P. 1
00 Guide

00 Guide

|Views: 12|Likes:
Published by ayman qunaibi

More info:

Published by: ayman qunaibi on Nov 21, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

05/02/2013

pdf

text

original

Automation- and Drive Technology- SCE

Training document for the company-wide automation solution Totally Integrated Automation (T I A)

MODULE 0 Guide for tutorial material

T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002

Page 1 of 54

Module 0 Guide for the training document

Automation- and Drive Technology- SCE

This document was provided by Siemens A&D SCE (automation and drive technology, Siemens A&D Cooperates with Education) for training purposes. Siemens does not make any type of guarantee regarding its contents. The passing on or duplication of this document, including the use and report of its contents, is only permitted within public and training facilities. Exceptions require written permission by Siemens A&D SCE (Mr. Knust: E-Mail: michael.knust@hvr.siemens.de). Offences are subject to possible payment for damages caused. All rights are reserved for translation and any case of patenting or GM entry. We thank the company Michael Dziallas Engineering and the instructors of vocational schools as well as further persons for the support with the production of the document.

T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002

Page 2 of 54

Module 0 Guide for the training document

Automation- and Drive Technology- SCE

PAGE: 1. 2. 3. 3.1 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1.6 3.1.7 3.2 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.3 3.3.1 3.4 3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 3.4.5 3.4.6 3.4.7 3.4.8 3.4.9 3.4.10 3.4.11 Goal of the Training Document..................................................................... Target Groups / Job Training........................................................................ Short Explanation of the Module Contents ................................................... A: Basics of STEP 7- Programming ............................................................... Module A1 Module A2 Module A3 Module A4 Module A5 Module A6 Module A7 – Totally Integrated Automation (T I A).............................................. – Installation of STEP 7 V5.x / Handling of the authorization ............... – ‚Startup’ PLC- Programming with STEP 7....................................... – Programming of the CPU 315-2DP................................................. – PLC- Simulation with PLCSIM ....................................................... – Save / Archive / Program documentation ........................................ – Debug- and online- Functions ........................................................ 5 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 28 30 31 33 35 38 39 40 41

B: Additional Functions of STEP 7- Programming........................................ Module B1 Module B2 Module B3 Module B4 Module B5 Module B6 – Error diagnostics / Error handling................................................... – Analog value processing ............................................................... – Control engineering with STEP 7 .................................................. – Data blocks................................................................................. – Structured programming with function blocks.................................. - Converting STEP 5 -> STEP 7 .......................................................

C: Sequencer Programming ......................................................................... Module C1 – Sequencer programming with S7-GRAPH....................................... D: Industrial field bus systems....................................................................... Module D1 – AS- Interface with the SIMATIC S7-300 and the CP342-2................. Module D2 – AS- Interface / Integration of a logic module LOGO!......................... Module D3 – PROFIBUS DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200L ............. Module D4 – PROFIBUS DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200M ............ Module D5 – PROFIBUS DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200S/CPU..... Module D6 – PROFIBUS DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave CPU 315-2DP ..... Module D7 – PROFIBUS DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave MICROMASTER 37 Module D8 – Programming of SIMATIC WinAC ................................................. Module D9 – PROFIBUS-DP with Master CP 342-5DP / Slave ET 200L................ Module D10 – PROFIBUS-DP with Master CP 342-5DP / Slave CP 342-5DP ........ Module D11 – PROFIBUS-DP with Master CP 342-5DP / Master CP 342-5DP......

T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002

Page 3 of 54

Module 0 Guide for the training document

...................... 42 43 44 45 47 49 51 52 53 53 54 54 Appendix .........................................3 4...........4 E: IT.............................. Module F1 Module F2 Module F3 Module F4 – Human Machine Interface with OP7 and ProTool ................... F: Process Visualization.......2 4................................and Drive Technology...................... – Human Machine Interface with WinCC .......... – Human Machine Interface with ProTool/Pro Runtime.........................3 3............ Module E1 – Under construction...5......6...............6..................... 4...............6..1 3....................................2 3...............................4 4........6........5 3.............................6 3.SCE PAGE: 3.................................1 4....................Automation.............. Appendix II – IEC 61131.. Appendix I – PLC – Programming basics with SIMATIC S7-300........................... Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300 ..... T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 4 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document ..................................................Communication with SIMATIC S7.... Appendix III – Basic program instructions LAD/FBD/STL in STEP 7.........................1 3........ – Human Machine Interface with TP170A and ProTool ............

Automation.3 days D modules Sequencer Programming 2.Programming 2. The contents of all modules can be worked on in the following course structure: Basics of STEP 7 .3 Days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7.and Drive Technology. The exercises contain examples of the automation system SIMATIC by the company SIEMENS.3 Days B modules Industrial field bus systems 2.3 days F modules IT.SCE 1.Programming 2 . parameterizing and configuration of an innovative automation system to the reader and convert and strengthen the attained knowledge into practical exercises. The training document should explain the function knowledge.3 days C modules Process visualization 2. Goal of the Training Document The presenting training concept serves as an introduction to the modern programming of automation systems. The document is divided into separate modules which can be executed dependent on the previous knowledge of the reader.Communication with S7 1.2 Days E modules T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 5 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .

