Using a Mouse You can connect both a PS/2-USB and a serial mouse to the SIMATIC Box PC 620. Connecting a PS/2 Mouse You can connect an external PS/2 mouse or another external pointing device to an additional PS/2-compatible mouse connector.
  • Page 48 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting a PS/2 Keyboard A PS/2 keyboard of your choice can be connected to the SIMATIC Box PC 620. PS/2 keyboard connection Figure 4-5 Connecting a PS/2 Keyboard To connect the keyboard, proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 49 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting USB Periphery You can connect peripheral devices with USB interfaces to the USB port. S Plug the USB cable into the port. The device is automatically detected by a Plug and Play operating system, e.g.
  • Page 50: Working With Pc Cards

    PC Cards The PC card interface supports Cardbus-Cards (32 Bit) and PCMCIA-Cards (16 Bit). The SIMATIC Box PC 620 has one PC card port. You can plug commu- nication modules for MODEM, FAX-MODEM, ISDN, Token Ring, ETHERNET, memory expansion and SCSI interface modules in credit-card format into these ports.
  • Page 51 Note the following when installing these cards: Note Depending on the configuration of the SIMATIC Box PC 620, there may not be any free interrupts available for operating PC Cards. You have to reserve the necessary PC card interrupts in the BIOPS setup menu as follows: Set the necessary interrupt via Advanced >...
  • Page 52 Box PC 620. The front face generally bears the company and product designation and is labeled ”This side up”, or words to that effect. You might damage the SIMATIC Box PC 620 and the PC card if you attempt to insert the PC card the wrong way round.
  • Page 53: Connecting The Simatic Box Pc 620 To Other Simatic S5

    Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to other SIMATIC S5 Point-To-Point Connection In this section, you will learn how to connect your SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a programming device or S5 programmable logic controller using a point-to-point connection.
  • Page 54 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to an S5 Programmable Logic Controller You can connect the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S5 programmable logic controller using the COM1/TTY interface port. The cable for connecting to SIMATIC S5 CPUs is supplied with the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ( Order no.: 6ES5734-2BD20).
  • Page 55 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 via an Adapter The connecting cable 6ES5 734-2BD20 is supplied with the SIMATIC Box PC 620. An adapter is available for connecting the programmable controller using old standard cables. Tabelle 4-1...
  • Page 56 For the PC/PU connection, you must switch the TTY ports (COM 1) in one of the programmable logic controllers to passive by changing the jumper setting. When the SIMATIC Box PC 620 leaves the factory, this interface is always set to active! SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual...
  • Page 57 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Switching the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to Active/Passive When your SIMATIC Box PC 620 is supplied, the COM1 (TTY) serial port is active (20 mA current loop). When you connect two programming devices using the COM1 (TTY) serial port, you must deactivate the port on one of these devices.
  • Page 58: Connecting The Simatic Box Pc 620 To A Simatic S7 Network (mpi/dp)

    (MPI/DP) Connecting an S7 Programmable Controller via MPI/DP Interface You can connect the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S7 automation system or to a PROFIBUS network via the potentially isolated*) MPI/DP port**) . The MPI cable (5m) for connection to SIMATIC S7 CPUs (order no.: 6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0) is supplied with the SIMATIC Box PC 620.
  • Page 59 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting Via the MPI/DP interface, you can connect your PC to S MPI networks (S7-200, S7-300, and S7-400) or S PROFIBUS DP networks (DP components). MPI/PROFIBUS Network Up to 32 devices (PC, programming device, or programmable controller) can be connected to the MPI/DP interface to form a network segment.
  • Page 60: Networking The Simatic Box Pc 620 With Other Stations On Profibus

    Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Networking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 with Other Stations on PROFIBUS Networking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 on PROFIBUS PROFIBUS is an open and robust bus system for industrial use. It can be used to configure networks with up to 32 stations per segment.
  • Page 61: Networking The Simatic Box Pc 620 And Other Computers On Industrial Ethernet

    Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Networking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 and Other Computers on Industrial Ethernet Networking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 on Industrial Ethernet Industrial Ethernet is a bus system for industrial use based on Ethernet (ISO 8802/3).
  • Page 62 Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 4-22 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 63: Simatic Box Pc 620 Expansions

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions What Does This Chapter Contain? You can enhance the performance of your SIMATIC Box PC 620 by adding additional memory. This chapter describes how to expand your SIMATIC Box PC 620. Please observe the relevant safety guidelines.
  • Page 64: Opening The Unit

    No liability can be accepted for impairment of functions caused by the use of devices and components of other manufacturers. All the modules and components in the SIMATIC Box PC 620 are electrostatically sensitive. Please read the ESD guidelines at the end of this book carefully. The following symbol warns that electrostatically-sensitive modules are present.
  • Page 65 S Never operate the SIMATIC Box PC 620 with the cover open. Tools You can carry out all necessary installation work on the SIMATIC box PC 620 with screwdrivers of the type TORX T10 and TORX T8. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual...
  • Page 66: Opening The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Opening the SIMATIC BOX PC 620 To open the SIMATIC Box PC 620, proceed as follows: 1. Switch off the SIMATIC Box PC 620, pull out the power supply connector, and remove all connecting cables from the unit, including the keyboard cable.
  • Page 67: Components Visible After Opening The Unit

