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SIMATIC
SIMATIC
Process Control System PCS 7
Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7
Manual
01/2007
C79000-G8076-C710-04
Preface, Contents
Hardware structure
Installation of the software
Commissioning
Configuration
Interface module TPM 478-2
Migration rack II
Appendices
Technical Data
Abbreviations
Literature index
Glossary
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   Summary of Contents for Siemens SIMATIC PCS 7

  • Page 1 Preface, Contents Hardware structure SIMATIC SIMATIC Installation of the software Process Control System PCS 7 Commissioning Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 Configuration Manual Interface module TPM 478-2 Migration rack II Appendices Technical Data Abbreviations Literature index Glossary 01/2007 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 2 Trademarks SIMATIC®, SIMATIC HMI® and SIMATIC NET® are registered trademarks of SIEMENS AG. Third parties using for their own purposes any other names in this document which refer to trademarks Copyright W Siemens AG 2007 All rights reserved Disclaim of Liability might infringe upon the rights of the trademark owners.
  • Page 3: Preface

    This manual provides information on hardware components you can use to manual interconnect an existing TELEPERM M I/O installation and the process con- trol system SIMATIC PCS 7. A combination of corresponding tools and programs enables communication (Configuration and Operation) with the C&O system WinCC.
  • Page 4 Preface Further support Siemens offers you a number of training courses for the SIMATIC PCS7 automation system. For details, please contact your regional training center or our central training center in: 1. D-90327 Nuremberg, Germany, Phone 0911 / 895 3202 , Fax: 0911 / 895 3252 2.
  • Page 5 Phone: +49 (180) 5050-222 Local time: Mon.-Fri. 0:00 to 24:00 Fax: +49 (180) 5050-223 Phone: +49 (911) 895-7777 E-Mail: techsupport@ ad.siemens.de Fax: +49 (911) 895-7001 GMT: +1:00 GMT: +01:00 Europe / Africa (Nuremberg) America (Johnson City) Asia / Australia (Singapore)
  • Page 6 Service & Support on the Internet In addition to our documentation, we offer our Know-how online on the In- ternet under http://www.ad.siemens.de/support Here you will find: • Current product information leaflets, FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), Downloads, Tipps and Tricks. • A newsletter providing up-to-date information on our products.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preface ..............Contents .
  • Page 8: Contents

    Contents Interface module TPM 478-2 ..........Product overview .
  • Page 9 Hardware structure Contents This chapter provides brief information which gives you a quick overview of the TPM 478-2 interface module and migration carrier II. In Chapter you find on page Interface module TPM 478-2 Migration carrier II Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 10 Hardware structure Interface module TPM 478-2 General TPM 478-2 is an interface module with the M7-400 technological structure functions of the SIMATIC M7 product family. It represents an expansion unit for the central module FM 456-4, and it is used in the PCS7/TM PLC. The following functions are integrated in the TPM 478-2 interface module: •...
  • Page 11 Hardware structure Elements of All connection and display elements of the TPM 478-2 interface module are TPM 478-2 mounted on the front panel of the module, see Figure 1-2. LED displays I/O bus B connection I/O bus A connection I/O bus connection SV: 5 V-Bus Connecting cable...
  • Page 12 Hardware structure Information For additional information on the TPM 478-2 interface modules refer to Chapter 5 in this manual. Migration rack II General The migration rack II is a preassembled module rack with the dimensions of the panel-mount system ES 902 which is required for operating a PCS7/TM system in a TELEPERM M cabinet.
  • Page 13 Hardware structure Information Further information on Migration Rack II is found in Chapter 6 of this ma- nual. 478-2 SIMATIC PCS7 with TELEPERM M I/O Figure 1-3 Front view of migration rack II Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 14 Hardware structure Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 15: Installation Of The Software

    Installation of the software Overview In this Chapter you are shown how you can install the block library with the help of a setup routine. In this Chapter This chapter treats the following topics: In Chapter you find on Page Installing and uninstalling the block library Installation requi- Software operating requirements are:...
  • Page 16: Installing And Uninstalling The Block Library

    Installation of the software Installing and uninstalling the block library Overview The setup program of the included software installs the block library automa- tically. Installation is menu controlled. Call the setup program with the usual Windows 95 standard procedure for software installation. Setup installs the basic blocks for the PLC in the PCS 7 Basis Blocks library of the SIMATIC S7 catalog.
  • Page 17: Commissioning

