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SIMATIC HMI
HMI devices
Comfort Panels
Operating Instructions
07/2017
A5E36770603-AB
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Preface
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Overview
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Safety instructions
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Mounting and connecting the
HMI device
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Commissioning the device
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Commissioning a project
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Operating a project
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Maintenance and care
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Technical information
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Technical Support
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Markings and symbols
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  • Page 1 ___________________ Preface ___________________ Overview ___________________ SIMATIC HMI Safety instructions ___________________ Mounting and connecting the HMI device HMI devices Comfort Panels ___________________ Commissioning the device ___________________ Commissioning a project Operating Instructions ___________________ Operating a project ___________________ Maintenance and care ___________________ Technical information ___________________ 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

    Scope of the operating instructions The operating instructions apply to the following HMI devices in conjunction with the WinCC software package: Name Type Article number SIMATIC HMI KP400 Comfort 4" Key Panel 6AV2124-1DC01-0AX0 SIMATIC HMI KTP400 Comfort 4" Touch/Key Panel 6AV2124-2DC01-0AX0 SIMATIC HMI KP700 Comfort 7"...
  • Page 4 HMI device. Provide all stored documents to subsequent owners of the HMI device. Trademarks The following designations marked with the symbol ® are registered trademarks of Siemens AG: ● HMI ® ● SIMATIC ®...
  • Page 5 Preface Naming conventions Term Applies to System System • Machining center • One or more machines • Comfort HMI KP400 Comfort KP1500 Comfort • • device KTP400 Comfort TP1500 Comfort • • HMI device KP700 Comfort TP1900 Comfort • • Device TP700 Comfort TP2200 Comfort...
  • Page 6 Preface Term Applies to Comfort V2 KP1500 Comfort, MLFB • devices 6AV2124-1QC02-0AX1 TP1500 Comfort, MLFB • 6AV2124-0QC02-0AX1 TP1900 Comfort, MLFB • 6AV2124-0UC02-0AX1 TP2200 Comfort, MLFB • 6AV2124-0XC02-0AX1 WinCC WinCC V11 (TIA Portal) or higher WinCC V11 SP2 WinCC V14 SP1 for configuring devices of 12"...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Preface ............................3 Overview ............................ 13 Product description ......................13 Scope of delivery ....................... 15 Configuration of the devices ....................16 1.3.1 KP400 Comfort and KTP400 Comfort ................16 1.3.2 KP700 Comfort to KP1500 Comfort, TP700 Comfort to TP2200 Comfort ......18 1.3.3 Interfaces ..........................
  • Page 8 Table of contents Commissioning the device ......................61 Overview ..........................61 4.1.1 Firmware and software .......................61 4.1.2 Memory concept .........................61 4.1.3 Changing the memory cards ....................65 4.1.4 Front operator controls .......................67 Operating the device ......................69 4.2.1 Reference for system keys ....................69 4.2.2 Entering values with system keys ..................73 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel ................74...
  • Page 9 Table of contents 4.3.8 Enabling PROFINET ....................... 115 4.3.9 Enabling NTP ........................117 4.3.10 Configuring network operation ..................118 4.3.10.1 Overview ......................... 118 4.3.10.2 Specifying the computer name of the HMI device............. 120 4.3.10.3 Entering the IP address and name server ................ 121 4.3.10.4 Changing MPI/PROFIBUS DP settings ................
  • Page 10 Table of contents Operating a project........................173 Overview ..........................173 Function keys ........................176 Direct keys ........................176 Setting the project language .....................177 Input of values ........................178 Entering and editing numerical values ................179 Entering or changing alphanumeric values ...............180 Displaying infotext ......................181 Closing the project......................182 Maintenance and care ........................
  • Page 11 Table of contents 8.7.13 Dimension drawings of the TP1900 Comfort V1 ............... 206 8.7.14 Dimension drawings of the TP1900 Comfort V2 ............... 207 8.7.15 Dimension drawings of the TP2200 Comfort V1 ............... 208 8.7.16 Dimension drawings of the TP2200 Comfort V2 ............... 209 8.7.17 Dimensions for labeling strips ..................
  • Page 12 Table of contents Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 13: Overview

    Overview Product description SIMATIC HMI Comfort Panels are a fully redesigned product line of the Touch Panels and Key Panels. The product line includes the following models: ● Five key panels (operated by keyboard) with 4", 7", 9", 12" and 15" displays ●...
  • Page 14 Overview 1.1 Product description Software Internet Explorer to display web pages Viewer for PDF, Excel and Word documents Runtime software with logging and scripting functionality, system diagnostics for SIMATC controllers, display of trends (f(x), f(t)), etc. Data storage 2 memory card slots One slot for storing user data •...
  • Page 15: Scope Of Delivery

    Overview 1.2 Scope of delivery Scope of delivery The scope of delivery of the HMI device includes the following components: Name Figure Quantity HMI device Installation instructions (Quick Install Guide) Mounting clips with Plastic mounting clip KTP400 Comfort grub screw KP400 Comfort Aluminum mounting clip TP700 Comfort...
  • Page 16: Configuration Of The Devices

    Overview 1.3 Configuration of the devices Configuration of the devices 1.3.1 KP400 Comfort and KTP400 Comfort The following sections describe the basic design of the KP400 Comfort and KTP400 Comfort HMI devices. Front view The figure below shows the front view of the HMI devices, KP400 Comfort (left) and KTP400 Comfort (right): ①...
  • Page 17 Overview 1.3 Configuration of the devices Rear view The figure below shows the rear view of the HMI devices, KP400 Comfort (left) and KTP400 Comfort (right): ① Rating plate ② Slots for SD memory cards - accessible from the device side ③...
  • Page 18: Kp700 Comfort To Kp1500 Comfort, Tp700 Comfort To Tp2200 Comfort

    Overview 1.3 Configuration of the devices 1.3.2 KP700 Comfort to KP1500 Comfort, TP700 Comfort to TP2200 Comfort The following sections describe the basic design of the devices with 7" or larger displays, using the KP700 Comfort and TP700 Comfort as examples. The enclosure dimensions and form for the other models may differ from the illustrations shown.
  • Page 19 Overview 1.3 Configuration of the devices Rear view Comfort V1/1.1 devices The figure below shows back views of Comfort V1/V1.1 devices with KP700 Comfort and TP700 Comfort as examples. ① Rating plate ② Slots for SD memory cards ③ Labeling strip Comfort V2 devices The figure below shows the back view of Comfort V2 devices with TP1500 Comfort as an example.
  • Page 20: Interfaces

    Overview 1.3 Configuration of the devices Side view The figure below shows the side views of the HMI devices with the Comfort V1 devices, KP700 Comfort and TP700 Comfort, as examples. ① Cutouts for mounting clips ② Interfaces ③ Mounting seal 1.3.3 Interfaces Interfaces for the 4"...
  • Page 21 Overview 1.3 Configuration of the devices Interfaces for the 7", 9" and 12" models The figure below shows the interfaces for the following HMI devices: ● KP700 and TP700 Comfort ● KP900 and TP900 Comfort ● KP1200 and TP1200 Comfort ①...
  • Page 22: Accessories

    Accessories An accessory kit with the necessary accessories is included with the HMI device. Additional accessories can be found on the Internet (https://mall.industry.siemens.com/mall/en/WW/Catalog/Products/10144445). This section contains the number of accessories available at the time of publication of the operating instructions.
  • Page 23 Touch pen system for resistive and capacitive touch systems 6AV2181-8AV20-... ".." stands for the variant key of the article number. 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) Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 24: The Hmi Device In The Operating Process

    Overview 1.5 The HMI device in the operating process The HMI device in the operating process The HMI device is part of the operating process. The following two phases are key to the way the HMI device is integrated in the process: ●...
  • Page 25: Software Add-ons

    Must be transferred as an option; no license key is required for use You can find information on licensing in the TIA information system See also Approved printers for SIMATIC HMI Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/11376409) Printing with SIMATIC Comfort HMI devices (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/58205602) Comfort Panels...
  • Page 26 Overview 1.6 Software add-ons Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 27: Safety Instructions