    Once you have removed the top cover of your unit, the components are visible. Floppy drive or LS 120 Power supply unit Bus board Memory extension Processor Figure 5-2 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Open SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 68: Block Diagram Of The Motherboard

    LVDS 5V–CMOS P&D– I/O–SS AD ( 0..31) Cntl. AD(0:31) AD ( 0..31) CTRL Cntl. MD(0.63) Module ID CTRL 3,3V–PCI RISER AD(0:31) CTRL AD(0:31) SD(0:7) XD(0:7) Figure 5-3 Block Diagram, SIMATIC Box PC 620 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 69: The Motherboard

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 5.1.5 The Motherboard The motherboard is the heart of the SIMATIC Box PC 620. Here, data is processed and stored, and interfaces and device I/Os are controlled and managed. 14 (up) 18 (up) 16 (up)
  • Page 70 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Components on the Motherboard The following components are located on the motherboard of the SIMATIC Box PC 620: Serial Functions Number Processor module with heat sink Connector for fan Loudspeaker Connector for clock battery System memory, 2 slots...
  • Page 71: Installing Memory Expansion Submodules

    Standard Memory The motherboard has 2 slots for 144 pin SO DIMM memory submodules. This allows you to expand the memory capacity of your SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a maximum of 512 Mbytes. Either one or two modules can be installed.
  • Page 72 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Caution The electronic components of the printed circuit boards are extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Certain precautionary measures are therefore necessary when handling such components. These measures are explained in the guidelines for handling electrostatically sensitive devices at the end of this manual.
  • Page 73: Replacing The Backup Battery

    A backup battery (3.6 V-lithium battery) powers the the real-time clock even after the SIMATIC Box PC 620 is switched off. In addition to the time of day, all the in- formation about the SIMATIC Box PC 620 (device configuration) is stored in RAM.
  • Page 74 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Backup battery removed Figure 5-6 Position of the Backup Battery Caution Risk of damage! Only replace the lithium battery with an identical battery or with a type recommended by the manufacturer (Order No.: W79084-E1003-B1). Dispose of used batteries in keeping with local regulations.
  • Page 75: Installation Of Expansion Cards

    Installation of Expansion Cards Notes about the Cards The SIMATIC Box PC 620 is designed for the use with cards as per the AT/ PCI specification.The dimensions of the cards may not exceed the stated dimensions. If the height is exceeded, contact problems, malfunctions and difficulties with the assembly cannot be excluded.
  • Page 76 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 174,63 mm 6,875” Figure 5-9 Short PCI Cards (5 V) 265 mm 10,48 ” Figure 5-10 Long PCI Cards (5 V) Note about Long PCI Cards Before long PCI cards can be inserted into the guides of the fan trough, they must be fitted with a so-called extender (this should form part of the scope of supply of long PCI boards).
  • Page 77: Removal And Installation Of The Device For Holding Down The Modules

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 5.4.1 Removal and Installation of the Device for Holding Down the modules The device for holding down the modules is attached to the housing with a screw. It has three slits, through which the slide elements are inserted.
  • Page 78 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Aligning the Holding-Down Device Proceed as follows to install the holding-down device. 1. Insert the slide element through the guide slit until it is resting firmly on the module. The module must now be introduced into the notch.
  • Page 79: Removal And Installation Of An Expansion Card

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 5.4.2 Removal and Installation of an Expansion Card Proceed as follows: 1. Open the housing as described in Section 5.1. 2. Remove all connectors from the expansion card and note the assignment. 3. Remove the device for holding down the modules as described in Section 5.4.1.
  • Page 80: Removal And Installation Of Drives

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of Drives 5.5.1 Removal and Installation of the Hard Disk Drive 1. Undo the 4 screws on the back of the housing. 2. Open the drive holder. 3. Detach the drive holder from the mounting and lay the drive holder with its top on the housing.
  • Page 81 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Figure 5-14 Hard Disk Drive with Holder Removed SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 5-19 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 82: Removal And Installation Of A Cd-rom Drive

    4. Remove the CD-ROM drive from the mounting and carefully pull off the data cable. 5. Proceed in the reverse order to fit the new drive. Fixing screws for CD-ROM cover CD-ROM drive with cover Figure 5-15 SIMATIC Box PC 620 with CD-ROM Drive SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 5-20 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 83: Removal And Installation Of The Floppy Drive

    6. Proceed in the reverse order to fit the new drive. The new drive must be of the same type as the one removed. Fixing screws of the floppy drive Figure 5-16 Installation of the Floppy Disk Drive in the SIMATIC Box PC 620 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 5-21...
  • Page 84: Removal And Installation Of The Ls 120 Drive

