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8000DB0710

04/2010
Raleigh, NC, USA

Instruction Bulletin

Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in Vijeo™ Designer
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Overview

This instruction bulletin provides step-by-step instructions on programming
objects within Vijeo™ Designer software to mimic the visual and functional
operation of PanelMate® indicator templates when PanelMate is not available.

Presumptions

This bulletin is written for individuals familiar with Vijeo Designer software.
If you are not familiar with this software, please consult your system
administrator before attempting to program objects.

Requirements

The following software is required:
Software



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PanelMate ePro PS
Vijeo Designer V4.5.1 or higher
SnagIt® or equivalent screen capture tool

Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

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Overview ..................................................................................................... 1
Presumptions .............................................................................................. 1
Requirements .............................................................................................. 1
Table of Contents ........................................................................................ 2
Safety Information...................................................................................... 3
Notice .......................................................................................................... 3
Qualified Personnel ..................................................................................... 4
Before You Begin ....................................................................................... 4
Start Up and Test ........................................................................................ 5
Operation and Adjustments ......................................................................... 6
Product Related Information ....................................................................... 6
User Comments .......................................................................................... 6
PanelMate® Indicator Template.................................................................. 7
Indicator Attributes Tab ............................................................................... 7
Indicator States Tab .................................................................................... 8
Control Definitions Tab ................................................................................ 9
PanelMate® Indicator Template Conversion Examples ....................... 10
Creating Indicator Attributes ...................................................................... 10
Creating Indicator States ........................................................................... 13
Creating Control Definitions ...................................................................... 21
Testing the Indicator Template ................................................................. 31

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Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer
Safety Information

Safety Information
Notice

Read these instructions carefully, and look at the equipment to become
familiar with the device before trying to install, operate, or maintain it. The
following special messages may appear throughout this documentation or
on the equipment to warn of potential hazards, or to call attention to
information that clarifies or simplifies a procedure.
A lightning bolt or ANSI man symbol in a “Danger” or “Warning” safety label
on the equipment indicates an electrical hazard which, as indicated below,
can or will result in personal injury if the instructions are not followed.
The exclamation point symbol in a safety message in a bulletin indicates
potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages introduced by
this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
Symbol

Name
Lightning Bolt

ANSI Man

Exclamation Point

DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, can result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, can result in minor or moderate injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION, used without the safety alert symbol, indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided, can result in property damage.

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The type or model of automation equipment suitable for each application will vary depending on factors such as the control function required. the person must be: Before You Begin • Able to read. 4 © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . only the user can determine the correct automation equipment and the related safeties and interlocks to be used. In some applications. more than one processor may be required. Only the user can be aware of all the conditions and factors present during setup. Software products by themselves cannot protect an operator from injury. such as packaging machinery.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer Before You Begin Qualified Personnel 8000DB0710 04/2010 For the protection of personnel and equipment. operation. or take the place of. therefore. The National Safety Council’s Accident Prevention Manual (nationally recognized in the United States of America) also provides much useful information. In addition. serious injury. and has received safety training to recognize and avoid the hazards involved. a qualified person must perform the procedures detailed in this bulletin. . degree of protection required. In some applications. and follow the instructions and precautions in this data bulletin and the other documentation referenced. the software cannot be substituted for. “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.” for safety training requirements. Do not use this product on machinery lacking effective point-of-operation guarding. production methods. • Do not reach into machinery during operation. This is necessary if the operator’s hands and other parts of the body are free to enter the pinch points or other hazardous areas and serious injury can occur. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death. point-of-operation protection. WARNING UNGUARDED MACHINERY CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY • Do not use this software and related automation equipment on equipment which does not have point-of-operation protection. When selecting automation and control equipment and related software for a particular application. A qualified person is one who has skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of this electrical equipment and the installation. Refer to the most current release of NFPA 70E®. unusual conditions. refer to the applicable local and national standards and regulations. additional operator protection such as point-of-operation guarding must be provided. or equipment damage. and government regulations. This automation equipment and related software is used to control a variety of industrial processes. • Able to use the required tools listed in this data bulletin in a safe and correct manner. and maintenance of the machine. Lack of effective point-of-operation guarding can result in serious injury to the operator. interpret. For this reason. as when backup redundancy is needed.

