Preface, Contents Product Overview Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII SIMATIC Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII PG 760 PII PG 760 PII Expansions Programming Device Configuring the PG 760 PII Error Diagnostics Manual Hardware Information Appendices ESD Guidelines Glossary, Index C79000-G7076-C766-01...
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Preface What this Manual This manual contains all the information you need for working with the is About PG 760 PII programming device. You can use it to: Unpack the programming device and power it up. Familiarize yourself with the functions and settings of the various components (display, keyboard, programming facilities etc.).
Queries If you have any questions concerning subjects not covered in the manual, simply get in touch with the Siemens representative in your area. The addresses for the maintenance and repair centers and the SIMATIC hotline can be found in the Product Information Bulletin.
Product Overview Application The PG 760 PII programming device is a high performance device designed specifically for an automation environment. Its performance and equipment make it a unit particularly suitable for programming/configuring with SIMATIC S5 and SIMATIC S7 programmable controllers in the office. Hardware and You can use the PG 760 PII programming device to program SIMATIC S5, Software...
Product Overview Advantages of the Compared with a standard PC, the PG 760 PII programming device of the PG 760 PII SIMATIC family has numerous advantages: You can develop, debug and document user programs for SIMATIC S5 and SIMATIC S7 programmable logic controllers with the PG 760 PII without the need for specific additional hardware or software.
Product Overview The BIOS has been expanded to include the following functions: – Bootable CD-ROM – PCI interrupt rooting – Reserving of ISA interrupts – The area from 15 to 16 Mbytes can be reserved for the ISA memory (memory gap) The mother board has been greatly improved: –...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII What Does this This chapter describes how to install your PG 760 PII. It provides you with Chapter Contain? comprehensive information on the major components of the PG 760 PII, such Drives, Keyboard, and Programming facilities.
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Setup and Hardware Components of the PG 760 PII Unpacking Your Unpack your PG 760 PII as follows: PG 760 PII 1. Remove the packing. 2. Do not throw the original packing away. Keep it in case you have to ship or transport the unit again at some time in the future.
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Components of the PG 760 PII Front Side All the important operator controls are accessible from the front of the PG 760 PII. Ventilator Power supply connector socket (out) Power supply connector socket (in) On/Off Switch Mains voltage...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Rear Panel On the rear side of the PG 760 PII are the connectors for the power supply (Connections) and interfaces for connection to external devices. Ports and Summary of the ports and connectors on the rear panel of the housing: Connectors Ports and Connectors Function...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Keyboard Keyboard Layout The keyboard is divided into the following areas: Function keys Alphanumeric keyboard Cursor control keys Numeric keypad PG 760 Print Scroll Pause Help SysRq Break Scroll @ ” ^ & &...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Keyboard Labeling The keyboard has an international/German labeling system. International German Shift Together with the ß Unshift ALT Gr key Figure 2-4 The Keyboard Labeling System Special Keys The special keys in the alphanumeric keyboard have the following functions: Function Backspace Key This key moves the cursor one space to the left and deletes the...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Function CTRL Key (combination key) Ctrl This key is only used in combination with other keys. For example, you press CTRL + ALT + Del to reset and restart the operating system. For other uses of this key, please refer to the user manual of the relevant application program.
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Cursor Keys The keypad shown below is used for cursor control. Mover cursor to start of file Home Insert Insert Page Page back Delete Page Delete Page forward Move cursor to end of file Move cursor up Move cursor right Move cursor left...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Displays The displays for the NUM LOCK, CAPS LOCK and SCROLL LOCK keys are located at the top right of the keyboard, and indicate the current status of these keys. Drives Disk Drive Cover The disk drives of your PG 760 PII are protected against dirt penetration by a sliding cover.
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Types of Diskette You can use the following diskettes: Double-Sided High-Density Diskette Double-Sided Double-Density Diskette 3.5 inch 3.5 inch 1.44 Mbytes (135 TPI) 720 Kbytes 80 tracks per side 80 tracks per side The PG recognizes disks by their coding The PG recognizes disks by their coding Handling Diskettes...
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Hard Disk Drive You can use a number of different hard disk drives in your PG 760 PII. The memory capacity of the hard disk can be found in the Product Information Bulletin and BIOS SETUP program.