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 5.5.4 Removal and Installation of the LS 120 Drive The removal and installation of the LS120 drive takes place with the same steps as for the floppy drive. 1. Open the housing as described in Section 5.1.
  • Page 85: Removal And Installation Of The Power Supply Unit

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Power Supply Unit 1. Open the system housing as described in Section 5.1. 2. Remove the drive holder as described in Section 5.5.1. 3. Undo and remove the 3 screws of the cover of the power supply unit from the housing.
  • Page 86: Removal And Installation Of The Bus Board

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Bus Board 1. Open the housing as described in Section 5.1. 2. Remove all the modules from the slots (proceed as described in Section 5.4.2.). 3. Remove the drive holder as described in Section 5.5.1.
  • Page 87: Removal And Installation Of The Motherboard

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 5.7.1 Removal and Installation of the Motherboard 1. Open the housing as described in Section 5.1. 2. Remove all the modules from the slots (proceed as described in Section 5.4.2). 3. Remove the drive holder as described in Section 5.5.1.
  • Page 88: Removal And Installation Of The Fan

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Fan The SIMATIC Box PC 620 is cooled by means of a fan which sucks hot air out of the housing. 1. Open the housing as described in Section 5.1.
  • Page 89: Processor Upgrade

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Processor Upgrade You can boost the performance of your SIMATIC Box PC 620 by installing other Celeron or Pentium processors. Consult your local service partner or distributor. Caution Risk of damage! Due to differences in processor voltage, motherboards may only be used with compatible processors.
  • Page 90: Switch Settings / Jumpers

    SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 5.10 Switch Settings / Jumpers TTY Jumpers (S1) S1-1 S1-2 Function Active TTY port (standard setting) TTY send loop separate from power source (passive setting) TTY receive loop separate from power source (passive setting) Figure 5-23 Switch Setting TTY Port Active For TTY operation of the COM1 port, the settings in the setup menu have to be changed (see Section 6.1.2).
  • Page 91: Reset Button

    A hardware reset is initiated by means of the reset button on your device. The PC is restarted. In the SIMATIC Box PC 620 the reset button is on the drive side beside the floppy drive. The reset button can be only actuated with a pointed object (e.g. a ball-point pen or an opened-up paper clip).
  • Page 92 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 5-30 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 93: Configuring The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 What Does This Chapter Contain? In this chapter, you will learn how to configure your programming device. You need to do this if you change your system by adding, removing, or exchanging expansion modules and memory expansions, or by replacing a system module.
  • Page 94: Changing The Device Configuration With Setup