All interlocks and safeties related to point-of-operation protection must be coordinated with the related automation equipment and software programming. • Before operational tests are performed. Software testing must be performed in both simulated and real environments. CAUTION EQUIPMENT OPERATION HAZARD • Verify that all installation and set up procedures have been completed. Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury or equipment damage. System User Guide. follow recommendations in the equipment documentation to prevent accidental equipment damage.. NOTE: Coordination of safeties and mechanical/electrical interlocks for point-of-operation protection is outside the scope of the Function Block Library. Close the equipment enclosure door. Perform all start up tests recommended by the manufacturer. and debris from equipment. meters.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer Before You Begin 8000DB0710 04/2010 Ensure that the appropriate safeties and mechanical/electrical interlocks related to point-of-operation protection have been installed and are operational before placing the equipment into service. If high-potential voltage testing is necessary. Remove ground from incoming power lines. test the system to ensure the equipment is operating correctly.A. • Remove tools. Verify that the completed system is free from all short circuits and grounds. 5 . meters. or other implementation referenced in this documentation. except those grounds installed according to local regulations (according to the National Electrical Code® in the U. for instance). Store all equipment documentation for future references.S. Allow enough time for a complete test. remove all blocks or other temporary holding means used for shipment from all component devices. Before energizing equipment: • • • • © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved Remove tools. and debris from equipment. Perform all start up tests recommended in the equipment documentation. Start Up and Test Before using electrical control and automation equipment for regular operation after installation.

• Confirm that a proper ground connection exists before applying power to the unit. Disconnect the power at the processor and at the power source. User Comments 6 We welcome your comments about this bulletin. Access to other controls should be restricted to prevent unauthorized changes in operating characteristics. You can reach us by e-mail at oem.” Product Related Information DANGER HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. • Use only the specified voltage when operating this equipment and any associated products. • Turn off all power supplying this equipment before working on or inside equipment. there are hazards that can be encountered if such equipment is improperly operated. Failure to follow these instructions will result in death or serious injury.1-1995 (English version prevails): • “Regardless of the care exercised in the design and manufacture of equipment or in the selection and rating of components.com. and covers before turning on power to this equipment. doors. • Replace all devices.” • “It is sometimes possible to misadjust the equipment and thus produce unsatisfactory or unsafe operation. OR ARC FLASH • Apply appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow safe electrical work practices. See NFPA 70E.” • “Only those operational adjustments actually required by the operator should be accessible to the operator. EXPLOSION.solutions@schneider-electric. Always use the manufacturer’s instructions as a guide for functional adjustments. Personnel who have access to these adjustments should be familiar with the equipment manufacturer’s instructions and the machinery used with the electrical equipment. © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . • This equipment must be installed and serviced only by qualified electrical personnel. • Always use a properly rated voltage sensing device to confirm power is off.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer Before You Begin Operation and Adjustments 8000DB0710 04/2010 The following precautions are from the NEMA Standards Publication ICS 7.

Visibility options C.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template 8000DB0710 04/2010 PanelMate® Indicator Template The indicator templates are used as the lights and buttons of a control panel that indicate the status of devices and control the devices (for example. See Figure 1. label font. Indicator label B. a dialog box appears with three tabs: • • • Indicator Attributes Tab Figure 2: Indicator Attributes Indicator States Control Definitions In the Indicator Attributes tab. Figure 1: Indicator Template When you design or double-click on a new indicator template. Template size D. and visibility options. you can define the indicator label. Indicator Attributes Tab A. Label font A C D B © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 7 . See Figure 2 below and Figure 3 on page 8. by turning them on or off). template size.

the Indicator States summary (A) is automatically updated.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Figure 3: 8000DB0710 04/2010 Setting Attributes NOTE: Width=2. Indicator text message B. As you enter data into these fields. A B 8 C © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . and alarm options. label color. Alarm options C A D B Figure 5: Setting Indicator States A. which is the condition that drives the message. Indicator States summary B. Label color C. See Figures 4 and 5. C. you can define the indicator text message. double-wide block Indicator States Tab Figure 4: In the Indicator States tab. Condition that drives message D. This option sets the color for the indicator when the state is true. Indicator States Tab A.

