Preface, Contents
SIMATIC HMI
SIMATIC Panel PC 670
Computing Unit
Equipment Manual
Product Overview
1
Commissioning
2
Setting Up and Operating the
Computing Unit
3
Computing Unit Expansions
4
Configuring the Computing Unit
5
Hardware Information
6
Remote Mount form factor
7
A
Appendices
C
Glossary, Index
This manual is part of the documentation
package with the order number:
6AV7691-0AA00-1AB0
Edition 12/01
Safety Guidelines
This manual contains notices which you should observe to ensure your own personal safety, as well as to
protect the product and connected equipment. These notices are highlighted in the manual by a warning
triangle and are marked as follows according to the level of danger:
!
!
!
Danger
indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Warning
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Caution
used with the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
Caution
used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in property damage.
Notice
indicates a potential situation which, if not avoided, may result in an undesirable result or state.
Note
is an important piece of information about the product, the handling of the product or the respective part of
the documentation which should be noted in particular.
Qualified Personnel
Equipment may be commissioned and operated only by qualified personnel. Qualified personnel within
the meaning of the safety notices in this manual are persons who are authorized to commission, ground
and identify equipment, systems and circuits in accordance with safety engineering standards.
Correct Usage
Note the following:
!
Warning
The equipment may be used only for the applications stipulated in the catalog and in the technical description and only in conjunction with other equipment and components recommended or approved by Siemens.
Startup must not take place until it is established that the machine, which is to accommodate this component, is in conformity with the guideline 98/37/EEC.
Faultless and safe operation of the product presupposes proper transportation, proper storage, erection
and installation as well as careful operation and maintenance.
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Trademarks
You will find the registered trademarks of Siemens AG in the preface. Some of the other designations used in these documents are also registered trademarks; the owner’s rights may be violated if
they are used be third parties for their own purposes.
Impressum
Editor:
Publisher:
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Copyright Siemens AG 2000 All rights reserved
Disclaimer of Liability
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permitted without express written authority. Offenders will be liable for
damages. All rights, including rights created by patent grant or registration of
an utility model or design, are reserved.
We have checked the contents of this manual for agreement with the hardware and software described. Since deviations cannot be precluded entirely,
we cannot guarantee full agreement. However, the data in this manual are
reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections included in subsequent
editions. Suggestions for improvement are welcomed.
Siemens AG
Automation & Drives
SIMATIC Human Machine Interface
E Siemens AG 2000
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Postfach 4848,
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SIMATIC
PC 670 Computing Unit Equipment ManualTechnical data subject to change.
Edition 12/01
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Order No. 6AV7691–0AA00–0AB0
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About this manual
The SIMATIC Panel PC 670 equipment manual is part of the SIMATIC HMI
documentation and consists of two parts: control unit and computing unit. It
provides information for operators, mechanics, project engineers and maintenance
personnel about the computing unit’s installation, functionality, operation and
technical structure.
Where to find what
The Operating Unit equipment manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter
1
Content
Overview of the computing unit’s performance features
2-3
Commissioning, setting up and operating the computing unit
4-5
Upgrading and configuring the computing unit
6
Hardware information relating to the computing unit
7
Remote mount form factor
Appendix S Fault diagnosis
S Technical Data
S ESD Guidelines
Glossary
Index
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Notation
The following conventions are used in this manual:
Motor off
Text that is displayed on the operating unit is printed in
Courier type face.
Variable
Symbolic names that stand for variable quantities that
appear on the screen are printed in Courier italic type face.
Screens
Selectable functions are printed in standard italic type
face.
ESC
Names of keys and buttons are shown in a different type
face.
History
Release
Comments
03/00
Initial release of the SIMATIC Panel PC 670 – Computing Unit
equipment manual.
12/01
Extension to include ”Remote mount form factor” option of the
SIMATIC Panel PC 670 – Computing Unit equipment manual.
Trademarks
The following designations are registered trademarks of Siemens AG:
S
SIMATICR
S
SIMATIC HMIR
S
HMIR
S
ProToolR
S
ProTool/LiteR
S
ProTool/ProR
S
SIMATIC Multi PanelR
S
SIMATIC Multifunctional PlatformR
S
MP 270R
S
ProAgentR
Other Sources of Assistance
In the event of technical queries, please get into touch with your point of contact at
the Siemens agency or branch which takes care of your affairs.
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Automation and Drives, Service & Support
Der Service & Support von A&D ist weltweit jederzeit erreichbar.
The languages of the SIMATIC Hotlines are generally German and English, in
addition, French, Italian and Spanish are spoken on the authorization hotline.
Nürnberg
Johnson City
Singapur
Service & Support
Technical Support
Europe and Africa (Nurernberg)
Authorization–Hotline
Europe and Africa (Nuremberg)
Mon.– Fri. 7:00 to 17:00 (Local time, GMT +1)
Phone: +49 – (0) 180 – 5050 – 222
Fax:
+49 – (0) 180 – 5050 – 223
E–Mail: techsupport@ad.siemens.de
Mon. – Fri. 7:00 to 17:00 (Local time, GMT +1)
Phone: +49 – (0) 911 – 895 – 7200
Fax:
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E–Mail: authorization@nbgm.siemens.de
America (Johnson City)
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 to 19:00 (Local time, GMT –5)
Phone: +1 – (0) 423 – 262 – 2522
Fax:
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E–Mail: simatic.hotline@sea.siemens.com
Asia and Australia (Singapur)
Mon. – Fri. 8:30 to 17:30 (Local time, GMT +8)
Phone: +65 – (0) 740 – 7000
Fax:
+65 – (0) 740 – 7001
E–Mail: simatic.hotline@sae.siemens.com.sg
SIMATIC Premium–Hotline
Worldwide (Nuremberg)
on weekdays
0:00 to 24:00 (Local time, GMT +1)
Phone: +49 – (0) 911 – 895 – 7777
Fax:
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Training Center
To help you become familiar with SIMATIC S7 programmable controllers, we offer
training courses. Please contact your regional training center or the central training
center in D 90327 Nuremberg.
Phone:
+49 (0) 911–895–3154
Infoline:
Tel. +49 (0) 1805 23 56 11
Fax. +49 (0) 1805 23 56 12
Internet:
http://www.sitrain.com
E–Mail:
AD–Training@nbgm.siemens.de
For information on high–availability SIMATIC S7 automation systems, the H/F
Competence Center in Nuremberg offers a special workshop. The H/F
Competence Center will also support you during configuring, start–up and in case
of any problems occurring at site.
Phone:
Fax:
+49 – (0) 911 – 895 – 4759
+49 – (0) 911 – 895 – 5193
E–Mail:
hf–cc@nbgm.siemens.de
CoC–SI@nbgm.siemens.de
Technical Support Online Services
SIMATIC Customer Support provides you with a wide range of additional
information on SIMATIC products in the online services:
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You can obtain general up–to–date information as follows:
– on the Internet: address http://www.siemens.de/simatic–net
– at fax polling no. +49 (0) 8765-93 02 77 95 00
S
For current product information, FAQs, tips and hints and downloads which may
be helpful for your application, see:
– On the Internet: address
http://www.siemens.de/automation/service&support
– From the bulletin board system (BBS) in Nuremberg (SIMATIC Customer
Support Mailbox) at the number +49 (0) 911 895-7100.
To dial the mailbox, use a modem with up to V.34 (28.8 Kbaud), with the
following parameters: 8, N, 1, ANSI, or dial on ISDN (x.75, 64 Kbits).
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Further Support
If you have further questions about SIMATIC NET products, contact your local
Siemens representative.
You will find the addresses:
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in our catalog IK PI
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on the Internet http://www.siemens.de/automation/partner
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in our interactive catalog CA01
http://www.siemens.de/automation/ca01
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on our quick–start CD
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Table of Contents
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
2
Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2.1
Unpacking and Checking the Item Delivered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2.2
Installing the Item Supplied . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
2.3
Ensuring Readiness for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
2.4
Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-10
Setting Up and Operating the Computing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
3.1
Right Side of the Device (Port Side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
3.2
Left Side of Device (Drive Side) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-3
3.3
Connecting the Computing Unit to the Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-5
3.4
Connecting Peripheral Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-7
3.5
Working with PC Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-11
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CD-ROM drive (depending on hardware configuration) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Floppy Disk or LS120 Drive (Depending on Hardware Configuration) . . .
3-14
3-14
3-15
3.7
Using the Computing Unit in a SIMATIC S5 Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-17
3.8
Using the Computing Unit in a SIMATIC S7 Network (MPI/DP) . . . . . . . .
3-21
3.9
Networking the Computing Unit and Other Nodes via PROFIBUS . . . . . .
3-23
3.10
Networking the Computing Unit and other Computers via Industrial Ethernet . .
3-24
3.11
Connection under Windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-24
Computing Unit Expansions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
Opening the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening the Computing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional Units Visible After opening the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Block Diagram of the Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
4-2
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
4.2
Installing Additional Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-9
4.3
Replacing the Backup Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-11
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
Installing ISA/PCI Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Installing the Device for Holding Down the Modules . . . . .
Removing and Installing an ISA/PCI Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-13
4-15
4-17
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
Removing and Installing Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Installing the Hard Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Installing a CD-ROM Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Installing the Floppy Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-18
4-18
4-20
4-21
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1-2
4.5.4
Removing and Installing the LS 120 Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-22
4.6
Removing and Installing the Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-23
4.7
4.7.1
Removing and Installing the Wiring Backplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing and Installing the Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-24
4-25
4.8
Removing and Installing the Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-26
4.9
Processor Upgrade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-28
4.10
Switch Adjustment/Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-30
4.11
4.11.1
4.11.2
Network Connections and Interconnections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the MPI/DP Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Point-to-Point Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-31
4-31
4-32
4.12
Reset Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-34
Configuring the Computing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
Modifying the Device Configuration with SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Advanced Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Security Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Power Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Boot Sequence Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Version Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Exit Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
5-4
5-12
5-19
5-21
5-23
5-25
5-26
5.2
Configuring the PC Card Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-30
Hardware Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6.1
Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum Values) . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
6.2
Overview of the Components and Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
6.3
Hardware Address Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-4
6.4
Interrupt Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-8
6.5
Video Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-10
6.6
6.6.1
6.6.2
6.6.3
6.6.4
Monitoring Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Signals at the Front-Side Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperature Monitoring and Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Watchdog (WD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-11
6-11
6-11
6-12
6-12
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
External Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assignment of Ports for Connection of a Front Panel to Basic Board . . .
Assignment of the Internal Ports on the Motherboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-14
6-14
6-21
6-27
6.8
6.8.1
6.8.2
Bus Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Design and Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Interface to the Basic Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-35
6-35
6-36
6.9
Hard Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-41
6.10
Floppy Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-41
6.11
AC and DC Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connecting Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-43
Remote mount form factor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-2
7-2
7-3
7-3
7.2
Cable connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4
7.3
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4
7.4
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-4
Error Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-1
A.1
Diagnosing Errors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-2
A.2
Built-In Self Test of the Computing Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-3
9
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B-1
10
ESD Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Overview
The computing unit is used as an entry-level system to PC-based automation, as a
basic component for the PC-based HMI devices (Panel PC), as a basic component
for PC-based machine operating panels (OP031, OP032S, OP032L, Trumpf OEM
BT) and in special configurations as a basis for custom-configured devices.
The computing unit is intended for use in industry as well as in the residential,
business and commercial areas and can also be used in building system
automation or in public facilities, in addition to industrial applications.
The computing unit is a compact box computer with Pentium II mobile technology.
It is a particularly powerful industrial PC for installation as a box system.
Quality
The computing unit is characterized by its high quality, which is attributable, for
example, by:
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extensive climate, vibration and shock tests to ensure industrial compatibility;
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electromagnetic compatibility conforming to CE and FCC;
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UL/CSA approvals;
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hotline, service, spare parts;
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quality assurance conforming to ISO 9001;
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compliance with the requirements for a fire enclosure to EN60950/UL1950 – in
other words, it may be used without an additional fire enclosure;
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compact dimensions;
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suitability for use in a wide ambient temperature range;
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a design that is easy to service and maintain.
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Installation
The computing unit can be installed in virtually all the usual locations (refer to
Chapter 2.2).
There are anchorage points on both of the longs sides for securing the computing
unit. Mounting brackets are screwed onto these anchorage points.
Functions
The computing unit is equipped with software which allows it to be used
universally. It includes the Windows NT or Windows 98 operating system.
(Windows 2000 is in preparation.)
The computing unit additionally allows the use of:
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SIMATIC supplementary software
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software from the entire world of automation
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software from the PC world
Additional applications:
The computing unit can also be used in other areas of automation engineering
(SIMATIC HMI; TELEPERM; SINUMERIK; SIROTEC, etc.).
Remote mount form factor
As an alternative to the integrated standard configuration, Remote mount form
factor is possible. The advantages are that
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The control unit can be installed closer to the machine and inclined at an angle
of up to 70 ° – for example, in a swivel arm (”boom”),
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The more sensitive computing unit (hard disk!) can be installed vertically some
distance away from the machine where vibration is low – for example, in a
cabinet.
With this configuration, additional components are required for communication
between the control unit and the computing unit:
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The transmitter, which is mounted on the computing unit.
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The receiver, which is mounted on the control unit; and
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The cable, which links the two of them.
The present equipment manual describes
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Chapters 2 to 7 basically describe the specific characteristics of the computing
unit, but also make reference to the complete unit where necessary – for
example, with regard to the dimensions for mounting, maintenance and
technical specifications.
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Chapter 7 describes the Remote Mount form factor of the Panel PC.
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Advantages of the computing unit
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The computing unit is rugged in design and its functions make it particularly
suitable for use on site under harsh industrial conditions. It meets the specific
requirements of an industrial environment, such as noise immunity, compliance
with standards, ruggedness and continuous operation.
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Owing to the variable operating location and the many options for installation,
the computing unit can be used virtually anywhere.
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Integrated on the computing unit are all the ports required for SIMATIC
automation. Specifically, these are:
– parallel port (LPT 1)
– serial ports (1x V.24, 1x V.24/TTY)
– PS/2 keyboard port (supports PG720/740 keyboard with trackball)
– PS/2 mouse port
– USB port (1x internal, 1x external)
– MPI/L2-DP (max. 12 MBaud)
– Cardbus interface, 1 slot (type III)
– VGA interface for external monitor
– LVDS interface for flat-screen display
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Chapter Overview
In Section You Will Find
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Unpacking and Checking the Item Delivered
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2.2
Installing the Item Supplied
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Ensuring Readiness for Service
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Unpacking and Checking the Item Delivered
Unpacking the item
Unpack the item delivered to you as follows:
1. Remove the packaging.
2. Do not throw the original packaging away. Keep it in case you have to transport
your PC at some time in the future.
3. Please keep the enclosed documentation in a safe place. You will require it
when you first start up the item delivered to you and it is part of the device.
4. Check the packaging and the package contents for any visible damage.
Recording the serial number (F-No.)
1. Record the serial number of your computing unit in the table; you will find it on
the nameplate above the floppy disk drive on the side of the device.
The repair center will be able to identify the device by the F-No. and MLFB-No.
if it is submitted for repair.
F-No.
MLFB-No.
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Installing the Item Supplied
The item delivered to you is particularly suitable for installation in consoles,
cabinets and panels.
The device complies with the requirements for a fire enclosure to EN60950. It can
therefore be installed without an additional fire enclosure;
Please observe the following points when installing your device:
!
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Avoid extreme environmental conditions whenever possible. Protect your device
from dust, moisture and heat.
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Do not expose your device to direct sunlight.
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The device must be installed in such a way that it presents no danger of any
kind (for example, by tipping over).
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The clearance around the device must be at least 100 mm to make sure it is
sufficiently ventilated.
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Never cover the ventilation slots.
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Observe the installation locations allowed when you install your device.
Warning
If systems are installed at a non-approved installation location, the approvals to
UL 1950 and EN60950 are no longer valid!
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100 mm
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Dimension Drawings for Installing in Panel (Device with CD-ROM Drive)
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Permissible installation locations for the computing unit with floppy disk drive
An inclined position of ± 20_ is allowed at each of the permissible storage
locations.
Fan
FDD
Ports
FDD
Ports
Ports
FDD
Fan
Fan
Fan
FDD
FDD
Fan
Ports
Ports
Fan
ports
FDD
Preferred location
This installation location is allowed with devices not having a floppy disk drive
Figure 2-3
Permissible installation locations for the computing unit with floppy disk drive
Permissible installation locations for the computing unit having an LS 120 drive
(option for custom solutions)
An inclined position of ± 15_ is allowed at each of the permissible storage
locations.
Ports
LS120
LS120
Ports
LS120
Ports
Fan
Fan
Fan
Fan
Ports
LS120
Ports
LS120
Fan
Fan
Ports
LS120
These installation locations are allowed with devices not having an LS120
Figure 2-4
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Permissible installation locations for the computing unit having an LS120
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Note
The possible installation locations for the computing unit do not agree with the
permissible installation location of Panel PC 670 (refer to the commissioning
instructions).
