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SIMATIC S7
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Programming 1
Course TIA-PRO1
1 The SIMATIC S7 System Family
2 Introduction to TIA Portal
3 Training Devices
4 Devices and Networks
5 PLC Tags
6 Program Blocks and Program Editor
7 Binary Operations
8 Digital Operations
9 Data Blocks
10 Distributed I/O
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Course folder Version: V13 (for STEP7 Version 13)
11 Connecting an HMI Device
12 Functions and Function Blocks (1)
13 Organization Blocks
14 Troubleshooting
15 Integrating and Commissioning a Drive
with Startdrive
16 Training and Support
Contents 1
1. System Overview 1-2
1.1. SIMATIC S7 Overview 1-3
1.2. Positioning of the Modular S7 Controllers 1-4
1.3. Overview: New, Available Modules 1-5
1.3.1. Overview of Available Central Modules 1-5
1.3.2. Overview of Available Signal Modules (Central) . 1-5
1.4. SIMATIC S7-1200: The Modular Mini-PLC . 1-6
1.4.1. SIMATIC S7-1200: Modules . 1-7
1.4.2. SIMATIC S7-1200: Installation and Mounting Positions . 1-8
1.4.3. SIMATIC S7-1200: Signal, Communication or Battery Board 1-9
1.5. SIMATIC S7-1500: Modular Controller for the Mid to Upper Performance Range 1-10
1.5.1. SIMATIC S7-1500: Modules . 1-11
1.5.2. SIMATIC S7-1500: Installation and Mounting Positions . 1-13
1.5.3. SIMATIC S7-1500: Connection Technology/Front Connector 1-14
1.5.4. SIMATIC S7-1500: CPU-Display ? Overview . 1-15
1.5.5. SIMATIC S7-1500: CPU-Display ? Menu and Colors . 1-16
1.6. SIMATIC S7-1200/1500: Technology Functions 1-17
1.7. SIMATIC S7-1200/1500: Memory Card 1-18
1.8. Distributed I/O Systems 1-19
1.8.1. Overview: Distributed Signal Modules 1-19
1.8.2. ET 200SP Distributed I/O System . 1-20
1.8.2.1. ET 200SP: Configuration and Maximum Number of Modules 1-20
1.8.3. ET 200MP Distributed I/O System 1-21
1.8.3.1. ET 200MP: Configuration and Maximum Number of Modules . 1-21
1.9. Additional Information . 1-22
1.10. SIMATIC S7-300: Modular Automation System . 1-23
1.10.1. SIMATIC S7-300: Modules . 1-24
1.11. SIMATIC S7-400: Modular Automation System . 1-25
1.11.1. SIMATIC S7-400: Modules . 1-26
1.11.2. SIMATIC S7-400: CPU Design . 1-27
1.12. SIMATIC Embedded Automation: Overview . 1-28
1.12.1. SIMATIC PC-based Automation Product Overview 1-29 SIMATIC TIA Portal Programming
2. Engineering Software TIA Portal .2-2
2.1. TIA Portal - Central Engineering Framework 2-3
2.2. Scope of the Products . 2-4
2.3. STEP 7 Range of Products . 2-5
2.3.1. STEP 7 Licensing . 2-5
2.4. WinCC Range of Products 2-6
2.4.1. WinCC Licensing 2-6
2.5. Startdrive Range of Products and Licensing 2-7
2.6. Side-by-Side Installation . 2-8
2.7. Operating Systems for PC/PGs 2-9
2.7.1. Virtualization (Released Software) 2-9
2.8. License Upgrade Strategy 2-10
2.9. TIA Portal: Portal View and Project View 2-11
2.9.1. Portal View 2-12
2.9.2. Project View 2-13
2.9.3. TIA Portal - Settings: User Interface Language 2-14
2.9.4. TIA Portal - Settings: Language, Storage Location, Layout . 2-15
2.9.5. Window Arrangement in the Project View 2-16
2.9.6. Window Layouts Save / Manage / Use . 2-17
2.9.7. Window Sections in the Working Area 2-18
2.9.8. Keeping the Editor Window in the Foreground (when Working Area is Split) 2-19
2.9.9. Project Tree . 2-20
2.9.10. Task Cards 2-21
2.9.11. Inspector Window . 2-22
