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SINUMERIK
SINUMERIK 840D sl
Operator panel front: OP 012
Manual
Valid for:
Control system
SINUMERIK 840D sl/840DE sl
09/2016
A5E36371591B
General information and
networking
Description
Operator control and display
elements
Interfaces
Installation
Technical data
Spare parts
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  • Page 1 General information and networking Description Operator control and display SINUMERIK elements Interfaces SINUMERIK 840D sl Operator panel front: OP 012 Installation Technical data Manual Spare parts Valid for: Control system SINUMERIK 840D sl/840DE sl 09/2016 A5E36371591B...
  • Page 2 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents General information and networking......................5 Fundamental safety instructions....................5 1.1.1 General safety instructions.......................5 1.1.2 Handling electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD)................8 1.1.3 Industrial security........................8 1.1.4 Residual risks of power drive systems...................10 Application planning.......................11 1.2.1 Secondary electrical conditions....................11 1.2.1.1 Power supply..........................11 1.2.1.2 Grounding concept.........................12 1.2.1.3 EMC compatibility........................12...
  • Page 4 Table of contents 1.4.4 Service and diagnostics......................87 1.4.4.1 Booting of the TCU .......................87 Description..............................89 Operator control and display elements.......................91 View............................91 Keyboard..........................92 Screen saver..........................93 Touchpad mouse........................94 Interfaces..............................95 Installation..............................97 Preparation for mounting......................97 Assembling an OP 012 and a PCU..................98 Mounting on the mounting wall....................101 Softkey labeling........................102 Technical data............................103 Spare parts...............................105...
  • Page 5: General Information And Networking

    General information and networking Fundamental safety instructions 1.1.1 General safety instructions DANGER Danger to life due to live parts and other energy sources Death or serious injury can result when live parts are touched. ● Only work on electrical devices when you are qualified for this job. ●...
  • Page 6: Technical Data

    General information and networking 1.1 Fundamental safety instructions WARNING Danger to life when live parts are touched on damaged devices Improper handling of devices can cause damage. For damaged devices, hazardous voltages can be present at the enclosure or at exposed components;...
  • Page 7 General information and networking 1.1 Fundamental safety instructions WARNING Danger to life through unexpected movement of machines when using mobile wireless devices or mobile phones Using mobile wireless devices or mobile phones with a transmit power > 1 W closer than approx.
  • Page 8: Handling Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (esd)

    Siemens recommends strongly that you regularly check for product updates. For the secure operation of Siemens products and solutions, it is necessary to take suitable preventive action (e.g. cell protection concept) and integrate each component into a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept.
  • Page 9: Installation

    ● Keep the software up to date. You will find relevant information and newsletters at this address (http:// support.automation.siemens.com). ● Incorporate the automation and drive components into a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept for the installation or machine. You will find further information at this address (http://www.siemens.com/...
  • Page 10: Residual Risks Of Power Drive Systems

    General information and networking 1.1 Fundamental safety instructions 1.1.4 Residual risks of power drive systems When assessing the machine- or system-related risk in accordance with the respective local regulations (e.g., EC Machinery Directive), the machine manufacturer or system installer must take into account the following residual risks emanating from the control and drive components of a drive system: 1.
  • Page 11: Application Planning

    General information and networking 1.2 Application planning Application planning 1.2.1 Secondary electrical conditions 1.2.1.1 Power supply Requirements for DC power supplies DANGER Danger of death caused by unsafe power supply The DC power supply must be implemented as a circuit of Category PELV/DVC A according to EN 61800-5-1.
  • Page 12: Grounding Concept

    1.2.1.2 Grounding concept Components The SINUMERIK 840D sl system consists of a number of individual components which have been designed so that the system complies with the appropriate EMC and safety standards. The individual system components are: ● Numerical Control Unit (NCU) ●...
  • Page 13 90°), but must never be laid close or parallel to one another. ● Only use cables approved by SIEMENS for the signal lines from and to the Control Unit. ● Signal cables must not be routed close to strong external magnetic fields (e.g. motors and transformers).
  • Page 14: Ambient Climatic And Mechanical Conditions

    Ambient climatic and mechanical conditions 1.2.2.1 Transport and storage conditions The components of the SINUMERIK 840D sl system exceed the requirements according to EN 61800‑2 with regard to shipping and storage conditions. The following data applies under the following conditions: ●...
  • Page 15 ● Do not open a battery. Replace a faulty battery only with the same type. ● Obtain replacement batteries only from Siemens. ● Always try to return low batteries to the manufacturer or deliver these to a registered recycling company.
  • Page 16: Operating Conditions