    Commissioning In this Chapter In this Chapter you are shown how to • mount the modules on profile rails • commission a PCS7/TM. Contents This is found on the following pages: In Chapter you find on Page PCS7/TM in M7-400 installation technique Supply conception Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 18: Pcs7/tm In M7-400 Installation Technique

    Commissioning PCS7/TM in M7-400 installation technique Introduction A PCS7/TM PLC in M7-400 installation technique is mounted in the same way as a SIMATIC M7-400 PLC. Note Details on how to mount a SIMATIC M7-400 PLC are found in Manual /31/. M7-400 mounting Here a brief overview of the most important steps for mounting a PCS7/TM and installatio...
  • Page 19 Commissioning Removing connec- Remove the cover from the expansion connector on the TPM 478-2 interface tor/socket covers and the cover of the expansion socket on the central module FM 456-4. See Figure 3-1. TPM 478-2 FM 456-4 Expansion connector Expansion socket Figure 3-1 Positions of the expansion connector/socket with corresponding cover.
  • Page 20 Commissioning Interconnecting Place the central module FM 456-4 and the TPM 478-2 interface module on a modules plane surface and carefully plug them together. Engage the included connec- tion clamps on the upper and lower side of the modules. FM 456-4 TPM 478-2 plane surface Figure 3-2 Interconnecting the central module and interface module...
  • Page 21 Commissioning PS 405 Insert and screw-tighten the 24 VDC/24 VDC power supply module in the outer left slot (slot 1). Select your mains voltage with the selector switch on the power supply module. Inserting modules Insert the module group to the right side of the CPU (1) and swing it down (2).
  • Page 22 Commissioning Mains plug Insert the wired mains plug into the power supply module. PS 405/407 Front connector Wire and insert the preassembled front connector for the IF 961-DIO inter- IF 961-DIO face module according to your application. PROFIBUS Connect the PROFIBUS system. See Figure 3-4. connection PROFIBUS / Ethernet PCS7/TM installa-...
  • Page 23: Supply Conception

    Commissioning Supply conception Overview The PLC system draws its power from a 24 VDC or 230 VAC power supply. On startup (after power is returned or after a reset) the application is always loaded from buffered CPU memory module. The FM456-4 configuration is backed up on a Flash ROM Memory Card. The lithium cell in the PS buffers the date and time-of-day as well as data on the CPU’s memory module.
  • Page 24 Commissioning Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 25: Configuration

    Configuration In this Chapter This chapter provides information on how to configure TELEPERM M I/O peripherals. Contents This is found on the following pages: In Chapter you find on Page General Input of the configuration Menu sample for I/O configuration Extended module configuration Special features for the configuration of transparent communication modules...
  • Page 26: General

    Configuration General For information on configuration refer to the SIMATIC Manuals /8/, /31/, /106/, /230/, /231/, /232/, /233/, /234/, /235/, /280/, /282/, /350/, /701/, /702/ and /703/. See Appendix C. With a PCS7/TM PLC, the exchange of process values between the PLC and process I/O modules generally takes place via process image.
  • Page 27: Configuration Input

    Configuration Configuration input Data blocks from To begin with, data blocks DB1 and DB2 as well as data types UDT1 and the library UDT2 must be copied from the library to the current project: • call SIMATIC Manager • open the current project and library Pcs7_tm •...
  • Page 28 M7-ProC/C++ has not been installed, the system SW and all its components must be copied to Memory Card, using Windows Explorer: • select the catalog \Siemens\Step7\S7libs\Pcs7_tm\hrs\P0000002\ • copy the file TM_EA_S7.EXE to mc:\romdir • create a new catalog mc:\S7auto on Memory Card •...
  • Page 29: Example Of How To Use The Block Editor To Configure I/o

    Configuration Example of how to use the block editor to configure I/O The sample below shows the basic steps for configuration. The entries are verified on startup of the FM456-4. Possible inconsistencies are displayed and stored in the diagnostics buffer of FM456-4.
  • Page 30 Configuration In the “Name“ column you can see the slot number of the module to be con- figured. In the actual value column, enter the corresponding MLFB in the ”Module type” row and specify the processing cycle in the ”TPM478-proces- sing cycle”...
  • Page 31: Extended Module Configuration