Unpacking and Setting Up the PG 760 PII Transport Carrying the Despite the robust design of the PG 760 PII, its internal components are PG 760 PII sensitive to severe vibrations or jolts. When moving the PG 760 PII, you must therefore make sure that it is protected from severe mechanical forces.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII What Does This This chapter describes what you have to do to set up your PG 760 PII Chapter Contain? correctly for operation. This includes: The basic steps for starting up your PG 760 PII, Working with memory cards for the programmable controllers, and Connecting your PG 760 PII to other devices.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Connecting the PG 760 PII to the Power Supply Connecting to the The PG 760 PII can be operated at 120 V or 240 V. Voltage selection is Power Supply carried out via the mains voltage selector. Caution Risk of damage to the unit! Operating the PG 760 PII with the incorrect mains voltage can damage the...
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Connecting the Proceed as follows: Power Cable 1. Check that the correct voltage has been selected. 2. Plug the supplied power cable into the power supply connector. 3. Connect the unit to a socket outlet with a grounded protective conductor. Note The power plug must be disconnected to isolate the unit completely from the supply.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Connecting I/O Devices Connecting a PS/2 Connect the keyboard as follows: Keyboard 1. Switch off your PG 760 PII. 2. Plug in the PS/2 keyboard connector. Using a Mouse You can connect both a PS/2 and a serial mouse to the PG 760 PII. When the PG 760 PII is supplied, the mouse driver for the PS/2 mouse is already loaded.
You can connect external multisynchronous monitors using the standard Monitors VGA connector on the rear panel of the unit. We recommend that you use Siemens monitors. Connecting You must switch off the PG 760 PII before connecting the monitor cable. You Monitors will find further information about the connector pinout in Chapter 7.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Recommended Siemens printers with a parallel interface and IBM character set are Printers recommended for use with the PG 760 PII programming device. Connecting the To connect your printer, proceed as follows: Printer to the 1.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Working with SIMATIC Memory Cards Working with SIMATIC memory cards can be read, programmed and erased using the SIMATIC Memory 68-pin connector. Cards Orientation point SIMATIC Memory Cards Figure 3-5 SIMATIC Memory Card Port Proceed as follows when working with SIMATIC memory cards: 1.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII PG 760 PII Connections (Point-to-Point Connections) Point-to-Point In this section, you will learn how to connect your PG 760 PII to a Connection programming device or programmable controller using a point-to-point connection. You can establish a point-to-point connection by connecting the PG 760 PII to another programming device or a programmable controller via: A V.24 connection.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Connecting the If you want to connect your PG 760 PII to another programming device, you PG 760 PII to Other can plug the appropriate connecting cable into the V.24 or TTY interface Programming port.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Connecting the You can connect the PG 760 PII to a SIMATIC S5 programmable controller PG 760 PII to S5 via the COM1/TTY interface port. The cable for establishing the connection Programmable to the SIMATIC S5 CPUs is included with the PG 760 PII. Controllers (Order No.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Connecting the The connecting cable 6ES5 734-2BD20 is supplied with the PG 760 PII. An PG 760 PII via an adapter is available for connecting the programmable controller using older Adapter standard cables. Interface Link Connecting Cable...
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII Multipoint Interface (MPI/DP) Connecting an S7 You can connect your PG 760 PII to a SIMATIC S7 programmable logic Programmable controller using the CP5611-compatible floating MPI/DP interface. The MPI Controller via the cable (5 m long) for connection to SIMATIC S7 CPUs is supplied with the MPI/DP Interface PG 760 PII.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII MPI/PROFIBUS DP Up to 32 devices (PC, programming device or programmable controller) can Network be connected to the MPI/DP interface to form a network segment. The physical coupling to the MPI/PROFIBUS DP network is via a floating RS485 interface which is a component of the programming device basic module.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII SIMATIC NET PROFIBUS Networking PROFIBUS is an open and robustly designed bus-type local area network PG 760 PIIs (LAN) for industrial applications. It can be used to configure networks with via PROFIBUS up to 127 stations. PROFIBUS has a data transfer rate of 1.5 million bps. Principle of PROFIBUS operates on the master-slave principle with token passing Operation...
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Networking Industrial Ethernet is an industry-standard bus-type local area network (LAN) PG 760 PIIs via based on ETHERNET (ISO 8802/3), and has the following characteristic Industrial Ethernet features: high speed (10 Mbps), simple expansion capability, open communications and widespread applications.
Installing and Operating the PG 760 PII PG 760 PII Programming Device 3-16 C79000-G7076-C766-01...