    1.2 Application planning 1.2.2.2 Operating conditions The components of the SINUMERIK 840D sl system are intended for a weatherproof, fixed location. The documented environmental conditions apply to the climate in the immediate vicinity of the units and to the entry of the cooling air. They exceed the requirements according to EN 60204-1, EN 61800-2, EN 61131-2 and IEC 62477-1.
  • Page 17: Cooling

    General information and networking 1.2 Application planning Environmental conditions Application areas Remarks Biological, chemical and mechanical influences, pollutants Biological environmental conditions Class 3B1 according to EN 60 721-3-3: Mold, mold growth, slime, rodents, termite and other animal vermin are not permissible. Chemically active environmental conditions Class 3C1 according to EN 60721‑3‑3 Mechanically active environmental conditions...
  • Page 18 General information and networking 1.2 Application planning Figure 1-1 Means of heat dissipation Fan design ● The fan must be positioned to produce an optimum heat dissipation. A clearance of 10 mm must be maintained in front of the fan. ●...
  • Page 19 General information and networking 1.2 Application planning Guidelines If the convection area A [m ] does not suffice for the "heat dissipation using natural convection", then use: ● "Heat dissipation using natural convection and internal turbulence" for hot spots and heat concentrations in housings subject to space constraints.
  • Page 20: Standards And Approvals

    General information and networking 1.2 Application planning 1.2.3 Standards and approvals Approvals CE approval Figure 1-3 CE marking The operator panels and the safety-relevant accessories satisfy the requirements and protection objectives of the following EC directives. The operator panels and the safety- relevant accessories comply with the harmonized European standards (EN), promulgated in the Official Journals of the European Community: ●...
  • Page 21: Recycling And Disposal

    General information and networking 1.2 Application planning The safety function Enabling device for special mode control satisfies the following requirements: ● Category 4, PL e according to EN ISO 13849-1:2008 ● Requirements of EN 60204-1:2006, when complying with the safety instructions in the relevant chapters of this documentation Address: NSBIV AG, SIBE Switzerland, Brünigstrasse 18, CH-6005 Lucerne...
  • Page 22: Connecting