    Configuration If you specifically assign all modules to the 100-ms cycle, cycle conflict is switched off, but the respective cycle might be overloaded in this operation. When you choose such an ”Overload configuration” (e.g. to obtain swift and conflict-free processing as far as possible), you must nevertheless take into account that the processing time for this cycle is increased accordingly.
  • Page 32 Configuration Configuring input Channel number This entry specifies the byte address for the modules NR0xxx.Kanal input area of the S5 module. S5-Module type Specifies the S5 module ID. NR0xxx.S5_Typ=’xy’ The entry x and y can be defined with the following values: x = DI Digital input modules x = AI...
  • Page 33: Special Features For The Configuration Of Transparent Connection Modules

    Configuration Special features for the configuration of transparent connection modules Take these special features into account when you configure transparent SI- MATIC connection modules (6DS1310, 6DS1321 and 6DS1327): • Modules 6DS1321-8AA and 6DS1327-8AA programmed directly with this MLFB use respectively 8 or 16 successive module numbers (MNO). Here you must configure a start MNO = n x 8 or n x 16 (or for the I/O bus these numbers + 100).
  • Page 34: Configuration Notes For The Coupling Modules 6ds1333, 6ds1318

    Configuration 4.5.1 Configuration Notes for the Coupling Modules 6DS1333, 6DS1318 Among the module operating manuals and the driver documentation for TM_S5KS/TM_S5KE, the notes described below are relevant for confi-gu- ring the coupling modules. A migration from AS230 / AS235 / AS488/TM to PCS 7/TM-EA is possible, if the links within the system configuration and its structure meets the follo- wing standard configuration: Standard configuration, quantified project scope:...
  • Page 35 Configuration – Protocol 3964(R) and RK512 procedure. The RK512 procedure is essential required. The 3964 or 3964R proto- col is open selectable. The X5/11-12 jumper has to be set like configu- red on the partner side [optional parameter for (R)]. S7 protocol parameter = ’Standard settings’.
  • Page 36: Configuring The Connection Modules 6ds1310-8aa/-8ab

    Configuration Configuring the connection modules 6DS1310-8AA/-8AB With 6DS1310, a separate module number must be configured for every in- put/output, that is, one MNO is configured only for input modules, the other only for output modules. For subordinate S5 modules on a 6DS1310 you should only configure DB2 for word access with DI2 or DQ2, in order to insure that all accesses to mo- dule 1310 end at an odd address.
  • Page 37: Substitute Configuration For 6ds1504-8aa / 6ds1505-8aa

    Configuration Substitute configuration for 6DS1504-8AA / 6DS1505-8AA 4.7.1 Rules for PCS7/TM The signals ”Enable Manual” (EM) and ”Enable Automatic” (EA) only exist once in 6DS1504-8AA and 6DS1505-8AA. It is therefore required to switch over in the same way in all drivers defined for a module. Otherwise, the function is not ensured.
  • Page 38 Configuration .S5_Typ=DA1; Only enter if operating EG driver type 0, 1 or 2 with CNO=4. .Kanal=5; Only enter if operating EG driver type 0, 1/KNR=5 or type 2/KNR=4. .S5_Typ=DA1; Only enter if operating EG driver type 0, 1/CNO=5 or type 2/CNO=4. Kanal=6;...
  • Page 39: Table Of Teleperm M Modules For Input At "module Type

    Configuration Table of TELEPERM M modules for input at ”Module type” Table 4-3 Input text for mo- Module function Comment dule type (i.a. = MLFB no.) 6DS1310-8AA Interface module AG110, serial 6DS1310-8AB Interface module AG110, serial 6DS1318-8AB S5 interface, EG, serial 4) 5) 6DS1321-8AA Interface FBG S5-EG, parallel...
  • Page 40 Configuration 6DS1605-8BA Binary output 16 Relays 6DS1607-8AB Count pulse input 8 PT 6DS1613-8AB-2 Dosing meter 2-channel operation 3) 5) 6DS1613-8AB-4 Dosing meter 4-channel operation 3) 5) 6DS1613-8BB-2 Dosing meter 2-channel operation 3) 5) 6DS1613-8BB-4 Dosing meter 4-channel operation 3) 5) Binary input 48 24 V/48 V (INT);...
  • Page 41: Fm456-4 Configuration