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Grounding Measures
Low-resistance grounding connections ensure that the user of the installation is
protected against electric shock (for example, if a short-circuit occurs or if there are
defects in the system). Moreover, they discharge interference transmitted by
external power supply cables, signal cables or cables to I/O devices.
You should therefore create a low-resistance connection (a large surface acting as
the contact) between the grounding point on the system housing and the central
grounding point of the cabinet or the installation in which the computer is to be
installed. The minimum cross-section should not be less than 5 mm2.
The grounding terminal is located on the side of the device and is identified by a
symbol.
Connecting to the power supply
Note
The computing unit is equipped with a safety-tested power supply cable and may
be connected only to a socket outlet with grounding contact.
Make sure that the socket outlet on the device or the socket outlet with grounding
contact of the building wiring system is freely accessible and located as near to the
device as possible.
The computing unit does not have a mains switch. To completely disconnect the
PC from the mains power supply, you must pull the plug. This connection must be
easily accessible.
If the PC is to be installed in a cabinet, a central disconnector must be provided.
The standard power supply of the computing unit is designed for 120/230 V
systems.
The power supply has automatic mains voltage changeover. There is no need to
adjust the voltage range.
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Connecting and turning on the computing unit
Before you connect the computing unit to the mains, connect the front panels
ready for operation.
1. Insert the connecting cables into the appropriate sockets on the port side of the
computing unit (refer to section 3.4.)
2. Once the peripheral devices have been connected, the device is ready for
mains operation. Connect your device to the mains supply. The computing unit
is now operating.
Device socket for non-heating appliances with AC power supply
or screw-type terminal for DC power supply
Figure 2-5
Connecting and Turning on the Computing Unit
Turning off the computing unit
The computing unit does not have a mains switch and is isolated from the mains
supply only by detaching the mains supply plug.
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Transportation
Shipping
Despite the rugged design of the computing unit, its built-in components are
sensitive to severe vibrations and shock. You must therefore protect your
computing unit from severe mechanical stress when it is in transit.
Caution
Risk of computing unit suffering damage
When in transit in cold weather and the device is subjected to extreme differences
in temperature, care must be taken to ensure that moisture is not deposited on or
in the device (moisture condensation).
Allow the device slowly to rise to room temperature before taking it into operation.
If condensation has formed, wait for approximately 4 hours before turning the
device on.
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Chapter Overview
In Section You Will Find
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Right Side of the Device (Port Side)
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Left Side of Device (Drive Side)
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Connecting the Computing Unit to the Power Supply
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3.4
Connecting Peripheral Devices
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Working with PC Cards
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Drives
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Using the Computing Unit in a SIMATIC S5 Network
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Using the Computing Unit in a SIMATIC S7 Network (MPI/DP)
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Networking the Computing Unit and Other Nodes via PROFIBUS
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3.10
Networking the Computing Unit and Other Computers via
Industrial Ethernet
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Connection under Windows
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3.1
Right Side of the Device (Port Side)
Mouse
COM1/V24/PLC
Keyboard
Figure 3-1
LPT1/Printer
COM 2
VGA
PCI slot
USB
PCI/ISA slot
MPI/DP
Ethernet
PC card
Right Side of Device with Ports
Note
When connecting I/O devices, always be sure to use shielded cables and metal
connectors to avoid invalidating your operating permit. Use a screwdriver to fasten
the interface cable connectors on the housing of the computing unit to improve
electrical shielding.
Connection
Function
COM1/V24/PLC
You change the port to a plug connector by inserting the gender
changer contained in the accessories.
MPI/DP (RS 485)
Isolated within the safety extra-low voltage circuit (SELV)
If expansion boards are installed on the computing unit, there are additional
interfaces. Please refer to the description of the relevant module for the
significance of these additional interfaces.
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Left Side of Device (Drive Side)
Fan
Figure 3-2
Nameplate
Floppy Disk Drive
Left Side of Device
Reset Key
The Reset key can only be pressed with the aid of a pointed object (for example,
elongated paper clip).
Pressing the Reset key triggers a hardware reset. The computing unit restarts.
Caution
There may be a loss of data with a hardware reset.
Front ports
The following front ports are located beneath the floppy disk drive:
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I/O port for connecting front components
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LVDS display port
VGA port
Please observe the following note on operating a flat display and an external
monitor:
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Note
The default setting of the display is simultaneous operation of a flat display and an
external monitor. If no front display element is connected, the external monitor is used
for the display, at a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. Modes with a lower resolution and
text modes are expanded to this format.
To optimize the display on the external monitor, set ”CRT/LCD selection: CRT
enabled” in Setup on the main menu using the ”Hardware Options” dialog box. A
resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels with a higher image refresh rate is then possible.
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Connecting the Computing Unit to the Power Supply
Connecting to the power supply
The computing unit can be operated using the device socket for non-heating
appliances on 120 V and 230 V power systems. Voltage changeover is
automatic.
1. Insert the power supply cable supplied with the device into the device socket for
non-heating appliances.
2. Connect the mains lead to a socket having a grounded protective ground
conductor.
3. The device is then prepared for mains operation and operating.
Power supply connection
Device socket for non-heating appliances
Figure 3-3
Power Supply Connection (Device Socket for Non-Heating Appliances )
Mains supply
The device is intended for connection to grounded power supply systems
(TN networks to VDE 0100, Part 300, or IEC 364-3).
No provision is made for connection to non-grounded or impedance-grounded
power supply systems (IT networks).
The power cable should comply with the safety guidelines of the country
concerned.
Check to make sure that the rated voltage for the device is the same as the local
mains voltage.
This device is equipped with a safety-tested power supply cable and may be
connected only to a socket outlet with grounding contact.
Make sure that the socket outlet on the device or the socket outlet with grounding
contact of the building wiring system is freely accessible and located as near to the
device as possible.
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To completely disconnect the PC from the mains power supply, you must pull the
plug. This connection must be easily accessible. If the PC is to be installed in a
cabinet, a central disconnector must be provided.
Lay the cables so that no one can step on or trip over them. When connecting the
device, carefully study the pertinent information given in Chapter 2.
Never connect or disconnect power cables or data transmission lines during a
thunderstorm.
In an emergency situation (for instance, damage to the housing, controls or power
cable, penetration by liquids or foreign bodies), pull the power plug and contact the
authorized service department.
The computing unit must be switched off before connecting/disconnecting I/O
devices (keyboard, mouse, printer, etc.). Failure to do so can result in damage to
the computing unit.
A connector safety interlock is supplied with a 120 V/230 V power supply.
As an option, the computing unit can alternatively be equipped with a 24 V power
supply unit.
Country-Specific Notes
For the USA and Canada:
For operation in Canada and the United States, use CSA or UL-listed power
cables.
The connector must comply with the NEMA 5-15 specification.
120 V power supply
A flexible cable with UL approval and CSA marking and the following features must
be used: SJT design with three conductors, at least 18 AWG cross-section, a
maximum length of 4.5 meters and parallel grounding-type plug (15 A, at least
125 V).
230 V power supply
A flexible cable with UL approval and CSA marking and the following features must
be used: SJT design with three conductors, at least 18 AWG cross-section, a
maximum length of 4.5 meters and Tandem grounding-type plug (15 A, at least
250 V).
230 V supply voltage outside the USA and Canada
A flexible cable with the following features must be used: at least 18 AWG
cross-section and grounding-type plug (15 A, 250 V). The cables must conform to
the relevant safety guidelines of the country in which they are installed and bear
the specified markings.
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Connecting Peripheral Devices
Note
Make sure the components you insert exhibit industrial compatibility when
connecting peripheral devices
Printer connection via parallel port
To connect your printer, perform the following steps:
1. Turn off the computing unit and the printer.
2. Plug the printer cable onto the parallel port, LPT 1.
3. Connect the printer cable to the printer.
4. Tighten (screw) the connector on the port.
COM 1
Socket (parallel)
COM 2
Connector (serial)
LPT1
Socket (parallel)
Figure 3-4
Printer Connection
Caution
Danger of damage being caused to the device
Connect printers to the parallel port only when the device on the LPT 1 port is
turned off (printer likewise turned off).
Make sure you are using the correct port. If you interchange the connectors,
or use wrong connecting cables, the port might be damaged.
Before inserting the connecting cables, the static charge of your body, the device
and the connecting cables must be brought to the same level. You can do this by
briefly touching the metal housing.
Use the original cable to establish the connection.
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Printer connection via serial port
Alternatively, you can connect your printer via a serial COM interface to the
computing unit. You will find information on how to adapt and set your port and on
the connecting cable you should use in the user manual for your printer.
Using a mouse
A PS/2, USB or a serial mouse can be used in conjunction with the computing
unit.
Connecting a PS/2 mouse
You can connect an external PS/2 mouse or another external input device
(pointing device) to the PS/2 mouse port.
Port for PS/2 mouse
(Socket)
Figure 3-5
COM 2 Port for
serial mouse(Connector)
USB connection for
USB mouse (socket)
Connecting the Mouse
Proceed as follows:
1. Turn your device off.
2. Insert the cable of the PS/2 mouse or of another external input device (pointing
device) into the mouse socket.
3. Restart your device.
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Connecting a serial mouse
You can connect a serial mouse to the serial port COM 2. To operate a serial
mouse, you have to install and assign parameters to the suitable mouse driver.
To do this, please refer to the description of your mouse or the description of
your operating system for the necessary information.
1. Turn your device off.
2. Plug your serial mouse onto the mouse connector labeled COM 2.
3. Screw the connector tight.
4. Restart your device.
You can read how to connect a USB mouse in “Connecting USB devices”.
Connecting a PS/2 keyboard
You can connect a PS/2 keyboard to your liking to the computing unit.
Port for PS/2 keyboard
Figure 3-6
Connecting a PS/2 Keyboard
Proceed as follows:
1. Plug in the PS/2 keyboard connector.
2. Restart your device.
Note
We recommend you to use a keyboard with a straight keyboard connector so that
the connector does not conceal adjacent ports.
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Connecting USB devices
You can connect devices having a USB interface to the USB interface.
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Plug in the USB cable.
The device is detected automatically by a “plug and play” operating system such
as Windows 98 and is then available.
A USB keyboard can be operated to run BIOS setup.
USB interface
Figure 3-7
USB Connection
Note
Operating systems which do not support “plug and play” (Windows NT 4.0, for
example) generally do not allow operation of USB devices.
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Working with PC Cards
PC cards
Card bus cards (32 bit) and PCMCIA cards (16 bit) can be operated in the PC
card interface. The computing unit features a PC card interface. Communication
modules for MODEM, FAX/MODEM, ISDN, Token Ring, ETHERNET, memory
expansions and check-card sized SCSI interface modules can be plugged into
this interface.
Type I/II/III PC card interfaces
Figure 3-8
PC Card Interface
Take note of the following when working with Cardbus/PC cards:
1. Open the port cover on the left side of the device by loosening the plastic rivet
with a flat screwdriver.
2. Remove the metal cover from the guide rail.
3. Insert the PCMCIA card or Cardbus card you require.
Caution
Make sure that the eject button for Cardbus/PC cards is fully depressed before
inserting the PC card. If this is not the case, a card may jam in the slot when
inserting thin PC cards (flash memory cards, for example). The PC card can then
not be inserted properly.
The nameplate of the PC card must be visible to the rear of the device on being
inserted.
Do not remove the cared until data transfer has stopped (danger of loss of data
and system crash).
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Caution
Always discharge your body’s charge before inserting or removing Cardbus/PC
cards by briefly touching a grounded object (refer also the ESD Guideline,
section C).
Damage could occur if you do not.
Note
Peak currents of 650 mA at 5 V referred to 3 s are allowed.
Examples of PCMCIA cards on the PC card interface for
hard disk drive
330 mA read/write
(Maxtor MXL-131-III) . . . . . 640 mA spin up 2 s
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 mA idle
fax/modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 mA idle
(Dr. Neuhaus) . . . . . . . . . . . 140 mA transfer
Ethernet
(XIRCOM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 mA
Installing PC cards
Observe the following points when you install these cards:
Note
Depending on the configuration of the computing unit, it could be that there are no free
interrupts for the operation of PC cards. In this case, reserve interrupts in setup.
To reserve interrupts, proceed as follows:
On the “Advanced” BIOS setup menu, set the interrupt which will be required for
the PC cards to “reserved” ( default: available) on the “PCI Configuration” line at
“PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion”.
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Caution
Danger of PC cards and the computing unit being damaged.
The PC card must be plugged into the interface with its front facing the rear side of
the computing unit. This side is normally marked with a company or product name
and the wording ”This side up” or something similar.
If you attempt to insert the cared wrongly, the computing unit and the PC card
might become damaged.
Before inserting the connecting cables, the static charge your body, the device and
the connecting cables must be brought to the same level. You can do this by
briefly touching the metal housing.
Note
To operate the PC card, “Card bus/PCMCIA Slot” has to be set to “Enabled” in
BIOS SETUP: Main menu, Hardware Option submenu.
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Drives
3.6.1
CD-ROM drive (depending on hardware configuration)
Note
The EJECT function offered by various applications for opening the CD-ROM tray
does not work with this drive.
Once you have closed the tray, the CD is tested and the access LED on the drive
starts to flash:
– If the LED flashes continually, the CD is faulty but can still be read.
– If the LED flashes several times and then remains list, the CD you have
inserted is defective and cannot be read.
– The access light is normally on when reading information from the CD.
CD-ROM front
Tray
Figure 3-9
Access light
Eject button
Emergency eject
CD-ROM Front
Caution
Danger of data being lost and the drive damaged
CD-ROM drives are very sensitive to unacceptable vibrations. During operation,
vibrations might damage the drive and/or the data medium. You can read the
permissible values in the technical specifications in Chapter 7 of the instruction
manual.
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Emergency eject
The following procedure is used to remove the data medium when the eject button
is locked by software or no power is being supplied to the drive. Motor-driven
opening is not possible in this case.
1. Make sure that there is no power supply to the drive (switch off the PC).
2. Insert a max.1.3 mm thick and at least 55 mm long object (for example an
elongated paper clip) into the emergency removal hole at the front of the drive.
Careful pressure opens the drive tray and pushes the data medium out of the drive.
Pull the CD tray manually further out of the housing and remove the CD.
At least 55 mm (2.1654”) long
Figure 3-10
3.6.2
Emergency Eject
Floppy Disk or LS120 Drive (Depending on Hardware
Configuration)
With the floppy disk drive, you can save programs and data to floppy disk and load
them from disks onto the computing unit.
As an alternative to a floppy disk drive, the computing unit can be equipped with an
LS 120 drive for custom solutions.
Floppy disk types
You can use the following floppy disks with the floppy disk drive:
Double Sided High Density, 3.5 in, 1,44 MB (135TPI).
With an LS 120, you can save larger amounts of data on data media than with a
1.44 MB floppy disk drive. The LS 120 has the following properties:
– LS 120 is compatible with the 1.44 MB floppy disk drive – in other words, it
also supports 1.44 MB floppy disks.
– The maximum aggregate is 120 MB with an LS 120 data medium.
– LS 120 is connected via an ATAPI (IDE) interface.
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Floppy disk handling with floppy disk drive
Insert the floppy disks into the drive as illustrated, depending on the installation
location:
Drill hole for emergency ejection (LS120 only)
Eject button
Access light
Eject button
Access light
Figure 3-11
Handling Floppy Disks
The access light is on when the drive is being accessed.
Emergency removal with the LS120 works in the same manner as with the
CD-ROM drive. Refer to section 3.6.1 for details.
Caution
Caution: This could result in loss of data!
The eject button must never be pressed while the green LED on the drive is on.
LS 120 drives are very sensitive when it comes to unacceptable vibrations. During
operation, vibrations might damage the drive and/or the data medium. (Refer to
section B for permissible values.)
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3.7
Using the Computing Unit in a SIMATIC S5 Network
Point-to-point connection,
This section describes the options for connecting your computing unit to a
programming unit or an S5 programmable controller in a point-to-point connection.
A point-to-point connection is possible by connecting the computing unit to another
programming unit or a programmable controller by means of:
S
S
a V.24 connection
a TTY connection
Configuring notes for interfaces with current loop (TTY, 20 mA)
Different criteria have to be taken into account for reliable operation of a
connection. The maximum data transfer rate (baud rate) depends on the required
distance, the type of cable, the pin assignment of the interface and external
interference.
Rules
To reduce interference by a favorable choice and correct connection of the
cable, you should comply with the following rules:
S
The shielded cable used must have a low line resistance
(< 130 W / km) and a low capacitance (< 90 pF/ m). Twisted-pair cables are
less susceptible to inductive interference. A low line resistance result in reduced
voltage excursions and shorter charge reversal times; the line resistance
decreases with increasing conductor cross-section for the same length of cable.
S
The shorter the data transmission link, the higher the maximum possible
transfer rate.
