Siemens simatic PCIL43 Specifications

Preface, Contents
1
SIMATIC
Important Information
Welcome to the
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S
2
Rack PC IL 40 S
Setting-up and Operating the
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S
3
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S
Expansions
4
Configuring the
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S
5
Manual
Error Diagnosis
Hardware Information
RAID-Controller
Reinstallation of the Software
6
7
8
9
Appendices
Guidelines for ESD
A
Technical Specifications
B
Retrofit Notes
C
Glossary, Index
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Caution
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Caution
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Notice
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particular part of the documentation.
Qualified Personnel
Repair, maintenance and servicing of device only to be carried out by qualified personnel. Qualified
persons are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, to ground and to tag circuits,
equipment, and systems in accordance with established safety practices and standards.
Correct Usage
Note the following:
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Warning
This device and its components may only be used for the applications described in the catalog or the
technical description, and only in connection with devices or components from other manufacturers which
have been approved or recommended by Siemens.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up, and installed
correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
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Purpose of the Manual
This manual contains all the information you need for commissioning and using the
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S.
It is intended both for programming and testing/debugging personnel who
commission the device itself and connect it with other units (automation systems,
further programming devices) as well as for service and maintenance personnel
who install expansions or carry out fault/error analyses.
Where is this Manual Valid?
This manual is valid for all supplied variations of the SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S
and describes the state of delivery as of May 2003.
Certifications, Standards and Approvals
Certifications
The device fulfils the following guidelines and certifications:
• EU guideline 73/23/EEC on low voltages
• EU guideline 89/336/EEC on electromagnetic compatibility
• Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 60950
• Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to Standard C22.2 No. 950
Standards and Approvals
The device fulfils the requirements for the CE approval.
Further information on the approvals, certificates, and licenses for your device is
provided in Chapter 1.
Incorporation into the Communications Environment
This manual forms part of the supplied CD “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and
Drivers”.
For supplementary instructions on how to handle the software please refer to the
corresponding manuals.
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Structure of the Manual
In Chapters 1 to 4 the manual contains the most important instructions for starting
up and using the Rack PC. Chapters 5 to 9 are reference sections you will only
require in special cases.
Important Information
This chapter provides information about safety instructions, certificates, directives
and approvals.
Introduction
Before using your device for the first time you should read Chapter 2 to obtain
more information about the Rack PC components and their function.
Setting Up and Operation
The basic commissioning steps can be found in Chapter 3. Furthermore, you will
find instructions there on how to work with memory modules for automation
devices and further ports.
Expansion
Chapter 4 describes how to expand your Rack PC (for example, installation of
memory expansions). Please observe the safety instructions.
Configuration
Modifications to the system hardware may make it necessary for you to adapt the
original hardware configuration. You will find notes on how to proceed Chapter 5.
Error/Fault Dignostics
Chapter 6 will tell you how to deal with simple faults that you can diagnose and, in
some cases, eliminate yourself.
Hardware Information
Chapter 7 provides information on the system resources and connecting cables.
RAID Controller
You will find information on RAID Controller in chapter 8.
Reinstallation of the Software
Chapter 9 shows how to proceed in case you have to reinstall software.
ESD Guidelines
The guidelines for handling electrostatic sensitive devices in Chapter A are of
particular importance for service and maintenance engineers who install
expansions or carry out error analysis with the Rack PC.
Technical Specifications
Appendix B lists the valid technical specifications for your device. Detailed
information on how your Rack PC is equipped can also be found in the BIOS Setup
(key F2) under Info (key F1) > System Information.
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Retrofit Notes
Appendix C describes the permissible variants of equipment for Rack PC including
drives and processors and the resulting permissible operating conditions.
Glossary
The glossary explains important terms.
Alphabetical Index
The index will enable you to quickly find passages in the text pertaining to
important keywords.
Conventions
The abbreviation Rack PC oder device is also used within this manual for the
product designation SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S.
Further Support
If you have questions related to the use of the products which are not answered in
this manual, please consult your Siemens representative in your local agency. You
will also find your representatives for repairs and spare parts at
http://www.siemens.com/automation/partner
Training Center
Siemens offers a number of training courses to familiarize you with the SIMATIC
S7 automation system. Please contact your regional training center or our central
training center in D 90327 Nuremberg, Germany for details.
Telephone:
+49 (911) 895-3200.
Internet:
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1
2
3
4
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1.1
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1.2
Certificates, Directives and Declarations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-5
1.3
Certification for the USA, Canada and Autralia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-6
1.4
Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
Welcome to the SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2.1
Front View with Closed Front Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2.2
Front View with Opened Front Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
2.3
Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
2.4
Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hard Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CD ROM Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CD R/RW Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7
2-7
2-7
2-8
2-9
2.6
Backup Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-10
Setting Up and Operating the SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
3.1
Unpacking and Checking the Scope of Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
3.2
Installing the Rack PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-3
3.3
Preparing for Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-6
3.4
Connecting Peripheral Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-8
3.5
Ethernet (LAN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-12
3.6
Connection under Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-12
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S Expansions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
Opening the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening the Housing Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening the device front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Components Visible after Opening the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-6
4-7
4.2
Installing Memory Expansion Submodules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
4.3
Replacing the Backup Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
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4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
Installation of Expansion Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing and Uninstalling the Device for Holding Down the Modules . . .
Installing and Uninstalling an Expansion Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
4-9
4-11
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
Installing and Uninstalling Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing and Uninstalling the drive support module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing and Uninstalling the Hard Disk Drive(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing and Uninstalling the Floppy/CD ROM Drive or
Removeable Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-12
4-12
4-14
4.6
Installing and Uninstalling the Power Supply Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-16
4.7
Installing and Uninstalling the Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-17
4.8
Installing and Uninstalling the Device Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-18
4.9
Processor Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-19
Configuring the SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5.1
BIOS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
Error Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6.1
Problems When Using Modules from Other Manufacturers . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
6.2
The Monitor Remains Dark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
6.3
No Mouse Pointer Appears on the Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
6.4
The Clock Time and/or the Date in your PC Is Incorrect . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-4
6.5
USB Device does not Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-4
6.6
An Error Message Appears on the Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-4
Hardware Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
7.1
Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum Values) . . . . . . . . . .
7-2
7.2
Overview of the Components and Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-3
7.3
System Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4
7.4
7.4.1
7.4.2
7.4.3
7.4.4
Monitoring Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperature Monitoring/Indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Watchdog (WD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fan Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-5
7-5
7-5
7-6
7-6
7.5
Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-6
7.6
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-6
8
RAID Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-2
9
Reinstallation of the Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-1
9.1
Cause / Remedy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-2
9.2
9.2.1
9.2.2
Restoring the Software to Delivery Condition Using the Restore CD . . . .
Setting the Language Selection for Windows 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Language Selection for Windows XP Professional . . . . . . . . .
9-3
9-4
9-4
9.3
Installing Drivers and Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-5
5
6
7
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9.3.2
9.3.3
Installing Drivers under Windows 2000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Raid Controller Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Burner Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-5
9-6
9-6
Guidelines for Handling Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESD) . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-1
A.1
What Does ESD Mean? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-2
A.2
Electrostatic Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-3
A.3
Basic Protective Measures against Discharge of Static Electricity . . . . . .
A-4
B
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B-1
C
Retrofit Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C-1
A
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Glossary-1
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.1
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Safety Instructions
Caution
The safety instructions given on the reverse of the title page of this manual must
be observed. Before expanding your Rack PC refer to Chapter 4 and read the
relevant safety instructions.
This device corresponds to the relevant safety measures according to IEC, EN,
VDE, UL, and CSA. If you have questions about the permissibility of the installation
in the designated environment, please contact our service representative.
Installation
Condensation can occur if the device is transported from a cold environment into
the operating area. The device must be dry prior to startup. You must allow for an
acclimatization time of at least twelve hours.
Please observe the notes on ambient conditions in Appendix B Technical
Specifications and the installation notes in Section 3.2 of this manual when
installing and operating the device. The device is to be installed so that there is no
danger of it falling or of causing damage to itself or others.
Be sure the fan ventilation slots are open so that a sufficient amount of air can be
drawn in to cool the housing interior.
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Power Connection
Install the cables so that no one can step on them or trip over them. When you
connect the device, adhere to the relevant instructions in Chapter 2 of this manual.
Do not connect or disconnect power supply cables and data transmission lines
during thunderstorms.
In emergency situations (for example, damaged housing, damaged operator
elements, a damaged power supply cable, ingress of liquids or foreign particles),
switch off the device. Disconnect the power plug and inform the responsible
service personnel.
The Rack PC must be switched off when you connect or disconnect peripheral
devices (keyboard, mouse, printer, etc.). You can damage the PC if you do not
adhere to these instructions.
Notes for Devices with AC Power Supply
The device is intended for service in grounded electricity supply systems
(TN systems to VDE 0100, part 300, or IEC 364-3).
Service in non-grounded or impedance-grounded supply systems (IT systems) is
not intended.
The power cord should meet the respective local safety requirements.
Check whether the device’s set supply voltage is the same as the local supply
voltage.
This device is equipped with a safety-tested power supply cable. You may connect
this device only to a grounding outlet with a grounding contact.
Make certain that the socket outlet on the device or the grounding contact for the
building wiring system is freely accessible and as near to the device as possible.
The mains switch does not separate the device from the power system. To
establish a complete power separation, you must disconnect the power plug (inlet
connector on the back of the device). This location must be accessible. A central
isolating switch must be present for cabinet mounting.
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Country-Specific Information
For the United States and Canada:
In the United States and Canada USA, a CSA or UL-listed power supply cable
must be used.
The male plug is a 5-15 style.
For operation with 120 V:
Use a UL Listed, CSA Labelles Cord Set, consisting of a min. 18 AWG. Type SVT
or STJ three conductor flexible cord, max. 4.5 m (15 feet) in length and a parallel
blade grounding type attachment plug rated 15 A, min 125 V.
For operation with 240 V:
Use a UL Listed, CSA Labelled Cord Set, consisting od a min. 18 AWG. Type SVT
or SJT three conductor flexible cord, max. 4.5 m (15 feet) in length and a tandem
blade grounding type attachment plug, rated 15 A, 250 V.
For operation with 230 V (outside of USA and Canada)
Use a Cord Set consisting of a min 18 AWG cord and grounding type attachment
plug rated 15 A, 250 V. The cord set should have the approviate safety approvals
for the country in which the equipment will be installed and marked.
Repairs
Only authorized personnel are permitted to repair the Rack PC.
!
Warning
Unauthorized opening and improper repairs on the device can result in significant
danger to the user.
Before you open the device, first switch it off and then disconnect the power plug.
Install only system expansion devices provided for this computer. If you install
other expansion devices, you can damage the system or violate the safety
requirements and regulations for radio interference suppression. Contact your
technical support team or where you purchased your PC to find out which system
expansion devices may safely be installed.
If you install or exchange system expansions and damage your Rack PC, the
warranty becomes void.
The power supply may only be dismantled or exchanged by authorized technical
personnel.
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Battery
There is a battery in this device on the motherboard. Batteries may only be
exchanged by technical personnel.
!
Caution
There is the danger of an explosion, if the battery is not exchanged as directed.
Replace only with the same type or an equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the legal instructions
of your area.
Notes on Inserting and Removing Modules (ESG Guidelines)
Modules containing electrostatically sensitive devices (ESDs) can be identified by
the following label:
Please observe and carefully follow the guidelines mentioned below when handling
modules equipped with electrostatically sensitive devices:
• Always discharge your body before handling modules equipped with ESDs (for
example, by touching a grounded object).
• Devices and tools must be free of static electricity.
• Always pull the power plug and disconnect the battery before connecting or
disconnecting modules (containing ESDs).
• Touch modules fitted with ESDs by their edges only.
• Never touch wiring posts or printed conductors on modules containg ESDs.
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1.2
Certificates, Directives and Declarations
Notes on the CE Symbol
The following applies to the SIMATIC product described in this manual:
EMC Directive
This product fulfils the requirements for the EC directive 89/336/EEC on
“electromagnetic compatibility” and the following fields of application apply
according to this CE symbol:
Field of Application
Requirement For
Emitted Interference
Noise Immunity
Industry
EN 61000-6-4
EN 61000-6-2
Residential and commercial areas and
small businesses
EN 61000-6-3
EN 61000-6-1
The devices meet the norms of the the EN 61000-3-2:1995 (harmonic currents)
and EN 61000-3-3:1995 (voltage fluctuation and flicker).
