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  • Page 1 DATASHEET SIEMENS 6AV3617-1JC20-0AX1 COVER OTHER SYMBOLS: RGB ELEKTRONIKA AGACIAK CIACIEK SPÓŁKA JAWNA Jana Dlugosza 2-6 Street 51-162 Wrocław www.rgbelektronika.pl Poland biuro@rgbelektronika.pl +48 71 325 15 05 www.rgbautomatyka.pl www.rgbautomatyka.pl www.rgbelektronika.pl...
  • Page 2 YOUR PARTNER IN MAINTENANCE Repair this product with RGB ELEKTRONIKA ORDER A DIAGNOSIS LINEAR ENCODERS SYSTEMS INDUSTRIAL COMPUTERS ENCODERS CONTROLS SERVO AMPLIFIERS MOTORS MACHINES OUR SERVICES POWER SUPPLIERS OPERATOR SERVO PANELS DRIVERS At our premises in Wrocław, we have a fully equipped servicing facility. Here we perform all the repair works and test each later sold unit.
  • Page 3 Preface, Contents Part I Introduction SIMATIC HMI Part II Basic Functions OP7, OP17 Operator Panel Part III Expanded, Configurable Functions Equipment Manual Part IV Commissioning and Description of Devices Part V Appendix Glossary, Index 6AV3991–1AE05–1AB0 Release 04/99...
  • Page 4 Trademarks SIMATIC is a registered trademark of Siemens AG. Some of the other designations used in these documents are also registered trademarks; the owner’s rights may be violated if they are used be third parties for their own purposes.
  • Page 5 Preface Guide through the The “OP7, OP17 Operator Panel” equipment manual is divided into five manual parts: Part Chapter Contents 1 – 2 Overview of the OPs and their range of func- tions. 3 – 10 Step-by-step instructions on how you control the OPs with the standard screens.
  • Page 6 Technical revision V5.01 or higher Other support In the case of technical queries, please contact your local Siemens in the sub- sidiaries and branches responsible for your area. Refer to Appendix F of this equipment manual for a list of addresses.
  • Page 7 SIMATIC Customer Support offers comprehensive additional information concerning SIMATIC products through its Online services as follows: Up–to–date general information is provided – in Internet under http://www.ad.siemens.de/simatic – via Fax-Polling under 08765-93 02 77 95 00 Up–to–date product information and downloads for practical use can be found: –...
  • Page 8 Preface Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

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  • Page 13: Functionality

    Product Description Part I Introduction Functionality...
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  • Page 15: Product Description

    Product Description Applications of Operator Panels OP7 and OP17 allow operating states, current process values OP7 and OP17 and malfunctions of a connected PLC to be visualized. In addition, inputs can be made on the OP which can be written directly to the PLC. Some functions relating to machine diagnostics can also be executed on the Operator Panel.
  • Page 16 PLC. Further You will find information on configuring the OP in the ProTool/ Lite User’s information Guide. The Communication User’s Guide provides information on connecting the OP to the PLC. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 17: Visualizing And Controlling Processes

    The OP7 and OP17 are Operator Panels with text based displays. Accordin- gly, a screen on the display comprises text items which may include static text and current state values.
  • Page 18 Messages can be printed in online mode by means of the printer connected to the OP. Furthermore, there is a possibility of printing all the event and alarm messages that have accumulated in the buffer concerned. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 19 PLC and the configured function is executed. The following functions are available: Print alarm message buffer Print event message buffer Select screen Print screen Print data record Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 20: Design Of Operator Panel Op7

    Design of Operator Panel OP7 OP7 versions The OP7 has a plastic housing with a touch-sensitive front and is therefore suitable for ungrounded installation. The coloring of the front foil conforms with machinery directive EN 60204. The OP7 is available in the following versions:...
  • Page 21: Functions

    Fuse Maintenance-free electronic fuse. Compatibility The OP7 is upwards compatible with the OP5. All cabling can be continue to be used. Existing OP5 configurations can be converted automatically for the OP7 by means of the ProTool configuration software. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17...
  • Page 22: Design Of Operator Panel Op17

    The versions differ only in their communication options. figure 1-3 shows the design of Operator Panel OP17. SIMATIC OP17 Display HELP Function SHIFT keyboard Numerical keypad +/– Interface connections Figure 1-3 Design of the OP17 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 23 Data buffer The OP7 operates without a battery and is therefore maintenance-free. Oper- ating data are retained in a non-volatile state in the flash memory on the OP. The message buffer is backed up for several hours after the power supply is turned off.
  • Page 24 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 1-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 25 Functionality table 2-1 below summarizes the range of functions of Operator Panesl OP7 and OP17. The values quo- ted are the maximum values that can be managed by the OP. Table 2-1 Functionality of OP7 and OP17 Function OP17 Event messages...
  • Page 26 Table 2-1 Functionality of OP7 and OP17, continued Function OP17 Password protection Number of passwords Password levels 9 (1..9) Screens Number Display Print Screen entries per screen Number of fields per screen Number of fields per screen entry Recipes Number...
  • Page 27 – Telemecanique (Adjust and Uni-Telway) PP, DP-12 Time response of With the OP7 and the OP17, updated and newly created data are stored in a data updating non-volatile flash memory. This means that current data are immediately available following an OP re-start.
  • Page 28 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 29: Status/force Var With The Op