    Changing the Device Configuration with SETUP Changing the Device Configuration Your SIMATIC Box PC 620 device configuration is set for working with the software supplied with the unit. You should only change the preset values if you have modified your Box PC in any way or if a fault occurs when the unit is powered up.
  • Page 95 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Screen Display Following Power On With the default setting of your PC, the display shown below appears following power-on: Phoenix BIOS 4.0 A5E00016562–ES04 Copyright 1985-98 Phoenix Technologies Ltd. All Rights Reserved. SIMATIC Box PC 620 V07.01.04 CPU = PentiumII...
  • Page 96 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Menu Structure The screen is divided into four sections. In the top section, you can select the menu screens [Main], [Advanced], [Security], [Power], [Boot Sequence], [Version], [Exit]. In the left of the center section you can select various settings or submenus.
  • Page 97: The Main Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.1 The Main Menu PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help System Time: [ 15:35:32 ] [ 01/23/1999 ] System Date: Shift-Tab , or Enter selects field.
  • Page 98 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 System Time und System Date Uhrzeit und Datum System Time and System Date indicate the current values. Once you have selected the appropriate option, you can use the [+] and [–] keys to modify the time...
  • Page 99 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Primary Master Primary Slave Secondary Master/ Secondary Slave The system jumps to the following submenu when you select this type of menu field: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Primary Master [4326MB] Item Specific Help Type:...
  • Page 100 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 “Multi Sector-Transfer” Field The entry in the Multi-Sector Transfer field defines the number of sectors transferred per interrupt. The value depends on the drive and should be set only by setting the Type field to Auto.
  • Page 101 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ”Memory Cache” Field The following pop-up menu appears when you select the option “Memory cache” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Item Specific Help [ 15:35:32 ] System Time: [ 01/23/1999 ]...
  • Page 102 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Option ”Boot Options” The following submenu appears when you select the option “Boot Options” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Boot Options Item Specific Help QuickBoot Mode: [Enabled] Allows the system to skip cer- tain tests while booting.
  • Page 103 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Floppy check The floppy head is stepped inward and then back to its original position during the system run-up phase. This test is useful because it reinitializes the drive. Summary The most important system parameters are displayed when the system screen run-up phase completes.
  • Page 104 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Option “Keyboard Features” The following submenu appears if you select the “Keyboard Features” field in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Keyboard Features Item Specific Help [On] Numlock: Selects Power-on state for Numlock on next boot...
  • Page 105 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ”Hardware Options” Field The following submenu appears when you select the “Hardware Options” field in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Hardware Options Item Specific Help PCI - MPI / DP: [Enabled] Enable or disable the...
  • Page 106 [Internal] Trackball / The PS/2 port is activated. PS/2 Mouse This is the default for the SIMATIC Box PC 620, the trackball is activated in this setting. IRQ 12 is assigned. [External] The PS/2 port is activated, IRQ12 is assigned. The keyboard trackball is disabled, an external PS/2 mouse must be connected.
  • Page 107: The Advanced Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.2 The Advanced Menu Menu Structure PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Advanced Setup Warning: Item Specific Help Setting items on this menu to incorrect values may cause your system to malfunction.
  • Page 108 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Large Disk [DOS] The drive tables are adapted for DOS access operations Access Mode in accordance with Enhanced IDE. [OTHER] The tables are not adapted. Hard Disk [Disabled] No additional start-up delay for the hard disk.
  • Page 109 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Printer Port Internal LPT1 Mode: Use this setting to set the operating mode of the printer interface. Refer to the table below to ensure that the setting matches the printer connected to the printer port.
  • Page 110 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 PCI Configuration Submenu PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Advanced PCI Configuration Item Specific Help PCI Device, Slot #1 Setup items for configuring The specific PCI device PCI Device, Slot #2 on board PCI Ehternet PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion...
  • Page 111 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Option ROM [Enabled] The option ROM of the PCI module (if present) is Scan: enabled [Disabled] The option ROM of a PCI module is disabled. Enable Master: [Enabled] This slot can assume the PCI master function [Disabled] This slot can only operate as a PCI slave.
  • Page 112 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Submenu “PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion” Available means that the Plug and Play mechanism in BIOS can allocate the IRQ to Plug and Play submodules or motherboard functions. Use the ’Reserved’ setting only if the interrupt has to be assigned specifically to PCMCIA submodules with no Plug and Play capability.
  • Page 113 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Option “PCI IRQ line” PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility. Advanced Item Specific Help PCI Configuration PCI devices can use hardware interrupts cal- led IRQs. A PCI device PCI/PNP ISA Resource Exclusion cannot use IRQs already in use by ISA or EISA de-...
  • Page 114: The Security Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.3 The Security Menu Summary You can only edit the fields enclosed in square brackets. Two passwords are assigned to protect your PC from unauthorized use. You can use the supervisor password to prevent use of diskettes for the normal user and to limit use of the hard disk.
  • Page 115 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Diskette This mode of protection is not active unless ”Password on boot ” is set to access [enabled]. [Supervisor] Diskette access is not possible unless the supervisor password was entered during system boot. [User] Diskette access is not possible unless the user password was entered during system boot.
  • Page 116: The Power Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.4 The Power Menu Summary This menu has the following structure. PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help APM: [Enabled] Power Savings: [Disabled] APM (Advanced Power Management) allows APM aware software to...
  • Page 117 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Hard Disk [Disabled] The hard disk does not shut down. Timeout [10, 15, 30, 60] Time since the last hard-disk access, the hard disk is shut down. The next time it is accessed, the hard disk starts spinning again after a brief delay.
  • Page 118: The Boot Sequence Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.5 The Boot Sequence Menu Summary This menu allows you to prioritize the boot devices. PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help + Diskette Drive + Removable Device...
  • Page 119 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Groups marked + can contain more than one device. When you select a group marked in this way, hit Enter to view the list of devices in the group. See the figure below for an illustration:...
  • Page 120: The Version Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.6 The Version Menu This menu contains the information you will have to quote when you send us technical questions about your system. PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help...
  • Page 121: The Exit Menu

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.7 The Exit Menu The Exit Menu The setup program is always terminated using this menu. PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help Save Changes & Exit Exit Without Saving Changes...
  • Page 122: Default Setup Settings

    Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 6.1.8 Default Setup Settings Documenting Your Device Configuration If you have made any modifications to the default Setup settings, you can enter them in the following table. You can then refer to these entries if you need to make any hardware modifications later.
  • Page 123 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Systemparameter Default Settings YourEntries CRT 640 x 480 75 Hz CRT 800 x 600 75 Hz CRT 1024 x 768 75 Hz LCD Screensize Graph&Text Expanded DSTN Contrast Trackball / PS2 Mouse Auto Advanced...
  • Page 124 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Systemparameter Default Settings YourEntries Local Bus IDE adapter Primary & Secondary Large Disk Access Mode Hard Disk Pre-Delay Disabled Memory Gap at 15 Mbyte Disabled Security Supervisor Password Is Disabled User Password Is Disabled...
  • Page 125: Configuring The Pc Card

