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SIMATIC HMI
HMI devices
Basic Panels 2nd Generation
Operating Instructions
10/2016
A5E33293231-AB
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Preface
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Overview
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Safety instructions
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Mounting and connecting
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Operating the device
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Configuring the device
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Commissioning a project
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Maintenance and care
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Technical specifications
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Technical Support
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  • Page 1 ___________________ Preface ___________________ Overview ___________________ SIMATIC HMI Safety instructions ___________________ Mounting and connecting HMI devices Basic Panels 2nd Generation ___________________ Operating the device ___________________ Configuring the device Operating Instructions ___________________ Commissioning a project ___________________ Maintenance and care ___________________ Technical specifications ___________________ Technical Support ___________________...
  • Page 2 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 3: Preface

    Preface Purpose of the operating instructions These operating instructions provide information based on the requirements defined by IEC 62079 for documentation. This information relates to the HMI device, its storage, transportation, place of use, installation, use and maintenance. These operating instructions are intended for a variety of target groups. The following table shows the chapters of these operating instructions that are of particular importance for the respective target group.
  • Page 4 Preface Scope These operating instructions are valid for all versions of the SIMATIC HMI Basic Panels. The following naming conventions apply: Device designation Device type Interface type Can be configured with SIMATIC HMI KTP400 Basic Touch device with PROFINET WinCC (TIA Portal) as of V13 function keys KTP700 Basic PROFINET...
  • Page 5 Preface Illustrations and text highlighting This manual contains figures of the described devices. The figures may deviate from the supplied device in certain details. The following graphical highlighting facilitates reading these operating instructions: Graphical highlighting Description If the instructions involve several tasks, the individual tasks are highlighted by a red number circle.
  • Page 6 "Basic Panel 2nd Generation" in these instructions. Trademarks Names labeled with a ® symbol are registered trademarks of the Siemens AG. Other names used in this documentation may be trademarks, the use of which by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Preface ..............................3 Overview............................... 11 Product overview ........................11 Design of the PROFINET devices ..................12 Design of the PROFIBUS devices ..................13 Scope of delivery ........................14 Accessories ..........................15 Safety instructions ..........................17 General safety instructions ..................... 17 Notes about usage ........................
  • Page 8 Table of contents Configuring the device .......................... 47 Opening the settings ......................47 Overview of functions ......................49 Save to external storage medium – Backup ................50 Restore from external storage medium – Restore ..............51 Load project from external storage medium ................52 Update operating system from external storage medium ............
  • Page 9 Table of contents Backup and restore ......................... 80 6.5.1 Overview ..........................80 6.5.2 Backup and restore using ProSave ..................81 6.5.3 Backup and restore using WinCC ................... 82 Updating the operating system - Basic Panel DP ..............83 6.6.1 Overview ..........................83 6.6.2 Resetting the factory settings ....................
  • Page 10 Table of contents Technical specifications ....................... 109 8.7.1 Power supply ........................109 8.7.2 KTP400 Basic, KTP700 Basic and KTP700 Basic DP ............109 8.7.3 KTP900 Basic, KTP1200 Basic and KTP1200 Basic DP ............ 111 Interface description ......................113 8.8.1 Power supply ........................113 8.8.2 PROFIBUS (Sub-D RS422/485) ..................
  • Page 11: Overview

    New, cost-efficient HMI generation meets the trend for high-quality visualization even in small machines and plants Siemens meets the requirements of users for high-quality visualization and operation even in small and medium-size machines and plants with the second generation of SIMATIC HMI Basic Panels.
  • Page 12: Design Of The Profinet Devices

    Overview 1.2 Design of the PROFINET devices Design of the PROFINET devices The figure below shows the design of the PROFINET devices using KTP700 Basic as an example. ① ⑥ Power supply connection Mounting seal ② ⑦ USB port Function keys ③...
  • Page 13: Design Of The Profibus Devices

    Overview 1.3 Design of the PROFIBUS devices Design of the PROFIBUS devices The figure below shows the design of the PROFIBUS devices using KTP700 Basic DP as an example. ① ⑥ Power supply connection Mounting seal ② ⑦ RS 422/RS 485 port Function keys ③...
  • Page 14: Scope Of Delivery

    Overview 1.4 Scope of delivery Scope of delivery The scope of delivery of the HMI device includes the following components: Name Figure Quantity HMI device Quick Installation Guide Mounting clips with According to the quantity required grub screw for mounting, in accessory kit Power supply connector 1, in accessory kit Basic Panels 2nd Generation...
  • Page 15: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories are not included in the HMI device scope of delivery, but can be ordered on the Internet under Industry Mall (https://mall.industry.siemens.com). This section contains the number of accessories available at the time of publication of the operating instructions.
  • Page 16 Overview 1.5 Accessories Other accessories Additional USB accessories can be found on the Internet in the following entry: FAQ 19188460 (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/19188460) Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 17: Safety Instructions