    Configuration FM456-4 configuration 4.9.1 Display elements of FM456-4 Table 4-4 LED’s STOP USR1 USR2 Meaning FM456 has stopped (flashing SD LED: Boot sequence) 2 Hz Restart / Startup FM has booted and system SW is running 2 Hz Startup sequence has started 2 Hz 2 Hz TPM478-2 not found or disrupted...
  • Page 42: Diagnostics

    Configuration 4.9.2 Diagnostics The precise cause of error can be read from the diagnostic buffer of FM456-4. It contains messages showing the event ID 16qA100 in the field ”Additional info 1” and an error number: Table 4-5 Additio- Meaning of the error messages Additional Additional nal info 1...
  • Page 43: Reaction Of The Output Modules In Stop Or Halt State

    Configuration 4.9.3 Reaction of the Output Modules in STOP or HALT State With transition from RUN state to STOP or HALT state of the CPU41x the values at the TELEPERM M output modules normally remain unchanged. This reaction can be changed by configuration. For that the following pseudo module has to be defined within DB1 of the FM456-4: STOP:NULL_TO_OUT...
  • Page 44: Mutual Monitoring Between Cpu And Tpm 478-2

    Configuration 4.9.5 Mutual Monitoring between CPU and TPM 478-2 With the following configuration of a pseudo module within the DB1 data block of the FM456-4 the mutual monitoring between CPU and TPM 478-2 can be switched on/off: Module type: TPM478:NO_WATCHD Cycle: n = 0 or n >...
  • Page 45 Interface module TPM 478-2 What does this This chapter describes system-specific functions of the interface module Chapter describe? TPM 478-2. This description includes the following topics: • Product overview • Areas of application • Structure • Operating method • Configuration •...
  • Page 46 Interface module TPM 478-2 Product overview Contents This chapter provides a brief overview of the interface module TPM 478-2. What is a TPM 478-2 is an interface module which is designed in M7-400 technology TPM 478-2? of the SIMATIC M7 product family. It is an expansion unit for the central module FM 456-4, for use with PCS7/TM PLCs.
  • Page 47: Interface Module Tpm 478-2

    Interface module TPM 478-2 Connecting The TPM 478-2 interface module connects existing TELEPERM M I/O hard- TELEPERM M I/O ware of the basic and expansion cabinet of an AS 220/230/235 system. Here, the basic central unit is replaced by a preinstalled module rack - na- mely the migration rack - equipped with a PCS7/TM (supplemented by TPM 478-2 and FM456-4 components).
  • Page 48 Interface module TPM 478-2 Elements of All connecting and display elements of the TPM 478-2 interface module are TPM 478-2 mounted on its front panel, see Figure 5-2. LED displays I/O bus B connection I/O bus A connection I/O bus connection SV: 5 V-Bus Connecting cable...
  • Page 49 Interface module TPM 478-2 Configuration, Various parameters are required to operata a TPM 478-2 module. For stan- general dard TELEPERM-M I/O, these parameters describe the current hardware configuration for the automation task. I/O configuration parameters are declared in data blocks DB1 and DB2 of the FM456-4, using the data block editor.
  • Page 50: Fields Of Application

    Interface module TPM 478-2 Fields of application Automation task The brief overview below describes the solutions required of the TPM 478-2 module. The module is optional to the PCS7/TM PLC and offers the following solutions: • Connection of TELEPERM M I/O hardware (via TPM 478-2 and migration rack).
  • Page 51 Interface module TPM 478-2 • backplane bus interface for the supply of the +5 V bus from the PLC’s power supply module • future-oriented hardware and software basis with the SIMATIC M7 and S7 product family – integrated installation technology S7-400 –...
  • Page 52: Configuration

    Interface module TPM 478-2 Configuration Configuration, The TPM 478-2 module represents an FM 456-4 interface module which pro- general vides options for connecting TELEPERM M I/O (see Figure 5-3). TPM 478-2 is interconnected to FM 456-4 via ISA bus connector, mounted on the side of the module.
  • Page 53: Configuration Of The Pcs7/tm With Teleperm M I/o

