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SIMATIC
TD 200
Operator Interface
User Manual
This manual has the order number:
6ES7272-0AA20-8BA0
01/2000
Edition 01
Preface, Contents
Product Overview and Installation
Configuring the TD 200
Operating the TD 200
Creating Sample Programs
Specifications and Reference
Multiple CPU Configurations
Troubleshooting
TD 200 Parameters and
Messages
Modifying a TD 200 Configuration
Index
1
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3
4
A
B
C
D
E

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  • Page 1 Preface, Contents Product Overview and Installation SIMATIC Configuring the TD 200 TD 200 Operating the TD 200 Operator Interface Creating Sample Programs User Manual Specifications and Reference This manual has the order number: 6ES7272-0AA20-8BA0 Multiple CPU Configurations Troubleshooting TD 200 Parameters and Messages Modifying a TD 200 Configuration Index...
  • Page 2: Edition

    SIMATIC , SIMATIC HMI und SIMATIC NET Siemens AG. Copyright Siemens AG 2000 All rights reserved Disclaimer of Liability The reproduction, transmission or use of this document or its We have checked the contents of this manual for agreement with the contents is not permitted without express written authority.
  • Page 3 Preface Purpose The SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface User Manual is a combination user and reference manual that describes the operation of the TD 200 Operator Interface Module with an S7-200 programmable logic controller. Audience This manual is designed for engineers, programmers, and maintenance personnel who have a general knowledge of programmable logic controllers and operator interfaces.
  • Page 4 CPU scan cycle, password-protection, and network communication This manual also includes descriptions and examples for the programming instructions, typical execution times for the instructions, and the data sheets for the S7-200 equipment. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 5 +49 (911) 895-7777 nbgm.siemens.de Fax: +49 (911) 895-7001 GMT: +1:00 GMT: +01:00 The languages of the SIMATIC Hotlines are generally German and English, in addition, French, Italian and Spanish are spoken on the authorization hotline. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 6 – the Internet under http://www.ad.siemens.de/simatic Current product informations and downloads which you may find useful are available: – On the Internet at: http://www.ad.siemens.de/simatic-cs – On the Bulletin Board System (BBS) in Nuremberg ( SIMATIC Customer Support Mailbox) at the number +49 (911) 895-7100.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    ........2-21 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 8 Using the Bar Graph Character Set ....... . SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface viii...
  • Page 9 ....... . . Character Set Selection Bytes 12 and 13 (Optional) ......SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 10 ............. Index-1 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 11: Product Overview And Installation

    This manual uses the terms programmable logic controller and S7-200 CPU (or CPU) interchangeably. Chapter Overview Section Description Page Hardware Features Installing the TD 200 Connecting the Communication Cable Connecting a Power Cable Cleaning the Device 1-11 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 12: Hardware Features

    The TD/CPU cable provides communication and power to your TD 200. It is a 9-pin, straight-through cable that is supplied with your TD 200. User Label The user label is a pull-out label that you can use to customize the function key labels for your applications. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 13: Td 200 Keyboard Features

    If you press the SHIFT key along with, or prior to, pressing the F3 key, F3 sets the Mx.6 bit. Function key F4 sets the Mx.3 bit. If you press the SHIFT key along with, or prior to, pressing the F4 key, F4 sets the Mx.7 bit. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 14: Customizing The Td 200 Keyboard

    Tab of Label Insert SIEMENS TD 200 SIEMENS TD 200 Use tweezers to grasp tab of the label insert. Pull the label insert from the TD 200. Figure 1-2 TD 200 Keyboard Label Insert SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 15 TD 200 SIEMENS TD 200 Label Insert Insert corner of label insert into Lift front panel. semi-circular cutout. Slide label insert Rotate label downward. into TD 200 front panel Figure 1-4 Inserting Customized Label SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 16: Installing The Td 200

    1. Remove the three screws from the rear of the TD 200 using a flat-head screwdriver or a T8 Torx screwdriver. See Figure 1-6. 2. Remove the backplate of the TD 200. Mounting Screws Figure 1-6 Removing the Three Mounting Screws SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 17: Mounting The Td 200