    General Operation Part II Basic Functions Using the OP with Its Standard Functions Screens Password Protection Messages Recipes STATUS/FORCE VAR with the OP System Settings...
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  • Page 31: General Operation

    The OP7 and OP17 operator panels are controlled via the keyboard.. The keyboard of the OPs consists of two functional blocks: System keys (Numeric keypad and control keys) Function keys figure 3-1 shows the keyboard of the OP7, by way of an example. Function keys Numeric keypad 0 +/–...
  • Page 32: System Keys

    STOP System keys The system keys are used to make inputs on the OP. They are divided up into input keys for numerical and alphanumeric characters (numeric keypad) and control keys (see Figure 3-1). Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 33 Acknowledge alarm messages. The ACK LED is on, when at least one unacknowledged alarm message is present, flashes, when only acknowledged alarm messages are still queued. The ACK-LED (icon ) is located on the right of the function keys. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 34 The arrow keys have a repetitive function, i.e. if you keep a key pressed, your input is repeated after a short delay until you release the key. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 35 It is possible to quit Download mode provided data are not being downloaded from the PC or PU to the OP. Overall Reset With this key combination, you erase the configuration memory when turning on the OP’s power supply. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 36: Entering Values

    Position the cursor in the next input field, insert the next value etc. You can also use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the left or right to the previous input field to insert a different value in it. Close the screen. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 37: Entering Numerical Values

    If a numerical field has been configured with a certain number of decimal places and too many have been entered, they are ignored; if too few have been entered, the field is padded with zeroes. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 38: Entering Alphanumeric Values

    Select the desired characters from the character set extended character set. If you enter several letters consecutively, the Shift Lock setting remains activated and you move the cursor by means of the cursor control keys illustrated here. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 39 Enter A...F or characters from the ex- Enter A...F or characters from the ex tended character set switch to the numeric key assignment SHIFT (the Shift LED goes out) and enter a digit. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 40 Overwrite the space. Example of an You want to enter “Fig. 05”. You do so by carrying out the following steps. alphanumeric input Display SHIFT SHIFT Apply input ENTER Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 3-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 41: Entering Symbolic Values

    3 Apply input The value that belongs to the se- ENTER lected input becomes valid. The selection list is deactivated. cancel input The “old” value becomes valid again. The selection list is deactivated. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 3-11 Release 04/99...
  • Page 42: Entering Timer Values

    (with S7-200) decimal point are ignored and digit spaces that have not been used are zero- filled after you confirm your input. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 3-12 Release 04/99...
  • Page 43 The table below contains a few examples: Digits to right of Input example Value in the S7-200 decimal point 1960 (ms) 1960 ms 78.5 (s) 78500 ms 9.54 (s) 9540 ms 0.179 (s) 179 ms Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 3-13 Release 04/99...
  • Page 44: Help Text

    Scrolling through The keys are used to scroll through help text, if appropri- help text ate. The ESC key terminates display of help text, and the previous display is shown again. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 3-14 Release 04/99...
  • Page 45: Using The Op With Its Standard Functions

    ESC, right back to the start screen should you wish. From here you can return to the message level by pressing the ESC key. You can also return directly to the message level from a screen, depending on the configuration. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 46 After the alarm message has been acknowledged, the ACK LED goes off and, after the system message has been hidden, the OP returns to the point from which it changed to the message level. ENTER Figure 4-1 Changing between Message Level and Screen Level Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 47: Standard Screens

    Furthermore, login and logout are included here. Figure 4-2 shows an overview of the screen hierarchy of standard screens. You will find detailed information on functions and handling standard screens in the relevant chapters of this manual. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 48 Figure 4-2 Screen Hierarchy of Standard Screens for the OP7 and OP17 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 49: Branching In Standard Screens

    Figure 4-3 shows the branch principle on a configured 8-line display (in this instance, the OP17). figure 4-4 shows the branch principle of the 4-line dis- play of the OP7. Basic screen OP17 Events Alarms...
  • Page 50 Events Alarms >> Figure 4-4 Branching at Screen Level (for OP7) Selecting screens You select a screen by pressing the soft key assigned to it during configura- tion. Use the horizontal scroll function << and >> if the required screen segment is not within the visible display area.
  • Page 51: Screens

    Screens can be grouped during configuration in a screen directory, which is used to display them on screen or print and edit them. A screen can be re- trieved from its screen directory by its screen number and its screen title, if configured. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 52: Screen Entries

    OP using a selection field and apply to the screen entry. With inputs of numerical values, configured number formats and limit values apply with respect to the number of places before and after the decimal point. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 53: Selecting Screens

    To implement operator guidance, a screen can be selected from the PLC by means of a PLC job. In this instance, the cursor is already positioned in a specified entry or in an input field, in which the operator can perform his input. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 54: Editing Screens

    PLC job; in these instances, the corresponding screen is printed immediately). Scroll to the screen number you require or, if configured, to the screen title Print the screen selected ENTER Terminate the action Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 55: Password Protection

    Password level 9 Permission to execute functions of password level 9 is the sole responsibility of the superuser, who has access to all OP functions. Only the superuser is allowed to perform password management. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 56 It can be made up of digits and the characters A to F. Leading zeros are not permissible. Standard screen The standard screen Edit Password offers you the following functions: logging-in and logging-out on the OP (login/logout) changing and deleting passwords viewing the password list Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 57: Logging-in And Logging-out On The Op (login/logout)