    General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Connecting 1.3.1 Pin assignment of the interfaces The pins of the component interfaces are assigned as specified in the tables below. Any deviations are indicated at the relevant point. Signal type: Input Output Bidirectional (inputs/outputs) Power supply Ground (reference potential) or N.C.
  • Page 23 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting USB interfaces The USB interfaces are implemented as sockets and comply with the generally valid standard. The version information (1.1, 2.0 etc.), the maximum velocity (low speed, full speed, etc.) and the socket type (A or B) are documented in the individual sections for the associated devices. In principle, USB interfaces have the following characteristics: ●...
  • Page 24 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting USB sticks that deviate from these requirements have not been tested can may not be recognized by the NCU. PROFIBUS DP / MPI interface Connector type: 9-pin sub-D socket Max. data transmission rate: 12 Mbit/s Max.
  • Page 25 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Table 1-8 Assignment of the PROFIBUS DP interface Connector Name Type Remark N.C. Not connected RS_DP RS-485 differential signal RTS_DP Request To Send M5EXT 5 V external ground P5EXT 5 V external potential N.C. Not connected XRS_DP RS-485 differential signal...
  • Page 26 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Table 1-10 Assignment of the Ethernet RJ45 interface 1000 Mbit/s Connector Name Type Remark Bidirectional pair A+ Bidirectional pair A- Bidirectional pair B+ Bidirectional pair C+ Bidirectional pair C- Bidirectional pair B- Bidirectional pair D+ Bidirectional pair D- Shield On connector housing...
  • Page 27 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting DVI-I interface Table 1-11 Assignment of DVI-I interface Connector Name Type Remark Ground Ground Green Blue HSYNC Horizontal synchronizing pulse Ground Ground TX2N TDMS data 2- TX2P TDMS data 2+ Ground N.C. Not connected N.C.
  • Page 28 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Table 1-12 Allocation of the I/O USB interface Connector Name Type Meaning Ground P12C +power supply for backlight inverter BL_ON Backlight On P5V_fused +5 V VCC (fused in PCU/TCU) Ground P3V3_fused +3.3 V VCC (fused in PCU/TCU) 7 - 10 N.C.
  • Page 29 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Table 1-13 Allocation of the LVDS display interface Connector Name Type Meaning P5V_D_fused +5 V display supply voltage (fused in PCU/ TCU) RXIN0- Bit 0 (-) LVDS input signal RXIN0+ Bit 0 (+) P3V3_D_fused +3.3 V display supply voltage (fused in PCU/ TCU) RXIN1-...
  • Page 30 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Rotary switch: Feed override X30 Connector designation: Connector type: 2 x 5-pin plug connector, according to EN 60603-13 with coding Max. cable length: 0.6 m Table 1-15 Assignment of X30 connector (on delivery) Name Type Meaning N.C.
  • Page 31 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Optional customer buttons IN (X51 / X52 / X55) Only switches (passive inputs) may be connected via the X51, X52 and X55 connectors. X51 and X52 are typically used for connecting illuminated pushbuttons. The lamps in the buttons are activated via X53 and X54.
  • Page 32 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Table 1-18 Assignment of connector X52 Name Type Meaning KT-IN4 Customer key 4 KT-IN5 Customer key 5 KT-IN6 Customer key 6 Ground Table 1-19 Assignment of connector X55 Name Type Meaning KT-IN7 Customer key 7 KT-IN8 Customer key 8 KT-IN9...
  • Page 33 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Connector designation: X53 / X54 Connector type: 4-pin plug connector Max. cable length: 0.6 m Table 1-20 Assignment of connector X53 Name Type Meaning KT-OUT1 Output 1 lamp KT-OUT2 Output 2 lamp KT-OUT3 Output 3 lamp Ground Table 1-21 Assignment of connector X54...
  • Page 34 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting Name Type Meaning N.C. Not connected N.C. Not connected N.C. Not connected N.C. Not connected Note The handwheels can either be operated with TTL or differential signals. You set the signal type using S1 (wire bridge) on the COM board. The handwheels are supplied with 5 V ±...
  • Page 35 General information and networking 1.3 Connecting 16 digital inputs (5 V) can be fetched via the X11 connector. Connector designation: Connector type: 20-pin plug connector Max. cable length: 0.85 m Table 1-23 Assignment of connector X11 Name Type Meaning Direct key 1 DT16 Direct key 16 + 5 V (fused)
  • Page 36: Handling Membrane Connectors

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking 1.3.2 Handling membrane connectors When replacing parts it can sometimes be necessary to disconnect membrane connectors from the boards and reconnect them again. This should be done as follows: Clamping frame of socket Figure 1-8 Removing (left) and attaching (right) a membrane connector Unplugging the membrane connector 1.
  • Page 37 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Introduction This manual describes the structure and commissioning of the system network with SINUMERIK solution line control and operator components with Ethernet-based communication. The fundamentals of the system network are described first, details and special cases are described in subsequent chapters.
  • Page 38: System Boot With System Network

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Connection to a company network Each NCU can be connected via X130, and each PCU can be connected via "Ethernet 1" to the company network. The company network is used to exchange operating software with servers or to execute part-programs directly from servers in the company network.
  • Page 39: Thin Client Unit (tcu)

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Using DNS name service Availability of the DNS (Domain Name System) name service offers the following advantages for system network administration: ● The name service enables easier configuration with names instead of IP addresses for management of operating units: All components in the system network can be addressed via a symbolic computer name.
  • Page 40: Factory Default Settings

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking The configuration and cabling of the whole plant system based on a permissible configuration is described in the chapter 'Network configurations". Supplementary conditions For operation of a TCU: ● In the system network, the number of active TCUs is limited: –...
  • Page 41 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Pre-configuration of the PCU A PCU has two Ethernet interfaces with default settings suitable for use with SINUMERIK solution line: Eth 1 is pre-selected as a default DHCP client for connection to a company network. Eth 2 is pre-selected as a SINUMERIK DHCP server for connection to a system network.
  • Page 42: Commissioning Tcu

