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    Operating Instructions 11/2012 SICLOCK TC100 Plant Central Clock SICLOCK...

  • Page 2: Operating Instructions

    Preface, Table of Contents Safety instructions ® Description SICLOCK TC100 Hardware description Plant Central Clock Operation planning Mounting Operating Instructions Connection Configuration Tool Parameter assignment Parameter assignment and operation of the device Parameter table Service and maintenance Messages Technical data...

  • Page 3: Safety Notices

    Registered Trademarks All designations with the trademark symbol ® are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. Other designa- tions in this documentation may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes can vio- late the rights of the owner.

  • Page 4: Preface

    Configuration Tool version 1.0 or higher. Recycling and disposal Die The SICLOCK TC100 is low in contaminants and can therefore be recycled. For ecologically compatible recycling and disposal of your old device, contact a certificated disposal service for electronic scrap.

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    Preface Preface-4 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    2-12 Layout of the SICLOCK TC100 hardware ....External synchronization ........

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    Parameter table..........10-83 Contents-6 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

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    Index ............Index-119 Contents-7 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

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    Table of Contents Contents-8 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 10: Safety Instructions

    Contact your technical support team or where you purchased your PC to find out which system expansion devices may safely be installed. Caution If you install or exchange system expansions and damage your device, the war- ranty becomes void. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Failures or damage to your overall system Unauthorized persons can gain entry into your network via the Ethernet ports and make changes to the SICLOCK TC100 parameterization. This can result in the time being adjusted. Individual or even all clients to be synchronized can be remo- ved from the synchronization cycle.

  • Page 12: Siemens Ag 2010 All Rights Reserved

    Always pull the mains connector before you install or remove modules which are sensitive to ESD. Handle modules fitted with ESDs by their edges only. Do not touch any pins. 1-11 © Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100...

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    Safety Information 1-12 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 14: Description

    As a central plant clock, SICLOCK TC100 supplies the various plant components with a precise, reliable clock time, which is usually obtained from one or more external synchronizations with official or statutory times of day, usually GPS or DCF77 radio clocks.

  • Page 15: Layout Of The Siclock Tc100 Hardware

    Description Layout of the SICLOCK TC100 hardware The following diagram shows an application example of a SICLOCK TC100, with a SICLOCK GPS1000 as the radio clock and an NTP server as an additional external synchronization. Figure 2-1 Application Example Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ®...

  • Page 16: External Synchronization

    Description External synchronization SICLOCK TC100 can be externally synchronized to the applicable, statutory nati- onal time or GMT in order to automate or minimize manual interventions, such as daylight saving time changes and leap seconds. External synchronizations can be GPS or DCF77 radio clocks, servers (e.g. the time signal from an NTP server), SICLOCK TC400 devices, SICLOCK TC100 devices or other signal sources.

  • Page 17: Time Receivers

    Time synchronization in the SIMATIC procedure PCS7-compatible mode S5-compatible mode Thetime message frames can be transmitted to each Ethernet port individu- ally either every second or every 10 seconds. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 18: Time Management

    Description Time management The SICLOCK TC100 has a range of functions for generating the valid plant time from the external synchronization. This includes the option of setting times zones and the parameterizable generation of daylight saving. Time security through protected synchronization...

  • Page 19: Redundancy

    Redundancy Redundant external synchronization Up to four time servers can be run on the SICLOCK TC100 for external synchro- nization via NTP. However, they must all be in the same IP network. Radio clocks cannot be connected redundantly to a SICLOCK TC100.

  • Page 20: Hardware Description

    The display and operator controls together with the connectors on the SICLOCK TC100 are shown in the following figures. Figure 3-1 Perspective view of the SICLOCK TC100 showing the front panel and ventilation grille Panel with operator and display controls...

  • Page 21: Connection Elements

    Hardware description Connection elements The following figure shows the connectors on the SICLOCK TC100. Figure 3-2 SICLOCK TC100 - layout of connectors Terminal X1 - 24V supply voltage Terminal X2 - connecting terminal for radio clocks, outputs and alarm See also Terminal assignment (Chapter 15.1).

  • Page 22: Operator Controls And Displays

    A Web-based Configu- ration Tool is available for more extensive configuration options, see Configuration Tool (Chapter 7). Figure 3-3 SICLOCK TC100 front view Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ®...

