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Aotewell Ltd
SIMATIC
Box PC 620
Manual
Valid for devices with the order number
6ES7647-5...
Edition 05/2004
A5E00131465-03
HongKong|UK|China
www.aotewell.com
Preface, Contents
Important Information
Welcome to the Box PC 620
Setting-up and Operating
the Box PC 620
Box PC 620 Expansions
Configuring the Box PC 620
Error Diagnosis
Appendix
Guidelines for ESD
Technical Specifications
Glossary, Index
sales@aotewell.com
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  • Page 1 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Preface, Contents Important Information SIMATIC Welcome to the Box PC 620 Setting-up and Operating Box PC 620 the Box PC 620 Box PC 620 Expansions Manual Configuring the Box PC 620 Valid for devices with the order number 6ES7647-5...
  • Page 2 Trademarks SIMATIC, SIMATIC HMI and SIMATIC NET are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. Third parties using for their own purposes any other names in this document which refer to trademarks might infringe upon the rights of the trademark owners.
  • Page 3: A5E00131465

    Where is this Manual Valid? This manual is valid for all supplied variations of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 and describes the state of delivery as of April 2004. Certifications, Standards and Approvals...
  • Page 4: Preface

    Appendix B lists the valid technical specifications for your device. Detailed information on how your Box PC 620 is equipped can also be found in the BIOS message (Summary Screen) when your PC is booting up. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 5 Siemens representative or agent responsible. http://www.siemens.com/automation/partner Training Centers Siemens offers a number of training courses to familiarize you with the SIMATIC S7 automation system. Please contact your regional training center or our central training center in D 90327 Nuremberg, Germany for details: Telephone:...
  • Page 6 +49 (180) 5050-223 E-Mail: simatic.hotline@ E-Mail: adsupport.asia@ E-Mail: adsupport@ sea.siemens.com siemens.com siemens.com GMT: +8:00 GMT: +1:00 GMT: –5:00 The languages of the SIMATIC Hotlines and the authorization hotline are generally German and English. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 7 S A forum, where users and experts from all over the world exchange their experiences. S Your local representative for Automation & Drives via our representatives database. S Information on field service, repairs, spare parts and more under “Services”. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 8 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Preface SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual viii A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    ... 3-22 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S7 Network (PROFIBUS/MPI) ..........
  • Page 10 ........... 4.1.2 Opening the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ....... .
  • Page 11 8.3.3 Installing and Operating the Burner Software ......8-14 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 12 ..........Technical Specifications of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 .
  • Page 13 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Table of contents SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual xiii A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 14 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Table of contents SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 15: Important Information

    Adhere to the permissible mounting positions when mounting the systems (see chapter 3.2). If the systems are installed in a non-permissible fitting position, the approvals pursuant to UL 1950, UL 508 and EN60950 are no longer valid! SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 16 Only connect the device to 24V DC power supply systems which meet the requirements of a safe extra-low voltage (SELV). The cable cross section has to be large enough that the Box PC will not be damaged by the cables when there is a short circuit. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 17 If you install or exchange system expansions and damage your Box PC, the warranty becomes void. The power supply may only be dismantled or exchanged by authorized technical personnel. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 18 S Always pull the power plug and disconnect the battery before connecting or disconnecting modules (containing ESDs). S Touch modules fitted with ESDs by their edges only. S Never touch wiring posts or printed conductors on modules containg ESDs. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 19: Certificates, Directives And Declarations

    Low Voltage Directive The devices with AC power supply complies with the requirements of the EU Directive 73/23/EEC “Low-Voltage Directive.” Conformance with this standard has been verified according to EN 60950. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 20 This has been certified by the German society for the certification of quality management systems (DQS). EQ Net certificate no.: 1323 01 Software License Agreement The Box PC is shipped with the software already installed. Please observe the re- levant license agreements. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 21: Certification For The Usa, Canada And Autralia

    Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to standard C22.2. No. 950 (LR 81690) or to C22.2 No. 142 (LR 63533) Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to the American Standard UL 1950 (LR 81690) or to the UL 508 (LR 63533) NRTL SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 22 This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Avis Canadien Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Australia AS/NZS 3548 This product meets the requirements of the Norm. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 23: Transport

    PC. The PC must be allowed to reach room temperature slowly before you switch it on. If condensation has formed, you should wait approximately 12 hours before switching on the PC. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 24 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Important Information SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 1-10 A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 25: Welcome To The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Overview of Chapter In chapter you will find on page Port Side View Drive Side View Side View Bottom View Ports Drives Backup Battery 2-10 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 26: Port Side View

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Port Side View Figure 2-1 Ports Mouse PS/2 socket for connecting a PS/2 mouse. COM1 V.24 /MODEM /AG The COM 1 (TTY) port is used to connect, for example, S5 automation units (AG).
  • Page 27 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Ethernet RJ 45-Ethernet connector. Ethernet is a local network with a bus structure for data communication with a data transfer rate of 10 or 100 megabit per second (Mbps).
  • Page 28: Drive Side View

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Drive Side View Figure 2-2 Drive Side View Device Fan Here are openings for device ventilation. Caution The air venting slots for outgoing air must not be obstructed. Otherwise, there is a risk of overheating.
  • Page 29: Bottom View

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Bottom View Figure 2-3 Bottom View Equipotential Grounding The connection with the equipotential grounding on the system housing to the central earth terminal of the cabinet or the unit into which the computer is fitted, ensures that faults arising from external power supply cables, signalling cables or cables to peripheral units are diverted.
  • Page 30: Side View

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Side View Figure 2-4 Side View Mounting possibilities for the WinAC Backup Battery You can mount the SIMATIC WinAC CPU41x-2PCI backup battery here. Use the battery holder without a slot plate supplied with the WinAC module to do this.
  • Page 31: Ports

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Ports Front Ports The front ports are located behind the cover below the floppy disk drive. They are used for connection of the following front elements: S I/O port for the connection of front components...
  • Page 32: Drives

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Welcome to the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Drives The Box PC is equipped as standard with a 3.5” disk drive and a 3.5” hard disk drive. 2.6.1 Disk Drive You can store programs and data on diskettes with the disk drive and load them from diskettes into the Box PC.
  • Page 33: Cd Rom Or Dvd-Rom/Cd-Rw Drive