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking IP address Network station Remark 192.168.214.1 NCU on X120 Default 192.168.214.2 – 9 For additional NCUs with a fixed IP address on Unassigned the system network 192.168.214.10 – 239 For additional TCUs, subsequently for additional DHCP clients PCUs, NCUs, MCPs, MPPs 192.168.214.240...
  • Page 43 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Softkey Key on OP External key‐ Description board Pos1 Moves the cursor to the top row Moves the cursor to the bottom row Exceptions to the above are mainly the result of input fields. Where these are present, the left/ right cursor keys move the input cursor rather than performing an OK/cancel function.
  • Page 44 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Figure 1-9 TCU menu: Main menu The main menu contains: ● A "Main menu" title followed by the TCU name in brackets ● A central area listing the servers from config.ini. This is followed by two more fixed items, "Select service session"...
  • Page 45: Using Additional Tcu Menus

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking "Details" softkey The following connection data for the selected device appears when the "Details" softkey is pressed: Figure 1-10 TCU menu: Connection data 1.4.2.2 Using additional TCU menus "Service sessions" dialog When "Select service session" is selected from the main menu, the resulting process begins by triggering a server scan: Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 46 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Figure 1-11 TCU menu: Scanning After this, the following dialog appears: Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 47 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Figure 1-12 TCU menu: Active sessions Central area with the server list: The individual server lines contain either "Show WHAT on NAME (IP)" or the IP address only where the name is unknown. Session number VNC server Session 0 Session 4...
  • Page 48 General information and networking 1.4 Networking precise details on the reason for the loss of function. With more favorable scenarios, the session name for the VNC server will also be specified along with its resolution. The connection and HMI status are monitored on a regular basis in the background. This may mean that these details change spontaneously if a change is made on the relevant server (for example, it may be switched off, the HMI may become available, etc.).
  • Page 49 General information and networking 1.4 Networking The following menu items are available here: ● "Show status" displays status information including the software version, HW information, TCU network data, and the contents of the config.ini. Figure 1-14 TCU menu: OP status ●...
  • Page 50 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Figure 1-15 TCU menu: Local logfile ● "Show logfile of remote devices" displays the logfile of the other devices in the network: The syslog messages of devices in the system network which send syslog messages by broadcast, such as NCU 7x0, ...
  • Page 51 General information and networking 1.4 Networking "Modify settings for operator panel (TCU)" dialog The following dialog appears when "Modify settings" is selected from the main menu: Figure 1-16 TCU menu: Settings The central area is for setting the TCU parameters: ●...
  • Page 52 General information and networking 1.4 Networking ● "Machine control panel address - MCP" (0-255) This specifies the address of the associated MCP. It matches the [Station] mcpIndex setting from config.ini. ● "Electronic key system index - EKS" (0-255)" This specifies the index of the associated EKS. It matches the [Station] eksIndex setting from config.ini.
  • Page 53 General information and networking 1.4 Networking If all the TCUs are active, the new one cannot be a replacement. The system will then automatically switch to the name assignment phase after a set period of time has elapsed. Figure 1-18 TCU menu: Name of TCU Replacing a device If "Replacement"...
  • Page 54 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Figure 1-19 TCU menu: Spare TCU Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 55: How To Register A Tcu On The System Network

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Assigning a name If, as described above, the system automatically follows the "New" path, an additional message will appear: "This operator panel (TCU) must be new, because there are no inactive panels." This message will not appear if "New" is selected manually. Figure 1-20 TCU menu: Name of TCU An available TCU name is suggested in the input field, although the user is able to change...
  • Page 56 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Sequence for a TCU Procedure: 1. Connect TCU. This opens the dialog "New operator panel (TCU)". 2. Select "New" to connect a new TCU and "OK" to confirm. 3. In the next dialog, accept the name suggested by the system or enter a name and confirm this with "OK".
  • Page 57 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Sequence for the HT 8 Procedure: 1. Connect HT 8 to a connection module and calibrate the touch screen. Additional softkeys are available for convenient touch panel operation: – "OK" has the same effect as the <INPUT> key –...
  • Page 58 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Specifying settings without machine control panel If a PCU or a TCU has no Machine Control Panel (MCP), you must set one of the two following options: ● MCP address = 0 or no entry After the change of user authorization, there is no switchover of the machine control panel;...
  • Page 59: How To Calibrate A Touch Panel

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking See also How to calibrate a touch panel (Page 59) 1.4.2.4 How to calibrate a touch panel NOTICE Service life of the touch screen Do not touch the operating elements of the display with pointed or hard objects. This may considerably reduce their service lives.
  • Page 60 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Recalibrate touch screen Procedure: 1. The key combination below can be used to initiate further TCU calibration during operation, if required: <F9> + <F10>. This corresponds to the key combination on an OP: Menu back key + <MENU SELECT>. 2.
  • Page 61: Connecting-up The Simatic Thin Client Touch Panel