    Safety instructions General safety instructions Open equipment and the Machinery Directive WARNING The device constitutes open equipment on the back side The device constitutes open equipment on the back side. This means that the device may only be integrated in an enclosure or cabinet which provides front access for operating the device.
  • Page 28 Safety instructions 2.1 General safety instructions Hazardous areas When operating the HMI device in hazardous areas the following warning applies. WARNING Explosion Hazard Do not disconnect while circuit is live unless area is known to be non-hazardous. Substitution of components may impair suitability for Class I, Division 2 or Zone 2. Risque d'Explosion Ne pas déconnecter pendant que le circuit est sous tension, sauf si la zone est non- dangereuse.
  • Page 29: Security Management For Hmi Devices

    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 30: Notes About Usage

    Safety instructions 2.3 Notes about usage Notes about usage NOTICE The HMI device is approved for indoor use only. The HMI device may be damaged if it is operated outdoors. Operate the HMI device indoors only. Note Operate the device only in a normal atmospheric environment The technical characteristics of the device described in the operating instructions are guaranteed if you operate the device in normal ambient air conditions with usual air composition.
  • Page 31 Safety instructions 2.3 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 32 Safety instructions 2.3 Notes about usage Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 33: Mounting And Connecting The Hmi Device

    A damaged part will cause the HMI device to malfunction. Do not install parts damaged during shipment. In the case of damaged parts, contact your Siemens representative. Check the scope of supply of the HMI device (see Scope of delivery (Page 15)).
  • Page 34: Checking The Operating Conditions

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation 3.1.2 Checking the operating conditions Note the following aspects before installing the HMI device: 1. Familiarize yourself with the standards, approvals, EMC parameters and technical specifications for operation of the HMI device. This information is available in the following sections: –...
  • Page 35 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation Note Extended inclination and ambient temperature range You can operate 7" to 15" devices with extended inclination and extended temperature range under the following conditions: • The USB load does not exceed 100 mA per USB port. •...
  • Page 36 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation Mounting in horizontal format All HMI devices are suitable for horizontal mounting positions. A maximum ambient temperature of +50 °C is permitted for vertical mounting (0° tilt angle); a maximum of +40 °C is permitted for inclined mounting. The ambient temperature for TP1900 and TP2200 Comfort when installed vertically should not exceed +45 °C.
  • Page 37: Checking Clearances

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation 3.1.4 Checking clearances The following clearances are required around the HMI device to ensure sufficient self- ventilation: ● At least 15 mm to both the right and left of the mounting cutout (in x direction) to allow for insertion of the mounting clips during installation ●...
  • Page 38: Preparing The Mounting Cutout

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation 3.1.5 Preparing 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 39: Labeling The Function Keys

    You will find labeling strip templates with a scale of 1:1 as a Word file: ● On the Internet at: Downloads for Comfort Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/47182890/133100) ● In the "Support" folder on the WinCC installation DVD If you would like to make your own labeling strips, you can find the dimensions under "Dimensions for labeling strips (Page 210)".
  • Page 40 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation Procedure Proceed as follows: 1. Edit the template on a PC and then print it. 2. Apply a fixation spray film to the labeling strips. The printout can be made water and smudge-proof with a fixation spray. The color printer ink will not bleed onto the keyboard film as well.
  • Page 41 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.1 Preparing for installation The figure below shows the positions of the guides for labeling strips with Comfort V1 device, KP1500 Comfort, as an example. ① Guide for labeling strips F1, F3 ... F15 ②...
  • Page 42: Mounting The Device

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.2 Mounting the device Mounting the device Positions of the mounting clips To achieve the degree of protection for the HMI device, the positions for the mounting clips shown below must be adhered to. The positions of the mounting clips are marked by stamps on the cutouts.
  • Page 43 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.2 Mounting the device Comfort Mounting clips HMI device Type Quantity Position on the HMI device TP700 Aluminum mounting clips KP700 TP900 TP1200 KP900 KP1200 KP1500 Steel mounting clips TP1500 TP1900 TP2200 Requirement ● All packaging components and protective films were removed from the HMI device. ●...
  • Page 44 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.2 Mounting the device Procedure Note Risk of guaranteed degree of protection not being met If the mounting seal is damaged or protrudes beyond the HMI device, the degree of protection is not ensured. Checking the placement of the mounting seal To avoid leakage around the mounting cutout, do not install the mounting seal turned inside out.
  • Page 45 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.2 Mounting the device Proceed as follows: 1. Insert the HMI device into the mounting cutout from the front. The figure shows a KP700 Comfort as an example. 2. Insert the mounting clip into the cutout provided on the HMI device. 3.
  • Page 46: Connecting The Device

    ● The HMI device must be mounted according to the specifications of these operating instructions. ● Always use shielded standard cables for the data cable. Additional information is available in the catalog and online order system at: Industry Mall (https://mall.industry.siemens.com). Connection sequence Connect the HMI device in the following sequence: 1. Equipotential bonding 2.
  • Page 47: Connecting The Equipotential Bonding Circuit

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device 3.3.2 Connecting the equipotential bonding circuit Differences in electrical potential Differences in electrical potential can develop between spatially separate system components. Such electrical potential differences can lead to high equalizing currents across the data cables and therefore to the destruction of their interfaces.
  • Page 48 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device Wiring diagram The following figure shows the connection of the equipotential bonding with KP700 Comfort as an example and also applies to the other Comfort devices. ① Control cabinet ② Equipotential bonding cable, 4 mm ③...
  • Page 49: Connecting The Power Supply

    An external protective circuit is required for operation with 24 V DC, see section 7 "Lightning protection and overvoltage protection" in function manual "Designing interference-free controllers (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/59193566)". Wiring diagram The following figure shows the connection between the power supply and the HMI device with TP1500 Comfort V2 as an example.
  • Page 50 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device Connecting the power supply connector NOTICE Do not damage the socket Do not tighten the screws of the power supply connector when it is plugged into the HMI device. The pressure from the screwdriver could damage the HMI device socket. Connect the power supply cables when the power supply connector is unplugged from the HMI device.
  • Page 51: Connecting The Configuration Pc

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device 3.3.4 Connecting the configuration PC Wiring diagram The following figure shows how to connect a Comfort V1 device to a configuration PC with TP1500 Comfort V1 as an example. The Comfort V1.1 devices are connected in the same way. The following figure shows how to connect a Comfort V2 device to a configuration PC with TP1500 Comfort V2 as an example.
  • Page 52 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device Note You can also connect the HMI device to the configuration PC via PROFIBUS. But the transmission rate may result in extremely long transfer times. Information on the USB type Mini-B interface Note USB type Mini-B interface only suitable for commissioning The USB type Mini-B interface is not intended for connecting peripheral devices.
  • Page 53: Connecting The Controller

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device Result The configuration PC and HMI device are connected. If you have connected the HMI device directly to the configuration PC using the PROFINET (LAN) interface, you have to assign an IP address to the HMI device afterwards. If Windows XP is installed on the configuration PC and you have connected the HMI device to the configuration PC via USB, you will be prompted to install the USB driver.
  • Page 54 For KP700 and TP900 Comfort, use only a straight connector at interface X2 PROFIBUS. Standard cables are available for the connection. Additional information is available on the Internet at Industry Mall (https://mall.industry.siemens.com). Connecting PROFINET Note PROFINET IO communication For instructions regarding the installation of PROFINET networks, refer to the "PROFINET...
  • Page 55: Connecting A Usb Device

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device 3.3.6 Connecting a USB device Below are examples of devices you can connect to the USB type A interfaces of the HMI device: ● External mouse ● External keyboard ● Printer ●...
  • Page 56: Connecting A Printer

    You can find a list of current printers and required settings for HMI devices on the Internet at "Approved printers for SIMATIC HMI Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/11376409)". Observe the supplied printer documentation when you connect the printer. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 57: Connecting An Audio Device

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device 3.3.8 Connecting an audio device You can use the "Line Out" port for audio output devices, such as active speakers or audio amplifiers. Note Cable to "Line Out" interface may cause increased emitted interference If you connect an audio device to the "Line-Out"...
  • Page 58: Switching On And Testing The Hmi Device

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device 3.3.9 Switching on and testing the HMI device Procedure 1. Switch on the power supply. The display lights up. If the HMI device fails to start, you may have crossed the cables on the power supply connector.
  • Page 59: Securing The Cables

    Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device Function test Perform a function test following commissioning. The HMI device is fully functional when one of the following states is indicated: ● The "Transfer" dialog is displayed. ● The Start Center is displayed. ●...
  • Page 60 Mounting and connecting the HMI device 3.3 Connecting the device Installing a strain relief With the 4" and 7" models, protect the cables with a separate strain relief. Install the strain relief on the HMI device. The following figure shows the fixing elements of the strain relief for the 4" model: ①...
  • Page 61: Commissioning The Device

    You can find the latest updates and patches for your HMI device on the Internet (https://support.industry.siemens.com). Enter the article number of your HMI device as a search term and filter the contributions according to the by contribution type "Download".
  • Page 62 Commissioning the device 4.1 Overview Internal memory The following data is saved in the internal memory: ● Operating system ● Project file ● License keys ● User administration ● Recipes* ● Other data, such as documents or media files * To store recipes in the internal memory, select "\Flash\" as the path in WinCC. Note Cyclic write access to the internal memory is not permitted Cyclic write access to internal memory is not permitted, because it reduces the service life of...
  • Page 63 To store recipes on the memory card, select "\Storage Card SD\" as the path in WinCC. You can use commercially available memory cards with the "SD(IO / HC)" or "MMC" format. For reasons of data consistency, Siemens recommends the use of the SIMATIC HMI Memory Card as memory card, see Accessories (Page 22).
  • Page 64 Commissioning the device 4.1 Overview Slots for memory card and system memory card The slots for memory card and system memory card are on the back of the enclosure for the 7" models. The memory cards and system memory cards are thus accessible at the rear of the cabinet.
  • Page 65: Changing The Memory Cards

    Commissioning the device 4.1 Overview 4.1.3 Changing the memory cards Introduction The memory cards and system memory cards are protected by a safety catch. The memory card and system memory card can be hot-swapped during ongoing operation of the HMI device.
  • Page 66 Commissioning the device 4.1 Overview The following description uses a Comfort V1 device with a ≥7" display diagonal as an example. 1. Slide the safety catch into the required position. 2. To remove the memory card and/or system memory card, briefly press the card in question.
  • Page 67: Front Operator Controls

    Commissioning the device 4.1 Overview 4.1.4 Front operator controls Touch HMI device You can operate the Touch HMI devices with the touch screen. All operating elements required for operation are displayed on the touch screen once the HMI device has been started.
  • Page 68 Commissioning the device 4.1 Overview The figure below shows the operator controls on the front of the key HMI devices using the KP700 Comfort as an example: ① Display and function keys with LED The number of function keys varies depending on display size ②...
  • Page 69: Operating The Device

    Commissioning the device 4.2 Operating the device Operating the device 4.2.1 Reference for system keys You operate key HMI devices using the system keys. Alphanumeric assignment of system keys The following table shows the alphanumeric assignment of the system keys from "0" to "9": Alphanumeric assignment <space>\@#%?!"':;<>()[]{}€$&%^°~|_1 ABCÄÀ2...
  • Page 70 Commissioning the device 4.2 Operating the device The table below shows the system key functions that work both in the Control Panel and in the project: Key or keyboard Function shortcut Switch between upper and lower case: LED on: Upper case •...
  • Page 71 Commissioning the device 4.2 Operating the device Using the operating systems and Explorer The table below shows the system key functions when using the operating system and the Explorer: Key or keyboard Function shortcut Enables the taskbar and opens the Start menu. Displays the loader.
  • Page 72 Commissioning the device 4.2 Operating the device Operating the Control Panel and dialogs The table below shows the system key functions when operating the Control Panel and dialogs: Key or keyboard Function shortcut Activates the menu. Use the cursor keys to navigate in the menu. Selects or clears a check box.
  • Page 73: Entering Values With System Keys

    Commissioning the device 4.2 Operating the device 4.2.2 Entering values with system keys The system keys of the HMI devices have the same operating concept as the keypad of a cell phone. Each system key is assigned several letters and special characters of the alphabet and one number.
  • Page 74: Parameter Assignment For Comfort Panel

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.1 Desktop and Start Center Once the HMI device has been started, the display shows the desktop. ① Desktop ② Start Center ③ Start menu ④ Icon for screen keyboard The Start Center The Start Center buttons have the following function:...
  • Page 75: Installed Programs

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.2 Installed programs Overview The following programs are installed on the HMI devices by default: ● Viewers for documents in "PDF", "Excel" and "Word" format ● Media Player ● Internet Explorer The programs can be found on the desktop or in the Start menu under "Programs".
  • Page 76: Security Mode

    The video file names may not contain any special characters except for "_" . You can find more information on the Internet in the entry "Videos on Comfort Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/62101921)". Media Player for the HMI device and the Media Player version that can run on a PC differ in terms of functionality.
  • Page 77: Using The Hmi Device In Password-protected Security Mode

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.3.2 Using the HMI device in password-protected security mode If security mode has been activated, only the "Transfer" and "Start" buttons can be operated without a password. To deactivate security mode, delete the password as described in "Changing password protection (Page 93)".
  • Page 78: Control Panel

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.4 Control Panel 4.3.4.1 Opening the settings The Control Panel can be opened as follows: ● With the "Settings" button in the Start Center. ● In the Start menu via "Settings > Control Panel" The figure below shows the open Control Panel using the example of an HMI device with 7"...
  • Page 79 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Icon Functional description Specifying the logon data (Page 125) Backing up registry information and temporary data (Page 102) Displaying information about the Comfort Panel (Page 105) Restarting the HMI device (Page 89) Calibrating the touch screen (Page 88) Changing password protection (Page 93) Changing the printer properties (Page 103)
  • Page 80: Operating The Control Panel

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.4.3 Operating the Control Panel You can operate the Control Panel using the touch screen. The following steps give a general description of how to operate a function. Requirement ● The current project has been closed. ●...
  • Page 81 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Representation types for the screen keyboard You can toggle the screen keyboard display as follows. Alphanumerical screen keyboard The alphanumerical screen keyboard has the following levels. ● Normal level – HMI device with 4" display –...
  • Page 82 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Reduced screen keyboard You activate the reduced screen keyboard with the key. Changing the display of the screen keyboard Function Switching between the numerical and alphanumerical keyboard Switching between the normal level and Shift level of the alphanumerical screen keyboard Switchover to special characters Switching from full display to reduced display...
  • Page 83: Configuring Operation

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.5 Configuring operation 4.3.5.1 Changing display brightness You can use this function to change the brightness of the display by changing the intensity of the backlighting. The intensity of the backlighting can be adjusted with a slider or with the "Reduce brightness"...
  • Page 84: Change Screen Orientation

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.5.2 Change screen orientation You use this function to change the screen orientation of a touch HMI device. Note Project is deleted when the screen orientation is changed If you change the screen orientation and a project is located on the HMI device, the project will be deleted when the screen orientation is changed on the HMI device.
  • Page 85: Configuring The Screen Keyboard

    You can use this function to change the layout and the position of the screen keyboard. Requirement The Control Panel is open. Procedure 1. Open the "Siemens HMI Input Panel" dialog using the "InputPanel" icon. ① This button opens the screen keyboard ②...
  • Page 86: Setting The Character Repeat Rate Of The Screen Keyboard

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.5.4 Setting the character repeat rate of the screen keyboard You can use this function to set the character repeat and repeat delay for the screen keyboard. Requirement The Control Panel is open. Procedure 1.
  • Page 87: Setting The Double-click

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.5.5 Setting the double-click You start applications in the Control Panel and in the operating system with a double-click. A double-click corresponds to two brief touches. In the "Mouse Properties" dialog, make the following settings for operation with the touch screen: ●...
  • Page 88: Calibrating The Touch Screen

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.5.6 Calibrating the touch screen Parallax may occur on the touch screen depending on the mounting position and perspective. To prevent any resulting operating errors, you may need to calibrate the touch screen.
  • Page 89: Restarting The Hmi Device

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4. Touch the center of the calibration cross until it is shown at the next position. The calibration cross appears at four other positions. Once you have touched the calibration cross at all positions, the following dialog appears: 5.
  • Page 90 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Requirement ● If you want to restore the factory settings: The HMI device is connected in accordance with "Connecting the configuration PC (Page 51)". Procedure 1. Open the "OP Properties" dialog using the "OP" icon. 2.
  • Page 91: General Settings