    Safety instructions General safety instructions Working on the control cabinet WARNING Open equipment The HMI device is an open equipment. This means the HMI device may only be installed in cubicles or cabinets that provide front panel access for operating the device. The cubicle or cabinet in which the HMI device is installed may only be accessed with a key or tool and only by trained, authorized personnel.
  • Page 18 In order to protect plants, systems, machines and networks against cyber threats, it is necessary to implement – and continuously maintain – a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Siemens’ products and solutions only form one element of such a concept. Customer is responsible to prevent unauthorized access to its plants, systems, machines and networks.
  • Page 19: Notes About Usage

    2.2 Notes about usage Disclaimer for third-party software updates This product includes third-party software. Siemens AG only provides a warranty for updates/patches of the third-party software, if these have been distributed as part of a Siemens software update service contract or officially released by Siemens AG. Otherwise, updates/patches are undertaken at your own risk.
  • Page 20 Safety instructions 2.2 Notes about usage Use with additional measures The HMI device should not be used at the following locations unless additional measures are taken: ● In locations with a high degree of ionizing radiation ● In locations with severe operating conditions, for example, due to: –...
  • Page 21: Mounting And Connecting

    Damaged parts Do not install parts damaged during shipment. In the case of damaged parts, contact your Siemens representative. The package content is described in section Scope of delivery (Page 14). Keep the provided documentation in a safe place. The documentation is part of the HMI device and is required for subsequent commissioning.
  • Page 22: Selecting A Mounting Position

    Mounting and connecting 3.1 Preparations 3.1.3 Selecting a mounting position The device is suitable for installation in: ● Mounting cabinets ● Control cabinets ● Switchboards ● Consoles In the following, all of these mounting options are referred to by the general term "cabinet". The device is self-ventilated and approved for inclined mounting at angles up to +/-35°...
  • Page 23: Checking Clearances

    Mounting and connecting 3.1 Preparations Mounting in vertical format Ambient temperature in the cabinet with vertical mounting: ● Vertical mounting (0° inclined): Maximum +40 °C ● Inclined mounting (inclined up to 35°): Maximum +35 °C See also Operating Conditions (Page 101) 3.1.4 Checking clearances The following clearances are required around the HMI device to ensure sufficient self-...
  • Page 24: Making The Mounting Cutout

    Mounting and connecting 3.1 Preparations 3.1.5 Making the mounting cutout Note Stability of the mounting cutout The material in the area of the mounting cutout must provide sufficient strength to guarantee lasting and safe mounting of the HMI device. To achieve the degrees of protection described below, it must be ensured that deformation of the material cannot occur due to the force of the mounting clips or operation of the device.
  • Page 25: Mounting The Hmi Device

    Mounting and connecting 3.2 Mounting the HMI device Dimensions of the mounting cutout Dimensions of the mounting cutout for the Basic HMI devices in horizontal mounting position: Dimensions of the mounting cutout for the Basic HMI devices in vertical mounting position: All dimensions in mm See also...
  • Page 26 Mounting and connecting 3.2 Mounting the HMI device Inserting the HMI device 1. Slide the labeling strip into the device using the guide, if available. 2. Insert the HMI device into the mounting cutout from the front. Make sure that protruding labeling strips are not caught between the mounting...
  • Page 27: Connecting The Hmi Device

    Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device Connecting the HMI device 3.3.1 Connection sequence Required tools and accessories Before you start connecting the HMI device, have the following tools and accessories at hand: Slotted screwdriver, size 2 Phillips screwdriver, size 3 Crimp pliers Power supply connector 24 V DC with sufficient amperage.
  • Page 28: Connecting The Equipotential Bonding Circuit

    Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device 3.3.2 Connecting the equipotential bonding circuit Differences in electrical potential Differences in electrical potential can develop between spatially separated system components. Such electrical potential differences can lead to high equalizing currents on the data cables and therefore to the destruction of their interfaces.
  • Page 29: Connecting The Power Supply

    Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device Procedure 1. Interconnect the functional earth connection of the HMI device with an equipotential bonding conductor, cross-section 4 mm 2. Connect the equipotential bonding conductor to the equipotential bonding rail. 3.3.3 Connecting the power supply Stripping the cable Use power supply cables with a maximum cross-section of 1.5 mm...
  • Page 30 Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device Procedure NOTICE 24 V DC only An incorrectly dimensioned power supply can destroy the HMI device. Use a 24 V DC power supply with adequate amperage; see Technical specifications (Page 109). NOTICE Safe electrical isolation For the 24 V DC supply, use only power supply units with safe electrical isolation in accordance with IEC 60364-4-41 or HD 384.04.41 (VDE 0100, Part 410), e.g.
  • Page 31: Connecting A Programming Device

    Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device 3.3.4 Connecting a programming device A programming device gives you the following options: ● Transfer a project ● Transfer an HIM device image Connecting a programming device to a Basic Panel DP 1.
  • Page 32 Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device Connecting a configuration PC to a Basic Panel with PROFINET interface NOTICE Data network security for communication via Ethernet With Ethernet-based communication via PROFINET, the end user is responsible for the security of the data network; proper functioning of the data network cannot be guaranteed under all circumstances, for example, in case of targeted attacks that result in an overload of the device.
  • Page 33: Connecting The Controller

    Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device 3.3.6 Connecting the controller If the HMI device contains an operating system and an executable project, connect the HMI device to the controller. Note Note the following when connecting the controller to a panel: •...
  • Page 34 Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device Connecting a controller to a Basic Panel with PROFINET interface NOTICE Data network security for communication via Ethernet With Ethernet-based communication via PROFINET, the end user is responsible for the security of the data network; proper functioning of the data network cannot be guaranteed under all circumstances, for example, in case of targeted attacks that result in an overload of the device.
  • Page 35: Connecting A Usb Device

    Mounting and connecting 3.3 Connecting the HMI device 3.3.7 Connecting a USB device Below are examples of devices designed for industrial use you can connect to the USB type A interfaces of the HMI device: ● External mouse ● External keyboard ●...
  • Page 36: Switching On And Testing The Hmi Device

    Mounting and connecting 3.4 Switching on and testing the HMI device Note Excessive rated load on port A USB device with too high a power load may possibly cause functional problems. Observe the values for the maximum load of the USB interface. You can find the values in the chapter "USB (Page 114)".
  • Page 37 Mounting and connecting 3.4 Switching on and testing the HMI device The Start Center opens after the operating system has started. You operate the Start Center using the buttons on the touch screen or a connected mouse or keyboard. • Press the "Transfer" button to set the HMI device to "Transfer"...
  • Page 38: Securing The Cables

    Mounting and connecting 3.5 Securing the cables Securing the cables NOTICE Strain relief Contacts can be broken or wires can be torn off if cables are not provided adequate strain relief. Provide adequate strain relief for all cables. The following HMI devices come equipped with a fixing element on the back for strain relief: ●...
  • Page 39: Operating The Device

    Operating the device Overview All Basic Panels 2nd Generation come equipped with a touch screen and function keys. You use the touch screen to operate the Start Center or the project running on your HMI device. You use the function keys to trigger the associated configured functions within a project. DANGER Incorrect operation A project can contain certain operations that require in-depth knowledge about the specific...
  • Page 40 Operating the device 4.1 Overview Examples: ● Buttons Buttons can assume the following states: "Untouched" "Touched" Shading below Shading on top ● Invisible buttons By default, the focus on invisible buttons is not indicated after they are selected. No optical operation feedback is provided in this case. The configuration engineer may, however, configure invisible buttons so that their outline appears as lines when touched.
  • Page 41: General Functions Of The Screen Keyboard

    Operating the device 4.2 General functions of the screen keyboard General functions of the screen keyboard The following keys are available on the screen keyboard of all Basic HMI devices with touch functionality: Cursor left Cursor right Delete character on left Cancel input Delete character on right Confirm input...
  • Page 42: The Screen Keyboards

    Operating the device 4.3 The screen keyboards The screen keyboards A screen keyboard appears on the HMI device touch screen when you touch an operating element that requires input. Depending on the type of operating element and the required input, this may be an alphanumerical or a numerical keyboard. Both keyboards are available in landscape and in portrait.
  • Page 43 Operating the device 4.3 The screen keyboards For HMI devices in portrait, the letters are sorted alphabetically. Note Job mailbox has no effect Job mailbox 51 "Select screen" has no effect while the screen keyboard is open. Key assignment The alphanumerical screen keyboard layout is monolingual. A language change within the project has no effect on the layout of the alphanumerical screen keyboard.
  • Page 44 Operating the device 4.3 The screen keyboards Numerical screen keyboard The numerical keyboard only offers numbers and the letters A to F for hexadecimal inputs. Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 45 Operating the device 4.3 The screen keyboards The layout changes accordingly for HMI devices in portrait format. Checking numerical value limits Tags can be assigned limit values. Any entry of a value outside this limit is rejected. If an alarm view is configured, a system event is triggered and the original value is displayed again.
  • Page 46: Entering Data

    Operating the device 4.4 Entering data Entering data You make all entries using the screen keyboard. Procedure 1. Touch the desired operating element on the screen. The alphanumerical or the numerical screen keyboard opens. A value existing in the operating element is applied to the display line of the keyboard.
  • Page 47: Configuring The Device

    Configuring the device Opening the settings The Start Center opens after the HMI device has been switched on. Use the "Settings" button to open the settings for parameter assignment of the device. You can make the following settings: • Settings for operation •...
  • Page 48 Configuring the device 5.1 Opening the settings Some settings involve multiple windows similar to a wizard. In this case, the text "Step x/y" is displayed at the bottom in the center of the work area. With the ">" key at the bottom right, you advance to the next input window.
  • Page 49: Overview Of Functions

    Configuring the device 5.2 Overview of functions Overview of functions The following table shows the functions available in the Start Center for configuring your HMI device. Individual functions may be hidden, depending on the device type and device configuration. Icon Function Save to external storage medium –...
  • Page 50: Save To External Storage Medium - Backup

    Configuring the device 5.3 Save to external storage medium – Backup Save to external storage medium – Backup 1. Touch the "Service & Commissioning" icon. 2. Press the "Backup" button. With "Backup", you back up the data to a formatted USB storage medium. 3.
  • Page 51: Restore From External Storage Medium - Restore

    Configuring the device 5.4 Restore from external storage medium – Restore Restore from external storage medium – Restore NOTICE Data loss All data on the HMI device, including the project and HMI device password, is deleted during a restore operation. License keys are only deleted after a security prompt. Back up your data before the restore operation, if necessary.
  • Page 52: Load Project From External Storage Medium