    2.6.3 CD ROM or DVD-ROM/CD-RW Drive Depending on the device equipment, a CD-ROM or a DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive is fitted in the SIMATIC Box PC 620. The fitting depth of the PC is increased by 20mm as a result. Operation When the open/close button is pressed, the tray is travelled out with a slight delay.
  • Page 34: Backup Battery

    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.
  • Page 35 Working with PC Cards 3-20 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to other SIMATIC S5 3-22 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S7 Network 3-26 (PROFIBUS/MPI) 3.10 Networking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 with Other Stations on...
  • Page 36: Unpacking And Checking The Scope Of Delivery

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Unpacking and Checking the Scope of Delivery Unpacking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Unpack your Box PC as follows: 1. Remove the Box PC from the packaging.
  • Page 37: Installing The Simatic Box Pc

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Installing the SIMATIC Box PC 620 The Box PC 620 can be operated in several fitting positions. It is particularly suitable for fitting in consoles, switch boards and control panels.
  • Page 38 Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Depending on the configuration of the device, two mounting brackets are included in the scope of delivery. You can attach these to the housing with 6 screws (M3x6).
  • Page 39 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 297.2 80.1 11.2 Figure 3-2 Dimension Drawings for Fitting in Control Panel with Installation Angle (Device without CD ROM Drive) SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 40 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 297.2 99.1 Figure 3-3 Dimension Drawings for Fitting in Control Panel with Installation Angle (Device with CD ROM Drive) SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 41 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 297.2 80.1 11.2 Figure 3-4 Dimension Drawings for Fitting in Control Panel without Installation Angle SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 42 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Permissible Fitting Positions of the PC to UL1950/EN60950/CSA22.2 No. 950 An inclined position of ± 20_ is allowed in each of the permissible fitting positions. Position 1 (Preferred Position)
  • Page 43 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Additional Permissible Fitting Positions of the PC to UL508/CSA 22.2 No. 142 An inclined position of $15_ is allowed in each of the permissible fitting positions.
  • Page 44: Preparing For Operation

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Preparing for Operation Connection to the Power Supply Unit Connection to power supply Inlet connector for non- heating appliances Figure 3-5 Connection to Power Supply (Inlet Connector for Non-Heating Appliances)
  • Page 45 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Equipotential Measures Low-impedance ground connections ensure that faults arising from external power supply cables, signalling cables or cables to peripheral units are diverted. Therefore connect the equipotential grounding connection on the system housing to the central earth terminal of the cabinet or the unit, into which the computer is fitted, in such a way that it has low impedance (large surface area, large contacts).
  • Page 46: Connecting Peripheral Devices

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting Peripheral Devices Notice When connecting peripheral units, ensure that the components have industrial capability. Connecting the Printer to the Parallel Port Proceed as follows to connect your printer: 1.
  • Page 47 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the Printer to the Serial Port You can also connect your printer to the SIMATIC Box PC using a serial COM port. You will find information on how to adapt and set your interface and which connect- ing cable you require in the description of your printer.
  • Page 48 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Using a Mouse You can connect both a PS/2-USB and a serial mouse to the Box PC. Connecting a PS/2 Mouse You can connect an external PS/2 mouse or another external pointing device to an additional PS/2-compatible mouse connector.
  • Page 49 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting a PS/2 Keyboard A PS/2 keyboard of your choice can be connected to the Box PC. PS/2 keyboard connection Figure 3-9 Connecting a PS/2 Keyboard To connect the keyboard, proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 50 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting Devices to an USB Interface You can connect single or multiple USB devices (mouse, keyboard or printer) to the USB interfaces. 1. Plug the USB device cable into one of the USB interfaces.
  • Page 51: Two Hard Disk Drives (Optional)

    Depending on your device configuration, two hard disk drives in 2.5” format are built into SIMATIC Box PC 620. The slave hard drive is not setup in order to enable data backup on this hard disk drive. Both hard disks are connected to the primary IDE Controller of the principal module as master and slave.
  • Page 52: Raid System (Optional)

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Raid system (optional) The system is configured as RAID1 (disk mirroring on two drives). The hard drives are operated on an IDE channel of the RAID Controller as masters. This way, the system can solve cable problems on a bus by itself and a high degree of fault tolerance is achieved for SIMATIC Box PC 620.
  • Page 53 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Logon in ”Promise Array Management” To obtain information on a hard disk failure during operation, you have to start the supplied SW tool Tool ”Promise Array Management” via a USER logon. This logon has to be performed each time you restart your PC.
  • Page 54: Working With Pc Cards

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Working with PC Cards PC Cards The PC card interface supports Cardbus-Cards (32 Bit) and PCMCIA-Cards (16 Bit). The Box PC has one PC card port. You can plug communication mod- ules for MODEM, FAX-MODEM, ISDN, Token Ring, ETHERNET, memory ex- pansion and SCSI interface modules in credit-card format into these ports.
  • Page 55 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Note Peak currents of 650 mA at 5 V based on 3 s are permitted! Examples of PCMCIA cards connected to PC card interface for Hard Disk...
  • Page 56: Connecting The Simatic Box Pc 620 To Other Simatic S5

    Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to other SIMATIC S5 Point-To-Point Connection In this section, you will learn how to connect your SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a programming device or S5 programmable logic controller using a point-to-point connection.
  • Page 57 Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to an S5 Programmable Logic Controller You can connect the Box PC to a SIMATIC S5 programmable logic controller using the COM1/TTY interface port.
  • Page 58 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting the SIMATIC Box PC 620 via an Adapter In order to maintain a data transfer rate of 9600 bps up to a distance of over...
  • Page 59 If you want to connect your Box PC to another programming device, you can plug the appropriate connecting cable into the V.24 or TTY interface port Tabelle 3-2 Connection of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to other PUs Interface Link...
  • Page 60: Connecting The Simatic Box Pc 620 To A Simatic S7 Network