    Carefully tighten the screws until snug. Spacers Gasket É É É É Gasket Backplate Frontplate É É É É Mounting Cabinet Door Screws or Control Panel Figure 1-7 Positioning Spacers SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 18: Connecting The Communication Cable

    CPU communication, refer to Appendix B. The TD 200 defaults to address 1 and attempts to communicate to a CPU at address 2. If you use other addresses, see Section 3.8 to change the network address. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 19: Connecting A Power Cable

    See “Making a Cable That Does Not Supply Power to the TD 200” on page B-4 for more information. To CPU TD 200 SIEMENS TD 200 +24 VDC Figure 1-9 Supplying Power Using an External Power Supply SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 20: Removing The Protective Film From The Td 200

    É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É É Figure 1-11 Removing the Protective Film SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 1-10 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 21: Cleaning The Device

    Product Overview and Installation Cleaning the Device To clean the TD 200, use a soft cotton cloth and a neutral cleaning agent. Ensure that the cleaning agent liquid does not get into the TD 200 device. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 1-11 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 22 Product Overview and Installation SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 1-12 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 23: Configuring The Td 200

    The software described in this chapter is the STEP 7–Micro/WIN Rel 3.1. Previous versions of this software may appear and operate differently. Chapter Overview Section Description Page Starting the STEP 7-Micro/WIN TD 200 Configuration Wizard Creating a Sample Program 2-19 Using the Chinese Character Set 2-21 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 24: Starting The Step 7-micro/win Td 200 Configuration Wizard

    When completed, the wizard generates the supporting data block code. To begin configuring TD 200 messages, click Next. TD200 < Prev Next > Cancel 1, 1 Figure 2-1 Accessing the TD 200 Configuration Wizard SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 25: Selecting Language And Character Set

    For example, the Latin 1 character set is the character set used by U.S. and Western European versions of Windows. PCs running this version of Windows will see the same characters in the TD 200 Configuration Wizard as on the TD 200 display. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 26 TD 200 Configuration Wizard and the data block, but they will be correct on the TD 200 display. It also happens if the font does not support all of the characters. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 27: Enabling Time-of-day, Force Function, And Password Protection

    Would you like to enable the force menu on your TD 200? TD200 Would you like to enable password protection? Password (0000 - 9999): 1111 < Prev Cancel Next > Figure 2-3 Wizard: Time-of-Day Clock, Force I/O, and Password Protection SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 28: Specifying Function Key Memory Bits And Display Update Rate

    The update rate selection determines how often the TD 200 polls the S7-200 CPU for messages to display. The actual update time may be slower than the time that you select because of the size of the message, the processing required, or network traffic. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 29: Selecting Message Size And Number Of Messages

    The TD 200 allows you to configure up to 80 messages. How many messages do you wish to configure? message(s) TD200 < Prev Cancel Next > Figure 2-6 Wizard: Message Size and Number of Messages SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 30: Specifying Parameter Block Address, Message Enable Address, And Message Location

    You must define where the message information is to reside in the data block. Starting byte for message information: < Prev Cancel Next > Figure 2-7 Wizard: Block Address, Enable Flags, and Message Location SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 31: Creating A Text-only Message

    Embedded Data... <Previous Message Next Message > message. VB40 is the address of MSG1, VB80 would be displayed for MSG2, and so on. < Prev Cancel Finish Figure 2-8 Wizard: 40-Character Message SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 32: Embedding Data Values In A Text Message

    Unsigned values are displayed without a sign. A leading zero is used for all fractional numbers (for example, 0.5). Real numbers are displayed with the number of decimal places you specify. The value is rounded to the specified decimal place. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-10 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 33 Message enabled bit: V14.6 Embedded Data... <Previous Message Next Message > Place cursor at the correct position and click “Embedded Data...” < Prev Finish Cancel Figure 2-9 Wizard: Embedding Variable Data Value in a Message SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-11 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 34: Formatting The Embedded Data Value