    You can also log out of the OP via the standard screen. Logging out via Select the standard screen Password processing Logout. The OP then standard screen switches from the currently valid password level to the password level zero and branches to the message level. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 58: Password Management

    Cancel the procedure You exit the standard screen. by pressing Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 59 The cursor jumps back to the the password and con- first character of the input ENTER firm it by pressing field. Exit the standard The new password is stored in screen by pressing the OP. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 60 Enter the new password level The cursor jumps back to the 1..8 for the password first character of the input ENTER and confirm by pressing field. Exit the standard The password is changed. screen by pressing Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 61: Messages

    Message has been noticed and confirmed by the operator or the PLC. These message states are detected by the OP with accurate timing and output when a message page or the message buffer is displayed. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 62: Message Types

    Messages may contain static text and tag fields. The tag fields display current actual values of the PLC in numerical or symbolic form. In addition, the date and time can also be output in messages. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 63 4 x 20 char. Figure 7-1 Example of Standard Standby Message on OP7 Depending on the configuration, the standby message can be represented by other text – for example a company logo. It can contain the date and time but not tags.
  • Page 64: Alarm Messages

    OP starts up as a result of a cold or messages warm start. Before you can inhibit the display of an alarm message, you must have logged onto the OP with a password having a password level of at least 8. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 65 They are stored in the alarm buffer only from the time they first occur until such time as the display is inhibited. Note The alarm message inhibit function should be used only during the commis- sioning phase of the OP. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 66: System Messages

    Some minor errors and operator errors are not logged in the system message buffer. Messages from the system message buffer are displayed in the same order as they arrived, i.e. first in first out, last in last out. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 67: Displaying Messages

    (Last) is displayed when there are several alarm messages present. You can change this setting on the OP online via the standard screen System Set- tings. To do this, select the standard screen System Settings DispMsg and set the appropriate parameter. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 68: Display Sequences

    Return/continue to older/newer alarm message Return/continue to older/newer event message Return to the current (newest) message The message currently waiting will be displayed if there is no operator input on the OP for one minute. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 69: Viewing Event And Alarm Message Text

    Procedure Choose the standard screen Alarms Text to display alarm messages or Events Text to display event messages. By using the arrow keys, you can now scroll through the list of configured message text. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 70: Message Buffers

    The times of occurrence, acknowledgment and departure are displayed in chronological order for all messages. Back-up The data in the message buffers are lost when the OP7 is turned off or following an interruption of the power supply. OP17 The data in the message buffers remain stored for several hours when the OP17 is turned off or following an interruption of the power supply.
  • Page 71 In order to gain an overview of the sum of all alarm and event messages in messages in alarm the buffer and of the number of alarm and event messages still queued, select message buffer or the appropriate standard screen: event message Alarms Number buffer Events Number Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 7-11 Release 04/99...
  • Page 72: Deleting Messages

    Unacknowledged alarm messages yet to depart. Automatic printout If “Printout Overflow” has been configured and a printer is connected to the OP and switched on, a forced printout of all deleted messages is initiated. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 7-12 Release 04/99...
  • Page 73: Deleting Alarm And Event Messages Via Standard Screens

    If the system message buffer is completely full, the oldest message is deleted automatically from the buffer when another system message occurs. There is no overflow warning or forced printout of the deleted message, in the case of event and alarm messages. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 7-13 Release 04/99...
  • Page 74: Printing Messages

    P T l ProTool Message logging ON Message logging OFF Message event Messages are logged Messages are not logged Buffer overflow Messages are logged Buffer overflow is printed Messages are logged No effect Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 7-14 Release 04/99...
  • Page 75: Printing The Message Buffer

    The default setting is Chronological. The default setting can be modified du- ring configuration. A choice of either Chronological or Together online on the OP is possible only when it has been configured. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 7-15 Release 04/99...
  • Page 76 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 7-16 Release 04/99...
  • Page 77: Recipes

    ”Mixture”. Mixing station To the bottling TANK TANK TANK station MIXER Example: OP17 PLC (e.g., SIMATIC S7) Figure 8-1 Example of a fruit juice plant Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 78 This means that, although several data records with the same name may exist, several data records with the same number cannot exist. If no name is assigned to a data record, it is assigned the name ”data record”. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 79 The active data record can also be transferred from the PLC to the OP and stored on the OP. Note Only one recipe data record at a time can be active on the PLC. Transmission of data records between OP and PLC is synchronized to prevent uncontrolled overwriting. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 80: Creating And Editing Data Records

    Do not save: Press Since the data record number already exists, you will then be asked whether you want to overwrite the data record. Overwrite: Press ENTER Do not overwrite: Press Exit standard screen with Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 81 Enter the name, and confirm. The data record name may not exceed 12 characters. The next time you call the data record directory, you will find the new data record listed under the new data record number. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 82: Copying Data Records

    Position cursor in the field for the data record name. Enter the name, and confirm. The next time you call the data record directory, you will find the new data record in the list. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 83: Transferring Data Records

    PLC Recipe number selected on the OP Figure 8-2 Transfer screen (Example: OP7) Specifying source The data record numbers for the source data record and the destination data and destination record must be entered in the transfer screen.
  • Page 84 Symbolic value entries in the input fields source and destination: The data record numbers from data records already stored on the OP can be taken from a data record selection list. ”PLC” stands for data record 0 in the selection list. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 85 (see examples), and confirm. Position the cursor on the Accept field, and confirm transfer. During the data transfer, an asterisk (”*”) is indicated in the acceptance field. Exit the standard screen with Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 86: Deleting Data Records