    (PROFIBUS/MPI) Connecting an S7 Programmable Controller via PROFIBUS/MPI Interface You can connect the SIMATIC Box PC 620 to a SIMATIC S7 automation system or to a PROFIBUS network via the potentially isolated*) PROFIBUS/MPI port**). The MPI cable (5m) for connection to SIMATIC S7 CPUs (order no.: 6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0) is supplied with the SIMATIC Box PC 620.
  • Page 61 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Connecting Via the PROFIBUS/MPI interface, you can connect your PC to S MPI networks (S7-200, S7-300, and S7-400) or S PROFIBUS DP networks (DP components). PROFIBUS/MPI Network Up to 32 devices (PC, programming device, or programmable controller) can be connected to the PROFIBUS/MPI interface to form a network segment.
  • Page 62: Networking The Simatic Box Pc 620 With Other Stations On Profibus

    Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 3.10 Networking the SIMATIC Box PC 620 with Other Stations on PROFIBUS Networking the Box PC on PROFIBUS PROFIBUS is an open and robust bus system for industrial use. It can be used to configure networks with up to 32 stations per segment.
  • Page 63: Ethernet (Rj45 Ethernet Interface)

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 3.11 Ethernet (RJ45 Ethernet Interface) Networking Box PC via RJ45 Ethernet Interface The RJ45 Ethernet interface is a Twisted-Pair (TP) Interface for data transfer rates of 10/100 Mbaud. This on-board interface is compatible with Intel pro/100+ PCI Adapters.
  • Page 64: Connection Under Windows

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Box PC 620 3.12 Connection under Windows Windows supports point-to-point connections via the LPT or COM port. The connecting cables are standard, commercially available products. More information is available in the Networks section of the Windows description and in the online Help system under “Connection to Another Computer”.
  • Page 65: Simatic Box Pc 620 Expansions

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions What Does This Chapter Contain? You can enhance the performance of your Box PC by adding additional memory. This chapter describes how to expand your PC. Please observe the relevant safety guidelines.
  • Page 66: Opening The Unit

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Opening the Unit 4.1.1 Prerequisites The device is designed for easy maintenance so that any work that is necessary can be done quickly and at low cost. Caution The electronic components on the printed circuit boards are extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge.
  • Page 67 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Before Opening the Unit Note the following rules before opening the unit: S 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 left-hand side panel of the unit.
  • Page 68: Opening The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.1.2 Opening the SIMATIC Box PC 620 To open the Box PC, proceed as follows: 1. Pull out the power supply connector, and remove all connecting cables from the unit, including the keyboard cable.
  • Page 69: Components Visible After Opening The Unit

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.1.3 Components Visible After Opening the Unit Components Once you have removed the top cover of your unit, the components are visible. Floppy drive Power supply unit Bus board Memory extension...
  • Page 70: The Motherboard

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.1.4 The Motherboard The motherboard is the heart of the Box PC. Here, data is processed and stored, and interfaces and device I/Os are controlled and managed. Figure 4-3 Motherboard...
  • Page 71 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Components on the Motherboard The following components are located on the motherboard of the Box PC 620 V2: Number Functions Processor module with heat sink IDE connector for CD-ROM IDE connector for 2.5 “ hard disk...
  • Page 72: Installing Memory Expansion Submodules

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Installing Memory Expansion Submodules Standard Memory The motherboard has 2 slots for 144 pin SO DIMM memory submodules. This allows you to expand the memory capacity of your Box PC 620 to a maximum of 512 Mbytes.
  • Page 73 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Caution The electronic components of the printed circuit boards are extremely sensitive to electrostatic discharge. Certain precautionary measures are therefore necessary when handling such components. These measures are explained in the guidelines for handling electrostatically sensitive devices at the end of this manual.
  • Page 74: Replacing The Backup Battery

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Replacing the Backup Battery Battery Power Supply for Real-Time Clock and Configuration A backup battery (3.6 V-lithium battery) powers the the real-time clock even after the device is switched off. In addition to the time of day, all the information about the Box PC (device configuration) is stored in RAM.
  • Page 75 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Backup battery Figure 4-5 Position of the Backup Battery Caution Risk of damage! Only replace the lithium battery with an identical battery or with a type recommended by the manufacturer (Order No.: W79084-E1003-B1).
  • Page 76: Installation Of Expansion Cards

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Installation of Expansion Cards Notes about the Cards The Box PC is designed for the use with cards as per the AT/PCI specification.The dimensions of the cards may not exceed the stated dimensions. If the height is ex- ceeded, contact problems, malfunctions and difficulties with the assembly cannot be excluded.
  • Page 77 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 174,63 mm 6,875” Figure 4-8 Short PCI Cards (5 V) 265 mm 10,48 ” Figure 4-9 Long PCI Cards (5 V) SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 4-13 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 78: Removal And Installation Of The Device For Holding Down The Modules

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.4.1 Removal and Installation of the Device for Holding Down the modules The holding down the module is used to fix modules and guarantee safe transport/ contact. Shock and vibration especially affect long and heavy modules. For this type of modules it is advisable to use the holding down the module device.
  • Page 79 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Note The slide elements are in the enclosed plastic bag. Aligning the Holding-Down Device Proceed as follows to install the holding-down device. 1. Insert the slide element through the guide slit until it is resting firmly on the module.
  • Page 80: Removal And Installation Of An Expansion Card

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.4.2 Removal and Installation of an Expansion Card Proceed as follows: 1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1. 2. Remove all connectors from the expansion card and note the assignment.
  • Page 81: Removal And Installation Of Drives

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of Drives 4.5.1 Removal and Installation of the Hard Disk Drive Removing 3,5 “ drives 1. Undo the 4 screws on the back of the housing. 2. Open the drive holder.
  • Page 82 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Figure 4-13 Hard Disk Drive with Holder Removed 6. Proceed in the reverse order to fit the new drive. The new drive must be of the same type as the one removed.
  • Page 83: Removal And Installation Of A Cd Rom Drive

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.5.2 Removal and Installation of a CD ROM Drive Depending on the device equipment, a CD ROM drive is installed in the Box PC. 1. Undo the 2 screws on the back of the housing.
  • Page 84: Removal And Installation Of The Floppy Drive

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.5.3 Removal and Installation of the Floppy Drive 1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1. 2. Remove the drive holder as described in Section 4.5.1. 3. Release the interlock of the controller flex-lead on the motherboard and pull the flex-lead out of the connector assembly.
  • Page 85: Removal And Installation Of The Power Supply Unit