PG 760 PII Expansions What Does this You can enhance the performance of your PG 760 PII by adding additional Chapter Contain? modules. This chapter describes how to expand your PG 760 PII. Please observe the relevant safety guidelines. Summary of In Section You Will Find On Page...
Please note that only qualified personnel should be allowed to work on the open unit, so that the warranty on the device is not affected. Authorized Siemens maintenance and repair centers offer you a specialist maintenance service. The addresses are listed at the end of the Product Information Bulletin.
PG 760 PII Expansions Before Opening Please observe the following rules before opening the unit: the Unit Before you disconnect the power supply cable, discharge any electrostatic charge on your body. You can do this by touching the metal mounting plate for the interfaces on the rear panel of the unit.
PG 760 PII Expansions Components Visible After Opening the Unit View Once you have removed the top cover of your unit, the components are visible. Floppy disk drive / Memory card holder PCI graphics card PII CPU with heat sink Sound interface card VR submodule Hard disk drive support...
PG 760 PII Expansions Mother board The mother board is the heart of the PG 760 PII. Here, data are processed and stored, and interfaces and device I/Os are controlled and managed. X800 X504 1 2 3 4 X502 X503 X501 4 3 2 1 Î...
PG 760 PII Expansions Components on The following components are located on the mother board of the the Mother Board PG 760 PII: Designa- Name Functions tion Slotbus ISA/PCI connector between basic module and bus module IDE secondary Secondary IDE interface, standard ribbon cable IDE primary Primary IDE interface, standard ribbon cable Keyboard connection MINI DIN keyboard plug (trackball supported)
PG 760 PII Expansions Switching the When the PG 760 PII leaves the factory, the COM1 (TTY) serial port is PG 760 PII to switched to active (20 mA current loop). If you are connecting two Active/Passive programming devices via the COM1 (TTY) serial port, you must switch one of the ports to passive.
PG 760 PII Expansions Switch Settings The following switch settings are only listed for information purposes. They are set in the factory and must not be changed. x means that this switch is irrelevant to the described function. BIOS Source S2 (3) Function Boot EPROM activated (standard setting)
PG 760 PII Expansions Installing Expansion Modules Installing You can extend the functionality of your PG 760 PII by installing additional Expansion modules. Six expansion slots for long ISA modules are provided on the Modules mother board for this purpose. The current drawn per ISA module must not exceed 6 A at +5 V.
PG 760 PII Expansions Installing Memory Expansion Cards Standard Memory There are three ECC-compatible slots for 72-bit DIMM memory expansion submodules on the mother board. The current memory configuration is 64 MB. You can extend it up to a maximum of 384 MB. The memory comes supplied with EDO RAM submodules.
PG 760 PII Expansions Installing the Plug the DIMM cards in as follows: DIMM Cards 1. Turn off the unit and unplug the power cable. 2. Open the unit as described in Section 4.1. 3. Remove all inserted ISA modules. 4.
PG 760 PII Expansions Installing and Removing Disk Drives Installing and The floppy disk drive is installed on the front of the unit. If necessary, you Removing Floppy can replace it with another. Disk Drives Locking screws Floppy disk drive Figure 4-6 Location of the Floppy Disk Drive Installation of...
PG 760 PII Expansions Removal and The CD-ROM drive is fitted in a disk drive block on the front of the unit. A Installation of Disk vacant slot is present in the block for an additional drive. Drive Block (Front) Disk drive block Locking screws Figure 4-7...
PG 760 PII Expansions Installing Hard You can install a further 3.5 inch IDE hard disk drive in the disk drive block Disk Drives at the at the back of your PG 760 PII. Provisions for the necessary wiring have Back of the Unit already been made.
PG 760 PII Expansions Installation of the To install an additional hard drive in the back of the unit, proceed as follows: Hard Drive (Back) 1. Turn off the unit, unplug the power cable and open the unit as described in Section 4.1.
Do not recharge the battery and do not open the battery by force. The correct lithium battery can only be ordered from Siemens (Order No.: W79084-E1003-B1). Return used lithium batteries to the manufacturer or recycler or dispose of them as special waste according to local regulations.
Configuring the PG 760 PII What Does this In this chapter, you will learn how to configure the BIOS of your PG 760 PII Chapter Contain? programming device. This will be necessary if you have made any changes to your system by adding, removing or replacing an adapter card, a memory expansion card or a system module.