    Press To delete: Press ENTER To not delete: Press Repeat steps 3 and 4 as necessary. If only one single data record exists, this record cannot be deleted. Exit the standard screen with Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 8-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 87 You can use FORCE VAR to control operands of a SIMATIC S5/S7/M7 by modifying their tag values and transferring them back to the PLC. After calling the STATUS VAR and FORCE VAR functions, the OP prompts you to enter the MPI or PPI address, respectively. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 88 Figure 9-1 shows the display for the SIMATIC S5 on the OP17 (8 x 40 repre- sentation). Figure 9-2 shows the display for the SIMATIC S7/M7 on the OP7. DB34 ADR122 KM = 00010010 00110100 KT = 3.4 s...
  • Page 89 ENTER confirm it by pressing Modify the default data format using SHIFT Refer to the table at the end of this chapter for the valid S5/S7/M7 operands and data types. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 90 OP did not succeed in establishing a logical link to the PLC. Inputs cannot be made while updating is in progress. Updating can be canceled by pressing Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 91 (Output only SIMATIC S7-200 CHAR WORD WORD REAL BOOL BOOL STRING TIMER COUNTER SIMATIC S7-300/400 DB, M CHAR WORD REAL BOOL STRING TIMER COUNTER E, PE, A, PA CHAR WORD REAL BOOL STRING TIMER COUNTER Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
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  • Page 93: System Settings

    The configuration can be loaded on the OP in up to three languages simulta- available neously. You can switch between the separate languages online at any time. After switching over, all language-dependent text is displayed in the new language. The following languages are available for OP7 and OP17: German English French...
  • Page 94: Modifying Parameters In Online Mode

    Scroll through the parameter list on the display using the arrow keys. Choose the value for the parameter at the cursor location by using a symbolic input. Exit from the standard screen by pressing Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 10-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 95 Exit from the standard screen by pressing Note Date and time are generated by software. This information has to be updated every time the OP7 starts up. OP17 Without a backup battery (upgradable option), the OP17 continues to count the date and the time for several days following interrup- tion of the power supply.
  • Page 96: Adjusting Contrast

    10.3 Adjusting Contrast Settings On the OP7 and OP17, you can adjust the contrast of the LCD. The display contrast can be adjusted by means of direct adjustment or a standard screen. Direct contrast The display contrast of the LCD can be adjusted at all times in normal mode...
  • Page 97: Setting Op Modes

    OpMode. Set the mode you require by means of a symbolic input. Exit from the standard screen by pressing You will find further information on OP modes in chapter 15 of this manual. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 10-5 Release 04/99...
  • Page 98 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 10-6 Release 04/99...
  • Page 99: Schedulers (op17 Only)

    Process-Dependent Operator Guidance Part III Expanded, Configurable Functions Schedulers (OP17 only) Controlling the OP from the PLC...
  • Page 100 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 10-8 Release 04/99...
  • Page 101: Process-dependent Operator Guidance

    Branching by Means of Soft Keys and Function Keys Soft keys: You can assign function calls to the function keys on the OP7 and the OP17. function keys with We distinguish in this instance between local and global assignment. Global a tag assignment means that the assignment applies to the entire configuration.
  • Page 102 PLC instead of the individual bits and over- writes the information it contains. When the key is released or upon a change of display which modifies soft- key assignment, the bit is reset. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 11-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 103: Self-defined Screen Hierarchy

    Figure 11-1 Principle of a Screen Hierarchy An overview is presented below, with reference to an example, of the design of a screen hierarchy. Detailed information on configuration will be found in the ProTool/Lite User’s Guide. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 11-3 Release 04/99...
  • Page 104 After they have been filled, the bottles are capped, labeled and transferred to pallets. The configured basic screen could look – for example, on the OP7 display – like the one shown in figure 11-2. It consists of static text only.
  • Page 105 – for example, OPEN or CLOSED). Tank2 Contents: 371 liters Temp.: 17,0 C Valve: OPEN >> Figure 11-4 Screen with Input and Output Fields (Example) Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 11-5 Release 04/99...
  • Page 106 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 11-6 Release 04/99...
  • Page 107: Release

    When a scheduler time is reached, the configured bit is set in the interface area of the PLC. See User’s Guide Communication for detailed information on the interface area of the PLC. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 12-1 Release 04/99...
  • Page 108 ENTER The scheduler is now activated. Deactivating You can delete the scheduler time in a screen entry by pressing schedulers The scheduler is then deactivated (i.e., the configured function will not be executed). Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 12-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 109 PLC. Thus it is possible for information about the current display contents of the OP to be transferred to the application program on the PLC and, from there, for certain reactions to be initiated – for example, calling another screen. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 13-1 Release 04/99...
  • Page 110 PLC instead of on the OP. area If the PLC is required to announce that an alarm message has been acknowledgment acknowledged, this can be done following creation of a suitable data area. area Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 13-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 111: Device Description

    Installation Part IV Commissioning and Description of Devices Commissioning Device Description...
  • Page 112 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 13-4 Release 04/99...
  • Page 113: Installation

    Installation Mounting location Operator Panels OP7 and OP17 are suitable for fitting into control cabinets and conditions and consoles. Before you install an OP, you must cut out a section of the front panel (moun- ting cutout) (see chapter 16). The front panel must not be thicker than 6 mm.
  • Page 114: Mechanical Installation