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Power Supply Unit 1. Open the system housing as described in Section 4.1. 2. Remove the drive holder as described in Section 4.5.1. 3. Undo and remove the 3 screws of the cover of the power supply unit from the housing 4.
  • Page 86: Removal And Installation Of The Bus Board

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Bus Board 1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1. 2. Remove all the modules from the slots (proceed as described in Section 4.4.2).
  • Page 87: Removal And Installation Of The Motherboard

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Motherboard 1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1. 2. Remove all the modules from the slots (proceed as described in Section 4.4.2). 3. Remove the drive holder as described in Section 4.5.1.
  • Page 88: Removal And Installation Of The Device Fan

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions Removal and Installation of the Device Fan The Box PC is cooled by means of a fan which sucks hot air out of the housing. 1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.
  • Page 89: Processor Change

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.10 Processor Change Proceed as follows to exchange the processor: 1. Pull out the fan cable plug. 2. Remove the cooling unit which is fixed using a lifting lever. 3. Then push the lever in the direction of the arrows (1) and swing it upwards as far as it will go (2).
  • Page 90: Reset Button

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation SIMATIC Box PC 620 Expansions 4.11 Reset Button A hardware reset is initiated by means of the reset button on your device. The PC is restarted. In the Box PC the reset button is on the drive side beside the floppy drive. The re- set button can be only actuated with a thin pen (e.g.
  • Page 91: Configuring The Simatic Box Pc 620

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 What Does This Chapter Contain? In this chapter, you will learn how to configure your programming device. You need to do this if you change your system by adding, removing, or exchanging expansion modules and memory expansions, or by replacing a system module.
  • Page 92: Changing The Device Configuration With Bios Setup

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Changing the Device Configuration with BIOS SETUP Changing the Device Configuration Your Box PC device configuration is set for working with the software supplied with the unit. You should only change the preset values if you have modified your Box PC in any way or if a fault occurs when the unit is powered up.
  • Page 93 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Screen Display Following Power On With the default setting of your PC, the display shown below appears following power-on: Phoenix BIOS 4.0 A5E00123801–ES02 Copyright 1985-2001 Phoenix Technologies Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 94 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Menu Structure The screen is divided into four sections. In the top section, you can select the menu screens [Main], [Advanced], [Security], [Power], [Boot Sequence], [Version], [Exit]. In the left of the center section you can select various settings or submenus.
  • Page 95: The Main Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.1 The Main Menu PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help [ 15:35:32 ] System Time: [ 03/12/2002 ] System Date: <Tab>, <Shift-Tab>,...
  • Page 96 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 System Time und System Date Uhrzeit und Datum System Time and System Date indicate the current values. Once you have selected the appropriate option, you can use the [+] and [–] keys to modify the time...
  • Page 97 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Primary Master Primary Slave Secondary Master/ Secondary Slave The system jumps to the following submenu when you select this type of menu field: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Primary Master [20496 MB]...
  • Page 98 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 “Multi Sector-Transfer” Field The entry in the Multi-Sector Transfer field defines the number of sectors transferred per interrupt. The value depends on the drive and should be set only by setting the Type field to Auto.
  • Page 99 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ”Memory Cache” Submenu The following pop-up menu appears when you select the submenu “Memory cache” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Item Specific Help System Time: [ 15:35:32 ]...
  • Page 100 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ”Boot Options” Submenu The following submenu appears when you select the option “Boot Options” in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Boot Options Item Specific Help QuickBoot Mode:...
  • Page 101 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Floppy check The floppy head is stepped inward and then back to its original position during the system run-up phase. This test is useful because it reinitializes the drive.
  • Page 102 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 “Keyboard Features” Submenu The following submenu appears if you select the “Keyboard Features” field in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Keyboard Features Item Specific Help NumLock: Selects Power-On state...
  • Page 103 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ”Hardware Options” Submenu The following submenu appears when you select the “Hardware Options” field in the main menu: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Hardware Options Item Specific Help Enable or disable the Enabled PCI –...
  • Page 104 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Entry Meaning [Disabled] Cardbus / Disables the Cardbus / PCMCIA interfaces. PCMCIA Slot [Enabled] The resources are managed by the BIOS PCI plug and play mechanism. [Enabled] SafeCard On board monitoring functions are enabled.
  • Page 105: The Advanced Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.2 The Advanced Menu Menu Structure PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help Setup Warning Setting items on this menu to incorrect values may...
  • Page 106 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Local Bus IDE [Primary] Primary IDE interface for max. two drives is adapter activated. [Secondary] Secondary IDE interface for max. two drives is activated. [Both] Both IDE interfaces for max. four drives are activated.
  • Page 107 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Printer Port Internal LPT1 Mode: Use this setting to set the operating mode of the printer interface. Refer to the table below to ensure that the setting matches the printer connected to the printer port.
  • Page 108 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 ”PCI Devices” Submenu If the PCI devices field is selected, the following submenu appears: PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Advanced Item Specific Help PCI Devices, Slot #1 Option Rom Scan [Enabled]...
  • Page 109 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Submenu “PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion” Available means that the Plug and Play mechanism in BIOS can allocate the IRQ to Plug and Play submodules or motherboard functions. Use the ’Reserved’ setting only if the interrupt has to be assigned specifically to PCMCIA submodules with no Plug and Play capability.
  • Page 110 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 “PCI IRQ line” Field PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Advanced PCI Configuration Item Specific Help PCI Device, Slot #1 Reserves the specified IRQ for use by legacy PCI Device, Slot #2...
  • Page 111 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Submenu “Video Adapter Settings” PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Advanced Video Adapter Settings Item Specific Help Frame Buffer Size: [8 MB] On board video adapter buffer size, which is sha- [2x]...
  • Page 112: The Security Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.3 The Security Menu Summary You can only edit the fields enclosed in square brackets. You can assign two passwords to protect your PC from unauthorized use. With the supervisor password, the setup access can be restricted or denied to normal users.
  • Page 113 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Fixed disk boot [Normal] All types of hard-disk access are permitted. Sector [Write protect] No operating system can be installed. This is a way of protecting against boot viruses.
  • Page 114: The Power Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.4 The Power Menu Summary This menu has the following structure. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Security Main Advanced Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help APM: [Enabled] [Disabled Power Savings:...
  • Page 115: The Boot Sequence Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.5 The Boot Sequence Menu Summary This menu allows you to prioritize the boot devices. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help...
  • Page 116 Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Groups marked + can contain more than one device. When you select a group marked in this way, hit Enter to view the list of devices in the group. See the figure...
  • Page 117: The Version Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.6 The Version Menu This menu contains the information you will have to quote when you send us technical questions about your system. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security...
  • Page 118: The Exit Menu

