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Start-Up

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Function and area of use

The operator terminal can be used as a web server. Using a terminal applet, the operator
terminal can be reflected in the web browser Microsoft Internet Explorer. Version 1.00
of the terminal applet can also be reflected in Netscape Navigator. The terminal reflection has the same function as the real operator terminal and is used in the same way.
The operator terminal has to have an expansion slot to support the function.

About the Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual of the operator terminal. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downladed from www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address
manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Technical description

The terminal applet creates a reflection of the operator terminal. The operator terminal
with its project is then shown in the web browser.
Object status can then be altered, recipes written and so on by using the computers
mouse and keyboard. All the functions supported in the operator terminal are also supported in the terminal applet.
Two files are required for the operator terminal reflection to work:
***appl.cab
***.htm
The files are specific for each type of operator terminal and can be obtained from your
closest distributor of operator terminals.
Note:
The ***appl.cab file shall not be decompressed manually; this is done in the browser.

For the terminal applet to work the latest version of Microsoft Virtual Machine
(ver. 5.0 or later) must be used. The file can be downloaded from www.microsoft.com.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Cables

The following cables are used for the Ethernet connection between the operator terminal and the computer:
Cable type

Cable name

Maximum length

Twisted-pair cable

CAT 5 twisted-pair

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Coaxial cable

RG58

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Installation of expansion cards

The expansion cards IFC ETTP and IFC ETCX are used to connect the operator
terminals to an Ethernet network for communication via TCP/IP. The connection can
be made by either twisted pair (TP) or coaxial cable (CX).
Further information about configuration of the terminals to TCP/IP network is available in the manual for the terminals.
This section describes how to mount one or two expansion cards in the terminal.

5.1

Installation of one expansion card

Perform the following steps to mount an IFC ETTP or IFC ETCX expansion card:
Switch the terminal power off.
Make sure that the ESD protection is good.
Remove the cover plate on the rear of the terminal, and the two expansion plates on
the short side. In terminals equipped with two expansion slots, the slots are called
Slot 1 and Slot 2. In terminals with only one expansion slot, it is called Slot 1.

Slot 2
Slot 1

Put the jumper J1 on the expansion card in the position SLOT 1 if the expansion
card is mounted in Slot 1, and in position SLOT 2 if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
J1
X1

X2
X1

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Mount the expansion cables with the components of the expansion card placed upwards. One of the expansion cables is mounted between X1 on the CPU card and
X1 on the expansion card, and the other cable between X2 on the CPU card and X2
on the expansion card.
Fasten the card with the spacers or the screws. Use the screws if the expansion card
is mounted in Slot 1, and the spacers if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
Check that the expansion cable is correctly mounted.
Mount the cover plates.

5.2

Installation of two expansion cards

Two expansion cards can be mounted in some terminals. They are mounted in parallel
to the connector on the CPU card in the terminal. Two expansion cards can be connected via one expansion cable since there is a parallel contact on the cable. The connector in the middle is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 1, and the end
connector is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 2. If only one card is used either
connector can be used.
The connector X1 on the expansion card in Slot 2 is connected to the connector X1
and the CPU card in the terminal via the X1 connector on the expansion card in Slot
1. If the X2 connector on the CPU card in the terminal is used by any or both cards,
this connector is connected to the X2 connector on the expansion card.
When two expansion cards are mounted in the same terminal you mount the card in
Slot 1 with the distances and the card in Slot 2 with the screws in the distances.

X1
Card in
Slot 2
X1

Card in
Slot 1

X2
X1

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Settings in the programming tool

Perform the following steps to use an Ethernet connection with IFC ETTP and IFC
ETCX expansion cards.

6.1

Define slot

Select Setup/Peripherals.
Select the slot defined with jumper J1 on the expansion card and right-click.

Select type of expansion card, in this case IFC ETTP for connection via twisted pair
cable, or IFC ETCX for coaxial cable.

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Then click OK.

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Settings for TCP/IP

Make the settings for TCP/IP in Peripheral configuration.

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Drag the TCP/IP Connection 1 icon from Unused functions to IFC ETTP or IFC
ETCX on Slot 1 or Slot 2. The blinking arrows indicate where it is possible to drop
it. TCP/IP Connection 1 must be used before TCP/IP Connection 2 can be used.

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Mark TCP/IP Connection 1 and right-click to make the settings for the TCP/IP
network.

In this menu the name of the connection, the IP address and subnet mask are defined.
Parameter

Description

Connection name

Enter a mnemonic name of the connection. This parameter is


optional.

Host configuration

Select Manual to use the TCP/IP settings stated in the dialog.


Select the other alternatives when a server provides the terminal with one or several of the TCP/IP parameters.

IP address and sub- State the nodes network identity. Connection in a network is
net mask
made according to Ethernet standards. For a local network between the terminals, using the addresses 192.168.1.1
192.168.1.254 is recommended.
Gateway

State the network unit in the local network that can verify the
identifiers for the other networks on Internet.

Primary DNS and


Secondary DNS

State the servers containing information about a part of the


DNS database.

Click OK after filling out the form.

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Close the Peripheral configuration window.

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Configuring an FTP server

Select Network/Services in the Setup menu.

Mark FTP Server and click Exit.


The configuration of the FTP server is now complete.

6.4

Configuring a web server

Select Network/Services in the Setup menu.

Mark WWW Server and then click Exit.


The configuration of the web server is now complete.

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Then download the project to the operator terminal.

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Downloading the terminal applet and the


HTML file

This section describes how to download the terminal applet and the HTML file to the
operator terminal. In the following example the program FTP Client is used. The program is included in the additional software tools.
Start FTP Client in the program group of the additional software tools.
Select Comm Settings in the Options menu.
Click New in the Communication settings window.

Enter a name for the connection.


Enter the IP address of the operator terminal.
Click OK, and then click OK once more.
Click Connect.

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The operator terminal now functions as an FTP server. The HTML library is marked
in the Terminal Files field. Look for the two files that were downloaded earlier (***.htm
and ***appl.cab) in the PC Files field. The files are downloaded to the terminal by
marking them and clicking < Send.
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Reflecting the operator terminal in the


web browser

Start the web browser Internet Explorer.


The IP address stated in section 6.1 is entered in the address field followed by the
HTML file of the operator terminal, in this case: 192.168.1.1/***.htm.
Click on the icon for the operator terminal in the middle of the screen.
Click OK to display a window reflecting the operator terminal.

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The operator terminal now functions as a web server. The terminal applet creates a reflection of the operator terminal. The status of objects can be changed, recipes entered
and so on using the computer's mouse and keyboard. All functions that are supported
in the operator terminal are also supported in the terminal applet.

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Start-Up
Sending e-mail with the operator terminal
via Ethernet
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Function and area of use

The operator terminal (CIMREX 30 - CIMREX 91 of version 3 or higher) can automatically send an e-mail when an alarm or other event occurs. Each e-mail can be sent
to one or more addresses. A text block can be sent by using a trigger signal. The text
block can contain dynamic values, time, date and static text. Trend data and recipes can
also be included in the e-mail. The attached files can be read with a standard text reader
program such as Notepad. E-mail can be sent manually to predefined addresses in a list
using the system block (993). E-mail addresses can also be added manually.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address
manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Technical description

Operator terminal

PC with local
e-mail server

Controller

E-mail is sent from the operator terminal to the e-mail server to be collected later by
the recipient. Only operator terminals with expansion slots support this function. The
operator terminal must function as an FTP client to be able to send e-mail. An e-mail
server installed in the PC is also needed. Your Internet suppliers e-mail server or a local
e-mail server can be used. An e-mail reader is also required so that all users can read the
mails. In this document the local e-mail server MERAK Mail Server and Pegasus Mail
Reader are used. Both programs can be downloaded from the Internet free of charge.
Note:
The operator terminal cannot receive e-mail.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Cables

The following cables can be used for the Ethernet connection between the operator
terminal and the computer:
Cable type

Cable name

Maximum length

Twisted-pair cable

CAT 5 twisted-pair

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Coaxial cable

RG58

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Installation of expansion cards

The expansion cards IFC ETTP and IFC ETCX are used to connect the operator
terminals to an Ethernet network for communication via TCP/IP. The connection can
be made by either twisted pair (TP) or coaxial cable (CX).

5.1

Installation of one expansion card

Perform the following steps to mount an IFC ETTP or IFC ETCX expansion card:
Switch the terminal power off.
Make sure that the ESD protection is good.
Remove the cover plate on the rear of the terminal, and the two expansion plates
on the short side. In terminals equipped with two expansion slots, the slots are
called Slot 1 and Slot 2. In terminals with only one expansion slot, it is called
Slot 1.
Slot 2
Slot 1

Put the jumper J1 on the expansion card in the position SLOT 1 if the expansion
card is mounted in Slot 1, and in position SLOT 2 if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
J1
X1

X2
X1

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X2

Mount the expansion cables with the components of the expansion card placed upwards. One of the expansion cables is mounted between X1 on the CPU card and
X1 on the expansion card, and the other cable between X2 on the CPU card and
X2 on the expansion card.
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Fasten the card with the spacers or the screws. Use the screws if the expansion card
is mounted in Slot 1, and the spacers if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
Check that the expansion cable is correctly mounted.
Mount the cover plates.

5.2

Installation of two expansion cards

Two expansion cards can be mounted in some terminals. They are mounted in parallel
to the connector on the CPU card in the terminal. Two expansion cards can be
connected via one expansion cable since there is a parallel contact on the cable. The
connector in the middle is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 1, and the end
connector is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 2. If only one card is used either
connector can be used.
The connector X1 on the expansion card in Slot 2 is connected to the connector X1
and the CPU card in the terminal via the X1 connector on the expansion card in
Slot 1. If the X2 connector on the CPU card in the terminal is used by any or both
cards, this connector is connected to the X2 connector on the expansion card.
When two expansion cards are mounted in the same terminal you mount the card in
Slot 1 with the distances and the card in Slot 2 with the screws in the distances.
X1
Card in
Slot 2
X1
Card in
Slot 1
X2
X1

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X2

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Settings in the programming tool

Perform the following steps to use an Ethernet connection with an expansion card.

6.1

Define slot

Select Setup/Peripherals.

Right-click on the slot defined with jumper J1 on the expansion card and select
Properties.

Select type of expansion card.

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Then click OK.

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Settings for TCP/IP

Make the settings for TCP/IP in the Peripheral configuration window.


Drag the TCP/IP Connection 1 icon from Unused functions to the slot where the
expansion card is mounted. The blinking arrows indicate where it is possible to
drop it. TCP/IP Connection 1 must be used before TCP/IP Connection 2 can be
used.

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Right-click on the TCP/IP connection icon and select Properties to make settings
for the TCP/IP network.

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In this menu the name of the connection, the IP address and subnet mask are
defined.

Parameter

Description

Connection name

Enter a mnemonic name of the connection. This parameter is


optional.

Host configuration

Select Manual to use the TCP/IP settings stated in the dialog.


Select the other alternatives when a server provides the terminal with one or several of the TCP/IP parameters.

IP Address

State the nodes network identity. Connection in a network is


made according to Ethernet standards.
For a local network between the terminals, using the addresses
192.168.1.1 192.168.1.254 is recommended.

Subnet mask

Gateway

State the network unit in the local network that can verify the
identifiers for the other networks on Internet.

Primary DNS

State the servers containing information about a part of the


DNS database.

Secondary DNS

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Click OK after filling out the form, and close the Peripheral configuration window.

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Configuring an SMTP client

Select Network/Services in the Setup menu.


Mark SMTP Client and click Edit.

Parameter

Description

Server port

The default setting 25 is not to be changed.

Mail Server

The IP address of the mail server.

My Domain Name

The domain name of the e-mail address.


Example: the domain name in the e-mail address
mail@master.com is master.com.

My Email Address

The e-mail address that will be shown as the sender of the


e-mail that is sent from the operator terminal. If the recipient does not receive the e-mail, an error message is sent to
this address.

Send via Connection

The TCP/IP connection to be used.

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Predefined Recipients The e-mail address to which the operator terminal is to send
/Email Addresses
to. By clicking Append a new e-mail address is added to the
window.

The configuration of the SMTP client is now complete.


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Sending an e-mail in the event of an alarm

Each alarm can be connected to one of the e-mail addresses given in the configuration
of the SMTP client.
Select Alarms in the Functions menu.

Click on the ... button to add one of the predefined e-mail addresses.
Enter the alarm text.
Enter the alarm signal.
Add the predefined e-mail addresses to which you want the alarm to be connected.

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Click on Exit.

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Sending a text block after a change of status in


a signal

A text block containing dynamic data and static text can be sent as an e-mail after a
change of status in a signal. Trend data or recipes can be attached to the e-mail.
Right-click the mouse on the text block to be sent with the e-mail and select
Header.

Click on the ... button to add one of the predefined e-mail addresses.
Enter the signal to control the e-mail in the Send mail signal field.
Add one of the predefined e-mail addresses for the alarm to be connected to.
If a trend or a recipe is to be attached to the e-mail, enter the name of the trend or
recipe (e.g. trend1) in the Attach file: field.
Click on OK.
The settings in the programming software are now complete.

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Then transfer the project to the operator terminal.