Target Groups / Job Training The training documents can be used for the following job training: Industry electronics technician Energy electronics technician Mechatronic technician Industrial mechatronic technician Polymechanic ( Switzerland ) Electronic service technician ( Switzerland ) Automation expert ( Switzerland ) And all that come in contact with automation technology in training.Automation.and Drive Technology. T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 6 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .SCE 2.

and onlineFunctions Additional functions of STEP 7.Simulation with PLCSIM Module A6 Save / Archive / Program documentation Module A7 Test.2 days E modules T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Sequencer programming 2. Module A4 shows an application with the CPU 315-2DP and module A5 explains the introduction of the PLC. 3.SCE 3.Programming (2 -3 Days) Module A1 Totally Integrated Automation (T I A ) Quick introduction Module A2 Installation of STEP 7 / Authorization Module A3 ‚Startup’ PLCProgramming with STEP 7 Module A4 Programming of the CPU 315-2DP Module A5 PLC. The following sequence is therefore arranged.3 days B modules Industrial field bus systems 2.Simulator PLCSIM.Communication With SIMATIC S7 1. A4 and A5 represent the different alternatives to programming for the first time with STEP 7. whereby the modules A3-A5 are optional Basics of STEP 7.3 days D modules IT.3 days F modules Page 7 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Programming.Programming 2.3 days C modules Process visualization 2. The time frame is approximately 20 instructional units (45 minutes).Programming The following modules can be used as teaching tools for the theme Basics of STEP 7.and Drive Technology.Automation.1 Short description of the module contents Basics of STEP 7. Therefore the modules A3. Module A3 arranges a quick hardware dependent introduction into automation technology with SIMATIC S7 for absolute beginners.

Automation.and Drive Technology.SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 8 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .

1. Required Hardware and Software Special hardware und software does not come into operation here.1 Module A1 – Totally Integrated Automation (T I A) Learning goal: The reader is introduced to the philosophy of Totally Integrated Automation (T I A).Automation. T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 9 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . so there are no special requirements for it’s execution. These components are shown in the following modules in application. Requirements: No practical application is generated in this module. This module is clearly theoretic.and Drive Technology. Therefore the reader should receive an overview of the several components for the realization of this fully integrated automation.SCE 3.

0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. PC. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 10 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.Interface for the PC (e.0 Required hardware and software 1 PC. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and Drive Technology.g. • Installation of the software • Handling of the authorization • Setting the program interface Requirements: For the successful use of this module.x 3 MPI. approx.x / Handling of Authorization Learning goal: The reader should be shown in this module how the software STEP 7 V 5.1. approx. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Automation.x is installed and the how the interface for SIMATIC S7-300 is adjusted.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.SCE 3.2 Module A2 – Installation of STEP 7 V5.

the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.Programming with STEP 7 Learning goals: In this module.1. the reader will learn about the programming of a programmable logic controller (PLC) with the programming tool STEP 7.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 11 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with a minimum of one digital In. The inputs must be led out of a switch bay. • Installation of software and the modification of a program interface • Explanation of what a PLC is and how it works • Structure and operation of a PLC SIMATIC S7-300 • Compilation of an example program • Loading and debugging of an example program Requirements: For the successful use of this module. approx.and Output device.Interface for the PC (e.SCE 3. The module arranges the basics and shows the procedure in the following steps by means of a detailed example. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.3 Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC. approx.Automation. PC.and Drive Technology.g. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.x 3 MPI.0 Required hardware and software 1 PC.

and Output device.Automation.Program • Debugging of a program Requirements: For the successful use of this module the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. PC.Project • Generation of the hardware configuration for the CPU 315-2DP • Writing of a STEP 7. The module arranges the principle procedure and shows them in the following steps by means of a detailed example.Interface for the PC (e.Programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC.4 Module A4 – Programming of the CPU315-2DP Learning goal: In this module. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and Drive Technology.g. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.1. the reader will learn about the generation of the hardware configuration for the CPU 3152DP and the writing and debugging of a STEP 7-Program.g.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.0 • Basics of PLC. The inputs must be led out of a switch bay. • Application of a STEP 7.SCE 3.Programming with STEP 7 (e.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP and a minimum of one digital In. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC. approx.x 3 MPI.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 12 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . approx. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP7 V 5.

1.Program with the simulation software S7-PLCSIM.5 Module A5 – PLC.g. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. approx.Simulation with PLCSIM Learning goal: In this module. the reader will learn about the debugging of a STEP 7. • Installation of the software • Generation of a simple program • Starting of S7-PLCSIM • Debugging of a S7-PLCSIM program Requirements: For the successful use of this module the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.and Drive Technology.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. The module shows the principle procedure in the following steps by means of a detailed example.Automation. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP7 V 5.x 3 Software S7-PLCSIM V5.0 • Basics of PLC.x 2 STEP 7 1 PC 3 S7-PLCSIM T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 13 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC.SCE 3. approx.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC.

Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Program Requirements: For the successful use of this module.x 3 MPI. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. approx. • Viewing of the reference data to a STEP 7.0 • Basics of PLC.Programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC. • Symbolic addressing • Saving of programs in the EPROM-Memory Card of the SIMATIC S7-300 • Archiving and retrieving STEP 7-Programs. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 14 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . 65MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.1.SCE 3.Interface for the PC (e.6 Module A6 – Save / Archive / Program documentation Learning goal: In this module.g.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and Drive Technology.g. PC.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.Automation. the reader will learn the tools to the program documentation and saving of STEP 7Programs.Programming with STEP 7 (e. approx.

Automation. • Debug functions • Online. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC.functions Requirements: For the successful use of this module. the reader will learn the tools which are helpful for error searching.and Drive Technology.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0. approx.Functions Learning goal: In this module.and online.Programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC.1.SCE 3. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.0 • Basics of PLC. approx.7 Module A7 – Test.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 15 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . 65MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.g.x 3 MPI.Interface for the PC (e.g. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. PC.Programming with STEP 7 (e.

2 days E modules T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 16 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .and Drive Technology.2 Additional functions of STEP 7.Programming The following modules can be used as teaching tools for the theme Additional functions of STEP 7Programming.. with function blocks Module B6 Converting STEP5 -> STEP 7 Industrial field bus systems 2.SCE 3.Communication with S7 1.Automation.3 days C modules Processvisualization 2.3 days F modules IT.Programming (2 -3 days) Module B1 Error diagnostics / Error handling Module B2 Analog value processing Module B3 Control engineering with STEP 7 Module B4 Data blocks Module B5 Structured Prog.3 days D modules Sequencer programming 2.Programming 2.3 days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7. The following sequence is therefore arranged as follows. Basics of STEP 7. The time frame is approximately 20 instructional units (45 minutes).

Automation.SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 17 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .and Drive Technology.

Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.and Drive Technology.0 • Basics of PLC.Functions) Required hardware and software 1 PC.Interface for the PC (e. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 18 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . Module A7 .Functions in STEP 7 (e.x 3 MPI.Debug. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5. The following module contains: • • • Diagnostic functions in STEP 7 Error types and appropriate Organization Blocks Types of Organization Blocks Requirements: For the successful use of this module. approx. Module A3 .and Online.g.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. PC.g.2.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Debug.g.Automation. the reader will learn about the procedure of error diagnostics. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.1 Module B1 – Error diagnostics / Error handling Learning goal: In this module.and Online.Programming with STEP 7 (e. approx.SCE 3.

2 Module B2 – Analog value processing Learning goal: In this module. and outputted into a SIMATIC S7. approx. • Analog signals • Data types in STEP 7 • Mathematical operations • Conversion of data types in STEP 7 • Input and normalize an analog value • Normalize and output an analog value Requirements: For the successful use of this module. the reader will learn about how analog values are inputted. Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.0 • Basics of PLC.Programming with STEP 7 (e. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5. Module A3 . by which a potentiometer or another analog signal transmitter is connected. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC.SCE 3. Also.g.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with at least one analog input/output module. processed. approx.2. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.x 3 MPI. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V.g.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.5 A Analog In-/ Outputs: AI 4/ AO 2 x 8Bit 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 19 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . PC. an analog value display must be connected to an analog output. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Interface for the PC (e.and Drive Technology.Automation.

5 A Analog In-/ Outputs: AI 4/ AO 2 x 8Bit 5 Controlled system (e. • PID.Automation. by which a potentiometer or another analog signal transmitter is connected.x 3 MPI. how it is toggled with analog process values and taken into operation. Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.g. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Analog value processing with STEP 7 (e. the reader should learn how a PID controller is connected within a STEP 7.: Fill level system W-3545-5C by the company WUEKRO) 6 Connection wires for the connection of the controlled system to the analog in and outputs of the PLC.Interface for the PC (e. Module B2 – Analog value processing) Required Hardware and Software 1 PC.Program • Toggling of the PID-Controller with analog values • Setting control parameters with the PID-Controller Requirements: For the successful use of this module.and Drive Technology.SCE 3. PC. Module A3 .g. approx.Programming with STEP 7 (e. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. an analog value display must be connected to an analog output.Controller call in a STEP 7.g. 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 6 Connection wires 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 20 of 54 5 Controlled system Module 0 Guide for the training document .Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with at least one analog input/output module.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.3 Module B3 – Control engineering with STEP 7 Learning goal: In the following steps. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 • Basics of PLC. approx.2.g. Also. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.

SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 21 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .and Drive Technology.Automation.

and Drive Technology.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with at least one digital in.Automation. Module A3 .g. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. approx. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital input: DI 16x DC24V Digital output: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and output module.Programming with STEP 7 (e.Interface for the PC (e. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.Program Requirements: For the successful use of this module. approx. The inputs must be lead through a functional unit.0 • Basics of PLC.x 3 MPI.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics to structured programming (e. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. PC.SCE 3. • Generating data blocks • Specifying a structure of a data block • Access to a data element in a STEP 7. Appendix I .g.g.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.2. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Basics to PLC –Programming with SIMATIC S7-300) Required hardware and software 1 PC.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 22 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .4 Module B4 – Data blocks Learning goal: In this module. the reader should learn how a data block can be used to save data.

Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with at least one digital in.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 23 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.Interface for the PC (e.g.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics to structured programming (e.Programming with STEP 7 (e.g. Module A3 .0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.g.and output module. Appendix I .2.Basics to PLC –Programming with SIMATIC S7-300) Required hardware and software 1 PC.SCE 3. approx.and Drive Technology. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital input: DI 16x DC24V Digital output: DO 16x DC24V / 0.Automation. The inputs must be lead through a functional unit.x 3 MPI. approx. the reader should learn how a function block with internal variables is generated for structured programming. • Generating a function block • Defining internal variables • Programming internal variables in a function block • Calling and parameterizing of a function block in OB1 Requirements: For the successful use of this module.0 • Basics of PLC. PC. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.5 Module B5 – Structured programming with function blocks Learning goal: In this module. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.

Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with at least one digital in.2.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital input: DI 16x DC24V Digital output: DO 16x DC24V / 0.6 Module B6 – Converting STEP 5 -> STEP 7 Learning goal: In this module.x 3 MPI. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.and Drive Technology.g.SCE 3.5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 24 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . approx. PC. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Interface for the PC (e. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.g. approx. The inputs must be lead through a functional unit.Automation.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC.and output module. the reader should learn how to convert STEP 5.Programs into executing STEP 7Programs Requirements: For the successful use of this module. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 • Basics of PLC. Module A3 .

Programming 2.Communication with S7 1. Basics of STEP 7.SCE 3.Programming 2.and Drive Technology. The following sequence is therefore arranged as follows.3 days F modules IT.2 days E modules Sequencer programming (2 -3 days) Module C1 Sequencer programming with S7-GRAPH T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 25 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .3 days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7.3 days B modules Industrial field bus systems 2.3 Sequencer Programming The following module can be used as a teaching tool for the theme Sequencer programming.Automation. The time frame is approximately 20 instructional units (45 minutes).3 days D modules Process visualization 2.

approx.3. switch states.Adapter) 5 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with at least one digital in.and diagnostic functions. The module shows the principle procedure in the following steps by means of a detailed example. further functions from S7-GRAPH are arranged .5 A 1 PC 2 STEP 7 4 PC Adapter 3 S7-GRAPH T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 26 of 54 5 S7-300 Module 0 Guide for the training document .0 • Basics of PLC. Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and Drive Technology. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. PC.g. With the help of the debug. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A. the reader will learn the programming of a sequential control system with the graphic programming tool S7-GRAPH. signal flow and motion charts. the mode of operation of the generated program can be checked. 65MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.Automation. CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V.SCE 3.g.Interface for the PC (e. • Through a modifier of the task position with additional marginal conditions.x 3 Software S7-GRAPH V5. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. Requirements: For the successful use of this module. The inputs must be lead through a functional unit.and output module. • Installation of the software • Performance of types from the sequential control system and the representation possibilities from movement sequences.x 4 MPI. • Generation of a simple movement execution displayed as a path step chart and as a function chart by means of a programming example.1 Module C1 – Sequencer programming with S7. • The pertinent sequential control system is examined as a sequencer program in S7-GRAPH.Programming with STEP 7 (e. approx.Programming with STEP 7) Required hardware and software 1 PC.GRAPH Learning goal: In this module. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.

The time frame is approximately 20 instructional units (45 minutes).SCE 3.and Drive Technology. From these modules a suitable. T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 27 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .4 Industrial Field Bus Systems The following modules can be used as teaching tools for the theme Industrial field bus systems. Therefore the modules D1 and D2 show the uses of the AS-Interface and the modules D2 to D11 the use of the PROFIBUS DP. available hardware selection occurs.Automation.

and Drive Technology.3 days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7.SCE The following sequence is therefore arranged as follows Basics of STEP 7.2 days E modules T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 28 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Programming 2.3 days F modules Industrial field bus systems (2 -3 days) Module D1 AS-I with S7-300 and CP342-2 AS.Programming 2.Communication with S7 1.3 days B modules Sequencer programming 2.3 days C modules Process visualization 2.Interface Module D2 AS-I with S7-300 and integrating LOGO PROFIBUS Module D4 Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200M Module D3 Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200L Module D5 Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200S/CPU Module D11 Master CP 342-5DP / Master CP 342-5DP Module D6 Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave CPU 315-2DP Module D10 Master CP 342-DP / Slave CP 342-5DP Module D7 Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave Micromaster Module D9 Master CP 342-5DP / Slave ET 200L Module D8 Programming of WinAC IT.Automation.

Automation. the reader should learn the fundamental functions of the AS-Interface and interface CP342-2 for the SIMATIC S7-300.SCE 3.Programming with STEP 7 (e.0 • Basics of PLC. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.g. A simple example is generated in the following steps: • Commissioning of the AS-Interface with the CP342-2 • Generation of a project for a PLC SIMATIC S7-300 • Writing an example program • Debugging the task with the CP342-2 and the SIMATIC S7.and Drive Technology. Module A3 .300 Requirements: For the successful use of this module.4.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 29 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .1 Module D1 – AS-Interface with the SIMATIC S7-300 and the CP342-2 Learning goal: In this module.

