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SIMATIC HMI
Operator Panel
Equipment Manual
6AV7691-1AA00-1AB0
Release 09/00
Preface, Contents
Introduction
Installation
Device Description
Appendix
Index
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  • Page 1 Preface, Contents Introduction SIMATIC HMI Installation SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Device Description Equipment Manual Appendix Index 6AV7691-1AA00-1AB0 Release 09/00...
  • Page 2 Trademarks You will find the registered trademarks of Siemens AG in the preface . Some of the other desig- nations used in these documents are also registered trademarks; the owner’s rights may be violated if they are used be third parties for their own purposes.
  • Page 3 Preface This Manual The SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel manual is part of the SIMATIC HMI documentation. It provides information about the installation, functionality, operation and assembly of the operator panel and is intended for operators, mechanics, project engineers and maintenance personnel. Where to find what This manual is subdivided into the following chapters: Chapter...
  • Page 4 ProTool/Lite ProTool/Pro SIMATIC Multi Panel SIMATIC Multifunctional Platform MP270 ProAgent Additional Support In the event that you have technical questions, please contact the Siemens representative that is responsible for your area. SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 5 +49(911)895-7002 Fax: +1 423 461-2231 Fax: +65 740-7001 E-mail: simatic.support@ E-mail: simatic.hotline@ E-mail: simatic.hotline@ nbgm.siemens.de sea.siemens.com sae.siemens.com.sg SIMATIC Premium Hotline (chargeable, SIMATIC Card required) Times: Mo - Fr 0:00 to 24:00 Tel.: +49(911)895-7777 Fax: +49(911)895-7001 SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual...
  • Page 6 SIMATIC Customer Support offers you comprehensive additional information about SIMATIC products through its Online Services as follows: Up-to-date general information is provided – on the internet at http://www.ad.siemens.de/simatic – via Fax-Polling under 08765-93 02 77 95 00 Up-to-date product information and downloads for practical use can be found –...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction ............Installation .
  • Page 8 Contents Project Planning Documents ..........Partial List of Parts .
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction Application Area The SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel is a universal operator panel, which can be used for controlling and monitoring production and transport systems, in particular in the automobile industry. Typical uses are applications in the chassis, body-in-white and transfer areas plus applications for single machines. The operator panel is designed to provide ergonomic support for operation, monitoring and diagnosis.
  • Page 10 Introduction Connection Possibilities The SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel can be connected to an external PLC via the PROFIBUS-DP. Optionally, you can also integrate WinAC in the operator panel. With the WinAC (Windows Automation Center) software, you can use the operator panel as a programmable logic control for your process control application.
  • Page 11 Introduction An Overview of the SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel The table provides an overview of the performance characteristics of the operator panel. MOP Variant UOP Variant Characteristic Description Processor Type Pentium III Clock frequency 700 MHz Memory and disk Main memory 128 MByte RAM storage...
  • Page 12 Introduction Characteristic Description Display Type SVGA TFT-LCD (active matrix display) Active screen diagonal 12.1’’ Resolution (pixels) Service life (MTBF) approx. 50,000 h Backlighting 2 CCFL tubes Service life (MTBF) approx. 30,000 h Sealed membrane Movement keys keyboard Function keys Controls 30 mm elements, recessed design Rotary switch, 10steps...
  • Page 13: Installation

    Installation In this chapter This chapter provides information about the installation of the operator panel (page 2-2) the electrical connections with – the voltage supply (page 2-5) – the PLC (page 2-6) – peripherals (page 2-7) the installation of the SICALIS PMC 7 device (page 2-9) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 14: Mechanical Installation

    Installation Mechanical Installation Installation site and conditions The SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel is suitable for installation in racks and in the front panels of cabinets and control desks. Before installing the operator panel, a suitable opening must be cut in the front panel. Additional fastener holes are not required.
  • Page 15 Installation Installation in a front panel Step Procedure From the front, place the operator panel into the prepared opening. Take suitable measures to prevent the operator panel from falling out of the front panel while it has not been firmly fixed in position. Insert the 8 screw clamps into the corresponding slots in the operator panel case.
  • Page 16: Electrical Installation

    Installation Electrical Installation Configuration possibilities Figure 2-1 shows the main possibilities for configuring the SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel. Standard cables are available for making the connections (see catalogs ST70 and ST80). PC/PU SICALIS PMC 7 Printer 2) 4) Keyboard IM182 Mouse Enabling switch...
  • Page 17: Connecting The Voltage Supply

    All connectors must be secured by screws or catches. Signal cables may not share a cable duct with power cables. Siemens AG assumes no liability for malfunctions or damages that result from cables assembled by the customer or made by other companies! 2.2.1...
  • Page 18: Connecting The Plc