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Installation of a local mail server and e-mail


reader

This section describes how to install and configure a local mail server and an e-mail
reader. Network servers that can be used as mail servers are often available in large office
networks, but a local mail server must be installed and configured if only one computer
is connected to the operator terminal. In our case MERAK Mail Server and Pegasus Mail
Reader are used.

7.1

Configuration of the local mail server

Install MERAK on your computer by running Setup.exe in the MERAK library and
following the instructions.
Select Start/Program/MERAK Mail Server/MERAK Configuration.

Click on the Accounts tab.


Enter the domain name for the user (in this case work.com).
Click on Save.
Right-click the mouse in the window on the left and select Add/New User.
Fill in the Alias, Mailbox, Password, Confirm and Name fields.
Click on Save.
Add all the users for the mail server with the same method.
Click on Close.
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The local mail server is now installed and configured.


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Configuration of the e-mail reader

The e-mail reader is used to collect e-mails sent to the mail server. Each e-mail user has
to install the e-mail reader in his computer.
Install Pegasus Mail Reader by running the W32-312a.exe file and click Next.
Enter the users e-mail address (in our case mark@work.com) and click Next.
Enter the mail server's IP address (in our case 192.168.1.55) and click Next.
Enter the user name and password and click Next.
Enter the mail server's IP address (in our case 192.168.1.55) and click Next.
Select Network and click Next.
Click on Finish.
The e-mail reader is now installed and configured.

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The operator terminal now functions as an SMTP client, and sends e-mail when an
alarm or other event occurs. The e-mail is sent from the operator terminal to the
MERAK Mail Server. Pegasus Mail Reader is used to read the e-mails.

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Start-Up
Network with multiple operator terminals
using Ethernet
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Function and area of use

BDTP (Beijer Data Transfer Protocol) makes it possible for two or more operator terminals (CIMREX 30- CIMREX 91 of version 3 or higher) to communicate. This function can be used in the following cases:
When two operator terminals are connected to a controller
When two or more operator terminals are connected to two or more controllers
This document describes how an operator terminal is configured to work as a BDTP
server/client via Ethernet (TCP/IP). The operator terminal must have an expansion slot
to support the function.

About the Start Up document

This Start Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid to


be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information we
refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Technical description

BDTP is a protocol that uses client/server communication and works in the following
way:
A client asks for information and a server supplies it.
Each server can supply 20 clients with information.
Each client can receive information from 16 different servers.
Each operator terminal can be both a server and a client at the same time.
The operator terminal has to have an Ethernet expansion card installed. There are two
kinds of expansion cards: IFC ETTP for twisted pair cable and IFC ETCX for coaxial
cable.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Network with multiple operator terminals


using Ethernet

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Cables

The following cables can be used for the Ethernet connection:


Cable type

Cable name

Maximum length

Twisted pair cable

CAT 5 twisted-pair

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Coaxial cable

RG58

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Installation of expansion cards

The Ethernet expansion card is used to connect the operator terminals to an Ethernet
network for communication via TCP/IP. The connection is made by twisted pair (TP)
or coaxial (CX) cable.

5.1

Installation of one expansion card

Perform the following steps to mount an Ethernet expansion card:


Switch the terminal power off.
Make sure that the ESD protection is good.
Remove the cover plate on the rear of the terminal, and the two expansion plates
on the short side. In terminals equipped with two expansion slots, the slots are
called Slot 1 and Slot 2. In terminals with only one expansion slot, it is called
Slot 1.
Slot 2
Slot 1

Put the jumper J1 on the expansion card in the position SLOT 1 if the expansion
card is mounted in Slot 1, and in position SLOT 2 if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
J1
X1

X2
X1

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X2

Mount the expansion cables with the components of the expansion card placed upwards. One of the expansion cables is mounted between X1 on the CPU card and
X1 on the expansion card, and the other cable between X2 on the CPU card and
X2 on the expansion card.
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Fasten the card with the spacers or the screws. Use the screws if the expansion card
is mounted in Slot 1, and the spacers if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
Check that the expansion cable is correctly mounted.
Mount the cover plates.

5.2

Installation of two expansion cards

Two expansion cards can be mounted in some terminals. They are mounted in parallel
to the connector on the CPU card in the terminal. Two expansion cards can be
connected via one expansion cable since there is a parallel contact on the cable. The
connector in the middle is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 1, and the end
connector is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 2. If only one card is used either
connector can be used.
The connector X1 on the expansion card in Slot 2 is connected to the connector X1
and the CPU card in the terminal via the X1 connector on the expansion card in
Slot 1. If the X2 connector on the CPU card in the terminal is used by any or both
cards, this connector is connected to the X2 connector on the expansion card.
When two expansion cards are mounted in the same terminal you mount the card in
Slot 1 with the distances and the card in Slot 2 with the screws in the distances.
X1
Card in
Slot 2
X1
Card in
Slot 1
X2
X1

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X2

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Settings in the programming tool

Perform the following steps to use an Ethernet connection with an expansion card.

6.1

Define slot

Select Setup/Peripherals.

Right-click on the slot defined with jumper J1 on the expansion card and select
Properties.

Select type of expansion card.

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Then click OK.

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Settings for TCP/IP

Make the settings for TCP/IP in the Peripheral configuration window.


Drag the TCP/IP Connection 1 icon from Unused functions to the slot where the
expansion card is mounted. The blinking arrows indicate where it is possible to
drop it. TCP/IP Connection 1 must be used before TCP/IP Connection 2 can be
used.

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Right-click on the TCP/IP connection icon and select Properties to make settings
for the TCP/IP network.

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In this menu the name of the connection, the IP address and subnet mask are
defined.

Parameter

Description

Connection name

Enter a mnemonic name of the connection. This parameter is


optional.

Host configuration

Select Manual to use the TCP/IP settings stated in the dialog.


Select the other alternatives when a server provides the terminal with one or several of the TCP/IP parameters.

IP Address

State the nodes network identity. Connection in a network is


made according to Ethernet standards.
For a local network between the terminals, using the addresses
192.168.1.1 192.168.1.254 is recommended. If 255.255.255.0
is stated for the subnet mask, the BDTP server (operator terminal) will only communicate with the addresses 192.168.1.1
to 192.168.1.254.

Subnet mask

Gateway

State the network unit in the local network that can verify the
identifiers for the other networks on Internet.

Primary DNS

State the servers containing information about a part of the


DNS database.

Secondary DNS

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Click OK after filling out the form, and close the Peripheral configuration window.

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Configuring a BDTP server

If the operator terminal is only to be a BDTP client, go directly to section 6.4.


Select Network/Services in the Setup menu.

Mark BDTP Server and click Edit.

Parameter

Description

Server port

The default setting 6002 is not to be changed.

Max Clients

Number of clients in the network.

Data register

This field is used when data is to be sent between the controller


connected to the server and the controller connected to the client.
See the manual for the operator terminals for further information.

State the number of clients in the network.


Click OK.

6.4

Configuring a BDTP client

Select Network/Services from the Setup menu.

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Mark BDTP Client and click Edit.

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Description

BDTP Server port The default setting 6002 is not to be changed.


Default BDTP
Server

If, for example, 1 is selected, all new operands (D, M, T) that are
created in the clients programming software project will automatically be linked to the controller that is connected to server
1. To relink the old operands that have already been created, see
the manual for the operator terminals.

Data register

These fields are used when data is sent between the controller
that is connected to the server and the controller that is connected to the client (the controllers do not need to be of the
same brand). For further information see the manual for the operator terminals.

Control block

Synchronize
Check this alternative to synchronize the clients clock with the
clock with Server server selected in the following field.
BDTP Server
Address

The IP address of the BDTP server (operator terminal). By clicking


Append, the IP address together with an index will be shown in
the window on the left. Repeat the instruction above with a new
IP address for each server to be defined. The index is used for the
BDTP clients addressing of operands. See section 7 Addressing in
the BDTP client.

Enter the IP address of the BDTP server (operator terminal) and click Append.

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Click OK.
Note:
If no controller is connected to the BDTP client (the operator terminal), the icon
Controller must be moved from RS-422 or RS-232C to Unused functions in the
Peripheral configuration window.

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Addressing in the BDTP client

This applies if a Default BDTP Server was not defined earlier in section 6.3:
When an operand is entered in an object in the programming software the server from
which the client should read the operand must be stated.

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To read D100 from server 1 write the following: 1>D100. If a controller is connected
to the client (the operator terminal), the controllers operands are addressed as usual
without an index.

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1

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Function and area of use

FTP (File Transport Protocol) is a standard protocol. When the operator terminal
works as an FTP server, files can be loaded to and downloaded from the terminal. This
document describes how to configure the operator terminal to work as an FTP server
via the Ethernet. An FTP client is required to upload or download files. The FTP
Client in the additional software tools (ver 2.00 and higher), WS_FTP Pro, Windows
Commander or any other standard FTP program can be used as FTP client. The
operator terminal has to have an expansion slot to support the function.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Technical description

The FTP server in the operator terminal only allows transfers in the passive state
(PASV).
The operator terminal does not use dated files. The date shown in the FTP client
should therefore be ignored. National characters are not supported in the file names.
Files in the various libraries in the operator terminal allocate memory from the project
memory. Information on available project memory can be found in the info.txt file.
An Ethernet expansion card has to be installed in the operator terminal. There are two
different expansion cards:
IFC-ETTP, for connection to Ethernet with twisted-pair cable
IFC-ETCX, for connection to Ethernet with coaxial cable

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Cables

The following cables can be used for the Ethernet connection:


Cable type

Cable name

Maximum length

Twisted pair cable

CAT 5 twisted-pair

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Coaxial cable

RG58

Follows the TCP/IP standard

Installation of expansion cards

The Ethernet expansion card is used to connect the operator terminals to an Ethernet
network for communication via TCP/IP. The connection is made by twisted pair (TP)
or coaxial (CX) cable.

5.1

Installation of one expansion card

Perform the following steps to mount an Ethernet expansion card:


Switch the terminal power off.
Make sure that the ESD protection is good.
Remove the cover plate on the rear of the terminal, and the two expansion plates
on the short side. In terminals equipped with two expansion slots, the slots are
called Slot 1 and Slot 2. In terminals with only one expansion slot, it is called
Slot 1.
Slot 2
Slot 1

Put the jumper J1 on the expansion card in the position SLOT 1 if the expansion
card is mounted in Slot 1, and in position SLOT 2 if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
J1
X1

X2
X1
X2

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Mount the expansion cables with the components of the expansion card placed upwards. One of the expansion cables is mounted between X1 on the CPU card and
X1 on the expansion card, and the other cable between X2 on the CPU card and
X2 on the expansion card.

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Fasten the card with the spacers or the screws. Use the screws if the expansion card
is mounted in Slot 1, and the spacers if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
Check that the expansion cable is correctly mounted.
Mount the cover plates.

5.2

Installation of two expansion cards

Two expansion cards can be mounted in some terminals. They are mounted in parallel
to the connector on the CPU card in the terminal. Two expansion cards can be
connected via one expansion cable since there is a parallel contact on the cable. The
connector in the middle is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 1, and the end
connector is used for the expansion card placed in Slot 2. If only one card is used either
connector can be used.
The connector X1 on the expansion card in Slot 2 is connected to the connector X1
and the CPU card in the terminal via the X1 connector on the expansion card in
Slot 1. If the X2 connector on the CPU card in the terminal is used by any or both
cards, this connector is connected to the X2 connector on the expansion card.
When two expansion cards are mounted in the same terminal you mount the card in
Slot 1 with the distances and the card in Slot 2 with the screws in the distances.
X1
Card in
Slot 2
X1
Card in
Slot 1
X2
X1

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X2

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Settings in the programming tool

Perform the following steps to use an Ethernet connection with an expansion card.

6.1

Define slot

Select Setup/Peripherals.

Right-click on the slot defined with jumper J1 on the expansion card and select
Properties.

Select type of expansion card.

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Then click OK.

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Settings for TCP/IP

Make the settings for TCP/IP in the Peripheral configuration window.


Drag the TCP/IP Connection 1 icon from Unused functions to the slot where the
expansion card is mounted. The blinking arrows indicate where it is possible to
drop it. TCP/IP Connection 1 must be used before TCP/IP Connection 2 can be
used.

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Right-click on the TCP/IP connection icon and select Properties to make settings
for the TCP/IP network.

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In this menu the name of the connection, the IP address and subnet mask are
defined.

Parameter

Description

Connection name

Enter a mnemonic name of the connection. This parameter is


optional.

Host configuration

Select Manual to use the TCP/IP settings stated in the dialog.


Select the other alternatives when a server provides the terminal with one or several of the TCP/IP parameters.

IP Address

State the nodes network identity. Connection in a network is


made according to Ethernet standards.
For a local network between the terminals, using the addresses
192.168.1.1 192.168.1.254 is recommended.

Subnet mask

Gateway

State the network unit in the local network that can verify the
identifiers for the other networks on Internet.

Primary DNS

State the servers containing information about a part of the


DNS database.

Secondary DNS

Click OK after filling out the form, and close the Peripheral configuration window.

6.3

Configuring an FTP server

Select Setup/Network/Services.

Mark FTP Server and click Exit.

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The configuration of the FTP server is now complete and the project can be transferred
to the operator terminal.
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FTP connection example

In the following example the program FTP Client is used. The program is included in
the additional software tools.
Start FTP Client in the program group of the additional software tools.
Select Comm Settings in the Options menu.
Click New in the Communication settings window.