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.6 General settings 4.3.6.1 Regional and language settings The date, time and decimal points are displayed differently in different countries. You can adapt the display format to meet the requirements of various regions. The country-specific settings apply to the current project.
  • Page 92 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Open the "Date/Time Properties" dialog using the "Date/Time" icon. ① Date selection box ② Text box for the time ③ Time zone selection box ④ Check box for activating and deactivating daylight saving time ⑤...
  • Page 93: Changing Password Protection

    Additional information is available here: "SIMATIC Safety - Configuring and Programming" programming and operating manual (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/54110126) NOTICE Synchronizing the date and time If the data and time is not synchronized and time-based reactions are triggered by the HMI device, malfunctions in the PLC may occur.
  • Page 94: Setting The Screen Saver

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Open the "Password Properties" dialog using the "Password" icon. 2. Enter the password under "Password". 3. Repeat the password under "Confirm password". 4. Confirm your entry with "OK". Result The "secure mode"...
  • Page 95 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel NOTICE Activating the screen saver Display content that is not changed for a long period can remain dimly visible in the background for a long time. This effect is reversible when you use a screen saver with moving image.
  • Page 96: Configuring Transfer

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 5. The "Allow manual dim up at deactivation of screensaver" for the "Blank Screen" screen saver works as follows: – If the option is activated, you can dim the display brightness on deactivation of the screen saver.
  • Page 97 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Open the "Transfer Settings" dialog using the "Transfer" icon. ① Transfer group ② Digital signatures group ③ Transfer channel group ④ Button for parameter assignment of the transfer channel properties 2.
  • Page 98 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4. "Digital signatures" group: To select the check of the signature during transfer of an HMI device image, select the "Validate Signatures" check box. This function is available in connection with an HMI device image that is compatible with WinCC (TIA Portal) V14 or higher.
  • Page 99: Memory Management

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.6.6 Memory management Displaying memory distribution This function displays the size of the flash memory and its archived data and program data allocation. Requirement The Control Panel is open. Procedure 1. Open the "System Properties" dialog using the "System" icon. 2.
  • Page 100 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Open the "Transfer Settings" dialog using the "Transfer" icon. 2. Change to the "Directories" tab. ① Storage location for project file, cannot be set ② Directory where the compressed source file of your project is saved ③...
  • Page 101 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Activating memory management Note Memory management If you do not activate memory management, undefined states can occur during the runtime of the project. Requirement The Control Panel is open. Procedure Proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 102: Backing Up Registry Information And Temporary Data

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.6.7 Backing up registry information and temporary data You can install and uninstall your own software on and from the HMI device. You need to back up the registry settings to flash memory after installation or removal. You can also save the data in the memory buffer to flash memory.
  • Page 103: Changing The Printer Properties

    Line printing of alarms is not possible on a network printer. The list of current printers and required settings for HMI devices can be found on the Internet at "Approved printers for SIMATIC HMI Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/11376409)". Requirement The Control Panel is open.
  • Page 104: Displaying General System Properties

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 8. If the printer selected can print in color and you wish it to do so, select the "Color" check box. 9. If you use a Brother HL 2700 printer, select the "CMY" check box. This allows you to improve the color quality for the printed pages.
  • Page 105: Displaying Information About The Comfort Panel

    4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.6.10 Displaying information about the Comfort Panel You can use this function to display device-specific information. You will need this information if you contact Technical Support (https://support.industry.siemens.com). Requirement The Control Panel is open. Procedure 1.
  • Page 106: Setting Volume And Sound

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.6.11 Setting volume and sound Volume and sound of 4" devices You can activate an acoustic feedback for keyboard and touch screen operations. A sound is emitted with each touch or activation of a key. Requirement The Control Panel is open.
  • Page 107 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Volume and sound of 7" and larger devices You can activate an acoustic feedback for keyboard and touch screen operations. A sound is emitted with each touch or activation of a key. Requirement The Control Panel is open.
  • Page 108 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Assigning sounds and events 1. Change to the "Sound" tab. 2. Under "Event", select the event to which you want to assign a sound. Events to which a sound is already assigned are marked with a loudspeaker symbol. 3.
  • Page 109: Changing Internet Settings

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.7 Changing Internet settings 4.3.7.1 Changing general settings You can use this function to set the homepage and search engine page for an Internet connection over Internet Explorer. Requirement ● The Control Panel is open. ●...
  • Page 110: Setting The Proxy Server

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.7.2 Setting the proxy server Use this function to configure the type of Internet access. Requirement ● The Control Panel is open. ● Your system administrator has provided you with the necessary information. Procedure 1.
  • Page 111: Changing Internet Security Settings

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.7.3 Changing Internet security settings A cookie typically contains information about websites visited; the Internet browser saves this information automatically when you surf the Internet. If you want to restrict the storing of cookies, you can do so on a tab of the "Internet Options"...
  • Page 112: Activating Encryption Protocols

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.7.4 Activating encryption protocols Data can be encrypted for greater data transmission security. Common encryption protocols include SSL and TLS. TLS is a more advanced encryption protocol than SSL. You can activate or deactivate the usage of encryption protocols.
  • Page 113: Importing, Displaying And Deleting Certificates

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.7.5 Importing, displaying and deleting certificates You can use this function to import, display and delete certificates. The certificates are proof of an IT qualification and the categories are as follows: ●...
  • Page 114 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4. Use the "Import.." button to specify the source from which the certificate will be imported. The following dialog appears: ① Import from a file ② Import from a smart card reader 5.
  • Page 115: Enabling Profinet

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 9. You can use the "Remove" button to delete a certificate. Note The entry is deleted immediately and without further inquiry. If you want to again use a deleted certificate, you need to import it again from a storage medium. 10.
  • Page 116 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 2. Select the "PROFINET IO enabled" check box. Note PROFINET device name must match the PROFINET device name in WinCC If the PROFINET device name does not match the PROFINET device name entered in WinCC, the direct keys will not work.
  • Page 117: Enabling Ntp

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.9 Enabling NTP To obtain the time of the HMI device from a time server, you can specify up to four different time servers. The time is synchronized using the "Network Time Protocol". The synchronization cycle applies to all configured time servers.
  • Page 118: Configuring Network Operation

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 7. Use the "Test" button to check the accessibility of the time server. The communication connection to the time server is established and the time is displayed in the "DateTime:" display field. The IP address of the time server is also displayed in the "Address"...
  • Page 119 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Addressing Within a PROFINET network, computers are usually addressed using computer names. These device names are translated from a DNS or WINS server to TCP/IP addresses. This is why you need a DNS or WINS server for addressing by means of computer names when the HMI device is in a PROFINET network.
  • Page 120: Specifying The Computer Name Of The Hmi Device

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.10.2 Specifying the computer name of the HMI device You can use this function to assign a computer name to the HMI device. The computer name is used to identify the HMI device in the local network. Requirement The Control Panel is open.
  • Page 121: Entering The Ip Address And Name Server

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.10.3 Entering the IP address and name server You can change the network settings for the LAN connection under "Network&Dial- Up Connections". You can also configure the properties of the Ethernet ports of the HMI device.
  • Page 122 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 5. If you have selected manual address assignment, enter the corresponding addresses under "IP Address", "Subnet Mask" and under "Default Gateway", if necessary. Note PROFINET I/O error if the PN_X1 and PN_X3 subnet masks are identical In principle, the two network adapters may be assigned to a shared physical subnetwork.
  • Page 123 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 8. If you want to set additional Ethernet parameters, open the "Ethernet Parameters" tab. The KP400 Comfort and KTP400 Comfort HMI devices only have one Ethernet port ("Port1"). 9. The transmission mode and the speed of the Ethernet ports are set automatically by default.
  • Page 124: Changing Mpi/profibus Dp Settings

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.10.4 Changing MPI/PROFIBUS DP settings The communication settings for MPI or PROFIBUS DP are defined in the project of the HMI device. In the following cases, the transfer settings may have to be changed: ●...
  • Page 125: Specifying The Logon Data

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 2. Enter the bus address for the HMI device under "Address". Note The bus address in the "Address" text box must be unique throughout the MPI/PROFIBUS DP network. 3. Select the transmission rate under "Transmission Rate". 4.
  • Page 126: Configuring E-mail