    S Card Services S Client Drivers S Flash File System from the nearest Siemens sales office or representative. Your PC comes supplied with Windows 98 / NT4 / 2000 already installed; this sup- ports the PC Card interface. After configuration, the computer must be rebooted.
  • Page 126 Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 6-34 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 127: Error Diagnosis

    Error Diagnosis Overview of Chapter In chapter you will find on page Diagnosing errors Self-test of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 before booting SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 128: Diagnosing Errors

    Check setup entry ”disabled” in setup moved Mouse cursor moves jerkily Mouse ball is dirty Clean mouse ball and housing Drive cover cannot be opened Filter cover is not located Press filter cover on firmly correctly SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 129: Self-test Of The Simatic Box Pc 620 Before Booting

    Error Diagnosis Self-Test of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 before Booting When the PC is powered up, it runs a self-test (POST = Power On Self Test). If the POST detects a fault, it outputs the sequence of beeps (beep code) assigned for the fault.
  • Page 130 Reset the interrupt controller TP_COMPUTE_SPEED Determine the clock pulse speed TP_740_INIT Initialize the PG 740 I/Os TP_CMOS_TEST Test the CMOS RAM TP_ADV_CS_CONFIG Configure the advanced chip set TP_VECTOR_INIT Initialize the interrupt vectors TP_COPYRIGHT Test the copyright SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 131 Determine the serial interfaces TP_LPT Determine the parallel interface TP_IO_AFTER Reenable the IO circuits TP_FDISK_CFG_IDE_CTRLR Configure the IDE controller TP_ENABLE_NMI Enable the NMI TP_FLOPPY Initialize the floppy controller TP_FDISK Initialize the hard disk controller SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 132 This signal means that the initialization of the special PC hardware has been skipped. If your SIMATIC Box PC 620 does not power up properly, you can advise the hotline of the hex code of the POST. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual...
  • Page 133: Hardware Information

    In chapter you will find on page Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum Values) Overview of the Components and Ports Hardware Address Table Interrupt Assignment Video Modes of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 8-10 Monitoring Functions 8-11 Ports 8-14 Bus Unit...
  • Page 134: Current Requirement Of The Components (maximum Values)

    1.7 A 0.080 A 0.1 A 0.2 A configuration) Total power consumption Alternative 5V or 3.3V 11A, if the total power consumption is not exceeded 3A, if the total power consumption is not exceeded SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 135: Overview Of The Components And Ports

    (500mA) USB ports (1x external and 1x internal) Ethernet 10BaseT/100Base-TX (Intel 82559) 10/100 Mbps, potentially isolated * Electrically isolated in a safety extra-low voltage circuit (SELV) Not available for the basic variant of the Box PC SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 136: Hardware Address Table

    S The CPU address area 00F0 0000 to 00FF FFFF is mapped in the ISA address area 00F0 0000 to 00FF FFFF (16 MByte memory window). This setting can be toggled on or off in setup. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 137 This list is not absolute, since Windows allocates the resources. It is therefore altogether possible that other addresses are occupied in some cases. The assignment used can be found in the WINDOWS “resource report”. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 138: Index

    Chips and Tech. 69000 03F0 03F5 FD controller 03F6 03F6 First IDE channel, command 03F7 03F7 First IDE channel, status 03F8 03FF COM 1 Can be deactivated 04D0 04D1 Motherboard resources 0CF8 0CFF PCI bus PCI BUS SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 139: Dma Assignments

    Channel 8 / 16 bits Free 8 / 16 bits Free 8 / 16 bits Floppy 8 / 16 bits Free Cascading of DMA controllers 16 bits Free 16 bits Free 16 bits Free SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 140: Interrupt Assignments

    Interrupt Assignments Interrupt Assignment In the SIMATIC Box PC 620, the 16 hardware interrupts (IRQ 0 to IRQ 15) are processed by two integrated interrupt controllers of the type 82C59. The INT output of the slave controller is connected to the IRQ 2 input of the master controller.
  • Page 141 These components can be disabled via the BIOS Setup. The functions are then no longer available and the resources freed for other components. The onboard port is Plug and Play capable, the occupied resources are administered by the BIOS. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 142: Video Modes

    1280x1024 43(I)/60 60Hz 102h size 800x600 56/60/75/85 60Hz 101h size 640x480 60/75/85 60Hz 100h size 640x480 60Hz 103h size 800x600 56/60/75/85 60Hz 105h size 1024x768 43(I)/60/75/85 60Hz 107h size 1280x1024 43(I)/60 60Hz SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-10 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 143: Monitoring Functions

    Signals on the Front Interface The meaning of the indicators is as follows: GREEN Watchdog not Watchdog active Watchdog executed active Temp System switched Inside temperature Inside temperature outside the normal permissible range. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-11 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 144: Temperature Monitoring/indication

    The temperature error remains saved until the temperature thresholds are again exceeded and are reset by one of the following measures: S Acknowledge the error message via the SOM program S Restarting the device. The lower processor speed can affect how programs run. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-12 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 145: Watchdog (wd)