    Installation Warning The system must be properly grounded. The electrical installation must include a fuse and an easily accessible, all-pole switch to fully disconnect the device from all power. Before beginning the installation or performing maintenance work, the device must be switched off and secured against an accidental power on. When connecting the device, make certain that the mains leads in the device are appropriately clamped to prevent short-circuits caused by torn wires.
  • Page 19: Connecting Peripherals

    Installation Prerequisites For the operator panel to support communication with the PLC, you must first retrofit the PROFIBUS Interface Module, IM 182. This module is not a standard part of the operator panel package. With the IM 182 interface module, you can connect the operator panel as a standard slave on a PROFIBUS-DP network.
  • Page 20 Installation Connecting to a SIMATIC Box PC 820 You can also connect other peripherals to the integrated SIMATIC Box PC 820 (for the connections see page 3-5), e.g. Printer 1) 2) Keyboard Mouse Screen Only for commissioning and service Do not use the connection on the side of the SIMATIC Box PC 820, rather the connection on the back of the operator panel, since otherwise system malfunctions may occur.
  • Page 21: Installing Sicalis Pmc

    Installation Installing SICALIS PMC 7 Installation Steps The installation of the operator panel is comprised of the following steps: 1. Install Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 5 (page 2-9) 2. Install the SICALIS PMC 7 runtime software (page 2-11) 3. Install the PROFIBUS IM 182 interface module and driver software (page 2-14) 4.
  • Page 22 Installation Windows NT Settings When starting up the second time, the system will identify itself as Windows NT Workstation 4.0 with Service Pack 5. 1. In the Logon Information dialog logon as Administrator with the password simatico and confirm with OK. 2.
  • Page 23: Installing The Sicalis Pmc 7 Runtime Software

    Installation Additional Settings We recommend that you also make the following settings in the Control Panel under System : Shorten the time for automatically starting the system In System Properties under Startup/Shutdown set the field Show List for 30 s to 3 s. This accelerates the startup of the system. Recovery You can save memory space by making the following settings: –...
  • Page 24 Installation SICALIS PMC 7 PROFIBUS DP IM182 SIMATIC S7 PLC Interface CPI 1 CPI 2 TACO (8031) PS2 Keyboard 8042 TASTDRV.SYS Mouse I8042.SYS KBDCLASS.SYS IM18x.SYS SIKEY.SYS Windows NT IM18x.DLL Application 1) Not included in the scope of the delivered package 2) Only for commissioning and service Figure 2-2 Software Structure...
  • Page 25 Installation The Runtime Version Installation Files The installation diskette contains the following files: Table 2-1 The Runtime Version Installation Files File Function Batch file to install the required drivers and tables Install.bat Mapping table for key codes, which are not used by the standard KbdTaco.dll keyboards Registry file for the mapping table KbdTaco.dll...
  • Page 26: Installing The Im 182 And Driver Software

    Installation Table 2-2 Entries in the registry Parameter Explanation Registry Path Default The PROFIBUS polling HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ SPC3BusPollTime time and monitoring the CurrentControlSet\Services\Sikey\ IM182 operational status Parameters [ms] Poll time Taco-Lifecheck HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ PLC3UserWatchdogTime and triggering the PLC3 CurrentControlSet\Services\Sikey\ users watchdog timers Parameters [ms] PLC3UserWatchdogValue The default preset value...
  • Page 27: Installing The User Application

    Installation Note There is a bug-fix for the IM182 driver. Please use the fixed version of IM18x.sys – Version 1.1 from April 08, 1999. The contact person at A&D SE E is Mr. Mittelberger, Tel. +49 911 750 2072, Fax: +49 911 750 2100. Use only cards that have been released for SICALIS PMC7.
  • Page 28 Installation SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual 2-16 Release 09/00...
  • Page 29: Device Description

    Device Description In this chapter This chapter provides information about: The Dimensions (page 3-2), The Controls and Connections on the Front Panel (page 3-3), Connections on the Back (page 3-5), SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 30: Dimensions

    Device Description Dimensions Device Dimensions Front view Side view Figure 3-1 The Dimensions of the Operator Panel Cutout To install the operator panel in a front panel, you must cutout an opening (WxH) of +0.8 +0.8 mm x 498 SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 31: The Controls And Connections On The Front Panel