S
If there is an active transmitter and an active receiver at the same end of the
transmission link, the sequence of access priority to the transmission circuit
must be taken into account in order to achieve the longest possible
transmission link.
S
Signal lines and power lines must not be run together. Signal lines must be
installed as far away as possible from sources of strong interference (for
example, 400 V 3-phase power cables).
S
The active TTY interface with a 12 V open-circuit voltage has been tested on a
100 m long cable at a transmission rate of 9600 bps in an environment with
normal levels of noise (field strength < 3 V/ m). If a LiYCY 5 x 1x 0.14 shielded
cable is used, reliable transmission is possible over a distance of up to 100 m.
The AS511 driver was used for testing (only one transmitter at a time).
Note
The interference field of the source of interference is reduced by the square of
the distance.
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Connecting the computing unit to an S5 programmable controller
You can connect the computing unit to a SIMATIC S5 programmable controller
using the COM 1/TTY interface.
COM 1
(Socket)
Figure 3-12
Connection to an S5 Programmable Controller
To connect the computing unit to a SIMATIC S5 programmable controller, perform
the following steps:
1. Turn your device off.
2. Plug the connecting cable onto the COM 1 port.
3. Screw the connector tight.
4. Plug the connecting cable into the corresponding port on the CPU of the
programmable controller.
5. In order to enable TTY operation, you must set TTY to “enabled” in the BIOS
setup.
Caution
Danger of damage being caused to the device
If you interchange the connectors, or use wrong connecting cables, the port might
be damaged.
Be careful not to plug the TTY cable in the LPT 1 port of the computing unit
instead of the COM 1/TTY port.
Before inserting the connecting cables, the static charge of your body, the device
and the connecting cables must be brought to the same level. You can do this by
briefly touching the metal housing.
Use only the original connecting cable for the connection to the programmable
controller.
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Connecting the computing unit via an adapter
An adapter is available for connecting the computing unit to the PLC with earlier
standard connecting cables.
Table 3-1
Adapter for Computing Unit Connection
Interface
COM 1 as
TTY port
Connection
Computing unit to a SIMATIC S5
programmable controller
Connecting
cable
Order No.
Adapter
6ES5 731-1xxx0
15-pin
6ES5 731-6AG00
6ES5 731-0xxx0
25-pin
6ES5 731-6AG00
In order to maintain a data transmission rate of 9600 bps up to a distance of 100 m,
the receive diode is connected to ground (reference) via the connecting cable.
Connecting the computing unit to programming units (V.24, TTY)
If you want to connect your computing unit to a different programming unit, you
can order the corresponding connecting cable (refer to Table 3-2).
Table 3-2
Connecting the Computing Unit to Other Programming Units
Interface
Connection
COM 1 as V.24 port
PG 7xx with
PG 7xx
COM 1 as TTY port
PG 7xx with
PG 6xx
Connecting cable
Series connection of
6ES5 733 -2xxx02) and
6ES5 731-6AG001)
Adapter
6ES5 731-6AG00
1)
When connecting the programming units is series, make sure you connect the cable
the right way round (refer to Figure 3-13).
2)
The connecting cable is available for order only as a spare part. A description of the
connecting cable is given in Chapter 6.
Adapter
PG 7xx
6ES5 731-6AG00
Figure 3-13
Connecting cable
Active
Passive
PG 6XX
6ES5 733-2xxx0
Direction of Connection: Adapter - Connecting Cable
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Note
When connecting the computing unit to another programming unit, you must
switch the TTY ports (COM1) in one of the programming units by changing the
jumper setting. When the computing unit is delivered to you, this port is always set
to active.
Switching the computing unit active/passive
The COM 1 (TTY) serial port is set to active (20 mA current loop) when the
computing unit is delivered to you. When you connect to a programming unit
using the COM 1 (TTY) serial port, you must set one of the ports to passive.
The switch for this on the computing unit is located on the motherboard.
These jumpers are accessible by opening the module cover.
Jumper settings
Change the jumper setting as shown in Figure 3-14:
S1-1
S1-2
Function
On
On
Active TTY port (default setting)
On
Off
TTY loop transmit isolated from power source (passive setting)
Off
On
TTY loop receive isolated from power source (passive setting)
1
2
Off
On
Figure 3-14
Jumper Setting, TTY Port Active
Changing the jumper setting
Proceed as follows to set the computing unit to passive:
1. Turn your device off.
2. Open the cover of the module .
3. Place the two jumpers in the “open” position (refer to Figure 3-14).
4. Close the cover of the module .
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3.8
Using the Computing Unit in a SIMATIC S7 Network (MPI/DP)
Connecting to an S7 programmable controller via the MPI/DP interface
You can connect the computing unit to a SIMATIC S7 programmable controller
or to a PROFIBUS network using an isolated*) MPI/DP interface. The MPI
connecting cable (5m) for the connection to SIMATIC S7 CPUs (Order No.
6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0) is supplied with the computing unit. Only transfer rates
up to 187.5 kbps are possible with this connecting cable. For baud rates from
1.5 Mbps, you require the 12 Mbps PROFIBUS connecting cable
(Order No. 6ES7901-4BD00-0XA0).
In interference environment:
Bus connector
6ES7972-0BB11-0XA0 or
6ES7972-0BB40-0XA0
6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0
(5 m long)
MPI/DP Interface)
Figure 3-15
Connection Using the MPI/DP Interface
To connect the computing unit to a SIMATIC S7 programmable controller, perform
the following steps:
1. Turn your device off.
2. Plug the connecting cable onto the MPI/DP interface
Caution
Danger of damage being caused to the device
Before inserting the connecting cables, the static charge your body, the device and
the connecting cables must be brought to the same level. You can do this by
briefly touching the metal housing.
*
Optically isolated within the SELV circuit
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Connection
Using the MPI/DP interface, it is possible to connect programming units with:
S
MPI networks (S7 200, S7 300 and S7 400) or
S
PROFIBUS-DP networks (DP components)
MPI/PROFIBUS-DP network
Up to 32 devices (PCs, programming units or PLCs) can be connected to the
MPI/DP interface to form a network segment. The physical connection to the
MPI/PROFIBUS-DP network is via an isolated RS485 interface, which is an
integral part of the programming unit basic board.
Several MPI/PROFIBUS-DP network segments can be connected via repeaters.
The complete MPI/PROFIBUS-DP network can consist of up to 127 nodes. Data
transfer rates from 9.6 kbps to 12 Mbps are possible on the MPI network
PROFIBUS-DP.
Note
You will find information on configuring an MPI/DP network in the manual Profibus
Networks or SIMATIC NET.
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Networking the Computing Unit and Other Nodes via PROFIBUS
Networking the computing unit via PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS is an open and rugged bus system for industrial use. It can be used
to configure networks with up to 32 nodes per segment. PROFIBUS-DP
supports data rates of 9.6 KBaud to 12 MBaud.
How the network functions
The network operates on the ”token passing with subordinate master/slave”
principle (complying with DIN 19245, PROFIBUS). It distinguishes between active
and passive nodes. An active node receives the token and passes it on to the next
node within a specified time.
Hardware requirements
Using the following components, for example, you can connect or network the
computing unit to/with PROFIBUS:
S
interface RS 485, MPI/DP interface, integrated
S
shielded, twisted pair (bus cable or spur line)
Note
Please refer to the SIMATIC NET Catalog IK 10 for further information on the
SIMATIC Net PC cards.
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3.10
Networking the Computing Unit and other Computers via
Industrial Ethernet
Networking the computing unit via Industrial Ethernet
Industrial Ethernet is an industry standard bus system based on ETHERNET
(ISO 8802/3). The main features of Industrial Ethernet are:
speed (10 Mbps), simple expansion, open communications and widespread
application.
How the network functions
Industrial Ethernet is the generic name of networks and network components
operating according to the CSMA/CD (ETHERNET) principle. Industrial Ethernet is
a network having a bus structure, data transmission being performed with a triaxial
cable (H1).
Note
Please refer to the SIMATIC NET Catalog IK 10 for further information on the
SIMATIC Net PC cards.
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Connection under Windows
Windows supports point-to-point connection via the LPT or COM. The connecting
cables are standard, commercially available connecting cables. Refer to the
section on networks in your Windows description or online Help “Connection to
Another Computer”.
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What does this chapter contain?
You can enhance the functionality of your computing unit by installing additional
main memory. This chapter describes how to expand your computing unit. Please
observe the safety notes it contains.
Chapter Overview
In Section
You Will Find
4.1
Opening the Device
4-2
4.2
Installing Additional Memory
4-5
4.3
Replacing the Backup Battery
4-6
4.4
Installing Expansion Boards
4-13
4.5
Removing and Installing Drives
4-18
4.6
Removing and Installing the Power Supply
4-23
4.7
Removing and Installing the Wiring Backplane
4-24
4.8
Removing and Installing the Fan
4-26
4.9
Processor Upgrade
4-28
4.10
Switch Adjustment/Jumpers
4-30
4.11
Network Connections and Interconnections
4-31
4.12
Reset Button
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4.1
Opening the Device
4.1.1
Requirements
The device is designed for easy maintenance so that any work that may be
necessary can be done quickly and economically.
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 electrostatic sensitive devices at the end of this manual (ESD Guidelines).
Limitation of liability
All technical specifications and approvals apply only to expansion modules
approved by SIEMENS.
No liability can be accepted for impairment of functions caused by the use of
non-Siemens devices or non-Siemens components.
All the modules and components are electrostatically sensitive. Please study the
notes on electrostatic sensitive devices. The following symbol indicates that
electrostatically sensitive modules are present.
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Before opening the device
Note the following rules before opening the device:
S
Before you disconnect the power supply cable, discharge the electrostatic
charge on your body. You can do this by briefly touching the mounting plate for
the interfaces on the left side of the device.
S
Discharge the electrostatic charge from tools you are using.
S
Wear a grounding strap when handling components.
S
Leave components and component parts in their packaging until you are ready
to install them.
S
Disconnect the device from its power supply before plugging in or removing any
components or component parts.
S
Touch components and module only on their edges. Do not touch contact pins
or printed conductors.
S
Never operate the device with the cover open.
Tools
You can perform all necessary installation work on the computing unit with
screwdrivers of the type TORX T10 and TORX T8.
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4.1.2
Opening the Computing Unit
To open the computing unit, perform the following steps:
1. Turn off the computing unit, pull out the mains connector and remove all
interconnecting cables and connecting cables from the device, including the
keyboard cable.
2. Remove the computing unit from its mounting/cabinet (only necessary if
mounting screws are inaccessible as a result of installation).
3. Undo the two screws (refer to Figure 4-1) on the housing cover.
4. Raise the cover slightly.
5. You can then remove the housing cover.
Screws on the housing cover
Figure 4-1
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Functional Units Visible After opening the Device
Once you have removed the top cover of your unit, the functional units
are visible.
View
Wiring backplane Memory expansion module
Figure 4-2
Processor
Fan
Computing Unit Open
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Figure 4-3
3/3.6V
CTRL
26
5
SD(0:7)
BIOS
32 PLCC
29F040
512KB
3.5” disk
1,44 MB
Keyboard/trackball
PS/2
Mouse
COM 2
V24
TTY/PLC
Touch
options
COM 2
Alternative
Communication say, modem
COM 1
V24
Printer
Centronics
EPP/ECP
LPT1
protection
RC network
USB
socket
(port 0)
USB
25MHz
33MHz
RJ45
Ethernet
xformer
BGA256
Intel 10/100Mbit
Ethernet 82559
33MHz
32
A(0:25)
D(0:15)
CTRL(18)
PCCard
Slot1
Type II/III
60
26
VCC/
VPP
PCI 1211(208TQFP)
Card bus
voltage
Contrast
48MHz
33MHz
USB tacho
Status LEDs
distributed
fronts
32
26
TFT LVDS display
5V CMOS–
DSTN/TFT display
ASPC/2
160 PQFP
PCI9050
L2–DP
12MB/s
RS485
RS485 hybrid
100 PQFP
Max. 128k memory
Cntl.
MUX
TTL
TTY
Cntl.
160PQFP
AD ( 0..31)
FDC37B727
26
3.3V
AD ( 0..31)
32KHz
DRQ(0:3),DACK(0:3)
SA(0:15),SD(0:7),IRQ(1:15),
ISA/PCI slot
32
C T B69000
2MB SGRAM integrated
VGA controller
32
Cntl.
Ultra IO
48
RISER
24MHz
CTRL 7
LS 120 disk option
Bus module
1 shared
1 PCI slot
66MHz
26
LED’s
(port 1)
USB
(port 0)
USB
LVDS
3
Int. speaker
16–bit data, 24–bit addressing, 5V
AD(0:31)
Page select
for 4
128 K pages
ISA BUS
USB Port1/2
CTRL
2
IRQ(1:15)
DACK(0:7)
DREQ(0:7)
BGA 324
CDROM option
Secondary IDE
ATA–33 hard disk, 2.5’’/3.5’’
Primary IDE
3.3/5 V PCI BUS AD(0..31), CTRL(26) ( 33 MHz clock rate)
CKE0/1
RAS/CSA 0/1
3.3V
3.3V
EDO/SDRAM
Bank 1/2
EDO/SDRAM
CKE2/3
RAS/CSA 2/3
Bank 3/4
64
AGP 1X
400 PIN BGA socket
Ext. XGA
1280 x 1024 x 256
AD ( 0..31)
8
8
70
SD(0:15)
SA(0:23)
ACPI
System controller
AD(0:31)
48MHz
CTRL
PIIX4E
32
MA0..13
RAS/CSA0..3
CAS/DQMA0..7
SRAS,SCAS,CKE0..3,WE
2
4
MD(0.63)
33MHz
32KHz
SM BUS
2
Clock buffer
2
L2 cache
L1 cache
Module ID
SM BUS
SYSTEM RESET
33
1
2.5V I/O
1.7V core
CTRL
2
Relay
LED’s
3.3V PCI
3.3 to 5V
Translator
492 BGA
Processor
300–366 MHz
5V CMOS
Temp.
monitoring
WATCHDOG
2.5/3.3V
GTL bus
AD(0:31)
+ – 18V isolated
Reset button
VRM
440BX
I/O IF
– 12V
+ 12V
+5V
V_DC
V_5
V_3
Embedded mobile module (EMC2)with
VRM, L2 cache, 440BX, thermal sensor
front sides
for
Power
supply
120V/
220V
AC
+ 3.3V
VR_ON
+5V
+5V
+3.3V
2
connector
module
P&D
Power
supply
24V
PS_PWROK
PCLK
HCLK
4.1.4
DC
14.318 MHz
100/66MHz clocks ( HOST )
33MHz clocks ( PCI )
24MHz clock (super–I/O )
48MHz clock ( USB )
14,318MHz clock
48TSSOP
Clock synthesizer
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Block Diagram of the Motherboard
XD(0:7)
Block Diagram, Computing Unit
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32
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X420
+EMC
D9
CPU
PIIX4E
Other
logic
ISA
USB
IDE
PCI
3.3V/5V LVDS/TFT display
D11
BIOS
X3
SMSC 37B727
LPT/
COM
FDC
Ultra I/O
Prim. IDE 2.5’’
26
X5
Sec. IDE 2.5’’
Unassigned disk
X31
X4
X25
X41
HD PS
3.3V
driver
CMOS
CBT
CBT
LVDS
CBT
5V
VCC
5V
DRAM
ISA
D19
Prim. IDE 3.5’’
COM2)
X26 (alt.
D90
PLX9050
N7
LM77
DP12
SRAM
D95,96
DP12 I/O
D95,96, D100–102,
D105–109
DP12
host bridge
D157,158
LPT1/COM1,2
ESD/EMC
X14 power supply unit
V24 driver
ASPC/2
DP12
controller
X503
X504
D94
DP12
RS485 module
xformer
X805
5V CMOS display
TFT/DSTN
2 x PS/2
X6
X9
X11
USB
X40
X800
RJ45
w. LEDs
13
D112
D145–148
PIIX
D3 – D7
X18 (TTY hybrid X3133)
Z1
Ethernet
12
X44
AGP
X1 – bus connector (EISA slot)
X17 (TTY hybrid X3134)
E2
(TTY
active/passive)
S1
Quarz
82559
7
X400
D159
PCI1211
Ethernet
contr.
11
LCD/VGA
controller
Chips & Techn.
B69000
MD1/3
REC/MC
D143
10
X12
3.3V PCI
5
Card bus
controller
D156
X600
6
Clock
Buffer
D2
D2
(DRAM
socket 1)
X20
9
MD0/2
3
X19
(DRAM
socket 2)
TPS2211
N6
8
X410,
X411
CRT
1
EMC–2 processor
module (Pentium II/Celeron)
Quarz
H1
4
Loudsp.
X24
(CMOS
battery)
4.1.5
S 2 reset
Fan
X28
(fan)
2
Clock
generator
D1
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The Motherboard
The motherboard is the heart of the computing unit. Here, data are processed and
stored, and interfaces and device I/Os are controlled.
