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  • Page 1 P610 Programming Panel Operating Instructions A91M.12-271893.22-0891EN Translation of the German Description A91M.12-271689...
  • Page 3 The software kit ”INSTAL Programming Unit” from P610 device index .03 has been removed from active sales file of the P610. If you want to use the AEG → main menu it is necessary to order the software kit ”INSTAL Programming Unit”.
  • Page 5 Training AEG offers suitable training that provides further information concerning the sys- tem (see addresses). Data, Illustrations, Alterations Data and illustration are not binding. We reserve the right to alter our products in line with our policy of continuous product development.
  • Page 6 You are not authorized to translate this document into any other language. Trademarks All terms used in this user manual to denote AEG products are trademarks of the AEG Aktiengesellschaft. IBM, IBM-PC, IBM-XT and IBM-AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.
  • Page 7 Terminology Note This symbol emphasizes very important facts. Caution This symbol refers to frequently appearing error sources. Warning This symbol points to sources of danger that may cause financial and health damages or may have other aggravat- ing consequences. Expert This symbol is used when a more detailed information is given, which is intended exclusively for experts (special training re- quired).
  • Page 8: Related Documents

    Objectives This document describes connection of the P610 programming panel to pro- grammable controllers. For general information on P610 programming panel see attached manuals of the PC manufacturers. Arrangement of This Guide Chapter 1 describes the range of performance features of the P610.
  • Page 9 Information given in this manual, apply only to performance features and func- tions, if you use the attached MS DOS version 3.3. Programming of A250 (AKF125) is possible using the P610 programming panel from device index .03 (5 Mbyte RAM).
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    ....... Features of the P610 .......
  • Page 11 Connection to the EPROM Programming Station ..Connection to Modbus plus (Modicon 984) ... 3.8.1 Communication Module ......Connection to Viewstar B500 .
  • Page 12 ......Tables Table 1 Cable Connection from the P610 to the Programmable Controllers ......
  • Page 13 Table of Contents...
  • Page 14: General Information

    Chapter 1 General Information Use and Applications Features General Information...
  • Page 15: Use And Applications

    Use and Applications Figure 1 P610 Programming Panel The P610 programming panel is an IBM-AT-compatible computer. General Information...
  • Page 16 The P610 programming panel has a multitude of applications: together with the software provided for programming the A010, A020 (plus), A030, A120, A130, A250, A350, A500 and Modicon 984 programmable con- trollers as well as the Viewstar 200 operating and monitoring devices.
  • Page 17: Features Of The P610

    Features of the P610 User memory with 1 Mbyte RAM from device index .03 5 Mbyte RAM 80386SX 16 MHz processor (can be switched to 8 MHz, see manufacturer’s manual) 120 Mbyte hard disk Diskette drive 3 ”, 1.44 Mbyte/720 kbyte...
  • Page 18: Operation

    Chapter 2 Operation Operating and Display Elements Use of the Diskettes MS-DOS Instructions Operation...
  • Page 19: Operating And Display Elements

    Operating and Display Elements Brightness- control Socket for Ext. Keyboard Display Elements Reset Key PRT/B/A Switch 3 1/2” Diskette Drive Operator Keyboard Figure 2 P610 Operating and Display Elements Operation...
  • Page 20: Prt/B/A Switch

    2.1.1 PRT/B/A Switch Figure 3 PRT/B/A Switch This switch is used to configure the Centronics port. If no external diskette drive is used or if a printer is connected, the switch must be set to position ”PRT”. PRT: If no external diskette drive is used or if a printer is connected External diskette drive has the code ”A”...
  • Page 21: Operator Keyboard

    Roll screen contents out 2.1.3 Operator Keyboard PrtSc key Escape key ” § & ’ ß ‘ Ü ’ Ö Ä < ’ > Shift key Alt key Shift key Number block Control key Control key Figure 5 P610 Keyboard Operation...
  • Page 22: Brightness Control

    2.1.4 Brightness Control This controller is used to set the brightness of the screen. Turn upwards: brighter Turn downwards: darker 2.1.5 Socket for External Keyboard An external IBM-compatible AT keyboard can be connected to this socket. The plastic cover of the socket must then be removed before the first use. 2.1.6 Reset Key A warm restart is initiated by pressing this key.
  • Page 23: Use Of The Diskettes