Low Voltage Directive
The devices complies with the requirements of the EU Directive 73/23/EEC
“Low-Voltage Directive.” Conformance with this standard has been verified
according to EN 60950.
Declaration of Conformity
The EC declarations of conformity and the documentation relating to this are
available to the authorities concerned, according to the above EC directive, from:
Siemens AG
Bereich Automation & Drives
A&D AS RD 4
Postfach 1963
D-92209 Amberg
Tel.: +49 (9621) 80-3283
Fax: +49 (9621) 80-3278
Observing the Setup Guidelines
The setup guidelines and safety instructions given in this electronic manual must
be observed on startup and during operation.
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Connecting Peripherals
The requirements regarding noise immunity (EN 61000-6-2) are met when you
connect a peripheral suitable for an industrial environment. Peripheral devices are
only be connected via shielded cables.
ISO 9001 Certificate
The quality assurance system for the whole product process (development,
production, and marketing) fulfills the requirements of ISO 9001 (corresponds to
EN29001: 1987).
This has been certified by the German society for the certification of quality
management systems (DQS).
EQĆNet certificate no.: 1323Ć01
Software License Agreement
The Rack PC is shipped with the software already installed. Please observe the
relevant license agreements.
1.3
Certification for the USA, Canada and Autralia
Security
One of the following markings on a device is indicative of the corresponding
approval:
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to the UL 60950 Standard (I.T.E)
or to the UL508 (IND.CONT.EQ)
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to the Canadian Standard C22.2 No. 950
(I.T.E) or to the C22.2 No. 142 (IND.CONT.EQ)
C
C
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to Standard UL 60950, Report E11 5352 and to
the Canadian Standard C 22.2 No.950 (I.T.E)
US or to the UL508 and C22.2 No. 142 (IND.CONT.EQ)
UL-Recognition-Mark
Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to standard C22.2. No. 950
(LR 81690) or to C22.2 No. 142 (LR 63533)
NRTL
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Canadian Standard Association (CSA) to the American Standard UL 60950
(LR 81690) or to the UL 508 (LR 63533)
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EMC
USA
Federal Communications Commission
Radio Frequency Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Shielded Cables
Shielded cables must be used with this equipment to maintain compliance with FCC regulations.
Modifications
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Conditions of Operations
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Canada
Canadian Notice
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Australia
This product meets the requirements of the AS/NZS 3548 Norm.
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1.4
Transport
Transporting
Despite the fact that the Rack PC is of rugged design, its internal components are
sensitive to severe vibrations or shock. You must therefore protect the PC from
severe mechanical stress when transporting it.
Use the original packing material if you have to ship the Rack PC from one
location to another.
Caution
Risk of damage!
When transporting the PC in cold weather, when it may be submitted to extreme
variations in temperature, make sure that there is no moisture (condensation) on
or in the PC.
The PC must be allowed to reach room temperature slowly before you switch it on.
If condensation has formed, you should wait approximately 12 hours before
switching on the PC.
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Chapter Overview
Section
Description
Page
2.1
Front View with Closed Front Door
2-2
2.2
Front View with Opened Front Door
2-3
2.3
Side View
2-4
2.4
Rear View
2-5
2.5
Drives
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2.6
Backup Battery
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Front View with Closed Front Door
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1
2
3
Figure 2-1 Front View with Closed Front Door
1
LEDs/Operating modes
The LEDs show the operating mode of the device:
POWER
yellow
green
off
Standby, PC is in Windows standby mode.
Power, PC is in operating mode.
No voltage or the PC has been shut down.
HARDDISK
green
Lights up when hard disk is being accessed
STATUS
flashing
red
CPU temperature critical.
CPU cooling element-fan faulty.
Housing fan faulty.
Power Supply fan fault.
2
Fan Cover
The fan cover has openings for device ventilation. A filter mat and the fans are
located behind this cover. It can only be removed when the front door is open.
Please check the filter mat regularly for dirt and replace it if necessary.
3
Front Door
The Front ports and the drives or harddisks in the removable rack are protected
against dirt and unauthorized access by means of a door. Please keep the front
door closed during normal operation. The Microsoft Windows Product Key is
located on the inside of the front door.
Caution
Only qualified personnel is authorized to open the Rack PC or carry out repairs or
maintenance work.
4
Lock
To prevent unauthorized access you can lock the front door.
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5
1
Figure 2-2
1
4
2
3
Front View with Opened Front Door
USB (optional)
2 connectors for Universal Serial Bus (High Current, high speed USB 2.0). You can
use the USB ports to connect external devices, for example, CD drives, printers,
modems as well as mouse and keyboard. Older operating systems such as
Windows NT do not support this port.
2
Floppy Disk Drive
You can store programs and data on diskettes with the disk drive and load them
from diskettes into the Rack PC.
3
On/OffĆButton
The On/Off button has three functions:
– Switch on PC (1x press briefly).
Do not start the Rack PC, until you have performed all the commissioning
instructions.
– Shutdown the operating system and switch off the PC (1x press briefly).
Does not apply to ACPI operating systems such as Windows NT and DOS,
which are switched off immediately.
– To switch off PC without shutting down the operating system (press longer than
4 seconds).
4, 5, 6
CD ROM Drive (optional)
You can read data from CD ROM, CD RW and Audio/Video in the CD ROM drive.
4, 5, 6
CD R/RW Drive (optional, not represented)
In this drive you can use rewriteable CDs.
4, 5
Dummy Panels (optional)
Depending on the device configuration, the components labelled ‘optional’ are
either built in or the openings are closed with dummy panels.
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Removable Rack (optional, not represented)
Removable racks for EIDE harddisks are available.
Caution
Only qualified personnel is authorized to open the Rack PC or carry out repairs or
maintenance work.
2.3
Side View
1
Figure 2-3
1
Side View
Fastening Points for Telescopic Rails
The Rack PC can be mounted on telescopic rails or on cabinet brackets. It is not
permitted to mount it at the 19” front supports only. When using telescopic rails
restricted technical specifications apply for the drives in the front drive holder. For
more details refer to the Technical Specifications in Appendix C or to the Retrofit
Notes in Appendix C.
The use of the telescopic rails makes it possible to completely pull the Rack PC
out of the cabinet or rack.
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Rear View
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17
16
15
1
2
3
4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14
Figure 2-4 Rear View
1
Power Supply Fan
Here are openings for power supply ventilation.
Caution
The air venting slots for outgoing air must not be obstructed. Otherwise, there is a
risk of overheating.
2
Power Supply
Appliance socket.
3
PS/2 Mouse
PS/2 socket for connecting a PS/2 mouse.
4
PS/2 Keyboard
Connection for a PS/2 keyboard.
5
Serial/COM1
The serial port 1 (V.24) is used to connect serial port devices such as modem,
mouse or printer.
6
Parallel / LPT
The parallel port connection for devices with parallel port (for example, printer)
7
VGA
You can connect an external VGA monitor to this connector.
8
LAN
RJ 45-Ethernet connector. Ethernet is a local network with a bus structure for data
communication with a data transfer rate of 10 or 100 megabit per second (Mbps).
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USB
Connectors for Universal Serial Bus (high current, high speed USB 2.0). You can
use the USB port to connect external devices, for example, CD drives, printers,
modems as well as mouse and keyboard. Older operating systems such as
Windows NT do not support this port.
10
Microphone input
Audio connector for connecting a microphone.
11
Audio output
Audio connector for connecting earphoness.
12
Audio input
Audio connector for connecting a linear audio source.
13Ć14
Expansion Slots
Internal slots for expansion modules. Six PCI slots 14 and an AGP slot 13 are
available.
15
Type Label
You can find the order number and the serial number (S VP) of your device on the
type label, as well as a list of country-specific security certifications.
16
Serial/COM 2 (optional)
The serial port 2 (V.24) is used to connect serial port devices such as modem,
mouse or printer.
17
Dummy Panel
Enables the installation of external ports.
18
Fan openings
Enables you to install a 60-mm fan later.
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Drives
As the Rack PC can be configured freely, the following drives are available depending on your order.
2.5.1
Disk Drive
You can store programs and data on diskettes with the disk drive and load them
from diskettes into the Rack PC. You can use 3.5” diskettes (1.44 Mbyte).
Diskette Types
You can use following diskettes:
Caution
Risk of data loss!
When the green access LED of the disk drive is lit, the ejector may not be
actuated.
2.5.2
Hard Disk Drive
The hard disk drive is used for the storage of large quantities of data. A maximum
of two drives can be installed.
The following installation possibilites are available:
• Supporting plate for two 3.5” harddisk drives
• removable rack in the supporting plate
A drive can be firmly installed in this rack.
Caution
Drives are sensitive to vibrations and shock. Any vibrations occurring during operation
can lead to loss of data or damage to the drive.
If you intend transporting the unit, switch it off, and wait until the drive has come to
rest (about 20 seconds) before you move it.
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2.5.3
CD ROM Drive
Optionally, the CD ROM drive is installed in the drive holder. The CD ROM drive
enables you to read CD-ROM, CD-RW and Audio/video CDs.
Operation
When pressing the open/close button the CD drawer is ejected with a short delay.
Insert the CD in the drawer, writing up. The CD drawer is automatically drawn in
when slightly pushing it or pressing the open/close button.
Emergency Eject
When the device is switched off, the disk can be forced out by using a pin (for
example, an opened up paper clip).
Notice
After the drawer has been closed, the CD is tested and the access LED on the
drive starts to flash:
– If the access LED flashes continually, the CD is faulty but can still be read,
– If the access LED flashes several times and then remains lit, the CD you
have inserted is defective and cannot be read.
– normally the access LED is lit when reading the CD.
Caution
CD ROM drives are sensitive to vibrations and shock. Any vibrations occuring
during operation can lead to damage to the drive or CD.
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CD R/RW Drive
The CD R/RW drive is optionally installed in the drive holder. This drive supports
the following recording processes: Disc at once, Track at once, Session at once,
Packet writing. CD ROMs, CD Rs as well as Audio/Video CDs can be read.
Additional Software
To be attain the full functionality of the CD R/RW drive, additional software (burner
software) is necessary. You can find it on the CD included in the delivery of the
device. To install the software place the CD in the drive and follow the instructions
on the screen.
Caution
Risk of data error when burning a CD R or a CD RW!
Burning operation with CD R/RW is permissible only in undisturbed enviromment,
shock and vibrations are to be avoided.
The quality of recordable CDs vary considerably, data error can therefore not be
completey ruled out when writing a CD, even when no error message is displayed.
Correctly written data can only be guaranteed by an additional comparison with the
source data. To ensure an error-free copying process do a data comparison after
every burning session.
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Backup Battery
A backup battery (3.6 V lithium battery), located on the motherboard, powers the
hardware clock even after the device is switched off. It is located on the
motherboard.
Batteries may only be exchanged by technical personnel. Observe the local
regulations on the disposal of special waste when disposing of dead batteries.
Refer to Section 4.3 for exchanging the backup battery.
!
!
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Caution
There is the danger of an explosion if the battery is not exchanged as directed.
Replace only with the same type or an equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the legal instructions
of your area.
Warning
Risk of severe personal injury or property damage, danger of release of harmful
substances.
There may be a danger of explosion if the battery is not handled properly.
Incorrect disposal of used batteries can cause the release of harmful substances.
Do not throw a new or discharged lithium battery into an open fire, do not solder
onto the cell container. Do not recharge the battery, do not open the battery by
force.
Return used batteries to the manufacturer/recycler or dispose of them according to
local regulations.
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Chapter Overview
Section
Description
Page
3.1
Unpacking and Checking the Scope of Delivery
3-2
3.2
Installing the Rack PC
3-3
3.3
Preparing for Operation
3-6
3.4
Connecting Peripheral Units
3.5
Ethernet (LAN)
3-12
3.6
Connection under Windows
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3.1
Unpacking and Checking the Scope of Delivery
Unpacking the Rack PC
Unpack your Rack PC as follows:
1. Remove the device from the package.
2. Keep the original packing in case you have to transport the unit again sometime
in the future.
3. Please keep the supplied documentation in a safe place. It is required during
the initial start up and is part of the device.
4. Check the packing and its contents for any shipping or transport damage.
5. Check to make sure no components are missing. Also check the accessory
parts, which you can order separately.