14 (top)
16 (top)
18 (top)
15 (bottom)
17 (bottom)
19 (bottom)
20
21
22
Sec. IDE LS120
23
24
25
27
Quarz
CBT
CBT
28
FRONT–SIDE IF
P&D interface
29
Motherboard
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Components on the motherboard
The following components are located on the computing unit:
Serial Number
1
2
4-8
Functions
Processor module with heat sink
Connector for fan
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Loudspeaker
Connector for clock battery
System memory, 2 slots
TTY sender
TTY receiver
PC card slot
DIP switch TTY active/passive
RJ45 socket for Ethernet LAN
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
DP12 RS485 module
MPI/DP port
USB bus connector
Serial interface COM 2
Socket for VGA monitor
Serial port COM 1/TTY
Parallel port LPT 1
PS/2 mouse connector
PS/2 keyboard connector
Power supply connection (power supply unit)
21
22
23
Temperature sensor
Connector, alternative COM2
IDE connector for 3.5” hard disk
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
IDE connector for 2.5” hard disk
Floppy disk cable connector
IDE connector for LS 120
IDE connector for CD-ROM
Connector for 5 V CMOS display
Connector for front-side IF
Connector for LVDS display (3.3 V/5 V)
Expansion slot for P&D interface module
Momentary-contact switch for hardware reset
Fan
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Installing Additional Memory
Standard memory
The motherboard has 2 slots for 144 pin SO DIMM memory submodules. This
allows you to expand the memory capacity of your computing unit to 256 Mbytes.
The basic configuration – depending on the device configuration you ordered –
consists of a SDAM module of up to 256 Mbytes. Only one module has to be
installed.
Modules
Memory
32 MB
128 MB
64 MB
–
1
–
128 MB
–
2
–
128 MB
–
–
1
192 MB
–
1
1
256 MB
–
–
2
Bank 0
Figure 4-5
64 MB
Bank 1
Position of SO DIMM Memory Submodules
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Caution
The electronic components on the printed circuit boards are extremely sensitive to
electrostatic discharge. Certain precautionary measures, therefore, have to be
taken when handling them. These measures are explained in the guidelines for
electrostatic sensitive devices (ESD Guidelines at the end of this manual).
Installing the SO DIMM Submodules
To insert the submodules, perform the following steps:
1. Open the unit first as described in section 4.1.
2. Insert the submodules into the sockets. Note the cutout (locking element) on
the connector side of the SO DIMM module.
3. Press the submodule down applying light pressure until it locks into place.
4. Close the device.
Caution
Danger of damage!
The submodules must be sit securely in the slots, otherwise they might fall out and
be damaged.
Installation
The memory capacity is detected automatically. When you switch on the device,
the distribution of base and extended memory is displayed on the screen.
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Replacing the Backup Battery
Battery power supply for real-time clock and configuration
A backup battery (3.6 V lithium battery) powers the real-time clock even after the
device is turned off. In addition to the time of day, all the information about the
device (device configuration) is stored. If the backup battery fails or is removed
from its plug, these data are lost.
The clock uses very little power and the lithium battery has a high capacity so that
the battery can provide back-up power for the real-time clock for many years. The
battery seldom needs to be replaced for that reason.
Battery voltage too low
If the battery voltage is too low, the time is lost, and a correct configuration of the
device can no longer be guaranteed.
Replacing the battery
In this case, you must replace the backup battery. The battery is on the
motherboard.
To change the battery, perform the following steps:
1. Turn off you device, and remove the mains cable and all interconnecting cables.
2. Open the device as described in section 4.1.
3. Change the backup battery inserted in the motherboard by pulling out the cable and
undoing the cable tie.
4. Secure the new battery in its mounting with a cable tie.
5. Insert the battery connector in the motherboard.
6. Close the device.
!
Caution
Danger of damage!
Only replace the lithium battery with an identical battery or with a type
recommended by the manufacturer (Order No: W79084-E1003-B1).
Dispose of used batteries in keeping with local regulations.
Improper replacement of the battery poses danger of explosion.
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Backup battery removed
Figure 4-6
!
Position of the Backup Battery
Warning
Danger of bodily injury and damage to property, danger of release of noxious
matter.
A lithium battery can explode if mistreated and noxious matter might be released if
old batteries are disposed of wrongly.
Do not throw new or empty lithium batteries into the fire, and do not solder on the
cell housing; do not recharge lithium batteries or force them open.
Obtain lithium batteries only from Siemens (Order No: W79084-E1003-B1).
If possible, return old lithium batteries to the manufacturer or recycling facility or
dispose of them as special garbage.
Changing SETUP
If you change a battery or unplug the battery connector, you must run SETUP to
reset your device’s configuration data (refer to Chapter 5).
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4.4
Installing ISA/PCI Cards
Notes about the cards
The computing unit is designed for the use of cards as per the AT/PCI
specification. The dimensions of the cards must not exceed the stated dimensions.
If the height is exceeded, contact problems, malfunctions and difficulties with
installation cannot be ruled out. The illustrations show full length AT/PCI cards.
Depending on the slot, there might be constraints concerning the overall length.
106.7 mm
4.201”
175 mm
6.89
A31
Figure 4-7
A1
XT Card
121.92 mm
4.8”
175 mm
6.89
C18
Figure 4-8
C1
A31
A1
AT Card
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Figure 4-9
106.68 mm
4.2”
8.19 mm
0.322”
174.63 mm
6.875”
Short PCI Card (5 V)
Figure 4-10
106.68 mm
4.2”
8.19 mm
0.322”
265 mm
10.48 ”
Long PCI Card (5 V)
Note about long PCI cards
Before long PCI cards can be inserted in the guides of the fan trough, they must be
fitted with an extender (this should be included with the long PCI board). Long PCI
cards can be inserted in the guides of ISA modules by means of this extender.
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4.4.1
Removing and Installing the Device for Holding Down the
Modules
Use of devices for holding down the modules increases the resistance of the
modules to vibration. The device for holding down the modules is attached to the
system housing with a screw. It has three slits, through which the slide elements
are inserted.
Proceed as follows:
1. Open the housing as described in section 4.1.
2. Undo the fixing screw of the device for holding down the modules.
3. During assembly, ensure that the device for holding down the modules is
resting on the guide on the system housing.
Guide slits for slide elements
Figure 4-11
Fixing screw of device for
holding down the modules.
Removing and Installing an Expansion Board
Note
The slide elements are in the enclosed bag.
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Aligning the device for holding down the modules:
To install the device for holding down the modules, perform the following steps.
1. Insert the slide element through the guide slit until it is resting firmly on the
module. The module must now be introduced into the notch.
Caution
Do not exert pressure on the module! Therefore, do not use force to press the
slide module onto the module.
2. Remove the surplus slide element:
– Score the slide element at the top edge of the support with a knife and snap
it off.
– Nip off the surplus with a sharp side cutter.
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4.4.2
Removing and Installing an ISA/PCI Card
Proceed as follows:
1. Open the housing as described in section 4.1.
2. Remove all the connectors from the module and make a note of their
assignment.
3. Remove the device for holding down the modules as described in section 4.4.1.
4. Undo the screw on the slot plate of the module.
5. Pull the module out of its slot.
6. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new module.
Slots for expansion boards
Figure 4-12
Device for holding down the modules
Removing and Installing an Expansion Board
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4.5
Removing and Installing Drives
The basic configuration of the computing unit includes a 3.5” floppy disk drive and
a 3.5” hard disk. An LS 120 drive is possible for custom solutions.
4.5.1
Removing and Installing the Hard Disk
The hard disk is used to store large quantities of data. It is installed on a
vibration-damped mounting that is easy to replace.
Caution
Danger of data being lost and the drive damaged
Drives are very sensitive to unacceptable vibrations. During operation, vibrations can
result in a loss of data or damage to the drive or a data medium.
If you wish to ship the device, wait until the drive has come to rest after you turn off
the device. (Approximately 20 s.)
1. Undo the 4 screws on the back of the system housing.
2. Swing open the drive cage.
3. Detach the drive cage from its mounting and place the drive cage face down on
the system housing.
4. Make a note of the cable assignment and detach the cables.
5. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new drive. The new drive must be of
the same type as the one removed.
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Fixing screws
Figure 4-13
Removing and Installing the Drive Cage
Figure 4-14
Hard Disk with Cage Removed
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4.5.2
Removing and Installing a CD-ROM Drive
Depending on the hardware configuration of the device, a CD-ROM drive is
installed on the computing unit. The mounting depth of the SIMATIC PC is
increased by 20 mm as a result of its installation.
1. Undo the 2 screws on the back of the system housing.
2. Remove the cover of the CD-ROM drive.
3. Undo the three screws which secure the CD-ROM on the mounting.
4. Remove the CD-ROM drive from the mounting and carefully pull off the data
cable.
5. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new drive.
Fixing screws for CD-ROM cover
Figure 4-15
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Computing unit with CD-ROM drive
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4.5.3
Removing and Installing the Floppy Disk Drive
1. Remove the hard disk mounting as described in section 4.5.1.
2. Undo the interlocking of the controller flexible cable on the motherboard and pull
the flexible cable out of the plug connection.
3. Undo the two fixing screws (TORX T8) on the system housing.
4. Lift the floppy disk drive upwards out of the housing.
5. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new drive. The new drive must be of
the same type as the one removed.
Floppy disk drive fixing screws
Figure 4-16
Installing the floppy disk drive
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4.5.4
Removing and Installing the LS 120 Drive
To remove and install the LS120 drive, perform the same steps as for installing the
floppy disk drive.
1. Remove the hard disk mounting as described in section 4.5.1.
2. Release the cable clamp assembly of the controller flexible cable on and pull
the flexible cable out of the plug connection.
3. Undo the two fixing screws (TORX T8) on the system housing.
4. Lift the LS120 drive upwards out of the housing.
5. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new drive.
LS120 drive fixing screws
Figure 4-17
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Screw for the LS 120 cable clamp assembly
Installing the LS120 Drive
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4.6
Removing and Installing the Power Supply
1. Open the system housing as described in section 4.1.
2. Remove the drive mounting as described in section 4.5.1.
3. Undo and remove the 3 screws of the cover of the power supply unit from the
system housing.
4. Undo the two fixing screws (TORX T10) on the system housing.
5. Pull the power supply unit upwards out of the system housing.
6. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new power supply unit.
Cover of the power supply unit
Power supply unit
Figure 4-18
Removing and Installing the Power Supply
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4.7
Removing and Installing the Wiring Backplane
1. Open the system housing as described in section 4.1.
2. Remove all the modules from their slots (perform the steps described in
section 4.4.2).
3. Remove the drive mounting as described in section 4.5.1.
4. Remove the power supply unit as described in section 4.6.
5. Undo the screw on the motherboard.
6. Pull the wiring backplane from the motherboard.
7. Proceed in the reverse order to install the new wiring backplane.
Wiring backplane
Figure 4-19
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Wiring backplane fixing screws
Removing and Installing the Wiring Backplane
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4.7.1
Removing and Installing the Motherboard
1. Open the system housing as described in section 4.1.
2. Remove all the modules from their slots (perform the steps described in
section 4.4.2).
3. Remove the drive mounting as described in section 4.5.1.
4. Remove the power supply unit as described in section 4.6.
5. Undo 7 screws on the motherboard and undo 10 hexagon head cap screws at
the interfaces.
6. Remove the wiring backplane and the motherboard.
7. Proceed in the reverse order to install the motherboard.
Fixing screws on the motherboard
Figure 4-20
Fixing Screws on the Motherboard
The motherboard is supplied as a spare part without a processor, memory
submodules or wiring backplane.
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4.8
Removing and Installing the Fan
The computing unit is cooled by means of a fan, which extracts hot air out of the
housing.
1. Open the system housing as described in section 4.1.
2. Pull off the fan cable connector on the basic board.
3. The fan is secured to the system housing by two plastic rivets. Undo the rivets
by pressing out the gudgeon from the rear of the rivet shank.
4. Remove the fan.
5. Proceed in the reverse order for assembly.
Fan
Figure 4-21
Plastic rivets
Removing and Installing the Fan
Note
Fit only a fan of the same type!
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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 is pointing towards the housing wall.
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4.9
Processor Upgrade
You can boost the performance capability of your computing unit by installing other
processors. Consult your local service partner or distributor.
Note
Processor upgrade
If the processor is upgraded, for example to a processor with a different frequency,
it might be necessary to upgrade the BIOS.
Processor module
with heat sink
Figure 4-22
Fixing screws
Position of the Processor
Proceed as follows:
1. Open the system housing as described in section 4.1 and remove all expansion
boards (refer to section 4.4.2).
2. Undo the 3 fixing screws (TORX T6) of the module on the motherboard.
3. Then you can remove the CPU from the computer housing.
4. Proceed in the reverse order for assembly.
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The processor is supplied as a spare part without a heat sink.
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4.10
Switch Adjustment/Jumpers
TTY jumpers (S1)
S1-1
S1-2
Function
On
On
Active TTY port (default setting)
On
Off
TTY loop transmit isolated from power source (passive setting)
Off
On
TTY loop receive isolated from power source (passive setting)
1
2
Off
On
Figure 4-23
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Jumper Setting, TTY Port Active
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4.11
Network Connections and Interconnections
4.11.1
Connecting the MPI/DP Port
Connecting a PROFIBUS-DP network via the MPI/DP port
You can connect the computing unit to PROFIBUS-DP networks via the isolated *)
MPI/DP port. The physical connection is established with SINEC-L2 components for
stationary connections or using the 5 m long MPI connecting cable for non-stationary
connections. SINEC-L2 components and MPI connecting cables are not included in
the scope of supply of the computing unit and have to be ordered separately. The MPI
connecting cable (5 m) can only be used for transfer rates up to 187.5 Kbaud.
To connect the computing unit to a PROFIBUS-DP network, perform the following
steps:
1. Turn your device off.
2. Plug the power lead (of SINEC-L2 components or MPI connecting cable) onto
the MPI/DP socket of your computing unit and secure the connector by
tightening the screw-type lock.
3. Turn your computing unit on.
Caution
Danger of damage being caused to the device
Always discharge your body’s charge before inserting power leads and connecting
cables by briefly touching a grounded object (ESD Guidelines).
MPI/PROFIBUS-DP network
Up to 32 devices (computing units, programming devices, PLCs or DP
components) can be interconnected to form a network segment. The physical
connection to the PROFIBUS-DP network is via an isolated *) RS458 interface,
which is an integral part of the interface.
Several PROFIBUS-DP network segments can be connected via repeaters.
The complete PROFIBUS-DP network can consist of up to 127 nodes. The data
transfer rate on the MPI network is 187.5 kbaud, whereas on the PROFIBUS-DP
network data transfer rates of 9.6 kbaud to 1.5 Mbaud are supported by the
MPI/DP interface.
Note
You will find information on how to configure a PROFIBUS-DP network in the
manual ”Programmable Controller S7-300, Configuration, CPU Data” Order No.
6ES7 398-8AA03-8AA0.
*)
Isolated within the safety extra-low voltage circuit SELV
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4.11.2
Point-to-Point Connection
Point-to-point connection
This section describes the options for connecting your computing unit to a
programming unit or a programmable controller in a point-to-point connection.
A point-to-point connection is possible by connecting the computing unit to a
programming unit or a programmable controller by means of:
S
a V.24 connection
S
a TTY connection
You will find detailed notes in section 6.12.
Configuring notes for interfaces with current loop (TTY, 20 mA)
Different criteria have to be taken into account for reliable operation of a
connection. The maximum data transfer rate (baud rate) depends on the required
distance, the type of cable, the pin assignment of the interface and external
interference.
Rules
Observe the following generally applicable rules to reduce interference:
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The shielded cable used must have a low line resistance (< 130 W/km) and a
low capacitance (< 90 pF/m). Twisted-pair cables are less susceptible to
inductive interference. A low line resistance result in reduced voltage
excursions and shorter charge reversal times; the line resistance decreases
with increasing conductor cross-section for the same length of cable.
S
The shorter the data transmission link, the higher the maximum possible
transfer rate.
S
If there is an active transmitter and an active receiver at the same end of the
transmission link, the sequence of access priority to the transmission circuit
must be taken into account in order to achieve the longest possible
transmission link.
S
Signal lines and power lines must not be run together. Signal lines must be
installed as far away as possible from sources of strong interference (for
example, 400 V 3-phase power cables).
S
The active TTY interface with a 12 V open-circuit voltage has been tested on a
1000 m long cable at a transmission rate of 9600 bps in an environment with
normal levels of noise (field strength < 3 V/m). If a LiYCY 5 x 1x 0.14 shielded
cable is used, reliable transmission is possible over a distance of up to 1000 m.
The AS511 driver was used for testing (only one transmitter at a time).
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The interference field of the source of interference is reduced by the square of the
distance.
Connecting the computing unit to an S5 programmable controller
You can connect the computing unit to a SIMATIC S5 programmable controller
using the COM1/TTY interface.