Figure 6: Control Definitions Tab A. When the indicator is touched. © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 9 . C. the control options appear on the screen. Control Definitions summary B. It only functions as a display. See Figures 6 and 7. the Control Definitions summary (A) is automatically updated. Figure 7: Control Definitions—Undefined and Defined Undefined Defined NOTE: Arrow appears when definition is defined. This option sets the color for the indicator when the state is true. the indicator will display an arrow in the bottom left-hand corner. B B C D When no control definitions are defined and the indicator is touched. Label color A D. As you enter data into these fields. If defined. See Figure 7. nothing happens on the screen. you can define control for the indicator template.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template 8000DB0710 04/2010 Control Definitions Tab In the Control Definitions tab (optional).

PanelMate Template—Indicator Attributes 1. Create a square that is 5 units by 5 units.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 PanelMate® Indicator Template Conversion Examples Creating Indicator Attributes Figure 8: To create indicator attributes that mimic the PanelMate template (see Figure 8). follow the steps below using Vijeo™ Designer. which is close to the size of a 1 inch wide template used in the PanelMate software. See Figure 9. Figure 9: Creating a Square 5 units 5 units 10 © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .

Figure 11: Creating a Rectangle © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 2 units 5 units 11 . Create a text box with the size of 5 units by 2 units. Repeat the procedure with another rectangle the size of 5 units by 2 units and modify the shape properties. See Figure 11. Figure 10: Modifying Rectangle Properties 2 units 5 units 3.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 2. Modify the rectangle properties (fore color and shape) to get the visual effects shown in Figure 10. 4.

7. After placing the text box. then right-click. then click on OK. 8. See Figure 12. Move this group over the first square object and group again. Figure 13: 12 Grouping Objects Together © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . Type Indicator Label. the Text Editor dialog box appears. See Figure 13. Select Group. Figure 12: Placing Text Box 6. Move the text box and place it over the smaller rectangle. if desired. use the pointer to select both objects. A pop-up window appears.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 5. To group both objects together.

The color scheme is black text on a green background (no alarm is declared). 1. Figure 14: Indicator State 1 © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 13 . follow the steps below using Vijeo™ Designer. If the PLC reference 0001 is true. In the PanelMate Configuration Editor. the first state (1:) will display the text ON.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 Creating Indicator States To create indicator states that mimic the PanelMate® template. See Figure 14. examine the Indicator States tab.

the second state (2:) will display the text OFF. a Message Display Settings dialog box appears. The color scheme is white text on a red background (no alarm is declared).Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 2. examine the next state within the Indicator States tab. If the PLC reference 0001 is false. Figure 16: 14 Message Display Settings © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . select the Text Message icon and create a box that is 5 units by 2 units. See Figure 16. In Vijeo™ Designer. In the PanelMate® Configuration Editor. After placing the message box on the screen. See Figure 15. Figure 15: Indicator State 2 3.

Now. click OK. In the next pop-up window. 5. Select the variable by clicking on the light bulb icon. there are only two states: ON and OFF. In the Expression Editor Pad dialog box. NOTE: In this example. See Figure 18. In the New Resources dialog box. Click on the New Resource icon. click Yes. 1.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 4. Figure 18: New Resources © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 15 . See Figure 17. assign a Color Resource to match the indicator template. change the States field to 2. General tab. In the Message Display Settings dialog box. Figure 17: Selecting Variable NOTE: In this example. the variable represents the PLC reference 00001. . select the variable Discrete01 and click OK.

under the Label column.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 2. In the Frame and Plate columns. then click on Color. change the color to red for state 0 and to green for state 1. In the Target1 edit resource dialog box (see Figure 19). In the Navigator pane (see Figure 20). You should be able to see the color resource. enter the text OFF and ON. Figure 20: 16 Resource Library Index—Color © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . In the Text column. expand the Resource Library index. change the text color in the bottom row to black. Figure 19: Target 1 Edit Resource 3.

select the Font Name for state 1 and choose Font Resource001. in the updated Text Resources dialog box (see Figure 22). To avoid repeating above steps 4 and 5.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 4. Figure 21: Resource Library Index—Text 5. Figure 22: New Resource—Font 6. © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 17 . click on Text. In the New Resource dialog box (see Figure 22). In the Navigator pane (see Figure 21). Click on the pull-down listbox under the Font Name column and select New Resource. A Target1–Text Resources dialog box will appear. under the Resource Library index. select Vijeo™ Modern 13x23 font and click OK.