Enter a name for the connection.


Enter the IP address of the operator terminal.
Click OK, and then click OK once more.
Click Connect.

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The operator terminal now functions as an FTP server. The files are downloaded to the
terminal by marking them and clicking < Send.

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Start-Up
Network with two operator terminals
using a serial PPP connection
1

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Function and area of use

BDTP (Beijer Data Transfer Protocol) makes it possible for two operator terminals
(CIMREX 30 - CIMREX 91 of version 3 or higher), connected to a controller, to communicate.
This document describes how an operator terminal is configured to work as a BDTP
server/client via a serial cable PPP connection using the RS232C- or RS422-port on the
operator terminal.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Technical description

BDTP is a protocol that uses client/server communication and works in the following
way:
A client asks for information and a server supplies it.
Each server can supply 20 clients with information.
Each client can receive information from 16 different servers.
Each operator terminal can be both a server and a client at the same time.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Cables

Cables according to the drawings below are used to connect two operator terminals via
the RS232- or RS422-port.
RS232C cable between two operator terminals
9-pin D-sub contact, female

9-pin D-sub contact, female

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RS422 cable between two operator terminals


25-pin D-sub contact, male

25-pin D-sub contact, male

2
15

16

15

16

Port connected

Maximum cable length

RS232C

15 m

RS422

1,200 m

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Settings in programming tool

The settings in the programming software consist of three parts:


Configuring an RS232C/RS422 connection (PPP)
Configuring a BDTP server
Configuring a BDTP client

5.1

Configuring an RS232C/RS422 connection (PPP)

Select Peripherals in the Setup menu.


Drag TCP/IP Connection 1 from Unused functions to RS-232C or RS-422.

Right-click on TCP/IP Connection 1 and select Properties.

Choose a name for the connection (optional).


Select if the operator terminal is to function as a Server or a Client.
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Select None for PPP-Login verification method.


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If the Server alternative was selected, click Advanced and enter the following
settings in Advanced PPP Settings. Do not use the same IP address that is already
being used for an expansion card in the operator terminal.

Parameter
Use VJ compression of headers

Description
Checked by default, should not be changed.

Request/provide remote address Check to make the server supply the BDTP client
with an IP address, shown in the address field.
Use remote address as gateway

Check to use the BDTP clients IP address as a


gateway, i.e. a connection port to another network. Unchecked by default.

Request/provide local address

Check to give the BDTP server the IP address


shown in the next field.

Click OK.
If Client was selected above, just click OK in the Serial TCP/IP Connection
window. (By giving the BDTP server the settings above, no advanced settings need
be given for the BDTP client.)
Click OK in the Serial TCP/IP Connection window.

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Close the Peripherals configuration window.

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Configuring a BDTP server

If the operator terminal is to work only as a BDTP client, skip this section and go directly to section 5.3.
Select Network/Services in the Setup menu.

Mark BDTP Server and click Edit.

Parameter

Description

Server port

The default setting 6002 is not to be changed.

Max Clients

Number of clients in the network.

Data register

This field is used when data is to be sent between the controller


connected to the server and the controller connected to the client.
See the manual for the operator terminals for further information.

State the number of clients in the network, and then click OK.

5.3

Configuring a BDTP client

Select Network/Services from the Setup menu.

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Mark BDTP Client and click Edit.

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Parameter

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Description

BDTP Server port The default setting 6002 is not to be changed.


Default BDTP
Server

If, for example, 1 is selected, all new operands (D, M, T) that are
created in the clients programming software project will automatically be linked to the controller that is connected to server
1. To relink the old operands that have already been created, see
the manual for the operator terminals.

Data register

These fields are used when data is sent between the controller
that is connected to the server and the controller that is connected to the client (the controllers do not need to be of the
same brand). For further information see the manual for the operator terminals.

Control block

Synchronize
Check this alternative to synchronize the clients clock with the
clock with Server server selected in the following field.
BDTP Server
Address

The IP address of the BDTP server (operator terminal). By clicking


Append, the IP address together with an index will be shown in
the window on the left. Repeat the instruction above with a new
IP address for each server to be defined. The index is used for the
BDTP clients addressing of operands. See section 6 Addressing in
the BDTP client.

Enter the IP address of the BDTP server (operator terminal) and click Append.

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Click OK.
Note:
If no controller is connected to the BDTP client (the operator terminal), the icon
Controller must be moved from RS-422 or RS-232C to Unused functions in the
Peripheral configuration window.
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Addressing in the BDTP client

This applies if a Default BDTP Server was not defined earlier in section 5.3:
When an operand is entered in an object in the programming software the server from
which the client should read the operand must be stated.
To read D100 from server 1 write the following: 1>D100.

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If a controller is connected to the client (the operator terminal), the controllers operands are addressed as usual without an index.

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terminal via a serial or modem PPP connection

KI00070B 2003-06

Function and area of use

FTP (File Transport Protocol) is a standard protocol. When the operator terminal
(CIMREX 30 - CIMREX 91 of version 3 or higher) works as an FTP server, files can be
loaded to and downloaded from the terminal.
This document describes how to configure the operator terminal to work as an FTP
server via a serial or modem connection using PPP (Point to Point Protocol). An FTP
client is required to upload or download files. The FTP Client in the additional software
tools, WS_FTP Pro, Windows Commander or any other standard FTP program can be
used as FTP client. The operator terminal has to have an expansion slot to support the
function.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid to


be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. This document does not
describe how to install or configure the modem connection in your computer. One of
the following documents can be used to install and configure the modem connection,
depending on which operating system your computer uses.
Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection between a PC and an operator
terminal, Windows 95/98 (KI000071B)
Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection between a PC and an operator
terminal, Windows 2000 (KI00072B)
For further information, and if your computer uses Windows NT, we refer to the manual
for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Technical description

The FTP server in the operator terminal only allows transfers in the passive state (PASV).
The operator terminal does not use dated files. The date shown in the FTP client should
therefore be ignored. National characters are not supported in file names. Files in the various libraries in the operator terminal allocate memory from the project memory. Information about available project memory can be found in the info.txt file.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Cables

The following cables are used when two operator terminals are connected via the
RS232C- or RS422-port:
Port connected

Cable

RS232C

CAB5

RS422

CAB6

Settings in the programming tool

The settings in the programming tool consist of two parts:


Configuring a PPP connection
Configuring the FTP server

5.1

Configuring a PPP connection

Select Peripherals in the Setup menu.

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Drag TCP/IP Connection 1 from Unused functions to RS-232C or RS-422.

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Right-click on TCP/IP Connection 1 and select Properties.

Choose a name for the connection (optional).


Select if the operator terminal is to function as a Server or a Client.
Select None for PPP-Login verification method.
If the Server alternative was selected, click Advanced and enter the following settings
in Advanced PPP Settings. Do not use the same IP address that is already being used
for an expansion card in the operator terminal.

Parameter
Use VJ compression of headers

Description
Checked by default, should not be changed.

Request/provide remote address Check to make the server supply the FTP client
with an IP address, shown in the address field.
Use remote address as gateway

Check to use the FTP clients IP address as a gateway, i.e. a connection port to another network.
Unchecked by default.

Request/provide local address

Check to give the FTP server the IP address shown


in the next field.

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Click OK.

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Check Use logon script and click Edit script. Enter the following text using capitals
only. Leave this step out if an RS232C/RS422 connection with a normal modem connection is to be used.

Click OK.
Click OK in the Serial TCP/IP Connection window.
Close the Peripherals configuration window.
The configuration in the programming tool of the RS232C/RS422 connection with the
PPP protocol is now completed. Use one of the documents mentioned in section 2 to install and configure a modem connection.

5.2

Configuring the FTP server

Select Network/Services in the Setup menu.

Mark FTP Server and click Exit.

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The configuration of the FTP server is now complete, and the project can be transferred
to the operator terminal.

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Example of connecting an FTP client to an


operator terminal

In the following example the application FTP Client, included in the additional software
tools, is used.
Start the program FTP Client in the program group of the additional software tools.
Select Options/Comm Settings.
Click New in the Communication settings window.

Enter a name for the connection.


Enter the IP address of the operator terminal. Use the IP address given earlier in Local
in Advanced PPP settings (see section 5.1).
Click OK, and then click OK once more.

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Click Connect.

The operator terminal now works as an FTP server. Files can be uploaded to and downloaded from the terminal by clicking < Send and Rec >.
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Start-Up
Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection
between a PC and an operator terminal, Windows 95/98

KI00071C 2003-06

Function and area of use

This document describes how to configure a serial or modem PPP connection between a
PC and an operator terminal using the RS-232/RS-422 port. The connection can be
made in two ways:
Using a serial PPP connection between the operator terminal and the PC with the cables CAB5 or CAB6. In this case a simulated modem in the PC (null modem) is used.
Using a modem PPP connection with the modems Westermo TD31/32 and PowerBit
33k, 56k Voice.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid to


be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information we
refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address
manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Configuring a serial PPP connection in


Windows 95/98

This chapter describes how to install and configure a serial PPP connection in Windows
95/98. If a modem connection with the Westermo TD31/32 and PowerBit 33k, 56k
Voice modems is to be used go directly to chapter 4.
The picture below shows how to connect an operator terminal to a computer.
PC with Windows 95/98
and a null modem installed

Operator terminal

CAB5 or CAB6

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A file called Null.inf is needed to configure the null modem. The file can be downloaded
from www.tainet.net/tech/drivers.htm.
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Parent company: Sweden
Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection


between a PC and an operator terminal, Windows 95/98

3.1

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Installing the null modem

Click Start/Settings/Control Panel.


Double-click on Modems.
Select Add in Modem Properties.

Check Dont detect my modem; I will select it from a list, and click Next.
Click Have Disk in Install New Modem.
Select the folder with the Null.inf file in Install From Disk, and click OK.

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Mark Null Modem and click Next.

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Select port to use with the modem; in this case Communications Port (COM1).
Click Next and then click Finish.
Click Close in Modems Properties.
The null modem is now installed. The next step is to configure the null modem.

3.2

Configuring the null modem

Click Start/Programs/Accessories/Dial-Up Networking.

Double-click on Make New Connection.

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Select a name for the connection, for example PPP.

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Select the modem you have installed, in this case Null Modem, and click Configure.

Select the Communications Port (COM1) and set the maximum speed for the modem
to, for example, 57600.

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Under the Connection tab, enter the following settings:

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Click Advanced, and enter the following settings:

Click OK.
Under the Options tab, enter the following settings.

Click OK.

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Click Next in the window Make New Connection.

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Enter the settings below.

Click Next and then click Finish.The following window is shown.

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Right-click on the new connection (in this case PPP) and select Properties. Enter the
following settings:

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Enter the following settings under the Server Types tab:

Click on TCP/IP Settings and enter the following settings:

Click OK, and then OK once more in the PPP window.

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The null modem is now installed and configured, and the configuration of the serial PPP
connection is complete.

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Configuring a modem PPP connection in


Windows 95/98

This chapter describes how to install and configure a modem connection.


PC
Operator terminal
Westermo
modem

PowerBit
modem

Telephone network

The picture above shows how to connect the operator terminal to a PC using a normal
modem connection.
The PowerBit-modem is connected to a communication port (e.g. COM 1) on the PC via
a modem cable, which is supplied with the PowerBit-modem.
9-pin D-sub male, connected
to the PowerBit-modem

2
3
7
8
5
6
1

2
3
7
8
5
6
1

9-pin D-sub female,


connected to COM1/COM2

The Westermo TD32 modem is connected to the RS232C-port of the operator terminal.
The cable can be constructed according to the picture below.
25-pin D-sub male, connected
to the Westermo-modem

2
3
7
4
5
6
20

2
3
5

9-pin D-sub female, connected


to RS232C-port on the terminal

Shield

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To configure the modem some DIP switches under the cover of the modem need to be set
as shown below. (The settings result in the connection speed 57600.)
SW3

SW2

SW1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

SW5

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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4.1

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Installing the PowerBit modem

This chapter describes how to install the PowerBit modem in Windows 95/98.
The Westermo modem is configured as above with the DIP switches and then with the
modem setup strings in section 4.3.
Click Start/Settings/Control Panel and double-click on Modems.
Select Add in Modem Properties

Mark Dont detect my modem; I will select it from a list, and click Next.

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Select PowerBit 33k6, 56k voice EXT and click Next.

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Select the port to be used with the modem; In this case Communications Port
(COM1).
Click Next, and then click Finish.
Click Close in the Modems Properties window.
The PowerBit modem is now installed. The next step is to configure the modem.

4.2

Configuring the PowerBit modem

Click Start/Programs/Accessories/Dial-Up Networking.

Double-click on Make New Connection.

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Select a name for the connection, for example PPP.

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Select modem installed, in this case PowerBit 33k6, 56k Voice EXT; click Configure.

Select the Communications Port (COM1) port, and select the maximum speed for the
modem, for example 57600.

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Under the Connection tab, enter the following settings:

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Under the Options tab, enter the following settings.

Click OK, and then click Next in the window Make New Connection.

Type the phone number you want the PowerBit modem to call and click Next.

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Click Finish and the following window is shown.