    Device Description The Controls and Connections on the Front Panel The Layout On the operator panel screen, you can observe the operational state of the monitored machine or unit and, via the keyboard, directly intervene in the process. Figure 3-2 shows the layout of the controls and connections on the front of the Main Operator Panel.
  • Page 32 Device Description Table 3-1 The Controls and Connections Meaning 12’’ color screen 8 movement keys (membrane keyboard) to execute defined movements in the application’s “movement pictures”. Two softkey strips (membrane keyboard). The keys F1 to F16 correspond to the function keys on a PC keyboard. Controls to operate the machine.
  • Page 33: Rear View With Connections

    Device Description Rear View with Connections Table 3-2 Rear View of the SIMATIC Box PC 820 with Connections Usage/Description VGA monitor connector, 15-pin Sub-D connector 3 rows (female) RJ45 connector for Ethernet network COM1, serial interface 1 (RS 232), 25-pin Sub-D connector (female) USB interface MPI/PROFIBUS-DP interface (RS485), 9-pin Sub-D connector (female) LPT1, parallel printer interface, 25-pin Sub-D connector (female)
  • Page 34 Device Description Table 3-3 Connections on the Back of the Operator Panel Usage/Description Terminal strip (for the assignment see Table B-4) Connector for PS/2 keyboard (only for start up and service) MPI/PROFIBUS-DP, 9-pin Sub-D connector (female) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 35: Technical Data

    Technical Data In this chapter In this chapter you will find the following technical data for the SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel: Casing Processor Memory Interfaces Software Display Keyboard Power supply Ambient conditions Interference immunity Interference emission SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 36 Technical Data Housing External dimensions (W x H x D) 430 mm x 520 mm x 210 mm +0.8 +0.8 Installation cutout (W x H) mm x 498 Installation depth 205 mm Protection class Protection Class 1 in accord with VDE 0106 T1: 1982 (IEC 536) Safety rules IEC 950/09.91 corresponds to EN 60950...
  • Page 37 Technical Data Display LCD type TFT (active matrix display) Active screen diagonal 12.1’’ Resolution (pixels) horizontal x vertical 800 x 600 Graphic mode Super VGA Service life (MTBF) Approx. 50,000 h Backlighting 2 CCFL tubes Service life (MTBF) Approx. 30,000 h Depending on the operating temperature, the lamps for the display’s backlighting have a service life of around 30,000 hours.
  • Page 38 Technical Data Ambient Conditions Installation position with FDD Max. 25 inclination to front or rear Max. permissible ambient temperature During operation +4...+45 C Transport, storage –20...+60 C Relative humidity During operation 20... 80%, no condensation Transport, storage 10%...90%, no condensation Exposure to shock During operation 5 g/ 11 ms...
  • Page 39 Technical Data Conformity of the product described with the requirements of Directive 89/336 EEC is certified by compliance with the following standards: Immunity to Interference Static discharge EN 61000-4-2 (contact discharge/air discharge) 6 kV/8 kV HF radiation EN 61000-4-3 10 V/m, 80% AM, 1 kHz Pulse modulation ENV 50204...
  • Page 40 Technical Data SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 41: Interfaces And Terminals - Assignments

    Interfaces and Terminals – Assignments In this chapter This chapter provides information about the interface pin assignments and the terminal strip connections for the SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel. Information regarding the pin assignment of the interfaces of the integrated SIMATIC Box PC 820 can be found in the manual Box PC 820 PC FI45 V2 , Order No.: A5E00051530-03 (German) / A5E00051531-03 (English) Connectors...
  • Page 42 Interfaces and Terminals – Assignments PS2 Keyboard (X16) Table B-2 shows the pin assignment of the 6-pin PS/2 connector for an external keyboard. The connector is located on the back above the MPI connection. Table B-2 Pin Assignment of the 6-pin PS/2 Keyboard Connector (female) Name Input/Output Keyboard data...
  • Page 43: Terminal Strips

    Interfaces and Terminals – Assignments Terminal Strips Table B-4 shows the assignment of the terminal strips on the back of the operator panel. Table B-4 Assignment of the Terminal Strips Usage/Description Terminal Strip XL/M +24 V DC external supply –> CPI 1, Input 1 +24 V DC –>...
  • Page 44 Interfaces and Terminals – Assignments Table B-4 Assignment of the Terminal Strips, continued Usage/Description Terminal Strip X4 “EMERGENCY STOP” switch, Terminal 22 “EMERGENCY STOP” switch, Terminal 21 “EMERGENCY STOP” switch, Terminal 32 “EMERGENCY STOP” switch, Terminal 31 – Terminal Strip XL/M, Terminal 15 Enabling switch, Pin 10 Enabling switch, Pin 11 Enabling switch, Pin 12...
  • Page 45: Control Panel Interface