Slave 4 inputs allocated with 2 buttons AS-I.Interface for the PC (e. approx.SCE Required hardware and software 1 PC.5 A CP 342-2 AS-Interface AS-I.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.Adapter) PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.and Drive Technology.Automation. 150 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5. 150 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.Slave 4 outputs allocated with 5/2-solenoid valve for the triggering of a cylinder AS-Interface power supply 30V AS-Interface yellow data cable Address device for AS-I slaves 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 PC 2 STEP 7 9 Address device for AS-I.g.x MPI.Slaves 3 PC Adapter 8 AS-Interface Data cable 4 S7-300 with CP342-2 7 AS-Interface Power supply 30V 5 AS-I-Slave 4 Inputs 6 AS-I-Slave 4 Outputs T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 30 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . PC. approx.

Automation.4.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Commissioning of the AS-Interface with SIMATIC S7-300 (e.Programming with STEP 7 (e. the reader should learn the basic functions of the LOGO! logic module 24RCLB11 with integrated interface for the AS-Interface. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.SCE 3. Module A3 .2 Module D2 – AS-Interface / Integration of the logic module LOGO! Learning goal: In this module.g.g.300 and the LOGO!24RCLB11 Requirements: For the successful use of this module.0 • Basics of PLC.and Drive Technology. Module D1 – AS. Typical task positions are executed by a pattern machine and an example project is processed in the following steps: • Generation of a program for the LOGO!24RCLB11 logic module • Debugging of task position in RUN mode of LOGO! • Generation of a project for a PLC SIMATIC S7-300 • Integration of ASi information from the LOGO!24RCLB11 logic module in the control program of the SIMATIC S7-300CPU • Debugging of the task position with a PLC SIMATIC S7.Interface with the SIMATIC S7-300 and the CP342-2) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 31 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .

PC. 150 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. 150 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5. approx. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.and Drive Technology.g.Interface for the PC (e.5 A CP 342-2 AS-Interface 6 AS-Interface power supply 30V 7 AS-Interface yellow data cable 1 PC 2 STEP 7 4 PC Adapter 7 AS-Interface Data cable 5 S7-300 with CP342-2 6 AS-Interface Power supply 30V 3 LOGO! 24RCLB11 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 32 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Automation.Adapter) 5 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0. approx.x 3 LOGO!24RCLB11 logic module 4 MPI.SCE Required hardware and software 1 PC.

and outputs 6 PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP 6 PROFIBUS cable 5 ET 200L T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 33 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . Module A3 . PC. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.Interface for the PC (e.3 Module D3 – Profibus DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200L Learning goal: In this module.g. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5. Requirements: For the successful use of this module.Programming with STEP 7 (e.g.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP Example configuration: Network: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP 5 Distributed I/O ET 200L with 16 digital In.0 • Basics of PLC.and Drive Technology. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.g.4. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) Required hardware and software 1 PC.SCE 3. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example.Automation.x 3 MPI. approx. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. approx.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e. the reader should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with the CPU 315-2DP as a master and the ET 200L as a slave.

g. the reader should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with the CPU 315-2DP as a master and the ET 200M as a slave. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e.4 Module D4 – Profibus DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200M Learning goal: In this module. Requirements: For the successful use of this module.Automation.0 • Basics of PLC.SCE 3. Module A3 .g. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.and Drive Technology.4. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 34 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Programming with STEP 7 (e.

and Drive Technology.Interface for the PC (e.Adapter) PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP Example configuration: Network: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP Distributed I/O ET 200M with at least one digital in. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. approx. approx. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. PC. 65 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A PROFIBUS terminal: IM 153-1 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and output.Automation.SCE Required hardware and software 1 PC.g.x MPI.5 A PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots 2 3 4 5 6 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP 6 PROFIBUS cable 5 ET 200M T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 35 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.

the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. Requirements: For the successful use of this module. Module A3 .5 Module D5 – Profibus DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave ET 200S/CPU Learning goal: In this module.4. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 36 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e.Programming with STEP 7 (e.SCE 3.g.0 • Basics of PLC. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example. the reader should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with the CPU 315-2DP as a master and the ET 200S with the integrated CPU as a slave.Automation.and Drive Technology.g.

Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. Example configuration: PROFIBUS connection with integrated CPU: IM 151/CPU Power supply: PM-E DC24V Digital inputs: 4 DI DC24V Digital outputs: 4 DO DC24V / 0.and output.g. PC.and Drive Technology. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.Interface for the PC (e. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.SCE Required hardware and software 1 PC.5A 5 Distributed I/O ET 200S with integrated CPU and with at least one digital in. approx.x 3 MPI.5 A 6 PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP 6 PROFIBUS cable 5 ET200S with IM151/CPU T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 37 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP with at least one digital in. Example configuration: Network: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.and output.Automation. approx.

‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.g. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 38 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . the reader should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with the CPU 315-2DP as a master and a CPU 315-2DP as a slave.4. Requirements: For the successful use of this module.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Module A3 .g.Automation.SCE 3.6 Module D6 – Profibus DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave CPU 315-2DP Learning goal: In this module.and Drive Technology.0 • Basics of PLC. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example.

Automation- and Drive Technology- SCE

Required hardware and software 1 PC, Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM, approx. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM, approx. 65 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5.x MPI- Interface for the PC (e.g. PC- Adapter) PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP with at least one digital in- and output. Example configuration: Network: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.5A PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP and at least one digital in- and output. Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.5 A PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots

2 3 4

5

6

1 PC

2 STEP 7

3 PC Adapter

4 S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP

6 PROFIBUS cable

5 S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP

T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002

Page 39 of 54

Module 0 Guide for the training document

Automation- and Drive Technology- SCE

3.4.7

Module D7 – Profibus DP with Master CPU 315-2DP / Slave MICROMASTER Vector Learning goal: In this module, the readers should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with the CPU 315-2DP as a master and the MICROMASTER Vector as a slave. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example. Requirements: For the successful use of this module, the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 • Basics of PLC- Programming with STEP 7 (e.g. Module A3 - ‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e.g. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) Required Hardware and Software 1 PC, Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM, approx. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM, approx. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.x 3 MPI- Interface for the PC (e.g. PC- Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CPU 315-2DP Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 315-2DP 5 MICROMASTER Vector with PROFIBUS module CB15 6 PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots

1 PC

2 STEP 7

3 PC Adapter

4 SIMATIC S7-300 with CPU 315-2DP

6 PROFIBUS cable

5 MICROMASTER with PROFIBUS Module CB15

T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002

Page 40 of 54

Module 0 Guide for the training document

Automation- and Drive Technology- SCE

3.4.8

Module D8 – Programming of SIMATIC WinAC Learning goal: In this module, the reader should learn how the Soft- PLC SIMATIC WinAC is programmed and parameterized. Therefore the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with SIMATIC WinAC as a master and the ET 200L as a slave. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example. Requirements: For the successful use of this module, the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 • Basics of PLC- Programming with STEP 7 (e.g. Module A3 - ‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e.g. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) Required Hardware und Software 1 PC, Operating system Windows NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM, approx. 69 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM, approx. 69 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.x 3 Soft- PLC WinAC 4 PROFIBUS interface for the PC (e.g. CP5613) 5 Distributed I/O ET 200L with 16 digital in- and outputs 6 PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots

2 STEP 7

1 PC with 4 PROFIBUS interface CP5613 3 Soft- PLC WinAC

5 ET 200L 6 PROFIBUS cable

T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002

Page 41 of 54

Module 0 Guide for the training document

‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.x with option NCM S7 PROFIBUS MPI. 65 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5.Adapter) PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CP 342-5DP Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314IFM PROFIBUS.g. Module A3 . the reader should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with a SIMATIC S7-300 with the communication processor CP 342-5DP as master and the ET 200L as a slave.SCE 3.g.and Drive Technology.and outputs PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots 2 3 4 5 6 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CP 342-5DP 6 PROFIBUS cable 5 ET 200L T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 42 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example. Requirements: For the successful use of this module. approx.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) Required hardware and software 1 PC.Automation. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.9 Module D9 – Profibus DP with Master CP 342-5DP / Slave ET 200L Learning goal: In this module.0 • Basics of PLC.g. PC. approx.Communication processor: CP 342-5DP Distributed I/O ET 200L with 16 digital in.4.Interface for the PC (e.

Automation.and Drive Technology.SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 43 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .

0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. 65 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.g.Programming with STEP 7 (e. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. approx. PC.10 Module D10 – Profibus DP with Master CP 342-5DP / Slave CP 342-5DP Learning goal: In this module.and Drive Technology. Module A3 .‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e.Automation. approx. Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems with SIMATIC S7-300) Required hardware and software 1 PC.SCE 3.x with option NCM S7 PROFIBUS 3 MPI.0 • Basics of PLC. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.Adapter) 4 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CP 342-5DP Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314IFM PROFIBUS.Interface for the PC (e. the reader should learn how the PROFIBUS DP is taken into operation with a SIMATIC S7-300 with the communication processor CP 342-5DP as a master and as a slave. Requirements: For the successful use of this module. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.g.Communication processor: CP 342-5DP 5 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CP 342-5DP Example configuration: Network: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314IFM PROFIBUS.Communication processor: CP 342-5DP 6 PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CP 342-5DP T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 6 PROFIBUS cable Page 44 of 54 5 S7-300 cable CP 342-5DP Module 0 Guide for the training document . The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example.4.g.

Automation.and Drive Technology.SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 45 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .