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Right-click on the new connection (in this case PPP) and select Properties. Enter the
following settings:

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Enter the following settings under the Server Types tab:

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Click TCP/IP Settings and enter the following settings:

Click OK, and then OK once more in the PPP window.


The PowerBit modem is now installed and configured.

4.3

Sending an initiation string to the Westermo modem

To complete the configuration of the PPP connection a modem setup string needs to be
sent to the Westermo modem according to the table below. The PowerBit modem can also
be configured with a modem string. This is not necessary as the configuration was made
earlier in section 4.2.
Modem

Modem setup string

Westermo TD31/32 (connected to the terminal) AT &F &C1 &D0 &K0 E0 Q0 V1 S0=1 &W
PowerBit 33k, 56k Voice (connected to the PC) AT &F &D0 &K0 &W

The string can be sent to the Westermo-modem with the HyperTerminal program.

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Click Start/Program/Accessories/HyperTerminal/HyperTerminal. The following


window is shown.

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Give the connection a name, e.g. Modem setup string, and select a suitable icon.
Click OK.

The connection of the Westermo modem is defined in the window above. In this example the modem is connected directly to COM 1. Click OK.

Enter the parameters for the modem communication, and click OK.
Save the communication settings with a suitable name by selecting File/Save as in the
menu of the HyperTerminal program.

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When the settings have been completed, a cursor will flash in the upper left corner.
Enter the command AT &F and press Enter on the keyboard.
If the modem replies OK the communication is working.
Enter the setup string for the Westermo modem.

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Command

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Description

AT

Tells the modem that a modem command follows.

&F

Resets the modem to factory default.

&C1

According to the factory default the DCD-signal (Data carrier detect) is always
active. By sending this command to the modem, the DCD-signal will only be
activated when carrier is detected.

&D0

DTR (Data terminal ready) signal ignored (see also manual for modem).

&K0

Local flow control disabled.

E0

Echo OFF (will not echo commands to the computer).

Q0

Quiet mode OFF (displays result codes, user sees result codes, e.g. OK).

Q1

Quiet mode ON (all result codes are suppressed, user cannot see result codes).

V1

Verbal (English result codes, CONNECT, BUSY, NO CARRIER etc).

S0=X

Auto answer after X rings (if X=0 the modem never makes a connection).

&W

Store the settings in the modem.

When the transmission of the modem setup string is complete, the Westermo modem will
give the reply OK.

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The modem configuration of the serial PPP connection is now complete.

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Start-Up
Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection
between a PC and an operator terminal, Windows 2000

KI00072C 2003-06

Function and area of use

This document describes how to configure a serial or modem PPP connection between
a PC and an operator terminal using the RS-232/RS-422 port. The connection can be
made in two ways:
Using a serial PPP connection between the operator terminal and the PC with the
cables CAB5 or CAB6. In this case a simulated modem in the PC (null modem) is
used.
Using a modem PPP connection with the modems Westermo TD31/32 and
PowerBit 33k, 56k Voice.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual of the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address
manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Configuring a serial PPP connection in


Windows 2000

This chapter describes how to install and configure a serial PPP connection in Windows 2000. If a modem connection with the Westermo TD31/32 and PowerBit 33k,
56k Voice modems is to be used go directly to chapter 4.
The picture below shows how to connect an operator terminal to a computer.
PC with Windows 2000
and a null modem installed

Operator terminal

CAB5 or CAB6

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection


between a PC and an operator terminal, Windows 2000

3.1

KI00072C 2003-06

Installing the serial PPP connection

Click Start/Settings/Control Panel.


Double-click on Phone and Modem Options.

Click on the Modems tab in the window Phone And Modems Options, and click
Add.

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Check Dont detect my modem; I will select it from a list and click Next.

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Choose Communications cable between two computers and click Next.

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Choose the alternative Selected ports and in this case COM1. Then click Next and
Finish.

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Click Properties in the window Phone And Modems Options.

Choose Maximum Port Speed; in our case 57600, and click OK.
Click OK in the window Phone And Modems Options.

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The serial connection is now installed. The next step is to configure the connection.

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3.2

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Configuring the serial PPP connection

Click Start/Programs/Accessories/Communications/Network and Dial-up


Connections.

Double-click on the icon Make New Connection to start the Network


Connections Wizard, and click Next.

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Mark the option Connect directly to another computer and click Next.

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Mark the option Guest and click Next.

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Choose the alternative Communications cable between two computers (COM1)


and click Next.

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Choose if the connection should be available for all users or only available when you
are logged on, and click Next.

Choose a name for the connection, for example PPP, and click Finish.
Click Properties in the window Connect PPP.

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Choose the alternative Communications cable between two computers (COM1),


and click Configure.

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Choose Maximum speed; in our case 57600.


Mark the option Enable hardware flow control and click OK.
Click on the tab Options in the window PPP Properties.

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Make the following settings.

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Click on the tab Security and make the following settings.

Click on the tab Networking and make the following settings.

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Click Settings and make the following settings.

Click OK.
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Click Properties in the window PPP Properties and make the following settings.

Click Advanced and make the following settings.

Click OK, and then click OK in the window Internet protocol (TCP/IP)
Properties.
Finally, click OK in the window PPP Properties.

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The serial connection between operator terminal and PC is now installed and configured.

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Configuring a modem PPP connection in


Windows 2000

This chapter describes how to install and configure a modem connection.


PC
Operator terminal
Westermo
modem

PowerBit
modem

Telephone network

The picture above shows how to connect the operator terminal to a PC using a normal
modem connection.
The PowerBit-modem is connected to a communication port (e.g. COM 1) on the PC
via a modem cable, which is supplied with the PowerBit-modem.
9-pin D-sub male, connected
to the PowerBit-modem

2
3
7
8
5
6
1

2
3
7
8
5
6
1

9-pin D-sub female,


connected to COM1 on the PC

The Westermo TD32 modem is connected to the RS232C-port of the operator


terminal. The cable can be made according to the picture below.
25-pin D-sub male, connected
to the Westermo-modem

2
3
7
4
5
6
20

2
3
5

9-pin D-sub female, connected


to RS232C-port on the terminal

Shield

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To configure the modem some DIP switches under the cover of the modem need to be
set as shown below. (The settings result in the connection speed 57600.)
SW3

SW2

SW1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

SW5

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Configuration of a serial or modem PPP connection


between a PC and an operator terminal, Windows 2000

4.1

KI00072C 2003-06

Installing the PowerBit modem

Click Start/Settings/Control Panel.


Double-click on Phone and Modem Options.

Click on the Modems tab in the window Phone And Modems Options, and click
Add.

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Check Dont detect my modem; I will select it from a list and click Next.

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Choose the alternative PowerBit 33k6, 56k Voice EXT, and click Next.

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Mark the option Selected ports and in this case COM1. Then click Next and
Finish.

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Click Properties in the window Phone And Modems Options.

Choose Maximum Port Speed; in our case 57600, and click OK.
Click OK in the window Phone And Modems Options.
The PowerBit modem is now installed. Next step is to configure the modem.

4.2

Configuring the PowerBit modem

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Click Start/Programs/Accessories/Communications/Network and Dial-up


Connections.

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Double-click on the ikon Make New Connection to start the Network


Connections Wizard, and click Next.

Mark the option Dial-up to private network and click Next.

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Type the phone number you want the PowerBit modem to call and click Next.

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Choose if the connection should be available for all users or only available when you
are logged on, and click Next.

Choose a name for the connection, for example PPP, and click Finish.

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Click Properties in the window Connect PPP.

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Make the following settings.

Click Configure and make the following settings.

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Click OK.

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Click on the tab Options and make the following settings.

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Click on the tab Security and make the following settings.

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Click on the tab Networking and make the following settings.

Click Settings and make the following settings..

Click OK.

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Click Properties and make the following settings.

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Click Advanced and make the following settings.

Click OK, and OK in the window Internet protocol (TCP/IP) Properties.


Click OK in the window PPP Properties.

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The PowerBit modem is now installed and configured.

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4.3

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Sending an initiation string to the Westermo


modem

To complete the configuration of the PPP connection a modem setup string needs to
be sent to the Westermo according to the table below. The PowerBit modem can also
be configured with a modem string. This is not necessary as the configuration was made
earlier in section 4.2.
Modem

Modem setup string

Westermo TD31/32 (connected to the terminal) AT &F &C1 &D0 &K0 E0 Q0 V1 S0=1 &W
PowerBit 33k, 56k Voice (connected to the PC) AT &F &D0 &K0 &W

The string can be sent to the Westermo-modem with the HyperTerminal program.
Click Start/Program/Accessories/HyperTerminal/HyperTerminal. The following
window is shown.

Give your connection a name, e.g. Modem setup string, and select a suitable icon.
Click OK.

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The connection of the Westermo modem is defined in the window above. In this
example the modem is connected directly to the communication port 1 (COM 1).
Click OK.

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Enter the parameters for the modem communication, and click OK.
Save the communication settings with a suitable name by selecting File/Save as in
the menu of the HyperTerminal program.
When the settings have been completed, a cursor will flash in the upper left corner.
Enter the command AT &F and press Enter on the keyboard.
If the modem replies OK the communication is working.
Enter the following modem setup string (according the table above) for the Westermo modem: AT &F &C1&D0 &K0 E0 Q0 V1 S0=1 &W.
Command

Description

AT

Tells the modem that a modem command follows.

&F

Resets the modem to factory default.

&C1

According to the factory default the DCD-signal (Data carrier detect) is always active. By sending this command to the modem, the DCD-signal will
only be activated when carrier is detected.

&D0

DTR (Data terminal ready) signal ignored (see also manual for modem).

&K0

Local flow control disabled.

E0

Echo OFF (will not echo commands to the computer).

Q0

Quiet mode OFF (displays result codes, user sees result codes, e.g. OK).

Q1

Quiet mode ON (all result codes are suppressed, user cannot see result
codes).

V1

Verbal (English result codes, CONNECT, BUSY, NO CARRIER etc).

S0=X

Auto answer after X rings (if X=0 the modem never makes a connection).

&W

Store the settings in the modem.

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When the transmission of the modem setup string is complete, the Westermo modem
will give the reply OK.
The modem configuration of the serial PPP connection is now complete.
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Start-Up
Downloading projects etc. to an operator
terminal through a modem connection
1

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Function and area of use

This document describes how to download projects, recipes etc. to an operator terminal
via a modem connection.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual of the operator terminals and the programming tool for the operator terminals. See also the manuals for the PowerBit- and Westermo-modems (included at purchase of the modems).
This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from
www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for
feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Hardware description

To be able to establish a connection between a PC and an operator terminal via


modems, one modem is connected to the PC and another to the operator terminal.
PC
Operator terminal
Westermo
modem

PowerBit
modem

Telephone network

A large number of different modems are available on the market. We have put together
a system that is tested with our products. The system consists of the following parts:
A PC
A PowerBit Executive DSVD 56K Flash-modem
The PowerBit-modem is a regular office modem that can be used as a link to
controllers as well as to the Internet. A cable that can be connected between the PC
and the modem, and a cable for connection to the telephone network are supplied
with the PowerBit-modem.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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terminal through a modem connection

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A Westermo TD31/32-modem
This modem is suitable for industrial use, and ready to mount on a DIN-rail. A
cable for connection to the telephone network is supplied with the Westermomodem. A cable for connection to the controller is not supplied, and has to be constructed.
An operator terminal
Any operator terminal can be used (exclusive of terminals with only one serial port).
To put the operator terminal in transfer mode automatically (automatic RUN/
PROG switching) a recent version of the system program for the operator terminal
and of the programming tool must be used. With previous versions of the system
program and programming tool, the operator terminal has to be put in transfer
mode manually before the transfer can be made.

Connection

The operator terminal is connected to the PC via the PowerBit- and Westermomodems. The PowerBit-modem is connected to the COM1/COM2 port on the PC
via a modem cable, according to the drawing below. The cable is supplied at purchase
of the PowerBit-modem.
2
9-pin D-sub male,
connected to the PowerBit-modem 3

2
3
7
8
5
6
1

7
8
5
6
1

9-pin D-sub female,


connected to COM1 on the PC

The Westermo-modem is connected to the RS232C-port on the operator terminal. A


cable according to the drawing below has to be constructed. The maximum length of
the cable is 15 meters.

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25-pin D-sub male, connected


to the Westermo-modem

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2
3
7
4
5
6
20

2
3
5

9-pin D-sub female, connected


to RS232C-port on the terminal

Shield

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Modem settings

If the operator terminal is connected to an existing modem connection between a PC and a


controller, sections 5 - 6 do not have to be considered. In that case, go straight to section 7.
The Westermo-modem, unlike the PowerBit-modem, demands some hardware settings before use. A number of DIP-switches, located under the top cover, are used to
set the modem operating parameters.
Note:
Always disconnect the power supply to the modem prior to setting the DIP-switches.

Set the DIP-switches according to the following drawing.


SW3

SW2

SW1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

SW5

SW4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

For the modem communication to work, the PowerBit-modem must be initiated by


sending an initiation string to it. This is made using the HyperTerminal, a standard
program in Microsoft Windows. How to send the initiation string is described in section 5.1.
The following initiation string is sent to the PowerBit-modem:
PowerBit Executive DSVD 56K Flash

AT &F &D0 &K0 &W

The initiation string to the PowerBit-modem can be sent as one continuous text string.
After this, the modem will reply OK, provided that everything is in order.
The TD32/32-modem is initiated from the programming tool for the operator terminal. Select Setup/Peripherals, right-click on the modem icon and select Properties.
Type the following initiation string on the Init row:
Westermo TD31/32

AT &F &D0 &K0 Q1 E0 S0=1 &C1 &W

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The Westermo-modem does not reply.