Configuring the PG 760 PII Changing the System Configuration with BIOS SETUP Changing the The configuration of your programming device is set for working with the Configuration software supplied with the unit. You should only change the preset values if you have modified your PG 760 PII in any way, or if a fault occurs when the unit is powered up.
Power-on PhoenixBIOS Release 6.0 – G849–A901 Copyright 1985-1995 Phoenix Technologies Ltd., All Rights Reserved. SIEMENS PG 760 Pentium II V06 CPU = Pentium 333 MHz 0000640K System RAM Passed 0064512K Extended RAM Passed 0512K Cache SRAM Passed...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Menu Structure The screen is divided into four parts. In the top part, you can select the menu forms [Main], [Advanced], [Security], [Power], [Exit]. In the left of the center part you can select various settings or submenus. Brief help texts appear on the right for the currently selected menu entry.
Configuring the PG 760 PII 5.1.1 The Main Menu PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Item Specific Help System Time: [ 15:35:32 ] [ 01/23/1998 ] System Date: Shift-Tab , or Enter Diskette A: [ 1.44 MB, 31/2” ] selects field.
Configuring the PG 760 PII System Time and System Time and System Date indicate the current values. Once you have System Date selected the appropriate option, you can use the [+] and [–] keys to modify Time and Date the time setting Hour:Minute:Second and the date Month/Day/Year.
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “Primary A branch is made to the following submenu when you select this type of Secondary” menu option: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Primary Master [3249MB] Item Specific Help [AUTO] (recommended) Type: [Auto] Autotypes installed...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “ Multi-Sector The number of sectors which are transmitted per interrupt are transferred in Transfers” the option “Multi-Sector Transfers.” The value depends on the drive and should only be set using the autodetect function. Disabled 2,4,6,8,16 sectors...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “Memory The following pop-up menu appears when you select the option “Memory Cache” cache” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Item Specific Help [ 15:35:32 ] System Time: [ 01/23/1998 ] System Date: Controls caching of system...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “Boot The following submenu appears when you select the option “Boot Options” Options” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Boot Options Item Specific Help [Enabled] QuickBoot Mode: Allows the system to skip cer- tain tests while booting.
Configuring the PG 760 PII Submenu In this form you can determine whether the device should be booted from the Hard Drive Boot IDE primary master first. The hard disk is connected to this interface at the Device factory. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “Keyboard The following Submenu appears if you select the option “Keyboard Features” Features” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup-Copyright 1985-95 Phoenix Technologies Ltd. Main Advanced Security Power Exit Keyboard Features Item Specific Help [Off] Numlock: Selects Power-on state for Numlock...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “Hardware The following submenu appears when you select the option “Hardware Options” Options” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Hardware Options Item Specific Help [Enabled] PCI - MPI / DP: Enable or disable the Plug&Play PCI - Multi Point Programming interface:...
Configuring the PG 760 PII 5.1.2 The Advanced Menu Menu Structure PhoenixBIOS Setup-Copyright 1985-95 Phoenix Technologies Ltd. Main Advanced Security Power Exit Item Specific Help Warning! Setting items on this menu to incorrect va- lues may cause your system to malfunction. PCI Devices Plug &...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Harddisk Delay [Disabled] No additional startup time for hard disk 3 to 30 Additional startup time for the hard disk can be selected Memory Gap at [Disabled] The area from 15 to 16 Mbytes is not available 15 MByte forISA RAM [Enabled]...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Submenu PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility PCI Configuration Main Advanced Security Power Exit PCI Configuration Item Specific Help Setup items for configuring PCI Device, Slot #1 the specific PCI device PCI Device, Slot #2 PCI Device, Slot #3 PCI/PNP ISA Resource Exclusion PCI IRQ line 1: [Auto Select]...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option “PCI The following submenu appears when you select the option “PCI Devices” in Devices” the advanced menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility. Main Advanced Security Power Exit PCI Devices, Slot #1 Item Specific Help Initialize device expansion rom Option Rom Scan [Enabled]...
Configuring the PG 760 PII Submenu PCI/PNP Available means that the IRQ can be allocated to Plug and Play modules or ISA IRQ Resource given a mother board function by the Plug and Play mechanism of the BIOS. Exclusion You should only use the Reserved setting if the interrupt does not have to be assigned to Plug and Play ISA modules in the application software.