    If the box is not checked, the data cannot be edited. The Embedded Data dialog box also lists the address of the data value within the message. The user program uses this address to write the data value in the message. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-12 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 35 Message enabled bit: V14.6 Embedded Data... <Previous Message Next Message > Note: Grayed fields are place holders for embedded data values. < Prev Finish Cancel Figure 2-11 Wizard: Embedded Data Value Place Holder in Message SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-13 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 36 Should the user edit of data be Password-protected? Edit Notification Bit: V114.2 Password for Edit: 1111 Address of Data Value: VD116 Delete Cancel Figure 2-12 Embedded Data: Making the Data Editable and Password Protected. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-14 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 37: Creating A Message That Requires Acknowledgement

    Since there is no data associated with this format word, the format word can be placed anywhere in your message (not just at the end). The format characters appear as blank spaces on the TD 200 display. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-15 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 38 The TD 200 ignores the acknowledge bit in all subsequent data values of the message. For this example, make the selections shown in Figure 2-15 and click on the “OK” button to return to the message configuration dialog box. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-16 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 39 Message enabled bit: V14.6 Acknowledgement notification bit: V158.1 Embedded Data... <Previous Message Next Message > Note: The address of the acknowledge- notification bit is displayed. < Prev Finish Cancel Figure 2-16 Wizard: Message Requires Acknowledgement SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-17 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 40: Viewing The Td 200 Parameter Block And Messages

    // No Edit; Acknowledgement Notification V158.1; No Password VB159 16#00 // No Data; 0 Digits to the right of the decimal; // END TD200_BLOCK 0 Figure 2-17 Data Block Editor Showing a Sample TD 200 Parameter Block SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-18 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 41: Creating A Sample Program

    Press ENTER to edit the setpoint. Press ENTER again to go to the acknowledge message. Press ENTER to acknowledge the third message. Press F2 to enable all three messages at once. Press F3 to disable all the messages. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-19 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 42 16#20 VB14 Network 4 V158.1 V158.1 MOV_B 16#80 VB14 Network 5 M0.1 MOV_B 16#E0 VB14 M0.1 Network 6 M0.2 MOV_B VB14 M0.2 Figure 2-18 Sample Program in the Ladder and Statement List Editors SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-20 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 43: Using The Chinese Character Set

    Press F1 for more information on how this might be useful. Which character set would you like your TD 200 messages to support? TD200 Simplified Chinese Chinese character set. < Prev Cancel Next > Figure 2-19 Wizard: Chinese Language and Character Set SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-21 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 44 Note: This field shows the Embedded Data... <Previous Message Next Message > address of the particular message. VB32 is the address of MSG1. < Prev Cancel Finish Figure 2-20 Wizard: Chinese Character Message SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 2-22 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 45: Operating The Td 200

    Using the Display Message Mode Using the Menu Mode Viewing Messages Viewing CPU Status Menu Forcing I/O Setting Time and Date in the CPU 3-13 Releasing the Password 3-15 Using the TD 200 Setup Menu Option 3-16 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 46: Using The Display Message Mode

    1. Press the DOWN arrow. The TD 200 displays the next lower priority message(s). 2. Press the UP arrow. The TD 200 displays the next higher priority message(s). 3. Press any key (except the UP or DOWN arrows). The TD 200 exits the scrolling mode. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 47: Editing A Value

    “9” in “1234.56789”, the value of the variable does not change. Changing the most significant (left-most) digit of a real-number variable with more than six digits may cause other (less significant) digits in the variable to change. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 48: Acknowledging A Message

    Messages that do not require acknowledgement or editing are replaced on the display if a higher priority message is enabled by the S7-200 CPU. For more information on acknowledging a message, see Section D.5. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 49: Using The Menu Mode

    The TD 200 exits the Menu mode when you press ESC during the display of one of the menu items. Also, the TD 200 exits the Menu mode automatically after one minute and returns to the Display Message mode if you have not pressed any keys. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 50: Viewing Messages