    Use of the Diskettes Store diskettes in protective No cleaning of diskettes. Temperature 10 to 60 C containers and boxes. Humidity 8 to 80% No water on diskettes. Insert diskettes correctly. No heavy objects on diskettes. Label diskettes at the Diskettes tolerate no heat No erasing on diskettes.
  • Page 24: Insert Diskette

    2.2.1 Insert Diskette Figure 7 Insert diskette Step 1 Insert the diskette in the drive slit (s. Figure 7). Step 2 Push the diskette into the slit until it clicks into place. If the diskette is inserted incorrectly, it is disabled. In this case do not try to insert the diskette again.
  • Page 25: Ms-Dos Instructions

    It is not necessary to learn the MS-DOS instructions when using the P610. Files are copied, deleted, etc. automatically via AEG software. Those instructions, which are needed when the P610 is used as a PC, are de- scribed in the MS-DOS manual.
  • Page 26: Programming Requirements

    Chapter 3 Programming Requirements The preparatory steps necessary to operate the P610 with the programmable controllers are described below. Note The specific programming or configuration of the program- mable controllers is explained in the corresponding software descrip- tion. Programming Requirements...
  • Page 27: Power Supply

    Power Supply The power supply of the P610 can be operated with 100 ... 240 VAC. The power supply adapts automatically to the voltage. Initial Start-up Note Before the initial start-up as a programming panel, the user should read especially chapters 2, 3 and 5 of the manufacturer’s user manual and then start operations.
  • Page 28: Peripheral Connection Field

    RS 232 C Port/COM2 Printer Ext. Monitor (VGA) Printer Ext. Diskette Drive Viewstar B500 Viewstar 200 XA RS 232 C Port/COM1 Programmable Controller Viewstar B500 EPROM Programming Station Viewstar 200 XA Figure 8 Connection Field (Rear of P610) Programming Requirements...
  • Page 29: Connection To The Programmable Controller

    Connection to the Programmable Con- troller A010 A120 A030 A020 (plus) A130 A250 P610 A350 A500 Modicon 984 Figure 9 Programmable Controllers which can be Connected Programming Requirements...
  • Page 30: Cable Connection

    3.5.1 Cable Connection The RS 232 C port (COM1) on the P610 should be used for connection to the programmable controllers (see also Figure 8). The required cables are specified in the tables below (Table 1 and Table 2). Table 1 Cable Connection from the P610 to the Programmable Controllers...
  • Page 31: Connection To The Printer

    Note Make sure that the PRT/B/A switch is in position ”PRT”. 3.6.1 Cable Connection Printer with Centronics port The P610 and the printer are connected with the YDL 32 cable. The Centronics port is used on the P610 for this purpose (see also Figure 8). Programming Requirements...
  • Page 32: Printer With Rs 232 C Port

    Printer with RS 232 C port The P610 and the printer are connected with the YDL 36.1 cable and the YDL 44 adapter. The RS 232 C port (COM2) is used on the P610 for this purposes (see also Figure 8).
  • Page 33: Connection To The Eprom Programming Station

    P610 Figure 11 EPROM Programming Stations which can be Connected The P610 and the EPROM programming station are connected with the YDL 36.1 cable and the YDL 44 adapter. The RS 232 C port (COM1) is used on the P610 in this case (see also Figure 8).
  • Page 34: Connection To Modbus Plus (Modicon 984)

    Connection to Modbus plus (Modicon 984) 3.8.1 Communication Module The communication module SA85-000 is necessary for the Modbus plus. This is installed in the PC. For installation see chapter 3.12. SA 85-000 P610 Figure 12 Communication Module for Modicon 984 Programming Requirements...
  • Page 35: Connection To Viewstar B500

    RS 232 C ports on the P610. Both ports can be used without limitations. The P610 and Viewstar B500 are connected with the YDL 25 cable and the YDL 44 adapter. The RS 232 C port COM1 or COM2 is used on the P610 (see also Figure 8).
  • Page 36: Connection To Viewstar 200

    BIK 003. This is installed in the PC. For installation details see chapter 3.12. BIK 002 BIK 003 P610 Figure 14 Communication Module for Viewstar 200 PC Details about the bus cable connection to the communications module can be found in the description of the BIK 002/BIK 003 module.
  • Page 37: External Monitors