In the Message Display settings. See Figure 23. You have inserted a larger font to accommodate the Quad size selected in the Attributes tab. select Plate Style. See Figure 24. Your screen should resemble the indicator label in the right-hand screen of Figure 24. Figure 24: 18 Message Display Settings © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 7. Figure 23: Font for Quad Size 8. then choose 00027.

Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 9. When the pop-up window appears. Figure 26: © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved New Resource—No. See Figure 25. Figure 25: Animation Properties 10. See Figure 26. 11. Check the Enable Color Animation box. of States to 2 and click OK. for color resource. click Yes. Double-click the square object to open the Animation Properties dialog box. of States 19 . and then click on the light bulb icon. Select the variable Discrete01. Change the No. See Figure 25. click on the New Resource icon. Then.

You should see the ColorResource002 table. Change the Off state color from green to red and the On state color from red to green.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 12. Figure 28: 20 Placing Message Box © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . The final version should resemble the right-side screen in Figure 27. Then. delete the states 0 and 1. Move the message box and place it on the square (as shown in Figure 28). See Figure 27. Figure 27: Color Resource Table 13.

Figure 29: Control Definitions © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 21 . the PanelMate® software sends a command that turns these references ON. controls PLC reference 00100. controls PLC reference 00101. there are two control definitions: — Turn ON: black text on green background. these control definitions automatically appear on the right-hand side of the screen. so they act as “momentary” contacts. — Turn OFF: white text on red background. See Figure 29. When the user touches the screen.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 Creating Control Definitions NOTE: In this example. When the associated button is pressed. See Figure 29.

2. See Figure 31. use Vijeo Designer’s Popup Windows. Figure 31: 22 Navigator Pane—Popup Windows © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . To mimic the behavior of the control definitions. From the Navigator pane. Click on the new window. See Figure 30. In the pop-up window that appears.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 To mimic the behavior of PanelMate® software within Vijeo™ Designer. select Popup Windows. It is recommended you use a screen capture tool similar to Snagit® to capture control definition images within the PanelMate software screen. Figure 30: Capturing Control Definition Images within PanelMate Software 1. the control definition functionality requires some additional software development. Your screen should resemble the right-hand screen in Figure 31. select and click New Popup Window. then right-click.

See Figure 33. Select the dark grey icon or tweak the color bar to match the color. 5. See Figure 32. Click on the Switch icon and create a switch approximately the same size as your image. See Figure 32. Figure 33: Control Definition Images © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 23 . Click OK. 6. See Figure 33. Figure 32: Property Inspector 4.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 3. For ease of use. To match the background color of the images captured from the PanelMate® software. select Back Color in the Property Inspector dialog box. change the name of the pop-up window to IndicatorPopUp. Copy and paste the images of the control definition to the Popup Windows screen.

In the Destination. The action will be saved to the field to the right. but functional. For the Style. Click on OK. 8. Select the option Momentary ON. See Figure 34. A Switch Settings dialog box appears. See Figure 34. select Discrete02 (00100). Figure 35: 24 Setting the Style © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 7. select the variable that corresponds to the PLC reference. See Figure 34. This will make the button invisible. Click Add >. See Figure 35. Figure 34: Switch Settings 10. In this example. select 00000. click the light bulb icon. In the Variables List dialog box. 9.