0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.Interface for the PC (e.x with option NCM S7 PROFIBUS MPI.0 • Basics of PLC. Requirements: For the successful use of this module. 65 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. approx.Communication processor: CP 342-5DP PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CP 342-5DP Example configuration: Network: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314IFM PROFIBUS. Appendix IV – Basics of a field bus system with SIMATIC S7-300) Required hardware and software 1 PC. PC.g.Communication processor: CP 342-5DP PROFIBUS cable with 2 PROFIBUS slots 2 3 4 5 6 1 PC 2 STEP 7 3 PC Adapter 4 S7-300 with CP 342-5DP T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 6 PROFIBUS cable Page 46 of 54 5 S7-300 with CP 342-5DP Module 0 Guide for the training document .SCE 3. the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.g.g. approx. Module A3 .Adapter) PLC SIMATIC S7-300 with the CP 342-5DP Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314IFM PROFIBUS.Programming with STEP 7 (e. The module shows the principle procedure by means of a short example.11 Module D11 – Profibus DP with Master CP 342-5DP / Master CP 342-5DP Learning goal: In this module.‘Startup’ PLC programming with STEP 7) • Basics of the PROFIBUS DP (e. 65 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5.4. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.Automation.and Drive Technology. the reader should learn how a FDL connection to a PROFIBUS DP with two SIMATIC S7-300 with the communication processor CP 342-5DP as a master is taken into operation.

SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 47 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .Automation.and Drive Technology.

3 days C modules Process visualization 2.Programming 2.5 IT.3 days D modules Sequencer programming 2.Communication with SIMATIC S7 The following module can be used as a teaching tool for the theme IT.3 days B modules Industrial field bus systems 2.Automation. The following sequence is therefore arranged as follows. Basics of STEP 7.and Drive Technology.3 days F modules IT.Communication The time frame is approximately 15 instructional units (45 minutes).Communication with S7 (1 -2 days) Module E1 Under construction T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 48 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .SCE 3.3 days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7.Programming 2.

com/sce T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 49 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .5.1 Module E1 – Under Construction Under Construction!!! Coming soon on the WEB: http://www.and Drive Technology.Automation.siemens.SCE 3.

3 days D modules Sequencer programming 2.3 days B Modules Industrial field bus systems 2.6 Process visualization The following module can be used as a teaching tool for the theme Process visualization.Programming 2.2 days E modules Process Visualization (2 -3 days) Module F1 OP7 and ProTool Module F2 TP170A and ProTool Module F3 ProTool/Pro Runtime Module F4 WinCC T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 50 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .3 days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7.Automation.3 days C modules IT. Basics of STEP 7. The time frame is approximately 20 instructional units (45 Minutes) The following sequence is therefore arranged as follows.Programming 2.SCE 3.and Drive Technology.Communication with S7 1.

and Drive Technology.0 • Basics of PLC. typical tasks by a pattern machine as well as further tips and tricks.Automation. Notes for documentation In the associated chapters we explain the fundamental functions of the operator panel. In the next step follows the connection by the programmable controller. Lastly we show you the result on the display of the operator panel so that you can directly your result after each configuration step. All capitals are based on the following principle: First of all the exercise is explained.SCE 3.g.1 Module F1 – Human Machine Interface with OP7 and ProTool Learning goal: In this module. the reader should become familiar with the programming of ProTool’s configuration software and the fundamental functions of the operator panel OP 7 with the integrated interface to the MPI and/or Profibus DP. Requirements: For the successful use of this module the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.6.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC.Programming with STEP 7) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 51 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . Afterwards the several configuration steps are executed and displayed by means of a chosen dialog box.

g. PC.Interface for the PC (e.and Drive Technology. approx.2 MPI.Adapter) Example configuration for PLC SIMATIC S7-300: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. approx. 150 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.5 A Operator Panel OP7 Serial data cable for the connection from OP7 to COM1 of the PC MPI and/or Profibus DP data cable for the connection from OP7 to the controller 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 PC 2 STEP 7 4 PC Adapter 3 Configuration software ProTool 7 Serial data cable 5 S7-300 8 MPI and/or Profibus DP data cable 6 Operator Panel OP7 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 52 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . 150 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.x Configuration software ProTool V 5.SCE Required Hardware and Software 1 PC.Automation.

Lastly we show you the result on the display of the touch panel so that you can directly your result after each configuration step. All capitals are based on the following principle: First of all the exercise is explained. Afterwards the several configuration steps are executed and displayed by means of a chosen dialog box.SCE 3.6.Programming with STEP 7) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 53 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . typical tasks by a pattern machine as well as further tips and tricks.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Notes for documentation: In the associated chapters we explain the fundamental functions of the touch panel. the reader should become familiar with the programming of the configuration software Pro Tool and the fundamental functions of the touch panel TP170A with integrated interface to the MPI and/or Profibus DP.and Drive Technology.2 Module F2 – Human Machine Interface with TP170A and ProTool Learning goal: In this module.g. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC.0 • Basics of PLC.Automation. In the next step follows the connection by the programmable controller. Requirements: For the successful use of this module the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.

and Drive Technology. approx. PC. 150 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM. approx.SCE Required Hardware and Software 1 PC.2 MPI. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM. 150 MB free hard disk space Software STEP 7 V 5.Interface for the PC (e.5 A Touch Panel TP170A Serial zero modern cable for the connection from TP170A to COM1 of PC MPI and/or Profibus DP data cable for the connection from TP170A to the controller 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 PC 2 STEP 7 4 PC Adapter 3 Configuration software ProTool 7 Serial zero modern cable 5 S7-300 6 Touch Panel TP170A 8 MPI and/or Profibus DP data cable T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 54 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .g.Adapter) Example configuration for PLC SIMATIC S7-300: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.x Configuration software ProTool V 5.Automation.