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    Color (LED) Meaning Displays POWER Green Operational readiness SYNC Green SICLOCK TC100 is externally synchronized. FAULT Alarm The associated message text is shown in the display. Flashing red Warning The associated message text is shown in the display. LINK Green The physical connection has been made, transmission and reception are possible.

  • Page 24: Scope Of Supply

    Scope of supply of the individual versions of the device 2XV9450-2AR22 SICLOCK TC100 single device with terminal strips connected to X1 and X2 2XV9450-2AR50 (SICLOCK TC100 GPS1000 package) SICLOCK TC100 single device with terminal strips connected to X1 and X2...

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    Hardware description Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 26: Technical Data

    Operation planning Overview of operation planning SICLOCK TC100 is designed for stationary use in weather-proof locations in an industrial environment. The operating conditions surpass the requirements of DIN IEC 60721-3-3. Class 3M3 (mechanical requirements) Class 3K3 (climatic requirements) General notes on operation Caution The device is approved for operation in closed rooms only.

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    Use in residential areas, and operation in the public network If you use the SICLOCK TC100 in residential areas or in the public network, you must ensure that it complies with the limit value class B according to EN 55022 with regard to the emission of radio interference.

  • Page 28: Transport / Storage Conditions

    From 1080 to 660 hPa (corresponds to an altitude from -1000 to 3500m) Maximum rate of temperature 20 °C/h change Relative humidity 10 to 95 % (at 25°C without condensation) Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 29: Contents

    Notify the responsible delivery service immediately if the packages contents are incomplete or damaged. Warning Ensure that a damaged device is neither inadvertently installed nor brought into operation. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 30: Mounting Position And Fastening

    Install the device in such a way that it cannot pose any danger by, for example, falling out. During assembly, please comply with the approved installation positions. See Dimension drawing (Chapter 14). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 31: Permissible Mounting Position

    Type of fixation The housing can be fixated by snap-on mounting to a standard mounting rail or to a SIMATIC S5 DIN rail. See Overview of mounting (Chapter 5.1). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 32: Mounting

    Mounting Overview of mounting Figure 5-1 SICLOCK TC100 - view of mounting SICLOCK TC100 must be mounted in an easily accessible position in the control cabinet. The housing can be fixated by snap-on mounting to a standard mounting rail (EN 50022-35) or to a SIMATIC S5 DIN rail (6ES5 710-8maxx).

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    Mounting Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 34: Connection

    SELV. The conductor cross-section selected must be large enough so that if there is a short circuit in the SICLOCK TC100 no damage can be caused by an overheated cable. For the conductor cross-section, see Connecting the power supply (Chapter 6.2).

  • Page 35: Connecting The Power Supply

    Ensure that the functional grounding is connected correctly. It is essential to ensure the correct polarity with direct current. Functional check After switching on, the POWER LED must light up green. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Figure 6-2 Circuit diagrams for a passive and an active radio clock Table 6-1 Terminal assignment of radio clock inputs Terminal Description X2-1 RADIO CLOCK GND X2-2 RADIO CLOCK 1A X2-3 RADIO CLOCK 1B Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    NMEA format being received Telegram (disturbed) Error detected in telegram or loss of telegram No signal The connection of individual sources of external synchronization is described in the following. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 38: Siclock Gps1000

    The "RADIO CLOCK" LED on the front panel must flash at about 1Hz when the GPS1000 is received correctly. The parameter /Inputs/Input 1/Status (0.20.02) must change to "GPS" after about three minutes reception. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 39: Siclock Dcfrs Industrial Version

    DCF77 carrier frequency, because this is crucial for the quality of reception. Do not mount the aerial anywhere near electric drives, neon tubes, monitors or other emitters of interference. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

  • Page 40: Siclock Gpsdec

    The "RADIO CLOCK" LED on the front panel must flash at about 1Hz when the GPSDEC is received correctly. The parameter /Inputs/Input 1/Status (0.20.02) must change to "GPS" or "DCF77" after about three minutes reception. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 41: Third-party Systems

    Connection 6.3.4 Third-party systems Third-party systems can also be used for external synchronization of the SICLOCK TC100 if the following conditions are fulfilled. Prerequisites Active radio clock signal with 20mA rated current Supported signals: Demodulated DCF77 Serial: Meinberg format (time-zone dependent),...