    The monitoring times are adjustable in increments of one second in a range from 3 to 255 seconds. Note If the watchdog time is changed after the watchdog was activated (i.e. while the watchdog is running), the watchdog is retriggered! SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-13 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 146: Ports

    Hardware Information Ports The following ports are available on the motherboard of the SIMATIC Box PC 620: S External ports for the connection of external devices S Interfaces for the connection of display devices S Ports for internal connections (drives, bus boards etc.) The connector assignments of the individual ports are described in the following chapters.
  • Page 147 Hardware Information Serial Port COM1 (PLC/V.24/Modem) * The serial port (COM 1) on the SIMATIC Box PC 620 has the following pinout: Figure 8-1 COM 1 Serial Port (Socket Connector) Pin No. Designation Description Input /Output TxD (D1) Serial transmit data...
  • Page 148 13 not assigned Housing Ground The V24 and TTY interfaces for COM1 can be alternately used. The factory set default value is V24 operation. Switching from V24 to TTY operation is described in Section 6.1.2. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-16 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 149 Hardware Information Serial Port COM2 (V24/Mouse) The serial port (COM 2) on the SIMATIC Box PC 620 has the following pinout: Figure 8-2 Serial Port COM 2 (Connector) Pin No. Designation Description Input /Output DCD (M5) Receiving signal level Input...
  • Page 150: Parallel Port Lpt1

    Hardware Information Parallel Port LPT1 The parallel port (LPT 1) on the SIMATIC Box PC 620 has the following pinout: Figure 8-3 Parallel Port LPT 1 (Socket) Pin No. Signal Designation Input /Output / Strobe (CLK) Output (open collector) Data - Bit 0...
  • Page 151 Hardware Information PS/2 Mouse Port You can connect an external PS/2 mouse to your SIMATIC Box PC 620. The connector has the following pinout: View of socket connector Figure 8-4 Connector Pinout for a PS/2 Mouse Pin No. Designation Input /Output...
  • Page 152 Hardware Information PS/2 Keyboard with Trackball Port You can connect an external keyboard to your SIMATIC Box PC 620. The connector has the following pinout: View onto the socket Figure 8-5 Connector Pinout for an External Keyboard Connecting Cable Pin-No.
  • Page 153 The Universal Serial Bus port has the following pinout: Contact Signal Meaning Number Name - Data + Data Ground The connector is of type A. The port is rated as a high current USB (500mA). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-21 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 154 Hardware Information MPI/DP Socket Connector * The MPI/DP socket connector on the SIMATIC box PC 620 has the following pinout: Figure 8-6 MPI/DP Socket Connector Pin No. Designation Description Input/output Pin 1 is not assigned Pin 2 is not assigned...
  • Page 155 Hardware Information Ethernet RJ45 Connection Pin no. Meaning TD– 4, 5 * internally terminated RD– 7, 8 * internally terminated LED yellow Link LED green Activity is not required for data transfer SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-23 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 156 Hardware Information VGA Socket Connector The VGA socket connector on the SIMATIC Box PC 620 has the following pinout: Figure 8-7 VGA Socket Connector Pin No. Designation Description Input/Output R_EXT Output G_EXT Green Output B_EXT Blue Output Ground Ground Ground...
  • Page 157: Assignment Of The Front Ports On The Motherboard

    The display is selected and the D-STN/TFT signals allocated automatically in accordance with the coding of the Display Select inputs. The maximum cable length is 50 cm with a display clock rate of 25 MHz. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-25 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 158 Lower Data Bit 5 Signal Blue Bit 4 Lower Data Bit 4 Signal Blue Bit 5 (MSB) VCON Contrast voltage Data enable ENAB Data enable DispOn Display On DispOn Display On Res. Reserved Res. Reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-26 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 159 RXIN1+ LVDS Input signal Bit 1 (+) RXIN2- LVDS Input signal Bit 2 (-) RXIN2+ LVDS Input signal Bit 2 (+) RXCLKIN- LVDS clock pulse (-) RXCLKIN+ LVDS clock pulse (+) Reserved Reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-27 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 160 No display / DDC selected display SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-28 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 161 TEMP_ERR LED temperature error, anode with 1kΩ in series on motherboard RUN_R LED watchDog error, anode with 1kΩ in series on motherboard RUN_G LED watchdog o.k., anode with 1kΩ in series on motherboard SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-29 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 162: Assignment Of The Internal Ports On The Motherboard