    Interface module TPM 478-2 5.3.1 Configuration of the PCS7/TM with TELEPERM M I/O TPM 478-2 in Figure 5-4 below shows you the configuration of the TPM 478-2 interface PCS7/TM module in the PCS7/TM: Special measures are required when routing cables from the TPM 478-2 to I/O bus A and B.
  • Page 54 Interface module TPM 478-2 Note You install, wire and fuse the PCS7/TM by yourself. We provide the migra- tion rack (refer to the section below) for easy installation and use of the mo- dules. Details on PCS7/TM and migration racks, as well as connectable hardware I/O modules are found in descriptions /2/ and /4/.
  • Page 55: Operating Method

    Interface module TPM 478-2 Operating method Function, The task of a TPM 478-2 interface module is to integrate the functions of general existing TELEPERM M I/O into a PCS7/TM. Below we shall explain the general functions of the interface module. Function of Figure 5-6 shows a reduced block diagram of the TPM 478-2 interface mo- TPM 478-2...
  • Page 56 Interface module TPM 478-2 Interface to the ISA The interface establishes the interconnection between the ISA bus and FM bus/backplane bus 456-4, independent of the backplane bus. It contains the interface for data transfer. The interface logic controls access to the RAM address area of FM 456-4. This interface handles all data accesses as well as the TPM 478-2 parameters.
  • Page 57 Interface module TPM 478-2 Power supply to The interface module draws a 5-V power supply from the system’s backplane I/O bus A and B bus and distributes it at two points to the expansion units of the respective TELEPERM M I/O bus A and B. Parameter assign- TPM 478-2 is addressed and assigned its parameters automatically on system ment...
  • Page 58: Implementation Of Teleperm M I/o In Pcs7/tm

    Interface module TPM 478-2 5.4.1 Implementation of TELEPERM M I/O in PCS7/TM Function of The TPM 478-2 interface module allows you to connect TELEPERM M TPM 478-2 I/O to a PCS7/TM. The general function is shown in Figure 5-9. Startup behavior The TPM478-2 module periodically generates a process image of its connec- of TELEPERM M ted TELEPERM M I/O.
  • Page 59 Interface module TPM 478-2 TPM 478-2: At every startup of PCS7/TM, the TPM 478-2 software performs an initiali- Diagnostics of zation and self-test routine. I/O communication LEDs 6-10 on the TPM 478-2 front panel provide information on operation and startup behavior of I/O communication, thus enabling quick diagnostics if an error occurs.
  • Page 60 Interface module TPM 478-2 Startup of the I/O The RUN LED indicates successful startup. The I/O bus system operates in bus system cyclic mode, that is, the process image is updated periodically. Meaning of status Table 5-3 describes the status and error displays relevant to I/O response. and error displays/ They are listed in the order of their arrangement on the TPM 478-2 interface diagnostics:...
  • Page 61: Configuration

    Interface module TPM 478-2 Configuration As TPM 478-2 is configured by the PCS7/TM system, a special configuration of this module is not required. TPM 478-2 is configured automatically at system startup. The Object Manager (OM) included in the TPM 478-2 module package must be installed on the PCS7 system prior to initial commissioning.
  • Page 62: I/o Modules

    Interface module TPM 478-2 I/O modules Table 5-4 lists all TELEPERM M I/O modules you can operate in a TELEPERM M expansion unit or in an ES 100 K expansion system on PCS7/TM. Table 5-4 Available TELEPERM M I/O modules Designation MLFB Compatible, approved...
  • Page 63 Interface module TPM 478-2 Table 5-4 Available TELEPERM M I/O modules Designation MLFB Compatible, approved versions Signal modules/AE 8 AE, galvanically separated 6DS1700-8BA ...-8AA;...-8AB;...-8BB; 6DS1701-8AA;...-8AB 8 AE, not galvanically separated 6DS1730-8AA 4 AE 6DS1731-8AA ...-8RR 4 AE, + 6DS1731-8BA ...-8RR 4 EEPROM 6DS1731-8EA ...-8RR...
  • Page 64: Note On Orders

    Interface module TPM 478-2 Note on orders Order number The order number for the TPM 478-2 module is found in table 5-5, e.g. for ordering spare parts. Table 5-5 Order number Product Description Order No. TPM 478-2 Interface module TPM 478-2 6ES7478-2DA10-0AC0 Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 5-20...
  • Page 65 Migration rack II What dows this This chapter provides information on migration rack II and its use on Chapter describe? PCS7/TM. Contents This is found on the following pages: In Chapter you find on Page Product overview Wiring I/O bus system Connector pin-out 6-10 Operating conditions...
  • Page 66: Migration Rack Ii