  • Page 42: Connecting Alarm And Warning Outputs

    Connection Connecting alarm and warning outputs During operation, the SICLOCK TC100 automatically carries out a range of func- tion tests. If an error occurs, the device generates corresponding messages on the display. A distinction is made between alarms and warnings.

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    Connection Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 44: Configuration Tool

    Configuration Tool The SICLOCK TC100 Configuration Tool is available to make it easier to assign parameters and configure the SICLOCK TC100. The tool can be called from an Internet browser as a Web interface. With the Configuration Tool you can, among other things, view and change para-...

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    Parameters are identified by their unique parameter number. The parameter number always has three parts, e.g. 0.05.12. Example: parameter /Display/Display (0.10.01) with the entries "Language" and "Time": Figure 7-2 Parameter display Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Note In order to be able to fall back on the last version of the SICLOCK TC100 para- meter assignment, we recommend backing up the current parameter assignment of SICLOCK TC100 as a *.u600 file before you make any changes.

  • Page 47: Menus

    Provided that the device recognizes the language set in the Configuration Tool, the parameters and archives will be displayed in this language. If the device does not recognize the language, the display will be in the standard language. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Configuration Tool Table 7-1 Menus in the Configuration Tool Menu / function Meaning / note Help… Calls Help system Version… Displays version information for the Configuration Tool Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 49: General Functions

    Saves a parameter assignment/an archive to a local file system The data (parameter assignment and archive) are saved in U600 format (*.u600). Save IP address of the SICLOCK TC100 Enter the IP address of the device here. IP address Connects to a device The connection is established to the device with the given IP address.

  • Page 50: Connect / Disconnect Online Connection

    Ignore event 7.2.1 Connect / disconnect online connection How to establish an online connection to the SICLOCK TC100: 1. Enter the IP address of the device in the toolbar.: 2. Start establishing the connection by clicking the icon next to the IP address field.

  • Page 51: Authorization

    Note In offline mode, it is not possible to authorize oneself with a password that is pre- sent in the device but is not included in the offline authorization parameters. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 52: Parameters

    Configuration Tool Parameters You can set and transfer parameters to the SICLOCK TC100 in the Parameter tab of the Configuration Tool in both offline and online modes. Figure 7-3 SICLOCK TC100 Configuration Tool - Parameters (1) Toolbar of the parameter tab...

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    Parameter tree and Observe actual values the Parameter table are updated. (online connection See also Connect / disconnect online connection (Chapter 7.2.1). required) Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    In online mode, you can open a context menu with a right mouse click on the parameter/entry. The following functions are available: Read individual parameters Write individual parameters Set parameters to factory settings See Reading / writing parameters, setting to factory defaults (Chapter 7.3.4). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    If the Configuration Tool is not authorized or is used with lower authorization rights, not all the parameters will be displayed. This restriction concerns, e.g., set- tings under "System“. Furthermore, the access rights change with the authorization level. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 56: Sorting Parameter Tables

    2. 2.Click with the mouse on the .icon on the left-hand side of the table next to the parameter. The entries of the parameter are hidden. Figure 7-4 Parameter table with shown and hidden entries Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 57: Editing Parameters

    Figure 7-6 Example of an editing dialog with a numerical entry Note In online mode, the value is sent to the device when the entry has been completed. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Depending on the parameter/entry and operating state, the device checks whe- ther it can accept the changed value. If the device rejects the new value, it is reset to the old value. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

  • Page 59: Reading / Writing Parameters, Setting To Factory Defaults

    3. Right-click the parameter or entry. The context menu opens. Select the desired function with a left mouse click. Figure 7-7 Context menu for reading, writing and resetting parameters Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 60: Archive

    In the Archive tab of the Configuration Tool, you can load archived data from the device, and save the data in a file, as well as evaluate and search the data with filter functions. Figure 7-8 SICLOCK TC100 Configuration Tool - Archives (1) Toolbar of the Archive tab (2) Archive table...