    Pressing ESC at any time when you are viewing messages aborts the message display and returns you to the Display Message mode. The TD 200 automatically returns to the Display mode after one minute if no keys are pressed. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 51: Viewing Cpu Status Menu

    If fatal and/or non-fatal errors are present, use the following process to view the fatal and non-fatal errors. Action Display The TD 200 scrolls down the list of errors that are present. ERRORS PRESENT SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 52: Fatal Error Messages

    – HSC setup and execution errors – Attempting to execute an illegal instruction (ENI, DISI, or HDEF) inside an interrupt routine – Subroutine nesting errors – TODW data errors – Simultaneous XMT and RCV errors SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 53: Forcing I/o

    Pressing ESC at any time while you are forcing I/O returns you to the Display Message mode. The TD 200 automatically returns to the Display Message mode after one minute if no keys are pressed. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 54: Entering A Password

    TD 200 displays the message shown in Figure 3-3. SIEMENS TD 200 Figure 3-3 Incorrect Password Display Correcting a Password Press ESC and repeat the steps for entering a password. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-10 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 55: Selecting A Force I/o Option

    Such a failure could result in the CPU going into fatal error mode upon next power-up. To clear the fatal error, rewrite the force information to the CPU or unforce all I/O points, then power cycle the CPU to clear the fatal error. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-11 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 56: Forcing And Unforcing An I/o Point

    If you wish to change the force status, press ESC to return the cursor to the I/O address. With the cursor on the I/O address, press ESC to return to the Force I/O menu. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-12 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 57: Setting Time And Date In The Cpu

    The TD 200 reads the current date and time from the CPU and displays it. The first line of the display contains the date and time. The second line of the display contains the day of the week. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-13 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 58: Editing The Time And Date

    If you have selected Chinese for the language, the date is displayed as year-month-day. Pressing ENTER when the cursor is on the seconds field writes the new time and date to the CPU. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-14 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 59: Releasing The Password

    The TD 200 enters the Menu mode. MENU MODE: VIEW MESSAGES The TD 200 scrolls down the menu MENU MODE: options four times. RELEASE PASSWORD The TD 200 returns to the ENTER password-protected operations. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-15 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 60: Using The Td 200 Setup Menu Option

    Use the up or down arrow keys to display the correct TD 200 ADDRESS address. Press to store the new address ENTER ENTER SETUP MENU: for the TD 200. TD 200 ADDRESS SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-16 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 61: Selecting The Cpu Address

    CPU. CPU ADDRESS Note Pressing ESC at any time while you are setting the network address of the CPU aborts the edit and restores the previous value of the CPU address. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-17 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 62: Entering The Parameter Block Address

    PARM ADDRESS Note Pressing ESC at any time while you are entering the address of the parameter block aborts the edit and restores the previous address for the parameter block. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-18 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 63: Selecting The Baud Rate

    ENTER ENTER SETUP MENU: rate. BAUD RATE 19.2K Note Pressing ESC at any time while you are setting the baud rate aborts the edit and restores the previous baud rate. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-19 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 64: Setting The Highest Station Address

    TD 200. HIGHEST STATION Note Pressing ESC at any time while you are setting the highest station address for the TD 200 aborts the edit and restores the previous highest station address. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-20 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 65: Selecting The Gap Factor

    Factor for the TD 200. GAP FACTOR Note Pressing ESC at any time while you are selecting the GAP Factor for the TD 200 aborts the edit and restores the previous GAP Factor. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-21 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 66: Adjusting The Display Contrast

    SETUP MENU: value for the TD 200. CONTRAST Note Pressing ESC at any time while you are changing the Display Contrast for the TD 200 aborts the edit and restores the previous value. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 3-22 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 67: Creating Sample Programs

    TD 200 display using ASCII text. A TD 200 and a CPU 224 are used to create a clock. The second program illustrates the bar graph character set. Chapter Overview Section Description Page Using a Text Message to Create a Clock for a CPU 214 Using the Bar Graph Character Set SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 68: Using A Text Message To Create A Clock For A Cpu