Configuring the PG 760 PII Option PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility. “PCI IRQ line” Main Advanced Security Power Exit Item Specific Help PCI Configuration PCI Device, Slot #1 PCI devices can use PCI Device, Slot #2 hardware interrupts cal- Disabled PCI Device, Slot #3 led IRQs.
Configuring the PG 760 PII 5.1.3 The Security Menu Summary You can only edit the options enclosed in square brackets. Two passwords are assigned to protect your programming device from unauthorized use. You can use the supervisor password to prevent use of diskettes for the normal user and to limit use of the hard disk.
Configuring the PG 760 PII 5.1.4 The Power Menu Summary This menu has the following structure: PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Item Specific Help APM: Enabled Power Savings: Disabled APM (Advanced Power Management) allows APM aware software to Standby Timeout: manage power savings.
Configuring the PG 760 PII Hard Disk [Disabled] Hard disks are not switched off. Timeout [10, 15, 30, 60] Minutes after which the hard disk drive is switched off, provided it is not being accessed. If you attempt to access the hard disk after it has been switched off, there will be an access delay while the disk is run up again.
Configuring the PG 760 PII 5.1.5 The Exit Menu Summary The setup program is always terminated using this menu. PhoenixBIOS Setup-Utility Main Advanced Security Power Exit Item Specific Help Save Changes & Exit Exit Without Saving Changes Exit after writing all changed SETUP Set Default Values item values to CMOS.
Error Diagnostics What Does this Chapter 6 will support you in handling simple errors and faults that you Chapter Contain? yourself can diagnose and, in some cases, eliminate. The chapter describes all the possible errors and faults, explains their causes and makes suggestions as to how to eliminate them.
Error Diagnostics Table 6-1 Errors/Faults in PG Operation Error Cause Remedy Power on LED does not light up PG is switched off Press the mains switch on the power supply unit Power supply not properly connected Check power supply connections, power cable and power plug Power on LED is illuminated in Device is in standby mode...
Hardware Information What Does This This chapter contains important reference data about the following: Chapter Contain? Hardware addresses Interrupt assignments Information about connecting cables. Summary of In Section You Will Find On Page Sections Hardware Address Table Interrupt Assignments Connector Pinouts Connecting Cables 7-15 CD-ROM Drive...
Hardware Information Hardware Address Table There are two kinds of address areas: Memory address area I/O address area. Different read/write signals (I/O WR, I/O RD, MEMR, MEMW) are used to reference these areas. The following tables provide you with an overview of the address areas used.
Hardware Information Memory Decoding The Pentium II CPU has a memory address area of 64 Gbyte; 4 Gbyte of this Function can be used. The CPU has a 64-bit wide data bus, 33 address lines and 8 bus enable lines (BE0...BE7) which code the non-existent byte address lines A0, A1 and A2.
Hardware Information Table 7-2 I/O Address Assignment Address Assignment Remark From 0000 000F DMA controller 1 0020 0021 Interrupt controller 1 002E 002E Configuration port Ultra I/O Index 002F 002F Configuration port Ultra I/O Data 0040 0043 Timer 1 0048 004B Timer 2 0060...
Hardware Information Table 7-2 I/O Address Assignment Address Assignment Remark From 0388 038C Sound synthesizer Can be switched off 03A0 03AF Generally not used Vacant 03B0 03BB Monochrome video or EGA/VGA 03BC 03BF Reserved for LPTn, otherwise vacant Reserved / vacant 03C0 03CF VGA control register...
Hardware Information I/O and Memory Below are listed the I/O and memory assignments of a number of expansion Assignments modules set in the factory. Please consult the relevant hardware descriptions, since you can also select other settings. Table 7-4 I/O and Memory Assignments I/O Address Memory Address Module...
Hardware Information Interrupt Assignments Interrupt The PG 760 uses two integral interrupt controllers of the type 82C59 to Assignments handle the 16 hardware interrupts (IRQ 0 to IRQ 15). The INT output of the slave controller is connected to the IRQ 2 input of the master controller.
Hardware Information Connector Pinouts PS/2 Mouse The connector has the following pinout: Socket Connector View of socket connetor Figure 7-1 Connector Pinout for a PS/2 Mouse Pin No. Designation Input/Output Data line Input/output Unassigned 5 V power supply (short-circuit proof) Output Clock line Input/output...