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    Clear Include filter See Filters (Chapter 7.4.2). Removes all events from the Exclude filter The events are moved into the Include filter. Clear Exclude filter See Filters (Chapter 7.4.2). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Event marked as outgoing (persistent indication, e.g. alarm) Include filter Events shown in the Archive table. See Filters (Chapter 7.4.2). Exclude filter Events not shown in the Archive table. See Filters (Chapter 7.4.2). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 63: Sorting The Archive Table

    The alphabetical order of the column is reversed in comparison to the cur- rent sorting in ascending or descending alphabetical order. The current sorting order is shown by an arrow alongside the column header: Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

  • Page 64: Filters

    Include or Exclude filter. The contents of the Include or Exclude filter are removed. The events so removed are now available for selection in the other filter. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 65: Troubleshooting

    Configuration Tool Troubleshooting Frequent questions about the SICLOCK TC100 Configuration Tool and solutions to problems are listed below. Table 7-5 Solutions to problems with the Configuration Tool Question / problem Cause / remedy Authorization not possible in offline mode The data do not include any authorization parameters. An online authorization has to be made.

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    You can update these values with the button, and read them individually. Parameters (Chapter 7.3), Authorization (Chapter 7.2.2) and Reading / writing parameters, setting to factory defaults (Chapter 7.3.4). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Configuration Tool Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 68: Parameter Assignment And Operation Of The Device

    Parameter assignment and operation of the device SICLOCK TC100 has a two-line, alphanumeric LCD display with background lighting and auto- matic contrast control for displaying the date and time, messages and status. You can use the MODE button to readout and change parameters important for commissioning.

  • Page 69: Status Display

    The timeout for switching to the substitute synchronization can be set with the following parameter entry: /Redundancy/Redundancy/Timeout (0.09.10) The timeout for the external synchronization can be set with the following parameter entry: /Inputs/Input 1/Monitoring/Timeout (0.20.01) Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    MODE button. Background lighting Each time the button is pressed, the background lighting of the display is switched on for 10 minutes. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 71: Operation And Parameter Assignment

    The display shows the readout of the currently set IP address. A short button press "turns the page" to readout the next parameter. A long button press can accept the parameter "IP address" in a programming mode. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

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    At the end of the lists of pages, in most cases the operating level can be exited by selecting "Exit" with a long button press, instead of having to wait for the auto- matic exit after the timeout. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK...

  • Page 73: Network Settings On The Device

    Figure 8-9 Assigning network settings On level 2, one of the predefined selection values can be selected for the network setting. For IP addresses: 192.168.001.010 192.168.001.011 192.168.002.020 192.168.002.021 For subnet masks: 255.255.255.000 255.255.254.000 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 74: Readout Versions

    IP address -> Version -> 192.168.001.010 --> Firmware 1.53467 Figure 8-10 Readout versions The following versions can be readout: Firmware version TC100 Core version TC400 Core version U300 Processor version Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Parameter assignment and operation of the device Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 76: Parameter Assignment

    Parameter assignment Frequently required settings are described in the following. Get more information Parameter table (Chapter 10) Configuration Tool (Chapter 7) Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 77: Connecting External Synchronization

    Parameter assignment Connecting external synchronization The external synchronizations can be connected to SICLOCK TC100 via Ethernet as an NTP server and/or as a radio clock via point-to-point connections. The prerequisite for operation is at least one external synchronization. Additional external synchronizations can serve as substitute synchronizations in the event of a fault, see Redundancy (Chapter 2.6).

  • Page 78: Operation As Ntp Client

    Parameter assignment 9.1.2 Operation as NTP client Four IP addresses of NTP servers can be assigned for SICLOCK TC100 as an NTP client. The servers are queried regularly, and a preferred server is selected according to a strict selection strategy.

  • Page 79: Connecting Time Receivers

    10s with local time – for receivers without their own calendar 60s with local time – for receivers without their own calendar You define the Multicast IP address that will be used with the parameter entry "Multicast address". Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 80: Simatic Mode

    /SIMATIC Mode/Ethernet 1/Send Condition (0.15.01). Destination address You define the send address of the SIMATIC mode with the parameter entry /SIMATIC Mode/Ethernet 1/Destination Address (0.15.01). The broadcast address FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF is typically set. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 81: General Settings On The Device

    Difference between TAI and UTC You can readout the difference between atomic time TAI and universal time UTC in seconds with the parameter /Time/Extended/Atomic Time TAI/Offset from UTC to TAI (0.09.01). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 82: Synchronization

    If required, disconnect the active external synchronization in advance or delete the server address for NTP client operation from the parameter /NTP Client/NTP Server List[4] (0.18.02). Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 83: Display

    /System/Authorization For Standard Protection (2.06.02). You use the parameter /System/Reset (0.06.04) to reset the parameters to the factory defaults. This does not reset parameters such as network addresses, authorizations etc. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 84: Temperature

    After a minimum operating period of 30 minutes after Power Up, SICLOCK TC100 checks once whether the battery is switched off. If necessary, the battery is then switched on automatically, and a message is output.

