Expanding the Operator Interface Online Help SINUMERIK 840D sl/840D/840Di/810D Starting Up HMI Embedded Commissioning CNC Part 2 (HMI) Starting Up HMI Advanced Creating Foreign Commissioning Manual Language Texts with Windows 2000/XP 08/2005 Edition...
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• To inform the machine manufacturer / end user of the various ways of expanding the standard help system. • The instructions explain how the HMI user interface provided by Siemens / the machine manufacturer, can be modified easily by the machine manufacturer / end user to meet their specific requirements.
• Directly noted cycle calls • Siemens cycle calls • User cycle calls. For Siemens cycles, the required configuration files are included in the scope of supply. For screen forms generated with the Expand user interface function for the purpose of supporting user cycles, the information in the screen form descriptive files can be used for this process.
Hotkeys 1 – 8 are assigned to the keys of the Ops (refer to 5.1.1 OP hotkeys). Hotkeys 9 –49 are reserved for Siemens. PLC-specific keys from 50 - 254 are also available. These keys are not actual hotkeys, but are used for selecting screen forms via the PLC (virtual keys).
In the PLC interface area DB19. Byte10 is provided for key selection. Here, the PLC can select one key between 50 and 254 directly. (Keys 1 to 49 are reserved for Siemens, keys 50-254 are specific PLC keys.) Note In M:N mode, the area for the 2nd HMI interface is DB19.Byte60;...
/Instruction text/Descriptive text Note 1. With reference to the individual text files, first the Siemens and then the machine manufacturer and last the final user general category are displayed. 2. The order specified above appears only if the categories are defined first, followed by the instruction declarations in the text file.
Category ID User 0...49 Siemens 50...99 Machine manufacturer 100 and over End user The following category IDs are provided in the Siemens text file as standard: Table 1-3 Pre-assigned category IDs Categ. Categ. Category name Category name Preparatory Functions Program Handling...
Signal cables and load cables must be routed at the greatest possible distance from one another. • Only cables supplied by SIEMENS may be used as signal cables to and from the NCU and PLC. • Signal cables must not be laid in the close vicinity of strong magnetic fields (e.g., motors and transformers).
Starting Up HMI Embedded (IM2) 4 Functions/Parameterization 4.1 Access protection using password and keylock switch Access levels for enabling data areas are implemented in the SINUMERIK 840D sl. These are subdivided into: • 4 password levels for Siemens, machine manufacturer and end user.
PLC alarm texts and messages, are to be inserted. With Sinumerik 840D sl, all alarm text files are stored in the CompactFlash card's file system. The file system is subdivided into the directories (subtrees) "siemens", "addon", "oem", and "user".
There are two ways to create or edit alarm text files. 1. You can copy the default files on the CompactFlash card from the "siemens" area, edit them as required and store them in your own "oem" or "user" areas.
To store the data to the CompactFlash card you need the license enable for the additional 256 MB HMI user memory. NC/ PLC The entire data backup with the SINUMERIK 840D sl is divided into 1. Data backup for NCK 2. Data backup for PLC 3.
End user "DH\CST.DIR\USER_GR.COM" (any file name) (Also entered via "Settings") Important The path for the Siemens text file “DH\CST.DIR\IFS_GR.COM“ must exist; if not, an error message is output accordingly. The entry for Siemens is specified in conjunction with ISO language as: SiemensI=file where file equals ifit_xx.com for turning or...
;TC_DPV4= ; 1=+Y; -1=-Y ;TC_DPV5= ; 1=+Z; -1=-Z ; default tool data sets reserved by SIEMENS AG for later use ; default data sets are recognized by non digit values ; examples ; ; number corresponding to tool type, roughing tool ;insert_length=...
$MN_MM_TYPE_CC_TOA_PARAM=4 ; Data type Float for TC_DPC1 3. Set up SimToGeo.ini: Define link entry for Siemens or User OEM parameter and expand geometrical data. This is done using the OEM variable ($TC_DPCS1/$TC_DPC1). The value of this variable determines the geometrical block that is used.