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The modem commands are described below:


Command

Description

AT

Command sent to modems must begin with AT. When the modem receives
an AT-command, the communication parameters (baud rate, number of
data bits, number of stop bits and parity) are saved for the current communication.

&F

The command resets the modem to the default settings. These settings are
used only at this occasion. After a restart of the modem, the modem will
used the parameters saved in the modem. To keep the default settings,
these can be saved using the command &W.

&D0

Makes the modem ignore DTR.

&K0

Disables the communication handshake signals.

Q1

No result codes are sent in the communication.

E0

Characters sent from the PC are not returned.

S0=1

Number of dials before auto answer.

&C1

Makes the DCD-signal follow the carrier wave on the telephone line.

&W

Saves the sent modem commands in the modem.

ATDT

Dial command. The command and the following phone number starts a dial
to the modem. Command example: ATDT031-123456.

ATH

Closing command. The command disconnects the established communication.

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Commands sent to the modems must begin with the command AT.

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Sending an initiation string in Windows 95/98/


NT/2000/XP

Use the modem cable included with the PowerBit-modem to send the initiation string.
The cable is connected between the communication port (COM 1) and the modem.
Start the application HyperTerminal from the program group Accessories. Type a
name, and select an icon for the connection. Click OK to confirm the settings.
The dialog Connect to is displayed. State where the modem is connected. By selecting Connect with COM 1 the other fields will be ignored.
Click OK to confirm the settings.
The dialog Settings for COM 1 is displayed. Set the communication parameters
according to the table below.
Parameter

Setting

Baud rate

9,600

Data bits

Parity

None

Stop bits

Control of data transfer rate

Hardware

Click OK to save the settings.


Save the settings as a file with a suitable name. A marker will flash in the top right
corner to indicate that the settings are made.
Type the modem command AT and click Enter. The modem will reply OK provided that everything is in order.
Type the correct initiation string for the modem and finish by clicking Enter.
Note:
Always use capital letters when sending modem commands.

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When the transmission of the initiation string to the PowerBit-modem is finished, the
modem will reply OK.

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Settings in the operator terminal

For the communication between the operator terminal and the Westermo-modem to
work, the communication parameters for the RS232C-port in the operator terminal
have to be set.
The settings of the parameters are made using the programming tool for the operator
terminals.
Select Setup/Peripherals to display the window Peripheral configuration.
Right-click on the icon RS-232C and select Properties. Set the communication according to the table below.
Parameter

Setting

Baud rate

9,600

Parity

None

Data bits

Stop bits

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Modem connection using Tools

The Tools program can be used together with the programming tool for the operator
terminals. In this case Tools is used to configure a modem connection for transfer of
recipes.
The modem connection can also be used in the programming tool for downloading of
projects.
The software Tools is free of charge and can be downloaded from the web site of the
distributor of the operator terminals.
The configuration of the modem connection is described below.
Start Tools and File Transfer.
Open the Options-menu and select Communication Settings. Click New to display the dialog Edit Phone Number.
State the name of the connection and the phone number for the modem to dial.
Modem String does not have to be entered, since the modem already is initiated.
Check that the communication parameters are set according to the table below.
Parameter

Setting

Port

COM 1

Baud rate

9,600

Parity

None

Data bits

Stop bits

Click OK to confirm the settings, and then OK once more in the Communication
Settings dialog.
Select what phone number to dial in the list in the Communication Settings dialog, and click OK.
Click Connect, and wait for the message Connected. Recipes can now be transferred to between the operator terminal and the PC.
Click Exit (the connection is still connected).

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the operator terminal.

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Transferring projects to the terminal

Prior to transferring projects to the operator terminal, the terminal has to be put in
transfer mode. This can be made in two ways:
Setting the operator terminal in transfer mode automatically (Automatic RUN/
PROG switching).
Setting the operator terminal in transfer mode manually.

8.1

Setting the operator terminal in transfer mode


automatically

This is the easy way to go, but demands a recent version of the system program for the
operator terminal and of the programming tool.
Open the Transfer menu and select Project. Click Settings to display the dialog
Communication parameters.

Set the parameters according to the dialog above, and click OK.

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Click Send to transfer the project to the operator terminal.

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Setting the operator terminal in transfer mode


manually

With previous versions of the system program for the operator terminals and of the programming tool, the RUN/PROG-switch on the back of the operator terminal has to
be reset manually before the transfer is started.
Open the Transfer menu and select Project. Click Settings to display the dialog
Communication parameters.

Set the parameters according to the dialog above, and click OK.

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Click Send to transfer the project to the operator terminal.

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Start-Up
Transferring firmware, projects and HMI-files to
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Function and area of use

HMI Tools for PalmTM handhelds contain three applications where it is possible to
transfer projects, firmware and HMI-files to an operator terminal using a PalmTM handheld via a serial connection.
This document describes how to configure the operator terminal and the PalmTM handheld. It also describes how to install the software into the PalmTM handheld. When the
operator terminal works as an FTP server, files can be loaded to and downloaded from
the terminal using the serial protocol PPP (Point to Point Protocol).
The installation will create three new applications in the PalmTM handheld: HMI Files,
HMI Project and HMI Sysload.

About the Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual of the operator terminals. For information about the functions
in the PalmTM handheld we refer to the manual included at purchase of the PalmTM
handheld. This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from
www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Applicable products

PalmTM Pilot m515 version 3.5 or later


PalmTM Pilot m505 version 3.5 or later
PalmTM Pilot m500 version 3.5 or later
PalmTM Pilot M130 version 3.5 or later
PalmTM Pilot Vx version 3.5 or later

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Cables

The following cable is used for the connection between the operator terminal and a
PalmTM Pilot m515, PalmTM Pilot m505, PalmTM Pilot m500, PalmTM Pilot m130 or a
PalmTM Pilot Vx.
Port to be connected
RS232C

Cable name
The Serial Hot Sync cable for the PalmTM handheld connected
to a CAB 12 cable, described in chapter 9. The CAB 12 switch
should be set to "looped" (3).

Installation of HMI Tools for PalmTM handhelds

This chapter describes how to install the HMI Tools applications into the PalmTM
handheld. You will have to install the Hot Sync Manager software for the PalmTM handheld that was included at purchase. This document will not describe how to install and
work with that software. Please see the PalmTM handheld owners manual.

5.1

Installation of PalmTM handheld application in the PC

To start the installation, double click on the file setup.exe. Select the destination
folder for the program to be installed.
Select user for whom the PalmTM handheld applications will be installed. Also Syncdirectories will be created for this user.
The directories are:
\Program\Palm\user\HMI Files\
\Program\Palm\user\HMI Project\
\Program\Palm\user\HMI Sysload\

5.2

Installation of HMI applications in the PalmTM handheld

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Synchronize the PalmTM handheld with the PC.

The applications HMI Files, HMI Project and HMI Sysload will be transferred to the
PalmTM handheld after the synchronizing.
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How to use HMI Project

This chapter describes the configuration of the software to be able to download projects
to the terminal. Usually, the terminal project is saved as a .mpa-file. The application in
the PalmTM handheld can not handle that type of files. The PalmTM handheld will need
a .dat-file that contains both the driver for the controller and the terminal project.
To save both the driver and the project into the same file, select File/Export project
transfer file in the programming tool for the operator terminals.
Copy the .dat-file to folder \Program\Palm\user\HMI Project\.
Synchronize the PalmTM handheld to download the project.

Click on the HMI Project icon in the PalmTM handheld.


The transfer baud rate can be changed under Options/Comm settings.
Select which project to download to the operator terminal.
Connect the Serial Hot Sync cable for the PalmTM handheld and the CAB12 cable
(switch should be set to "looped") between the PalmTM handheld and the operator
terminal.
Click Transfer.

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The terminal will now switch to transfer mode. The project and the driver will be transferred to the terminal.

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How to use HMI Sysload

This chapter describes how to use the HMI Sysload application in the PalmTM handheld. With Sysload you are able to upgrade the system program (OS) of the operator
terminal.
Copy the system program for the current operator terminal to the folder
\Program\Palm\user\HMI Project\ in the PC.
Synchronize the PalmTM handheld to download the .bin-file to the PalmTM handheld.

Click on the HMI Sysload icon in the PalmTM handheld.


The transfer or switch baud rate can be changed under HMI Sysload/Comm
settings.
Select the current firmware to download to the operator terminal.
Connect the Serial Hot Sync cable for the PalmTM handheld and the CAB12 (switch
should be set to "looped") cable between the PalmTM handheld and the operator terminal.
Note:
Before clicking on Transfer, make sure to take backups of the terminal project, recipes,
trend data and other files stored in the terminal. When upgrading the terminal these
might be deleted.

Click Transfer.

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The terminal will now switch to loading system program, and the firmware will be
transferred to the terminal.

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Description of the configuration in the


programming tool

This chapter describes configuration of the programming tool for the operator terminals, the configuration of the PalmTM handheld and the functionality of the HMI Files
application.

8.1

Settings in the programming tool

The settings in the programming tool for the operator terminals consists of three parts:
Configuration of a PPP connection
Configuration of the FTP server in the operator terminal
Typing a command on the command line.

Configuration of a PPP connection


Select Setup/Peripherals.

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Drag TCP/IP Connection 1 from Unused functions and drop on the RS-232C or
the RS-422 port. The flashing arrows indicate where it is possible to drop the icon.

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Right-click on TCP/IP Connection 1 and select Properties.

Select a name for the connection (optional).


Select Act as Server.
Select None for the PPP - Login verification method.
Click on the Advanced button to display the Advanced PPP Settings dialog.

Uncheck Use VJ compression of IP headers.


Check Request/provide remote address to make the server supply the FTP client
with the IP address given in the address field.
Checking Use remote address as gateway will use the IP address of the FTP client
as a gateway, i.e. a connection port to another network. According to the basic settings, this alternative is not selected.
Check Request/provide local address to give the FTP server (the operator terminal)
the IP address stated in the Address field. Do not use the IP address that is already
used for the expansion card in the operator terminal.
Click OK, and then OK once more to confirm the TCP/IP connection settings.
Close the Peripheral configuration window.

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The configuration of the RS232 connection with the PPP protocol in the programming tool is now completed.
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Configuration of the FTP server in the operator terminal


Select Setup/Network/Services in the programming tool for the operator terminals.

Check FTP Server and click Exit.


Transfer the programming software project to the operator terminal.
The configuration of the operator terminal is now complete, and the operator terminal
works as an FTP server.

Typing a command on the command line


Select Setup/System signals.
Type the command LCPC (LCP Compression) on the command line.

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In the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), the Link Control Protocol (LCP) establishes,
configures, and tests data-link Internet connections. Before establishing communications over a point-to-point link, each end of the PPP link must send out LCP packets.
The LCP packet either accepts or rejects the identity of its linked peer, agrees upon
packet size limits, and looks for common misconfiguration errors.

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Settings in the PalmTM handheld

This section describes how to configure the PalmTM handheld for the PPP connection.
Click on the Prefs icon in the PalmTM handheld.

Select Connection in the upper right hand corner of the screen.


Create a new connection.
Type the name of the connection, and select Connect to: PC and Via: Cradle/Cable.
Click on the Details button, and set the speed to 57,600 bps and the flow control
to Automatic.
Click OK, and then OK once more in the Edit Connection screen.

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Now a new connection is created.

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Select Network in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

Select Service: Windows RAS. User name and password do not have to be stated.
Select the connection created in the previous step, and click on Details.
Select Connection type: PPP and Idle timeout: 1 Minute. Check the boxes Query
DNS and IP Address: Automatic.
Click OK.
Now the PalmTM handheld is configured for PPP and ready to connect to the operator
terminal.
Connect the Serial Hot Sync cable for the PalmTM handheld and the CAB12 cable
(switch should be set to "looped") between the PalmTM handheld and the operator
terminal.
Click Connect.

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The PalmTM handheld is now connected to the operator terminal and ready to use the
HMI Files application.

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How to use HMI Files application

Copy the files (recipes) that will be used in the PalmTM handheld for transfer to the
terminal, to folder \Program\Palm\user\HMI Files\ .
Synchronize the PalmTM handheld to download the files to the PalmTM handheld.
Click on the HMI Files icon.

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In the upper right hand corner of the screen is it possible to configure a new FTP connection.

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Select Connect/Edit and then click New.

Configure the Site preferences according to the picture above.


Click OK and then Done.
Select the new connection that was created.

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The PalmTM handheld and the operator terminal are now connected, and files can be
up- and downloaded between them.

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CAB12 cable drawing

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Function and area of use

Unicode can be used in the operator terminals to create applications in most of the languages in the world. See the manual for the operator terminals and the programming
tool for the operator terminals for information about which terminal models and system program (firmware) support Unicode. Unicode characters can be used for the
project application and/or for the system language.