6. Please inform your local dealer of any shipping or transport damages and of
outstanding items.
Recording the Serial Number (S VP) and the Ethernet address
7. Enter the serial number and the Ethernet address of your PC in the table of
the Getting Started. You can find the serial number (S VP) on the type label
attached to the rear of the device. The Ethernet address can be found in the
BIOS setup settings (key F2) under Info (key F1) > LAN Address.
The device can precisely be identified with the help of these numbers in case of
repairs or theft.
Enter the Microsoft Windows “Product Key” from the “Certificate of
Authenticity”
8. Enter the Microsoft Windows “Product Key” from the “Certificate of Authenticity”
(COA) in the table of the Getting Started. You will find the “Product Key” on the
inside of the front door. You need the Windows “Product Key” if you want to
reinstall the operating system.
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3.2
Installing the Rack PC
The Rack PC is suitable for vertical and horizontal fitting in consoles, switch boards
and 19” rack systems.
The Rack PC meets the requirements for a fire enclosure to EN60950. It can
therefore be fitted without an additional fire enclosure.
Please note the following points when installing the PC:
• Avoid extreme ambient conditions as far as possible. Protect your PC from
dust, moisture, and heat.
• Keep the PC out of direct sunlight.
• Mount the PC as safely as possible to prevent any danger (for example, by
falling over).
• The clearance near the ventilation slots must be at least 50 mm, so that the PC
is sufficiently ventilated.
• Make certain that the ventilation slots for the housing are not covered.
• The device is meets the protection class IP30 requirements on the front side.
Ensure that opening for the Rack PC is protected against water in an
environment where there is a risk of splashing water.
• Make certain that the sliding door in front of the drives is closed during
operation.
• The Rack PC can be mounted on telescopic rails or on cabinet brackets. It is
not permitted to mount it at the 19” front supports only.
• Use the respective manufacturer’s cabinet or rack slide rails or L-sections.
Contact your cabinet supplier directly regarding cabinet or rack installation.
• The use of the telescopic rails makes it possible to completely pull the Rack PC
out of the cabinet or rack.
!
Warning
If the systems are installed without keeping to the conditions mentioned above, the
approvals pursuant to UL 508 and EN60950 are no longer valid!
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Upwards for
vertical
installation
465.1
18.31
176.5
6.94
101.6
4
483
19.01
Upwards for
vertical
installation
492.54
19.39
449.04
17.68
433.5
17.06
Dimensions:
mm
Inch
Figure 3-1 Dimension Drawings for Installation
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100±T1
3.937±T1
100±T1
3.937±T1
72,6±T2
2.858±T2
33.54±T3
1.32±T3
Dimensions for telescopic
rails by the company Rittal
type 3659
127±T1
5±T1
209.6±T1
8.251±T1
355.6±T1
14±T1
Dimensions for telescopic rails
by the company Schroff type
69000-122
mm
Dimensions:
inch
T1=tolerance of ±
88.5±T2
3.484±T2
100±T1
3.937±T1
0.1 mm
0.004 inch
T2=tolerance of ±
0.3 mm
0.01 inch
T3=tolerance of ±
0.5 mm
0.02 inch
Figure 3-2 Dimensions for using telescopic rails
Technical Specifications of the Telescopic Rails
Load per pair
minimum 30 kg
Pull-out length for complete pull-out
minimum 470 mm
Rail thickness
maximum 9,7 mm
Fixing screws
M5 x 6mm
The fiixing screw of the telescopic rail should not go beyond a maximum of 5 mm
into the housing.
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Preparing for Operation
Connection to the Power Supply Unit
The power supply unit is designed for 120/230/240 V systems. It is not necessary
to adjust the voltage span.
1
Figure 3-3 Connection to the Power Supply Unit
!
Warning
The Rack PC is equipped with a safety-tested mains cable and may only be
connected to a grounded grounding outlet.
Make sure that the socket on the device or the grounding outlet of the building
installation is easily accessible and as near as possible to the device.
The mains plug must be pulled out for complete mains separation. This point must
be easily accessible.
If cable clamps are installed, the connector on the other end of mains cabe must
be easily accessible.
If the PC is installed in a cabinet, there must be a central mains disconnector.
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Connecting and Switching on the Rack PC
Before you connect the Rack PC to the mains, the peripheral units must be
connected.
1. Insert the connector cable of the peripheral units into the corresponding sockets
on the port side of the Rack PC (see Section 3.4.)
2. Connect the device to the mains. You can fix the mains plug with the supplied
cable cable clamp.
3. Press the On/Off button behind the front door. The green Power LED lights up.
The Rack PC is in operation.
Switching off the Rack PC
Press the On/Off button behind the front door. The Power LED changes from
green to off. To completely separate the Rack PC from the mains, you have to
remove the mains plug.
Note
If you are working with Windows, always use Start > Shut down in the task bar
for switching off your Rack PC.
Reset via On/Off button
If you press the On/Off button briefly once the operating system will shut down and
Rack PC IL is switched off.
Notice
With Windows NT the PC switched off immediately since the system cannot be
shut down.
If you press the On/Off button once for more than four seconds, the Rack PC IL
will be switched off, without shutting down the operation system (Reset). Briefly
pressing the On/Off button again will restart the operating system.
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3.4
Connecting Peripheral Units
PS/2 Mouse
Parallel/LPT
PS/2 Keyboard Serial/COM1
VGA
LAN
Audio
USB
Figure 3-4 Ports on the back the devices
Notice
When connecting peripheral units, ensure that the components have industrial
capability according to EN 50082-2.
Connecting the Printer to the Parallel Port
Proceed as follows to connect your printer:
1. Separate the Rack PC from the mains and switch off the printer.
2. Plug the printer cable into the parallel port “Parallel/LPT”.
3. Connect the printer cable to the printer.
4. Screw the connector tight at the interface port.
Caution
Switch the unit off before connecting the parallel printer to the parallel port (the
printer should also be switched off).
Make sure that you use the correct port. If you use the wrong port or wrong
connecting cables, the port may be damaged.
Before plugging in the cables, the electrostatic charge of your body, the unit, and
the cables must be equalized. To do this, touch the mounting plate for the ports on
the left-hand side of the unit. Only use original connecting cables.
Connecting the Printer to the Serial Ports
You can also connect your printer to the Rack PC using the serial port “Serial 1” or
the COM2 (optional). You will find information on how to adapt and set your port
and which connecting cable you require in the description of your printer.
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Connecting the Printer to a USB Port
You can find out how to connect a USB printer in Connecting USB devices.
Connecting Monitors
You connect external multisynchronous monitors using the standard
VGA connector. We recommend that you use a Siemens monitor.
You must switch the Rack PC off before connecting the monitor cable.
Proceed as follows to connect your monitor:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Separate the Rack PC from the mains and switch the monitor off.
Insert the monitor lead in the VGA socket.
Screw down the plug.
Connect the monitor cable to the monitor.
Reconnect the Rack PC to the mains and switch the monitor on.
Caution
If you want to set higher clock frequencies and resolutions, first make sure that the
monitor you are using is suitable for a higher clock frequency and resolution.
If the clock frequency is too high, this can cause damage to the monitor.
Using a Mouse
You can connect a PS/2 mouse as well as a USB mouse to the Rack PC. The
USB port is supported by Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
Connecting a PS/2 Mouse
You can connect an external PS/2 mouse or another external pointing device to an
additional PS/2-compatible mouse connector.
To connect the mouse, proceed as follows:
1. Separate the Rack PC from the mains.
2. Plug the cable of the PS/2 mouse or another external pointing device into the
mouse connector “PS/2 Mouse”.
3. Reconnect the Rack PC to the mains.
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Connecting a Serial Mouse
You can connect a serial mouse to the serial port “Serial/COM1” or COM 2
(optional). To operate a serial mouse, the appropriate mouse driver must be
initialized and assigned parameters. You will find the information you need to do
this in the description for your mouse or in the description for the operating system.
1. Separate the Rack PC from the mains.
2. Plug the serial mouse into the mouse connector labeled “Serial/COM1” or
COM2.
3. Secure the connector with the screws.
4. Reconnect the Rack PC to the mains.
You can find out how to connect a USB mouse in Connecting USB devices.
Connecting a USB Mouse
You can find out how to connect a USB mouse in Connecting USB devices.
Connecting a PS/2 Keyboard
A PS/2 keyboard of your choice can be connected to the Rack PC.
To connect the keyboard, proceed as follows:
1. Separate the Rack PC from the mains.
2. Plug the cable of the PS/2 keyboard into the connector labeled “PS/2
Keyboard”.
3. Reconnect the Rack PC to the mains.
Notice
It is recommended that a keyboard with straight keyboard connector is used, so
that the connector does not obscure adjacent ports.
Connecting a USB Keyboard
You can find out how to connect a USB keyboard in Connecting USB devices.
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Connecting USB Devices
Single as well as several USB devices (mouse, keyboard or printer) can be
connected to a USB port.
• Insert the USB device connector into the USB port.
The device is recognized by the Plug and Play operating system and is then
available.
A USB keyboard can be used to manipulate the BIOS setup.
Note
For repair and maintenance purposes two further USB ports are available at the
front (optional equipment).
Notice
Operating systems which do not support Plug and Play (for example,
Windows NT), generally do not allow the operation of USB devices.
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3.5
Ethernet (LAN)
Networking the Rack PC via the RJ45 Ethernet Port
The RJ45 Ethernet port is a Twisted Pair (TP) port with a data transfer rate of
10/100 Mbps. The onboard port is compatible with the Intel pro/100+ PCI adapter.
The port is Plug and Play capable and is automatically recognized in Windows.
The log settings are carried out in the Windows control panel.
Notice
A class 5 Ethernet cable is required to operate ther 100 Mbps.
3.6
Connection under Windows
Windows supports point-to-point connections via the LPT or COM port. The
required connecting cables are standard, commercially available products. More
information is available in the online Help system under “Connection to Another
Computer”.
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4
What Does This Chapter Contain?
You can enhance the performance of your Rack PC by adding an additional main
memory, drives and expansion modules. This chapter describes how to expand
your Rack PC. Please observe the relevant safety guidelines.
Chapter Overview
Section
Description
Page
4.1
Opening the Unit
4-2
4.2
Installing Memory Expansion Submodules
4-6
4.3
Replacing the Backup Battery
4-7
4.4
Installation of Expansion Cards
4-8
4.5
Installing and Uninstalling Drives
4-12
4.6
Installing and Uninstalling the Power Supply Unit
4-16
4.7
Installing and Uninstalling the Motherboard
4-17
4.8
Installing and Uninstalling the Device Fan
4-18
4.9
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4.1
Opening the Unit
4.1.1
Prerequisites
The device is designed for easy maintenance so that any work that is necessary
can be done quickly and at low cost.
Caution
The electronic components on the printed circuit boards are extremely sensitive to
electrostatic discharge. Certain precautionary measures are therefore necessary
when handling such components. These measures are explained in the guidelines
for handling electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD) in Appendix A.
Limitation of Liability
All technical specifications and licences apply only to expansion functions
approved by Siemens.
No liability can be accepted for impairment of functions caused by the use of
devices and components of other manufacturers.
All the modules and components in the Rack PC are electrostatically sensitive.
Please read the ESD guidelines at the end of this book carefully. The following
symbol warns that electrostatically-sensitive modules are present.
Before Opening the Unit
Note the following rules before opening the unit:
• Before you disconnect the power supply cable, discharge any electrostatic
charge on your body. You can do this by quickly touching the power supply unit.
• Discharge any electrostatic charge from tools that you are using.
• Wear a grounding wrist-strap if you are handling components.
• Leave components and modules in their packing until you are ready to install
them.
• Disconnect the Rack PC from its power supply by pulling out the mains plug
before plugging in or removing any modules.
• Touch components and modules only on their edges. Above all, do not touch
the connecting pins and printed conductors.
• Never operate the Rack PC with the cover open.
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Tools
You can carry out all necessary installation work on the Rack PC with screwdrivers
of the TORX T8, TORX 10 and TORX T15 types.
4.1.2
Opening the Housing Cover
To open the housing cover, proceed as follows:
1. Pull out the power supply connector.
2. If necessary, remove all cable connectors and connecting cables from the
device.
3. If necessary, take the PC out of its support/cabinet.
4. Undo the 3 fixing screws (1) of the housing cover.
5. Lift up the housing cover gently from behind and then pull it out of the guide
groove (2).