    OP into the corresponding mounting locations in the housing of the OP. You require four screw type clamps for the OP7 and five for the OP17. Tighten the OP from behind in the front panel using a screw-...
  • Page 115: Electrical Installation

    Screw down or lock all plug connections. Do not install signal lines in the same cable ducts as high voltage lines. Siemens AG accepts no responsibility whatsoever for malfunctions and damage arising from the use of self-made cables or cables from other manufacturers.
  • Page 116: Connecting The Power Supply

    The screw-type terminal is designed for cables having a cross-section not larger than 2.5 mm . The terminal screws are accessible via drill holes in the rear panel. figure 14-1 shows the location of the screw-type terminals on the OP7 and OP17. OP17 terminal block...
  • Page 117: Connecting A Configuration Computer

    14.2.2 Connecting a Configuration Computer Connection Figure 14-2 shows you how to connect an OP7 and an OP17 temporarily to Configuration a configuration computer (PU or PC) for downloading the firmware and con- Scheme figuration data. Standard cables are available for the connections shown in the figure (refer to the ST80.1 catalog).
  • Page 118: Connections To Plc

    SIMATIC S7/M7 PROFIBUS-DP 1) Not with OP7-DP and OP17-DP 2) Do not use the converter cable from Siemens for connecting via TTY, since OP7-DP and OP17-DP do not supply 20 mA. 3) Any PROFIBUS bus terminal (except FSK) Figure 14-3 Connection Configuration Scheme for PLCs...
  • Page 119 PROFIBUS-DP RTS at Pin 4 (default) RTS at Pin 9 (as PG) No RTS on connector You will find the interface assignments of the different OP versions in appendix D of this manual. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 14-7 Release 04/99...
  • Page 120: Loop-through Mode (op17 Only)

    OP and processed (for example, display of the associated message or the actual value). Not until ”Apply” is pressed a second time is the PU status function activated. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 14-8 Release 04/99...
  • Page 121: Connecting A Printer

    Connecting a Printer 14.2.5 Connection Figure 14-5 shows you how to connect a printer to an OP7 and an OP17. Configuration A printer is always connected to the PU interface of the OP. To do this, Scheme disconnect the PU.
  • Page 122 – for example, underline, italics). The text attributes have to be stored in ProTool for the different printers under System Printer Settings by using different control characters. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 14-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 123: Commissioning

    Switch on power supply of the OP Switch the OP to download mode during the startup phase (see chapter 15.2). Download configuration data to OP ProTool COM1/2 Start screen or standby message Figure 15-1 Commissioning Flowchart Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-1 Release 04/99...
  • Page 124 If compression is inevitable during routine operation, turn off the OP prior to compression. Do not disconnect while circuit is live unless location is known to be nonhazardous. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 125: Initial Commissioning

    Once the configuration has been successfully downloaded, the OP runs up again. If a start screen has been defined in the configuration, it is opened. If a start screen has not been defined, the OP displays the standby message. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-3 Release 04/99...
  • Page 126: Recommissioning

    OP. You will find an overview of the most important system messages together with notes on troubleshooting in an appendix to this manual. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-4 Release 04/99...
  • Page 127: Start-up Behavior

    PLC has not been inserted – the OP displays a system message. After start-up, the OP displays the configured start screen. If a Start screen or standby message start screen has not been defined, the standby message is dis- played. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-5 Release 04/99...
  • Page 128: Testing The Configuration In Offline Mode

    Test the soft keys. Check the different items of message text. Test the function keys. End of test If errors occur when you perform the tests, you must download the configura- tion again. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-6 Release 04/99...
  • Page 129: Testing The Configuration In Conjunction With The Plc

    The OP17 has the built-in ”loop-through mode” function. The loop-through mode facilitates testing with the PLC during commissio- ning since there is then no need to keep on plugging the configuration com- puter alternately into the PLC and the OP. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-7 Release 04/99...
  • Page 130: Testing Communication Via The Profibus-dp

    If the LED is constantly OFF, communication is disturbed. The LED can be used for rapid diagnosis of any problems that might occur during communication. Figure 15-2 Location of the Bus Fault LED at the Rear of the OP Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 15-8 Release 04/99...
  • Page 131 In this chapter This chapter describes the versions, dimension drawings and connection elements of Operator Panels OP7 and OP17. 16.1 Dimensions Mounting cutout The OP7 requires the following mounting cutout (WxH): mm x 171 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 16-1 Release 04/99...
  • Page 132 Connection The OP7 is available in versions PP, DP and DP-12. The versions differ only elements in as far as their communication options are concerned (refer to table 16-1). Figure 16-1 shows the connection elements on the underside of the OP7.
  • Page 133 16.2 OP17 Dimensions Mounting cutout The OP17 requires the following mounting cutout (WxH): mm x 195 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 16-3 Release 04/99...
  • Page 134 IF 1B Other PLCs – RS232/TTY IF 1A — IF 1A – RS422/RS485 IF 1B — IF 1B PC/PU (TTY/RS232) IF 2 IF 2 IF 2 Printer (TTY/RS232) IF 2 IF 2 IF 2 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 16-4 Release 04/99...
  • Page 135: Labeling Of The Function Keys