    2.5” hard disks internal 170h-177h, 1F0h-1F7h, can be disabled IRQ14, IRQ15, edge-triggered 44 pin, 2mm male connector (2.5” HD, pri- mary), a maximum of two drives are operable SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-30 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 163 Not available for the basic variant of the Box PC Port to the Bus Unit (X1) The SIMATIC Box PC 620 has a bus unit with a PCI slot and a shared ISA /PCI slot. Expansion cards can be installed to ISA specification (Rev. 3.1) and PCI specification (Rev.
  • Page 164 +3,3V +3,3V irq3 dack2# +3,3V +3,3V ad16 ad17 bale frame# irdy# c/be2# dev- sel# trdy# lock# stop# perr# SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-32 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 165 Power failure early warning NAU_N Power failure early warning alarm alarm P12V +12V P12V +12V V_DC for processor module V_DC for processor module N12V -12V N12V -12V P3V3 +3.3V P3V3 +3.3V P3V3 +3.3V P3V3 +3.3V SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-33 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 166 CD ROM and / or an LS 120 drive. It is adaptable via a 44 pin 2mm latching connector. The maximum connection length of the data cables may not exceed 40cm. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-34 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 167 AD_2 Address 2 CS1_N Chip Select 1 CS1_N Chip Select 1 CS3_N Chip Select 3 CS3_N Chip Select 3 HDACT_N HD active HDACT_N HD active +5V power supply +5V power supply reserved reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-35 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 168 Reserved reserved IOCS16 I/O Chip Select 16 AD_2 Address 2 AD_1 Address 1 CS3_N Chip Select 3 AD_0 Address 0 HDACT_N HD active CS1_N Chip Select 1 +5V power supply +5V power supply SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-36 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 169 The battery for the standby supply to the CMOS RAM is connected to this connection. A 3.6 V lithium battery with a capacity of 750 mAh is used. Pin no. Signal Name Remark Positive pole Negative pole SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-37 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 170: Bus Board

    The bus board has two ISA slots and two PCI slots, as well as a shared ISA /PCI slot. The expansion modules are powered via the link between the bus board and the motherboard. An external power supply (+5V and +12V) is provided. Figure 8-8 Bus Board SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-38 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 171: Interface To The Motherboard

    27 ad17 28 sa3 28 bale 28 frame# 28 irdy# 29 sa2 29 +5V 29 c/be2# 29 devsel# 30 sa1 30 osc 30 trdy# 30 lock# 31 sa0 31 gnd 31 stop# 31 perr# SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-39 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 172: Isa Slot Pin Assignment

    IRQ 4 SA 06 IRQ 3 SA 05 –DACK2 SA 04 SA 03 BALE SA 02 + 5V SA 01 SA 00 I/O determines the direction of the signals for the CPU board. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-40 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 173 CPU for system bus access send and receive these signals. A minus sign “-” in front of the signal name shows that the signal is LOW active. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-41 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 174: Pci Slot Pin Assignment

    AD[39] AD[38] +3.3V SBO# AD[37] Ground (I/O) SERR# Ground AD[36] +3.3V AD[35] AD[34] C/BE[1]# AD[15] AD[33] Ground AD[14] +3.3V Ground AD[32] Ground AD[13] Reserved Reserved AD[12] AD[11] Reserved Ground AD[10] Ground Ground Reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-42 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 175 ISA PCI Slot Pin No. clk (slot 1) clk (slot2) inta# intb# intc# intd# intb# intc# intd# inta# req# (slot 1) req# (slot 2) gnt# (slot 1) gnt# (slot 2) ad29 ad30 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-43 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 176: Cd-rom Drive

    CD-ROM Drive Depending on the device equipment, a CD-ROM drive is installed in the SIMATIC Box PC 620. The fitting depth of the PC is increased by 20 mm as a result. The CD-ROM drive allows you to read CDs.
  • Page 177 The CD tray is ejected by about 10 mm. Pull it all the way open by hand and carefully lift the CD out. at least 55 mm (2.1654”) in length Figure 8-10 Emergency Ejection SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-45 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 178: Power Supply (ac)

    Input voltage +5 V secondary voltage POWER GOOD preset time 100 ... 500 ms hold–up time 16,6 ms minimum save time 1 ms mimimum Figure 8-11 Time Characteristics of the Power Good Signal SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-46 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 179: Power Supply (dc)

    Input voltage +5 V secondary voltage POWER GOOD preset time 100 ... 500 ms hold–up time 16,6 ms minimum save time 1 ms mimimum Figure 8-12 Time Characteristics of the Power Good Signal SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-47 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 180: Connecting Cables

    CP530, 143 CP552, 580 6ES5731-6AG00 CP581 IP252, 260 6ES5731-1xxx0 IP246, 247 6ES5734-2xxx0 AS x00 ET200–connector/RS 485 6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0 MPI/RS 485 MPI–connector/RS 485 PU IF/MPI/RS 485 Figure 8-13 Connecting Cables 1) Connecting cables replacement part only SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-48 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 181 Hardware Information Standard Connecting Cable You can use the standard connecting cable (supplied along with your SIMATIC Box PC 620) to connect your PC a Siemens programmable controller. Please read the notes in Chapter 3. PU 7xx side Connecting cable...
  • Page 182 25 pin Cannon male connector 25 pin Cannon male connector COM1/TTY port COM1/TTY port passive active 330 ohms –U 330 ohms Screen/housing –U Figure 8-17 Connecting Cables for the Connection of a PC/PU Link-Up SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-50 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 183 With this connecting cable you can connect to any PG 7XX. Note insertion direction! 25 pin Connecting cable 6ES5733-0BD20 25 pin Housing Housing Screen Screen Housing Housing AKENI Figure 8-19 PC- PU 7xx Connection in V.24 Operation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-51 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 184 Hardware Information SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-52 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 185 Guidelines for handling electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD) Overview of chapter In chapter you will find on page What does ESD mean? Electrostatic charging Basic protective measures against discharge of static electricity SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 186: A.1 What Does Esd Mean?