6. Then you can remove the housing cover.
1
1
1
2
Figure 4-1 Opening the housing cover
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4.1.3
Opening the device front
For easy access to the motherboard and to the drive ports, the device front has
been designed to allow swivelling.
Proceed as follows to open the device front:
1. Tilt the front door downwards and remove the fan cover.
2. Remove the two screws (1) on the front side.
3. Remove the two screws (2) on the left and right panel.
2
1
2
Figure 4-2 Open the device front
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4. Swivel the device front wide until the latch on the side (3) snaps into place (see
figure 4-3).
3
4
Figure 4-3 Opening the front door
Notice
When closing the device front, you have to lift up the the latch on the side to
release it.
Make sure no cable is clamped when closing the front door.
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4.1.4
Components Visible after Opening the Unit
Components
Once you have removed the housing cover of your unit, following components are
visible:
1
Motherboard
2
Modules slots (6x PCI, 1x AGP)
3
Device for holding down the modules
4
Module groove
5
Fan
6
Drive support module
7
Support plate
8
Hard disks
9
Power supply
1
9
2
3
8
4
7
5
6
Figure 4-4 Rack PC Open
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4.1.5
The Motherboard
The motherboard is the heart of the Rack PC. Here, data is processed and stored,
and interfaces and device I/Os are controlled and managed. You will find a detailed
description of the motherboard in the technical manual D1527.pdf on the CD
supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers”.
4.2
Installing Memory Expansion Submodules
There two slots for the memory module on the motherboard. With these slots, you
can expand the memory of the Rack PC to 2 Gbytes .
You will find detailed description of the memory expansions possibilities in the
technical manual D1527.pdf on the CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation
and Drivers”.
4.3
Replacing the Backup Battery
Battery Power Supply for Real-Time Clock and Configuration
A backup battery powers the the real-time clock even after the Rack PC is
switched off. In addition to the time of day, all the information about the Rack PC
(device configuration) is stored in RAM. If the backup battery fails or is removed,
all these data are lost.
The position of the backup battery on the motherboard and how to replace it is
described in the System Module technical manual D1527.pdf on the CD supplied
“Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers”.
Caution
Risk of damage!
Only replace the lithium battery with an identical battery or with a type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries in keeping with local regulations.
Changing SETUP
If you change the battery or unplug the battery connector you must run the
BIOS-SETUP to reset your programming device configuration data.
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Installation of Expansion Cards
Notes about the Cards
The Rack PC is designed for the use with cards as per the ATX/PCI specification.
The dimensions of the cards may not exceed the stated dimensions. If the height is
exceeded, contact problems, malfunctions and difficulties with the assembly
cannot be excluded. The following illustration shows a card with a full PCI overall
length.
312
106,68
(0.32)
8,19
(4.2)
(12.28)
All measurments in mm
All measurments ( ) in inch
Figure 4-5
Long PCI Card (5 V)
Note about Long PCI Cards
Before long PCI cards can be inserted into the guides of the fan trough, they must
be fitted with a so-called extender (this should form part of the scope of supply of
long PCI boards).
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4.4.1
Installing and Uninstalling the Device for Holding Down the
Modules
The device for holding down the module is inserted in a perforated groove on one
side and screwed tight on the other side. Seven holders are fitted on the device for
holding down the modules and these downholders are fully adjustable to the
module.
Proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2.
Undo the screw (3 ) and remove the device for holding down the modules (1) .
Fit the expansion modules.
Fit the device for holding down the modules and then tighten the screw (3).
Align the down holders (2).
1
3
2
Figure 4-6 Removal/Installation of the Device for Holding Down the Modules
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Aligning the Holding-Down Device
Proceed as follows to install the holding-down device.
1. Remove the binding screw and push the down holder until it is resting firmly on
the module. The module must now be introduced into the notch.
Caution
No pressure may be exerted on the module!
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4.4.2
Installing and Uninstalling an Expansion Module
Proceed as follows:
1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2.
2. Remove all connectors from the expansion module and note the assignment.
3. Remove the device for holding down the modules as described in Section 4.4.1.
4. Undo the screws on the slot plate of the module (1).
5. Pull out the module from the slot (2) and note down this slot.
6. Pull the module out of the slot.
7. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new expansion module.
1
2
Figure 4-7 Removal/Installation of an Expansion Module
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Installing and Uninstalling Drives
4.5.1
Installing and Uninstalling the drive support module
The drive support module consists of the front and side drive support. A CD-ROM,
CD-RW, floppy disk and a removable rack can be installed depending the order.
Caution
Drives are sensitive component and may not be exposed to high shock loads.
When installing and uninstalling the drives, make sure they do not open or
overturn.
1. Open the device as described in Section 4.1.2 and 4.1.3.
2. Undo four screws on the front side (1) of the drive support module.
3. Remove the drive support module from the housing.
1
Figure 4-8 Removing the device support module
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4. Remove the drive supports on the side (3) only when necessary, for example to
fit a drive in the front drive support (1).
5. Undo the six screws (2) to remove the drive support on the side (3).
6. Note down the cable assignment and remove the cables.
7. Proceed in reverse order when installing the drive holder.
2
3
2
1
Figure 4-9 Uninstalling the drive support module
Hard disk drives can be installed in a removable rack.
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4.5.2
Installing and Uninstalling the Hard Disk Drive(s)
Caution
Drives are sensitive components and may not be exposed to high shock loads.
When installing and uninstalling the drives, make sure they do not open or
overturn.
1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2 and 4.1.3.
2. Undo the four screws (1) on the drive you want to uninstall.
3. Remove the drive from the housing.
4. Remove the data and power supply cables.
5. Proceed in reverse order when installing.
1
1
Figure 4-10 Installation of a harddisk drive
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4.5.3
Installing and Uninstalling the Floppy/CD ROM Drive or
Removable Rack
Caution
Drives are sensitive components and may not be exposed to high shock loads.
When installing and uninstalling the drives, make sure they do not open or
overturn.
1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2 and 4.1.3.
2. Undo the accessible data and power supply cables on the device and then
remove the drive support module from the housing as described in section
4.5.1.
3. Remove the drive, if any, on the drive support on the side.
4. Remove the data and power supply cables on the drive.
5. Remove the four screws (1) on the CD drive or floppy disk drive you want to
uninstall (2). You can reach the fixing screws on the right side of the drives via
the opening in the drive support.
6. Proceed in reverse order when installing the new drive.
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2
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!
Installing and Uninstalling the Power Supply Unit
Warning
Only qualified personnel is authorized to exchange the power supply unit.
1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2 and 4.1.3.
2. Remove the data and power supply cables of the drives, the motherboard and
the hard disk drive(s) and note down their assignment.
3. Remove the cable tie which fixes the power supply cables in the housing.
4. Undo the four fixing screws (2) of the power supply mounting plate.
5. Pull the power supply unit out of the housing to the rear.
6. Undo the four screws (1) of the power supply unit on the mounting plate.
7. Proceed in reverse order to fit the new power supply unit.
2
2
1
1
2
2
Figure 4-12 Installing and uninstalling the Power Supply Unit
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4.7
Installing and Uninstalling the Motherboard
1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2.
2. Remove all the modules from the slots (proceed as described in Section 4.4.2).
3. Remove the cable tie which secures the power supply cables in the housing.
4. Remove all cables from the motherboard and note down their assignment.
5. Undo the ten screws on the motherboard.
6. Proceed in reverse order to refit the motherboard.
The motherboard is available as a spare part without processor and memory
modules.
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4.8
Installing and Uninstalling the Device Fan
The Rack PC is ventilated by the front fan, which blows air into the housing
(pressurization).
1. Switch off the device.
2. Open the front door.
3. Remove the fan cover.
4. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2.
5. Remove the fan cover on the motherboard.
6. Remove the four screws (1) used to secure both both the fan and protective
grid.
7. Proceed in reverse order for assembly.
1
Figure 4-13 Installing and uninstalling the Device Fan
Notice
Only a fan of the same type may be fitted!
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Caution
To ensure that the device is adequately cooled, take care that the running direction
of the fan is correct when installing.
Ensure that the arrow on the fan points into the housing from the fan holder.
Only qualified personnel is authorized to change the fan.
4.9
Processor Change
Proceed as follows to exchange the processor:
1. Open the housing as described in Section 4.1.2.
2. Pull out the fan cable plug.
3. You will find a detailed description on how to proceed on the CD supplied “Rack
PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers” in the manual D1527.pdf.
Caution
Operating a processor at a higher frequency than the maximum permissible
frequency may result in destruction of the processor, data loss, or data corruption.
You may only use approved processors on the installed motherboard. Please
consult your local Siemens representative
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The manual ”BIOS Setup” shows you how to call and operate the BIOS setup.
The menus and setting possibilities offered by the BIOS setup are also
described in detail. This manual is on the CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S
Documentation and Drivers”.
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5.1
BIOS Settings
You can set up the system functions and the hardware configurations of your
SIMATIC Rack PC IL 40 S in the BIOS.
Before delivery, the BIOS of the Rack PC is set differing from the standard
BIOS settings as follows:
Register
Option
Settings
Main
Boot Options –> Post Errors:
No Halt On Any Errors
Advanced
Power On/Off –> Power Failure
Always On
Recovery:
Power
System Management –> Fan Control
Enhanced
APM:
Disabled
Power Management Mode:
Disabled
ACPI S3:
Disabled
The manual Bios4-06.pdf on the supplied CD “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation &
Drivers” shows you how to call and operate the BIOS Setup. The manual also
contains detailed descriptions of the menus and setting options offered by the
BIOS Setup.
Notice
Updating BIOS or calling the ”Default settings” function changes the BIOS
settings. Reset the BIOS according to the specifications on the table.
Pay special attention to making the settings in the index Power correctly.
All menu items are disabled by default.
The operating system’s functions ”Save to RAM” (standby) and ”Save to Disk”
(hibernate) are not enabled functions for Rack PC.
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Error Diagnosis
Chapter Overview
This chapter provides you with tips on how to localize and troubleshoot frequently
occurring problems.
• Please look up the meaning of operating system error messages in your
operating system documentation.
Section
Description
Page
6.1
Problems When Using Modules from Other Manufacturers
6-2
6.2
The Monitor Remains Dark
6-3
6.3
No Mouse Pointer Appears on the Screen
6-3
6.4
The Clock Time and/or the Date in your PC Is Incorrect
6-4
6.5
USB Device does not Function
6-4
6.6
An Error Message Appears on the Screen
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6.1
Problems When Using Modules from Other
Manufacturers
Error Display
The PC crashes during power up.
Cause
The following causes are possible:
– Double assignment of I/O addresses
– Double assignment of hardware interrupts and/or DMA channels
– Signal frequencies or signal levels are not met
– Different connector assignments
– ”Reset Configuration” was not carried out.
Remedy
Check your computer configuration:
• If the computer configuration is the same as when your PC was delivered,
please contact your technical support team.
• If the computer configuration has changed, reestablish the configuration you
had when your PC was delivered. Remove any modules from other
manufacturers. Perform a complete restart on your PC.
– If the PC still crashes, you must contact your technical support team.
– If the error no longer occurs, the module you used from another
manufacturer was the cause of the fault. Replace this module with a
Siemens module, or contact the module supplier.
• Force ”Reset Configuration” via BIOS Setup (see Manual “BIOS Setup” on the
CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers”.
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6.2
The Monitor Remains Dark
Cause and Remedy
The following causes are possible:
The monitor has been switched off.
• Switch on the monitor.
The monitor is in “powersave” mode.
• Press any key on the keyboard.
The brightness button has been set to dark.
• Set the screen brightness button to obtain more light. Refer to the operating
instructions for the monitor for more detailed information.
The power supply cable or the screen cable is not connected.
• Switch off the monitor and the system unit.
• Check whether the power supply cable has been connected correctly to the
monitor and to the system unit or to the grounding outlet.
• Check whether the monitor cable has been connected correctly to the system
unit and to the monitor.
• Switch on the monitor and the system unit.
Note
If the monitor screen still remains dark after these checks and measures have
been carried out, please contact your technical support team.
6.3
No Mouse Pointer Appears on the Screen
Cause and Remedy
The mouse pointer may not appear for the following reasons:
The mouse driver is not loaded
• Check whether the mouse driver is correctly installed. Check whether the
mouse pointer is present when you start your user program. Refer to the
manuals for the mouse and user program to obtain detailed information about
the mouse driver.