    Configuring the device 5.5 Load project from external storage medium Load project from external storage medium This function is available in connection with an HMI device image that is compatible with WinCC (TIA Portal) V14 or higher. NOTICE Data loss When you load a project with the "Upgrade or downgrade Firmware"...
  • Page 53: Update Operating System From External Storage Medium

    Configuring the device 5.6 Update operating system from external storage medium Update operating system from external storage medium 1. Touch the "Service & Commissioning" icon. 2. Press the "OS Update" button. With "OS Update", you update the operating system of the HMI device that is present as an image on an external storage medium.
  • Page 54: Changing The Ip Address And Device Name Of A Controller

    Configuring the device 5.7 Changing the IP address and device name of a controller Changing the IP address and device name of a controller 1. Touch the "Service & Commissioning" icon. 2. Press the "Assign PLC Address" button. With "Assign PLC Address" you can assign configuration-independent IP addresses and device names to controllers that are connected to the...
  • Page 55: Editing Communication Connections

    Configuring the device 5.8 Editing communication connections Editing communication connections 1. Touch the "Service & Commissioning" icon. 2. Press the "Edit Connections" button. With "Edit Connections", you overwrite the parameters of configured controller connections in the current project. 3. A list shows all communication connections to controllers.
  • Page 56: Configuring The Time Server

    Configuring the device 5.9 Configuring the time server Configuring the time server The HMI device has a buffered realtime clock. The realtime clock is set by using the configuration or by using a time server. To obtain the time of the HMI device from a time server (only for PROFINET devices), you can specify up to four different time servers.
  • Page 57: Enter Time And Date

    Configuring the device 5.10 Enter time and date 5.10 Enter time and date 1. Touch the "Date & Time" icon. 2. Press the "Date & Time" button. 3. If you are using a time server (NTP=ON), set a time shift with the selection wheel under "Time shift", if required.
  • Page 58: Activating The Acoustic Signal

    Configuring the device 5.11 Activating the acoustic signal 5.11 Activating the acoustic signal 1. Touch the "Sounds" icon. 2. Set the "Sound" switch to "ON". Once you have set "Sound" to "ON", you receive acoustic feedback when you touch the touch screen in the active project.
  • Page 59: Configuring Autostart Or Wait Time

    Configuring the device 5.12 Configuring Autostart or wait time 5.12 Configuring Autostart or wait time You specify in the "System Control/Info" dialog whether the project starts immediately after the device powers up or after a wait time. 1. Touch the "System Control/Info" icon. 2.
  • Page 60: Changing The Password Settings

    Configuring the device 5.13 Changing the password settings 5.13 Changing the password settings Password protection prevents unauthorized access to the Start Center. Note The password must not contain spaces or the following special characters: * ? . % / \ ' " If the password is no longer available for the Start Center, you first have to update the operating system before you can make any changes in the Start Center.
  • Page 61: Displaying Licensing Information For The Hmi Device

    Configuring the device 5.14 Displaying licensing information for the HMI device Deactivating password protection 1. Touch the "System Control/Info" icon. 2. Press the "Access Protection" button. 3. Delete the entries in the "Password" text box. 4. Delete the entries in the "Confirm Password"...
  • Page 62: Displaying Information About The Hmi Device

    Configuring the device 5.15 Displaying information about the HMI device 5.15 Displaying information about the HMI device 1. Touch the "System Control/Info" icon. 2. Shift the bookmarks up in the navigation area. 3. Change to the "System Info" tab. The "System Info" tab is used to display specific information on the HMI device.
  • Page 63: Change Network Settings Of Profinet Devices

    Configuring the device 5.16 Change network settings of PROFINET devices 5.16 Change network settings of PROFINET devices Note Communication errors caused by IP address conflicts Communication errors can occur if several devices in a network share the same IP address. Assign a unique IP address to every HMI device in the network.
  • Page 64: Change Network Settings Of Profibus Devices

    Configuring the device 5.17 Change network settings of PROFIBUS devices 5.17 Change network settings of PROFIBUS devices Note The settings for MPI or PROFIBUS DP communication are defined in the HMI device project. Edit the transfer settings only in the following situations: •...
  • Page 65: Assigning Transfer Parameters

    Configuring the device 5.18 Assigning transfer parameters 5.18 Assigning transfer parameters You must enable one data channel to transfer a project to the HMI device. Note After the project transfer, you can protect the HMI device against unintentional overwriting of the project data and HMI device image by locking the data channel again ("Enable transfer = OFF").
  • Page 66: Configure Sm@rt Server

    Configuring the device 5.19 Configure Sm@rt Server 5.19 Configure Sm@rt Server Requirement ● A Basic Panel with PROFINET interface and an HMI device image compatible with WinCC (TIA Portal) V14 or higher. ● The HMI device has a Sm@rt Server license that was transferred to the HMI device via the Automation License Manager.
  • Page 67: Importing A Certificate Via Usb

    Configuring the device 5.20 Importing a certificate via USB 5.20 Importing a certificate via USB The use of certificates increases the information security of web-based communication, e.g. communication between a Sm@rtClient and the Sm@rtServer. Requirement ● A Basic Panel with PROFINET interface and an HMI device image compatible with WinCC (TIA Portal) V14 or higher.
  • Page 68: Displaying And Deleting Certificates