    16.3 Labeling of the Function Keys Situation The function keys of the OP7 and OP17 are labeled as follows when deliv- on delivery ered: – OP7: F1 to F4 and K1 to K4. – OP17: F1 to F8, K1 to K8 and K9 to K16.
  • Page 136 Use a printer or a smudge-proof pen to label the foil. Cut strips as shown in the examples illustrated in figures 16-4 (OP17) and 16-5 (OP7). Transparent LED window Key area for labeling Figure 16-4 Dimensions of Labeling Strips for the OP17 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 16-6 Release 04/99...
  • Page 137 UTILITY folder the Word files SLIDE_07.DOC and SLIDE_17.DOC are supplied. The files contain formatted samples of the labeling for function keys on the OP7 and OP17. This means that you can readily edit and print your own labeling strips. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17...
  • Page 138 Source of supply You can obtain the backup battery from the Siemens spare parts service. It is shipped ready for installation with a cable and a plug connector. Please refer to our ST80.1 catalog for the order number.
  • Page 139: Maintenance

    16.5 Maintenance Scope Operator panels OP7 and OP17 are designed for low-maintenance operation. Maintenance of the OPs is limited to regular cleaning of the keyboard membrane and the display, changing the optional buffer battery of the OP17 (refer to Section 16.4).
  • Page 140 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 16-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 141 Brief Description of Standard Screens Part V Appendix System Messages Technical Data Interface Assignment SIMATIC HMI Documentation Siemens Worldwide...
  • Page 142 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 P-12 Release 04/99...
  • Page 143 Brief Description of Standard Screens The table below presents an overview of all the standard screens for Operating Panels OP7 and OP17. Apart from a brief comment on functions, mention is made of the requisite password level. The ”Level 1” column lists the screens that you can choose from the basic screen. These screens allow you to make different calls, which are listed under ”Level 2”.
  • Page 144 Log in a user by entering a password. processing Password Logout Log out a user and branches backward to message level. processing Password Edit Display password list. processing Allocate and modify passwords and password levels. Delete passwords. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 145 Self-explanatory system messages are not included. Note System messages are displayed in the language selected in the configuration. If the OP does not have access to any configuration data, the messages are displayed in English. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 146 During startup, set the OP to download mode, downlaod the configuration again and then restart the OP and PLC again. c) If the fault recurs, please contact your nearest Siemens representative. When doing so, please quote the number of the error that has occurred and any variables referred to in the message.
  • Page 147 Transfer cancelled by operator. Connection with OP is still open, the OP is waiting. Fault resulting in wait message has been elimina- ted. Restart following activation of COM-UNI mode OP is in download mode. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 148 Offline mode not possible at present. Try change of operating mode again later. The job number sent by the PLC or configured in Check PLC program and configured a function field is too large. screen. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 149 The printer is already processing a print job and Wait until the printer is free again can not accept this next job at present. and repeat the print job. Information message: print job completed. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 150 Data record number >99 when selecting a recipe screen. Data record number not present when selecting a recipe screen. Information message: alarm message will be sup- pressed. No process screens have been configured. No recipes have been configured. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 151 Communication with PLC has been resumed. Status processing in progress on PU/PC. The OP can not be used while this is going on. Internal error With non-Siemens connections: data block error Network node has illegal address. Max. addresses: S7-MPI: PROFIBUS-DP:...
  • Page 152 Overload: too many message blocks with the This error occurs if the PLC sends same block number in transit. too many jobs using ’collect message area’ within a certain period of time. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 153 Access to recipe data is not possible at present. Recipe does not exist. File does not exist. Data record not present. Data record can not be loaded. Information message: data record memory is full. Floppy connection unclear. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 154 Data block not available or too short. Create data block of required length on the PLC. No entry present for log (header and footer not Configure log fully. present). Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 155 Actual-value field only created symbolically. 5, 6 Event message triggered not configured Symbolic actual-value field only created symbo- lically. 21..24 Field texts for symbolic actual value do not exist Illegal field type 8..20 Internal error Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-11 Release 04/99...
  • Page 156 Information text for soft key not configured or not configured in all languages Soft key specified in entry does not exist Event message is not configured Configure event message (–> message number) fully. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-12 Release 04/99...
  • Page 157 Configured PLC protocol is not possible. Illegal process link in recipe, destination does not Change configuration and retransfer. exist. Invalid destination configured for return reference Break key on OP; complete configu- in menu. ration and retransfer Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-13 Release 04/99...
  • Page 158 3: Incorrect baud rate configured Too many actual values (> 512) have been confi- gured for cyclic reading in a screen/variable. Too many variables requested simultaneously. Lengthen standard clock pulse or configure fewer variables on screen. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-14 Release 04/99...
  • Page 159 S7 message task error. Internal error Incorrect mailbox type Internal error Invalid mailbox type. Internal error Incorrect mode. Internal error Display status invalid. No submenu configured. Internal error No special operator object configured. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-15 Release 04/99...
  • Page 160 Block number does not exist. Internal error Incorrect mailbox type Internal error Illegal screen type Internal error Return reference number incorrect Internal error Error in internal mailbox buffer management for direct message logging. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-16 Release 04/99...
  • Page 161 Message type different from event or alarm mes- sage buffer. Internal error Configuration message error Internal error Incorrect mailbox type received. Internal error In COM TEXT: change address Actual control value and process link are identical on a screen. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 162 761 received instead. Internal error Configuration error 764, Internal error There are two variables: Var. 1: Message number, Var. 2: Number for error location 767, Internal error With stop, TD10 – TD/OP20 different. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-18 Release 04/99...
  • Page 163 Internal error during MPI download; possibly due to buffer problems. Internal error Undefined error from communication with PLC. An ”Online Setter” function has been incorrectly defined in ProTool. Internal error Error in NC messages Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-19 Release 04/99...
  • Page 164 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 B-20 Release 04/99...
  • Page 165: Technical Data