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.7 The Exit Menu The Exit Menu The setup program is always terminated using this menu. PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility Main Advanced Security Power Boot Sequence Version Exit Item Specific Help...
  • Page 119: Default Setup Settings

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 5.1.8 Default Setup Settings Documenting Your Device Configuration If you have made any modifications to the default Setup settings, you can enter them in the following table. You can then refer to these entries if you need to make any hardware modifications later.
  • Page 120 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Systemparameter Default Settings YourEntries LCD Screensize Expanded DSTN Contrast PS2 Mouse Enabled Advanced COM/LPT Configuration Internal COM1 Enabled Base I/O address Interupt IRQ4 Internal COM2 Enabled Base I/O address...
  • Page 121 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Configuring the SIMATIC Box PC 620 Systemparameter Default Settings YourEntries Video Adapter Settings Frame Buffer Size 8 MB AGP Rate Default Primary Video Adapter Security Supervisor Password Is Disabled User Password Is Disabled Set Supervisor Password...
  • Page 122: Configuring The Pc Card

    S Card Services S Client Drivers S Flash File System from the nearest Siemens sales office or representative. Your PC comes supplied with Windows 98 / NT4 / 2000 / XP already installed; this supports the PC Card interface. After configuration, the computer must be rebooted.
  • Page 123: Error Diagnosis

    No Mouse Pointer Appears on the Screen The Clock Time and/or the Date in Your PC Is Incorrect USB-Device does not function An Error Message Appears on the Screen Diagnostic Messages (Port 80) SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 124: Problems When Using Modules From Other Manufacturers

    – If the PC still crashes, you must contact your technical support team. – If the error no longer occurs, the module you used from another manufactu- rer was the cause of the fault. Replace this module with a Siemens module, or contact the module supplier.
  • Page 125: The Monitor Remains Dark

    S Switch on the monitor and the system unit. Note If the monitor screen still remains dark after these checks and measures have been carried out, please contact your technical support team. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 126: The Screen Display Does Not Appear Or Drifts

    S Switch on your PC. Note If the mouse pointer still does not appear on the screen after you have performed these checks and measures, please contact your technical support team. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 127: The Clock Time And/Or The Date In Your Pc Is Incorrect

    The USB port is not recognized by the operating system. It is only supported by Windows Me, Windows 2000 and Windows XP at the present time. In addition, the BIOS setup can be controlled by a USB keyboard. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 128: An Error Message Appears On The Screen

    Monitor type does not match The monitor does not match the SETUP entries. CMOS Adapt the SETUP entries to the monitor. Run SETUP System timer error Hardware error Contact your technical support team. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 129 Industry Automation Error Diagnosis Error Message on the Screen Meaning/Suggestion Real time clock error Clock chip error Contact your technical support team. Keyboard controller error Keyboard error Contact your technical support team. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 130: Diagnostic Messages (Port 80)

    Error occurs when reading the MPI system information: please turn to your customer support. 4x short MPI EPROM is programmed for the first time. 1x long 5 x short Ethernet Error: please turn to your customer support. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 131 TP_CPU_CACHE_ON Switch on the cache TP_FDISK_INIT Initialize the hard disk TP_8742_INIT Initialize the keyboard controller TP_DMA_INIT Initialize the DMA blocks TP_RESET_PIC Reset the interrupt controller TP_COMPUTE_SPEED Determine the clock pulse speed SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 132 TP_FAST_ZERO Delete extended memory TP_MULTBOOT_INIT Initialize MultiBoot TP_ERROR_MSGS Display post error TP_TEST_CONFIG Consistency check of configuration data TP_HW_INTS Set the IRQ vectors TP_COPROC Check whether the CO processor is present SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 6-10 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 133 Check virus and backup reminders and the summary screen output TP_FDISK_FAST_INIT Configure the local bus timing register based on the drives attached to it TP_PREPARE_BOOT Prepare the boot TP_INT19 Boot via Interrupt 19 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 6-11 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 134 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Error Diagnosis SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 6-12 A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 135: Hardware Information

    System Resources Monitoring Functions Ports 7-13 Bus Unit 7-34 Power Supply Unit with 85W Leistungsabgabe (AC and DC) 7-41 Power Supply Unit with 105W Leistungsabgabe (AC and DC) 7-42 Connecting Cables 7-43 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 136: Current Requirement Of The Components (Maximum Values)

    11A, if the total power consumption is not exceeded 3A, if the total power consumption is not exceeded 15A for 5 sec. 4A for 5 sec are generated on the Bus board from -12V SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 137: Overview Of The Components And Ports

    COM1/25 pins TTY * and V24 COM2/9 pins. Standard TTY * Communication with SIMATIC S5-CPUs Range up to 1000 m Parallel Standard, bidirectional, EPP and 25 pin subminiature Cannon ECP mode connector SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 138: System Resources

    Basic function Basic function function function from 0000 000F DMA Controller 0010 001F Motherboard Resources 0020 0021 Programable Interrupt controller 0022 003F Motherboard Resources 0040 0043 System Timer 0044 005F Motherboard Resources SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 139 Secondary EIDE channel 0378 037F LPT 1 available if disabled in SETUP 0380 03AF unused 03B0 03BB S3 Graphics Pro Savage DDR 03BC 03BF reserved 03C0 03DF S3 Graphics Pro Savage DDR SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 140 Fast Ethernet LAN on Motherbo- 1040 107F USB Universal Host Controller 1080 108F VIA Bus Master EIDE Controller 1090 10B7 Raidcontroller 4000 404F Motherboard resources 8100 8157 Motherboard resources FD00 FEFF Cardbus Controller SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 141 USB 1.1 Controller A cannot be disabled USB 1.1 Controller B cannot be disabled PCI – MPI/DP These functions can be disabled. The allocated resources become free as a result. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 142 Abhängig vom 512MB – top of memory are reserved for Speicherausbau 16MB USB. 2000 0000 FFF7 FFFF PCI Memory address area For PCI expansion cards FFF8 0000 FFFF FFFF Firmware HUB SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 143: Monitoring Functions