    When completed, the wizard will generate the supporting data block code. To begin configuring TD 200 messages, click Next. TD200 < Prev Next > Cancel 1, 1 Figure 4-1 Accessing the TD 200 Configuration Wizard SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 69 // Set the starting address for message enable bits to VW12 // MESSAGE 1 // Message Enable Bit V12.7 VB20 ’ – – : : ’ // END TD200_BLOCK 0 Figure 4-2 Data Block of the Clock Message SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 70 // ...convert the second VB101 MOVB 16#80, VB12 // ...enable the message VB20 VB102 VB23 VB100 VB26 VB103 VB32 VB104 VB35 VB105 VB38 MOV_B 16#80 VB12 Figure 4-3 Sample Program for Creating a Clock SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 71: Using The Bar Graph Character Set

    Figure 4-5, download the data block and the program to a CPU, and place the CPU in RUN mode. Adjust potentiometer 0 to display the bar graph. Note This example does not produce an exact representation of the analog potentiometer value. The partial bars are approximate. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 72 MOVB AC1, *AC2 // store partial block to buffer MOV_B SMB28 MOV_B 16#FF VB19 BLKMOV_B VB19 VB20 SHR_DW ADD_I 16#FA MOV_DW &VB20 ADD_I MOV_B *AC2 Figure 4-5 Sample Program for Creating a Bar Graph SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 73 TD 200 Original Character Set ALT Key Combinations for International and Special Characters for the TD 200 Original Character Set TD 200 Latin 1 Character Set TD 200 Cyrillic Character Set TD 200 Simplified Chinese Character Set A-10 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 74: Specifications And Reference

    Postfach 1963 D-92209 Amberg Tel.: 09621 80 3283 Fax: 09621 80 3278 Observing the Setup Guidelines The setup guidelines and notes on safety given in the manual must be observed on startup and during operation. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 75: A.2 Approvals For Usa, Canada And Australia

    (e.g. plug-in connections, fuses, switches). Do not close or disconnect any live circuits unless explosion hazards can be definitely excluded. Warning WARNING - DO NOT DISCONNECT WHILE CIRCUIT IS LIVE UNLESS LOCATION IS KNOWN TO BE NON-HAZARDOUS SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 76: Technical Specifications

    Power supplies with the same voltage can only be used with additional means of protection. For example, a surge voltage protector available from the Dehn company, type RZ/E 24 V-, order No. 917 204 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 77 Semisinusoidal: 150 m/s (15g), 11 ms Transport (packaged) Semisinusoidal: 250 m/s (25g), 6 ms Special features Quality assurance In accordance with ISO 9001 Servicing Maintenance-free (no battery) Panel mounting Accessories for panel mounting are enclosed SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 78: Td 200 Original Character Set

    The other ASCII codes other ASCII codes & are not changed. are not changed. ’ See Section D.2 for information about selecting about selecting the bar graph characters. α Ω Σ Π < SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 79: Alt Key Combinations For International And Special Characters

    Alt-0148 Alt-0195 (left arrow Alt-0143 Alt-0180 (right arrow Alt-0248 Alt-0200 (single bar) α Alt-0224 Alt-0201 (double bar) Alt-0225 Alt-0202 (triple bar) Alt-0238 Alt-0203 (four bars) Alt-0230 Alt-0204 (five bars) Alt-0229 Alt-0194 (up arrow) Alt-0155 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 80: Td 200 Latin1 Character Set

    Specifications and Reference TD 200 Latin1 Character Set Table A-4 Latin 1 Characters for the TD 200 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 81: Td 200 Cyrillic Character Set

    Specifications and Reference TD 200 Cyrillic Character Set Table A-5 TD 200 Cyrillic Character Set SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 82: Td 200 Simplified Chinese Character Set