Hardware Information VGA Socket The VGA socket connector on the PG 760 has the following pinout: Connector Figure 7-3 VGA Socket Connector Pin No. Designation Description Input/Output R_EXT Output G_EXT Green Output B_EXT Blue Output Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground EXT_H Horizontal sync.
Hardware Information MPI/DP Socket The MPI/DP socket connector on the PG 760 has the following pinout. The Connector interface is electrically isolated. Figure 7-4 MPI/DP Socket Connector Pin No. Designation Description Input/ Output Pin 1 is not assigned. Pin 2 is not assigned. LTG_B Signal line B of MPI module.
Hardware Information Parallel Port The parallel port (LPT1) on the PG 760 has the following pinout: Figure 7-5 Parallel Port LPT1 (Socket Connector) Pin No. Signal Designation Input/Output / Strobe (CLK Output (open collector) Data - Bit 0 Output (TTL level) Data - Bit 1 Output (TTL level) Data - Bit 2...
Hardware Information Serial Port The serial port (COM1) on the PG 760 has the following pinout: (PLC/V.24/Modem) Figure 7-6 Serial Port COM1 (Socket Connector) Pin No. Designation Description Input/Output TxD (D1) Serial transmit data Output RxD (D2) Serial receive data Input RTS (S2) Request to send...
Hardware Information Serial Port The serial port (COM2) on the PG 760 has the following pinout: (V.24/Mouse) Figure 7-7 Serial Port COM2 (Plug Connector) Pin No. Designation Description Input/Output DCD (M5) Data carrier detect Input RxD (D2) Receive data Input TxD (D1) Transmit data Output...
Hardware Information Loudspeaker 3.5 mm jack socket for active and passive stereo loudspeaker (suitable for ohms). Left Right 3.5 mm loudspeaker jack plug Figure 7-9 Loudspeaker Settings on the The “power good” signal from the power supply input (PWRGD-IN) can be Bus Module switched to the “power good”...
Hardware Information Connecting Cables Overview 15 pin PG-SS COM1/TTY 25 pin PG-SS COM1/TTY see Figures 7-11, 7-12 and 7-13 COM1/TTY COM1/... see Figure 7-14 COM1/TTY PG-SS/TTY COM1/TTY PG-SS/TTY see Figures 7-11 and 7-12 COM1/TTY AG-SS/TTY see Figure 7-15 COM1/V.24 COM1/V.24 see Figure 7-16 ET200 connector/RS 485 MPI/RS 485...
Hardware Information PG7xx - PLC You can use the standard connecting cable (supplied along with your PG 760) Standard to connect your PG 760 to a Siemens programmable controller. Please read Connection the notes in Chapter 3. Connecting cable PG 7xx...
Hardware Information PG 7xx - PLC With the 25-pin plug connecting cable, you can connect your programming Connection via device via an adapter to a PLC, for example PLC 150U (AS 511). PG 6xx Connecting Cable with 25-Pin Socket S5, V.24 PG 7xx Adapter Connecting cable...
Hardware Information PG 7xx - PG 6xx If you want to connect your PG 760 to the PLC-S5 port of a PG 6xx Connection to programming device, you will need an adapter. In this case, the PG 760 must PLC-S5 Port be switched to active.
Hardware Information CD-ROM Drive CD-ROM Drive The CD-ROM drive enables you to easily update the already installed STEP 5, STEP 7 software and Windows 95. The CD-ROM drive is connected to the secondary IDE interface. Part Names and Functions Phones Jack This jack is used to connect a set of headphones.
Hardware Information Rear of the Drive, The drive is configured as a Single. If you want to operate a second drive on this Configuration bus, you have to set either one of them as Master and the other as Slave or vice versa.
Hardware Information Emergency Eject The procedure described below can be used to remove a disc from the CD-ROM reader if the Open/Close button is disabled by software or a power failure occurs. In this case the CD tray cannot be opened automatically. 1.
Do not throw a new or discharged lithium battery into an open fire, do not solder onto the cell container. Do not recharge the battery, do not open the battery by force. The correct lithium battery is available from Siemens (Order No.: W79084-E1003-B1). Return used batteries to the manufacturer/recycler or dispose of them according to local regulations.
Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) Chapter Section Contents Page Overview What is ESD? Electrostatic Charging of Persons General Protective Measures Against Electrostatic Discharge Damage PG 760 PII Programming Device C79000-G7076-C766-01...
Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) What is ESD? Definition All electronic modules are equipped with large-scale integrated ICs or components. Due to their design, these electronic elements are very sensitive to overvoltages and thus to any electrostatic discharge. These Electrostatically- Sensitive Devices are commonly referred to by the abbreviation ESD.
Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) Electrostatic Charging of Persons Charging Every person with a non-conductive connection to the electrical potential of its surroundings can be charged electrostatically. Figure A-1 shows you the maximum values for electrostatic voltages which can build up on a person coming into contact with the materials indicated in the figure.
Guidelines for Handling Electrostatically-Sensitive Devices (ESD) General Protective Measures Against Electrostatic Discharge Damage Ensure Sufficient Make sure that the personnel, working surfaces, and packaging are Grounding sufficiently grounded when handling electrostatically-sensitive devices. You thus avoid electrostatic charging. Avoid Direct You should touch electrostatically-sensitive devices only if it is unavoidable Contact (for example, during maintenance work).
This chapter contains a glossary in which you will find a list of the Chapter Contain? terminology used in conjunction with the Siemens range of programming devices and a brief explanation of each of the terms. PG 760 PII Programming Device...
Glossary Access Protection Access to the programs and data of a programming device can be protected by passwords. Application An application is a program which builds directly on, for example, the operating system. Applications on your programming device are MS-DOS/Windows, the STEP 5 Basic package, GRAPH 5, etc. ASCII Editor With an ASCII editor you can process (that is, edit) text files which are stored in ASCII code (American Standard Code of Information Interchange).
Glossary COM2 port The COM2 port is a serial V.24 interface which can be used to connect a mouse or a printer. Configuration These are files which define the configuration after booting. Examples of Files such files are CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT. Configuration The configuration software brings the device configuration up to date when Software...
Glossary Drop-Down Menu In graphics-supported programs, a menu line is positioned at the top edge of the screen. The menu titles contained in this line can be set either as drop-down or pull-down menus. Drop-down menus “roll” down as soon as the mouse pointer passes over a menu title.
Glossary Interface (Port) An interface is the connection between individual hardware elements such as PLCs, programming devices, printers or monitors via physical connections (cables). An interface is also the connection between different programs, to enable them to work together. Interface Module Module which controls and extends the hardware periphery.
Glossary Modem Communications device that enables a computer to send and receive data over a telephone line. Modulator and demodulator of a signal transmission facility. It converts the digital pulses from a computer into analog signals (and vice versa). Module Modules are boards (printed circuit boards) which can be plugged into a programmable controller or programming device.
Glossary Operating system Collective term for all programs which, in conjunction with the hardware, control and monitor execution of the user programs, the distribution of resources among the individual user programs and the maintenance of the operating mode (for example, Windows 95). Parallel Interface Information is transmitted one byte at a time via a parallel interface (port).
Glossary RAM (Random Access Memory) is a read/write memory in which every memory location can be addressed individually and its contents changed. RAM is used to store data and programs. ROM (Read Only Memory) is a memory in which every memory location can be addressed individually.
Glossary Software The collective term for all programs which are used on a computer. The operating system and the user programs are part of the concept “software”. STEP 5 This is a software package which is the basis for all other STEP 5 software Basic Package packages.
Glossary Warm Restart A warm restart is a restart after a program has been aborted. The operating system is reloaded and restarted. A warm restart is performed with the key combination CTRL+ALT+DEL. Working Memory The memory in which a program is stored which can be processed. The working memory is a direct access memory.
Index Active/passive switching, 4-7 Hard disk drive, 2-11 Address areas, 7-2 Hardware information, 7-1 Backup battery, 4-16 I/O address area, 7-2 BIOS, 5-2 Industrial Ethernet, 3-15 Installation, 3-1 Interrupt, 7-7 ISA modules, 4-9 Clock, 4-16 Closing the unit, 4-16 COM 1, 7-12 COM 2, 7-13 Keyboard, 2-5 Connecting cables, 7-15...
Index SIMATIC NET PROFIBUS, 3-14 SIMATIC S7 programmable controller, 3-12 Parallel port, 7-11 Special keys, 2-6 Power supply, 3-2 Switch position, 4-7 Power-good-signal, 7-14 System configuration, 5-2 Power-good-signal, 7-14 Printer, 3-6 Product Overview, 1-1 PROFIBUS, 3-14 Programming device, advantages of the pro- Transport, 2-12 gramming device, 1-2 Unpacking, 2-2...
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