    Signals on the Front Interface The meaning of the indicators is as follows: GREEN Watchdog Watchdog not Watchdog active Watchdog executed active Temp Inside temperature Inside temperature normal outside the permissible range. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 144: Temperature Monitoring/Indication

    The temperature error remains saved until the temperature thresholds are again exceeded and are reset by one of the following measures: S Acknowledge the error message via the SOM program S Restarting the device. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-10 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 145: Watchdog (Wd)

    The monitoring times are adjustable in increments of one second in a range from 3 to 255 seconds. Note If the watchdog time is changed after the watchdog was activated (i.e., while the watchdog is running), the watchdog is retriggered! SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-11 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 146: Fan Monitoring

    The temperature error remains stored until the cause of the fan failure has been corrected in one of the following ways: S Acknowledgement of the error message via the SOM program. S Device restart. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-12 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 147: Ports

    9 pin, standard socket, potentially isolated port Ethernet external X500 RJ45 external 3B0h-3BFh, 3C0h-3CFh, 3D0h-3DFh, can be disabled IRQ9, edge-triggered 15 pin, standard socket PCCard/CardBus external X700 3E0h-3E1h port 100 pin SMD plinth SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-13 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 148 Isolated current source DTR (S1) Data terminal ready Output -TTY TxD TTY send Output RI (M3) Incoming call Input 23-25 Unassigned The line current (TTY) interface is an optional product feature. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-14 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 149 GND (E2) Functional ground (reference potential) DSR (M1) Readiness for operation Input RTS (S2) Switch on transmitter Output CTS (M2) Ready to transmit status Input RI (M3) Incoming call Input SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-15 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 150 Output (open collector) / ERROR Device error Input (4,7 kW pull up) / INIT Reset / Initialization Output (open collector) / SELECT IN Printer selection Output (open collector) 18 - 25 Ground SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-16 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 151 Figure 7-5 Connector Pinout for an External Keyboard Connecting Cable Pin-No. Designation Description Input / Output Data line, keyboard Input/output Unassigned Ground P5VFK +5V ( fused) Output Clock line, keyboard Input/output Unassigned SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-17 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 152 - Data Data line Input / Output + Data Data line Input / Output Ground The connector is of type A. The port is rated as a high current USB (500mA). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-18 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 153 Signal line A of the MPI module Input/output RTS_PG RTS output signal of the MPI module. The Output control signal is “1” when the programming device is sending. Screen on connector casing Optional product feature SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-19 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 154 Internal 75 Ω output 4, 5 * SYMR Received data Input Internal 75 Ω output 7, 8 * SYMT Shield LED green Connection LED yellow Activity * is not necessary for data transfer SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-20 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 155 5 V (fused) Output Ground Unassigned DDC_DAT Display Data Channel Data Input / Output EXT_H Horizontal synchronizing Output pulse EXT_V Vertical synchronizing pulse Output DDC_CLK Display Data Channel Clock Input / Output SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-21 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 156: Assignment Of The Front Ports On The Motherboard

    The display is selected and the D-STN/TFT signals allocated automatically in accordance with the coding of the Display Select inputs. The maximum cable length is 50 cm with a display clock rate of 25 MHz. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-22 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 157 Signal Blue Bit 4 Lower Data Bit 4 Signal Blue Bit 5 (MSB) VCON Contrast voltage Data enable ENAB Data enable DispOn Display On DispOn Display On Res. Reserved Res. Reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-23 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 158 LVDS output signal bit 2 (-) Output RXIN2+ LVDS output signal bit 2 (+) Output Ground Ground RXCLKIN- LVDS clock pulse (-) Output RXCLKIN+ LVDS clock pulse (+) Output Ground Ground Reserved Reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-24 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 159 No display / DDC selec- ted display SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-25 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 160 Output 1kΩ in series on motherboard RUN_R LED watchDog error, anode with 1kΩ Output in series on motherboard RUN_G LED watchdog o.k., anode with 1kΩ Output in series on motherboard SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-26 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 161: Assignment Of The Internal Ports On The Motherboard

    26 pin, socket for flex-lead (notebook connection) 3.5” hard disk internal 170h-177h, 1F0h-1F7h, can be disabled IRQ14, IRQ15, edge-triggered 40 pin, 2.54mm male connector (3.5” HD, primary), a maximum of two drives are operable SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-27 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 162 The -5V voltage is not provided for in the power supply and is produced from the -12V on the bus unit via in-phase voltage control. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-28 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 163 Power failure early warning alarm alarm P12V +12V P12V +12V V_DC for processor module V_DC for processor module N12V -12V N12V -12V P3V3 +3.3V P3V3 +3.3V P3V3 +3.3V P3V3 +3.3V SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-29 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 164 Pin no. Designation Description PS_NAU_N Power failure early warning alarm PS_PWROK Power Good Signal Ground Ground Ground N12V –12V Ground Ground Ground P12V +12V P12V +12V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V +3.3V SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-30 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 165 The secondary IDE port is intended for the connection of a CD ROM. It is adaptable via a 44 pin 2mm latching connector. The maximum connection length of the data cables may not exceed 40cm. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-31 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 166 CS1_N Chip Select 1 CS1_N Chip Select 1 CS3_N Chip Select 3 CS3_N Chip Select 3 HDACT_N HD active HDACT_N HD active +5V power supply +5V power supply reserved reserved SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-32 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 167 The battery for the standby supply to the CMOS RAM is connected to this connection. A 3.6 V lithium battery with a capacity of 750 mAh is used. Pin No. Designation Description Input / Output Positive pole Input – Negative pole – SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-33 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 168: Bus Board

    ISA /PCI slot. The expansion modules are powered via the link between the bus board and the motherboard. Figure 7-10 Bus Board Slot 1 shared Slot 2 A31 C1 Slot 1 Figure 7-11 Slot assignment on the Bus Board SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-34 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 169: Assignment Of The Pci Irq Lines To The Pci Slots