To connect the computing unit to a SIMATIC S5 programmable controller, perform
the following steps:
1. Turn your computing unit off.
2. Plug the connecting cable onto the COM1 /V.24/PLC port.
!
Caution
Danger of damage being caused to the device
If you interchange the connectors, or use wrong connecting cables, the port might
be damaged. Be careful not to plug the TTY cable in the LPT 1 port of the
computing unit instead of the COM1/TTY port.
Always discharge your body’s charge and the charge of connecting cables before
plugging in connecting cables by briefly touching a grounded object (ESD
Guidelines).
Use only the original connecting cable for the connection to the programmable
controller.
The computing unit and the programmable controller must be operated at the
same protective conductor voltage.
Connecting the computing unit via an adapter
An adapter is available for connecting the computing unit to the PLC with earlier
standard connecting cables.
Interface
Connection
Connecting cable
Adapter
6ES5 734-2BD20
TTY interface
(COM1)
Computing unit with
SIMATIC S5 programmable
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15-pin
6ES5 731-6AG00
6ES5 731-0xxx0
25-pin
6ES5 731-6AG00
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High data transfer rate at distances up to 1000 m
In order to maintain a data transmission rate of 9600 bps up to a distance of
1000 m, the receive diode is connected to ground (reference) via the connecting
cable. Cables of various lengths are available under the order number
6ES5 734-2xxx0 (xxx stands for the length code).
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Reset Button
A hardware reset is initiated by means of the reset button on your device. The
computing unit is restarted (cold restart).
On the computing unit, the reset button is located on the drive side beside the
floppy disk drive. The reset button can only be operated with the aid of a pointed
object (for example, tip of a ball-point pen or elongated paper clip). The position of
the reset button is marked in the illustration of the computing unit below.
Reset button
Figure 4-24
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Reset Button on the Computing Unit
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5
What does this chapter contain?
In this chapter, you will learn how to configure your computing unit. You need to
do this if you want to change your system by adding, removing, or exchanging
an extension board, memory expansion module, or by replacing a system
module.
Chapter Overview
In Section You Will Find
on Page
5.1
Modifying the Device Configuration with SETUP
5-2
5.1.1
The Main Menu
5-4
5.1.2
The Advanced Menu
5-12
5.1.3
The Security Menu
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5.1.4
The Power Menu
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5.1.5
The Boot Sequence Menu
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5.1.6
The Version Menu
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5.1.7
The Exit Menu
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5.2
Configuring the PC Card Interface
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5.1
Modifying the Device Configuration with SETUP
Modifying the device configuration
The device configuration of your computing unit is preset for working with the
software supplied to you. You should only modify the preset values if you have
performed technical modifications to your device or if a fault occurs when the unit
is powered up.
SETUP program
The Setup program is in the ROM BIOS. The system configuration settings are
stored in the battery-protected memory of the computing unit.
You can use Setup to define the hardware configuration (for example, hard disk
type) and system properties. Setup is also used to set the system date and time on
the clock module.
Incorrect SETUP data
If incorrect SETUP data are detected when you boot the system, the BIOS
prompts you to
S
start the SETUP program by pressing F2 or
S
continue booting by pressing F1.
Starting SETUP
On completion of the startup test (warm or cold restart), the BIOS gives you the
opportunity of starting the SETUP program. The following message appears on the
display:
PRESS < F2 > to enter SETUP
Press F2 for as long as the BIOS prompt appears.
When the computing unit is delivered to you, the default settings apply, but you can
change and save them. The changes take effect upon completion of the BIOS
Setup.
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After BIOS Setup has started, the following dialog box appears on the screen:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Title bar
Menu bar
Main
Advanced
System Time:
Selectable
submenu
Security
Power
System Date:
[ 15:35:32 ]
[ 01/23/1999 ]
Diskette A:
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
[ 1.44 MB, 31/2” ]
[4326 MB]
[None]
[None]
[None]
Memory Cache:
Boot Options
Keyboard Features
Hardware Options
[Write Back]
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
Shift Tab
TAB
selects field.
, or
F0 5A
Example:
Hour/Minute/Second
Month/Day/Year
Help window
System Memory:
Extended Memory:
Operator control bar
Figure 5-1
640 KB
64512 KB
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
F9
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
F10 Save and Exit
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
Menu SETUP Main
Menu structure
The screen is split into four sections. In the top section, you can select the
different menu screens. In the left of center section, you can choose the
different settings or submenus. In the right of center section, you are given
small pieces of help information on the menu option you have currently chosen.
The bottom section contains notes on the functions of keys.
You can move between the menu screens using the arrow keys ← LEFT and →
RIGHT.
Menu
Meaning
Main
System functions are set here
Advanced
An extensive system configuration can be performed here
Security
Security functions are set here, for example a password
Power Savings
Power conservation functions can be chosen here
Boot Sequence
The boot priorities are set here
Version
Here you will find information about the version of the computing unit
EXIT
Used for exiting and saving
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5.1.1
The Main Menu
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
System Time:
Power
System Date:
[ 15:35:32 ]
[ 01/23/1999 ]
Diskette A:
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
[ 1.44 MB, 31/2” ]
[4326 MB]
[None]
[None]
[None]
Memory Cache:
Boot Options
Keyboard Features
Hardware Options
[Write Back]
System Memory:
Extended Memory:
Figure 5-2
Security
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
Shift Tab
TAB
selects field.
, or
F0 5A
Example:
Hour/Minute/Second
Month/Day/Year
640 KB
64512 KB
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
F9
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
F10 Save and Exit
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
Main SETUP Menu
Settings in the Main Menu
On the Main menu, you can choose between the following system settings
boxes using the arrow keys ↑ and ↓:
Field
Meaning
System Time
Current time
System Date
Current calendar date
Disk A:
Type of installed floppy disk drive.
With LS 120 drive [Disabled]
Primary Master
Type of installed drives.
Boot Options
For setting boot options
Memory Cache
Secondary Master
Cache options
Type of installed drives.
Keyboard Features Keyboard interface (for example, NUM Lock, Typematic Rate)
Hardware Options
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System Time and System Date Time and date
System Time and System Date display the current values. Once you have
selected the appropriate box, you can use the + and – keys to modify the
Hour:Minute:Second and Month/Day/Year settings.
You can move between the entries in the System Time and System Date boxes
(for example, from Hour to Minute) using the tabulator key.
Diskette A Disk drive
Here you set the type of floppy disk drive installed on the computing unit. The
following entries are possible:
[Disabled]
If there is no disk drive or LS 120 drive. Default setting for an installed
LS 120 drive.
[360 KB,5 1/4”]
[1.2 MB,5 1/4”]
[720 KB,3 1/2”]
[1.44 MB, 3 1/2”]
Default setting for an installed disk drive A
[2.88 MB, 3 1/2”]
Primary Master, Primary Slave, Secondary Master, Secondary Slave
The system goes to the following submenu, for example, when you select one of
these menu options:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Primary Master [4326MB]
Item Specific Help
Type:
Cylinders:
Heads:
Total Sectors
Maximum Capacity
[Auto]
[8940]
[
15]
[8448300]
4326MB
Multi-Sector Transfers:
LBA Mode Control:
32 Bit I/O:
Transfer Mode:
Ultra DMA Mode:
[16 Sectors]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[FPIO 4 / DMA 2]
[Disabled]
F1 Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-3
Select Item
[AUTO] (recommended)
Autotypes installed
IDE-devices
[USER]
Enter parameters of
IDE-devices installed
at this connection
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu Enter Select
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Example: Primary Master
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Type
The parameters you can select here are normally stored on your IDE drive. The
Auto setting in the Type field means that these values are automatically read
from the drive and saved (Autodetect).
If the Type field is selected for a drive that does not exist, a timer times out in
approximately 1 minute and the entries remain unchanged. It is sensible to set
Auto only for those interfaces to which a drive is connected.
Select User if you want to define the hard-disk type yourself. In addition, you will
also then have to set the other fields, such as Cylinder, Heads, to the correct
values for the type of hard disk concerned.
Multi-Sector Transfer
The entry in the Multi-Sector Transfer box defines the number of blocks (sectors)
transferred per interrupt. The value depends on the drive and should be set only
by setting the Type field to Auto.
Disabled
2,4,8,16 Sectors
LBA Mode Control
If the LBA Mode Control field is set to Enabled, the system supports hard disk
capacities greater than 528 Mbytes. The value depends on the drive and should
be set only by setting the Type field to Auto.
32 Bit I/O
The setting in the 32 Bit I/O field defines the mode of access to the drive:
Disabled
16-bit access
Enabled
32-bit access (default)
Transfer Mode, Ultra DMA Mode
The settings in these fields define the interface’s data transfer rate. The value
depends on the drive and should be set only by setting the Type field to Auto.
Press ESC to exit the submenu.
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Memory Cache
The following shortcut menu when you choose this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
System Time:
System Date:
Diskette A:
[ 15:35:32 ]
[ 01/23/1999 ]
Item Specific Help
[ 1.44 MB, 31/2” ]
Controls caching of system
conventional memory and
memory above one megabyte
Primary Master
Primary Slave
Secondary Master
Secondary Slave
[4326MB]
[None]
[CD-ROM]
[None]
Memory Cache:
Boot Options
Keyboard Features
Hardware Options
[Write
System Memory:
Extended Memory:
Disabled
Write Through
Write Back
640 KB
63 MB
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
F9
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 5-4
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
Memory Cache Menu
A cache is a fast memory buffer between the CPU and main memory (DRAM).
Recurrent memory access operations are executed in the fast cache, instead of
main memory, if the function is enabled. In rare instances involving some hardware
and software combinations, it may be necessary to disable the cache because the
program execution times or delays are too short on account of the fast cache.
[Disabled]
Cache is disabled
[Write Through]
Write access is not completed until the entry has been made in main
memory.
[Write Back]
Write access is completed immediately. The entry in main memory
takes place in the background (default)
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Boot Options
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Boot Options
QuickBoot Mode:
Item Specific Help
[Enabled]
SETUP prompt:
[Enabled]
POST Errors:
[Enabled]
Floppy check:
[Disabled]
Summary screen:
[Enabled]
Allows the system to skip certain tests while booting. This
will decrease the time needed
to boot the system.
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
Figure 5-5
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Boot Options Submenu
Quick Boot
Mode
Some hardware tests are skipped when the system starts up, thus
speeding up the boot procedure.
SETUP prompt
The message PRESS to enter Setup appears at the bottom of the
screen during the system load phase.
POST Errors
The load operation is stopped if an error is detected during the system
load phase, and you must press F1 to acknowledge. Enter Disabled to
avoid the necessity of acknowledging this error, for example if no
keyboard is connected.
Floppy check
The floppy head is stepped inward and then back to its original position
in the system load phase. This test is useful because it reinitializes the
drive.
Summary
screen
The most important system parameters are displayed on the screen
when the system load phase is completed.
The entry Enabled means that the function has been active; Disabled means it
is inactive.
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Example of a summary screen:
PhoenixBIOS Set Up Utility
SIMATIC Box
Pentium  PII
266 MHz
CPU:
CPU Speed
System
Extended
Shadow RAM:
Cache RAM:
Hard Disk 0:
Hard Disk 1:
Hard Disk 2:
Hard Disk 3:
Figure 5-6
PC 620
640 KB
63 MB
384 KB
512 kB
6495 MB
None
BIOS Version:
V7....
System ROM:
BIOS Date:
Fxx – FFFF
03/06/97
COM Ports:
LPT Ports:
Display Type:
PS/2 Mouse:
03F8, 02F8
0378
VGA
Installed
Diskette A:
1,44 MB, 31/2 ”
None
Summary Screen
The Summary screen appears when the system load phase finishes.
Keyboard Features
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Keyboard Features
Numlock:
Key Click:
[On]
Keyboard auto-repeat rate:
[30/sec]
[Disabled]
Item Specific Help
Selects Power-on state for
Numlock on next boot
Keyboard auto-repeat delay: [1/2 sec]
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
Figure 5-7
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Keyboard Features Submenu
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Numlock
Switches Numlock on or off following power on
Key Click
A keystroke can be heard.
Keyboard auto-repeat rate
Increase in automatic key repeat rate
Hardware Options
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Hardware Options
Item Specific Help
PCI - MPI / DP:
On Board Ethernet
Ethernet Address:
Cardbus/PCMCIA Slot:
SafeCard functions:
Legacy USB Support:
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[080006247000]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
CRT / LCD selection:
CRT 640 X 480:
CRT 800 X 600:
CRT 1024 X 768:
LCD-Screensize:
DSTN Contrast:
[SIMULTAN]
[75 Hz]
[75 Hz]
[75 Hz]
[Graph& Text Expand]
[154]
Trackball / PS/2 Mouse::
[Auto]
Enable or disable the
PCI - Multi Point
Interface (MPI / DP)
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
Figure 5-8
F9
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Hardware Options Submenu
The parameters of the interfaces present on the basic board are set here.
Entry
Meaning
PCI-MPI/DP
Enables the CP5611-compatible MPI/DP interface. The resources are
managed by the BIOS PCI Plug&Play mechanism.
On Board
Ethernet
Enabled
The Ethernet port on the basic board is enabled.
Disabled
The Ethernet port on the basic board is disabled.
Ethernet
Address
The individual Ethernet address is entered here.
Card bus /
PCMCIA Slot
Disabled
Disables the Cardbus/PCMCIA interfaces.
Enabled
The resources are managed by the BIOS PCI Plug&Play
mechanism.
SafeCard
functions
Enabled
On-board monitoring functions are enabled.
Disabled
No monitoring functions.
The relevant driver and application must be started for operation of the
monitoring functions.
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Entry
Legacy USB
Support:
CRT / LCD
selection
Meaning
Disabled
A USB-capable operating system with the corresponding
drivers is required to operate a USB keyboard or USB
mouse. Setup adjustments can still be made with a USB
keyboard.
Enabled
USB keyboard and USB mouse are not supported by the
operating systems without USB capability. Operating
systems not having USB capability can be used.
LCD
Enabled
All data are output only to the internal LCD,
the 15-pin VGA port is disabled
CRT
Enabled
For maximum resolution, the display signals are output
only to the 15-pin VGA port; the LCD interface of the VGA
controller is disabled
SIMULTAN
Both display interfaces are operated simultaneously.
However, the LCD does not support all resolutions.
CRT 640 x 480
Image refresh rate with a resolution of 640x480 pixels
CRT 800 x 600
Image refresh rate with a resolution of 800x600 pixels
CRT
1024 x 768
Image refresh rate with a resolution of 1024x768 pixels
LCD-Screensize
Normal
The display window in Text and Graphic modes is not
expanded to full screen size.
Text
expand
Only the Text modes are expanded to full screen size.
Graph&Text The Text and Graphic modes are expanded to full screen
expand
size.
DSTN Contrast
The contrast of DSTN displays is set here. Range: 0-255
Trackball/
PS/2 mouse
Internal
The PS/2 port is activated (default setting). This means the
trackball is activated. IRQ 12 is assigned.
External
The PS/2 port is activated; IRQ 12 is assigned. The
keyboard trackball is disabled; an external PS/2 mouse
must be connected. If no external mouse is connected
when the system boots, the BIOS deactivates the PS/2
port.
Auto
Automatic detection of the type of mouse connected. A
PS/2 mouse takes priority over the keyboard trackball.
Disabled
The PS/2 port is deactivated; IRQ 12 is available.
Note:
Any change to this interface will not come into effect until
the computing unit is switched off and on again.
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5.1.2
The Advanced Menu
Menu structure
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Boot Sequence
Power
Setup Warning:
Setting items on this menu to incorrect values
may cause your system to malfunction.
COM / LPT Configuration
PCI Configuration
Installed O/S:
Reset Configuration Data:
[Other]
[No]
Floppy disk controller:
Local Bus IDE adapter:
Large Disk Access Mode:
Hard disk Pre-Delay:
Memory Gap at 15 Mbyte:
[Enabled]
[Primary & Secondary]
[DOS]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
EXIT
Peripheral Configuration
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
Figure 5-9
Version
Item Specific Help
F9
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
The Advanced Menu
Settings in the Advanced Menu
Field
Installed O/S
Meaning
Plug&Play means that fitted modules are automatically detected and
installed, providing they support Plug&Play functions.
Other
The BIOS handles the entire Plug&Play capability, (default
setting)
Win98
The operating system handles some of the Plug&Play
functions
Reset
Configuration
Data
Yes
All installations under Plug&Play are deleted and the
configuration is triggered the next time the system boots.
Then entry is then reset to No. System components that do
not support Plug&Play have to be entered manually.
Floppy disk
controller
Enables or disables the floppy controller of the basic board
Local Bus IDE
adapter
Primary
One IDE interface for max. two drives.
Secondary One IDE interface for max. two drives.
Primary & Secondary
Two IDE interfaces for max. four drives.
Disabled
5-12
No local IDE interface.