The mouse is not connected
• Switch off your PC.
• Check whether the mouse cable is connected to the system unit correctly. If
you use an adapter or an extension cord for the mouse cable, also check their
plug-in connections.
• Switch on your PC.
Note
If the mouse pointer still does not appear on the screen after you have performed
these checks and measures, please contact your technical support team.
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6.4
The Clock Time and/or the Date in your PC Is Incorrect
Remedy
Set the clock time and the date in the setup menu.
Press <F2> to call setup when booting the computer.
Note
The battery is dead if the clock time and the date are still incorrect after you switch
off your PC and switch it back on again. In this case, please contact your technical
support team.
6.5
USB Device does not Function
The USB port is not recognized by the operating system. It is only supported by
Windows 2000 and Windows XP at the present time. In addition, the BIOS setup
can be controlled by a USB keyboard.
6.6
An Error Message Appears on the Screen
Error Messages
You will find the error messages output by the system BIOS in the “BIOS Setup”
on the CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers”.
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Hardware Information
Chapter Overview
Section
Description
Page
7.1
Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum Values)
7-2
7.2
Overview of the Components and Ports
7-3
7.3
System Resources
7-4
7.4
Monitoring Functions
7-5
7.5
Ports
7-6
7.6
Power Supply
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Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum
Values)
Basic System
Component
Voltage
+5V
+3.3V
3.4 A
+12V
Motherboard FSC1527 with
Intel Pentium 4 Processor 2.4 GHz /
Intel Celeron Processor 2 GHz
0.9 A
Floppy disk drive
0.25 A
Hard drive EIDE
0.5 A
0.4 A
CD ROM drive
0.9 A
0.8 A
CD RW drive
0.9 A
0.8 A
Raid controller
0.5 A
Front fan
8A
–12V
0.05 A
0.5 A
Single lines of current (max. permissible) 1)
20 A
Total power consumption, permissible
180 W
Power efficency of the power supply
68% (230VAC) / 65% (115VAC)
*1
*2
7-2
5Vaux
18 A
18 A
1A
2A
Depending on the selected device configuration
The total power comsumption of the +3.3V / +5V voltages from 135W has to be monitored
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Overview of the Components and Ports
Component/Port
Chipset
Description
Intel 845GE
Parameters
• CPUs with 533 / 400 MHz PSB,
SDRAM DDR 333/266 unbuffered,
without ECC
BIOS
Update via software
CPU
Pentium 4 / Celeron
(type mPGA478)
• Upgradeable
Memory
DIMM modules
• Data capacity of 64 bits
• 2.5 V
• SDRAM to PC2700/2100
specification
•
•
•
•
•
•
333/266 MHz bus speed *3
2 DIMMs can be used
easy to exchange
variable from 128MB to 2 GB
Graphics
AGP slot
Hard disk *3
Master or slave on primary EIDE port
ATA 33/66/100 mode
CDROM/
CD R/RW *3
Master or slave on secondary EIDE port
Floppy *3
Port for 34-pin ribbon cable
Keyboard
Port for PS2 keyboard
• 1.44 MB
• Standard
Mouse
PS2 mouse port
• Standard
Serial/COM1
Serial/COM2
Serial interfaces for devices such as a
modem, a mouse, a printer
COM2 (optional)
• Standard 9-pin D subminiature (pin)
• Standard
Parallel
LPT, Standard, bidirectional, EPP and
ECP mode
• 25 pin subminiature Cannon
USB
Universal Serial Bus
Ethernet
10BaseT/100Base-TX (Intel Kinnereth,
DA82562ET)
• four high current (500mA) USB ports
• 10/100 Mbps, potentially isolated *1
*1
*2
*3
AGP slot supports 1x/2x/4x modes
Ultra DMA capable
• 48 speed (CD ROM) or
48x24x8 (CD R/RW)
DMA capable
connector
Electrically isolated in a safety extra-low voltage circuit (SELV)
Depending on the CPU type
Depending on the selected device configuration
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7.3
System Resources
All system resources (hardware address, memory configuration, IRQ,
DMA channel) are assigned dynamically by the Windows OS, depending on the
hardware configuration, drivers and connected peripheral devices. You can view
the current configuration of system resources or possible conflicts with the
following operating systems:
Windows NT 4.0
Start > Programs > Administrative Tools (Common) > Windows NT
Diagnostics
Windows 2000/XP
Start > Run : enter msinfo32 in Open field and confirm with OK
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7.4
Monitoring Functions
7.4.1
Overview
Function
The following individual functions are implemented:
• Temperature monitoring and excess/insufficient temperature indication
• Watchdog
• Fan monitoring
Notice
The software “SystemGuard” and “DeskView” may not be installed at the same
time. Since they both access the same interface, a parallel installation or operation
may cause errors.
You will find the description of the drives and the SystemGuard on the CD supplied
“Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers” in “wp_systemguard_en.pdf”.
7.4.2
Temperature Monitoring/Indication
Temperature Monitoring
Temperature errors do not occur during the normal approved use of the device. If a
temperature error occurs, check the following possible causes:
• Are the ventilation slots blocked?
• Is the filter heavily soiled?
• Is the fan working?
• Is the ambient temperature higher than the allowed value?
• Has the total capacity for the power supply been exceeded?
The temperature error remains saved until the temperatures have fallen below the
thresholds and are reset by one of the following measures:
• Acknowledge the error message via the SOM program
• Restarting the device.
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7.4.3
Watchdog (WD)
Function
The watchdog monitors the execution of a program. The purpose of the WD is to
notify the user of a program crash through various reactions.
You will find more information on the CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S
Documentation and Drivers” in “wp_systemguard_en.pdf”.
7.4.4
Fan Monitoring
The operation of the front fan, the process fanand the power supply is monitored.
If a fan fails, the status LED on the front side is activated.
You will find more information on the CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S
Documentation and Drivers” in “wp_systemguard_en.pdf”.
7.5
Ports
The ports and their assignment on the motherboard are described in the
D1527.pdf manual on the CD supplied “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and
Drivers”.
7.6
Power Supply
Output Voltages
Voltage
Max. Current
Voltage Stability
+ 12 V
18 A
"5%
– 12 V
1A
" 10 %
+5V
20 A *
+5 % / – 4 %
+ 3.3 V
18 A *
+5%/–4%
+ 5 V aux
2A
+5%/–3%
* The total power consumption of the +5V and +3.3V voltages may not exceed 135 W.
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RAID Controller
8
Type
A Promise FASTTRAK 100 TX2 RAID Controller built in for EIDE drives.
Structure
The system is configured as RAID 1 (data is distributed on two hard disks). The
hard disks are each operated on an EIDE bus as masters. This way the system
can continue to operate in a bus in the event of cable problems and the rack
attains a high degree of error tolerance.
Operating Instructions
You will find instructions on how to operate the RAID system on the supplied
manual on RAID Controller.
When using removable racks, faulty hard disks can be replaced during operation in
the event of an error. The new disk is synchronized in the background. This can
last a while (up to hours) depending on the size of the hard disks and the system
performance.
The safe system state RAID 1 is reached again only after the successful
completion of synchronization.
Reinstalling the Software
Please follow the instructions on the manual or the electronic manual supplied on
the CD on RAID Controller.
Instructions on Windows NT
For Windows NT you have to select FASTTRAK 100 TX2/TX4 from the
recommended lists.
When reinstalling Windows NT the ATAPI.SYS has to be activated, so that the
CD-ROM / CDRW can be operated.
To do this, change the start type into restart via Control Panel > Devices > ATAPI
> Startup > Boot. You have to restart your computer afterwards.
Instructions on Windows 2000/XP
When reinstalling Windows 2000/XP you have to select FASTTRAK 100 TX2/TX4
from the recommended lists.
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9
What Does This Chapter Contain?
This chapter describes how to reinstall software in case the preinstalled software
should be faulty.
Chapter Overview
Section
Description
Page
9.1
Cause / Remedy
9-2
9.2
Restoring the Software to Delivery Condition Using the
Restore CD
9-3
9.3
Installing Drivers and Software
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Reinstallation of the Software
9.1
Cause / Remedy
In case of software errors reinstall your software using the Rack PC IL 40 S
Documentation and Drivers CD or the Restore CD.
Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and Drivers CD: contains the documentation
and the hardware drivers.
Restore CD: contains an hard disk image file with the original delivery software
(Operating system with installed hardware drivers).
You can boot from the Restore CD by pressing the F12 key during the self-test
phase.
To restore all directories and files that were copied to your hard disk at the first set
up proceed as follows:
• Check whether you can restore your authorization on your hard disk. Refer to
the respective software on how to proceed.
Then proceed as described in Section 9.2.
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9.2
Restoring the Software to Delivery Condition Using the
Restore CD
Using the Restore CD (not available in all delivery versions) you can restore the
software to its original delivery state. The CD contains the necessary images and
tools for transferring the the delivery software to the hard disk of the PC. You can
restore the entire hard disk with drive C: (system) and drive D: or just the
restoration drive C:. User files on drive D: will be retained.
Caution
The option “Restore system partition only” will delete all the data on drive C:
(System). All data, user settings and available authorizations on drive C: will be
lost in the process! Drive C: will be deleted completely on the hard disk,
reformatted and overwritten with the original version of the software.
With the option “Restore entire hard disk”, all data, user settings and available
authorizations on the entire hard disk will be lost.
To restore the delivery state, proceed as follows:
• Insert the Restore CD in the drive, restart the device and press the key F12
during the self-test phase. After initialization, a ”Boot Menu” is displayed.
• Select the ”CD-ROM Drive” using the cursor.
• Now follow the instructions on the screen.
Caution
All the existing data, programs, user settings and authorizations on the drives
will be deleted in the process and will thus be lost.
You will find the description of the functions in the README.TXT file on the
Restore CD.
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9.2.1
Setting the Language Selection for Windows 2000
The Multilanguage User Interface (MUI) allows you to set the Windows 2000
menus and dialogs to another language.
The desired language for Windows 2000 menus and dialogs, as well as the
keyboard layout can be set via the control panel with the dialog Start > Settings >
Control Panel > Regional Options > tab “General” > box “Menus and
dialogs” and in the tab “Inputs”, box “Keyboard layout” .
In addition to the language for menus and dialogs, you can also set via Regional
Options the standard for the region with Set Default.
Your device is set to English menus and dialogs and a US keyboard when
delivered. You can set another language and keyboard via the control panel with
the dialog Start >Settings > Control Panel > Regional Options > tab ”General”,
box ”Menus and dialogs”> tab ”Input locales”, box ”Input language”.
9.2.2
Setting the Language Selection for Windows XP Professional
The Multilanguage User Interface (MUI) allows you to set the Windows XP
Professional menus and dialogs to another language.
Wiindows XP MUI with English menus and dialogs and a US keyboard is installed
on your device when delivered. You can set another language and keyboard via
the control panel with the dialog Start >Control Panel > Date, Time, Language,
and Regional Options > Add other languages tab ”Languages”, box
”Language used in menus and dialogs”.
In addition to the language for menus and dialogs, you also have to set the
standard for non-Unicode programs for Date, Time and Regional Options via
Advanced.
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9.3
Installing Drivers and Software
To install the drivers and software from the “Rack PC IL 40 S Documentation and
Drivers” CD supplied, proceed as follows:
• Place the CD in the CD ROM drive.
• Start the Start programm on the CD.
• Select Drivers & Updates in the index.
• Select the operating system in Drivers & Updates.
Note
When reinstalling Windows 2000, make sure to install the chip set driver prior to
the other drivers.
When reinstalling Windows NT, the Windows NT ServicePack has to be installed
prior to all the other drivers. The ServicePack has to be reinstalled after a driver
installation.
9.3.1
Installing Drivers under Windows 2000
In order to add or change the device driver of any hardware component proceed as
follows:
Procedure
• Click “Start” , point to “Settings”, click “Control Panel” , then double-click
“System” .
• Click the “Device Manager” tab.
• Click on the plus sign next to the hardware type and then double-click on the
selected hardware component.
• Click the “Driver” tab and then click “Update Driver”, then follow the instructions
that appear on your screen.
• The “Driver” tab may not be available for some devices. In this case try to
change the driver by double-clicking on the desired hardware icon in “Control
panel”.