    Configuring the device 5.21 Displaying and deleting certificates 5.21 Displaying and deleting certificates Requirement ● A Basic Panel with PROFINET interface and an HMI device image compatible with WinCC (TIA Portal) V14 or higher. ● A USB memory device is connected to the Basic Panel. Procedure 1.
  • Page 69: Calibrating The Touch Screen

    Configuring the device 5.22 Calibrating the touch screen 5.22 Calibrating the touch screen 1. Touch the "Touch" icon. 2. Press the "Recalibrate" button and then press any spot on the touch screen within the next 15 seconds. 3. Touch the five calibration crosses one after the other.
  • Page 70: Changing The Monitor Settings

    Configuring the device 5.23 Changing the monitor settings 5.23 Changing the monitor settings Note Orientation of the screen (portrait or landscape) The screen orientation is defined by the configuration engineer in the course of project creation. The appropriate screen orientation is set automatically when you transfer the project to the HMI device.
  • Page 71: Setting The Screen Saver

    Configuring the device 5.24 Setting the screen saver 5.24 Setting the screen saver Note Burn-in effect The screen contents may leave a faint version (ghost) of the image in the background if they appear for too long. The "ghost" will disappear automatically after some time. The longer the same content is displayed on the screen, the longer it will take for the burn-in effect to disappear.
  • Page 72 Configuring the device 5.24 Setting the screen saver Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 73: Commissioning A Project

    Commissioning a project Overview Configuration phase A project – the process image of the working process – is created during configuration to visualize automated working processes. The process displays for the project contain displays for values and messages which provide information about process statuses. The process control phase follows the configuration phase.
  • Page 74: Operating Modes

    Commissioning a project 6.2 Operating modes Operating modes Operating modes The HMI device may be in the following operating modes: ● Offline ● Online ● Transfer "Offline mode" and "Online mode" can be set on both the configuration PC and the HMI device.
  • Page 75: Data Transmission Options

    Commissioning a project 6.3 Data transmission options Data transmission options Overview The following table shows the options for data transfer between the HMI device and the configuration PC. Action Data channel Basic Panels DP Basic Panels with PROFINET interface Backup/restore, MPI/PROFIBUS DP Update operating system, PROFINET...
  • Page 76 Commissioning a project 6.4 Transfer Requirements ● The project is open in WinCC. ● The project is compiled. ● The HMI device is connected to a configuration PC. ● The data channel parameters are assigned on the HMI device. ● The HMI device is in "Transfer" mode. Procedure If you are loading a project to an HMI device for the first time, the "Advanced loading"...
  • Page 77: Starting The Transfer Automatically

    Commissioning a project 6.4 Transfer 6.4.3 Starting the transfer automatically Introduction If automatic transfer is activated, the HMI device automatically changes to "Transfer" mode at runtime as soon as a transfer is started on the connected configuration PC. Automatic transfer is particularly suited for the test phase of a new project because transfer is completed without interfering with the HMI device.
  • Page 78: Testing A Project

    Commissioning a project 6.4 Transfer 3. When the "Advanced loading" dialog appears, configure the "Settings for loading": – Select the interface via which the project will be loaded. – Configure the corresponding interface parameters. – Click on "Load". You can open the "Advanced loading" dialog at any time with the menu command "Online >...
  • Page 79 Commissioning a project 6.4 Transfer Check the following: 1. Check the correct layout of the screens. 2. Check the screen navigation. 3. Check the input objects. 4. Enter the tag values. The test ensures that the project will run as you intended on the HMI device. Requirement for offline testing ●...
  • Page 80: Backup And Restore

    Commissioning a project 6.5 Backup and restore Backup and restore 6.5.1 Overview Backup and restore You can back up and restore the following data in the internal flash memory of the HMI device with a PC: ● Project and HMI device image ●...
  • Page 81: Backup And Restore Using Prosave

    Commissioning a project 6.5 Backup and restore 6.5.2 Backup and restore using ProSave Requirement ● The HMI device is connected to a PC on which ProSave is installed. ● The data channel parameters are assigned on the HMI device. Procedure – Backup 1.
  • Page 82: Backup And Restore Using Wincc

    Commissioning a project 6.5 Backup and restore 5. Select the "*.psb" backup file to be restored from the "Restore" tab. You can see the HMI device for which the backup file was created and the type of backup data the file contains. 6.
  • Page 83: Updating The Operating System - Basic Panel Dp

    Commissioning a project 6.6 Updating the operating system - Basic Panel DP Restoring the data of the HMI device 1. Select the "Restore" command from the "Online > HMI device maintenance" menu. 2. Enter the name of the backup file under "Save as". Information about the selected backup file is displayed under "Content".
  • Page 84: Resetting The Factory Settings

    Commissioning a project 6.6 Updating the operating system - Basic Panel DP 6.6.2 Resetting the factory settings In ProSave or WinCC, you can update the operating system with or without resetting to factory settings. ● Updating the operating system without reset to factory settings First, switch into "Transfer"...
  • Page 85: Updating The Operating System - Basic Panel With Profinet Interface