    To set a reserved interrupt at slot 2, you first need to disable the Cardbus in the BIOS. This makes the PCI interrupt line B exclusively available for slot 2. * For information on how to disable motherboard functions, refer to the chapter 5.1.2. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-35 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 170 Interrupts not reserved by the system can be assigned twice. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-36 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 171: Isa Slot Pin Assignment

    IRQ 3 SA 05 reserved SA 04 SA 03 BALE SA 02 + 5V SA 01 SA 00 I/O determines the direction of the signals for the CPU board. low active SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-37 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 172 CPU for system bus access send and receive these signals. A minus sign “-” in front of the signal name shows that the signal is LOW active. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-38 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 173: Pci Slot Pin Assignment

    +3.3V Ground FRAME# IRDY# Ground +3.3V TRDY# DEVSEL# Ground Ground STOP# LOCK# +3.3V PERR# SDONE +3.3V SBO# SERR# Ground +3.3V C/BE[1]# AD[15] AD[14] +3.3V Ground AD[13] AD[12] AD[11] AD[10] Ground SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-39 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 174 PCI Socket PCI Slot 1 shared ISA PCI Slot Pin No. clk (slot 1) clk (slot2) inta# intb# intc# intd# intb# intc# intd# inta# req1 req0 gnt1 gnt0 ad29 ad30 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-40 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 175: Power Supply With 85W Power Output (Ac And Dc)

    100 ... 500 ms hold–up time 20 ms minimum (AC), 7 ms minimum (DC) save time 1 ms mimimum Figure 7-12 Time Characteristics of the Power Good Signal SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-41 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 176: Power Supply With 105W Power Output (Ac And Dc)

    +5 V secondary voltage POWER GOOD preset time 100 ... 500 ms hold–up time 20 ms minimum save time 1 ms mimimum Figure 7-13 Time Characteristics of the Power Good Signal SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-42 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 177: Connecting Cables

    Figure 7-14 SIMATIC S5 Standard Connecting Cable SIMATIC S7 Connecting Cable for MPI/DP You can use the 6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0 connecting cable to connect your Box PC to a SIMATIC S7 programmable controller. Please read the notes in Chapter 3. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-43 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 178 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Hardware Information SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 7-44 A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 179: Reinstallation Of The Software

    Installation of the Windows Operating System Installing Drivers and Software 8-12 8.3.1 Reinstalling the RAID Controller driver 8-12 8.3.2 Installing the RAID Controller software 8-13 8.3.3 Installing and Operating the Burner Software 8-14 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 180: Restoring The Hard Disk

    DOS partition and do you want this partition to be activated?” select “[N]” for No for a FAT 32 partition and then enter the desired partition size, for example, 6100 MB. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 181: Creating Partitions Under Windows Nt

    The hard disk is delivered with the following installed (only for versions delivered with Windows NT): – a partition of with the FAT16 file system with 2045 Mbytes, – a partition of with the NTFS file system. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 182: Creating Partitions Under Windows 2000/Xp Professional

    The hard disk is delivered with the following installed: – a partition with the FAT32 file system , – a partition with NTFS file system. To restore the partition to its delivery state, proceed as follows: SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 183 Create an extended DOS partition for the rest of the disk space. Under Windows 2000/XP the FAT 32 file system can be converted to an NTFS file system with the “Format” function. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 184: Installing The Windows Operating System

    If the hard disk has not been installed, first select “2. Boot for FDISK, FORMAT or Windows-Setup (Section 8.1). 5. You have to acknowledge the “SIEMENS End User License Agreement” with the F8 function key. Pressing ESC allows you to decline the agreement and cancels the installation.
  • Page 185: Installing The Recovery Cd For Microsoft Windows Nt

    9. After having started setup.exe please follow the screen instructions. 8.2.2 Installing the Recovery CD for Microsoft Windows NT This CD contains encoded data which can only be transferred to a SIEMENS SIMATIC PC. Data transfer is carried out with the OEMSETUP.EXE program on the CD ROM or, after booting, from the CD-ROM with the recovery function.
  • Page 186: Installing The Recovery Cd For Microsoft Windows 2000

    8.2.3 Installing the Recovery CD for Microsoft Windows 2000 This CD contains encoded files which can only be transferred to a SIEMENS SIMATIC PC. Data transfer is made with the OEMSETUP.EXE program on the CD ROM, or after booting from the CD ROM with the recovery function.
  • Page 187 If the hard disk has not been installed, first select “2. Boot for FDISK, FORMAT or Windows-Setup (Section 8.1). 5. You have to acknowledge the “SIEMENS End User License Agreement” with the F8 function key. Pressing ESC allows you to decline the agreement and cancels the installation.
  • Page 188: Installing The Recovery Cd For Microsoft Windows Xp

    ”Menus and dialogs”> tab ”Input locales”, box ”Input language”. 8.2.4 Installing the Recovery CD for Microsoft Windows XP This CD contains encoded files which can only be transferred to a SIEMENS SIMATIC PC. Data transfer is made with the OEMSETUP.EXE program on the CD ROM, or after booting from the CD ROM with the recovery function.
  • Page 189 Industry Automation Reinstallation of the Software 5. You have to acknowledge the “SIEMENS End User License Agreement” with the F8 function key. Pressing ESC allows you to decline the agreement and cancels the installation. 6. In the next screen you can select the components which are to be copied from the CD to the hard disk.
  • Page 190: Installing Drivers And Software

    Notes on Windows 2000/XP When reinstalling Windows 2000/XP, you have to select the driver Win2000 Promise FastTrack 100 TX2/TX4 (tm) Controller or WinXP Promise FastTrack 100 TX2/TX4 (tm) Controller from the suggested list. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-12 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 191: Installing And Operating The Raid Controller Software

    The redundant system state RAID 1 is reached again only after synchronization is completed. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-13 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 192: Installing And Operating The Burner Software