About this Start-Up document

This document describes how to install Unicode fonts in your PC and how to create a
simple project in the programming tool for the operator terminals.
This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid
to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals and the programming tool for the operator terminals.
This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from our web site
www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for
feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Technical description

Unicode is a worldwide character-encoding standard that use 16-bit code value to


represent characters in many of the worlds languages. Previous character-encoding
standards such as the Microsoft Windows ANSI character set use 8-bit code values or
combinations of 8-bit values to represent the characters used in a specific language or
geographical region.
In Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP an input method editor (IME) allows
computer users to enter complex characters and symbols, such as Japanese characters,
by using a standard keyboard.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

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Software setup for Windows XP

The support for Unicode characters requires setup in the Windows XP Control Panel.

Open the Regional and Language Options dialog box and select the Languages tab.

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Select Install files for East Asian languages to install additional language support. This
requires that you install the necessary files from the Windows XP CD.

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When the additional language support is installed you must select which keyboard layouts you want to add to your system. Select the Details button and add the new input
language and keyboard layouts.

When the new languages are added a Language Indicator is displayed in the Windows
status bar.

You can then select the language, if you know the keyboard layout for each language.
Some languages like Japanese can be added through an IME custom keyboard that will
appear when you choose MS-IME2000 input mode.

In this case select to show the language input field.


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For the purpose of this software, no more setup of Windows XP is required.


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Creating a new project with a Unicode language

Perform the following steps to create a new project with a Unicode language:
Start a new project in the programming tool for the operator terminals.
Select the desired Unicode font used by the programming tool, located in the View/
Options menu.
Select the Unicode character set you will use for the terminal, located under Country
settings/Character set/ Unicode in the Setup menu. Choose the desired unicode
font from the list e.g @Batang.

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Change the keyboard input mode to e.g. Japanese and open the IME pad.

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Open the main block and add a static text object. Enter Unicode characters using
the IME Pad. You can select to use different IME Pads; the Soft Keyboard is used
here.

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Download the project to the terminal.

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Adding a Unicode language into an existing


project

Perform the following steps to add a Unicode language into an existing project:
Open an existing project.
Add multi language support to the project. Open the multi language wizard by selecting Multi language/New language from the Setup menu.

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Select two languages and change the second language character set to the desired
Unicode language.

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Translating texts in the Multi language Edit window


Perform the following steps to translate texts from the language in which the project
was created to a Unicode language:
Select Multi language/Edit from the Setup menu.
Enter the Unicode characters using the IME Pad.

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Download the project when all the texts are translated.

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Exporting and importing a translated text file


Perform the following steps to export and import a translated text file.
Export the user text file by selecting Multi language/Export from the Setup menu
and save it in Unicode format.

Open the text file in a text editor such as Notepad and translate the texts.

Import the text file when the texts are translated. Make sure to select the correct
encoding for the file.

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Download the project when all the languages are imported.

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Function and area of use

Unicode can be used in the operator terminals to create applications in most of the
languages in the world. See the manual for the operator terminals and the programming
tool for the operator terminals for information about which terminal models and
system program (firmware) support Unicode. Unicode characters can be used for the
project application and/or for the system language.

About this Start-Up document

This document describes how to install Unicode fonts in your PC and how to create a
simple project in the programming tool for the operator terminals.
This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid
to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals and the programming tool for the operator terminals.
This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from our web site
www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Technical description

Unicode is a worldwide character-encoding standard that use 16-bit code value to represent characters in many of the worlds languages. Previous character-encoding standards such as the Microsoft Windows ANSI character set use 8-bit code values or
combinations of 8-bit values to represent the characters used in a specific language or
geographical region.
In Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows XP an input method editor (IME) allows
computer users to enter complex characters and symbols, such as Japanese characters,
by using a standard keyboard.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Setup Unicode with Windows 2000


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Software setup for Windows 2000

The support for Unicode characters requires setup in the Windows 2000 Control
Panel.

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Open the Regional Options dialog box and select the General tab.

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Select Language settings for the system to install additional language support. This
requires that you install the necessary files from the Windows 2000 CD.
When the additional language support is installed you must select which keyboard
layouts you want to add to your system. Select the Input Locales tab and add the new
input language and keyboard layouts.

When the new languages are added a Language Indicator is displayed in the Windows
status bar.

You can then select the language, if you know the keyboard layout for each language.
Some languages like Japanese can be added through an IME custom keyboard that will
appear when you choose MS-IME2000 input mode.

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For the purpose of this software, no more setup of Windows 2000 is required.

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Creating a new project with a Unicode language

Perform the following steps to create a new project with a Unicode language:
Start a new project in the programming tool for the operator terminals.
Select the desired Unicode font used by the programming tool, located in the View/
Options menu.
Select the Unicode character set you will use for the terminal, located under Country
settings/Character set/ Unicode in the Setup menu. Choose the desired Unicode
font from the list e.g @MS Mincho.

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Change the keyboard input mode to e.g. Japanese and open the IME pad.

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Open the main block and add a static text object. Enter Unicode characters using
the IME Pad. You can select to use different IME Pads; the Soft Keyboard is used
here.

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Download the project to the terminal.

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Adding a Unicode language into an existing


project

Perform the following steps to add a Unicode language into an existing project:
Open an existing project.
Add multi language support to the project. Open the multi language wizard by
selecting Multi language/New language from the Setup menu.

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Select two languages and change the second language character set to the
desired Unicode language.

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Translating texts in the Multi language Edit window


Perform the following steps to translate texts from the language in which the project
was created to a Unicode language:
Select Multi language/Edit from the Setup menu.
Enter the Unicode characters using the IME Pad.

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Download the project when all the texts are translated.

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Exporting and importing a translated text file


Perform the following steps to export and import a translated text file.
Export the user text file by selecting Multi language/Export from the Setup menu
and save it in Unicode format.

Open the text file in a text editor such as Notepad and translate the texts.

Import the text file when the texts are translated. Make sure to select the correct
encoding for the file.

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Download the project when all the languages are imported.

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Tutoriel
Installation de CIMREX PROG,
Chargement et Transfert des Projets
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Prface

Ce guide explique linstallation de CIMREX PROG et comment ouvrir une


application de dmonstration ainsi que son transfert dans un terminal CIMREX.
Afin de suivre efficacement ce tutoriel, nous vous recommandons de brancher un
terminal CIMREX, comme le CIMREX 69 au PC l'aide de notre cble CAB5 ou CAB6.

Installation du logiciel

Le programme dinstallation dmarrera automatiquement linsertion du CD. Dans le cas


contraire, cliquez sur licne Setup dans le rpertoire racine du CD.

Les options suivantes vous seront proposes lcran.


CIMREX PROG
Install CIMREX PROG (Installer CIMREX PROG)
Install Demo version (Installer la version de dmonstration)
Install Transfer version (Installer la version pour les transferts)
CIMREX Tools
Install CIMREX Tools (Installer CIMREX Tools)
Read Manuals (lire les manuels)
CD directory (naviguer dans le CD)
Cliquez sur Install CIMREX PROG et un utilitaire vous guidera travers les tapes de
linstallation.

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Registered office: Malmoe
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Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
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Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
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Ouverture du projet de dmonstration

Les instructions suivantes supposent que le logiciel a t install dans le rpertoire par
dfaut.
Dmarrez CIMREX PROG partir du dossier CIMREX dans le menu DEMARRER.

CIMREX PROG dmarre avec un cran vide, sans projet en cours. Choisissez langage
dans Settings/Menu language.

Ouvrez la dmonstration avec Fichier/Ouvrir [CTRL]+[O] ou cliquez sur licne


Ouvrir.

Le logiciel contient un projet de dmonstration pour chaque terminal disponible.

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Les dmonstrations se trouvent dans C:\Program Files\CIMREX\CIMREX


PROG\Demo (dossier par dfaut).

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Choisissez le projet de dmonstration correspondant votre terminal. Dans ce guide,


nous choisirons Demo_C69.cpa.

Une telle structure de menu est appele gestionnaire de blocs. Le gestionnaire de blocs
montre la disposition des crans dans le projet. Chaque case reprsente un bloc et
contient la disposition et le paramtrage de lcran correspondant.
Double-cliquez sur Main Menu afin de voir le texte de cet cran ainsi que ses objets.

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Lcran apparat et il est dsormais possible de modifier le texte et les objets.

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Transfrer le projet

Le projet doit tre transfr du PC au terminal CIMREX. Branchez le PC quip du


logiciel CIMREX PROG au terminal CIMREX laide du cble CAB5 ou CAB6.

Utilisez le menu Transfert/Paramtres de comm... afin de rgler les paramtres de


communication.

Slectionnez le port de communication o le cable est connect. Dans la plupart des


cas, la vitesse de transmission maximum, 57600, peut tre utilise.
Les autres paramtres devraient tre rgls comme ci-dessus.
Appuyez ensuite sur OK.
Une fois que les rglages sont corrects, il est possible d'envoyer et de recevoir les projets
du terminal.
Choisissez Transfert/Projet ou cliquez sur l'icne de transfert sous les menus.

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Il est possible denvoyer tout ou partie du projet au terminal.

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Chargement et Transfert des Projets

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Vrifiez que les rglages soient comme indiqus ci-dessous et appuyez sur Envoyer.
Lorsque le transfert est termin, appuyez sur Quitter afin de fermer la fentre de transfert.

Vous pouvez maintenant tester le projet de dmonstration sur le terminal.


Si la case Rgler horloge du terminal est slectionne, lheure du terminal sera automatiquement synchronise avec celle du PC.
Si la case Basculement automatique mode terminal RUN/TRANSFER nest pas
slectionne, le terminal devra tre manuellement commut en mode transfert afin de
pouvoir communiquer.

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Veuillez vous reporter au manuel pour une description compltede la fentre de transfert.

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Start-Up
Communication between Siemens SIMATIC S7-300/400
and an operator terminal through PROFIBUS DP

KI00217 2003-06

Function and area of use

The operator terminal can be connected to the controller Siemens SIMATIC S7-300/
400 through PROFIBUS DP.
The controller must contain a PLC program (HMI profile) that handles the communication between the operator terminal and the controller. There are two different
HMI profiles which can be used with Siemens SIMATIC S7-300/400.
HMI_kons
HMI_prof
This document describes HMI_kons, since this profile is used in most cases.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manuals:
Driver manual Simatic S7, PBDP
Siemens SIMATIC S7 manual
This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from
www.beijerelectronics.com. Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for any
feedback on our Start-Up documents.

Technical data of PROFIBUS DP

Technical data of PROFIBUS DP is described in the table below.


Description

Specification

I/O area size

32 - 200 bytes

Baud rate

9.6 kbit/s - 12 Mbit/s

Identity code

1002

Maximum number of nodes without repeater

32

Maximum number of nodes with repeater

96

Maximum cable length and baud rate (with repeater)

3 000 m, 9.6 kbit/s

Maximum cable length and baud rate (without repeater) 200 m, 12 Mbit/s

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
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Connections

The operator terminal is connected through a PROFIBUS DP network to the Siemens


SIMATIC S7. An expansion card for PROFIBUS DP has to be installed in the operator terminal.
SIMATIC S7-300/400

Terminal resistance

PROFIBUS DP network
Operator terminal
with PROFIBUS DP
expansion card

The drawing below describes how the operator terminal is connected to the Siemens
SIMATIC S7 through a standard PROFIBUS DP cable.
Operator terminal
9-pin D-sub male

Siemens SIMATIC S7
9-pin D-sub male

RxD/TxD-P (3)

(3) RxD/TxD-P
(5) DGND

DGND (5)

(8) RxD/TxD-N

RxD/TxD-N (8)
Shield
Protective earth

Protective earth

The PROFIBUS DP network must have terminal resistance in both ends. The PROFIBUS DP expansion card has a built-in terminal resistance which can be activated with
a switch (see section 4.2). Contacts with built-in terminal resistance are also available.
The cable Unitronic-Bus L2/F.I.P is tested and has the following performance:

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Description

Specification

Capacitance

30 nF/km

Impedance

150 ohm (3 - 20 MHz)

Resistance

115 ohm/km

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Installation of the expansion card

Perform the following steps to mount an IFC PBDP expansion card:


1 Switch the terminal power off.
2 Make sure that the ESD protection is good.
3 Remove the cover plate on the rear of the terminal, and the two expansion plates on
the short side. In terminals equipped with two expansion slots, the slots are called
Slot 1 and Slot 2. In terminals with only one expansion slot, it is called Slot 1.
Slot 2
Slot 1

4 Put the jumper J1 on the expansion card in the position SLOT 1 if the expansion
card is mounted in Slot 1, and in position SLOT 2 if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
J1
X1

X2
X1
X2

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5 Mount the expansion cables with the components of the expansion card placed upwards. One of the expansion cables is mounted between X1 on the CPU card and
X1 on the expansion card, and the other cable between X2 on the CPU card and X2
on the expansion card.
6 Fasten the card with the spacers or the screws. Use the screws if the expansion card
is mounted in Slot 1, and the spacers if the card is mounted in Slot 2.
7 Check that the expansion cable is correctly mounted.
8 Mount the cover plates.

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Components on the expansion card


9 0 12

Stn.

3 4

Term.

7 8

LSB

9 0 12

3 4

ON

1
2
3

MSB
7 8

5 6

5 6

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no.