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    Parameter assignment Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 86: Parameter Table

    Parameter table Table 10-1 List of SICLOCK TC100 parameters Access Parameter Eintry Value range / default / no. Time Local time Time and date 0.09.04 UTC time Time and date 0.09.02 Time zone Offset from UTC to zone time Min:...

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    Parameter table Table 10-1 List of SICLOCK TC100 parameters Access Parameter Eintry Value range / default / no. Time / Extended /Atomic Time TAI TAI time Time and date 0.09.03 Offset from UTC to TAI Offset Min: -32768 s Max: +32767 s 0.09.01...

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    Parameter table Table 10-1 List of SICLOCK TC100 parameters Access Parameter Eintry Value range / default / no. Redundanz Redundancy Priority Min: Master Max: Slave 0.09.10 Default: Master Timeout Min: 10 mins Max: 720 mins Default: 30 mins Network settings / Ethernet 1...

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    Parameter table Table 10-1 List of SICLOCK TC100 parameters Access Parameter Eintry Value range / default / no. NTP server NTP server Operation Min: Max: Only when synchronized 0.16.01 Default: Multicast[4] Mode Min: Max: 60 s with local time 0.16.02...

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    Parameter table Table 10-1 List of SICLOCK TC100 parameters Access Parameter Eintry Value range / default / no. Data bits Min: Max: Default: Parity Min: None Max: Default: None Stop bits Min: Max: Default: Display Display Language Min: German Max: English 0.10.01...

  • Page 91

    Parameter table Table 10-1 List of SICLOCK TC100 parameters Access Parameter Eintry Value range / default / no. Firmware base A2B number Min: (A2B00061430) Max: 4294967295 0.28.03 Default: Version number Min: 0.0.0 Max: 65535.65535.65535 Default: 0.0.0 Firmware base A2B number...

  • Page 92: Service And Maintenance

    After a minimum operating period of 30 minutes after Power Up, SICLOCK TC100 checks once whether the battery is switched off. If necessary, the battery is then switched on automatically, and a message is output. Service life of a switched-off battery in storage: > 12 years Service life of a switched-on battery in storage: Approx.

  • Page 93: Software Update

    Service and maintenance 11.3 Software update Please contact Product Support for information and software updates for your SICLOCK TC100. See also Preface. 11-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 94: Messages

    See also Battery (Chapter 9.3.6). Bootloader has been updated System and The bootloader has been successfully installed. Information Bootloader has NOT been updated System and The bootloader could not be installed. Information 12-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    The message text specifies the exact error, and this is important, e.g. for Support (Hotline). Processor has been updated System and A processor update has been performed, and the processor has been updated. Information 12-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 96

    A processor update has been performed, but the processor could not be updated. Information Hardware time set Information The SICLOCK TC100 internal real-time clock has been set. No usable NTP server Information No preferred server was found. No hardware time Application A valid time could be read out of the hardware.

  • Page 97

    (E.g. firmware update, Web-data update etc.) Time initialized from hardware Application An initial synchronization has been performed from the clock module. Time set via HMI Application Time domain(s) has/have been changed via HMI 12-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 98: Technical Data

    DCF77 signal Accuracy in case of power < 4x10 failure Time-of-day correction by < 50 µs/s microsteps Jitter in GPS operation < 200 ns/s Reserve power See battery 13-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® Operating Instructions SICLOCK TC100...