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9.3.2
Installing the Raid Controller Software
Reinstalling the Software
Please follow the instructions on the manual or the electronic manual supplied on
the CD on RAID Controller.
Instructions on Windows NT
For Windows NT you have to select FASTTRAK 100 TX2/TX4 from the
recommended lists.
When reinstalling Windows NT the ATAPI.SYS has to be activated, so that the
CD ROM / CD RW can be operated.
To do this, change the start type into restart via Control Panel > Devices > ATAPI >
Startup > Boot. You have to restart your computer afterwards.
Instructions on Windows 2000/XP
When reinstalling Windows 2000/XP you have to select FASTTRAK 100 TX2/TX4
from the recommended lists.
9.3.3
Installing the Burner Software
You will find instructions on installing and operating the burner software on the
supplied CD ROM for the burner software.
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Guidelines for Handling Electrostatic
Sensitive Devices (ESD)
A
Chapter Overview
Section
Description
Page
A.1
What Does ESD Mean?
A-2
A.2
Electrostatic Charging
A-3
A.3
Basic Protective Measures against Discharge of Static
Electricity
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A.1
What Does ESD Mean?
Definition
All electronic components are equipped with high-integrated modules or
components. Conditioned by their technology, these electronic components are
extremely sensitive to overvoltages and therefore to discharges of static
electricity.
The short term ESD has been adopted for these Electrostatic Sensitive
Devices/modules.
Electrostatic sensitive modules are identified by the following symbol:
!
A-2
Caution
Electrostatic sensitive devices can be destroyed by voltages which are far below
the limit of perception of human beings. These voltages occur when you touch a
component or the electrical connections of a module without being
electrostatically discharged. The damage which arises in a module as a result of
overvoltage cannot usually be detected immediately, but only becomes apparent
after a lengthy operating period.
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A.2
Electrostatic Charging
Charging
Anyone who is not conductively connected to the electrical potential of their
surroundings can be electrostatically charged.
The maximum electrostatic voltage values which an operator can be charged with
when contacting the materials stated in the illustration are shown in Fig. A-1.
These values correspond to the specifications of IEC 801-2.
Voltage in kV
(kV)
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
synthetic material
2
wool
3 antistatic material, for example,
wood or concrete
1
2
3
5 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Figure A-1
rel. humidity in %
Electrostatic Voltages which an Operator Can Be Charged with
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Guidelines for Handling Electrostatic
A.3
Basic Protective Measures against Discharge of Static
Electricity
Ensuring a Good Ground Connection
When handling electrostatic sensitive devices, ensure that your person, the
workplace and packaging are grounded. In this manner you avoid static charge.
Avoid Direct Contact
As a general principle, only touch electrostatic sensitive devices when this is
unavoidable (e.g. during maintenance work). To prevent discharge energy from
reaching and damaging sensitive components, hold the components in such a
way that you do not touch the pins or the printed conductors.
If you have to perform measurements on an assembly, discharge your body by
touching a grounded metallic object before carrying out the work. Use only
grounded measuring instruments.
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B-1
Technical Specifications
General
Order nos.
Dimensions (w x h x d)
Weight
Supply voltage (UN)
Line voltage frequency
Brief voltage interruption acc. to Namur
max. power consumption
max. current output
Noise emission
Enclosure
Safety
Protection class
Safety specifications
See order documentation
430.4x177.4x44.4 (w x h x d in mm)
For more details refer to chapter 3.2
min. 16 kg, max. 23 kg
120 V AC to 240 V AC (90 ... 264 V AC)
50 - 60 Hz
61 ms at 0.85 UN
(max. 10 times per hour; min. recovery time 1 s)
460 W
+3,3V/18A
+5V/20A
(in total 135W)
+12V/18A
–12V/1A
+5Vaux/2A
< 45 dB(A) to DIN 45635
IP 30 front, IP 20 at the rear
Protection class I acc. to IEC 60536
IEC 60950 acc. to DIN VDE 0805, EN 60950, UL 60950,
cULus
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Emitted interference
Noise immunity:
Mains borne disturbance variables on
supply lines
Noise immunity on signal lines
EN 55022 Class B, FCC Class A, EN 61000-3-2 Class D and
EN 61000-3-3
± 2 kV
(to IEC 61000-4-4; Burst)
± 1 kV
(to IEC 61000-4-5; Surge symm)
± 2 kV
± 1 kV
(to IEC 61000-4-5; Surge unsymm)
(to IEC 61000-4-4; Burst; length < 10m)
± 1 kV
(to IEC 61000-4-5; Surge symm; length > 30m)
± 2 kV
Noise immunity to discharges of static
electricity
(to IEC 61000-4-5:1995; Surge unsymm;
length > 30 m)
± 4 kV contact discharge
(to IEC 61000-4-2)
Immunity to RF interference
± 8 kV air discharge
(to IEC 61000-4-2)
10 V/m 80-1000 MHz, 80% AM (to IEC 61000-4-3)
Magnetic field
10 V/m 900 MHz and 1.89 GHz, 50% ED
(to IEC 61000-4-3)
10 V 9KHz- 80MHz
(to IEC 61000-4-6)
30 A/m 50/60Hz
(to IEC 61000-4-8)
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Ambient Conditions
Temperature
tested to DIN EN 60068-2-2:1994,
DIN IEC 60068-2-1,DIN IEC 60068-2-14,
–
operation
+ 5°C to +35°C
+ 5°C to +40°C
–
storage/transport
- 20°C to +60°C
–
gradient
Max. speed of temperature change 10o C/h condensation not
permitted)
tested to DIN IEC 60068-2-2, DIN IEC 60068-2-30,DIN IEC
60068-2-56
Relative humidity
no limitations;
no CD-RW operation,
CPU to 40W power loss
–
–
operation
storage/transport
5% to 80% at 25°C (no condensation)
5% to 95% at 25°C (no condensation)
–
gradient
(Max. speed of temperature change 10o C/h (50o F/h)
condensation not permitted)
Mechanical Specifications
Vibration
–
operation
*1
– storage/transport
Shock
–
operation *2, *3
– storage/transport
Special Features
Quality assurance
Motherboard
Processor
Main memory
2nd Level Cache
Free expansion slots
–
max. permissible current input per
AGP slot
– max. permissible current input per
PCI slot
– max. permissible power loss per
AGP/PCI slot
– max. sum of permissible power loss
(all slots)
Drives
Floppy disk drive
Hard disk drive
CD-ROM, CR-R/RW
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tested to DIN IEC 60068-2-6
20 to 200 Hz: 2 m/s2
9 to 100 Hz: 9.8 m/s2
tested to DIN IEC 60068-2-27, 1000 shocks per axis
9.8 m/s2, 20 ms,
250 m/s2, 6 ms
to ISO 9001
Design mPGA478
– Intel Pentium4 2.4GHz, 533MHz PSB
– Intel Celeron 2.0GHz, 400MHz PSB
2 slots
maximum 2GB DDR333/266-SDRAM (2700/2100)
(memory configuration (see order documentation)
Processor internal
Pentium 4: 512 kByte, Celeron: 128kByte)
6 PCI (max 265 mm long)
1 AGP
Vccio 3.3V 8A or 1.5V 8A; Vcc 3.3V 6A or 5V 2A;
5 V 2 A or 3.3 V 2 A, 12 V 0.3 A, -12 V 0.05 A
In all (all voltages) may not exceed a total of 25 W per slot
90 W total power consumption may not be exceeded
3.5” (1.44 MB)
3.5” EIDE, ATA100, 60 GByte
5,25” EIDE, Speed: 48 (ROM) or 48x24x48 (RW)
(see order documentation for equipment)
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Technical Specifications
Graphics
Graphics controller
Graphics memory
Resolutions/frequencies/colors
DualHead AGP Graphics card
Ports
Serial/COM1
Serial/COM2 (optional)
Parallel/LPT
VGA internal
alternative AGP Dual Head
Keyboard
Mouse
USB
Audio
– Mic in
– Line in
– Line out
Ethernet
Function Indicators (LEDs)
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Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics, 2D/3D Graphics controller
256 bits, 120 Hz max. refresh rate
Dynamic Video memory technology
CRT: up to 800x600 for 120 Hz / 32 bits colors
up to 1280x1024 for 100 Hz / 32 bits colors
up to 2048x1536 for 60 Hz / 16 bits colors
350 MHz RAMDAC
4x AGP, Dual Head Matrox Millennium G450
For details see the Matrox Millennium G450 Module CD
Serial port 1, (FIFO, 16550 compatible), 25 pin subminiature
Cannon connector
Serial port 2, (FIFO, 16550 compatible), 25 pin subminiature
Cannon connector
Parallel port, 25 pin subminiature Cannon connector
(standard, EPP and ECP mode)
Connection for printer with parallel port
1 connection for external monitor, 15 pin subminiature
Cannon connector
2x , 15 pin subminiature Cannon connector
PS/2 keyboard connection
PS/2 mouse connection
4 channels (2 behind, optional 2 in front)
high current, high speed USB 2.0
2x0.5W / 8 Ohm
Ethernet port (RJ45), Controller Intel 82562
POWER
HARDDISK
STATUS
*1 When using a hard disk in a removable rack, the device should generally be free of mechanical
disturbances.
When using a CD-RW drive, the device should generally be free of mechanical disturbances while
burning.
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C
What Does This Chapter Contain?
This chapter describes the permissible variants of equipment for Rack PC IL 40 S
including drives and processors and the resulting permissible operating conditions.
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Retrofit Notes
Permissible Variants of Equipment for the Temperature Range of 5 to 35_C
CD-ROM / CD-R/RW
HD in removable rack
CD-ROM
CD-ROM / CD-R/RW
HD in removable rack
Floppy
Figure C-1 Permissible Variants of Equipment for the Temperature Range of 5 to 35C
Celeron and P4 processors up to 2.4 Ghz can be used. The maximum permissible
power loss of expansion modules is 90W.
In the place of CD-ROM/CD-R/RW, you can install removable racks with hard disk
drives.
Devices equipped with removable racks are not to be exposed to shock in
accordance with DIN IEC 600068-2-29.
Permissible Variants of Equipment for the Temperature Range of 5 to 40_C
CD-ROM
HD in removable rack
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
HD in removable rack
Floppy
Figure C-2 Permissible Variants of Equipment for the Temperature Range of 5 to 40C
Celeron and P4 processors up to 2.4 Ghz can be used. The maximum permissible
power loss of expansion modules is 90W.
In the place of CD-ROM, you can install removable racks with hard disk drives.
Devices equipped with removable racks are not to be exposed to shock in
accordance with DIN IEC 600068-2-29.
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What Does this Chapter Contain?
This chapter contains a glossary in which you will find a list of the terminology used
in conjunction with the SIMATIC range of personal computers and programming
devices and a brief explanation of each of the terms.
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Glossary
A
AC
Alternating Current. Current that changes its direction at regular intervals.
Access Protection
Access to the programs and data of a programming device can be protected by
passwords. The user password or Superuser password can be assigned in the
BIOS Setup.
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface enables the operating system to
supervise the power supply of each device connected to the computer. See also:
Power Management.
APM
Advanced Power Management monitors and conserves power on a PC-based
system, particularly a battery-powered laptop computer, by enabling programs to
communicate their power requirements so that the system can route power away
from unused hardware components.
Application
An application is a program which builds directly on, for example, the
MS-DOS/Windows operating system. Applications on your programming device
are, for example, the STEP 5 Basic package, STEP 7, etc.
ASCII-Editor
With an ASCII editor you can edit text files which are stored in ASCII code.
ATA
Advanced Technology Attachment is the official name for the disk drive interface
standard commonly known as Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE). See also: IDE.
AuthorsW
The authorization can be saved on the aithorization diskette again by the menu
command Start > Simatic > AuthorsW.
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Authorization Diskette
The authorization disk contains the authorization required by the re-installation of a
software.
B
Backup
Duplicate of a program, storage medium or database. Created to backup or to
protect irreplaceable data of working copies as a precaution against corruption or
destruction. Some applications automatically create backup copies, while
managing both the current version as well as the previous version that is stored on
the hard disk drive.
Base Memory
The base memory is a part of the main memory. It is 640 Kbytes for all
programming devices. The size is entered in the SETUP menu under the entry
“System Memory” and is not changed even if the memory is extended.