    Migration rack II Product overview 6.1.1 Use of the migration rack on PCS7/TM What is Migration rack II is a preassembled module rack equipped with an integra- migration rack II? ted SIMATIC S7/M7-400 backplane bus, with the dimensions of the panel- mount system ES 902.
  • Page 67 Migration rack II 478-2 SIMATIC PCS7 with TELEPERM M E/A Figure 6-1 Front view of Migration Rack II (without wiring) Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 68 Migration rack II Migration rack II Figure 6-2 Rear view of migration rack II Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 69: Wiring

    Migration rack II Wiring 6.2.1 Supply and signals Power supply, The power supply L+ and M24 from the W row is screw - terminated on the chassis ground 1L+ and M24 screw terminals. The second 1L+ is wired to the two fuses (16 A and 4 A).
  • Page 70: Grounding

    Migration rack II 6.2.2 Grounding Grounding For the operation of a PCS7/TM in the migration rack with TELEPERM M conception, I/O modules, the TELEPERM M Installation Guidelines in the Manual referencing “TELEPERM M, Notes and Guidelines on Planning, Installation and Opera- tion”, Order No.
  • Page 71: I/o Bus System

    Migration rack II I/O bus system 6.3.1 Configuration of the I/O bus system I/O bus A and B Connection and termination of the 50-pole ribbon cables can vary, depending on requirements. Version 1: Bus A with 5 slots Version 2: Bus A with 3 and bus B with 2 slots Version 3: Bus A with 2 and Bus B with 3 slots Version 4: Bus B with 5 slots Of importance are only versions 1 and 2.
  • Page 72: Configuration Of The I/o Slots

    Migration rack II 6.3.2 Configuration of the I/O slots Terminating resis- The I/O slots are separated electrically and, with regard to signals, in a 3 : 2 tors ratio. This is why they can be configured separately. This includes the speci- fication of position numbers as well as activation of pull-up resistors for stand-slone applications.
  • Page 73 Migration rack II Slot addresses Two jumpers are available on every bus for setting the slot addresses for ope- ration with TELEPERM-ME modules. The table below shows the respective slot addresses. These jumpers can also access from the front. Bus A / Bus B Position address Slot address SL 1...
  • Page 74: Connector Pin-out

    Migration rack II Connector pin-out 6.4.1 Pin-out 64-pole G-connector, all slots 6.4.2 Pin-out X30, 25-pole Sub-D connector, process control signals Signal Meaning Signal Meaning free AM 3 Watchdog trigger AM 2 AM 1 = 24 VDC for DO 4...DO 7 = M24 for DO 4...DO 7 Reserve message output Message output for horn...
  • Page 75: Migration Rack Connector Panel

    Migration rack II 6.4.3 Migration rack connector panel Figure 6-4 Migration rack connector panel Signals on X31 ... X33, X35 ... X37: see section 4.2 Note Connections X33-M24 and X37-M24 are general purpose outputs. Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 6-11 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 76: Rear View Of The Bus Pcb

    Migration rack II 6.4.4 Rear view of the bus PCB F1 + F2 5V , 0V L+ to from SES from SES 16A /4A from TBX M7 PS PM from M24 to F 4A M7 PS Figure 6-5 Rear view of the bus PCB Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 6-12 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 77: Front View Of The Bus Pcb

    Migration rack II 6.4.5 Front view of the bus PCB BGNR BGNR BGNR BGNR BGNR = 13 = 14 = 15 = 130 = 131 Default TM bridge setting for I/O bus A and B Figure 6-6 Front view of the bus PCB Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 6-13 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 78: Operating Conditions

    Migration rack II Operating conditions PCS7/TM with You can use all TELEPERM I/O modules listed in ”Supplementary System TELEPERM M I/O: Documentation AS 388/TM and AS 488/TM”, Order No. C79000-G8076-C700, Catalog PLT 112 and those published on the Intranet/ Internet TELEPERM M site. Special notes: Expansion units Migration rack II, together with TPM 478-2, is approved for operation with...
  • Page 79: Technical Data