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking 1.4.2.5 Connecting-up the SIMATIC Thin Client Touch Panel Registration in the system network The SIMATIC Thin Client Touch Panel behaves just like a TCU when connecting-up. When registering in "Operator Panel Service System" enter a name in the system network. After this, the device is available in the "Service Network Center"...
  • Page 62: This Is How You Configure The Simatic Thin Client Touch Panel

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Operating the Touch Panel To operate the Touch Panel, use the integrated keyboard: Figure 1-24 Virtual Keyboard The integrated keyboard is activated using the button to the far right on the start bar. See also How to register a TCU on the system network (Page 55) Using the TCU's main menu (Page 42) Reference...
  • Page 63 General information and networking 1.4 Networking ● The following buttons are important for operation as SINUMERIK operator panel: To configure the SIMATIC Thin Client, press the button "Settings". You therefore open the "Operator panel service system": To exit the SINUMERIK mode, press the button "Close". ●...
  • Page 64: Settings In The "config.ini" File

    FTP connection will be reopened. The config.ini file is created in the following directories: NCU: /user/common/tcu/<TCU name>/common/tcu/ PCU (Windows XP): F:\user_base\common\tcu\<TCU name>\common\tcu\ PCU (Windows 7): C:\ProgramData\Siemens\MotionControl\user\common \tcu\<TCU name>\common\tcu\ Configuration of the config.ini file The config.ini file has the following configuration: Parameter Range of values...
  • Page 65 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Parameter Range of values Default setting Meaning SessionNumber = Number Password = String 0 or 1 0: No displacement disable SuspendLock = Number 1: Displacement disable set 1 ... 10 1: Lowest priority SuspendPriority = Number 10: Highest priority Boot sequence: StartupPrio = Number...
  • Page 66: Settings In The "tcu.ini" File

    In the config.ini file comment lines are indicated by the # character preceding a line. 1.4.2.8 Settings in the "TCU.ini" file Directories The tcu.ini files is created in the following directories: NCU: /siemens/system/etc/tcu.ini /user/system/etc/tcu.ini /oem/system/etc/tcu.ini PCU (Windows XP): F:\addon_base\system\etc\tcu.ini F:\user_base\system\etc\tcu.ini F:\oem_base\system\etc\tcu.ini...
  • Page 67 General information and networking 1.4 Networking [VNCServer] # VETO MODE # VetoMode enabled: # VNC server notifies the HMI regie before another # panel gets the focus. # VetoMode disabled: # Focus timeout mode enabled (implicitly; see FOCUS TIMEOUT) # (0=DISABLE, 1=ENABLE) VetoMode=1 # FOCUS TIMEOUT # Guaranteed time period (in sec) a panel can hold the...
  • Page 68 General information and networking 1.4 Networking # At system runtime, the system resolution is automatically # adapted to the resolution of that panel which # currently owns the focus. # AdaptResolution disabled: # The system resolution is set at system startup phase. # At system runtime, system resolution remains unchanged # whichever resolution the currently focused panel owns.
  • Page 69 General information and networking 1.4 Networking PCUStartupTimeout = 90 # TCU STARTUP STEP TIME # The startup phase starts at the first TCU registration. # The startup phase is completed if the TCUStartupStepTime # period has passed and no registration of another TCU has # been carried out at this time.
  • Page 70 General information and networking 1.4 Networking # operable) ExternalViewerRequestTimeout=20 # EXTERNAL VIEWER REQUEST TIMEOUTMODE # The behaviour if request-timeout elapsed # ExternalViewerReqTimeoutMode=0 : dismiss request # ExternalViewerReqTimeoutMode=1 : accept request ExternalViewerReqTimeoutMode=1 # REMOTE ACCESS IP-ADDRESS # IP-V4-format X127RemoteAccessIP=192.168.215.29 # MODEM IP-ADDRESS # IP-V4-format X127ModemIP=192.168.215.30 # SERVICE HOST...
  • Page 71 General information and networking 1.4 Networking # PING SERVER PORT-NUMBER PingServerPort= # PING TRANSMISSION PERIOD # Period in minutes, in which transmission data will be sent PingTransmissionPeriod=2 # PING TRANSMISSION INTERVAL # Time interval in seconds between two pings PingTransmissionInterval=5 [externalTcu] # EXTERNAL TCU IP-ADDRESSES # List of accepted TCUs in IP-V4-format (index 1 to maximal 16)
  • Page 72: Displacement Mechanism For Tcus