Battery
In personal computers, batteries are used as an auxiliary source of power when
the main power is shut off, as a power source for laptop and notebook computers
(rechargeable batteries, such as nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride, and lithium
ion, are used), and as a method to keep the internal clock and the circuitry
responsible for the part of RAM that stores important system information always
powered up. Strictly speaking, only batteries that are not rechargeable are
classified as batteries.
BIOS
Acronym for Basic Input/Output System. On PC-compatible computers, the set of
essential software routines that tests hardware at startup, starts the operating
system, and supports the transfer of data among hardware devices.
Boot Diskette
Boot disk that contains a boot sector and an initial loader for the operating system.
Boot
Start or restart of the PG. During the boot sequence the operating system is
transferred from the system drive into the main memory.
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Glossary
Booting
Loading operation which transfers the operating system to the main memory.
Bps
The speed (in bits per second) with which information is transmitted over a data
link.
C
Cache
The cache memory buffers often used data to increase the speed of access. The
computer has two cache levels.
Cardbus interface
This interface is compatible with 32-bit Cardbus Cards with PCI performance
compliant with the PC Card standard.
CD ROM
Compact Disc Read Only Memory. Removable memory for large amounts of data.
Click
Pressing and immediately releasing the left mouse button; selects objects or
triggers commands.
Cold Boot
A startup process that begins with turning on the computer’s power. Typically, a
cold boot involves some basic hardware checking by the system, after which the
operating system is loaded from disk into memory.
COM1 Port
Serial V.24/modem-PLC interface. This interface is suitable for asynchronous data
transmission. It can also be used to connect printers with a serial interface.
COM2 Port
Serial RS-232 interface which can be used to connect a mouse or a printer.
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Configuration Files
These are files containing data which define the configuration after booting.
Examples of such files are CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT and the registry.
Configuration Software
The configuration software updates the device configuration when new modules
are installed. This is done either by copying the configuration files supplied with the
module or by manual configuration using the configuration utility.
Controller
Integrated hardware and software controllers that control the functions of certain
internal or peripheral devices (for example, the keyboard controller).
Cursor
Collective term for mouse pointer and text cursor.
Cursor Control
Keypad on the keyboard for controlling the cursor.
D
DC
Direct Current. Unidirectional electrical current.
DIMM
Dual Inline Memory Module. Memory RAM chips that are installed on the PCB,
similar to the more common SIMM (Single Inline Memory Module) chips. The
DIMM with its 64-bit data bus architecture has connections on both sides which are
connected to different circuits for processing different instructions. SIMMs,
however, have a 32-bit data bus architecture where all lines are connected to the
same circuit for processing the same instructions. DIMMs can be installed in the
computer as single chip, SIMMs, on the contrary, only in pairs.
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Device Configuration
The configuration of a programming device contains information on hardware and
device options, such as memory configuration, drive types, monitor, network
address, etc. The data are stored in a configuration file and enable the operating
system to load the correct device drivers and configure the correct device
parameters.
If changes are made to the hardware configuration, the user can change entries in
the configuration file using the SETUP program.
Disk Drive
The disk drive (floppy disk drive) is used to store programs and data on diskette
(write access) or to load from diskette to the computer (read access).
Diskette
The diskette (floppy disk) is an external data access memory on which all types of
files and programs can be stored. The storage medium is a round magnetic disk in
a plastic cover to protect it from getting scratched.
Display
Flat screen monitor of the PG.
Dormancy
An energy saving power management mode that shuts down the monitor and hard
disk after all data found in the work memory have been saved to the hard disk
(Save to Disk). The device will then be shut down.
Double-Click
Pressing and releasing the left mouse button very quickly twice in succession
without moving the mouse. This action is normally to open an object or program.
Drives
Devices for operating rotary disk media (diskettes, hard disk, CDs).
Drivers
These are programs which are part of the operating system. They adapt user
program data to the specific formats required by I/O devices such as hard disk,
printers, and monitors.
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Drop-Down Menu
In graphics-supported programs, a menu line is positioned on the top edge of the
screen. The menu titles contained in this line can be set either as drop-down or
pull-down menus. Drop-down menus “roll” down as soon as the mouse pointer
passes over a menu title. Pull-down menus only “roll” down when the menu title is
clicked on. Different functions can then be called from these menus by moving the
mouse and clicking on an item in a menu.
DVD
Digital Video Disc. A digital video disc can store greater amounts of data than a
traditional CD. A standard single-layer, single-sided digital video disc can store 4.7
GB of data; a two-layer standard increases the single-sided disc capacity to 8.5
GB. Digital video discs can be double-sided with a maximum storage of 17 GB per
disc. A digital video disc player is needed to read digital video discs; this player is
equipped to read older optical storage technologies.
E
EIDE
Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics. An extension of the IDE standard, EIDE is
a hardware interface standard for disk drive designs that house control circuits in
the drives themselves. It allows for standardized interfaces to the system bus while
providing for advanced features, such as burst data transfer and direct data
access. EIDE accommodates drives as large as 8.4 gigabytes (IDE supports up to
528 megabytes).
Energy Options
With Energy Options, you can reduce energy consumption of your computer while
it always remains to be ready to use. This function can be configured in Windows
via Settings > Control Panel > Energy Options.
Ethernet
Local network (bus structure) for text and data communication with a transfer rate
of 10 Mbaud.
Extended Memory
Memory extensions can be installed in the programming device to increase the
width of the memory.
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F
File
A complete, named collection of information, such as a program, a set of data
used by a program, or a user-created document. A file is the basic unit of storage
that enables a computer to distinguish one set of information from another.
Formatting
Formatting divides the memory area on a magnetic data medium into tracks and
sectors. Formatting deletes all the data on a data medium. Every data medium
must be formatted before it is used for the first time.
Function Keys
Function keys can be divided into two different types; the normal function keys
which are assigned a particular function of the computer (for example, delete key),
and programmable function keys (softkeys).
H
Hard Copy
The output of the complete contents of the screen on a printer is called a hard
copy.
Hard Disk Drive
Hard disk drives (Winchester drives) are a form of magnetic disk memory where
the magnetic disks are permanently built into the drive.
Hibernate
See Dormancy.
HMI
Human Machine Interface
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HTML
Hypertext Markup Language is the markup language used for documents on the
World Wide Web. HTML is an application of SGML (Standard Generalized Markup
Language) that uses tags to mark elements, such as text and graphics, in a
document to indicate how Web browsers should display these elements to the user
and should respond to user actions such as activation of a link by means of a key
press or mouse click.
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol is the protocol used to carry requests from a browser
to a Web server and to transport pages from Web servers back to the requesting
browser.
Hub
In a network, a device joining communication lines at a central location, providing a
common connection to all devices on the network. The term is an analogy to the
hub of a wheel.
Hyperlink
A connection between an element in a hypertext document, such as a word,
phrase, symbol, or image, and a different element in the document, another
document, a file, or a script. The user activates the link by clicking on the linked
element, which is usually underlined or in a color different from the rest of the
document to indicate that the element is linked.
I
IDE
Integrated Device Electronics is a type of disk-drive interface in which the controller
electronics reside on the drive itself, eliminating the need for a separate adapter
card.
Image
This is refers to the image of harddisks partitions saved in a file in order to restore
them when necessary.
Infrarot
Acronym: IR. Having a frequency in the electromagnetic spectrum in the range just
below that of red light. Objects radiate infrared in proportion to their temperature.
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Industrial Ethernet
Bus system based on the Ethernet standard. Components of the SIMATIC S5 and
S7 series (programming devices, programmable logic controllers, programmable
control systems) can be networked using Industrial Ethernet NICs.
Interface module
Module for the connection of peripheral hardware.
Interrupt
When the processor receives an interrupt, it suspends its current operations, saves
the status of its work, and transfers control to a special routine known as an
interrupt handler. This routine processes an instruction set to deal with the
particular situation that caused the interrupt. Interrupts can be generated by
various hardware devices to request service or report problems.
Interface
• An interface is the connection between individual hardware elements such as
PLCs, programming devices, printers, or monitors via physical connections
(cables).
• An interface is also the connection between different programs, to enable them
to work together.
Interface Module
Module which controls and extends the hardware periphery.
IRQ
Acronym for interrupt request. One of a set of possible hardware interrupts,
identified by a number. The number of the IRQ determines which interrupt handler
will be used. In the AT bus, ISA, and EISA, 15 IRQs are available. Each device’s
IRQ is hardwired or set by a jumper or DIP switch.
ISA
Industrial Standard Architecture (bus for expansion modules)
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Keyboard
A keyboard is the collection of keys which are used to input data, text, characters,
letters, numbers, special characters, and control commands in a computer. The
keyboard forms the input interface between the user and the computer.
L
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display. Display type on the base of liquid crystals with a thin film
polarized molecular structure, enclosed between two transparent electrodes.
LED
Light Emitting Diode (for example, status display). Semiconductor diode that
transforms electrical energy into light.
LPT1 Port
The LPT1 port (Centronics port) is a parallel interface that can be used to connect
a printer.
M
Main Memory
Main memory is a RAM memory in the CPU that is accessed by the CPU during
user program processing.
Memory Card
Memory Cards in credit card format. memory for user programs and parameters,
for example, for programmable modules and CPs.
Micro Memory Card
New and very compact card for SIMATIC.
Memory Expansion
See Extended Memory
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Modem
Communications device that enables a computer to send and receive data over a
telephone line. Modulator and demodulator of a signal transmission facility. It
converts the digital pulses from a computer into analog signals (and vice versa).
Module
Modules are boards (printed circuit boards) which can be plugged into a
programmable logic controller or programming device. They are available, for
instance, as central controller modules, interface modules, or as bulk memory
modules.
Monitor
The device on which images generated by the computer’s video adapter are
displayed.
Mother Board
The mother board is the core of the programming device. From here data are
processed and stored, interfaces and device I/Os are controlled and managed.
Mouse
The mouse is a pointing device with which the user inputs coordinates (x,y). By
moving the mouse, the mouse pointer can be moved at will around the screen. By
pressing the left mouse button, the position is marked. The other mouse keys may
have different assignments according to the application. With the mouse, objects
can be selected, menus processed, and functions started.
Mouse Pointer
The mouse pointer is moved across the worktop (screen) by means of the mouse.
The mouse pointer selects, for example, objects which are to be processed.
MS-DOS
The single Microsoft-Disk-Operating-System is one of the standard OS for PCs.
Multimedia
The combination of sound, graphics, animation, and video. In the world of
computers, multimedia is a subset of hypermedia, which combines the
aforementioned elements with hypertext.
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Network
Link between programming devices and programmable controllers by means of
interface modules, physical cables, and the corresponding software to allow data
exchange between the devices.
O
Operating System
Collective term for all functions which, in conjunction with the hardware, control
and monitor execution of the user programs, the distribution of resources among
the individual user programs, and the maintenance of the operating mode (for
example, Windows 98, MS-DOS).
P
Parallel Interface
Information is transmitted byte for byte via a parallel interface (port). This means
that the transmission rate is very fast. The programming devices have one parallel
interface (LPT1).
Password
Unique sequence of characters that is entered for user identification. See Access
Protection.
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PC
Personal computer
PC Card
Trademark of the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association
(PCMCIA). Designation for auxiliary cards that conform with PCMCIA
specifications. The PC Card that has roughly the size of a credit card can be
plugged into a PCMCIA slot. Version 1 specifies cards of Type I with a thickness of
3.3 millimeters, which is conceived mainly for use as external memory. Version 2 of
the PCMCIA specification also defines a card Type II with thickness of 5 mm and a
card of the Type III with a thickness of 10.5 mm. Type II cards can realize devices
such as modems, fax and network interface cards. Type III cards are equipped
with devices that require more space, for example wireless communication
modules or rotary storage media (hard disk drives, for example).
PCI
Peripheral Component Interconnect (high-speed I/O expansion bus)
PCMCIA
(Personal Computer Memory Card International Association). Association of about
450 computer companies with the aim of setting worldwide standards for
miniaturizing PC expansion cards and making their use more flexible, offering the
market a basis for development. Cooperates with JEIDA. See Cardbus interface.
PG
Compact programming device especially for industrial applications. The PG is fully
equipped for programming SIMATIC PLCs.
Pixel
Pix Element (picture point). The pixel represents the smallest element that can be
reproduced on-screen or on a printer.