    CMR 122 Figure 15 External Monitors for Viewstar 200 PC To connect the P610 to one of the monitors, you have to use the RGB port on the P610 (see also Figure 8) and the cable FA 3 (attached to monitors).
  • Page 38: Viewstar 200 Xa

    3.10.2 Viewstar 200 XA The P610 has to be connected to VIP 101 for Viewstar 200 XA. Here the cable YDL 105 (local range) or the cables YDL 057 and YDL 107 (remote range) is used. The RS 232 C port (COM1) is used on the P610 (see also Figure 8).
  • Page 39: Connection To The Fd 300 Diskette Drive

    P610. The FD 300 is connected with the provided cable. The end of the cable marked ”System” is plugged into the P610. The Centronics port is used on the P610 for this purpose (see Figure 8). The following sequence must be observed in order that the FD 300 be correctly...
  • Page 40: Installation Of Pc Modules

    3.12 Installation of PC Modules Two internal expansion slots are available for PC modules. The half-format expansion slot can be configured with a TOSHIBA expansion card (8 Bit) or with an IBM expansion card (8 Bit). The full-format expansion slot can be configured with a 16 Bit expansion card. Installation of the different PC modules is described in chapter 12.6 of the man- ufacturer’s manual.
  • Page 41 Programming Preparation...
  • Page 42: Chapter 4 Errors And Their Correction

    Chapter 4 Errors and their Correction Errors and their Correction...
  • Page 43 No or wrong diskette in drive A: Corrective measure: Insert correct diskette and enter <R> for repeat or <A> for abort. Error Message: Transfer disturbed Data loss in the P610-A350/A500-link Possible cause: See chapter 3.3 (Caution) Corrective measure: See chapter 3.3 (Caution) Error Description:...
  • Page 44 Error Description: External diskette drive cannot be addressed Possible cause: Drive codes for external diskette drive and ”PRT/B/A” switch do not agree Corrective measure: Check switch settings (see chap. 2.1.1) Possible cause: Centronics port incorrectly configured Corrective measure: Reconfigure. In the option ”Printer Port Type” in the Setup-Menu, ”Bidirectional”...
  • Page 45 Errors and their Correction...
  • Page 46: Chapter 5 Specifications

    Chapter 5 Specifications Power Supply Ports Processor Memory Keyboard Clock / Calendar Environmental Characteristics Physical Characteristics Specifications...
  • Page 47: Power Supply

    Specifications Power Supply Power Supply 100 to 240 VAC Power Consumption max. 85 W Ports Data Port 2 x RS 232 C (V.24) port Centronics (parallel) port Slots 1 Full-format expansion slot (16 Bit) 1 Half-format expansion slot for: TOSHIBA expansion card (8 Bit) IBM expansion card (8 Bit) Monitor RGB color monitor (VGA)
  • Page 48: Memory

    Memory User Memory 1 Mbyte from device index .03 5 Mbyte RAM Mass Storage ” diskette drive 1.44 Mbyte / 720 kbyte 120 Mbyte hard disk access time 19 ms Screen Type Plasma screen Resolution 640 x 480 points (VGA) Gray Levels Pixel Size 0.20 x 0.24 mm (W x H)
  • Page 49: Clock / Calendar

    -60 m to 12 000 m Shock Operation Storage 60 g Vibration Operation 0.3 g Storage Physical Characteristics Size 370 mm x 395 mm x 99 mm (W x H x D) Weight 7.9 kg Ordering Details P610, Programming Panel E-No. 424 277 011 Specifications...
  • Page 50 Specifications...
  • Page 51 Index Diskette Drive External, 26 Display Elements, 7 Applications, 2 Caps Lock, 8 Disk in Use FDD, 8 Disk in Use HDD, 7 Cable Connection Num Lock, 8 A010, 17 Power, 7 A020 (plus), 17 Scroll Lock, 8 A120, 17 A130, 17 A250, 17 EPROM Programming Station...
  • Page 52: Index

    Clock/Calendar, 36 Environmental Characteristics, 36 PC Module, Installation, 27 Keyboard, 35 Peripheral Connection Field, 15 Memory, 35 Printer, 18 Physical Characteristics, 36 Cable Connection, 18 Ports, 34 DRU 1200, 18 Power Supply, 14, 34 DRU 292 E, 18 Processor, 34 DRU 293 E, 18 Screen, 35 Start Printout, 19...