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Migration Guide Comfort Panels
SIMATIC HMI
HMI devices
Migration Guide Comfort Panels
Getting Started
03/2011
A5E03478626-01
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Introduction
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Replacing an HMI device
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Migrating a project
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Commissioning the HMI
device
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Data transfer from STEP 7
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  • Page 1 ___________________ Migration Guide Comfort Panels Introduction ___________________ Replacing an HMI device ___________________ Migrating a project SIMATIC HMI ___________________ Commissioning the HMI device HMI devices ___________________ Migration Guide Comfort Panels Data transfer from STEP 7 Getting Started 03/2011 A5E03478626-01...
  • 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 Introduction..............................5 Contents............................5 Scope .............................7 What's new?...........................8 Replacing the predecessor device with a Comfort HMI device .............9 Replacing an HMI device ......................... 11 Overview of HMI devices ......................11 Mounting cut-out ..........................13 Interfaces .............................16 Slots for memory cards ........................18 Mapping of the soft key assignment ....................20 Data input.............................23 Migrating a project ...........................
  • Page 4: Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01

    Table of contents Data transfer from STEP 7........................49 Principles............................. 49 Scenario 1: "Update to WinCC V11"................... 49 Index................................ 51 Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Contents Purpose of the migration guide The migration guide contains all necessary information clearly arranged for convenient migration to the new Comfort Panels. It basically covers the following points: ● Replacing the HMI devices and the differences connected with the process ●...
  • Page 6 Introduction 1.1 Contents ● "Migrating an HMI project" The section "Migrating an HMI project" mainly covers the steps after migration of the WinCC flexible database that result from the changeover of the HMI device. In addition, it shows how you implement the new features of the Comfort HMI devices in the WinCC project: –...
  • Page 7: Scope

    Introduction 1.2 Scope Scope The migration guide applies to the following predecessor devices: ● OP 77B ● TP 177B 4" Color ● TP 177B Mono ● TP 177B Color ● MP 177 ● OP 177B Mono ● OP 177B Color ●...
  • Page 8: What's New

    Introduction 1.3 What's new? What's new? More visualization area with display in widescreen format The Comfort HMI devices all come equipped with a display in widescreen format with screen diagonals from 11 cm (4.3") to 30 cm (11.8"). This upgrade provides up to 40% more visualization area compared to displays with 4:3 format.
  • Page 9: Replacing The Predecessor Device With A Comfort Hmi Device

    Introduction 1.4 Replacing the predecessor device with a Comfort HMI device Replacing the predecessor device with a Comfort HMI device Note Limited comparability based on display size Because of the change in display size from 4:3 to "Widescreen", you can only compare the old with the new HMI devices using the display size to a limited extent.
  • Page 10 Introduction 1.4 Replacing the predecessor device with a Comfort HMI device Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 11: Replacing An Hmi Device

    Replacing an HMI device Overview of HMI devices Differences in design and operating concept after replacement of HMI devices This section describes the differences and additional functions of the Comfort HMI devices in relation to enclosure, display, interfaces and data input. Enclosure ●...
  • Page 12 Replacing an HMI device 2.1 Overview of HMI devices ● All Comfort HMI devices have at least the same display area as the predecessor devices. Predecessor devices OP 77B TP 177B OP 177B OP 277 TP 177B MP 277 MP 277 MP 277 MP 277 8"...
  • Page 13: Mounting Cut-Out

    Replacing an HMI device 2.2 Mounting cut-out Mounting cut-out Differences in the enclosure dimensions The following tables compare the dimensions for mounting cut-out, device depth and enclosure front of predecessor devices and Comfort HMI devices. Predecessor devices OP 77B TP 177B OP 177B OP 277 TP 177B...
  • Page 14 Replacing an HMI device 2.2 Mounting cut-out Compatibility of the mounting cut-outs You can install the Comfort HMI devices in the mounting cut-outs of the following predecessor devices: Comfort HMI device Predecessor device Mounting cut-out (in mm) KP400 Comfort OP 77B 135 x 171 KTP400 Comfort TP 177B 4''...
  • Page 15 Replacing an HMI device 2.2 Mounting cut-out The following figure shows the dimensions of the mounting cut-out for the OP MP 277 8" Touch (blue) and the TP900 Comfort (orange): The following figure shows the dimensions of the mounting cut-out for the MP 277 10" Touch (blue) and the TP1200 Comfort (orange): The following figure shows the dimensions of the mounting cut-out for the MP 277 10"...
  • Page 16: Interfaces

    Replacing an HMI device 2.3 Interfaces Interfaces Location and type of interfaces for predecessor devices and Comfort HMI devices The Comfort HMI devices always have the same interfaces as the predecessor devices. Exception : The RS-232 interface of the OP 77B predecessor device is not available for the Comfort HMI devices.
  • Page 17 Replacing an HMI device 2.3 Interfaces The following figure shows the interfaces on the predecessor devices of the Comfort HMI devices KP/TP700 Comfort to KP/TP1200 Comfort. ① USB type A The predecessor devices MP 277 8" and MP 277 10" have two USB type A connectors ②...
  • Page 18: Slots For Memory Cards