    Chinese character. The alternate character set must be set to Simplified Chinese to allow the TD 200 to display Chinese characters. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface A-10 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 83 //Signed Word; 0 Digits to the right of the decimal; VW52 16#0 //Embedded Data Value: Move data for display here. // END TD200_BLOCK 0 Figure A-2 Data Block with Message Containing Digits for Chinese Character SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface A-11 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 84 Specifications and Reference SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface A-12 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 85: Multiple Cpu Configurations

    The CPUs can be either masters or slaves on the network. Chapter Overview Section Description Page Configuring for Multiple CPU Communication Building a TD/CPU Cable CPU Grounding and Circuit Reference Point Guidelines for Using Isolated Circuits SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 86: Configuring For Multiple Cpu Communication

    TD 200 (Number 1) CPU 224 (Number 1) Address 1 Address 2 CPU 212 (Number 2) TD 200 (Number 2) Address 3 Address 4 To additional CPUs Figure B-1 A Typical Multiple CPU Network SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 87 Multiple CPU Configurations Network connectors are available from Siemens. Using these connectors allows you to isolate the CPUs from one another (the 24 VDC), but still allows you to power the TD 200 from the CPU. See the SIMATIC S7-200 Programmable Controller System Manual for more information on using network connectors.
  • Page 88: Building A Td/cpu Cable

    The maximum length for the cable is 1200 meters. TD 200 Side S7-200 Side Transmit/Receive Data + Transmit/Receive Data + Logic Ground Logic Ground Shield Transmit/Receive Data – Transmit/Receive Data – Figure B-3 TD/CPU Cable without Power Connections SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 89: Network Connectors

    Multiple CPU Configurations Network Connectors Siemens offers two types of networking connectors that you can use to connect multiple devices to a network easily. Both connectors have two sets of terminal screws to allow you to attach the incoming and outgoing network cables. Both connectors also have switches to bias and terminate the network selectively.
  • Page 90: Cable For A Profibus Network

    Table B-2 Maximum Cable Length of a Segment in a PROFIBUS Network Transmission Rate Maximum Cable Length of a Segment 9.6 kbaud to 19.2 kbaud 1,200 m (3,936 ft.) 187.5 kbaud 1,000 m (3,280 ft.) SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 91: Network Repeaters

    Multiple CPU Configurations Network Repeaters Siemens provides network repeaters to connect PROFIBUS network segments. See Figure B-5. The use of repeaters extends the overall network length, allows you to add devices to a network, and/or provides a way to isolate different network segments.
  • Page 92: Cpu Grounding And Circuit Reference Point Guidelines For Using Isolated Circuits

    When locating grounds, you must also consider safety grounding requirements and the proper operation of protective interrupting devices. In most installations, you will have the best noise immunity if you connect the CPU sensor supply M terminal to ground. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 93 Relay outputs are isolated from logic circuit to 1,500 VAC. Relay output groups are isolated from each other by 1,500 VAC. AC power supply line and neutral are isolated from ground, the logic circuit, and all I/O to 1,500 VAC. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 94 Multiple CPU Configurations SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface B-10 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 95: Troubleshooting

    Refer to Section B.2. Network too long or too many Refer to Section B.2. devices on network. HARDWARE ERROR TD 200 is inoperable. The TD 200 module could be defective. Replace with a new module. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 96 Use the TD 200 wizard to select selected is not supported. a valid character set. Display backlight blinks on and Software checksums are TD 200 hardware is defective. incorrect. Replace with a new TD 200. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 97: Td 200 Parameters And Messages

    Chapter Overview Section Description Page TD 200 Parameter Block Building the Parameter Block Formatting Messages D-10 Embedding Data Values in a Text Message D-12 Understanding Message Types D-21 Editing Variables with the TD 200 D-23 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 98: Understanding How Messages Are Displayed

    TD 200 Unit 1 Parameter block at VW0 VW40 Parameter block for unit 2 SIEMENS TD 200 TD 200 Unit 2 Parameter block at VW40 Figure D-1 Displaying Different Messages on Two TD 200 Units SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 99: Description Of The Parameter Block Format