    6. Select the HMI device image file (file type "*.fwf") under "Image path". The HMI device image files are available under TIA version "Programs\Siemens\Automation\Portal V< >\Data\Hmi\Transfer\ <TIA version>\Images". The output area provides information on the version of the successfully opened HMI device image file.
  • Page 86: Resetting The Factory Settings

    Commissioning a project 6.7 Updating the operating system - Basic Panel with PROFINET interface There are two ways to match the versions: ● Update the HMI device image if the project was created with the most recent version of the configuration software. ●...
  • Page 87: Updating The Operating System Using Prosave

    5. Select the "OS-Update" tab. 6. Select the HMI device image file (file type "*.fwf") under "Image path". The HMI device image files are available under "Programs\Siemens\Automation\Portal V<TIA version>\Data\Hmi\Transfer\ <TIA version>\Images". The output area provides information on the version of the successfully opened HMI device image file.
  • Page 88: Updating The Operating System Using Wincc

    Commissioning a project 6.7 Updating the operating system - Basic Panel with PROFINET interface 6.7.4 Updating the operating system using WinCC If possible, you should use the interface with the highest bandwidth for this connection, such as Ethernet. Updating the operating system via a serial connection can take up to an hour. NOTICE Updating the operating system deletes all data on the HMI device When you update the operating system you delete data on the target system.
  • Page 89: Resetting To Factory Settings With Prosave

    6. Select the HMI device image file (file type "*.fwf") under "Image path". The HMI device image files are available in the WinCC installation folder under TIA version "Programs\Siemens\Automation\Portal V< >\Data\Hmi\Transfer\ <TIA version>\Images" or on the WinCC installation DVD. The output area provides information on the version of the successfully opened HMI device image file.
  • Page 90: Resetting To Factory Settings With Wincc

    Commissioning a project 6.7 Updating the operating system - Basic Panel with PROFINET interface 7. Select "Update OS" on the PC to start the "Reset to factory settings" process. 8. Follow the instructions in ProSave. A progress bar indicates the progress of the operating system update. A message is displayed when the operating system update is successfully completed and the HMI device is restarted.
  • Page 91: Reset To Factory Settings Via Usb

    1. Download the Recovery Software for Basic Panels from the Internet at the following address: Recovery USB stick (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/14738/dl) 2. Copy the Recovery Software to the main directory of a formatted USB memory stick. 3. Switch off the HMI device.
  • Page 92: Managing Wincc Options

    Commissioning a project 6.9 Managing WinCC options 5. Switch on the HMI device. The HMI device detects the USB memory stick containing the Recovery Software. The "Recovery Mode" dialog is displayed. 6. To reset the HMI device to factory settings, press the "START RECOVERY (..3..)" button three times in a row and follow the instructions on the display.
  • Page 93: Transferring A License Key

    Commissioning a project 6.10 Transferring a license key Procedure 1. Select the "Options" command in the "Online > HMI device maintenance" menu. All available WinCC options and those already installed are shown. 2. Click "Device status" to display the WinCC options installed on the HMI device. 3.
  • Page 94 Commissioning a project 6.10 Transferring a license key Procedure 1. Open the "Automation License Manager". 2. Start the "Automation License Manager". – PC without WinCC installation Open the "Automation License Manager" from the Windows start menu – PC with WinCC installation Open the "Automation License Manager"...
  • Page 95: Maintenance And Care

    Maintenance and care Maintenance and care Introduction The HMI device is designed for maintenance-free operation. Make sure you keep the touch screen and keyboard membrane clean. Requirement Use a cleaning cloth dampened with a cleaning agent to clean the equipment. Only use water with a little liquid soap or a screen cleaning foam.
  • Page 96: Recycling

    Maintenance and care 7.2 Recycling Recycling Recycling and disposal The HMI devices described in these operating instructions can be recycled due to the low levels of pollutants. Contact a certified disposal service company for environmentally sound recycling and disposal of your old devices. Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 97: Technical Specifications

    (RoHS Directive) EC Declaration of Conformity The EC Declarations of Conformity are available to the relevant authorities at the following address: Siemens AG Digital Factory Factory Automation DF FA AS SYS P.O. Box 1963...
  • Page 98 The following marine approvals are provided for the device. After acceptance, the certificates will be made available under the following address on the Internet: Certificates for Basic Panels 2nd Generation (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/14738/cert) ● ABS American Bureau of Shipping (USA) ● BV Bureau Veritas (France) ●...
  • Page 99: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    Technical specifications 8.2 Electromagnetic compatibility Electromagnetic compatibility The device is designed for industrial use. 8.2.1 Emitted interference The device meets the requirements according to EN 61000-6-4. The device corresponds to limit class A. Note The HMI device is not intended for use in residential areas. Operation of an HMI device in residential areas can have a negative influence on radio/TV reception.
  • Page 100: Climatic Ambient Conditions

    Technical specifications 8.4 Climatic ambient conditions Climatic ambient conditions 8.4.1 Long-term storage The following information applies to a device that is stored for an extended period in its original packaging. The device meets the requirements according to IEC 60721-3-1, Class 1K2 with the following amendments and limitations: Type of condition Permitted range...
  • Page 101: Operating Conditions