    LCD with LED backlighting Number of lines 4 or 8 (configurable) Characters per line 20 or 40 (depending on number of lines) Font size 8 mm 11 mm or 6 mm (depending on number of lines) Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 166 3.6 V/approx. 1.5 Ah Message buffer/hardware clock > 4 years 1) The specified backup times apply only when the OP17 has been connected to the power supply for more than 12 hours 2) Subject to change Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 167 3.5 mm ( 5 Hz ... 12 Hz) (12 Hz ... 500 Hz) Max. pressure difference 2 hPa (front, rear) Air pressure – operation 706 ... 1030 hPa – transportation, storage 581 ... 1030 hPa Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 168 Pulse modulation ENV 50204 (900 MHz 5 MHz) RF conduction ENV 50141 class 3 Burst interference EN 61000-4-4 class 3 OP17 Emitted interference DP-12 DP-12 RFI suppression level in accordance with class A EN 55011 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 169: Interface Assignment

    Interface Assignment Overview Table D-1 shows the interface configuration of the different OPs. Entries D-2 to D-5 refer to the corresponding pin assignments in Tables D-2 to D-5. Table D-1 Interface assignment OP7 and OP17 OP version Interface OP17 OP17...
  • Page 170 TxD (A) Data A RxD (A) 1) Reserved for future use. From current-limited source < 1A only. 2) Can be switched by means of the DIP switch (for switch settings refer to Section 14.2.3) Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 171 Online Help on the configuration software Start–up Guides First Steps Overview of complete documentation The following table provides an overview of the SIMATIC HMI documenta- tion and shows you when you require the different documents. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 172 Product Brief a screen with various objects changing from one screen to another a message. This documentation is available for: OP3, OP5, OP7, OP15, OP17 OP25, OP27, OP35, OP37, TP27, TP37 Windows-based systems ProTool Configurers Provides information on working with the ProTool/Pro con- Configuring figuration software.
  • Page 173 PLCs This documentation describes the configuration and parameters required for connecting the devices to the PLC and the network user data areas used for exchanging data between opera- tiong unit and PLC. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 174 Provides the following information about the ProAgent op- tional package (process diagnosis) for OPs User’s Manual configuring system-specific process diagnosis detecting, locating the cause of and eliminating process errors, customizing standard diagnostic screens supplied with the software. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Release 04/99...
  • Page 175 All cities in the Federal Republic of Germany with Siemens Sales Offices All European and non-European Siemens Companies and Representatives Siemens Sales The following table lists all Siemens Sales Offices in the Federal Republic of Offices in the Germany. Federal Republic...
  • Page 176 European The following table lists all European Siemens Companies and Companies and Representatives. Representatives Austria Finland Siemens AG Österreich Siemens Oy Bregenz Espoo, Helsinki Graz France Innsbruck Siemens S.A. Linz Haguenau Salzburg Lille, Seclin Vienna Lyon, Caluire-et-Cuire Belgium Marseille Metz Siemens S.A.
  • Page 177 Italy Romania Siemens S.p.A. Siemens birou de consultatii tehnice Bari Bukarest Bologna Russia Brescia Siemens AG Casoria Florence Mosmatic Genoa Moscow Milan Siemens AG Padua Ekaterinburg Rome Slovak Republic Turin Siemens AG Luxemburg Bratislava Siemens S.A. Slovenia Luxemburg Siemens d. o. o.
  • Page 178 Kiev Non-European The following table lists all non-European Siemens Companies and Companies and Representatives of Siemens AG. Representatives Africa The following table lists all Siemens Companies and Representatives of Siemens AG in Africa. Algeria Morocco Siemens Bureau d’Alger SETEL Alger Société...
  • Page 179 Tunis Sudan Zaire National Electrical & Commercial Company (NECC) SOFAMATEL S.P.R.L. Khartoum Kinshasa America The following table lists all Siemens Companies and Representatives of Siemens AG in America. Argentina Canada Siemens S.A. Siemens Electric Ltd. Bahía Blanca Montreal, Québec Buenos Aires Toronto Còrdoba...
  • Page 180 Venezuela México, D.F. Siemens S.A. Monterrey Caracas Puebla Valencia Nicaragua Siemens S.A. Managua Asia The following table lists all Siemens Companies and Representatives of Siemens AG in Asia. Bahrain India Transitec Gulf Siemens Limited Manama Ahmedabad Bangalore Bangladesh Bombay Siemens Bangladesh Ltd.
  • Page 181 Sri Lanka Lebanon Dimo Limited Ets. F.A. Kettaneh S.A. Colombo Beirut Syria Malaysia Siemens AG, Branch (A.S.T.E.) Siemens Electrical Engineering Sdn. Bhd. Damascus Kuala Lumpur Taiwan Nepal Siemens Ltd., TELEUNION Engineering Ltd. Amatya Enterprises (Pvt.) Ltd. Kathmandu TAI Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Page 182 Abu Dhabi Tihama Tractors & Engineering Co., Ltd. Scientechnic Siemens Resident Engineers Siemens Resident Engineers Sanaa Dubai Australia The following table lists all Siemens Companies and Representatives of Siemens AG in Australia Australia New Zealand Siemens Ltd. Siemens Ltd. Adelaide Auckland...