    Installing and Operating the Burner Software A burner software is not installed in the delivery condition. You will find instructions on installing and operating the burner software on the supplied CD ROM for the burner software. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual 8-14 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 193 Guidelines for handling electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD) Overview of chapter In chapter you will find on page What does ESD mean? Electrostatic charging Basic protective measures against discharge of static electricity SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 194 The damage which arises in a assembly as a result of overvoltage cannot usually be detected immediately, but only becomes apparent after a lengthy operating period. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 195 3 antistatic material, e.g. wood or concrete 5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 rel. humidity in % Figure A-1 Electrostatic voltages which an operator can be charged with SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 196 If you have to perform measurements on an assembly, discharge your body by touching a grounded metallic object before carrying out the work. Use only grounded measuring instruments. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 197 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Technical Specifications SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 198: Technical Specifications Of The Simatic Box Pc

    Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Technical Specifications Technical Specifications of the SIMATIC Box PC 620 General Order nos. See order documentation Dimensions (w x h x d) 295x265x80 mm, without CD-ROM drive 295x265x100 mm, with CD-ROM drive Weight approx. 6kg (13.5 lbs.)
  • Page 199 **) Restrictions for CD ROM /CD RW /DVD 10 to 58 Hz: 0.019 mm, 58 to 500 Hz: 2.5 m/s The burning operation with the CD RW/DVD drive is only permissible in an untroubled environment SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 200 CD ROM access (on the CD ROM drive, if fitted) The line current (TTY) interface is an optional product feature Optional product feature Electrical isolation through an extra-low voltage safety circuit (SELV) SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 201: Glossary

    This chapter contains a glossary in which you will find a list of the terminology used in conjunction with the SIMATIC range of personal computers and programming devices and a brief explanation of each of the terms. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-1 A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 202 The authorization can be saved on the aithorization diskette again by the menu command Start > Simatic > AuthorsW. Authorization Diskette The authorization disk contains the authorization required by the re-installation of a software. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-2 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 203 Booting Loading operation which transfers the operating system to the main memory. The speed (in bits per second) with which information is transmitted over a data link. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-3 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 204 The configuration software updates the device configuration when new modules are installed. This is done either by copying the configuration files supplied with the module or by manual configuration using the configuration utility. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-4 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 205 SETUP program. Disk Drive The disk drive (floppy disk drive) is used to store programs and data on diskette (write access) or to load from diskette to the computer (read access). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-5 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 206 GB. Digital video discs can be double-sided with a maximum storage of 17 GB per disc. A digital video disc player is needed to read digital video discs; this player is equipped to read older optical storage technologies. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-6 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 207 Formatting divides the memory area on a magnetic data medium into tracks and sectors. Formatting deletes all the data on a data medium. Every data medium must be formatted before it is used for the first time. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-7 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 208 HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the protocol used to carry requests from a browser to a Web server and to transport pages from Web servers back to the requesting browser. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-8 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 209 This routine processes an instruction set to deal with the particular situation that caused the interrupt. Interrupts can be generated by various hardware devices to request service or report problems. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-9 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 210 A keyboard is the collection of keys which are used to input data, text, characters, letters, numbers, special characters, and control commands in a computer. The keyboard forms the input interface between the user and the computer. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-10 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 211 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). SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-11 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 212 Network Link between programming devices and programmable controllers by means of interface modules, physical cables, and the corresponding software to allow data exchange between the devices. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-12 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 213 The programming devices have one parallel interface (LPT1). Password Unique sequence of characters that is entered for user identification. See Access Protection. Personal computer SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-13 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 214 Used to connect a programming device. Some CPUs are optionally equipped with two PG links. Pixel Pix Element (picture point). The pixel represents the smallest element that can be reproduced on-screen or on a printer. SIMATIC S5 programmable logic controller SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-14 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 215 (for example, S7-200, S7-300, S7-400) consist of one or more CPUs and various I/O modules. Programmable Controller (AS) This programmable controller (PLC) consists of the central unit, a CPU and of diverse I/O modules. Pull-Down Menu See Drop-Down Menu SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-15 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 216 Small Computer System Interface. Interface for connecting SCSI devices (hard disk drives, CD-ROM drives). Serial Interface Data is transmitted one bit at a time via a serial interface (port); serial interfaces are therefore slower than parallel interfaces. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-16 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 217 This is a software package which represents the basis for all other STEP 5 software packages. With the programming device (PG), this package is used to program programmable logic controllers of the SIMATIC S5 family. The language used is known as STEP 5. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-17 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 218 The Touchpad is used in many programs (with mouse control) as an input device for cursor control and menu operation. The Touchpad works with touch-sensitive sensors. The cursor can be moved over the screen with the touch of a finger. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-18 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 219 It is assigned to a programmable module (for example, CPU, FM) and can be split into smaller blocks (modules). Video Graphics Array. Industrial standard graphics adapter for use with any commonly used software. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-19 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 220 HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol). Working Memory The memory in which a program is stored which can be processed. Also known as main memory. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-20 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
  • Page 221 S Write protection for files; this type of write protection is stored in the computer and is allocated by the system manager. S Floppy disk write protection; for 3 1/2 in. diskettes by opening the write protection hole. Another name for Windows 2000. SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Glossary-21 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com...
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  • Page 223: Index

    Floppy disk drive, 4-5 Creating Partitions removal and installation, 4-20 under Microsoft Windows 200, 8-4 Front Ports, 2-4, 2-7 under Microsoft Windows 98, 8-2 Further Support, v Current Requirement, components, 7-2 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-1 A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...
  • Page 224 RAID Controller software, 8-13 Memory submodules, 4-8 Raid system, 3-18 Monitoring functions, 7-9 Fan Monitoring, 7-12 Temperature Monitoring, 7-10 Watchdog, 7-11 Motherboard, 4-6 removal and installation, 4-23 Mounting the PC, 3-4 Mouse, 2-2 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-2 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 225 Side View, 2-6 WinAC Backup Battery, 2-6 Slave hard disk, 3-17 Standards, iii Starting SETUP, 5-2 Switching off the PC, 3-11 Switching on the PC, 3-11 XT Cards, 4-12 System Resources, 7-4 SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-3 A5E00131465-03 HongKong|UK|China sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182...
  • Page 226 Aotewell Ltd www.aotewell.com Industry Automation Index SIMATIC Box PC 620 Manual Index-4 A5E00131465-03 sales@aotewell.com +86-755-8660-6182 HongKong|UK|China...