See Figure 36.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 11. Size and place the button over the Turn ON image. deselect Snap to Matrix. In the pop-up window. Figure 36: Deselect Snap to Matrix 12. right-click in an unused area of the IndicatorPopUp window. Figure 37: Copying and Pasting Pushbutton © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 25 . Move the second pushbutton over the Turn OFF image. To place and size the button. Then copy (control +C) and paste (control + V) the pushbutton. See Figure 37.

Figure 38: Changing the Destination 15. Click the Switch icon and place it on the screen. Figure 39: 26 Adding Switch © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 13. Click on OK. change the Destination by clicking on the light bulb icon. Select and highlight the previous action for the first pushbutton and delete it. See Figure 38. Double-click the second pushbutton. In the Switch Settings dialog box. Select the PLC referenced variable that corresponds to 00101. 14. See Figure 39. See Figure 38. Then. click Add >. Add another switch that is programmed to close the pop-up window.

In the Switch Settings dialog box. select 12204. For the Style. Figure 40: NOTE: The pop-up window has been renamed to IndicatorPop.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 16. 18. See Figure 40. select Bitmap.close(). If you have no scripting errors. In the Operation section. for Category. Script Window © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 27 . click on Add >. Click on Edit Script. If the window name is correct. In the script window. If you make a typo. type IndicatorPop. click on the pull-down bar and select Script. Click on Validate.. See Figure 41. See Figure 41. you will see an error message. Figure 41: Modifying Switch Settings 17. it will be displayed in a different color.

Figure 43: 28 Placing Switch over Indicator Object © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . This will make the switch invisible. Figure 42: Switch Settings—Label 21. select 00000. 22. 20. See Figure 42. Click on OK. In the Switch Settings dialog box. Select the Switch icon and place a switch over the indicator object.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 19. Type Close. click on the pull-down and select Static. See Figure 43. In the Label Type section. The final screen should resemble the right-hand screen in Figure 42. Click on the tab Label. but still functional. Return to the pane in Vijeo™ Designer. See Figure 43. for the Style field.

Figure 45: © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved When Touch Tab—Panel Name 29 . See Figure 44. See Figure 45. Click Add > and the action will be updated in the field to the right. For the location option. select IndicatorPopUp or whatever you named your pop-up window.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 23. In the When Touch tab. Figure 44: When Touch Tab 24. under the Panel Name. for the Operation option. click on the pull-down and select Popup. we’ve selected Centered for this example. Click OK. In the When Touch tab.

Your indicator object should resemble the left-hand window in Figure 46. 26. To make this indicator look exactly like the PanelMate® template. Figure 46: 30 Indicator Template © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved .Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer PanelMate Indicator Template Conversion Examples 8000DB0710 04/2010 25. After pasting and positioning the arrow. add an arrow. Copy the image from the PanelMate screen and paste it into the Vijeo™ Designer pane. See Figure 46. group all the objects.

Figure 47 shows what the object looks like when the PLC reference 0001 is false. it changes the indicator to ON. See Figure 47. If you toggle the state of reference 0001 to true. test the indicator template you created.Mimicking a PanelMate® Indicator Template in VijeoTM Designer Testing the Indicator Template 8000DB0710 04/2010 Testing the Indicator Template Using the device simulator and simulation utilities within Vijeo™ Designer. Figure 47: PLC Reference 0001 © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved 31 .

operated. 2. This concludes the indicator object test and validates a successful conversion. The PLC reference 00101 is now True. Click (and hold down) the control definition Turn ON (see Figure 48). Inc. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any consequences arising out of the use of this material. Other trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. 4. NC 27545 USA (oem.us 32 Vijeo® is a registered trademark of Schneider Electric. To test. serviced.Testing the Indicator Template Instruction Bulletin 8000DB0710 04/2010 1. Electrical equipment should be installed. and maintained only by qualified personnel. Schneider Electric USA.solutions@us. 5.com) www.schneider-electric.schneider-electric. Figure 48: Control Definitions Turn ON and Turn OFF Figure 49: Close Indicator Template 3. The PLC reference 00100 is True. 8001 Knightdale Blvd Knightdale. © 2010 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved . Click (and hold down) on the control definition Turn OFF (see Figure 48). Click Close. click on the indicator object to open the Device Simulation Tool dialog box. See Figure 49.