2.9.12. Undo and Redo . 2-23
2.9.13. Saving a Project 2-24
2.9.14. Archiving / Retrieving a Project . 2-25
2.10. Libraries 2-26
2.11. Project Migration . 2-27
2.11.1. Project Upgrade and Compatibility Mode . 2-28
2.12. Help Functions 2-29
2.13. Additional Information . 2-30
2.13.1. Keyboard Shortcuts of the TIA Portal . 2-31
2.13.2. Installation with Record Function in the Setup 2-31
2.13.3. Team Engineering . 2-32
2.13.4. Inter Project Engineering 2-33
2.13.5. Update Tool
3. Training Devices and Addressing .3-2
3.1. Training Area Setup with S7-1500 3-3
3.2. Configuration of the S7-1500 Training Device 3-4
3.3. Configuration of the ET200SP Training Device 3-5
3.4. Operating and Display Elements of the Training Device 3-6
3.5. Setup and Connection of the Conveyor Model . 3-7
3.5.1. Connection to Central I/Os of the S7-1500 . 3-7
3.5.2. Connection to Distributed I/Os of the ET200SP . 3-7
3.6. Networking and IP Addresses of the Modules 3-8
3.7. Training Area as Plant with Distribution Conveyor and Touchpanel
4. Devices & Networks: Online Functions and Hardware Configuration 4-3
4.1. Online Tools, Configuring and Parameterizing the Hardware 4-4
4.2. Online Connection via Industrial Ethernet: IP Address and Subnet Mask . 4-5
4.2.1. Establishing an Online Connection: Assigning an IP Address for the PG 4-6
4.2.1.1. Windows7 Operating System 4-6
4.3. Online Access: Accessible Devices in the Portal View . 4-7
4.3.1. Accessible Devices in the Project View: CPU Online Access: Reading-out the Diagnostics
Buffer . 4-8
4.3.2. Accessible Devices in Project View: CPU Online Access: CPU-RUN/STOP, Memory Reset
(MRES) . 4-9
4.3.3. Online Access to the CPU: IP Address, Name, Time, FW Update, Format Memory Card 4-10
4.4. CPU Memory Reset (MRES) using the Mode Selector Switch 4-11
4.4.1. SIMATIC S7-1200/1500: Memory Concept for CPU Memory Reset 4-12
4.4.2. SIMATIC S7-1200/1500: Memory Concept for CPU Reset to Factory Settings . 4-13
4.5. SIMATIC Card Reader 4-14
4.6. Components of the "Devices & Networks" Editor . 4-15
4.6.1. Devices & Networks: Device View (Hardware Configuration) 4-16
4.6.2. Hardware Catalog . 4-17
4.6.3. Setpoint and Actual Configuration 4-18
4.7. Setpoint Configuration: Creating a Hardware Station . 4-19
4.7.1. Inserting / Deleting a Module 4-20
4.7.2. Changing a Module . 4-21
4.7.3. Area for Modules Not Plugged In 4-22
4.8. Uploading the Actual Configuration without Parameterization into the Project (1): Inserting an
Unspecified CPU . 4-23
4.8.1. Uploading the Actual Configuration without Parameterization into the Project (2): Detecting
Accessible Devices . 4-24
4.8.2. Uploading the Actual Configuration without Parameterization into the Project (3): Readingout the Actual Configuration 4-25
4.9. Upload a Device as a New Station (1) (Hardware with Parameterization and Software) . 4-26
4.9.1. Upload a Device as a New Station (2) (Hardware with Parameterization and Software) . 4-27
4.10. Compiling the Hardware Configuration and Downloading it into the CPU . 4-28
4.11. CPU Properties: Ethernet Address . 4-29
4.11.1. CPU Properties: System and Clock Memory 4-30
4.11.2. CPU Properties: Maximum Cycle Time 4-31
4.11.3. CPU Properties: Protection . 4-32
4.11.3.1. Accessing a Protected CPU by Means of Password Specification 4-33
4.11.3.2. Status LEDs of the S7-1500 CPU . 4-34