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4. Enter the name of your assigned domain in the "Domain" text box. 5. Confirm your entries with "OK". The dialog closes. The logon data has now been set. 4.3.10.6 Configuring e-mail You use this function to set the SMTP server, sender name and e-mail account for e-mail service.
  • Page 127 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4. Enter the name of the sender in the "Name of sender" entry field. The computer name is an appropriate sender name – see section "Specifying the computer name of the HMI device (Page 120)". 5.
  • Page 128: Configuring Telnet For Remote Control

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.10.7 Configuring Telnet for remote control When the Telnet service is activated, you can remotely control the HMI device via Telnet. Requirement The Control Panel is open. Procedure 1. Open the "WinCC Internet Settings" dialog using the "WinCC Internet Settings" icon. 2.
  • Page 129: Configure Sm@rt Server

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.10.8 Configure Sm@rt Server You can use this option to configure the Sm@rtServer for the HMI device. You can then access the HMI device using a Web browser, the Sm@rtClient app or other Java-based clients.
  • Page 130 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 3. Select the options for starting and closing the Sm@rtServer. – If the Sm@tServer is to be started immediately after power-up of the HMI device, select the "Start automatically after booting" option. If this option is disabled, the Sm@rtServer must be started manually using the "Start"...
  • Page 131: Configure Web Server

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.10.9 Configure Web Server You can use this option to configure the HMI device as HTTP server. You can then view the HTML pages of the server HMI device using a Web browser or access the tags of the server HMI device using the "SIMATIC HMI HTTP Protocol".
  • Page 132 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Open the "WinCC Internet Settings" dialog using the "WinCC Internet Settings" icon. 2. Change to the "Web Server" tab. 3. In the "Tag acces" group, define the type of access to the tags of the server HMI device. –...
  • Page 133 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 11. In the "Authorizations" tab you specify the Web authorizations. To use the SIMATIC HTTP server, the user must have the Web authorization "RTCommunication". 12. Save the settings using "Apply" and close the dialog box with "OK". 13.
  • Page 134: Functions For Service And Commissioning

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.11 Functions for service and commissioning 4.3.11.1 Saving to external storage medium – backup You can use this function to back up the operating system, applications and data from the flash memory of the HMI device to an external storage medium. Use a SIMATIC HMI Memory card or an industry-compatible USB stick as the storage medium.
  • Page 135 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 2. Press the "Next" button. The following dialog appears: The "0 devices found" message appears if there is no storage medium in the HMI device or if it is defective. Insert a storage media or replace the storage medium. 3.
  • Page 136: Restoring From External Storage Medium - Restore

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 7. Press the "Backup" button. The following dialog appears: 8. Use the option buttons to select the data you want to back up. 9. If required, change the file name in the "File name" field. 10.
  • Page 137 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Requirement ● The Control Panel is open. ● The storage medium with the backed up data is inserted in the HMI device. Procedure 1. Open the "Service & Commissioning" dialog using the "Service & Commissioning" icon. 2.
  • Page 138 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 6. Press the "Next" button. The following dialog is displayed. 7. Select the required backup file in the "Backup files on" group. 8. If you need information about the selected file, press the "Details" button. The "Properties of backup file"...
  • Page 139: Update Operating System

    HMI device. You can find the HMI device image files, for example, in the WinCC installation directory under " \Siemens\Automation\Portal V14\Data\Hmi\Transfer\<HMI device image version>\Images". Procedure 1. Open the "Service & Commissioning" dialog using the "Service & Commissioning" icon.
  • Page 140 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 3. Press the "Next" button. The "Update OS image from external memory" dialog is displayed. The "0 devices found" message appears if there is no storage medium in the HMI device or if it is defective.
  • Page 141 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 9. To delete the selected file, press the "Delete" button. The "Delete confirmation" dialog is displayed. The file will be deleted when you press "OK". 10. To restore the data of the selected file, press the "Update" button. The "Update settings"...
  • Page 142: Load Project From External Storage Medium

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.11.4 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. You can use this function to load a project that was backed up to a storage medium in WinCC (TIA Portal) into the HMI device.
  • Page 143 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Press "Next". The "Load from external memory device" dialog is displayed. 2. Select the storage medium with the project data in the "Accessible devices" group. 3. Press "Next". The projects that are located on the external storage medium are displayed in the following dialog.
  • Page 144 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel The following messages can be displayed in the "Load Preview" dialog: – Alarms of type "Information": Icon Status Alarm Meaning Info Firmware version ... Firmware and Runtime version on the HMI Runtime version ...
  • Page 145 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel – Alarms of type "Error" with option: Icon Status Alarm Meaning Upgrade Runtime upgrade Runtime version on the HMI device is older than the Runtime version of the project, versions are incompatible, upgrade of Runtime version on the HMI device is required.
  • Page 146: Using Automatic Backup

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.11.5 Using automatic backup If the "Automatic Backup" function is enabled, the HMI device stores all data required for operation on the system memory card. You can insert the system memory card into any HMI device of the same type.
  • Page 147 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel If the "Automatic Backup" function is currently disabled ("Enabled: No"), the "Enable & Reboot" button is displayed. 3. Press the "Disable & Reboot" or "Enable &Reboot" button to disable or enable the automatic backup.
  • Page 148 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Using system memory card with automatically backed up data, no project data on the HMI device 1. In the "Service & Commissioning" dialog, "Automatic Backup" tab, check whether the "Automatic Backup" function is enabled. –...
  • Page 149: Editing Ip Addresses And Communication Connections

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel If the system memory card was recognized and read, the "Use system card" dialog is displayed as follows: 3. Select the "Start backup" check box in order to create a backup of the device data on an external storage medium before the device data is overwritten by the data on the system memory card.
  • Page 150 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel The following functions are also available: ● A scan function to list the HMI devices and PLC in the subnet. ● Filter function for the scan results ● Check assignment of IP addresses and device names for HMI devices and PLCs. ●...
  • Page 151 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 3. Open the "Assign IP" dialog using the "Assign IP" button. The following functions are available in the menu bar of this dialog: Menu Submenu/Entry Function Network Scan Start Start search for available devices in the subnet of the HMI device Stop Stop search for available devices in the subnet of the HMI...
  • Page 152 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 7. To stop scanning, press "Network > Scan > Stop". The scanning is stopped and the devices already found are shown in the list. 8. Select the target device whose IP address and device name you want to change. The following figure shows an example.
  • Page 153 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Configuring a communication connection If you have changed one or more IP addresses of controllers using the "Assign IP" function, you must then adapt the associated configured connections so that your device can communicate with the controller.
  • Page 154 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 3. Open the "Set Connection" dialog using the "Set Connection" button. ① Save setting ② Selected communication connection ③ List of configured communication connections ④ Text box for the IP address The following functions are available in the menu bar of this dialog: Menu Submenu/Entry...
  • Page 155: Uninterruptible Power Supply

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 8. Confirm with "OK". The dialog closes. 9. Restart the HMI device. The communication connection is configured. 4.3.12 Uninterruptible power supply 4.3.12.1 Setting the uninterruptible power supply An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) ensures that the HMI device is shut down in a controlled manner after a configurable buffer time in the event of a power failure.
  • Page 156 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Procedure 1. Open the "UPS Properties" dialog using the "UPS" icon. 2. Change to the "Configuration" tab. 3. If a controlled shutdown of the HMI device is to be performed following interruption of the power supply: –...
  • Page 157: State Of The Uninterruptible Power Supply

    Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel 4.3.12.2 State of the uninterruptible power supply If you have connected a UPS to a USB port of the HMI device, you can display the monitoring status of this port. Requirement ●...
  • Page 158 Commissioning the device 4.3 Parameter assignment for Comfort Panel Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 159: Commissioning A Project

    Commissioning a project Overview Configuration phase A project – the process image of the working process – is produced during configuration to visualize automated working processes. The process displays for the project contain displays for values and alarms which provide information about process statuses. The process control phase follows the configuration phase.
  • Page 160: Operating Modes

    Commissioning a project 5.2 Operating modes Operating modes Operating modes The HMI device may be in the following operating modes: ● Offline ● Online ● Transfer Changing the operating mode The configuration engineer must have configured an appropriate operating element to allow a change of the operating mode on the HMI device during ongoing operation.
  • Page 161: Using Existing Projects