    Technical Data In this Appendix A treats the following topics: Appendix A In Chapter you find on Page Technical data of the TPM 478-2 interface module Connector and socket pin-out of TPM 478-2 Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 80: Technical Data Of The Tpm 478-2 Interface Module

    Technical Data Technical data of the TPM 478-2 interface module Logic characteri- Circuit structure: stics data • Microprocessors – I/O processor: 80C186 Memory: • RAM: 32 Kbytes • FEPROM: 256 Kbytes Interfaces: • ISA bus – parallel – 16-bit data bus –...
  • Page 81 Technical Data Ambient Ambient conditions: conditions • Temperature range: 0 to +60 °C • Storage temperature: -40 to +85 °C. Type of protection: IP 20 to IEC 536 Standards The module conforms to following guidelines, amongst others: • CE • UL/CSA •...
  • Page 82: Tpm 478-2 Connector And Socket Pin-out

    Technical Data TPM 478-2 connector and socket pin-out Pin-out The left side of the TPM 478-2 module front panel is equipped with a 50-pole Sub-D socket for connecting the I/O bus cable. I/O bus A and B are connected respectively to the two 50-pole Sub-D sockets in the right section. Refer to Table A-1 to A-3 for details on pin-out.
  • Page 83 Technical Data Table A-1 Pin-out of the 50-pole-Sub-D socket at the left side of TPM 478-2, for connecting the I/O bus Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í I/O bus Í...
  • Page 84 Technical Data Table A-2 Pin-out 50-pole-Sub-D socket at the right side of TPM 478-2, for con- necting I/O Bus A Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í I/O bus A Í...
  • Page 85 Technical Data Table A-3 Pin-out 50-pole-Sub-D socket at the right side of TPM 478-2, for con- necting I/O Bus B Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Í I/O bus B Í...
  • Page 86 Technical Data Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 87: B Abbreviations

    Abbreviations User program Automation system Instruction list O&M Operating and monitoring Module error Module number Module Continuous Function Chart Communication processor (bus interface module) Central Processing Unit (central module) Data block EANK 1–of–N–Check (Double addressing of modules on the TM I/O bus) Input/Output TELEPERM M expansion unit Enable input...
  • Page 88 Abbreviations ES 100 K Expansion system for TELEPERM M PLCs Function block Function Call (Function) Function module (Module) Commissioning International Electronical Commission Process Control Message Multi Point Interface Channel number Organization block Operator Station Output process image Input process image Personal Computer PCS 7 Process Control System 7...
  • Page 89 ACKD Acknowledgement delay Structured Control Language System function block System function call (system function) SINEC Siemens Network Architecture Programmable Logic Controller STEP 7 Software development environment for SIMATIC S7 / M7 System Status List SIMATIC Line 5 SIMATIC Line 7 Test and Commissioning.
  • Page 90 Abbreviations Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 C79000-G8076-C710-04...
  • Page 91: Literature List

    Literature List You can order the following manuals and instructions from your Siemens partner: Num- Title Order Order Nr. from Description: TELEPERM M C79000-G8076-C710 TPM 478-2 Interface Modules Reg. 5 Reference Manual: C79000-G7076-C411 Automation System SIMATIC S7-400, M7-400 Part of...
  • Page 92 Literature List Num- Title Order Order Nr. from /232/ Manual: SIMATIC C79000-G7076-C505 Statement List (STL) for S7-300 and S7-400, Programming /233/ Manual: SIMATIC C79000-G7076-C504 Ladder Logic (LAD) for S7-300 and S7-400 Programming /234/ Programming Manual: C79000-G7076-C506 SIMATIC Part of System Software for S7-300 and S7-400 Program Design 6ES7810-4CA02-8BA0 /235/ Reference Manual:...
  • Page 93: Glossary

    Glossary ISA bus Industry Standard Architecture Bus. Standard bus for AT compatible Personal Computers. Memory Card The plug-in Memory Card can be used to store the complete software, or parts thereof, of a CPU of function module, as well as static data. M7-400 M7-400 is an AT-compatible automation computer of the SIMATIC product family.
  • Page 94 Glossar TPM 478-2 The TPM 478-2 interface module is used to interconnect the TELEPERM M I/O bus. Connecting TM I/O to PCS 7 Glossary-2 C79000-G8076-C710-04...

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