    Interfaces and Terminals – Assignments Control Panel Interface Purpose The standard SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel is equipped with two CPI modules (CPI = Control Panel Interface). Together the two modules provide 32 digital Inputs/Outputs. Fundamentally, a CPI module permits rapid key operation without communication-related delays (key delay <...
  • Page 46 Interfaces and Terminals – Assignments SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 47: Developer Version

    Developer Version Purpose The Developer Version of the keyboard driver contains – in comparison to the Runtime Version included in the standard package (see page 2-13) – some additional tools, which enable you to modify the standard key assignment to suit customer-specific requirements.
  • Page 48: Change Keyboard Layout

    Developer Version Change Keyboard Layout Prerequisites You can change the standard keyboard layout – the assignment of one or more of the operator panel’s keys and switches – to suit the specific requirements for the machine. To do so, you must first install the Developer Version, which is not part of the standard operator panel package.
  • Page 49 Developer Version The illustration below presents the flow of the compilation process. KeyBit.bat [source file] Key2Bit.exe Tacok2b.tbl *.def The batch file, KeyBit.bat, calls the converter program, Key2Bit.exe, and passes the name of the source file (*.def) to it. The converter program, Key2Bit.exe, compiles the binary table, TacoK2B.tbl, from this source.
  • Page 50 Developer Version Assignment of Bit –> LED (LED = lamp control) The batch file, BitLed.bat, is used to create the binary table for assigning a PLC bit to the control of a lamp (LED). This batch file takes the ASCII source file, 2Bit2Led.def, and compiles the binary table, 2TacoB2L.tbl.
  • Page 51 Developer Version Restrictions in the selection of the code The 8042 keyboard controller and the Windows NT keyboard driver: In the selection of the MAKE and BREAK codes, the following restrictions must be noted: – The key codes must lie between 1h and 7Fh. –...
  • Page 52: Key Numbers

    Developer Version Key Numbers Figure C-1 shows the key numbers for the MOP variant of the operator panel. 77..80 81..83 Figure C-1 Numbering of the Keys (MOP Variant) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 53: Key Layout And Key Codes

    Key Layout and Key Codes In this chapter In this chapter, you will find the factory settings for the key layout and key codes in tabular form for the standard operator panel. The empty tables at the end can be used to make a record your own individual key assignments.
  • Page 54 Key Layout and Key Codes Make Code Break Code Comments Movement keys, left 14 05 F0 05 F0 14 (Key 25) 14 06 F0 06 F0 14 (Key 26) 14 04 F0 04 F0 14 (Key 27) 14 0C F0 0C F0 14 (Key 28) 14 03 F0 03 F0 14...
  • Page 55 Key Layout and Key Codes Make Code Break Code Comments Function keys F0 05 (Key 17) F0 06 (Key 18) F0 04 (Key 19) F0 0C (Key 20) F0 03 (Key 21) F0 0B (Key 22) F0 02 (Key 23) F0 0A (Key 24) F0 01...
  • Page 56 Key Layout and Key Codes Make Code Break Code Comments Controls to operate the machine E1 30 E1 F0 30 Automatic Operation (Key 65) E1 32 E1 F0 32 Manual Operation (Key 67) E1 31 E1 F0 31 Single-Step Operation (Key 66) E1 35 E1 F0 35...
  • Page 57 Key Layout and Key Codes Empty Tables for Individual Key Assigments Make Code Break Code Comments Movement keys, left Movement keys, right SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 58 Key Layout and Key Codes Make Code Break Code Comments Function keys SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 59 Key Layout and Key Codes Make Code Break Code Comments Controls to operate the machine. Automatic operation Manual Operation Single-Step operation Stop at end of clock Initial state Immediate Stop Plant OFF (not for UOP variant) Plant ON (not for UOP variant) Zone selection weight 1 Zone selection weight 2 Zone selection weight 4...
  • Page 60 Key Layout and Key Codes SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 61: Esd-Guidelines

    ESD-Guidelines What does ESD mean? Virtually all present-day modules incorporate highly integrated MOS devices or components. For technological reasons, these electronic components are very sensitive to overvoltages and consequently therefore to electrostatic discharge: These devices are referred to in German as Elektrostatisch Gefährdeten Bauelemente/ Baugruppen: ”EGB”...
  • Page 62 ESD-Guidelines Handling ESD assemblies A general rule is that assemblies should be touched only when this cannot be avoided owing to the work that has to performed on them. Under no circumstances should you handle printed-circuit boards by touching device pins or circuitry. You should touch devices only if you are grounded by permanently wearing an ESD wrist strap or you are wearing ESD shoes or ESD shoe-grounding protection straps in...
  • Page 63: Project Planning Documents