1 Connector for the communication cable.


2 Bus termination. Set to ON for the first and last units in the network. The first unit
in the network often is the master unit in the PLC system.
3 The LEDs on the expansion card have the following functions:
1: ERR, red, indicates configuration or communication error. The LED is red until
the unit is configured, and then indicates time-out.
2: PWR, green, indicates that 5 V DC power id supplied.
3: DIA, green, indicates diagnostic error on the PROFIBUS network, not used by
the terminal.
4 Rotary switches for stating of the station number.
Note:
The station number on the IFC PBDP card must be the same as in the configuration in
section 5. In this case the station number is set to 9.

Configuration in Siemens programming tool

The following section describes how the communication is configured in the programming tool Siemens STEP7.
Start the programming tool Siemens STEP7 and open the PLC project.
Start the Siemens STEP7 Hardware.
To configure the communication in Siemens STEP7 a GSD file is needed. The GSD
file can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Install the GSD file into the GSD directory in Siemens STEP7. This is done by
choosing the menu option Options - Install New *.GSD Files. When the GSD file
is installed the PROFIBUS DP slave is shown in the window Hardware Catalog
under PROFIBUS-DP/Other Field Devices. The PROFIBUS DP slave is now
available for configuration.
Copy the PLC project HMI_kons to the project directory STEP7\S7proj. The PLC
project can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Open the project HMI_kons.

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Transfer the PLC program to the Siemens SIMATIC S7 system.

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Configuration in the programming tool for


the operator terminals

For communication with the SIMATIC S7 controllers via the field bus PROFIBUS
DP the following settings must be made in the programming tool for the operator terminals.

6.1

Driver selection

Choose File/New to create a new project and display the dialog Project Settings. In
an existing project, the dialog is displayed by selecting File/Project Settings.
Click Change under Controller systems to display available drivers. Choose
Brand name, Protocol and Model, and click OK. Click OK once more to confirm
the project settings.

6.2

Communication setup

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Select Setup/Peripherals to make settings for the communication between the


terminal and the controller.

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Right-click on the slot where the PROFIBUS DP expansion card is installed (Slot 1
or Slot 2) and select Properties.

Select the PROFIBUS DP expansion card and click OK.

Right-click on the driver name and select Properties to select data format.

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Note:
To support Multi DB, W#16#FFFF must be entered for db_address in the HMI profile.
To support Single DB and to use another DB number than the predefined, where DBnr = 51 (hex
33), a new DB number must be entered for db_address.
See also separate description of the HMI profile.

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Addressing

The operator terminal can handle the following data types in the controller:
Name

Data type, English

Memory cell

Data type, German


M

Output

Input

Analog value (16)

MW, IW or QW *

MW, EW or AW *

Analog value (32)

MD, ID or QD *

MD, ED or AD *

Data block

DB

DB

* Analog values can consist of bytes that represent memory cells, inputs or outputs.

All data types consist of byte areas. Addressing is always byte-specific, regardless of
wether it is 1, 16, or 32 bits. The addresses are always decimal, 0- 65535.
The project memory determines the maximum length of the data block (DB) in
SIMATIC S7. The operator terminal can access all data blocks in the controller.
Note!
Trying to access an undefined data block in the controller causes the controller to stop.

Addressing of digital signals


For digital signals, the current bit in the byte is stated.
For example: I50.3 means bit 3 in input byte 50.
Addressing,
English

Data type

Example,
English

Addressing,
German

Example,
German

Memory cell

Ixxxx.b

<I3.7>

Exxxx.b

<E3.7>

Input

Qxxxx.b

<Q1.3>

Axxxx.b

<A1.3>

Output

Mxxxx.b

<M5.6>

Mxxxx.b

<M5.6>

Data block (single)

DBno.DBXxxxx.b*

<DB51.DBX23.7> DBno.DBXxxxx.b*

Data block (multi)

DBXxxxx**

<DBX23.7>

DBXxxxx**

<DB51.DBX23.7>
<DBX23.7>

* Multi DB, ** Single DB

xxxx = address (minimum value = 0, maximum value depends on the controller)


b = bit number 0-7, no = data block number (0-255).
Writing bits from the operator terminal to the controller is made in three steps:
1 The entire byte is read from the controller to the terminal.
2 The current bit is set or reset in the terminal.
3 The entire byte from the terminal is written to the controller.

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Note:
During the time it takes for the terminal to make the three steps above, the controller
may not change the other bits in the current byte since they will be overwritten.

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How to address a digital signal in the programming tool for the operator terminals is
shown below.
Choose the object Digital Text.

Write the digital signal that is to be addressed, in the field Digital signal according
to the previous table.

Addressing of analog values


For 16-bit numbers, the suffix W is stated.
For example: MW100 means 2 bytes from memory byte 100-101.
SIMATIC S7, English

SIMATIC S7, German

Data type
Addressing

Example

Addressing

Example

IWxxxx

<IW231>

EWxxxx

<EW231>

QWxxxx

<QW2>

AWxxxx

<AW2>

MWxxxx

<MW101>

MWxxxx

<MW101>

Data block (double)

DBno.DBWadr*

<DB23.DBW49>

DBno.DBWadr*

<DB23.DBW49>

Data block (single)

DBWxxxx**

<DBW49>

DBWxxxx**

<DBW49>

Analog value

* Multi DB, ** Single DB

xxxx = address (minimum value = 0, maximum value depends on the controller)


no = data block number (0-255)
adr = data word within the data base 0-8 kbyte (depending of controller type)

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Note:
When storing ASCII values in 16-bit numbers, the eight most significant bits contain the first ASCII
code, and the eight least significant bits contain the second ASCII code.

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For 32-bit numbers, the suffix D is stated.


For example: MD100 means 4 bytes from memory byte 100-103.
SIMATIC S7,English

SIMATIC S7,German

Data type
Addressing
Analog value

Example

Addressing

Example

IDxxxx

<ID21>

EDxxxx

<ED21>

QDxxxx

<QD34>

ADxxxx

<AD34>

MDyyyy

<MD39>

MDyyyy

<MD39>

Data block (multi)

DBno.DBDadr*

<DB23.DBD54>

DBno.DBDadr*

<DB23.DBD54>

Data block (single)

DBDxxxx**

<DBD54>

DBDxxxx**

<DBD54>

* Multi DB, ** Single DB

xxxx = address (minimum value = 0, maximum value depends on the controller)


no = data block number (0-255)
adr = data word within the database 0-8 kbyte (depending of controller type)
How to address an analog value in the programming tool for the operator terminals is
shown below.
Choose the object Analog Numeric.

Type the analog value that is to be addressed in the field Analog signal according to
the previous table.

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Select Transfer/Comm Settings. Check the communication parameters, and then


download the project to the operator terminal with the cable CAB5.

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Starting the PROFIBUS DP communication

Check that the HMI profile has been downloaded to the controller and that the connection between the operator terminal and the controller is made properly according
to section 4.
Put the controller in RUN mode.
Put the operator terminal in RUN mode.
If everything is working the HMI profile starts to handle the communication between
the operator terminal and the Siemens SIMATIC S7.

Description of the HMI profile

The following section gives a short description of the HMI profile, HMI_kons.

8.1

HMI profile with consistent data

The HMI profile with consistent data is used for Siemens SIMATIC S7-300/400,
which support the data blocks SFC14 and SFC15. For further information about
which controllers support the data blocks, see Siemens documentation.
The conception kons in the profile HMI_kons stands for consistent data, which
means that the whole message is read and written during one program cycle.
HMI_kons uses the data types MW200-MW255 and T99.
The different program parts in the HMI profile (HMI_kons) are described below.
Function block

Description

OB1

Main program. Calls the function block 110 with DB110.

FB110

This block is called by OB1 and handles the HMI profile.

DB51

Data block used in the mode Single DB access for analog signals.

DB110

Data block used by FB110.

SFC14

Data block DPRD_DAT, system block for reading/writing consistent data.

SFC15

Data block DPWR_DAT, system block for reading/writing consistent data.

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FB110 contains the variable DB_Address. If another data block than DB51 is to be used
in the mode Single DB access, this must be defined in the parameter DB_Address. If the
mode Multi DB access is used, the value W#16#FFFF must be specified in the variable.

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Start-Up
Daylight saving for the South Pacific and
Oceania region
1

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Function and area of use

Daylight saving is used to adapt the time in the operator terminal for summer time
adjustment. This document describes settings for the South Pacific and Oceania region.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

How to configure the operator terminal

Open the current project.


Select Setup/Date Time Format.

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Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
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GERMANY
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Daylight saving for the South Pacific and


Oceania region

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The default settings are the correct daylight saving settings for Europe and North-/
Latin America.
Perform the following steps to change to the South Pacific and Oceania region:
Change the Start Hour from 2 to 3.
Change the Start Adjust time from +1 to -1.
Change the End Hour from 3 to 2.
Change the End Adjust time from -1 to +1.

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Click OK.

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Sending e-mail from the operator terminal
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Function and area of use

It is possible to send e-mail from an operator terminal. This document describes how
to configure the ArGoSoft Mail Server.
In addition to the e-mail server an e-mail reader, such as Microsoft Outlook or
Netscape Mail has to be installed in the PC in order to properly demonstrate the operator terminal e-mail functionality. The ArGoSoft Mail Server can be downloaded from
the Internet free of charge.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual of the operator terminals and the programming tool for the operator terminals.
For general information about sending e-mail from the operator terminal and about
hardware and software requirements for the terminal, please see the Start-Up document
Sending e-mail with the operator terminal via modem (via local e-mail server) (KI00109).
This document and other Start-Up documents can be downloaded from
www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Technical description of an e-mail server

1. In general, a server is a computer program that provides services to other computer


programs in the same or other computers.
2. The computer that a server program runs in is also frequently referred to as a server
(although it may contain a number of server and client programs).
3. In the client/server programming model, a server is a program that awaits and fulfils
requests from client programs in the same or other computers. A given application
in a computer may function as a client with requests for services from other programs and a server of requests from other programs.
Specific to the e-mail handling, an e-mail server is the computer program (housed in a
computer) that serves and provides incoming or outgoing mail. An e-mail client is the
sending/receiving program associated with the user.

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Parent company: Sweden


Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Sending e-mail from the operator terminal


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Configuration of IP addresses

When configuring the e-mail server and operator terminal, IP-addresses have to be stated. For conformity we have assigned the IP addresses below to the host (your PC) and
the terminal. These addresses are recognized internationally as the default addresses for
an internal network address, according to Ethernet standards, and will not cause any
type of interference if properly configured. The following entries are the recommended
entries for a demo application. If you configure the PC and the operator terminal with
these IP addresses, it is not necessary to change the terminal demo program.
Host/Computer IP address: 192.168.1.5
Terminal IP address: 192.168.1.1
User Name: adam
Password: adam
Domain name: mycomputer (xxx@mycomputer; in this example adam@mycomputer)

Installation of ArGoSoft Mail Server

Double-click the agsmail.exe icon to start the installation of the program, and follow
the instructions.
When the installation program terminates, the ArGoSoft application can be started
from the start menu.

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Select Tools/Options to configure the e-mail server.

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Select the Local Domains tab, enter mycomputer and click Add. The domain
name for this application is mycomputer.

Then select the Ports tab and enter the values 25, 110, 79 and 80 according to the
picture below.

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Note:
The fields under the remaining tabs; General, Logging and SMTP Authentication, are to
be left blank.

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Setting up a user

Select the User button from the toolbar.

The User Setup window is displayed:

Click the New User icon to display the Add New User configuration form.

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Fill in the name and password information. In this example adam is used both for
user name and password, all in lowercase letter.

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Click OK.
The new user is now added to the User Setup window.

Click Close to close the User Setup window.


The e-mail server and the user are now configured, and the e-mail server is ready to use.

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Restart the ArGoSoft application.

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Start-Up
Mapping DF1-addresses (PLC/SLC) in
ControlLogix
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Function and area of use

The Allen-Bradley DF1 protocol is available for all the operator terminals in the
CIMREX-series. When connecting the operator terminal to the Allen-Bradley
ControlLogix controllers using the protocol DF1 via serial cable, a mapping must be
made in the Allen-Bradley Logix system.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

Technical description

The Allen-Bradley ControlLogix controllers use a tag-based addressing which is not


supported in the DF1 protocol. To be able to communicate using the protocol AllenBradley DF1 via serial cable the Allen-Bradley DF1 addresses must be mapped to the
controller tags in the Allen-Bradley ControlLogix system.
Software used in this Start-Up document
Allen-Bradley RS Logix 5000TM v12.xx

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Registered office: Malmoe
Internet: www.beijerelectronics.com
E-mail: info@beijerelectronics.com
VAT reg no SE556025185101

Beijer Electronics AB (publ)


Box 426
SE-201 24 MALMOE
SWEDEN
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Beijer Electronics Inc.


939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173
USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Beijer Electronics GmbH


Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart
GERMANY
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Mapping DF1-addresses (PLC/SLC) in


ControlLogix
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Setting up the serial port for DF1 communication

The setup of the serial port for DF1 communication is made by opening the Controller
Properties from the Offline/Online menu.
Configure the communication settings under the Serial Port tab according to the
following table.

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Setting

Mode

System

Baud Rate

38400

Data Bits

Parity

None

Stop Bits

Control Line

No Handshake

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ControlLogix

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Set the System Protocol to DF1 Point to Point and the Error Detection to CRC
under the System Protocol tab. Leave the other fields with the default settings.