PIC
SIMATIC S5 programmable logic controller
Plug and Play
Generally, a reference to the ability of a computer to automatically configure the
system for communication with peripheral devices (for example monitors, modems
or printers). The user can plug in a peripheral and ”play” it at once without
manually configuring the system. The Plug and Play PC requires both a BIOS that
supports Plug and Play and a corresponding expansion card.
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Power Button
The device can be switched on or off with the power button.
Power Management
The Power Management of a modern PC can regulate the consumption of energy
of the most important components of the computer (e.g. monitor, hard disk and
CPU) individually, while the current active operations will not be affected. This
function is particularly important for portable computers.
PROFIBUS
Bus system based on the PROFIBUS standard. Components of the SIMATIC S5
and S7 series (programming devices, programmable logic controllers,
programmable control systems, distributed I/Os) can be networked using
PROFIBUS.
Programmable Logic Controller System
The programmable logic controllers (PLC) of the SIMATIC S5 system consist of
one or more CPUs and various I/O modules. The PLCs of the SIMATIC S7 system
(for example, S7-200, S7-300, S7-400) consist of one or more CPUs and various
I/O modules.
Programmable Controller (AS)
This programmable controller (PLC) consists of the central unit, a CPU and of
diverse I/O modules.
Pull-Down Menu
See Drop-Down Menu
R
RAID
Redundant Array of Independent Disks. A method of saving data, by which the
data with error correction codes (e. g. parity bits) are saved on at least two
different hard disk drives in order to increase performance and error tolerance. The
hard disk array is controlled by management programs and a hard disk controller
to correct errors. RAID is mostly used on network servers.
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RAM
RAM (Random Access Memory) is a volatile read/write memory in which every
memory location can be addressed individually and its contents changed. RAM is
used to store data and programs.
Rechargeable Battery
Reachargeable battery is used as a power source for laptop and notebook
computers independent of external power supply. It also prevents the loss of data
as a result of power failure.
Recovery CD
Contains the DOS tools for setting up harddisks and the Windows operating
system.
Restart
Warm start of a computer in operate state without switching off the power supply
(Ctrl + Alt + Del).
Restore CD
The Restore CD restores your system partition or your entire harddisk to the
delivery state in the event of an error. The CD contains the image files required for
this procedure and you can boot from the CD. In addition, you can create a Start
diskette, which enables you to perform the restoration via networks.
ROM
ROM (Read Only Memory) is a non-volatile memory in which every memory
location can be addressed individually. They contain factory set programs and data
that are not lost in the event of a power failure.
RS-232 Interface
The RS-232 interface is a standardized interface for data transmission. Printers,
modems and other hardware modules can be connected to a RS-232 interface.
RTC
Real Time Clock
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SCSI Interface
Small Computer System Interface. Interface for connecting SCSI devices (hard
disk drives, CD-ROM drives).
Serial Interface
Data is transmitted one bit at a time via a serial interface (port); serial interfaces
are therefore slower than parallel interfaces.
SETUP
A program in which information about the device configuration (that is, the
configuration of the hardware on the programming device) is defined. The device
configuration of the programming device is preset with defaults. Changes must
therefore be entered in the SETUP if a memory extension, new modules, or a new
drive are added to the hardware configuration.
SIMATIC S5 Memory Submodules
Memory submodules for SIMATIC S5 which are programmed with the PG and can
be plugged into an S5 programmable logic controller.
SIMATIC Memory Cards
Memory submodules in credit-card format for SIMATIC S5 and SIMATIC S7 which
are programmed with the PG and can be plugged into an S5 or S7 programmable
logic controller.
Software
The collective term for all programs which are used on a computer. The operating
system and the user programs are part of the concept “software”.
Standby
Power saving status: for example, hard disk drive or display turned off.
Startup Disk
The bootstrap instructions coded into a computer’s ROM (read-only memory) and
executed at startup. The startup ROM routines enable a computer to check itself
and its devices (such as the keyboard and disk drives), prepare itself for operation,
and run a short program to load an operating-system loader program.
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STEP 7
Programming software for the creation of user programs for SIMATIC S7 control.
STN Display
Super Twist Nematic passive display
Suspend to Disk
Transition to power-off status, with prior saving of the system contents to the hard
disk drive.
Suspend to RAM
Transition to power-saving status, with prior saving of the system contents to the
RAM.
SVGA
Super Video Graphics Array is a video standard established by the Video
Electronics Standards Association (VESA) in 1989 to provide high-resolution color
display on IBM-compatible computers.
System Guard
Is a monitoring function of the motherboard (Termal Management Controller). It
indicates the monitor, fan speed and temperatures.
T
Text Cursor
The cursor shows where text may be entered, for example, in text editors and in
dialog windows. In many applications the position of the cursor can be changed by
moving and clicking with the mouse pointer.
TFT
Thin-Film-Transistor. Technology for liquid crystal displays (LCD). The display
consists of a large grid of LCD cells. Each one of the pixels represents a single
cell. The electrical field in the cells is supported by thin film transistors.
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Touchpad
The Touchpad is used in many programs (with mouse control) as an input device
for cursor control and menu operation. The Touchpad works with touch-sensitive
sensors. The cursor can be moved over the screen with the touch of a finger.
Touchscreen
The Touchscreen is a computer monitor developed and modified to recognize a
touch on the screen surface. The user can move the cursor or select an option by
touching the screen.
U
URL
Uniform Resource Locator is an address for a resource on the Internet. URLs are
used by Web browsers to locate Internet resources. A URL specifies the protocol
to be used in accessing the resource (such as http: for a World Wide Web page or
ftp: for an FTP site), the name of the server on which the resource resides (such
as //www.whitehouse.gov), and, optionally, the path to a resource (such as an
HTML document or a file on that server).
USB
Acronym for universal serial bus. A serial bus with a data transfer rate of
12 megabits per second (Mbps) for connecting peripherals to a microcomputer.
USB can connect up to 127 peripherals, such as external CD-ROM drives,
printers, modems, mice, and keyboards, to the system through a single,
general-purpose port. This is accomplished by daisy chaining peripherals together.
USB is designed to support the ability to automatically add and configure new
devices and the ability to add such devices without having to shut down and restart
the system (hot plugging).
User Interface
The software-controlled menus and screens on the monitor through which the user
communicates with the program.
User program
Contains all instructions, declarations and signal processing data that can be used
for system or a process control. It is assigned to a programmable module (for
example, CPU, FM) and can be split into smaller blocks (modules).
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VGA
Video Graphics Array. Industrial standard graphics adapter for use with any
commonly used software.
Video Adapter
Also known as Video Controller, this electronic component generates the video
signal sent through a cable to a video display. The video adapter is usually located
on the computer’s main system board or on an expansion board, but it is
sometimes built into the terminal.
W
Warm Start
Restart of a computer in operate state without switching off the power supply (Ctrl
+ Alt + Del).
WAV
A file format in which Windows stores sounds as waveforms. Such files have the
extension .wav.
Windows
Windows is a multitasking graphical user interface environment that runs on
MS-DOS-based computers (Windows 3x and Windows for Workgroups), and as a
self-contained operating system for desktop computers (Windows 9x),
workstations, (Windows NT Workstation, Windows 2000 Professional ), and
network servers (Windows NT Server, Windows NT Enterprise Edition, Windows
2000 Server, and Windows 2000 Advanced Server). Windows provides a standard
graphical interface based on drop-down menus, windowed regions on the screen,
and a pointing device such as a mouse.
WWW
World Wide Web is the total set of interlinked hypertext documents residing on
HTTP servers all around the world. Documents on the World Wide Web, called
pages or Web pages, are written in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), identified
by URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) that specify the particular machine and
pathname by which a file can be accessed, and transmitted from server to end
user under HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol).
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Working Memory
The memory in which a program is stored which can be processed. Also known as
main memory.
Write Protection
Write protection for files or diskettes
• Write protection for files; this type of write protection is stored in the computer
and is allocated by the system manager.
• Floppy disk write protection; for 3 1/2 in. diskettes by opening the write
protection hole.
W2k
Another name for Windows 2000.
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D
AC Power Supply, technical specifications, 7-6
Acclimatization time, 1-1
Additional Software, 2-9
Ambient conditions, 1-1
Approvals, iii
Audio input, 2-6
Audio output, 2-6
Device fan, installing and uninstalling, 4-18
Device for holding down the modules, 4-6
installing and uninstalling, 4-9
Drive holder, 2-8, 2-9
Drive support module, 4-6, 4-12
Drives, 2-7
Dummy Panel, 2-3, 2-6
B
E
Backup battery, 2-10, 4-7
Battery, safety instructions, 1-4
BIOS, 7-3
error message, 6-4
BIOS Settings, 5-2
BIOS setup, 5-1
Burner Software, 9-6
Electrostatic sensitive devices, A-2
Error Diagnosis, 6-1
Error Messages, 6-4
ESD Guidelines, 1-4, A-1
Ethernet, 7-3
Ethernet address, 3-2
Ethernet connector, 2-5
Expansion card, installing and uninstalling,
4-11
Expansion cards, maximum dimensions, 4-8
Expansion Slots, 2-6
C
CD ROM Drive, 2-3, 2-8
CD RW Drive, 2-3, 2-9
Certifications, iii
Chipset, 7-3
Clock time, setting, 6-4
COM 1 (TTY) port, 2-5, 2-6
Components, current requirement, 7-2
Connecting
a mouse, 3-9
a PS/2 keyboard, 3-10
Power Supply Unit, 3-6
the monitor, 3-9
the PC, 3-7
the printer, 3-8
under Windows, 3-12
USB keyboard, 3-10
USB mouse, 3-10
Controller Software, 9-6
CPU, 7-3
Current requirement, components, 7-2
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Fan, 2-5, 4-6
Fan Cover, 2-2
Fan Monitoring, 7-6
Floppy Disk Drive, 2-3
installing and uninstalling, 4-15
Front door, 2-2
Front view, 2-2, 2-3
G
Graphics, 7-3
H
Hard disk drive, 2-7
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Hardware Information, 7-1
Operation conditions, C-1
Operating modes, 2-2
I
Installation, Dimension drawings, 3-4, 3-5
Installing
Burner Software, 9-6
Controller Software, 9-6
Drivers and Software, 9-5
Installing and uninstalling
device fan, 4-18
Drives, 4-12
expansion card, 4-11
floppy disk drive, 4-15
motherboard, 4-17
power supply unit, 4-16
the device for holding down the modules,
4-9
the Hard Disk Drive, 4-14
Installing Drivers, under Windows 2000, 9-5
K
P
Port, RJ45 Ethernet, 3-12
Ports, 2-5, 7-6
Power Supply Unit
installing and uninstalling, 4-16
safety instructions, 1-2
Power supply unit, 4-6
Processor change, 4-19
R
RAID Controller, 8-2
Rear view, 2-5
Removable Rack, 2-4
Repairs, safety instructions, 1-3
Restoring, the Software, 9-3
Retrofit notes, C-1
RJ45 Ethernet port, 3-12
Keyboard, 2-5, 7-3
S
L
LAN, 2-5
LEDs, 2-2
Lock, 2-2
LPT1 port, 2-5
M
Memory, 7-3
Microphone input, 2-6
Module groove, 4-6
Modules slots, 4-6
Monitor, dark, 6-3
Monitoring functions, 7-5
Motherboard, 4-6, 4-7
installing and uninstalling, 4-17
Mouse, 2-5, 7-3
Safety instructions
battery, 1-4
power supply, 1-2
repairs, 1-3
ventilation, 1-1
Screen, no mouse pointer, 6-3
Serial Number, 3-2
Setting the Language Selection
for Windows 2000, 9-4
for Windows XP Professional, 9-4
Side view, 2-4
Standards, iii
Support plate, 4-6
Switching off the PC, 3-7
Switching on the PC, 3-7
System Resources, 7-4
Systemguard, 7-6
T
O
On/Off button, 2-3
Opening the housing, 4-3
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Technical Specifications, B-1
Telescopic rails, 2-4
Temperature Monitoring, 7-5
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Transport, 1-8
Type Label, 2-6
U
Unpacking, 3-2
USB, 7-3
USB connection, 3-11
USB port, 2-3, 2-6
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Variants of equipment, C-1
Ventilation, safety instructions, 1-1
VGA port, 2-5
W
Watchdog, 7-6
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