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Prerequisite Note The "Operation without SINUMERIK OP" option is required when using more than 1 external VNC Viewer. Operator control without SINUMERIK OP If the "Operation without SINUMERIK OP" option is set, then a list of viewers that can be assigned in tcu.ini is handled by the system just like internal viewers (=TCU);...
  • Page 73 General information and networking 1.4 Networking 4 active TCU connected in parallel to NCU 720.3 PN, NCU 730.3 PN 4 active TCU connected in parallel to PCU To operate a machine with more operating stations then the maximum number the displacement mechanism ensures that only the permitted number of TCUs are active in shadowing grouping.
  • Page 74: Disable Switchover Between Tcu Via Plc

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking active operator unit then it takes on the active status itself, otherwise it transitions to passive status immediately after booting. 1.4.2.10 Disable switchover between TCU via PLC Overview The TCU switchover disable offers the option of dynamically disabling switchover from one TCU to the next when the system is running via the PLC.
  • Page 75 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Configuration The TCU index and machine control panel address (MCP address) are configured on the PCU. The TCU index is set in the "OP Properties" dialog of the "System Network Center" program. Operating principle If the TCU_SHIFT_LOCK bit is set for switchover disable, a user authorization request is not carried out independently of the mode set on the HMI for allocation of user authorizations (veto mode), i.e., a change of user authorization is rejected.
  • Page 76: Example: How To Select The Behavior Of The Tcus During Boot Up

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking ● With an m:n PCU switchover – the PCU is switched to another NCK and, therefore, to another PLC – the PCU takes on the switchover disable settings of that PLC. ● The m:n interlock options on the PLC side have priority over the TCU switchover disable, so that a set TCU switchover disable cannot prevent an m:n switchover.
  • Page 77: Network Configuration

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Services: Services: Services: X DHCP ✔ DHCP X DHCP ✔ TFTP X TFTP X TFTP ✔ FTP X FTP X FTP ✔ VNC ✔ VNC ✔ VNC Company network In this case, PCU_2 serves as the DHCP server which provides the IP addresses for the connected TCUs.
  • Page 78: Networks Without Connection To The Company Network

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Green connection Uncrossed Ethernet cable Gray connection Crossed Ethernet cable (crossover) 1.4.3.2 Networks without connection to the company network Configuration 1: NCU and TCU Description A direct Ethernet connection is used to connect a TCU to X120 of the NCU. NCU and TCU are suitably preconfigured with IP addresses.
  • Page 79 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Configuration 2: NCU and PCU with direct OP Description The NCU and PCU are connected via a crossed Ethernet cable. The NCU is the DHCP server with the IP address 192.168.214.1. For this Eth 2 configuration, the PCU is assigned a fixed IP address in the range 192.168.214.241 –...
  • Page 80: Networks With Ncu Connection To The Company Network

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking 1.4.3.3 Networks with NCU connection to the company network Configuration 3: NCU and TCU Description The TCU is connected to the NCU (directly) using a crossed Ethernet cable. On X130, the NCU is connected to a switch to the company network with a straight cable. As in configuration 1, there is a direct Ethernet connection between a TCU and X120 of the NCU.
  • Page 81 General information and networking 1.4 Networking If the company network offers a low level of administration (in the worst case scenario the network has only one DHCP server that assigns the addresses from a predefined address range) the NCU receives an IP address that is initially unknown. Configuration 4: NCU and PCU with direct OP Description The NCU and PCU are connected via a crossed Ethernet cable.
  • Page 82 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Configuration 5: PCU with TCU on NCU Description In this configuration, a switch is also required for the system network. All components are connected using straight Ethernet cables. In terms of address allocation and the settings that need to be made, this configuration is identical to that of configuration 4.
  • Page 83: Example: Configuring A Vnc Connection To A Pc