    Technical specifications 8.4 Climatic ambient conditions 8.4.3 Operating Conditions The following information applies to a device installed according to the specifications in these operating instructions. The HMI device is designed for stationary operation in a location protected from the effects of the weather.
  • Page 102: 8.5 Information On Insulation Tests, Protection Class And Degree Of Protection

    Technical specifications 8.5 Information on insulation tests, protection class and degree of protection Information on insulation tests, protection class and degree of protection Insulation test The insulation strength is demonstrated in the type test with the following test voltages in accordance with IEC 61131-2: Circuits with rated voltage of U Test voltage...
  • Page 103: Dimension Drawings

    Technical specifications 8.6 Dimension drawings Dimension drawings 8.6.1 Dimensional drawing of KTP400 Basic Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 104: Dimensional Drawing Of Ktp700 Basic

    Technical specifications 8.6 Dimension drawings 8.6.2 Dimensional drawing of KTP700 Basic Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 105: Dimensional Drawing Of Ktp700 Basic Dp

    Technical specifications 8.6 Dimension drawings 8.6.3 Dimensional drawing of KTP700 Basic DP Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 106: Dimensional Drawing Of Ktp900 Basic

    Technical specifications 8.6 Dimension drawings 8.6.4 Dimensional drawing of KTP900 Basic Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 107: Dimension Drawings Of Ktp1200 Basic

    Technical specifications 8.6 Dimension drawings 8.6.5 Dimension drawings of KTP1200 Basic Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 108: Dimensional Drawing Of Ktp1200 Basic Dp

    Technical specifications 8.6 Dimension drawings 8.6.6 Dimensional drawing of KTP1200 Basic DP Basic Panels 2nd Generation Operating Instructions, 10/2016, A5E33293231-AB...
  • Page 109: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications 8.7 Technical specifications Technical specifications 8.7.1 Power supply The following table shows the permitted rated voltage and the corresponding tolerance range. Rated voltage Tolerance range +24 V DC 19.2 ... 28.8 V (–20%, +20%) 8.7.2 KTP400 Basic, KTP700 Basic and KTP700 Basic DP Weight KTP400 Basic KTP700 Basic...
  • Page 110 Technical specifications 8.7 Technical specifications Memory KTP400 Basic KTP700 Basic KTP700 Basic DP Data memory 256 MB Program memory 512 MB Interfaces KTP400 Basic KTP700 Basic KTP700 Basic DP 1 x RS 422/RS 485 Max. 12 Mbps 1 x Ethernet RJ45 10/100 Mbps USB 2.0 Supply voltage...
  • Page 111: Ktp900 Basic, Ktp1200 Basic And Ktp1200 Basic Dp

    Technical specifications 8.7 Technical specifications 8.7.3 KTP900 Basic, KTP1200 Basic and KTP1200 Basic DP HMI device KTP900 Basic KTP1200 Basic KTP1200 Basic DP Weight without packaging Approx. 1130 g Approx. 1710 g Approx. 1710 g Display KTP900 Basic KTP1200 Basic KTP1200 Basic DP Type LCD TFT...
  • Page 112 Technical specifications 8.7 Technical specifications Interfaces KTP900 Basic KTP1200 Basic KTP1200 Basic DP 1 x RS 422/RS 485 Max. 12 Mbps 1 x Ethernet RJ45 10/100 Mbps USB 2.0 Supply voltage KTP900 Basic KTP1200 Basic KTP1200 Basic DP Rated voltage +24 V DC Permitted voltage range 19.2 ..
  • Page 113: Interface Description

    Technical specifications 8.8 Interface description Interface description 8.8.1 Power supply Name of interface on HMI device: DC24V X80 Plug connector, 2-pin Assignment +24 V DC (L+) GND 24 V (M) 8.8.2 PROFIBUS (Sub-D RS422/485) Name of interface on HMI device: PROFIBUS DP X2 Sub-D socket, 9-pin, with screw lock Assignment for the RS 422 Assignment for the RS 485...
  • Page 114: Profinet (lan)

    Technical specifications 8.8 Interface description 8.8.3 PROFINET (LAN) Name of interface on HMI device: PROFINET (LAN) X1 RJ45 plug connector Assignment Tx– n. c. n. c. Rx– n. c. n. c. Meaning of LEDs There is no connection if both LEDs are off. The green "Link"...
  • Page 115: Scope Of Functions With Wincc

    Technical specifications 8.9 Scope of functions with WinCC Scope of functions with WinCC The following tables show the objects that can be integrated in a project for a Basic Panel. The following tables support you in estimating whether your project is still within the performance features of the HMI device.
  • Page 116 Technical specifications 8.9 Scope of functions with WinCC Screens Object Specification Quantity Screens Quantity Fields per screen Tags per screen Template Objects per screen Complex objects Recipe views Trend views User view Alarm view Diagnostics view System diagnostics view Multiple tags (array elements) Complex objects include: bars, sliders, symbol library, clock and all objects from the Controls area.
  • Page 117 Technical specifications 8.9 Scope of functions with WinCC Trends Object Specification Basic Panels Trends Quantity Text lists and graphics lists Object Specification Basic Panels Lists Number of graphics lists Number of text lists Number of entries per text or graphics list Number of graphic objects 1000 Number of text elements...
  • Page 118 Technical specifications 8.9 Scope of functions with WinCC Additional functions Object Specification Basic Panels Screen settings Touch screen calibration Brightness setting Language change Number of runtime languages Graphic objects Vector and pixel graphics Project Object Specification Basic Panels Project file " "...
  • Page 119: Technical Support