    Replacing an HMI device 2.4 Slots for memory cards Slots for memory cards Location of the slots for predecessor devices and Comfort HMI devices All Comfort HMI devices have two slots for SD memory cards. The slots for the Comfort HMI devices are protected by a sliding cover.
  • Page 19 Replacing an HMI device 2.4 Slots for memory cards Number and type of slots for Comfort HMI devices ① Slot for memory card in "SD(IO / HC)" or "MMC" format. Recommendation: SIMATIC HMI Memory Card 2 GB ② Slot for the system memory card. Permissible: SIMATIC HMI Memory Card 2 GB ③...
  • Page 20: Mapping Of The Soft Key Assignment

    Replacing an HMI device 2.5 Mapping of the soft key assignment Mapping of the soft key assignment Assignment of the function keys of predecessor device on Comfort HMI device When replacing the HMI devices, the function key assignments are imported from the predecessor device to the Comfort HMI device according to the following rules: Rule Effect...
  • Page 21 Replacing an HMI device 2.5 Mapping of the soft key assignment Function key assignment for KP400 Comfort and KTP400 Comfort The following figure applies in the same manner for the assignment of the four function keys (F1 to F4) from TP 177B 4" to KTP400 Comfort. Left OP 77B Right...
  • Page 22 Replacing an HMI device 2.5 Mapping of the soft key assignment Function key assignment for KP900 Comfort Left MP 277 8" Key Right KP900 Comfort Function key assignment for KP1200 Comfort Left MP 277 10" Key Right KP1200 Comfort Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 23: Data Input

    Replacing an HMI device 2.6 Data input Data input Alphanumeric input block Unlike predecessor devices, the Comfort HMI devices with key operation (key panels) are equipped with an alphanumeric input block that works similar to the keyboard of your cell phone.
  • Page 24 Replacing an HMI device 2.6 Data input Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 25: Migrating A Project

    Migrating a project Overview The new Comfort HMI devices are exclusively supported by the successor of the WinCC flexible configuration software: WinCC V11. In addition to the replacing the HMI devices in the plant, you have to migrate the project data.
  • Page 26: Migrating A Project

    Migrating a project 3.2 Migrating a project HMI devices KP400 C KTP400 KP700 TP700 KP900 TP900 KP1200 TP1200 omfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Comfort Usable memory for application 4 MB 12 MB data Usable memory for recipe data 512 KB 2 MB Additional memory for options...
  • Page 27: Switching Screen From 4:3 To Widescreen

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.1 Overview Introduction An essential feature of the Comfort HMI devices is the change of the display format from 4:3 to "Widescreen". This change increases the visualization area by up to 40%. In the course of the project migration, you will switch over the predecessor device to the Comfort HMI device in WinCC.
  • Page 28: Switching Without Adaptation

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.2 Switching without adaptation TP 177B 6" Setting TP700 Comfort Adaptations for screens and screen objects: "None" Position: Use "Position" to define the positioning of the screen, e.g. "Top left". Result The screen size of the predecessor device is retained at 320 x 240 pixels.
  • Page 29: Switchover With Adaptation To Screen

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.3 Switchover with adaptation to screen TP 177B 6" Setting TP700 Comfort Adaptations for screens and screen objects: "Adapt width and height to new screen" Position: "None" The "Circle" object is only increased, not distorted.
  • Page 30: Switchover With Adaptation To Screen Width

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.4 Switchover with adaptation to screen width TP 177B 6" Setting TP700 Comfort Adaptations for screens and screen objects: "Adapt width to new screen" Position: Result The screen size is stretched to the width of the target device. If objects are located completely or partly outside the visible area, these objects are not displayed in Runtime.
  • Page 31: Switchover With Adaptation To Screen Height

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.5 Switchover with adaptation to screen height TP 177B 6" Command TP700 Comfort Adaptations for screens and screen objects: "Adapt height to new screen" Position: Result The screen size is stretched to the height of the target device. Distorted screen elements possible Truncated screen elements possible Greatly reduced screen elements possible...
  • Page 32: Recommendation For Screen Changeover

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.6 Recommendation for screen changeover Adapt height to new screen In most cases, the setting "Adapt height to new screen" is the best choice for the switchover from screen format 4:3 to Widescreen. With this setting, objects are not distorted or truncated.
  • Page 33: Additional Setting Options

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.7 Additional setting options You have the option to use "Free scaling" under "Settings" to enter scaling factors for X and Y alignment, if necessary. For example, enter the factor "1.5" for a 1.5 magnification. You can also suppress automatic resizing of text and graphic objects.
  • Page 34: Migrating Pictograms With Key Hmi Devices

    Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen 3.3.8 Migrating pictograms with key HMI devices If you have configured pictograms to function keys of a previous key device, the pictograms are displayed as squares after the changeover. The square format ensures a uniform representation.
  • Page 35 Migrating a project 3.3 Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen Result The pictograms of the function keys are corrected and displayed without distortion. In this way, you can change the size of pictograms at any time. Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 36: Switching Over The Hmi Device