4.11.4. Status LEDs of the Central DI/DO Modules of the S7-1500 CPU 4-34
4.12. Task Description: Creating a Project with an S7-1500 Station . 4-35
4.12.1. Exercise 1: Deleting Old Projects . 4-36
4.12.2. Exercise 2: Connecting the PG and Setting the IP Address of the PG 4-37
4.12.3. Exercise 3: Erasing the SIMATIC Memory Card of the CPU 4-38
4.12.4. Exercise 4: Resetting the CPU using the Mode Selector Switch 4-39
4.12.5. Exercise 5: Determining the CPU Firmware Version and Assigning the IP Address (Node
Initialization) 4-40
4.12.6. Exercise 6: Creating a New Project 4-41SIMATIC TIA Portal Programming 1
TIA-PRO1 - Devices & Networks
4-2 Training Document, V13.0
4.12.7. Exercise 7: Creating (Adding) a New Device 4-42
4.12.8. Exercise 8: Reading-out the Actual Configuration 4-43
4.12.9. Exercise 9: CPU Properties: Parameterizing the Clock Memory Byte . 4-44
4.12.10. Exercise 10: CPU Properties: Parameterizing the Display Language and Display Protection4-45
4.12.11. Exercise 11: Addresses of the DI Module . 4-46
4.12.12. Exercise 12: Addresses of the DO Module . 4-47
4.12.13. Exercise 13: Addresses of the AI Module . 4-48
4.12.14. Exercise 14: Compiling the Device Configuration and Downloading it into the CPU 4-49
4.12.15. Exercise 15: Switching the CPU to RUN using the CPU-Display . 4-51
4.13. Additional Information . 4-53
4.13.1. ‘View’ Settings of the "Hardware catalog" Task Card . 4-54
4.13.2. Firmware Update 4-55
4.13.2.1. Firmware Update ? Offline using SIMATIC Memory Card with the Windows Explorer 4-56
4.13.2.2. Firmware Update ? Offline using STEP7 by means of Card Creation in the TIA Portal . 4-57
4.13.2.3. Firmware Update ? Online using STEP 7 in the TIA Portal 4-58
4.13.2.4. Firmware Update ? Important Facts .
5. PLC Tags .5-2
5.1. Global and Local Tags 5-3
5.2. Meaning of Variables and Data Types 5-4
5.3. PLC-Tags and Constants 5-5
5.3.1. PLC Tags in the Device View . 5-7
5.3.2. Details View of PLC Tags . 5-8
5.3.3. Finding / Replacing / Sorting PLC Tags 5-9
5.3.4. Error Indication in the PLC Tag Table 5-10
5.3.5. Copy & Paste PC Tags to Excel . 5-11
5.4. Using a PLC Tag as an Operand 5-12
5.4.1. Absolute and Symbolic Addressing 5-13
5.4.2. Renaming / Rewiring PLC Tags 5-14
5.4.3. Defining (Declaring) Tags while Programming . 5-15
5.4.4. Monitoring PLC Tags 5-16
5.4.5. Retentiveness of PLC Tags 5-17
5.4.6. HMI Access to PLC Tags 5-18
5.4.7. Exercise 1: Copying the PLC Tag Table from the Library 5-19
5.4.8. Exerciser 2: Creating a Conveyor Model Tag Table . 5-20
5.4.9. Exercise 3: Monitoring the PLC Tag Table "Conveyor"
6. Program Blocks and Program Editor .6-2
6.1. Plant Description: The Conveyor Model as a Distribution Conveyor 6-3
6.2. Types of Program Blocks 6-4
6.3. Structured Programming . 6-5
6.4. Process Images 6-6
6.5. Cyclic Program Execution . 6-7
6.6. Adding a New Block 6-8
6.6.1. Block Properties: Programming Language, Time Stamps 6-9
6.6.2. Block Properties: IEC Check . 6-10
6.6.3. Block Properties: Know-how Protection 6-11
6.6.4. Other Block Attributes . 6-12
6.6.5. Block Editor Settings . 6-13
6.6.6. Block Networks . 6-14
6.6.7. Block Programming . 6-15
6.6.8. Programming an Instruction using "Empty Box" . 6-16
6.6.9. Closing / Saving / Rejecting a Block . 6-17
6.6.10. Block Groups . 6-18
6.6.11. Block Calls 6-19