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking Connecting the programming device (PG) to the NCU Description For service purposes a programming device is connected to the NCU at X127 as a standard DHCP client (automatically obtain an IP address). An NCU is a standard DHCP server on X127.
  • Page 84 The config.ini file is located in the following directory: NCU: /user/common/tcu/<TCU name>/common/tcu PCU (Windows XP): F:\user_base\common\tcu\<TCU name>\common\tcu PCU (Windows 7): C:\ProgramData\Siemens\MotionControl\user\common \tcu\<TCU name>\common\tcu The config.ini file must be stored on the boot server (active DHCP). Example: Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 85: Application Example

    Parallel operation of HMI-Advanced or SINUMERIK Operate on the PCU 50.3 and SINUMERIK Operate as component of the CNC software on the SINUMERIK 840D sl NCU: Any OP connected to PCU 50.3 and any OP connected to the NCU can be simultaneously operated: in the example, OP 08T.
  • Page 86 Deactivate the DHCP server on the PCU: For this select the option "Boot support runtime and configuration only (TFTP/FTP)" on the "TCU support" tab of the "System Network Center" program. 2. SINUMERIK 840D sl from CNC software, version 2.4 and higher The systemconfiguration.ini configuration file is included on the SINUMERIK 840D sl product DVD.
  • Page 87: Service And Diagnostics

    General information and networking 1.4 Networking 1.4.4 Service and diagnostics 1.4.4.1 Booting of the TCU Messages when booting While the TCU is booting, progress is displayed after the BIOS has booted and before the operating system is loaded. In addition to messages, the current booting status is also indicated by a progress bar.
  • Page 88 General information and networking 1.4 Networking Calling up the diagnostics window with <1 / F1> V04.05.11.00 hin Client Boot loader Boot progress: V03.04.00.00 BIOS 08:06:00:F1:F7:F8 MAC address 7.7.0.0 Hardware ID 1000MB, full duplex Network link 192.168.214.1 IP address 255.255.255.0 Netmask 192.168.214.1 Boot server 98 bytes...
  • Page 89: Description

    Description The SINUMERIK OP 012 operator panel front and 12.1" TFT color display with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels (SVGA) features a 59-key membrane keyboard as well as 2 x (8 + 2) horizontal and 2 x 8 vertical softkeys. The 2 x 8 vertical softkeys can be used as direct keys. It is fixed from the rear using special clamps that are included in the delivery scope.
  • Page 90 Description Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 91: Operator Control And Display Elements

    Operator control and display elements View ① Alphabetic key group ② Numeric key group ③ Cursor key group ④ Control key group ⑤ Front USB interface ⑥ Touchpad mouse ⑦ Menu select key ⑧ Menu forward key ⑨ Horizontal softkeys ⑩...
  • Page 92: Keyboard

    Operator control and display elements 3.2 Keyboard Keyboard Keyboard Several keys and keypads are installed on the operator panel front: ● The alphabetic block contains the letters A - Z and the space character. ● The numeric block contains the digits 0 - 9, and the characters "-", "/", "=", "+" and ".". ●...
  • Page 93: Screen Saver

    Operator control and display elements 3.3 Screen saver Function corresponds to the Function corresponds to the PC key function PC key function Page down Delete Cursor up Insert Cursor left Enter Cursor right Cursor down 5 (in numeric key group) A, ..., Z <Shift>...
  • Page 94: Touchpad Mouse

    Operator control and display elements 3.4 Touchpad mouse Touchpad mouse Operation All of the mouse functions are based on 2-finger operation. The principle of operation of the OP 012 touchpad mouse is explained in the following table with reference to a classic 2-key mouse.
  • Page 95: Interfaces

    Interfaces Front USB 1.1 Full Speed (12 Mbit/s), high power (500 mA), Type A connector for connecting an external keyboard, mouse and USB flash drive (see View (Page 91)). Note Note that the electromagnetic compatibility of commercially available peripheral devices operated via the USB interface is usually rated for office use only.
  • Page 96 Interfaces ① I/O USB cable K1 ② Display cable K2 ③ Retainer for the connecting cable for the direct key module ④ Direct key interface X11 ⑤ Interface X12 (reserved) Figure 4-1 Connections on rear of housing: Connections to the PCU Pin assignment For more detailed information, see "General information and networking", Chapter: "Connecting".
  • Page 97: Installation

    Installation Preparation for mounting Table 5-1 Dimensions of the mounting opening Width (mm) Height (mm) Thanks to the tension jacks on the OP 012, drill-holes or screw holes are not needed. This retaining method also enables the IP65 degree of protection (but only in conjunction with a circumferential seal and when the protective USB cap is fitted).
  • Page 98: Assembling An Op 012 And A Pcu