    Migrating a project 3.4 Switching over the HMI device Switching over the HMI device Requirements ● Adaptations for screens and screen objects are set for changing the display format (see Switching screen from 4:3 to Widescreen (Page 27)). ● The project tree is open in WinCC. Procedure Proceed as follows: Result...
  • Page 37 Migrating a project 3.4 Switching over the HMI device Color settings The Comfort HMI devices can display graphic objects with a color depth of 16 bit and 32 bit. For this you have to configure the graphic objects with the required color in the project. To do this, select the required "Color depth"...
  • Page 38: Setting The Address Of The Hmi Device

    Migrating a project 3.5 Setting the address of the HMI device Setting the address of the HMI device In WinCC flexible, an IP address set for an HMI device in the project was not transferred to the HMI device. As of WinCC V11, an IP address set in the project is assigned to the respective HMI device during the transfer.
  • Page 39: Using Energy-Saving Functions

    Migrating a project 3.6 Using energy-saving functions Using energy-saving functions 3.6.1 Application The energy required for display backlighting, up to 40%, makes up a large part of the total power consumption of an HMI device. To reduce energy consumption, the Comfort HMI devices come equipped with LED backlighting.
  • Page 40 Migrating a project 3.6 Using energy-saving functions Configuring the energy-saving function using the screensaver If you want to turn off the display after a specified time without operator action, configure the screensaver in the Control Panel of the HMI device: In this example, the brightness of the display backlighting is reduced after two minutes.
  • Page 41: Controlling Display Brightness

    Migrating a project 3.6 Using energy-saving functions 3.6.3 Controlling display brightness You can either switch on a switched-off display with an operator action or you can gradually increase the brightness. Requirements The display is switched off. Procedure Proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 42 Migrating a project 3.6 Using energy-saving functions Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 43: Commissioning The Hmi Device

    Commissioning the HMI device Overview To transfer the migrated project from the configuration PC to the Comfort HMI device, connect the Comfort HMI device with one of the following interfaces on the configuration PC: ● Ethernet ● USB ● PROFIBUS/MPI After successful transfer, you can insert the system memory card in the Comfort HMI device and activate automatic backup as part of the service concept.
  • Page 44 Procedure Proceed as follows: 1. Connect the HMI device to the configuration PC. SIEMENS SIEMENS The configuration PC and HMI device are connected. If Windows XP is installed on the configuration PC, you are prompted to install the driver. Use the "Automatic search"...
  • Page 45 Commissioning the HMI device 4.2 Transferring a project 4. Select the menu command "Online > Advanced download to device" in WinCC. The "Advanced download" dialog opens. 5. Transfer the project to the HMI device. The "Load preview" dialog opens. The project is compiled at the same time. The result appears in the "Load preview"...
  • Page 46: Using Automatic Backup

    Commissioning the HMI device 4.3 Using automatic backup Using automatic backup Introduction The "Service concept" of the Comfort HMI devices is a continuous, automatic backup of all process-relevant HMI device data on the system memory card. The automatic backup is activated automatically after you insert the system memory card and following a prompt.
  • Page 47 Commissioning the HMI device 4.3 Using automatic backup Note No message during insertion of a defective system memory card If you insert a defective system memory card, the message "Use system card?" will not appear. Replace the system memory card with a new SIMATIC HMI Memory Card. Note No message for system memory card from HMI device that is not an identical model If you insert a system memory card from a non-identical HMI device, the message "Use...
  • Page 48 Commissioning the HMI device 4.3 Using automatic backup Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...
  • Page 49 Data transfer from STEP 7 Principles You can transfer the tags you have created in STEP 7 V5 into your WinCC project. The following basic scenarios occur: ● You change from WinCC flexible to WinCC. ● You change from a third-party product to WinCC. You have used STEP 7 in both scenarios to program your plant.
  • Page 50: Data Transfer From Step 7

    Data transfer from STEP 7 5.2 Scenario 1: "Update to WinCC V11" Result The STEP 7 tags are available in the WinCC project and can be used. Note Limitation If you change the tags in STEP 7, you must make these changes manually in the HMI project.
  • Page 51: Project

    Index Function keys, 20 Activating Automatic backup, 46 Alphanumeric input, 23 Automatic backup HMI device Activating, 46 Toggle, 36 Brightness Interfaces, 16 Of the display, 41 K keys, 20 Cell phone keyboard, 23 Change Screen format, 27 Color settings Labeling strips, 20 Comfort HMI device, 37 Comfort HMI device Color settings, 37...
  • Page 52: Index

    Index Migrating, 34 Project Migrating, 26 Purpose Migration guide, 5 Scope Migration guide, 7 Screen format Change, 27 Screen keyboard, 23 Slots for memory cards, 18 STEP 7 Transferring data from ~, 49 Toggle HMI device, 36 Transferring Data from STEP 7, 49 Migration Guide Comfort Panels Getting Started, 03/2011, A5E03478626-01...