    You can find more information on this topic in the WinCC online help. See also Migration of plants to SIMATIC (TIA Portal) Visualization (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/76878921) Data transmission options The following table shows the options for data transmission between an HMI device and the configuration PC.
  • Page 162: Transferring A Project With Wincc

    Commissioning a project 5.5 Transferring a project with WinCC Transferring a project with WinCC 5.5.1 Configuring data channel and setting transfer mode Requirement ● The project on the HMI device is complete. Procedure 1. Proceed as described in the section "Configuring transfer (Page 96)". 2.
  • Page 163 Commissioning a project 5.5 Transferring a project with WinCC Requirement ● The project to be transferred has been opened in WinCC. ● The project tree is displayed. ● The configuration PC is connected to the HMI device. ● Transfer mode is set on the HMI device. Procedure 1.
  • Page 164: Testing A Project

    Commissioning a project 5.5 Transferring a project with WinCC 5.5.3 Testing a project The options for testing a project are as follows: ● Test the project on the configuration PC You can test a project on a configuration PC, using a simulator. You can find detailed information on this in the online help of WinCC (TIA Portal).
  • Page 165: Backup And Restore

    Commissioning a project 5.6 Backup and restore Backup and restore 5.6.1 Overview Backup and restore A data backup saves the contents of the internal memory in a backup/restore file (.brf) on a configuration PC or on an external storage medium. The backup/restore file does not contain alarm logs and process value logs.
  • Page 166: Backing Up And Restoring Data Of The Hmi Device

    Commissioning a project 5.6 Backup and restore 5.6.2 Backing up and restoring data of the HMI device Note Use the restore function only for project data on HMI devices that were configured with the same configuration software. Requirement ● The HMI device is connected to the configuration PC. ●...
  • Page 167: Updating The Operating System

    Commissioning a project 5.7 Updating the operating system Updating the operating system 5.7.1 Updating the operating system Introduction If the operating system version of an HMI device is not compatible with the configuration, you need to update the operating system of the HMI device. Depending on the protocol used, the operating system on the HMI device is updated automatically upon prompting when the project is loaded.
  • Page 168: Updating The Operating System Of The Hmi Device

    Commissioning a project 5.7 Updating the operating system 5.7.2 Updating the operating system of the HMI device If possible, use the interface with the highest bandwidth, such as Ethernet, to make the connection. NOTICE Updating the operating system deletes all data on the HMI device If you update the operating system, data on the target system is deleted.
  • Page 169 Commissioning a project 5.7 Updating the operating system The HMI device is reset to the factory settings. To restore the factory settings on the HMI device, follow these steps: 1. Set the HMI device to "bootstrapping" mode. – Open the "OP Properties" dialog on the HMI device in the Control Panel. –...
  • Page 170: Managing Add-ons And License Keys

    Commissioning a project 5.8 Managing add-ons and license keys Managing add-ons and license keys 5.8.1 Managing add-ons Introduction You can install the following add-ons on an HMI device: ● Add-ons supplied with WinCC ● Add-ons purchased separately from WinCC The HMI device type determines which add-ons can be installed. For an overview of available add-ons, refer to "Introduction to WinCC".
  • Page 171: Transferring License Keys

    Commissioning a project 5.8 Managing add-ons and license keys 5.8.2 Transferring license keys Introduction You need a license key for WinCC Runtime add-ons to use them on an HMI device. The required licenses are usually supplied as license keys on a data medium, for example, a USB stick.
  • Page 172 Commissioning a project 5.8 Managing add-ons and license keys Procedure To transfer the license keys, follow these steps: 1. Open the "Automation License Manager". On a PC without a WinCC installation, open the "Automation License Manager" from the Windows Start menu. The "Automation License Manager"...
  • Page 173: Operating A Project

    Operating a project Overview Operator input options The hardware of the HMI device determines which of the following operator control options are available: ● Touch screen The operating elements shown in the dialogs are touch-sensitive. They are basically operated in the same way as mechanical keys. You activate operating elements by touching them with your finger.
  • Page 174 Operating a project 6.1 Overview Operating a project with an external keyboard An external keyboard can be used to operate a project in exactly the same way as with the HMI keyboard or screen keyboard. Note The function keys of the external keyboard are disabled. Operating a project with an external mouse The project can be operated with an external mouse in exactly the same way as with the HMI touch screen.
  • Page 175 Operating a project 6.1 Overview Optical feedback from operating elements The operating element receives the focus and is selected. The configuration engineer can also configure the selection of an operating element so that it deviates from the standard. Refer to your system documentation to find any additional information on this topic. The type of optical feedback depends on the operating element: ●...
  • Page 176: Function Keys

    Operating a project 6.2 Function keys Function keys Function keys Function key assignment is defined during configuration. The configuration engineer can assign function keys globally and locally. Function keys are available only on key HMI devices. Function keys with global function assignment A globally assigned function key always triggers the same action on the HMI device or in the controller regardless of the screen displayed.
  • Page 177: Setting The Project Language

    Operating a project 6.4 Setting the project language Note You can only use direct keys when there is a connection by means of PROFIBUS DP or PROFINET IO. Direct keys result in additional basic load on the HMI device. Note Direct key LEDs If keys of the HMI device that are equipped with an LED are used as direct keys over PROFINET IO, the following applies:...
  • Page 178: Input Of Values

    Operating a project 6.5 Input of values Selecting a language You can change project languages at any time. Language-specific objects are immediately output to the screen in the new language when you switch languages. The following options are available for switching the language: ●...
  • Page 179: Entering And Editing Numerical Values

    Operating a project 6.6 Entering and editing numerical values Entering and editing numerical values Introduction You enter numerical values depending on a type of HMI device, either with the system keys or the screen keyboard. You can also connect an external keyboard. Note When the screen keyboard is open, job mailbox 51, "Select screen"...
  • Page 180: Entering Or Changing Alphanumeric Values

    Operating a project 6.7 Entering or changing alphanumeric values Requirement Cursor is in an I/O field. Procedure Proceed as follows: 1. Enter the desired value using the system keys or the screen keyboard. 2. Discard the entry with <ESC>, if necessary. 3.
  • Page 181: Displaying Infotext

    Operating a project 6.8 Displaying infotext Requirement Cursor is in an I/O field. Procedure Proceed as follows: 1. Enter the desired value using the system keys or the screen keyboard. 2. Discard the entry with <ESC>, if necessary. 3. Conclude your entry with <ENTER>. Result The alphanumeric value has been entered or changed.
  • Page 182: Closing The Project

    Operating a project 6.9 Closing the project If an infotext is configured for an operating element, the infotext is displayed on the HMI device as follows: ● With touch devices, the <Help> key is shown in the screen keyboard. ● With key HMI devices, the LED lights the <HELP> key. Requirement Operating element with the configured infotext is selected.
  • Page 183: Maintenance And Care

    Maintaining and caring for the touch screen and the keyboard cover The HMI device is designed for low-maintenance operation. You should still clean the touch screen and keyboard film regularly. Observe the information on chemical resistance (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/39718396). Requirement ● Damp cleaning cloth ● Dishwashing liquid or foaming screen cleaning agent...
  • Page 184: Spare Parts And Repairs

    Depending on the work necessary to repair the device, the Center may decide to give you a credit. A credit is only granted when the sender ordered a new HMI device. The address is: Siemens AG Digital Factory Retouren-Center c/o Geis Service GmbH, Tor 1-4 Kraftwerkstraße 25a...
  • Page 185: Technical Information

    Microsoft licenses License fees for the pre-installed Microsoft operating system on the HMI devices are paid directly by Siemens to the Microsoft company. No COA label ("Certificate of Authenticity") and no other proof of license is required for the HMI device.
  • Page 186 Technical information 8.2 Certificates and approvals EU Declaration of Conformity The EU 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 D-92209 Amberg, Germany...
  • Page 187 Ex tc IIIC T 70 °C Dc IP65 x: Temperature values, see EC design examination certificate You can find additional information on use of the HMI device in hazardous areas under: ATEX-FAQ (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/291285) The EC type examination certificate is available on the Internet at: Technical Support (https://support.industry.siemens.com)
  • Page 188: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    After successful acceptance, the certificates are available on the Internet at the following address: Certificates for Comfort Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/47182890/134200) Electromagnetic compatibility The HMI device fulfills, among other things, the requirements of the EMC law pertaining to the domestic European market.
  • Page 189 External protective circuit required, see Function Manual "Designing Interference-free Controllers", section 7 "Lightning and overvoltage protection" You can find the Function Manual "Designing interference-free controllers" for download on the Internet (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/view/59193566). Sinusoidal interference The following table shows the EMC behavior of the modules with respect to sinusoidal interference.
  • Page 190: Mechanical Ambient Conditions