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Field
Meaning
Large Disk
Access Mode
DOS
The drive tables are adapted for DOS access operations
in accordance with Enhanced IDE.
Other
The tables are not adapted.
Harddisk
Pre-Delay
Disabled
No additional startup delay for the hard disk.
3 – 30
Additional startup delay for the secondary hard disk can
be selected; needed only for older-generation hard disks.
Memory Gap at
15 MByte
Disabled
The area from 15 to 16 Mbytes is not available as PC-card
memory.
Enabled
The area from 15 to 16 Mbytes is enabled for PC cards
which can use this address space.
COM/LPT Configuration
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Advanced
Item Specific Help
COM / LPT Configuration
Internal COM 1:
Base I/O address:
Interrupt:
COM 1 TTY
[Enabled]
[3F8]
[IRQ 4]
[Disabled]
Configure internal COM port
using options:
Internal COM2:
Base I/O address:
Interrupt:
[Enabled]
[2F8]
[IRQ 3]
Internal LPT1:
Mode:
Base I/O address:
Interrupt:
[Enabled]
[Bi-directional]
[378]
[IRQ 7]
[Disabled]
No configuration
[Enabled]
User configuration
[Auto]
BIOS or OS chooses
configuration
[OS Controlled]
Controlled by OS
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
Figure 5-10
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
COM/LPT Configuration menu
Field
Internal COM1
Meaning
Disabled
The resources assigned to an interface are freed.
Base I/O address
Sets the base input/output address. It is preassigned and
recommended accordingly.
Interrupt
Sets the interrupt. It is preassigned and recommended
accordingly.
COM1 TTY
Sets either V.24 (RS 232) (default setting) and TTY.
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Field
Meaning
Internal COM2
Disabled
The resources assigned to an interface are freed.
Base I/O address
Sets the base input/output address. It is preassigned and
recommended accordingly.
Interrupt
Sets the interrupt. It is preassigned and recommended
accordingly.
Internal LPT1
Disabled
The resources assigned to an interface are freed.
Mode
Use this setting to set the operating mode of the printer interface.
Make sure that the setting matches the data terminal you
connected. Refer to the documentation for the device for the
setting.
Base I/O address
Sets the base input/output address. It is preassigned and
recommended accordingly.
Interrupt
Sets the interrupt. It is preassigned and recommended
accordingly.
PCI Configuration
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Advanced
PCI Configuration
Item Specific Help
PCI Device, Slot #1
PCI Device, Slot #2
Setup items for configuring The
specific PCI device
on board PCI Ethernet
PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
PCI
PCI
PCI
PCI
IRQ
IRQ
IRQ
IRQ
1:
2:
3:
4:
[Auto Select]
[Auto Select]
[Auto Select]
[Auto Select]
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
Figure 5-11
5-14
line
line
line
line
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
PCI Configuration Submenu
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PCI Device Field
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility.
Advanced
PCI Devices, Slot #1
Option ROM Scan
Enable Master:
Latency Timer:
F1
Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-12
Item Specific Help
Initialize device expansion
ROM
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[0040h]
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
F9
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
PCI Devices, Slot #1 Submenu
Field
Meaning
Option ROM
Scan
Enabled
The option ROM of the PCI module (if present) is enabled
Disabled
The option ROM of a PCI module is disabled.
Enable Master
Enabled
This slot can assume the PCI master function
Disabled
This slot can only operate as a PCI slave.
Default
The number of active PCI clock cycles of the master
modules are determined by the module
0020H –
00E0H
With these settings, the maximum active
PCI clock cycles are set to the selected value.
Latency Timer
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On board PCI Ethernet field
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility.
Advanced
Item Specific Help
on board PCI Ethernet
Option ROM Scan
Enable Master:
Latency Timer:
F1
Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-13
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
F9
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
On board PCI Ethernet submenu
Field
Meaning
Option ROM
Scan
Enabled
The option ROM of the PCI module (if present) is enabled
Disabled
The option ROM of a PCI module is disabled.
Enable Master
Enabled
This slot can assume the PCI master function
Disabled
This slot can only operate as a PCI slave.
Default
The number of active PCI clock cycles of the master
modules are determined by the module
0020H –
00E0H
With these settings, the maximum active
PCI clock cycles are set to the selected value.
Latency Timer
5-16
Initialize device expansion
ROM
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[0040h]
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PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion field
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility.
Advanced
PCI / PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion
Item Specific Help
Reserves the specified
IRQ for use by legacy
ISA devices
IRQ 3:
IRQ 4:
IRQ 5:
IRQ 9:
IRQ 10:
IRQ 11:
[Available]
[Available]
[Available]
[Available]
[Available]
[Available]
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
ESC
EXIT
Figure 5-14
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
PCI/PNP ISA IRQ Resource Exclusion submenu
Available
The Plug&Play mechanism in BIOS can allocate the IRQ to
plug&play modules or motherboard functions.
Reserved
Use only if the interrupt concerned has to be assigned specifically
to PCMCIA modules without plug&play capability.
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PCI IRQ line field
The system goes to the following submenu when you select this menu option:
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility.
Advanced
Item Specific Help
PCI Configuration
PCI devices can use
hardware interrupts called IRQs. A PCI device
cannot use IRQs already
in use by ISA or EISA devices. Use ’Auto’ only if
no ISA or EISA legacy
cards are installed
PCI/PNP ISA Resource Exclusion
Disabled
Auto Select
3
4
5
7
9
10
11
12
14
15
PCI IRQ line 1:
PCI IRQ line 2:
PCI IRQ line 3:
PCI IRQ line 4:
F1 Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-15
Disabled
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
PCI Configuration Submenu
No interrupt possible for this PCI-IRQ line.
Auto Select The plug&play mechanism in BIOS selects unassigned interrupts
and allocates them to the on-board PCI device.
3 to 15
5-18
The PCI-IRQ line is permanently assigned to the selected
interrupt. Do not use this setting unless it is specifically required in
your application’s documentation.
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5.1.3
The Security Menu
Overview
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Supervisor Password is
User Password is
Power
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Set Supervisor Password
Set User Password
[Enter]
[Enter]
Password on boot:
[Disabled]
Fixed disk boot sector:
[Normal]
Diskette access:
[Supervisor]
F1 Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-16
Boot Sequence
Version
Item Specific Help
EXIT
Supervisor Password controls
access to the setup utility
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
F9
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Security submenu
Field
Supervisor
Password is
Meaning
Disabled
Password is active. Used of floppy disks is prevented, and
use of hard disk is restricted.
Enabled
Certain Setup fields can be configured by the user, including the supervisor password.
The field resets automatically from Disabled to Enabled when the
password is entered.
User Password
is
Disabled
Password is active. BIOS Setup cannot be opened until
the password has been entered.
Enabled
Certain Setup fields can be configured by the user, including the user password.
The field resets automatically from Disabled to Enabled when the
password is entered.
Set Supervisor
Password
This field opens the dialog box for entering a password. Once it has been
entered, the supervisor password can be changed by entering a new
password or deleted by pressing Return and thus deactivated.
Set User Password
This field opens the dialog box for entering a password. Once it has been
entered correctly, the user password can be changed by entering a new
password or deleted by pressing Return and thus deactivated.
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Field
Meaning
Password on
boot
Disabled
No password required for system boot.
Enabled
Supervisor or user password must be entered for system
boot.
Fixed disk boot
sector
Normal
All types of hard-disk access are permitted.
Diskette access
This mode of protection is not active unless Password on boot is set to
Enabled.
Protected No operating system can be installed. This is a way of
protecting against boot viruses.
Supervisor Diskette access is not possible unless the supervisor
password was entered during system boot.
User
5-20
Diskette access is not possible unless the user password
was entered during system boot.
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5.1.4
The Power Menu
Overview
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Power
APM:
Power Savings:
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Standby Timeout:
Suspend Timeout:
Off
Off
Hard Disk Timeout:
[Disabled]
Fan Control:
[Enabled]
F1 Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-17
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
APM (Advanced Power Management)
allows APM aware software to
manage power savings, if enabled
Disabled
Customized
Maximum Power Savings
Maximum Performance
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
F9
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Power submenu
The Power menu offers a number of power saver modes for environmentally
friendly computing:
Field
Meaning
APM
(Advanced
Power
Management)
Enabled
Power Savings
Disabled No power-saving functions
Customized, Maximum Power Savings, Maximum Performance
User-selectable and preset power saving functions for
maximum and minimum power saving. You can set the
parameters for Standby/Suspend Timeouts and Fixed
Disk Timeout, or they are set automatically or set to their
defaults.
Standby
Timeout
OFF
No Standby mode
30
seconds or
1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 16
minutes after your computing unit goes to Standby mode.
Suspend
Timeout
OFF
No Suspend mode
1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30
minutes after the computing unit goes to Suspend mode.
Disabled
The operating system can shut down system resources
when they are not needed.
The operating system is denied APM access.
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Field
5-22
Meaning
Hard Disk
Timeout
Disabled The hard disk does not shut down.
10, 15, 30, 60
minutes after the last hard-disk access the hard disk is
shut down. The next time it is accessed, the hard disk
starts spinning again after a brief delay.
Fan Control
Enabled
Disabled
Fan speed depends on temperature.
Fan always runs at full speed
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5.1.5
The Boot Sequence Menu
Overview
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Power
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
+ Diskette Drive
Keys used to view or configure devices:
<Enter> expands or collapses
devices with a + or –
<+> and <–> moves the device up or
down.
<Ctrl+Enter> expands all
+ Removable Device
+ Hard Drive
ATAPI CD-ROM Drive
F1 Help
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
F9
ESC EXIT
Select Menu
Enter Select
F10 Save and Exit
Figure 5-18
Sub-Menu
Setup Defaults
BOOT-Sequence Submenu
This menu lists the boot devices in prioritized groups.
The boot sources are displayed in groups. The group with the highest priority is at
the top. The procedure for changing the sequence is as follows:
Use the ↑, ↓ keys to select a group. Use the +, – keys to move the group to its new
position in the sequence.
Note
During startup the boot drive can be selected with ESC.
Groups marked + contain more than one device. When you select a group marked
in this way, hit Enter to view the list of devices in the group. See the figure below
for an illustration:
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Main
Advanced
Security
Power
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
–Diskette Drive
Keys used to view or configure devices:
<Enter> expands or collapses
devices with a + or –
<Ctrl+Enter> expands all
<+> and <–> moves the device up or
down.
Floppy Drive
–Removable Devices
Floppy Drive
–Hard Drive
IFUJITSU MPD3043AT-(PM)
Alternate Device
ATAPI CD-ROM Drive
F1 Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-19
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
BOOT-Sequence Submenu
This screen shows all possible boot sources. Within a given group the highest
priority device is always listed first. Here again, you can change the sequence as
described above.
If a boot device is not available, the next device in the sequence is automatically
checked to ascertain whether it is bootable.
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5.1.6
The Version Menu
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Power
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
SIMATIC
Box PC 620
BIOS Version
V07.0 xx
BIOS Number
–A5E00016562-xxxx
MPI/DP Firmware
V01
CPU Type
CPU Speed
CPU ID
Module ID
Code Revision
Dixon
300 MHz
066A
0001
000D
F1 Help
ESC
EXIT
Figure 5-20
All items on this menu cannot be modified in user mode. If any items require changes, please consult your
system Supervisor.
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
Sub-Menu
F9
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Example of Version Submenu
Note
You should keep this information at hand whenever you have technical queries
about your system.
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5.1.7
The Exit Menu
Overview
The setup program is always terminated using this menu.
PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility
Main
Advanced
Security
Power
Boot Sequence
Version
EXIT
Item Specific Help
Save Changes & Exit
Exit Without Saving Changes
Get Default Values
Load Previous Values
Save Changes
F1 Help
ESC EXIT
Figure 5-21
Exit System Setup and save your
changes to CMOS.
Select Item
+ / – Change Values
Select Menu
Enter Select
Setup Defaults
F10 Save and Exit
Exit Submenu
Field
5-26
F9
Sub-Menu
Meaning
Save Changes &
Exit
All changes are saved; a system restart is then carried out with the
new parameters.
Exit Without
Saving Changes
All changes are rejected; a system restart is then carried out with the
old parameters.
Get Default
Values
All parameters are set to safe values.
Load Previous
Values
The last saved values are reloaded.
Save Changes
Save all Setup settings
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Documenting your device configuration
If you have made any modifications to your SETUP settings, you can enter them
in the following table. You can then refer to these entries if you need to make
any hardware modifications later.
System Parameters
Standard Settings
Main
System Time
hh:mm:ss
System Date
MM/DD/YYYY
Disk A:
Primary Master
1.44 MB, 3 1/2” / for LS 120:
Disabled
C: 4326 MB
Primary Slave
None
Secondary Master
None
Secondary Slave
Memory Cache
None
Write back
Your Entries
Boot Options
Quick Boot Mode
Enabled
SETUP prompt
POST Errors
Enabled
Enabled
Floppy check
Disabled
Summary screen
Keyboard Features
Enabled
Num Lock
On
Key Click
Disabled
Keyboard auto-repeat rate:
Keyboard auto-repeat delay
30/s
1/2s
Hardware Options
PCI-MPI/DP:
Enabled
On Board Ethernet
Ethernet Address
Enabled
08000624xxxx
Cardbus/PCMCIA Slot
Enabled
SafeCard Functions
Legacy USB Support
Enabled
Disabled
CRT/LCD selection
SIMULTAN
CRT 640 x 480
75 Hz
CRT 800 x 600
CRT 1024 x 768
75 Hz
75 Hz
LCD Screensize
Graph&Text Expanded
DSTN Contrast
154
Trackball / PS2 Mouse
Advanced
Auto
COM/LPT Configuration
Internal COM1
Base I/O address
Enabled
3F8
Interrupt
IRQ4
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System Parameters
Standard Settings
Internal COM2
Base I/O address
Enabled
2F8
Interrupt
IRQ3
Internal LPT1
Enabled
Mode
Base I/O address
Bi-directional
378
Interrupt
IRQ7
DMA Channel (for ECP only)
DMA 10
Your Entries
PCI Configuration
PCI Device Slot 1
Option ROM Scan
Enabled
Enable Master
Latency Timer
Enabled
0040 h
PCI Device Slot 2
Option ROM Scan
Enabled
Enable Master
Latency Timer
Enabled
0040 h
on board PCI Ethernet
Option ROM Scan
Enable Master
Disabled
Disabled
Latency Timer
0040 h
PCI/PnP ISA IRQ Exclusuion
IRQ3
IRQ4
Available
Available
IRQ5
Available
IRQ9
Available
IRQ10
IRQ11
Available
Reserved
PCI IRQ Line 1
Auto Select
PCI IRQ Line 2
PCI IRQ Line 3
Auto Select
Auto Select
PCI IRQ Line 4
Auto Select
Installed O/S
Other
Reset Configuration Data
Floppy disk controller
No
Enabled
Local Bus IDE adapter
Primary& Secondary
Large Disk Access Mode
DOS
Hard Disk Pre-Delay
Memory Gap at 15 MByte
Disabled
Disabled
Security
Supervisor Password is
User Password is
Disabled
Disabled
Set Supervisor Password
F0 5A
Set User Password
F0 5A
Password on boot
Disabled
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System Parameters
Fixed disk boot sector
Diskette Access
Standard Settings
Your Entries
Normal
Supervisor
Power
APM
Enabled
Power Savings
Standby Timeout
Disabled
Off
Suspend Timeout
Off
Hard Disk Timeout
Disabled
Fan Control
Boot Sequence
Enabled
Diskette Drive
Removable Devices
Hard Drive
ATAPI CD-ROM Drive
Version
SIMATIC
BIOS Version
Box PC 620
V7.xx
BIOS Number
A5E16562-ESxx
MPI/DP Firmware
CPU Type
V01
Pentium II
CPU Speed
333 MHz
CPU ID
Code Revision
0015
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Configuring the Computing Unit
5.2
Configuring the PC Card Interface
The software required for using PC cards under MS such as:
S
Socket Services
S
Card Services
S
Client Drivers
S
Flash File System
can be obtained from the nearest Siemens sales office or representative.
Windows NT4 does not support socket services.
Your computing unit comes supplied with Windows 98 / NT4 already installed, this
supports the PC Card interface.
The computer must be rebooted under Windows NT4.