6.6.12. Compiling a Block . 6-20
6.6.13. Downloading Blocks into the CPU 6-21
6.6.14. Downloading Blocks into the CPU: S7-1500 - Memory Concept 6-22
6.6.15. Monitoring a Block 6-23
6.6.16. Deleting Blocks . 6-24
6.6.17. "Upload" Blocks "from Device" (Upload into Project) 6-25
6.6.18. Comparing Blocks . 6-26
6.7. Task Description: Jogging the Conveyor Motor 6-27
6.7.1. Exercise 1: Adding the "FC_ConvMotor" (FC16) Block 6-28
6.7.2. Exercise 2: Programming the "FC_ConvMotor" (FC16) Block . 6-29
6.7.3. Exercise 3: Adapting the OB1 Properties . 6-30
6.7.4. Exercise 4: Calling "FC_ConvMotor" (FC16) in OB1 6-31
6.7.5. Exercise 5: Compiling the Program, Downloading it into the CPU and Saving it . 6-32
6.7.6. Exercise 6: Monitoring "FC_ConvMotor" (FC16)
7. Binary Operations 7-2
7.1. Task Description: The Conveyor Model as Distribution Conveyor . 7-3
7.2. Binary Logic Operations: AND, OR . 7-4
7.2.1. Sensors and Check Symbols 7-5
7.2.2. First Check, Signal State, Result of Check and Result of Logic Operation 7-6
7.2.3. Theory Exercise 1: Sensor and Check Symbols 7-7
7.2.4. Binary Logic Operations: Exclusive OR (XOR) . 7-8
7.3. Assignment, Set, Reset, NOT . 7-9
7.3.1. Flip Flops . 7-10
7.4. Task Description: "FC_Mode" (FC15) . 7-11
7.4.1. Exercise 2: Programming the "FC_Mode" (FC15) Block 7-12
7.4.2. Task Description: Parts Transportation when "P_Operation" (Q0.1) is Switched On 7-13
7.4.3. Exercise 3: Expanding "FC_ConvMotor" (FC16) 7-14
7.5. Task Description: Parts Transportation THROUGH the Light Barrier 7-15
7.5.1. Signal - Edge Evaluation . 7-16
7.5.2. RLO - Edge Evaluation . 7-17
7.5.3. Exercise 4: Integrating an Edge Evaluation in "FC_ConvMotor" (FC16) 7-18
7.6. Task Description: Controlling the Indicator Lights, Commissioning "FC_Signal" (FC14) 7-19
7.6.1. Exercise 5: Commissioning "FC_Signal" (FC14) 7-20
7.7. Additional Information . 7-21
7.7.1. Additional Exercise 6: Optimizing "FC_Mode" (FC 15) . 7-22
7.7.2. Jump Instructions JMP, JMPN, RET.
8. Digital Operations 8-2
8.1. Acquiring, Processing and Outputting Data 8-3
8.2. Task Description: Counting the Transported Parts . 8-4
8.3. Integer (INT, 16-Bit Integer) Data Type 8-5
8.3.1. Double Integer (DINT, 32-Bit Integer) Data Type . 8-6
8.3.2. REAL (Floating-point Number, 32 Bit) Data Type . 8-7
8.3.3. Data Types and Display Formats 8-8
8.4. Counters: CTU, CTD, CTUD . 8-9
8.4.1. Timer / Counter Instance Data Blocks 8-10
8.4.2. Counter Function: Inputs . 8-11
8.4.3. Counter Function: Outputs 8-12
8.4.4. Exercise 1: Counting the Transported Parts Programming "FC_Counting" (FC18) 8-13
8.5. Task Description: Timed Monitoring of the Transport Sequences . 8-14
8.5.1. Timer Function TON . 8-15
8.5.2. Timer Function TON (ON Delay) Pulse Diagram 8-16
8.5.3. Exercise 2: Timed Monitoring of the Transports Programming "FC_Fault" (FC17) 8-17
8.6. Task Description: Counting the Transported Parts using Addition in "FC_Counting_Add"
(FC19) . 8-18
8.6.1. Basic Mathematical Functions: Addition . 8-19
8.6.2. Basic Mathematical Functions: Comparison Operations 8-20
8.6.3. Value Assignment of a Variable 8-21
8.6.4. Exercise 3: Counting the Transported Parts using Addition in "FC_Counting_Add" (FC19)8-22
8.7. Additional Information . 8-23
8.7.1. Additional Exercise 4: Counting the Conveyor Faults Expanding "FC_Fault" (FC17) . 8-24