    You can find additional information and support for the products described on the Internet at the following addresses: ● Technical support (https://support.industry.siemens.com) ● Support request form (http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request) ● After-sales information system for SIMATIC PC / PG (http://www.siemens.com/asis) ● SIMATIC Documentation Collection (http://www.siemens.com/simatic-tech-doku-portal) ● Your local representative (http://www.automation.siemens.com/mcms/aspa-db/en/Pages/default.aspx) ●...
  • Page 120: System Events

    Technical Support A.2 System events System events System events on the HMI device provide information about internal states of the HMI device and the controller. Note System events are only indicated if an alarm window was configured. System events are output in the language currently set on your HMI device.
  • Page 121: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations ANSI American National Standards Institution Central Processing Unit Clear To Send Direct Current Data Carrier Detect DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Dual-in-Line (electronic chip housing design) Domain Name System Distributed I/O Data Source Name Data Set Ready Data Terminal Ready Input and Output Components and modules endangered by electrostatic discharge Electromagnetic Compatibility...
  • Page 122 Abbreviations RJ45 Registered Jack Type 45 Request to send Receive Data SD Card Security Digital Card SELV Safety Extra Low Voltage Service Pack Programmable Logic Controller Super Twisted Nematic Sub-D Subminiature D (plug) Tabulator TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Thin Film Transistor Teletype Transmit Data Underwriter’s Laboratory...
  • Page 123: Glossary

    Glossary "Transfer" mode HMI device operating mode for transferring an executable project from the configuring PC to an HMI device. Acknowledge Acknowledgment of an alarm confirms that it has been noted. Alarm, acknowledgment Acknowledgment of an alarm confirms that it has been noted. Alarm, activated Moment at which an alarm is triggered by the PLC or HMI device.
  • Page 124 Glossary Configuration software The configuration software is used to create projects for process visualization. WinCC is an example of this type of configuration software. Configuring PC A configuring PC is a programming device or PC on which plant projects are created using an engineering software.
  • Page 125 Glossary Half Brightness Life Time Time period after which brightness is reduced to 50% of the original value. The specified value depends on the operating temperature. HMI device HMI devices are used to operate and monitor machinery and plants. The machine or plant states are visualized on the HMI device by means of graphic objects or signal lamps.
  • Page 126 Glossary PLC is a general term for devices and systems with which the HMI device communicates, e.g. SIMATIC S7. PLC job A PLC job triggers a function at the HMI device. Process visualization Denotes visualization of technical processes by means of text and graphic elements. Configured plant screens enable intervention in runtime plant processes by means of data input and output.
  • Page 127 Glossary ProSave ProSave provides all functions which are necessary to transfer data between the configuration PC and the HMI device, for example, backup and restoring data or managing license keys and options. ProSave is installed by default together with WinCC. The standalone version of ProSave can also be used for service purposes on a PC without WinCC installation.
  • Page 128 Glossary Symbolic I/O field Symbolic I/O fields are used for the input and output of values. A field contains a list of default entries from which one can be selected. System alarms System alarms are assigned the "System" alarm class. A system alarm reports internal states of the HMI device and of the PLC.
  • Page 129: Index

    Index Connecting Controller, 33 Equipotential bonding, 28 Power supply, 30 Acoustic feedback, 58 Programming device, 31 Approval, (EAC) USB device, 35 Marine, 98 Control cabinet Approvals, 97 Working on, 17 Assign PLC address, 54 Control Panel Australia, 98 Functions, 49 Autostart Runtime, 59 Decimal places, 45 Degree of pollution, 102...
  • Page 130 Index Figures, 5 Installing Functional scope HMI device, 25 Alarm buffer, 115 WinCC option, 93 Alarms, 115 Insulation test, 102 Graphic objects, 118 Interfaces Graphics lists, 117 KTP400 Basic, KTP700 Basic, 110 Infotext, 117 KTP900 Basic, KTP1200 Basic, 112 Language change, 118 Internet settings, 68 Limit value monitoring, 115 Logging, 116...
  • Page 131 Index Offline Radiation, 18 Operating mode, 74 High-frequency radiation, 18 Test, 79 Radio interference, 19 Online Rated load Operating mode, 74 USB port, 36 Test, 79 Rated voltage, 109 Operating instructions Recommissioning, 73 Purpose of, 3 Recycling, 96 Scope, conventions, 4 Registered trademarks, 6 Operating mode, 74 Regulations for the prevention of accidents, 17...
  • Page 132 Index Screen keyboard Testing Alphanumerical, 42 HMI device, 36 Key assignment, 42 Time server, 56 KTP700 Basic, KTP900 Basic, KTP1200 Basic, 42 Trademarks, 6 Screen saver, 71 Transfer, 73, 74, 75 Securing device Automatic, 77 With mounting clips, 26 Manual, 75 SELV, 30 Project, 73 Service and commissioning...

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