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6
Chapter Overview
In Section
You Will Find
6.1
Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum Values)
6-2
6.2
Overview of the Components and Ports
6-3
6.3
Hardware Address Table
6-4
6.4
Interrupt Assignment
6-8
6.5
Video Modes of the Computing Unit
6-10
6.6
Monitoring Functions
6-11
6.7
Interfaces
6-14
6.8
Bus Module
6-35
6.9
Hard Disk Drive
6-41
6.10
Floppy Disk Drive
6-41
6.11
Power Supply Unit
6-42
6.12
Connecting Cables
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6.1
Current Requirement of the Components (Maximum Values)
Basic system
Component
Voltage
+5V
+3.3V
Pentium II basic board
2.3 A
2.4 A
Processor (Celeron 300/Dixon 333)
2.7 A
0.9 A
Floppy disk drive/LS 120
1.2 A
Hard disk
0.6 A
CD ROM drive
0.8 A
+12V
0.1 A
–5V
–12V
0.01 A
0.02 A
0.4 A
Fan
0.25 A
Sum (max. for basic configuration)
7.6 A
3.3 A
1.06 A
0.01 A
0.02 A
Free for upgrades
2.9 A
0.9 A
0.95 A
0.04
0.18 A
Sum (maximum configuration) *)
10.5 A
4.2 A
1.7 A
0.05 A
0.2 A
*) Less the power requirement for the front panels
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Overview of the Components and Ports
Component/Port
Description
Parameters
CPU
Mobile Intel processor (type MMC2)
S Upgradeable
S Multimedia support
S On-board L2 cache with 128 k/256 k
Memory
DIMM submodules
up to max. 256 MB/DIMM
S
S
S
S
S
Data capacity of 64 bits + ECC
S
S
S
S
100 MHz bus speed
S
S
S
S
SDRAM
Chipset
Single chipset 440BX
Hard disk
ATA-33 mode
DP12
Communication port
SIMATIC S7
Modules with ECC possible
3.3 V
SDRAM to PC100 specification
Up to 128 Mbit chip size on the
module
3 DIMMs can be used
Easy to replace
Variable from 64 to 256 MB/DIMM
ECC support
Ultra DMA capable
Isolated DP12 1)
(CP 5611 compatible)
S 12 Mbaud
TTY
Communication with SIMATIC S5 CPU
USB
Universal Serial Bus
S Range up to 1000 m
S One high current (500 mA) USB
ports
Ethernet
10BaseT/100Base-TX
S 10/100 Mbaud, isolated 1)
Floppy
Notebook port for 34-pin ribbon cable
Keyboard
Port for PS2 keyboard
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Mouse
PS2 mouse port
Serial
COM1, 25-pin
COM2, 9-pin
Parallel
Standard, bidirectional, EPP and
ECP modes
BIOS
Update via software
CDROM
Master on secondary EIDE channel
LS120
Slave on secondary EIDE channel
1.44 MB
Standard
Trackball supported
Standard
TTY and V24
Standard
25-pin SUB-D
S 512 K in 4 pages
S 24 speed
S 1.44 MB standard floppy disks
S 120MB SuperDisk
1) Electrically isolated in a safety extra-low voltage circuit (SELV)
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6.3
Hardware Address Table
In the distribution of the address areas a distinction is made between
S
memory address space and
S
I/O address space.
Different write/read signals (I / O WR, I / O RD, MEMR, MEMW) address these
different areas. The following tables will give you an overview of the address areas
used. Please refer to the descriptions of the individual function groups for more
details.
How memory decoding works
The Pentium II CPU has a memory address area of 64 Gbytes, of which 4 Gbytes
can be used. The CPU has 64 data lines, 33 address lines and 8 byte enable lines
(BE0 to BE7), which encode the non-available address lines A0, A1 and A2.
The CPU address bus is mapped via the PAC (system controller) to the PCI
address bus. The memory addresses of addresses 0000 0000h to 0009 FFFFh
(640 kbytes) and from address 0010 0000h to 2FFF FFFFh (768 Mbytes) are
excluded.
The ISA bridge PIIX (PCI ISA IDE Xcellerator) precisely maps the ISA address bus
once on the PCI address bus. The ISA address bus for 8 bit modules includes the
address area from A0 to A19, which corresponds to the CPU addresses 0000
0000h to 000F FFFFh (1 Mbyte).
For 16-bit ISA modules, the address bus is expanded by address lines A20 to A23
and therefore addresses from 0000 0000h to 00FF FFFFh (16 Mbytes). The
distinction between the 1 Mbyte and the 16 Mbyte ISA address areas is achieved
by special memory read/write signals which are activated only if address lines A20,
A21, A22 and A23 have logic zero level.
If address areas assigned to main memory or the PCI bus are addressed by the
CPU, no ISA bus control signals are generated. This means that an ISA bus
module is not addressed in these memory areas. Conversely, an ISA bus master
cannot reach addresses above 16 Mbytes. In order to obtain a larger address area
for dual-port RAM expansions than the memory address between 640 kbytes and
1 Mbyte, various decoding holes are provided on the Pentium PU basic board:
6-4
S
The CPU address area FFF0 0000h to FFFD FFFFh (1024 k-128 k BIOS =
896 Kbytes) is mapped to the ISA address area 00F0 0000h to 00FD FFFFh
and is always addressed in the CPU address area. Decoding of the address
lines A24 to A31 missing on the ISA bus is accomplished by special hardware
on the basic board.
S
The CPU address area 00F0 0000h to 00FF FFFFh is mapped in the ISA
address area 00F0 0000h to 00FF FFFFh (16 MB memory window). This
setting can be enabled and disabled by running Setup.
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Memory address assignment
From
Address
to
Address
Size
Assignment
Comments
0000 0000
0007 FFFF
512 k
Conventional system memory
0008 0000
0009 FBFF
127 k
Conventional system memory
extended
0009 FC00
0009 FFFF
1k
Conventional system memory
extended BIOS DATA
000A 0000
000A FFFF
64 k
Refresh memory
VGA
000B 0000
000B 7FFF
32 k
Software graphic/text refresh
memory
unassigned
000B 8000
000B FFFF
32 k
Refresh memory
VGA/CGA
000C 0000
000C AFFF
44 k
VGA BIOS extension
VGA
000C B000h
000CB FFFh
4k
Motherboard resources
000E 0000h
000F FFFFh
128 k
System disk extension of
plug&play BIOS
0010 0000h
03FF FFFFh
63 M
System disk extension of
plug&play BIOS
0810 0000h
0810 0FFFh
4k
Texas Instruments PCI-1225
Cardbus controller
0810 1000h
0810 1FFFh
4k
Texas Instruments PCI-1225
Cardbus controller
0900 0000h
0A0F FFFFh
17 M
Intel 82443BX Pentium II
Processor / AGP controller
0D00 0000h
0DFF FFFFh
16 M
Chips and Tech. 69000 PCI
VGA
0E00 0000h
0E03 FFFFh
256 k
Chips and Tech. 69000 PCI
VGA
F400 0000h
F407 FFFFh
512 k
CP5611 (PCI)
F408 0000h
F408 007Fh
8k
CP5611 (PCI)
F800 0000h
FBFF FFFFh
64 M
Intel 82443BX Pentium II
Processor / PCI jumper
FFFE 000h
FFFF FFFFh
128 k
Motherboard resources
Mirroring of the System
BIOS (from 000E 0000h to
000F FFFFh)
This list is not absolute, since Windows allocates the resources. It is therefore
quite possible that other addresses are assigned in some instances. The
assignment used can be found in the Windows “resource report”.
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I/O address assignment
Table 6-1
I/O address assignment
Address: From –
To
Assignment
Comments
0000
000F
DMA controller 1
0020
0021
Interrupt controller 1
0024
003D
Motherboard resources
0040
0043
Timer 1
0060
0060
Keyboard controller, data
0061
0061
NMI, system loudspeaker settings
0064
0064
Keyboard controller, command, status
0070
0070
Real time clock index
0071
0071
Real time clock date
0072
0077
CMOS RAM/keyboard
0078
0079
Reserved, board configuration
0080
008F
DMA page register
00A0
00A1
Interrupt controller 2
00A4
00B9
Motherboard resources
00C0
00DF
DMA controller 2
00F0
00FF
Numeric processor
0170
0177
Secondary IDE channel
01F0
01F7
Primary IDE channel
0200
0203
Reserved for game port, otherwise
unassigned, joystick
Reserved/unassigned
0220
022F
ESS SOLO -1 DOS emulation
Sound
02F8
02FF
COM 2
Can be deactivated
0300
031F
Programming interface
Can be deactivated
0330
0331
ESS SOLO -1 DOS emulation
Sound
0370
0370
Super IO
0371
0371
Index/data
0376
0376
Secondary IDE channel command
Can be deactivated
0377
0377
Secondary IDE channel status
Can be deactivated
0378
037F
LPT1
Can be deactivated
0388
038B
ESS SOLO -1 DOS emulation
Sound
03B0
03BB
VGA
Chips and Tech. 69000
03C0
03DF
VGA
Chips and Tech. 69000
03F0
03F5
FD controller
03F6
03F6
Primary IDE channel command
03F7
03F7
First IDE channel, status
03F8
03FF
COM 1
04D0
04D1
Motherboard resources
6-6
Can be deactivated
Can be deactivated
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I/O address assignment, continued
Address: From –
To
Assignment
0CF8
0CFF
PCI bus
1000
103F
PIIX IO
1040
104F
PIIX power management
1050
1057
First IDE controller (dual FIFO)
1058
105F
Second IDE controller (dual FIFO)
1060
107F
PCI/USB universal host controller
1080
10E7
ESS SOLO -1 audio device
Comments
PCI BUS
Sound
DMA assignment
DMA Port
Data Transfer
Description
0
8/16 bits
Not available
1
8/16 bits
Not available
2
8/16 bits
Floppy
3
8/16 bits
Not available
4
Cascading of DMA controllers
5
16 bits
Not available
6
16 bits
Not available
7
16 bits
Not available
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6.4
Interrupt Assignment
Interrupt assignment
Handling of the 16 hardware interrupts (IRQ 0 to IRQ 15) is taken care of by two
type 82C59 integrated interrupt controllers on the computing unit.
The INT output of the slave controller is connected to the IRQ 2 input of the master
controller. Interrupt 9 (IRQ 9) can be used on the bus for the assigned interrupt 2
(IRQ 2). IRQ 9 parameters are set to the software interrupt vector 0A H (IRQ 2) in
the initialization phase by the ROM BIOS.
Priority
The interrupts are prioritized in the reverse order of their numbering. Interrupt
IRQ 0 has the highest priority and interrupt IRQ 7 the lowest. For triggering IRQ 2,
interrupt IRQ 8 has the highest priority and IRQ 15 the lowest. Interrupts IRQ 8 to
IRQ 15 therefore have higher priorities than interrupts IRQ 3 to IRQ 7. The
interrupt vectors are initialized and masked when the computing unit is powered
up.
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I/O addresses of interrupt controllers
Interrupt
Description
Parameterized
Interrupt Vector,
Memory
Address
SMI
System management interrupt, cannot be masked
-
NMI
Expansion slots Signal IO Channel Check2
INT 2 H
IRQ 0
Internal timer (system clock)
INT 8 H
IRQ 1
Keyboard
INT 9 H
IRQ 2
Cascading of interrupt controller 2
INT A H
IRQ 3 *)
Serial port 2 ( COM2/IRDA ), can be cleared in setup
INT B H
IRQ 4 *)
Serial port 1 (COM1/TTY), can be cleared in setup
INT C H
IRQ 5 **)
Cardbus controller
INT D H
IRQ 6 *)
Floppy controller
INT E H
IRQ 7 *)
Parallel port 1 (printer interface LPT1/EPP/ECP), can be
cleared in setup
INT F H
IRQ 8
Battery-backed real-time clock (RTC)
INT 70 H
IRQ 9
VGA controller
INT 71 H
IRQ 10
Cardbus controller
INT 72 H
IRQ 11 *)
USB
INT 73 H
IRQ 12 *) PS/2 mouse or trackball on keyboard. Can be cleared in
setup if the mouse or trackball functions are not required.
INT 74 H
IRQ 13
INT 75 H
Math. coprocessor error
IRQ 14
IDE interface (primary)
IRQ 15 *) IDE controller (secondary)
INT 76 H
INT 77 H
Please watch out for interrupts that have already been assigned in the system.
*) These components can be disabled using BIOS SETUP. The functions are then no longer
available, and the resources are freed for other components.
**) The on-board interface is compatible with plug&play; the assigned resources are managed
by the BIOS.
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6.5
Video Modes
Mode No.
(Hex)
VESA
Mode No.
Video Mode
(Text/Graphics)
(L) = Linear Mode
Colors
CRT
(I) = Interlaced
LCD/Simultan
00+/01+
--
Text 40x25
16
70Hz
60Hz
02+/03+
--
Text 80x25
16
70Hz
60Hz
04/05
--
Gr.320x200
4
70Hz
60Hz
6-10
6
--
Gr.640x200
2
70Hz
60Hz
07+
--
Text 80x25
2 (b/w)
70Hz
60Hz
TAB
--
Gr.320x200
16
70Hz
60Hz
0E
--
Gr.640x200
16
70Hz
60Hz
0F
--
Gr.640x350
2 (b/w)
70Hz
60Hz
10
--
Gr.640x350
16
70Hz
60Hz
11
--
Gr.640x480
2 (b/w)
60Hz
60Hz
12
--
Gr.640x480
16
60Hz
60Hz
13
--
Gr.320x200
256
70Hz
60Hz
20
120h
Gr.640x480 (L)
16
60/75/85
60Hz
22
122h
Gr.800x600 (L)
16
56/60/75/85
60Hz
24
124h
Gr.1024x768 (L)
16
43(I)/60/75/85
60Hz
28
128h
Gr.1280x1024 (L)
16
43(I)/60
60Hz
30
101h
Gr.640x480 (L)
256
60/75/85
60Hz
31
100h
Gr.640x400 (L)
256
70
60Hz
32
103h
Gr.800x600 (L)
256
56/60/75/85
60Hz
34
105h
Gr.1024x768 (L)
256
43(I)/60/75/85
60Hz
38
107h
Gr.1280x1024 (L)
256
43(I)/60
60Hz
40
110h
Gr.640x480 (L)
32K
60/75/85
60Hz
41
111h
Gr.640x480 (L)
64K
60/75/85
60Hz
42
113h
Gr.800x600 (L)
32K
56/60/75/85
60Hz
43
114h
Gr.800x600 (L)
64K
56/60/75/85
60Hz
44
116h
Gr.1024x768 (L)
32K
43(I)/60/75/85
60Hz
45
117h
Gr.1024x768 (L)
64K
43(I)/60/75/85
60Hz
50
112h
Gr.640x480 (L)
16M
60/75/85
60Hz
52
115h
Gr.800x600 (L)
16M
56/60/75/85
60Hz
64
104h
Gr.1024x768
16
43(I)/60/75/85
60Hz
68
106h
Gr.1280x1024
16
43(I)/60
60Hz
6A
102h
Gr.800x600
16
56/60/75/85
60Hz
70
101h
Gr.640x480
256
60/75/85
60Hz
71
100h
Gr.640x480
256
70
60Hz
72
103h
Gr.800x600
256
56/60/75/85
60Hz
74
105h
Gr.1024x768
256
43(I)/60/75/85
60Hz
78
107h
Gr.1280x1024
256
43(I)/60
60Hz
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6.6
Monitoring Functions
The LEDs described in the following sections are only available on specific
versions of the device. The basic configuration of the computing unit does not have
any LEDs. The hardware signals are described in section 6.7.2.
6.6.1
Overview
Function
The following individual functions are implemented:
S
temperature monitoring and indication of overheating and underheating
S
watchdog
Messages can be passed by the monitor modules to applications.
The program SOM (Safecard on Motherboard) and drivers for Win NT and
Windows 98 are available on the devices for this purpose. These tools can be used
to display the status and assign parameters to limit values.
You will find a description of the drivers and the SOM program in the SafeCard
directory on the Documentation and Drivers CD supplied to you.
6.6.2
Signals at the Front-Side Port
The indications have the following meanings:
LED
Temp
OFF
System turned off
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Inside temperature outside permissible range.
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6.6.3
Temperature Monitoring and Display
Temperature monitoring
The temperature is acquired by three thermocouples. One thermocouple monitors
the processor temperature, the second monitors the temperature in the processor
module area and the expansion boards, while the third monitors the temperature in
the power supply module area. The following conditions result in a temperature
drift:
S
temperature exceeds the threshold value for overheating
S
temperature falls below the threshold value for underheating
The temperature thresholds can be set separately (by driver or SOM program).
One of the following reactions is triggered should the temperature drift:
Reaction
6.6.4
Options
Temp LED from OFF to YELLOW
Always
Trigger IRQ
Adjustable
Watchdog (WD)
Function
The watchdog monitors the execution of a program. The purpose of the WD is to
report a program crashing to the user by means of different reactions.
The watchdog is idle when you turn on the computing unit or following a HW
RESET(cold restart) – in other words, no reaction by the WD is initiated.
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WD reactions
If the WD is not retriggered within the set time (by driver or SOM program), the
following reactions are triggered:
Reaction
Option
Acknowledge WD
Always
Initiate reset on the computing unit
Adjustable
Send IRQ on computing unit
Adjustable
The reactions you want to have triggered can be set by drivers or the SOM
program.
WD monitoring times, TWD
The monitoring times can be adjusted in increments of one second over the range
from 3 to 255 seconds.