3.2

Mapping PLC/SLC addresses to controller tags

Map the controller tags to DF1 addresses by selecting Map PLC/SLC Messages from
the Logic menu.
For each file that is referenced to a PLC-5 or SLC command a map entry must be made.
Type the file number of the logical
address in the File Number field,
e.g. 7 for Integer N7.
Type or select the global tag that
supplies or receives data for the
file number, in the Tag Name field.
Multiple files can be mapped to the
same tag.

For PLC 2 Commands, specify the


tag that supplies or receives the data, in the PLC 2 Mapping Tag name
field.

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It is recommended to use an array as the address cross-reference to make an easy transfer


between the SLC addresses and the global controller tags. The file number 0-8 must be
equivalent to the fixed file type in the DF1 protocol (see the help file for more information).

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ControlLogix

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Example
Use a 16-bit signed one-dimensional array for the tag name and reference it to file 7.
Since the array type is 16-bit signed the equivalent file type is N.
If you have an array name of Integer_Array(256), the map would look like this:
File Number = 7

Integer_Array

N7:0 = Integer_Array(0)
N7:1 = Integer_Array(1)
.
N7:254 = Integer_Array(254)
N7:255 = Integer_Array(255)
Example
Using an array of REAL devices instead would give following map:
File Number = 8

ex. Float_Array

F8:0 = Float_Array(0)
F8:1 = Float_Array(1)
.
F8:255 = Float_Array(255)

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When all the desired mapping is finished, the controller project is transferred to the
Allen-Bradley ControlLogix system.

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Start-Up
Converting a CIMREX Project to EXTER
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Function and area of use

CIMREX projects can be converted to EXTER, in order to run the project on the new
hardware, and to take advantage of the new features in Information Designer. Converting a project saves time compared to configuring a new project from scratch, and the
converted project will be ready to use right away.

About this Start-Up document

This Start-Up document should not be considered as a complete manual. It is an aid


to be able to start up a normal application quickly and easily. For further information
we refer to the manual for the operator terminals. This document and other Start-Up
documents can be downloaded from www.beijerelectronics.com.
For further information about new functionality in the EXTER-series, please see the
reference manual for Information Designer (MA00749B).
Please use the address manuals@beijerelectronics.com for feedback on our Start-Up
documents.

3
3.1

Converting the Project


Create a Back-up Copy of the Project

Always create a back-up copy of the project, either by copying the .cpa file and renaming it, or by opening the project in CIMREX PROG, selecting Save As and typing a
new name.
CIMREX PROG and Information Designer can be installed in the same PC without
problems.

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Head Office
Beijer Electronics AB
Box 426
201 24 Malm, Sweden
Telephone +46 40 35 86 00
Telefax +46 40 93 23 01

Subsidiary
Beijer Electronics GmbH
Zettachring 2A
DE-705 67 Stuttgart, Germany
Telephone +49 711 327 599-0
Telefax +49 711 327 599-10

Subsidiary
Beijer Electronics Inc.
939 North Plum Grove Road, Suite F
US-Schaumburg, IL 60173, USA
Telephone +1 847 619 6068
Telefax +1 847 619 6674

Subsidiary
Hitech Electronics Corp.
4th Fl., No. 501-15, Chung-Cheng Rd.
Shin-Tien, Taipei Shien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Telephone: +886-2-2218-3600
Telefax: +886-2-2218-9547

Converting a CIMREX Project to EXTER


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Change to Terminal Version 4.10

If the existing project is of a terminal version older than 4.10, the terminals version has
to be upgraded, since Information Designer only supports the latest terminal system
program version.
Start CIMREX PROG version 4.1x.
Select File/Project Settings.

Click the Change button next to the terminal name, and select version 4.1x.

A Terminal change warning will be displayed.

This warning can be ignored unless you have changed the operator terminal model
(e.g. from CIMREX 90 to CIMREX 91).

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Save the project with a new name.

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Convert to EXTER

Start Information Designer and open the project to be converted.


Right-click on the project in the Project Manager and select Properties.
Click the Change button next to the operator terminal name, and select to change
the model from e.g. CIMREX 90 to EXTER K100.
If there are user-defined system languages in the terminal project, these will be deleted, but can be exported before starting to convert.
A Terminal change warning will be displayed.

This warning can be ignored unless you have changed the operator terminal type
(key/touch model).
The next Terminal change warning will be displayed.

Select if you want to resize the size of the project to match the higher resolution of
the EXTER displays. If changing from e.g. CIMREX 90 to EXTER K100 resizing
is recommended.
If you select to resize the project, a message regarding conversion of texts in the
project will be displayed.

If you select Yes, the texts will be converted to the most similar True Type font
(Courier New). Fonts will be resizable but will have to be adjusted in the project.
If you select No, the texts will look the same as before, and no adjustment is needed.

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The project will be saved automatically when you select Yes to the Save question.

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Items to Check after Conversion

After saving the project, double-click on Peripherals in the Project Manager and
check that the controller properties are correct.

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If grouped objects were used, they will not be resized if you selected Yes to the True
Type font question.

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Key sequences in CIMREX operator terminals

There are various key sequences/functions in the terminal. For a detailed description of the
mentioned key sequences and operation modes in the terminal, see the manual for the terminal.
Following key sequences are available in the CIMREX terminals:
Function Sysload
Self test
Terminal
CIMREX 10
Backspace + F1
+

Secret menu

Prog / Setup

Diagnostic page

Backspace + F3

Backspace +
MAIN

Backspace +
PREV

CIMREX 12

Backspace + F1

Backspace + F3

Backspace +
MAIN

Backspace +
PREV

CIMREX 20

Backspace + F1

Backspace + F5

CIMREX 30

Backspace + F1

CIMREX 60

Backspace + F1

CIMREX 70

Backspace + F1

CIMREX 90

Backspace + F1

Backspace +
MAIN
Backspace + F8 Backspace +
MAIN
Backspace + F16 Backspace +
MAIN
Backspace + F16 Backspace +
MAIN
Backspace + F22 Backspace +
MAIN

Backspace +
LIST
Backspace +
PREV
Backspace +
PREV
Backspace +
PREV
Backspace +
PREV

The CIMREX 5 terminal only has Run-time mode and Transfer mode.
The following key sequences are valid for CIMREX 5:
Key sequence
F1 + F4
F3 + F4
+

Function
Put the terminal in manual transfer mode, Transfer.
Put the terminal in manual transfer mode for an easier
transfer of a new driver.
Activate the "Self test" function.

For the touch terminals CIMREX 41, CIMREX 67, CIMREX 69 and CIMREX 91 you set the
switch on the side of the terminal (on the back of CIMREX 91). The switch has the following
functions:
RUN
mode
0

Sysload
1

Calibrate
Touch
2

Dragging
cross
3

Setup
menu
4

Manual
transfer
5

Secret
menu
6

Self test
8

Clear Clock
RAM
9

Diagnostic
page
Touch key

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To enter the functions "Sysload", "Self test", "Secret menu" and "Calibrate Touch", the keys
must be pressed during power on. In CIMREX 91 you set the switch before power on.

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Downgrading of system program in the CIMREX series operator


terminals

Downgrading of a CIMREX terminal with new hardware


The terminal contains a system program (operative system) that is stored in the terminals
memory before delivery. The system program can be changed, for example, when upgrading to
later versions or downgrading to older versions. Downgrading may be necessary so that the
terminal can be programmed with older versions of programming software.
Transferring the system program to the terminal requires:
A PC
Transfer cable between the PC and the terminal: CAB5.
The PC program System Loader (found as an icon in the CIMREX Tools program group). To install
the program group see the manual for CIMREX Tools. CIMREX Tools can be downloaded free of
charge from the website www.beijerelectronics.com or from the installation CD.
File with the required system program (*.BIN file e.g. C70v402.bin)
The transfer is carried out as follows:
1. Connect the cable between the PC and the terminal.
2. The PC program is started by selecting Program\CIMREX Tools\System Loader in the Start Menu.
No settings need to be made to the terminal.
3. Under Options/Comm Settings you can set the communication port and the transfer speed.
NB!

When downgrading a terminal it is important to ensure that "Overwrite PLC driver" is selected.

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If downloading of a new system program (*.bin file) fails when you click Send in the CIMREX
Tools System Loader, the terminal automatically attempts to set itself in sysload mode. If this
fails, the terminal can also be set manually, please see Key sequences in CIMREX terminals
(PI00073). When the terminal is in sysload mode, it is ready to make a new try at downloading
the system program.

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following information about how the signals are read and how to optimize the readings should be
considered.
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Only signals to objects in the current block are read continuously. Signals to objects in the other
blocks are not read, so the number of blocks will not therefore affect the communication time.
Except for the signals to objects in the current block, the terminal continuously reads the
following signals from the PLC unit:
Display signals
Block printout signals
LED registers
Alarm signals
Remote acknowledgement of alarms and alarm groups
Login signal
Logout signal
Trend registers at the sample points
Bar graph registers if using min/max indicators
New display register
Buzzer register
Backlit signal
Cursor control block
Control block for recipes in the PLC system
Directory index register
Index registers
PLC clock register if the PLC clock is used in the terminal
Alarm list erase signal
No protocol control register
No protocol on signal
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Time channels
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consecutive. If for example 100 signals are defined, these are most quickly read if they are linked
to, for example, M0.0-M11.7. If the signals are spread out (e.g. I0.4, Q30.0, T45.3 etc.) the
updating will be slower.
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Block changes are carried out most efficiently with the block jump function on the function keys,
or with a jump object. "Display signals" in the block header should only be used when the PLC
system is to force the presentation of another block. The New Display register can also be used if
the PLC system is to change the block. This will not affect communication as much as a larger
number of "Display signals".
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If the terminal clock is used, the communication is impeded as the clock register of the PLC
must be read up to the terminal. Downloading the clock to the PLC system also creates an extra
load. The interval between downloads should therefore be as long as possible.

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When the signals are to be transferred between the terminal and the PLC system, all signals are
not transferred simultaneously. Instead they are divided into packages with a number of signals
in each package. To decrease the number of packages to be transferred and speed up the
communication, this has to be taken into consideration. The number of signals in each package
depends on the driver used.
To make the communication as rapid as possible, the number of packages has to be minimized.
Consecutive signals require a minimum of packages, but it may not always be necessary. In such
cases there will be a so-called waste between two signals. The waste is the maximum distance
between two signals where they still can be kept within the same package. The waste depends on
the driver used.

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HMI Adapter CAB11 between Operator


Panel and Siemens S7
CAB11 + CAB5 can be used to connect some operator panels (older) to a Siemens S7 controller.
CAB11 + CAB30 can be used to connect some operator panels (newer) to a Siemens S7 controller.

Product Information EN 0808

For further information about connection to the operator panel, please see the driver help file,
available in the configuration tool for the operator panel after installation of the Siemens S7 HMI
adapter driver.

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Changing the Backlight of CIMREX 90


and CIMREX 91
This document describes how to exchange the backlight of CIMREX 90 and CIMREX 91. For
some hardware version models, only a new backlight is required; for some models the complete
display including backlight has to be replaced. Naturally, there is a higher cost of the complete
display (replacement article) than of the backlight.
Note:
Changing the backlight may only be carried out by qualified personnel.

Equipment
Replacement of backlight include following models
CIMREX 90

CIMREX 91

4441A

4451A

4441B

4451B

4441C

4451C

New backlight cat. no. 32.109.7916


Replacement of display include following models
CIMREX 90

CIMREX 91

3040

3450

3040A

3450A

3040B

3450B

3040C

3450C

3040D

3450D

3040E

4451

3040F
3040G
4441

Replacement article cat. no. 32.109.7972


All models
Phillips screwdriver
Socket wrench (7 mm and 5 mm)

Product Information EN 0711

ESD protection

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Changing the Backlight of CIMREX 90 and CIMREX 91


Procedure

2 screws

All models
1. Make sure you have adequate ESD protection.
2. Turn off the power (100 - 240 V AC or 24 V DC).
3. Remove the large plate on the back of the operator
terminal.

4. Disconnect the flexistrips and the wire to the backlight.

Backlight cable

1 flexistrip
(only in CIMREX 90)

2 flexistrips (only in CIMREX 91)

flexistrip

Note:
First lift the grey part of the contact to disconnect the flexistrip. It can then be disconnected.

grey part

5. Unscrew the three M4 nuts and two M4 screws to


remove the back cover.

Product Information EN 0711

6. Carefully remove the back cover and put it aside. This


eliminates the need to disconnect the cables to the display.

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Changing the Backlight of CIMREX 90 and CIMREX 91


CIMREX 90 of type 4441A C and CIMREX 91 of type 4451A C
7. Disconnect the backlight by sliding it out, to the left.
8. Insert the new backlight.
9. Reassemble the operator terminal.

backlight

Note:
Insert the new backlight in small movments or esle it might get damaged.

Product Information EN 0711

CIMREX 90 of type 3040 G and 4441 and CIMREX 91 of type 3450 D and
4451
7. Replace replacement article cat. no. 32.109.7972 according to drawing no. 1-04449, which
comes along with the replacement package.

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Product Information EN 0711

Changing the Backlight of CIMREX 90 and CIMREX 91