    Installation 5.2 Assembling an OP 012 and a PCU Table 5-2 Dimensions to be observed when installing Mounting depth T3 + clear‐ Opening depth T5 Protrusion P ance (mm) (mm) (mm) PCU 50.5 101 + 10 TCU x0.2 50 + 10 Figure 5-2 Dimension sheet for attaching the PCU to the OP 012 operator panel front Assembling an OP 012 and a PCU...
  • Page 99 Installation 5.2 Assembling an OP 012 and a PCU Requirement The PCU must now be bolted to the mounting brackets prior to assembly (if this has not already been done). See Section in the “PCU 50.5” manual under “Assembly" → "Assembly of PCU and operator panel front (standard mounting)"...
  • Page 100 Installation 5.2 Assembling an OP 012 and a PCU ① I/O USB cable K1 ② Display cable K2 Figure 5-4 (A) Assembling PCU and OP 012 ① I/O / USB cable K1 ② Display cable K2 Figure 5-5 (B) Correct connection of I/O-USB and display cables to the PCU Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 101: Mounting On The Mounting Wall

    Installation 5.3 Mounting on the mounting wall ① Knurled screw Figure 5-6 (C) OP 012 and PCU after assembly Note The OP 012 and TCU assembly is similar to that for a PCU. Mounting on the mounting wall The clearance at the rear of the PCU/TCU must be at least 10 mm to ensure sufficient ventilation (see Figure 5-2 Dimension sheet for attaching the PCU to the OP 012 operator panel front (Page 98)).
  • Page 102: Softkey Labeling

    Overview (Page 105)). Note Use the "Arial" font to format text. This font is comparable to the "Univers S57" font, used by Siemens for the key labeling. Procedure 1. Letter the mat side of the film using a laser printer.
  • Page 103: Technical Data

    Technical data Safety Safety class III; PELV according to EN 50178 Degree of protection accord‐ Front side IP65 ing to EN 60529 Rear side IP00 Approvals CE / cULus Electrical data Power consumption typically approx. 5 W (without load at USB interface, maximum approx.
  • Page 104 Technical data Operator panel front: OP 012 Manual, 09/2016, A5E36371591B...
  • Page 105: Spare Parts

    Spare parts Overview The diagram shows the OP 012 operator panel front dismantled into its individual parts. Figure 7-1 Individual parts for the OP 012 operator panel front The components listed in the following table with an article number are available as spare parts. ①...
  • Page 106: Replacement

    Spare parts 7.2 Replacement Figure 7-2 Dimensions for slide-in labels Replacement NOTICE Risk of damage to sensitive components due to static electricity Spare parts must always be replaced by properly trained personnel! USB cap / tension jack The replacement of the USB sealing cap and tension jacks will not be described since it is simple and self-explanatory.
  • Page 107 Spare parts 7.2 Replacement Operator panel front When replacing the operator panel front, the previous USB interface, display and keyboard controller can continue to be used. They are therefore disassembled and reassembled after the appropriate component has been replaced. Note We recommend reusing the keypad controller to prevent any loss of the control parameters that have been programmed in.
  • Page 108 Spare parts 7.2 Replacement ① Touchpad mouse ② Front USB interface ③ Keyboard controller ④ Connection X1 for IO-USB cable K1 ⑤ Direct key connection X11 ⑥ Membrane connectors X7 and X8 for connecting the operator panel front keyboard. ⑦ Connection X12 (reserved) ⑧...
  • Page 109: Index

    Index Backup battery Factory default settings, 40 Connection conditions, 15 Faults when booting, 87 Boot server, 82 Film labels OP 012, 106 Front USB interface OP 012, 89, 91 Calibrate touch panel HT 8, 59 TCU, 60 Calibrate Touch Panel, 64 Heat dissipation CompactFlash Card, 40 Means of heat dissipation, 17...
  • Page 110 Index Main menu, 43 Settings, 55 Supplementary conditions, 40 Thin Client Unit, 39 OP 012 TCU diagnostics, 87 Dimension drawings, 97 TFT flat screen Dimensions, 103 OP 012, 89 Front USB interface, 89, 91 Individual parts, 105 Key symbols, 92 Keypads, 92 Power consumption, 103 User authorization, 39, 76...

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