    Disable/Enable Edit Password (stored in bytes 10 and 11 of Select Bar Graph extended parameter block) characters Disable/Enable alternate character sets selected in bytes 12 and 13 of extended parameter block. Figure D-2 TD 200 Parameter Block SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 100: Building The Parameter Block

    5 - Spanish 2 - German 6 - Chinese 3 - French 7 - Not defined * Values given as hexadecimal values Figure D-3 Information Contained in Byte 2 of the TD 200 Parameter Block SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 101 If your program uses these bits, the program must reset these bits after they are used. Figure D-4 shows the information contained in Byte 3. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 102: Number Of Messages Byte 4

    The highest priority message is message 1 and the lowest priority message is message 80. See Section D.5 for more information on message priorities and the display of messages. Figure D-5 shows the prioritization scheme and the correspondence between message-enable bits and messages. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 103: M Area Address Byte 5

    Inadvertent changes to M bits could cause your program to behave unexpectedly. Unpredictable controller operation could cause death or serious injury to personnel, and/or damage to equipment. Always reserve an M area address, even when your program does not utilize function keys. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 104: Message Address Bytes 6 And 7

    Note You can set or clear the message-enable bits from within your program. The TD 200 may also clear the message-enable bit following an acknowledge or an edit. See Section D.6 for more information. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 105: Edit Password Bytes 10 And 11 (optional

    The character set selection does not affect the language selection. The character set selection only affects how the character codes that STEP 7–Micro/WIN stores in the CPU data block are interpreted by the TD 200. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 106: Formatting Messages

    TD 200. How the Message Looks in V Memory Value Text 1 Text 2 Format Variable Word Data (word) How the Message Is Displayed on the TD 200 Figure D-7 Twenty-Character Message Format SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-10 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 107: Forty-character Message Format

    Value Value Value Text 3 Format Variable Text 4 Format Variable Text 5 Word Data Word Data (word) (word) How the Message Is Displayed on the TD 200 Figure D-8 Forty-Character Message Format SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-11 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 108: Embedding Data Values In A Text Message

    Format Word with an Optional Double Word Value or Real (Floating-Point) Value Byte 0 Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3 Byte 4 Byte 5 MSB of LSB of MSB of LSB of Format Format DWord DWord Figure D-9 Format Word Usage SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-12 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 109: Defining The Data Value Format

    MSB of LSB of Format Format Data Data E P EN A - Acknowledgement 0 - No acknowledgement 1 - Acknowledgement required Figure D-11 Acknowledgement Bit of Byte 0 of the Format Word SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-13 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 110: Acknowledge-notification Bit 1

    MSB of LSB of Format Format Data Data A N - Acknowledge-Notification E P EN 0 - Not acknowledged 1 - Message Acknowledged Figure D-12 Acknowledge-Notification Bit of Byte 0 of the Format Word SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-14 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 111: Edit-notification Bit 2

    LSB of MSB of LSB of Format Format Data Data EN- Edit-Notification 0 - Not edited E P EN 1 - Message edited Figure D-14 Edit-Notification Bit of Byte 0 of the Format Word SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-15 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 112 // On each scan ... VW23 VW250 MOVWVW250,VW23 // copy the variable to the location of the Network # // embedded value. SM 0.0 MOV_W VW250 VW23 Figure D-15 Sample Program for Using the Edit-Notification Bit SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-16 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 113: Password Protection Bit 3

    MSB of LSB of Format Format Data Data E - Edit-Allowed 0 - Edit not allowed E P EN 1 - Edit allowed Figure D-17 Edit-Allowed Bit of Byte 0 of the Format Word SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-17 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 114: Data Size/format, And Decimal Bits 0, 1, 2 And

    6 - Six digits to the right of the decimal point 7 - Seven digits to the right of the decimal point Figure D-18 Bit Values of Byte 1 of the Format Word SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-18 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 115 (This includes the number of decimal places that were specified in the format word. See Figure D-18.) If a number cannot be displayed within the number of digits available, the TD 200 displays “eeeeee” for that value. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-19 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 116 123456789.1 to 1 to 7 123.4567891 -1234567891 Signed DWord -123456789.1 to 1 to 7 -123.4567891 Up to 20 -1234567 Real Real DWord 12345.6 to (Floating Point) 1 to 7 Up to 20 0.0123456 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-20 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 117: Understanding Message Types