    The damage which arises in a assembly as a result of overvoltage cannot usually be detected immediately, but only becomes apparent after a lengthy operating period. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 187: A.2 Electrostatic Charging

    2 wool 3 antistatic material, e.g. wood or concrete 5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 rel. humidity in % Figure A-1 Electrostatic voltages which an operator can be charged with SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 188: A.3 Basic Protective Measures Against Discharge Of Static Electricity

    If you have to perform measurements on an assembly, discharge your body by touching a grounded metallic object before carrying out the work. Use only grounded measuring instruments. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 189: Glossary

    What does this Chapter Contain? This chapter contains a glossary in which you will find a list of the terminology used in conjunction with the Siemens range of PCs and programming devices and a brief explanation of each of the terms.
  • Page 190 BASIC Input Output System Boot Diskette A diskette which includes a boot sector, enabling it to load the operating system from the diskette. Booting A loading operation which transfers the operating system to the main memory. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-2 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 191 Cursor Pointer that shows the position on the screen at which the next entry will appear. Cursor Control Keypad on the keyboard for controlling the cursor. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-3 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 192 Pressing and releasing the left mouse button very quickly twice in succession without moving the mouse. This action is normally to open an object or program. Drives Drives are used to hold rotating storage media (diskettes, hard disk, CDs). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-4 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 193 Formatting divides the memory area on a magnetic data medium into tracks and sectors. Formatting deletes all the data on a data medium. Every data medium must be formatted before it is used for the first time. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-5 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 194 PLCs, programming devices, printers or monitors via physical connections (cables). S An interface is also the connection between different programs, to enable them to work together. Interface Module Module used to connect the hardware I/O. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-6 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 195 The keyboard forms the input interface between the user and the computer. Liquid Crystal Display Light-emitting diode (for display and indicating purposes). LPT1 Port The LPT1 port (Centronics port) is a parallel interface that can be used to connect a printer. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-7 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 196 The other mouse keys may have different assignments according to the application. With the mouse, objects can be selected, menus processed and functions started. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-8 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 197 Collective term for all programs which, in conjunction with the hardware, control and monitor execution of the user programs, the distribution of resources among the individual user programs, and the maintenance of the operating mode (for example, Windows 98). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-9 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 198 The PG (programming device) interface is a serial port; it is located on a CPU, a CP/IP, or a coordinator module (PG-MUX) and is used to connect a programming device. Some CPUs may have two PG interfaces as an option. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-10 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 199 ROM (Read Only Memory) is a memory in which every memory location can be addressed individually. The stored programs and data are permanently programmed at the factory before delivery and are not lost in the event of a power failure. Real-time clock SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-11 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 200 I/O) can be networked directly using SINEC H1 interface modules. Software The collective term for all programs which are used on a computer. The operating system and the user programs are part of the concept “software”. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-12 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 201 USB is designed to support the ability to automatically add and configure new devices and the ability to add such devices without having to shut down and restart the system (hot plugging). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-13 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 202 S Diskette write protection; for 5 1/4 in. diskettes by blanking out the hole on the right-hand edge with an adhesive label, for 3 1/2 in. diskettes or EOD disks by opening the write protection hole. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-14 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 203 PROFIBUS, 4-20 Current Requirement, components, 8-2 Hard Disk Drive, 3-11 Hard disk drive, removal and installation, 5-18 Hard Disk Drive Type, setting, 6-6 Default Setup Settings, 6-30 Hardware Information, 8-1 Device Configuration, 6-1, 6-2 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-1 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 204 Memory Cache, 6-9 Parallel Port, 8-18 SETUP Menus, 6-2 PC Card, 6-33 Standard Connecting Cable, 8-49 PC Card Port, 3-7, 4-10 Starting SETUP, 6-2 PCI Cards, long, 5-14 Switching off the PC, 2-10 note, 5-14 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-2 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 205 Transport, 2-11 Warnung, Inbetriebnehmen, 2-3 TTY Port, 4-14 Watchdog TTY Jumper, 5-28 Function, 8-13 monitoring times, 8-13 reactions, 8-13 Unpacking, 2-2 USB interface, Glossary-13 USB port, 3-6 XT Cards, 5-13 VGA Port, 3-5 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-3 C79000-G7076-C639-04...
  • Page 206 Index SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-4 C79000-G7076-C639-04...

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