  • Page 99

    The radio clock input is galvanically separated from the rest of the electronics. 1 relay output NC contact for 0.06 A, 48 VDC max. WARNING signal 1 relay output NC contact for 0.06 A, 48 VDC max. ALARM signal 13-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 100

    1x green LED for radio clock status 1x green LED for POWER 1x green LED for SYNC status 1x red LED for FAULT status Operator controls on the device Buttons 1x MODE button 13-9 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Technical data Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 102: Dimension Drawing

    Dimension drawing Figure 14-1 Dimension drawing 1 -101 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Dimension drawing 14-10 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 104: Circuit Diagrams

    Circuit diagrams 15.1 Terminal assignment Figure 15-1 Terminal assignment SICLOCK TC100 15-10 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Circuit diagrams 15-10 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 106: Spare Parts / Accessories

    Table 16-1 Spare parts and accessories with order numbers Order no. Single device SICLOCK TC100 single device 2XV9450-2AR22 Packages SICLOCK TC100 preferential package containing GPS1000 2XV9450-2AR50 SICLOCK TC100 DCF77 2XV9450-2AR26 Spare parts for GPS1000 GPS1000 E10433-E9910-H100 Mounting frame for GPS1000...

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    Spare parts / accessories 16-10 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 108: Annex

    The requirements for interference immunity are met when you connect a periphe- ral suitable for an industrial environment according to EN 61000-6-2:2001. Peri- pheral devices may only be connected via shielded cables. A-10 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 109: Certificates And Approvals

    Certificates and approvals DIN ISO 9001 certificate The Siemens quality management system for all production processes (develop- ment, production and sales) meets the requirements of DIN EN ISO 9001. This has been certified by DQS (the German society for the certification of quality management systems).

  • Page 110: Esd Guidelines

    The damaged caused on a module by an overvoltage is not usually recognized immediately, but only becomes evident after a longer period of operation. B-10 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 111: Electrostatic Charging Of Persons

    The figure below shows the maximum electrostatic voltage which may build up on a person coming into contact with the materials indicated. These values corres- pond to IEC 801-2 specifications. Figure B-2 Electrostatic voltages which can build up on a person Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 112: Fundamental Measures To Protect Against Static Discharge

    If you have to carry out measurements on a module, discharge yourself before carrying out any actions. Do so by touching grounded metallic parts. Only use grounded measuring instruments. Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    ESD guidelines B-11 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 114: List Of Icons

    Load the parameters of the connected device without parameter description Upload parameters Transfer the writable values of the loaded parameters to the connected device View actual values Update display of actual values Write protection C-11 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 115

    Switch event from the Include to the Exclude filter, and vice versa Empty Include filter / empty Exclude filter Remove all events from the Include filter / Exclude filter C-11 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

  • Page 116: D Glossary

    It synchronizes all time-of-day components in a plant via its interfaces. Device The SICLOCK TC100 central plant clock is referred to as the device. Entry An entry contains a value or a selection (combobox). Depending on the type of entry, the value / selection can be changed by the user.

  • Page 117

    System Application Information Warning External synchronization External time source that is used to synchronize the SICLOCK TC100. Filters The archive can be searched for specific events with the aid of an Include and an Exclude filter. See Archive. Local area networks (LAN) A local area network describes the networking of various components for mutual data exchange.

  • Page 118

    All products in the SICLOCK range which change the physical level without chan- ging the information are termed pulse converters. Examples of pulse converters: SICLOCK EOPC, SICLOCK PCON, SICLOCK DCFHF, SICLOCK DCFS7 interface. D-11 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    GPS complete package with radio clock SICLOCK GPSDEC decoder. SICLOCK TC100 Configuration Tool Web-interface for assigning parameters and searching the archive of a SICLOCK TC100 device via an Internet browser. See Atomic time (TAI). Time synchronization Time synchronization by means of a central plant clock synchronizes all plant components, programmable controllers and computers precisely with the refe- rence time of the central plant clock.

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    Volatile parameter Volatile parameters are parameters containing values or states that change con- tinually during operation. Zone time The zone time is the zone time derived from UTC. D-11 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Glossary Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    9-79 Event types, 12-91 Protective measures External synchronization, 9-74 Static electricity, B-109 Factory setting, 9-80 Filters, 7-61 Icons, C-111 IP address, 7-47 Leap seconds, 9-79 Local time, 9-78 Index-1 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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    Synchronization status, 8-66 TAI, 9-78 Terminal assignment, 15-101 Time jump in plant operation, 9-79 Time receiver, 9-76 Time zone, 9-78 u600 file, 7-43 UTC time, 9-78 Warning output, 6-39 Warnings, 12-91 Siemens AG 2010 All Rights Reserved ® SICLOCK TC100 Operating Instructions...

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