    CPU enables a higher priority message, the flashing message shifts to the second line of the display. The operator cannot press the UP or the DOWN key to scroll through other enabled messages until s/he acknowledges the current message. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-21 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 118: No Acknowledgement, Edits Allowed

    TD 200 then displays the message and causes the entire message to flash to notify the operator that the message is present and must be acknowledged. For more information about editing variables, see Section D.6. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-22 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 119: Editing Variables With The Td

    – To reset the variable to 0, press the SHIFT ENTER keys. 5. Press ENTER to write the updated variable to the CPU. On the same program scan, the edit-notification bit is set in the format word corresponding to the variable being edited. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-23 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 120: Aborting An Edit

    CPU.) If the message was configured for acknowledgement, the message starts to flash again, since the edit was not completed. Note An edit is automatically aborted if you do not press a key after one minute. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface D-24 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 121: Modifying A Td 200 Configuration

    STEP 7–Micro/WIN version that you are currently using. Chapter Overview Section Description Page Types of TD 200 Wizard Configurations Using STEP 7–Micro/WIN (version prior to 3.1) Using STEP 7–Micro/WIN (version 3.1 or greater) SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 122: Types Of Td 200 Configurations

    Blocks to Edit Block at VB0 TD200 To begin configuring TD 200 messages, click Next. < Prev Next > Cancel 1, 1 Figure E-1 TD 200 Wizard Detecting an Existing Configuration SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 123: E.2 Using Step 7–micro/win (prior To Version 3.1)

    // Character Set = Latin1 Figure E-2 Data Block Showing a Sample TD 200 Configuration Table E-1 Values to Use for Each Language Language Value to Use English German French Italian Spanish Simplified Chinese SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 124 TD 200. If you are using STEP 7–Micro/WIN version 3.02 (or earlier), and you re-edit the configuration using the TD 200 Wizard, the Data Block changes are overwritten by the TD 200 Wizard. SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 125: E.3 Using Step 7–micro/win (version 3.1 Or Greater)

    You must define where the message information is to reside in the data block. Starting byte for message information: < Prev Cancel Next > Figure E-3 Wizard: Block Address, Enable Flags, and Message Location SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 126 Modifying a TD 200 Configuration SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 127: Index

    D-12 Chinese character set , 2-21 format word, D-12 Chinese character set, A-10 real numbers, D-18–D-21 Cleaning the TD 200, 1-11 Date, setting, 3-13 Clock, enabling, 2-5, D-5 Decimal bits, D-18–D-21 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface Index-1 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 128 D-12 M area address, parameter block, 2-6, D-7 password protection, D-17 Making, cable to supply power to TD 200, Function keys, 1-3 description, 1-3 Making a cable, no power to TD 200, B-4 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface Index-2 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 129 3-6 saving/viewing, 2-18 viewing errors, 3-7 TD 200 configuration, D-4 Mode of operation TOD clock configuration, D-5 display message, 3-2 V memory location of, 3-18, D-2 menu, 3-5 Mounting, TD 200, 1-6 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface Index-3 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 130 Selecting display contrast, 3-22 Variables, acknowledging and editing, Selecting GAP Factor, 3-21 3-3–3-5, D-23–D-24 Set time and date menu, 3-13 Viewing CPU status menu, 3-7 Setting network address, 3-16 Viewing messages menu, 3-6 SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface Index-4 C79000-G7076-C272-01...
  • Page 131 Please check any industry that applies to you: Automotive Pharmaceutical Chemical Plastic Electrical Machinery Pulp and Paper Food Textiles Instrument and Control Transportation Nonelectrical Machinery Other _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Petrochemical SIMATIC TD 200 Operator Interface 6ES7 272-0AA20-8BA0...
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