  • Page 183 Download mode Operating mode of the OP in which data are transferred from the Program- ming Unit to the OP. Duration of display Time between the arrival of an event message and its departure. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Glossary-1 Release 04/99...
  • Page 184 OP17. This operating mode is possible only when the interface to the PLC is established by means of the AS511 protocol. Message level OP control level at which initiated messages are displayed. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Glossary-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 185 Editing level of the OP at which screens can be viewed and manipulated. Selection field Field for setting values of parameters (one of several defined values can be selected). Soft key Key that can be assigned with different functions (depending on displayed screen entry). Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Glossary-3 Release 04/99...
  • Page 186 Startup test Check on the status of the central processing unit and memories each time the supply voltage is applied. System message Draws attention to internal conditions on the OP and the PLC. Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Glossary-4 Release 04/99...
  • Page 187 Cable cross-section, 14-4 view, A-1 Calling, help text, 3-14 Allen–Bradley, 2-3 Cancel, 3-4 Alphanumeric input, example, 3-10 help text display, 3-4 Alphanumeric value input, 3-6, 3-8 transfer mode, 3-4, 15-3 Ambient conditions, C-3 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-1 Release 04/99...
  • Page 188 5-1 Controlling, processes, 1-3 screen entry, 5-2 Controlling the OP, from the PLC, 13-1 Components of a recipe, 8-2 Correcting, input, 3-9 Computer, connecting, 1-7, 1-9 Correcting an input, 3-9 Configurable languages, 2-2 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-2 Release 04/99...
  • Page 189 5-2 character, 3-3 standby message, 15-3, 15-4 event messages, A-1 start screen, 15-3, 15-4 system message buffer, 7-13 Displaying first message, 7-7 Delete key, 3-3 Displaying last message, 7-7 Delete mode, 3-3 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-3 Release 04/99...
  • Page 190 Evaluation of screen number , 13-1 alarm messages, 1-4 Event buffer, 7-3 Foil, labeling strips, 16-6 Event message buffer Font size, C-1 deleting, 7-12 Force tag, 4-3 printing, 12-2 FORCE VAR, 9-1, A-2 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-4 Release 04/99...
  • Page 191 Help text, 1-4, 2-2, 3-14 Interface calling, 3-14 PLC/computer, 1-7, 1-9 scrolling, 3-14 printer, 1-7, 1-9 Help text LED, 3-3 Interface assignment, D-1 Hiding Interface parameters, 4-3 system message, 3-4 modify, 10-2 system messages, 4-2 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-5 Release 04/99...
  • Page 192 Local assignment, 11-1 Labeling strips, 16-5 Local function assignment, 3-2 Language, A-2 Log, messages, 7-1 Language changing, 4-3 Logging, upon overflow, 7-12 Language selection, 10-1 Logging in, 6-3 Languages, 1-5 Logging out, 6-3 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-6 Release 04/99...
  • Page 193 7-11 Numeric keypad, 3-7, 3-12 number of event messages, 7-11 Numerical field, 3-7 print, 7-14 Numerical value input, 3-6, 3-7 scroll (message level), 7-8 system messages, 7-6 Mitsubishi, 2-3 Mixed input, 3-8 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-7 Release 04/99...
  • Page 194 Operator prompting, process-dependent, 11-1 for use with Other PLCs, connection, 16-2, 16-4 OP17, 16-4 Output field, 5-2 OP7, 16-2 Overall dimensions, OP7, OP17, C-1 Pocket calculator format, 3-7, 3-12 Overall reset, 3-5, 15-4 Polarity reversal, battery connector, 16-8 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-8...
  • Page 195 Processing, data record, 8-3 RFI suppression level, C-4 Product description, 1-1 Right-aligned input, 3-12 PROFIBUS-DP, 2-3, 16-2, 16-4 Right-justified input, 3-7 testing communication, 15-8 Room temperature, 14-1 Programming unit, 15-3, 15-4 Prompting, process-dependent, 11-1 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-9 Release 04/99...
  • Page 196 Screen number, 5-1 SIMATIC S7, 2-3 evaluate, 13-1 connection, 16-2, 16-4 Screen segment, moving, 4-5, 4-6 STATUS/FORCE VAR, 9-1 Screen selecting, 12-2 Single display, 7-8 Screen title, 5-1 Situation-specific operator prompting, 11-1 Screen updating, 5-2 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-10 Release 04/99...
  • Page 197 Stored energy time, 10-3 Test, communication, online, 15-8 Structure, data, 8-1 Testing the configuration Structure of the documentation, E-1 in Offline mode, 15-6 with PLC, 15-7 alarm messages, 7-11 event messages, 7-11 Superuser, 4-3, 6-1 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-11 Release 04/99...
  • Page 198 C-2 display, C-1 keyboard, C-2 Warning, buffer overflow, 7-12 Weight, C-1 Unauthorized access, 4-6 Unauthorized operation, 4-6 Uni-Telway report, 2-3 Updating Y cable, 14-9 PLC values, 5-2 speeding up, 5-2 values, 9-4 Equipment Manual OP7, OP17 Index-12 Release 04/99...

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