    Technical information 8.4 Mechanical ambient conditions Emission of radio interference The following table shows the emitted interference from electromagnetic fields according to EN 61000-6-4, measured at a distance of 10 m. From 30 to 230 MHz < 40 dB (μV/m) quasi-peak From 230 to 1000 MHz <...
  • Page 191: Climatic Ambient Conditions

    Technical information 8.5 Climatic ambient conditions Climatic ambient conditions 8.5.1 Long-term storage The following information applies to a device that is stored in its original packaging for longer than two weeks. The device meets the requirements of IEC 60721-3-1 Class 1K2. 8.5.2 Transport and short-term storage The following information applies to a device that is transported in the original packaging and...
  • Page 192: Climate Diagram

    Technical information 8.5 Climatic ambient conditions The device meets the requirements according to IEC 60721-3-3 Class 3K3 with the following amendments and limitations: Type of condition Mounting position Permitted range Temperature, Vertical 0 ... 50 °C Mounting in horizontal format Inclined, maximum inclination 35°...
  • Page 193: Information On Insulation Tests, Protection Class And Degree Of Protection

    Technical information 8.6 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: Circuit Insulation tested with (type test)
  • Page 194: Dimension Drawings

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings Dimension drawings 8.7.1 Dimension drawings of the KP400 Comfort Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 195: Dimension Drawings Of The Kp700 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.2 Dimension drawings of the KP700 Comfort The following figures show the dimension drawings of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 196: Dimension Drawings Of The Kp900 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.3 Dimension drawings of the KP900 Comfort The following figures show the dimension drawings of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 197: Dimension Drawings Of The Kp1200 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.4 Dimension drawings of the KP1200 Comfort The following figures show the dimension drawings of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 198: Dimension Drawings Of The Kp1500 Comfort V1

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.5 Dimension drawings of the KP1500 Comfort V1 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 199: Dimension Drawings Of The Kp1500 Comfort V2

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.6 Dimension drawings of the KP1500 Comfort V2 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 200: Dimension Drawings Of The Ktp400 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.7 Dimension drawings of the KTP400 Comfort Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 201: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp700 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.8 Dimension drawings of the TP700 Comfort The following figures show the dimension drawings of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 202: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp900 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.9 Dimension drawings of the TP900 Comfort The following figures show the dimension drawings of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 203: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp1200 Comfort

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.10 Dimension drawings of the TP1200 Comfort The following figures show the dimension drawings of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices. Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 204: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp1500 Comfort V1

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.11 Dimension drawings of the TP1500 Comfort V1 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 205: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp1500 Comfort V2

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.12 Dimension drawings of the TP1500 Comfort V2 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 206: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp1900 Comfort V1

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.13 Dimension drawings of the TP1900 Comfort V1 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 207: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp1900 Comfort V2

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.14 Dimension drawings of the TP1900 Comfort V2 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 208: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp2200 Comfort V1

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.15 Dimension drawings of the TP2200 Comfort V1 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 209: Dimension Drawings Of The Tp2200 Comfort V2

    Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings 8.7.16 Dimension drawings of the TP2200 Comfort V2 Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 210: Dimensions For Labeling Strips

    1:1 as a Word file: ● On the Internet at: Downloads for Comfort Panels (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/47182890/133100) ● In the "Support" folder on the WinCC installation DVD Labeling strips for KP400 Comfort and KTP400 Comfort...
  • Page 211 Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings Labeling strips for KP900 Comfort Labeling strips for KP1200 Comfort Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 212 Technical information 8.7 Dimension drawings Labeling strips for KP1500 Comfort Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 213: Technical Specifications

    Technical information 8.8 Technical specifications Technical specifications 8.8.1 KP400 Comfort to KP1200 Comfort, KTP400 Comfort to TP1200 Comfort Weight Comfort HMI devices KP400 KTP400 KP700 TP700 KP900 TP900 KP1200 TP1200 Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Weight without packaging 0.8 kg 0.6 kg 2.2 kg...
  • Page 214 Technical information 8.8 Technical specifications Memory Comfort HMI devices KP400 KTP400 KP700 TP700 KP900 TP900 KP1200 TP1200 Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Usable memory for 4 MB 12 MB application data Usable memory for 512 KB 2 MB recipe data Additional memory for 4 MB...
  • Page 215: Kp1500 Comfort, Tp1500 Comfort To Tp2200 Comfort

    Technical information 8.8 Technical specifications Miscellaneous Comfort HMI devices KP400 KTP400 KP700 TP700 KP900 TP900 KP1200 TP1200 Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Buffered real-time clock Audio reproduction Onboard beeper Integrated or external via Line OUT Magnetic field intensity 50/60 Hz;...
  • Page 216 Technical information 8.8 Technical specifications Input device Comfort HMI devices KP1500 Comfort TP1500 Comfort TP1900 Comfort TP2200 Comfort Keyboard (numeric/alpha entry) Touch screen (analog resistive) Function keys Labeling strips Memory Comfort HMI devices KP1500 Comfort TP1500 Comfort TP1900 Comfort TP2200 Comfort Usable memory for application data 24 MB Usable memory for recipe data...
  • Page 217 Technical information 8.8 Technical specifications Power supply Comfort V1 devices KP1500 Comfort V1 TP1500 Comfort V1 TP1900 Comfort V1 TP2200 Comfort V1 Rated voltage 24 V DC Permitted voltage range +19.2 V to +28.8 V Rated current 1.5 A 1.3 A 2.2 A Rated current, 1.5 ...
  • Page 218: Bit Assignment Of The Direct Keys

    Technical information 8.9 Bit assignment of the direct keys Bit assignment of the direct keys The following figures show the assignment of the keys and LEDs to the bytes in the controller process image. Additional information may be available in your system documentation. 8.9.1 KTP400 Comfort HMI device...
  • Page 219: Kp700 Comfort

    Technical information 8.9 Bit assignment of the direct keys 8.9.3 KP700 Comfort Inputs Outputs 3 bytes 3 bytes 8.9.4 TP700 Comfort Inputs Outputs 4 bytes Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 220: Kp900 Comfort

    Technical information 8.9 Bit assignment of the direct keys 8.9.5 KP900 Comfort Inputs Outputs 4 bytes 4 bytes 8.9.6 TP900 Comfort Inputs Outputs 5 bytes Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 221: Kp1200 Comfort

    Technical information 8.9 Bit assignment of the direct keys 8.9.7 KP1200 Comfort Inputs Outputs 5 bytes 5 bytes 8.9.8 TP1200 Comfort Inputs Outputs 5 bytes Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 222: Kp1500 Comfort

    Technical information 8.10 Description of the ports 8.9.9 KP1500 Comfort Inputs Outputs 5 bytes 5 bytes 8.9.10 TP1500, TP1900 and TP2200 Comfort Inputs Outputs 5 bytes Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 223: Description Of The Ports

    Technical information 8.10 Description of the ports 8.10 Description of the ports 8.10.1 Power supply Plug connector, 2-pin Pin number Assignment +24 VDC (L+) GND 24 V (M) 8.10.2 PROFIBUS Name of interface on HMI device: X2 Sub-D socket, 9-pin, with screw lock Assignment for the RS 422 Assignment for the RS 485 n.
  • Page 224: Profinet (lan)

    Technical information 8.10 Description of the ports 8.10.3 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. 8.10.4 PROFINET (LAN) 10/100/1000 Mb Models of 15" and more have this interface. Name of interface on HMI device: X3 RJ45 plug connector Assignment D1–...
  • Page 225: Usb

    Technical information 8.10 Description of the ports 8.10.5 USB socket type A Name of interface on HMI device: X61/X62 Assignment +5 VDC, out (max. 500 mA) USB-DN USB-DP USB socket type Mini-B of the Comfort V1/V1.1 devices Name of interface on HMI device: X60 Assignment USB-DN USB-DP...
  • Page 226: Communication With Controllers