    Project Planning Documents In this chapter In this chapter, you will find the following project planning documents for the both types of operator panel (MOP and UOP): Partial lists of parts (page F-2) Layout for the front panel (page F-4) Layout for the terminal strips (page F-6) Cabling overview for MOP and UOP (page F-7) Wiring diagrams (page F-8)
  • Page 64: Partial List Of Parts

    Project Planning Documents Partial List of Parts F.1.1 Partial List of Parts for Main Operator Panel (MOP) Pos. Mat. No. Order Number Quantity Name Description Rail for terminal strip, l = 320 mm 704.032.718 Illuminated pushbutton “AUTOMATIC”, clear lens, 1 make contact Indicator lamp “AUTOMATIC”...
  • Page 65: Partial List Of Parts For Unit Operator Panel (Uop

    Project Planning Documents F.1.2 Partial List of Parts for Unit Operator Panel (UOP) Pos. Mat. No. Order Number Quantity Name Description Rail for terminal strip, l = 320 mm 704.032.718 Illuminated pushbutton “AUTOMATIC”, clear lens, 1 make contact Indicator lamp “AUTOMATIC” 704.032.718 Illuminated pushbutton “Single-Step”, clear lens, 1 make contact...
  • Page 66: Layout - Front Panel

    Project Planning Documents Layout – Front Panel F.2.1 Layout for Main Operator Panel (MOP) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 67: Layout For Unit Operator Panel (Uop

    Project Planning Documents F.2.2 Layout for Unit Operator Panel (UOP) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 68: Layout For Terminal Strips (Mop And Uop

    Project Planning Documents Layout for Terminal Strips (MOP and UOP) Pos. 7 Pos. 260 Pos. 270 Switch setting CPI 1: 1 = OFF 2 = OFF 3 = OFF 4 = OFF Switch setting CPI 2: 1 = ON 2 = ON 3 = ON 4 = ON Pos.
  • Page 69: Cabling Overview (Mop And Uop

    Project Planning Documents Cabling Overview (MOP and UOP) Front panel Back of OP MPI connector MPI connector Display W3 cable, for MPI interface keyboard cable Adapter Inverter W4 ribbon cable (34 wires) External PS2 connector TACO W6 cable ext. PS2 X7 X5 X6 X12 W1 display cable, soldered to adapter...
  • Page 70: Wiring Diagrams

    Project Planning Documents Wiring Diagrams F.5.1 Wiring Diagram for Main Operator Panel (MOP) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 71 Project Planning Documents Wiring Diagram for Main Operator Panel (MOP), Continued SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Release 09/00...
  • Page 72: Wiring Diagram For Unit Operator Panel (Uop

    Project Planning Documents F.5.2 Wiring Diagram for Unit Operator Panel (UOP) SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual F-10 Release 09/00...
  • Page 73 Project Planning Documents Wiring Diagram for Unit Operator Panel (UOP), Continued SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual F-11 Release 09/00...
  • Page 74 Project Planning Documents SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual F-12 Release 09/00...
  • Page 75 Index CPI module, B-5 Cross-section, supply wires, 2-6 Accelerate startup, 2-11 Current, HF, A-5 Air discharge, A-5 Current consumption, A-3 Air pressure, A-4 Cutout, 3-2 Alternating current, A-3 installation, A-2 Ambient conditions, A-4 Angle of inclination, 2-2 Application area, 1-1 Assignment, interfaces and terminals, B-1 Data, technical, A-1 Data transfer, 1-4...
  • Page 76 Index Gasket, 2-2, 2-3 Lamp control, C-4 Graphic mode, A-3 Layout Guidelines, ESD, E-1 connections, 3-6 front panel MOP, F-4 UOP, F-5 terminal strip, F-6 Hard disk, 1-3, A-2 LCD type, 1-4, A-3 HF current, A-5 Low voltage, 2-6 HF radiation, A-5 Housing, A-2 Humidity, A-4 Main memory, 1-3...
  • Page 77 Index Software structure, 2-12 Standards, A-5 Radiation, HF, A-5 Static discharge, A-5 Radio interference suppression, A-5 Sunlight, 2-2 Rated voltage, A-3 Registry, 2-13 Relative humidity, A-4 Reset switch, 3-5 Resolution, display, 1-4, A-3 Technical data, A-1 Rotary switch, 1-4, 3-4, A-3 Terminal strip, B-3 Runtime version, 2-11 Thickness, front panel, 2-2...
  • Page 78 Index SICALIS PMC 7 Operator Panel Equipment Manual Index-4 Release 09/00...