8.7.2. Additional Exercise 5: Timely Lock-out of the Conveyor Motor Jogging 8-25
8.7.3. Digital Logic Operations 8-26
8.7.4. Application Example: Digital Edge Evaluation 8-27
8.7.5. Comparator Operations: IN_RANGE, OUT_RANGE . 8-28
8.7.6. Date and Time-of-day: RD_SYS_T
9. Data Blocks .9-2
9.1. Data Blocks and their Usage .9-3
9.2. Meaning of Variables and Data Types .9-4
9.2.1. Overview: Data Types in STEP 7 9-5
9.2.2. Elementary Data Types .9-6
9.2.3. Data Types for Timers, Date and Time-of-day 9-7
9.2.4 Complex Data Types .9-9
9.3. Creating a Global Data Block 9-10
9.3.1. DB Attributes: "Optimized Block Access" and "Only Store in Load Memory" 9-11
9.3.2. Editing, Saving, Monitoring a Data Block .9-12
9.3.3. Default, Start and Monitoring Values .9-13
9.3.4. Retentiveness, Download DB into the CPU / Upload from the CPU .9-14
9.3.5. Downloading Changed Data Blocks into the CPU .9-15
9.3.6. HMI Access 9-16
9.4. Copy & Paste from / to Microsoft Excel .9-17
9.5. Exercise 1: Creating Data Block "DB_OP" (DB99) 9-18
9.5.1. Exercise 2: Using DB Variables (Tags) in the Program .9-19
9.6. Additional Information 9-20
9.6.1. Example of a Variable of the Data Type ARRAY 9-21
9.6.2. Example of a Variable of the Data Type STRUCTURE
10. Distributed I/O .10-2
10.1. Task Description: Operating the Conveyor Model via the ET200SP Distributed I/O 10-3
10.2. Fieldbus Systems for SIMATIC S7 . 10-4
10.3. Identification of Distributed I/O Devices 10-5
10.4. Components of the PROFINET Standard . 10-6
10.4.1. PROFINET Communication Model . 10-7
10.4.2. PROFINET IO Device Types 10-8
10.4.3. PROFINET Addresses 10-9
10.5. Inserting and Networking Distributed I/O 10-10
10.5.1. PROFINET IO Device ET200SP: Assigning the IP Address and Device Name OFFLINE10-11
10.5.2. PROFINET IO Device ET200SP: Assigning the Device Name ONLINE . 10-12
10.5.3. Exercise 1: ET200SP: Reset to Factory Settings . 10-13
10.5.4. Exercise 2: Reading-out the Firmware Version of the ET200SP 10-14
10.5.5. Exercise 3: Offline Project: Adding the ET200SP . 10-15
10.5.6. Exercise 4: Networking the ET200SP . 10-16
10.5.7. Exercise 5: Configuring and Parameterizing the ET200SP 10-17
10.5.8. Exercise 6: Setting the Channel Parameters of the AI Modules (ET200SP and Central AI)10-18
10.5.9. Exercise 7: ET200SP: Assigning the IP Address / PROFINET Name OFFLINE . 10-19
10.5.10. Exercise 8: ET200SP: Assigning the PROFINET Name ONLINE 10-20
10.5.11. Exercise 9: Compiling the HW Configuration and Downloading it in the CPU . 10-21
10.5.12. Exercise 10: Adjusting the S7 Program via "Rewiring" . 10-22
10.5.13. Exercise 11: Function Test with Conveyor Model via Distributed I/O . 10-23
10.6. Additional Information . 10-24
10.6.1. Installing Distributed I/O Components Later On
11. Connecting an HMI Device 11-2
11.1. Task Description: Operating the ‘Plant’ via the Touchpanel . 11-3
11.2. Data Exchange between Touchpanel and CPU . 11-4
11.3. Adjusting the S7 Program . 11-5
11.4. Adding an HMI Device 11-6
11.5. WinCC Configuration Interface . 11-7
11.5.1. Buttons and Input / Output Fields . 11-8
11.6. Configuring the IP Address of a Touchpanel 11-9
11.6.1. Networking a Touchpanel . 11-10
11.6.2. Configuring an HMI Connection 11-11
11.6.3. Setting the IP Address on the Touchpanel . 11-12
11.7. Downloading the HMI Project into the Touchpanel . 11-13