    Technical information 8.11 Communication with controllers 8.11 Communication with controllers Number of connections Connection KP400 Comfort KP700 Comfort to KP1500 Comfort KTP400 Comfort TP700 Comfort to TP2200 Comfort Number using a bus connection Number of connections based on "SIMATIC HMI HTTP Protocol" Note Communication faults with PROFINET IO If you enable PROFINET services in the Control Panel of the HMI device, communication...
  • Page 227: Scope Of Functions With Wincc

    Technical information 8.12 Scope of functions with WinCC 8.12 Scope of functions with WinCC The tables below show the objects which can be integrated in a project for an HMI device. Note The specified values are maximum values of the individual objects. Simultaneous use of multiple objects with their maximum value can lead to problems in the active project.
  • Page 228 Technical information 8.12 Scope of functions with WinCC Tags, values and lists Object Specification HMI devices KP400 Comfort KP700 Comfort to KP1500 Comfort, KP1200 Comfort, KTP400 Comfort TP1500 Comfort to TP700 Comfort to TP2200 Comfort TP1200 Comfort Tags Quantity 1024 2048 4096 Limit value monitoring...
  • Page 229 Technical information 8.12 Scope of functions with WinCC Logs Note The HMI devices are suitable for the logging of relatively small volumes of data. Manage the data in several adjacent logs in a segmented circular log. The use of a large circular log has a negative effect on performance.
  • Page 230 Technical information 8.12 Scope of functions with WinCC Infotexts Object Specification HMI devices KP400 Comfort KP700 Comfort to KP1500 Comfort, KP1200 Comfort, KTP400 Comfort TP1500 Comfort to TP700 Comfort to TP2200 Comfort TP1200 Comfort Infotexts Length (no. of characters) 500 (depending on font) For alarms For screens For screen objects (e.g.
  • Page 231: 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 SIMATIC IPC/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 232: Troubleshooting

    Technical Support A.2 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting This section contains information on localizing and rectifying possible faults. Error message Possible cause Remedy "System card is No system memory Insert a system memory card. Use only the SIMATIC missing or defective" card inserted. HMI Memory Card ≥...
  • Page 233: Markings And Symbols

    Markings and symbols Safety-relevant symbols The following table describes symbols that can be added to your SIMATIC device, to its packaging or to an enclosed document in addition to the symbols described in the manuals. Symbol Meaning Reference General danger sign Caution / Attention ISO 7000 No.
  • Page 234 Markings and symbols B.1 Safety-relevant symbols Symbol Meaning Reference Only for industrial applications and indoor areas (control cabinet) Install in control cabinet only Devices approved for Ex Zone 2 in a control cabinet with min. IP54 Devices approved for Ex Zone 22 in a control cabinet with min. IP6x Comfort Panels Operating Instructions, 07/2017, A5E36770603-AB...
  • Page 235: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations ANSI American National Standards Institution Central Processing Unit Comma Separated Values 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...
  • Page 236 Abbreviations Random Access Memory PELV Protective Extra Low Voltage RJ45 Registered Jack Type 45 Request to send Receive Data SD Memory Card Abbreviation of Secure Digital Memory Card SELV Safety Extra Low Voltage Service Pack Programmable Logic Controller Sub-D Subminiature D (plug) Tabulator TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol...
  • Page 237: Glossary

    Glossary "Transfer" mode The "Transfer" operating mode is an operating mode of the HMI device in which an executable project is transferred from the configuration PC to an HMI device. Acknowledge Acknowledgment of an alarm confirms that it has been noted. Alarm logging Output of user-specific alarms to a printer, in parallel to their output to the HMI device screen.
  • Page 238 Glossary Boot loader The boot loader is used to start the operating system and is started automatically after power on of the HMI device. The loader is displayed after the operating system has loaded. Configuration PC A configuration PC is a programming device or PC on which system projects are created using engineering software.
  • Page 239 Glossary Event Functions are triggered by defined incoming events. Events can be configured. Events which can be assigned to a button include "Press" and "Release", for example. Field Area reserved in configured screens for the input and output of values. Flash memory Flash memory is a non-volatile memory with EEPROM chips that is implemented either as mobile storage medium, or as permanently installed memory module on the motherboard.
  • Page 240 Glossary I/O field An I/O field enables the input or output of values on the HMI device which are transferred to the controller. Infotext An infotext is a configured information on objects within a project. Infotext for an alarm, for example, may contain information on the cause of the fault and troubleshooting routines.
  • Page 241 Glossary Protection class The protection class is used in electrical engineering to classify and identify electrical equipment in relation to existing safety measures designed to prevent electric shock. There are four protection classes for electrical equipment. Recipe A recipe is a combination of tags that form a fixed data structure. The configured data structure can be assigned data in the configuration software or on the HMI device and is then referred to as a record.
  • Page 242 Glossary A tag is a defined memory location to which values can be written and from which values can be read. This can be done from the controller or the HMI device. We distinguish between external tags (process tags) and internal tags, depending on whether or not the tag is interconnected with the controller.
  • Page 243: Index

    Index Brightness Changing, 83 Bus connection, 226 ACK key, 72 Acknowledge key, 72 Acoustic feedback, 175 Acoustic signal Cable with inadvertent operation, 175 Data exchange, 56 Acoustics Cables Feedback, 106, 107 Connecting, 46 Activate Calibrating Security mode, 77 Touch screen, 88 Add-on Cancel key, 70 Installing, 161, 170...
  • Page 244 Index Connecting Delete Controller, 53 Certificate, 113 Equipotential bonding, 47 Delete key, 70 Power supply, 49 DHCP, 121 Power supply connector, 50 Direct key, 177 Bit assignment, 218 Printer, 56 PROFINET, 54 Functional scope, 230 Uninterruptible power supply, 50 Display USB device, 55 HMI devices, 213, 215 Connection, 226...
  • Page 245 Index Equipotential bonding Cable, 47 Hexadecimal values Connecting, 47 Entering in the project, 179 Requirements, 47 HMI device Wiring diagram, 48 Backing up data, 166 ESC key, 70 Clearance, 37 ESD, 28 Displaying information, 105 Ethernet settings EMC-compatible installation, 188 IP address, 121 Mounting, 44 EU Declaration of Conformity, 186...
  • Page 246 Index Initial commissioning, 159 Keyboard Input device Safety instruction, 68 HMI devices, 213, 216 Input help, 23 Installing Add-on, 161, 170 Labeling, 187 Instructions Approvals, 186 General, 30 EU Declaration of Conformity, 186 Insulation test, 193 Function key, 39 Interface Guidelines for Explosion Protection, 187 Rated load, 55 Korea, 187...
  • Page 247 Index Mounting Open EMC-compatible, 188 Control Panel, 78 HMI device, 44 Opening Horizontal mounting, 36 Drop-down list box, 72 Vertical, 36 Operating Control Panel, 80 Mounting clip Mounting, 42 Control Panel with system keys, 72 Mounting clips Dialog with system keys, 72 Spare part, 23 Explorer with system keys, 71 Mounting cutout...
  • Page 248 Index Printer connection Recycling, 184 Setting, 103 Regional and language settings, 91 Printer Properties, 103 Registered trademark, 4 Printing Registry information Labeling strips, 39 Backup, 102 Removing on a network printer, 119 Process control phase, 159 Add-on, 161, 170 ProDiag, 25 Password protection, 94 PROFIBUS DP SecureMode, 94...
  • Page 249 Index Scaling Sm@rtServer, 25, 129 Functional scope, 228 SMTP server, 126, 128 Screen Setting, 126 Functional scope, 228 SOAP, 131 Screen keyboard Software add-ons, 25 Spare parts, 23 Change display, 82 Character repeat, 86 Standards, 185 Configure, 85 Start For Control Panel, 81 HMI device, 90 Representation type, 81 Transfer, 163...
  • Page 250 Index Task planner Uninterruptible power supply, 50 Functional scope, 230 Updating TCP/IP address, 121 HMI device operating system, 168 Technical specifications Updating the operating system, 161, 167 Display, 213, 215 UPS properties HMI devices, 213, 215 Configuration, 155 Input device, 213, 216 Current status, 157 Interfaces, 214, 216 USB device...

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