SCE 3.and Drive Technology.Programming with STEP 7 (e. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC.g. • Debugging of the tasks in online operation with a PLC SIMATIC S7.Programming with STEP 7) T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 55 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . • Installation of software • Steps for compiling a project • Input from image objects and libraries • Configuration of display and controls • Creation and activation from alarm and event messages. the reader should learn the fundamental functions of the software ProTool/Pro Runtime.3 Module F3 – Human Machine Interface with ProTool/Pro Runtime Learning goal: In this module.300 Requirements: For the successful use of this module the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.0 • Basics of PLC. Typical tasks are executed by a pattern machine.Automation.6.

Automation.Adapter) 5 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.Interface for the PC (e.and Drive Technology. approx.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.x 3 Configuration software ProTool/Pro CS V5.2 4 MPI. 150 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP 7 V 5.g.5 A 2 STEP 7 1 PC 4 PC Adapter 3 ProTool/Pro CS+RT 5 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 56 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . 150 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz und 128MB RAM. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.SCE Required Hardware and Software 1 PC. PC. approx.2 and simulation software ProTool/Pro RT V5.

150 MB free hard disk space Optimal: 500MHz and 128MB RAM.5 A 2 STEP 7 1 PC 4 PC Adapter 3 WinCC 5 S7-300 T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 57 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .4 Module F4 – Human Machine Interface with WinCC Learning goal: In this module. approx.0 with Minimal: 133MHz and 64MB RAM.Automation. approx. Operating system Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4. Module A3 – ‘Startup’ PLC.g.6. the reader becomes familiar with the fundamental functions of the WinCC software.g.x 4 MPI. • Installation of software • Steps for compiling a project • Configuration of display and controls • Input from image objects and libraries • Display of measured values • Alarm logging with logs • Displaying functions with Global Scripts • Debugging of the tasks in online operation with a PLC SIMATIC S7.Programming with STEP 7 (e. PC. Typical tasks are executed by a pattern system.300 Requirements: For the successful use of this module the following knowledge is assumed: • Knowledge in the use of Windows 95/98/2000/ME/NT4.and Drive Technology.Adapter) 5 PLC SIMATIC S7-300 Example configuration: Power supply: PS 307 2A CPU: CPU 314 Digital inputs: DI 16x DC24V Digital outputs: DO 16x DC24V / 0.SCE 3.x 3 Process visualization software WinCC V5.0 • Basics of PLC.Interface for the PC (e. 150 MB free hard disk space 2 Software STEP7 V 5.Programming with STEP 7) Required Hardware and Software 1 PC.

and Drive Technology.Automation.SCE T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 58 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .

The inner part of the course structure is assigned as follows: Appendix I Basics S7-300 Appendix II IEC 61131 Appendix III Program instructions Basics of STEP 7.Programming 2 . Appendix The appendices I-IV contain the theoretical basics for the operation of the module available.Communication with S7 1.Programming 2.3 days B modules Appendix IV Field bus systems Industrial field bus systems 2.Automation.3 days F modules IT.SCE 4.2 days E modules T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 59 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .3 days A modules Additional functions of STEP 7.and Drive Technology.3 days C modules Process visualization 2.3 days D modules Sequencer programming 2.

Requirements: The theoretical basics are present here.2 Appendix II – IEC 61131 Learning goal: The reader receives information about the international Norm IEC 61131 with this appendix. 4.and Drive Technology.Automation. no special requirements are necessary. These documents give you an overview of the automation system SIMATIC S7-300 and the appropriate programming software STEP 7. so no special requirements are necessary.SCE 4. With these controllers.1 Appendix I – Basics of PLC – Programming with SIMATIC S7 300 Learning goal: Programmable logic controllers (PLC in brief). Requirements: Since the basics are found within this appendix. are considered today as a principal item of automation. T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 60 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document . most diverse tasks of automation can be implemented depending on the definition of the problem.

They are: • • • Multi Point Interface (MPI) AS-Interface PROFIBUS Requirements: Since the basics are found within this appendix. T I A Training document Last revision: 02/2002 Page 61 of 54 Module 0 Guide for the training document .g.SCE 4. no special requirements are necessary. Appendix I – PLC-Programming basics with SIMATIC S7-300) 4.Programming basics (e.3 Appendix III – Basic program instructions LAD/FBD/STL in STEP 7 Learning goal: The reader receives a collection of the most important programming instructions which are needed for the solution of the tasks of programming in the modules within this appendix. Requirements: In order for the instructions and the programming mode to be understood. the following knowledge is assumed: • PLC.and Drive Technology.4 Appendix IV – Basics of field bus systems SIMATIC S7-300 Learning goal: This document should give you an overview of field bus systems in general and should introduce the integrated bus systems of the automation system S7-300.Automation.

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->