11.8. Exercise 1: Copying the Touchpanel Project and the Interface Data Block from the Library11-14
11.8.1. Exercise 2: Networking the Touchpanel . 11-15
11.8.2. Exercise 3: Configuring the HMI Connection 11-16
11.8.3. Exercise 4: Completing the HMI Tag Connection . 11-17
11.8.4. Exercise 5: Configuring the SETPOINT Quantity Display 11-18
11.8.5. Exercise 6: Compiling and Saving the HMI Project 11-19
11.8.6. Exercise 7: Setting the IP Address on the TP . 11-20
11.8.7. Exercise 8: Downloading the HMI Project into the Touchpanel 11-21
11.8.8. Exercise 9: Adjusting the STEP 7 Program
12. Functions and Function Blocks 12-2
12.1. Task Description: Fault Evaluation with Parameter-assignable Blocks . 12-3
12.2. Local and Global Operands 12-4
12.2.1. Management of the Local Data Stack . 12-5
12.2.2. The Use of Local, Temporary Variables . 12-6
12.3. Parameter-assignable Blocks: Example: Fault Evaluation . 12-7
12.3.1. Solution with Parameter-assignable Block . 12-8
12.3.2. Declaration of Formal Parameters 12-9
12.3.3. Editing a Parameter-assignable Block 12-10
12.3.4. Calling a Parameter-assignable Block 12-11
12.4. Task Description: Fault Evaluation by means of a Function (FC) 12-12
12.4.1. Exercise 1: Programming the Parameter-assignable Function "FC_FaultEvaluation" (FC20)12-13
12.4.2. Exercise 2: Calling and Parameterizing "FC_FaultEvaluation" (FC20) 12-14
12.5. Task Description: Fault Evaluation by means of a Function Block (FB) 12-15
12.5.1. Instantiating FBs . 12-16
12.5.2. FB - Declaration Part 12-17
12.5.3. Generating Instance Data Blocks . 12-18
12.5.4. Exercise 3: Editing "FB_FaultEvaluation" (FB20) . 12-19
12.5.5. Exercise 4: Calling "FB_FaultEvaluation" (FB20) . 12-20
12.6. Adding Block Parameters Later On 12-21
12.7. Deleting Block Parameters Later On 12-22
12.8. Updating a Block Call
13. Organization Blocks .13-2
13.1. Types of Program Blocks 13-3
13.2. Organization Blocks of the S7-1500 . 13-4
13.3. Creating a New OB . 13-5
13.4. OB Start Information using OB100 as an Example 13-6
13.5. S7-1500 Startup 13-7
13.6. Interrupting the Cyclic Program 13-8
13.6.1. Time-of-day Interrupt (OB 10) . 13-9
13.6.2. Cyclic Interrupt (OB35) . 13-10
13.6.3. Phase Offset for Cyclic Interrupts . 13-11
13.6.4. Hardware Interrupt (OB 40) 13-12
13.6.5. Exercise 1: Displaying the Type of Startup and Acknowledging It (OB100) . 13-13
13.7. OBs for Handling Asynchronous Errors 13-14
13.7.1. OBs for Handling Synchronous Errors
14. Troubleshooting .14-2
14.1. Categories of Errors 14-3
14.2. STEP 7 - Test Functions, Overview 14-4
14.3. System Diagnostics - Overview 14-5
14.4. Hardware Diagnostics . 14-6
14.5. Online & Diagnostics . 14-7
14.5.1. Diagnostics: Diagnostics Buffer 14-8
14.5.2. Diagnostics Buffer: Interpreting Error Messages 14-9
14.5.3. Diagnostics Buffer: Opening a Faulty Block . 14-10
14.6. Call Hierarchy 14-11
14.6.1. Exercise 1: Creating a Program Backup in the Project Library 14-12
14.6.2. Exercise 2: Copying the Error Program 14-13
14.6.3. Exercise 3: STOP Troubleshooting 14-14
14.7. Monitor Block (Block Status) . 14-15
14.7.1. Monitor Block: Modify Tags . 14-16
14.7.2. Monitor Block: Trigger Conditions / Call Environment 14-17
14.8. Monitor / Modify Variables (Tags): Watch Tables . 14-18
14.8.1. Monitor / Modify Variables (Tags): Trigger Points 14-19
14.8.2. Enable Peripheral Outputs (in Planning Stage) 14-20
14.8.3. Force Variables (Tags) . 14-21
14.9. Reference Data: Cross-references of PLC Tags 14-22
14.9.1. Reference Data: Cross-references of a Variable (Tag) in the Block Editor 14-23
14.9.2. Reference Data: Assignment of I, Q, M, T, C . 14-24
14.9.3. Reference Data: Call Structure . 14-25
14.9.4. Reference Data: Dependency Structure . 14-26
14.10. Comparing Blocks . 14-27
14.10.1. Comparing Blocks: Show Details 14-28
14.11. Exercise 4: Testing the Motor Jog 14-29
14.11.1. Exercise 5: Testing ‘Counting’ the Parts . 14-30
14.11.2. Exercise 6: Testing the Evaluation of Fault 3 . 14-31
14.12. TRACE Analyzer Function 14-32
14.12.1. TRACES Editor . 14-33
14.12.2. Configuring a TRACE . 14-34
14.12.3. Downloading TRACE into the CPU and Activating It 14-35
14.12.4. Looking at / Saving TRACE in STEP7 14-36
14.13. Exercise 7: Creating, Looking At and Saving TRACE
15. Integrating and Commissioning a Drive with Startdrive .15-2
Task Description: G120 as an Additional Conveyor Drive . 15-3
15.1. Communication Standard PROFIdrive . 15-4
15.1.1. CPU - Drive Communication: CPU - G120 . 15-5
15.1.2. Standard Telegrams . 15-6
15.1.3. Structure of the Control Word (CDS0 - ControlDataSet for Fieldbus Control) . 15-7
15.1.4. Structure of the Status Word . 15-8
15.1.5. Setpoint / Actual Value ? Speed Values . 15-9
15.2. Inserting a Drive into the Project . 15-10
15.2.1. Networking a Drive 15-11
15.2.2. Parameterizing the Module Address and Name . 15-12
15.2.3. Configuring a Power Unit 15-13
15.2.4. Parameterizing the Process Data Area (PZD) 15-14
15.2.5. Assigning the Device Name ONLINE (Module Initialization) 15-15
15.3. Parameterizing the Drive: with the "Commissioning Wizard" . 15-16
15.3.1. Exercise 1: Reading-out the Firmware Version of the Drive . 15-17
15.3.2. Exercise 2: Restoring the Factory Settings . 15-18
15.3.3. Exercise 3: Inserting and Networking the Drive in the Offline Project 15-19
15.3.4. Exercise 4: Configuring and Parameterizing the Drive . 15-20
15.3.5. Exercise 5: Assigning the PROFINET Device Name ONLINE . 15-21
15.3.6. Exercise 6: Parameterizing the Drive OFFLINE with the Commissioning Wizard . 15-22
15.3.7. Exercise 7: Downloading the Parameterization into the Drive 15-27
15.3.8. Exercise 8: Commissioning the Program Expansion 15-29
15.4. Additional Information . 15-30
15.4.1. Changing Parameters in the Inverter 15-31
15.4.2. Activating / Deactivating the Control Panel . 15-32
15.4.3. Operating the Control Panel . 15-33
15.4.4. Monitoring Control and Status Word Online . 15-34
15.4.5. Monitoring Active Messages Online . 15-34
15.4.6. G120 Reset to Factory Settings via BOP-2
16. Training and Support .16-2
16.1. Any Questions on our Training Courses Offered?? 16-3
16.2. www.siemens.com/sitrain . 16-4
16.3. Learning path: SIMATIC S7 Programming based on TIA Portal 16-5
16.4. Do You Need Service & Support? 16-6
16.5. Expertise Available in the Service & Support Portal . 16-7
16.6. Communication in the Service & Support Portal . 16-8
16.7. The Required Information – Just a Few Clicks Away 1/2 . 16-9
16.8. The Required Information – Just a Few Clicks Away 2/2 . 16-10
16.9. Documentation at Service & Support 16-11
16.10. Login . 16-12
16.11. What does “Configuring” Information mean?  


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