Note
If the watchdog time is modified after the watchdog has been activated – in other
words, while the watchdog is running – the watchdog will be retriggered as a
result!
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6.7
Ports
The basic board of the computing unit features the following ports:
S
ports for connecting external devices
S
ports for connecting displays
S
ports for internal connections (drives, wiring backplane, etc.)
The connector pin-outs of the different ports are described in the sections below.
6.7.1
External Ports
Interface
Position
Connector
COM 1
external
X9
3F8h-3FFh, can be disabled
IRQ4, edge-triggered
25-pin, socket, V.24/V.28 and
20mA (TTY isolated)
COM 2
external
X11
2F8h-2FFh, can be disabled
IRQ3, edge-triggered
9-pin, standard connector
LPT1
external
X9
378h-37Fh, can be disabled
IRQ7, edge-triggered
25-pin, standard socket
PS/2 mouse
external
X7
060h-064h
IRQ12, edge-triggered
6-pin, mini DIN socket
PS/2 keyboard/
PS/2 trackball
external
X6
060h-064h
IRQ1, edge-triggered
6-pin, mini DIN socket
USB
external
X40
First USB port, additionally second USB port for frontside port
MPI /DP12
external
X800
Can be disabled
IRQ5, edge-triggered
9-pin, standard socket, isolated port
Ethernet
external
X805
RJ45
VGA
external
X11
PCCard/CardBus
port
external
X600
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Description
3B0h-3BFh, 3C0h-3CFh, 3D0h-3DFh, can be disabled
IRQ9, edge-triggered
15-pin, standard socket
3E0h-3E1h
100-pin SMD socket connector
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Serial port COM1 (PLC/V24/Modem)
The serial port (COM 1) on the computing unit is assigned as follows:
Connector
1
13
14
25
Pin
No.
Short
Name
Meaning
Input
Output
2
TxD (D1)
Serial transmission data
Output
3
RxD (D2)
Serial received data
Input
4
RTS (S2)
Request to send
Output
5
CTS (M2)
Clear to send
Input
6
DSR (M1)
Data set ready
Input
7
GND (E2)
Station ground (reference
potential)
-
8
DCD (M5)
Data carrier detect
(carrier)
Input
9
+TTY RxD
TTY receive
Input
10
-TTY RxD
TTY receive
Input
18
+TTY TxD
TTY send
Output
19
+20mA
Floating current source
-
20
DTR (S1)
Data terminal equipment
ready
Output
21
-TTY TxD
TTY send
Output
22
RI (M3)
Incoming call
Input
1
-
Shield
-
11-17
-
Not assigned
-
23-25
-
Not assigned
-
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Gender changer for COM1
You can convert the COM1/V24/PLC port of the SIMATIC PC family into a 25-pin
male connector by means of the enclosed gender changer (25-pin/25-pin). Plug the
gender changer onto the COM1socket and secure it with the two hexagon head
screws.
Pin
No.
Meaning
Direction
Pin
No.
Meaning
Direction
1
Shield
GND
14
NC
2
Transmitted data (TxD/D1)
Output
15
NC
3
Received data (RxD/D2)
Input
16
NC
4
Power up sender (RTS/S2)
Output
17
NC
5
Clear to send (CTS/M2)
Input
18
+TTY transmitted data
(TxD)
Output
6
Data set ready (DSR/M1)
Input
19
Floating current source
Positive
potential
7
Station ground (GND/E2)
Ground
20
Data terminal equipment
ready (DTR/S1)
Output
8
Received signal carrier
(DCD/M5)
Input
21
–TTY transmitted data
(TxD)
Output
9
+TTY received data (RxD)
Input
22
Incoming call (RI/M3)
Input
10
–TTY received data (RxD)
Input
23
NC
11
NC
24
NC
12
NC
25
NC
13
NC
Casing GND
Serial port COM2 (V24/mouse)
The serial port on the computing unit is assigned as follows:
Connector
5 9
1
6-16
6
Pin
No.
Short Name
Meaning
Input
Output
1
DCD (M5)
Data carrier detect
Input
2
RxD (D2)
Received data
Input
3
TxD (D1)
Transmission data
Output
4
DTR (S1)
Data terminal equipment
ready
Output
5
GND (E2)
Station ground
-
6
DSR (M1)
Data set ready
Input
7
RTS (S2)
Request to send
Output
8
CTS (M2)
Clear to send
Input
9
RI (M3)
Incoming call
Input
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Parallel port LPT1
The parallel port on the computing unit is assigned as follows:
Connector
1
13
14
25
Pin
No.
Signal Description
Input/Output
1
Strobe (CLK)
Output (open collector)
2
Data bit 0
Output (TTL level)
3
Data bit 1
Output (TTL level)
4
Data bit 2
Output (TTL level)
5
Data bit 3
Output (TTL level)
6
Data bit 4
Output (TTL level)
7
Data bit 5
Output (TTL level)
8
Data bit 6
Output (TTL level)
9
Data bit 7
Output (TTL level)
10
ACK (Acknowledge)
Input (4.7 kW pull up)
11
BUSY
Input (4.7 kW pull up)
12
PE (PAPER END)
Input (4.7 kW pull up)
13
SELECT
Input (4.7 kW pull up)
14
AUTO FEED
Output (open collector)
15
ERROR
Input (4.7 kW pull up)
16
INIT
Output (open collector)
17
SELECT IN
Output (open collector)
18
GND
-
:
:
:
PS/2 mouse port
You can connect an external PS/2 mouse to your computing unit. The port is
assigned as follows:
Connector –
View of Socket
6
5
4
3
2
1
Pin
No.
Name
Input
Output
1
Data
Input/Output
2
Not assigned
-
3
0V
-
4
Current limited 5 V power
supply
Output
5
Clock
Input/Output
6
Not assigned
-
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PS/2 trackball/keyboard port
You can connect an external keyboard to your computing unit. The port is assigned
as follows:
Connector –
View of Socket
6
5
4
3
2
1
Pin
No.
Name
Input/
Output
1
Keyboard data
Input/Output
2
Trackball data lead
Input/Output
3
0V
-
4
Current limited 5V power
supply
Output
5
Keyboard clock line
Input/Output
6
Trackball clock lead
Input/Output
USB port
The Universal Serial Bus port is assigned as follows:
Connector
Contact Number
Signal Name
1
VCC
2
- Data
3
+ Data
4
Ground
4
3
2
1
The connector is a type A connector.
The port is rated as a high current USB (500 mA).
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MPI/DP port
The MPI/DP port on the computing unit is assigned as follows:
Connector
1
5
Pin
No.
Name
Meaning
Input/
Output
1
NC
Pin 1 is not assigned
-
2
NC
Pin 2 is not assigned
-
3
LTG_B
Signal lead B of MPI module
Input/
Output
4
RTS_AS
RTSAS, control signal for received data
stream. The signal is ’1’ active when the
directly connected AS is sending.
Input
5
M5EXT
M5EXT return conductor (GND) of 5 V
supply. The current load caused by an
external user connected between
P5EXT and M5EXT must not exceed 90
mA.
Output
6
P5 EXT
P5EXT supply (+5 V) of 5 V supply. The
current load caused by an external user
connected between P5EXT and M5EXT
must not exceed 90 mA.
Output
7
NC
Pin 7 is not assigned
-
8
LTG_A
Signal lead A of MPI module
Input/
Output
9
RTS_PG
RTS output signal of the MPI module.
The signal is ’1’ when the PU is sending.
Output
6
9
Shield
On connector casing
Ethernet RJ45 connection
*
Pin No.
Meaning
1
TD+
2
TD–
3
RD+
4, 5 *
Terminated internally
6
RD–
7, 8 *
Terminated internally
LED yellow
Link
LED green
Activity
Not required for data transmission
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VGA port
The VGA socket on the computing unit is assigned as follows:
Connector
Pin
No.
6
11
1
5
6-20
10
15
Name
Meaning
Input/
Output
1
R_EXT
red
Output
2
G_EXT
green
Output
3
B_EXT
Blue
Output
4
-
NC
-
5
M
GND
GND
6
M
GND
GND
7
M
GND
GND
8
M
GND
GND
9
-
NC
-
10
M
GND
GND
11
-
NC
-
12
-
NC
-
13
EXT_H
Horizontal sync
Output
14
EXT_V
Vertical sync
Output
15
-
NC
-
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6.7.2
Assignment of Ports for Connection of a Front Panel to Basic
Board
Interface
Position
Connector
Display IF (CMOS)
Display IF (LVDS)
Internal
Internal
X420
X400
Plug&display IF
Internal
X410/
X411
I/O front-panel IF
COM 2
Internal
Internal
X44
X26
Description
Connection of LC display with CMOS port
Connection of LC display with single chip, LVDS
port
Reserved
Port for front-panel I/O
Internal COM2 port
Display port (CMOS, X420)
D-STN and TFT displays with 5 V CMOS port and VGA resolution (640x480) can
be connected to this port. The display is selected and the D-STN/TFT signals are
allocated automatically according to the Display Select inputs. The maximum cable
length is 50 cm at a display clock rate of 25 MHz.
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Pin
Signal – DSTN
Meaning – DSTN
Pin
Signal – TFT
Meaning – TFT
1
P5V_D_fused
+5V (fused) Display VCC
1
P5V_D_fused
+5V (fused) Display VCC
2
P5V_D_fused
+5V (fused) Display VCC
2
P5V_D_fused
+5V (fused) Display VCC
3
GND
3
GND
4
CLK
4
CLK
5
GND
5
GND
6
LP
Horizontal sync
6
HSync
Horizontal sync
7
FP
Vertical sync
7
VSync
Vertical sync
8
-
-
8
R0
Signal red bit 0 (LSB)
9
-
-
9
R1
Signal red bit 1
10
UD6
Upper data bit 6
10
R2
Signal red bit 2
11
GND
11
GND
12
UD7
Upper data bit 7
12
R3
Signal red bit 3
13
UD2
Upper data bit 2
13
R4
Signal red bit 4
14
UD3
Upper data bit 3
14
R5
Signal red bit 5 (MSB)
15
GND
15
GND
16
UD1
Upper data bit 1
16
G0
Signal green bit 0 (LSB)
17
UD0
Upper data bit 0
17
G1
Signal green bit 1
18
LD3
Upper data bit 3
18
G2
Signal green bit 2
19
GND
19
GND
20
LD2
Lower data bit 2
20
G3
Signal green bit 3
21
LD1
Lower data bit 1
21
G4
Signal green bit 4
22
LD0
Lower data bit 0
22
G5
Signal green bit 5 (MSB)
23
GND
23
GND
24
UD5
Upper data bit 5
24
B0
Signal blue bit 0 (LSB)
25
UD4
Upper data bit 4
25
B1
Signal blue bit 1
26
LD7
Lower data bit 7
26
B2
Signal blue bit 2
27
GND
27
GND
28
LD6
Lower data bit 6
28
B3
Signal blue bit 3
29
LD5
Lower data bit 5
29
B4
Signal blue bit 4
30
LD4
Lower data bit 4
30
B5
Signal blue bit 5 (MSB)
31
VCON
Contrast voltage
31
–
–
32
M
Data enable
32
ENAB
Data enable
33
DispOn
Display On
33
DispOn
Display On
34
Res.
Reserved
34
Res.
Reserved
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Shift clock
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Display port (LVDS), X400
TFT displays with an LVDS port can be connected to this port. 18-bit displays
having a resolution up to 1024x768 pixels can be connected. The permissible
display clock rate is 20 MHz to 66 MHz. The display is selected automatically
according to the code of the Display Select inputs. The display supply voltages
(3,3 V and 5 V) are connected as a function of the requirements for the connected
displays via the graphics controller. The maximum cable length is 50 cm at a
transfer rate of 455 MHz. Specific cable properties have to be taken into account
for differential cable pairs in accordance with the LVDS specification.
Pin No.
Signal
Meaning
1
P5V_D_fused
+5V (fused) Display VCC
2
P5V_D_fused
+5V (fused) Display VCC
3
RXIN0–
LVDS input signal bit 0 (–)
4
RXIN0+
LVDS input signal bit 0 (+)
5
P3V3_D_fused
+3.3V (fused) display VCC
6
P3V3_D_fused
+3.3V (fused) display VCC
7
RXIN1–
LVDS input signal bit 1 (–)
8
RXIN1+
LVDS input signal bit 1 (+)
9
GND
10
GND
11
RXIN2–
LVDS input signal bit 2 (–)
12
RXIN2+
LVDS input signal bit 2 (+)
13
GND
14
GND
15
RXCLKIN–
LVDS clock signal (–)
16
RXCLKIN+
LVDS clock signal (+)
17
GND
18
GND
19
Reserved
20
Reserved
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Assignment of a display to Display Select pins
Automatic configuration of one of 15 possible displays is performed by means of
the Display Select inputs. The Display Select inputs have pull-up resistors – in
other words, if these inputs are not connected, they go to High. The input has to be
connected to GND for them to go Low.
No.
LCD_SEL3
LCD_SEL2
LCD_SEL1
LCD_SEL0
0
Low
Low
Low
Low
Reserved
1
Low
Low
Low
High
640 x 480 (VGA), D-STBN, 16 bit
2
Low
Low
High
Low
Reserved
3
Low
Low
High
High
640 x 480 (VGA), TFT, 18 bit
4
Low
High
Low
Low
Reserved
5
Low
High
Low
High
1024 x 768 (XGA), TFT, 18 bit
6
Low
High
High
Low
800 x 600 (SVGA), TFT, 18 bit
7
Low
High
High
High
Reserved
8
High
Low
Low
Low
Reserved
9
High
Low
Low
High
Reserved
10
High
Low
High
Low
Reserved
11
High
Low
High
High
Reserved
12
High
High
Low
Low
Reserved
13
High
High
Low
High
Reserved
14
High
High
High
Low
Reserved
15
High
High
High
High
No display/DDC selected display
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I/O port for front control elements
All the signals necessary for the connection of front control elements, in addition to
the display and USB ports, are applied to this port. The maximum cable length is
50 cm at a USB data rate of 12 Mbaud.
Pin No.
Signal Name
Remark
1
GND
Chassis ground
2
P12V
Power supply for inverter (max. 0.6 A)
3
BL_ON
4
P5V_fused
5
GND
6
P3V3_fused
7
K_CLK
Keyboard clock
8
K_DATA
Keyboard data
9
M_CLK
Mouse clock
10
M_DATA
Mouse data
11
P5V_fused
+5 V VCC (fused)
12
USB_D1M
USB Data– port 1
13
USB_D1P
USB Data+ port 1
14
GND
15
LCD_SEL0
Display type select signal 0
16
LCD_SEL1
Display type select signal 1
17
LCD_SEL2
Display type select signal 2
18
LCD_SEL3
Display type select signal 3
19
RESET_N
Reset signal (Low active)
20
SPEAKER
Connection for system loudspeaker
21
HD_LED
HD LED, anode with 1 kΩ in series on motherboard
22
DP_LED
MPI/DP LED, anode with 1 kΩ in series on motherboard
23
Ethernet_LED
Ethernet LED, anode with 1 kΩ in series on motherboard
24
TEMP_ERR
LED temperature drift, anode with 1 kΩ in series on motherboard
25
RUN_R
LED WatchDog error, anode with 1 kΩ in series on motherboard
26
RUN_G
LED WatchDog OK, anode with 1 kΩ in series on motherboard
Backlight on (5 V to 12 V = On)
+5 V VCC (fused)
Chassis ground
+3.3 V VCC (fused)
Chassis ground
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Internal serail port COM2 (V.24), X26
This port is connected in parallel to the external COM2 port. Both ports can
therefore only be used as alternately. They are assigned such that a 1:1
connection can be established to a 9-pin D-SUB socket when insulation
displacement connectors are used. The maximum cable length is 100 cm at a data
rate of 9.6 kbaud.
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Pin No.
Signal
Meaning
1
DCD
Data carrier detect (I)
2
DSR
Data set ready (I)
3
RxD
Received data (I)
4
RTS
Request to send (O)
5
TxD
Transmission data (S)
6
CTS
Clear to send (I)
7
DTR
Data terminal equipment ready
(S)
8
IP
Incoming call (I)
9
GND
GND
10
P5V
+5 V power supply
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6.7.3
Assignment of the Internal Ports on the Motherboard
Interface
Position
Connector Description
Memory
Internal
X19, X20
Processor
Internal
X12
Socket for MMC2 mobile processor
Bus expansion
Internal
X1
Socket for bus expansion, assigned with ISA and PCI
bus signals)
Power supply
Internal
X14
40-pin cable connector for DC signals
Floppy
Internal
X5
Two drives are possible (82078 compatible)
360 kB, 720 kB, 1.2 MB, 1.44 MB
3F0h – 3F7h, 370h – 377h, can be disabled
IRQ 6, edge-triggered
26-pin, socket for flex. cable (Notebook connection)
3.5” hard disk
Internal
X41
Up to two drives are possible
170h-177h, 1F0h-1F7h, can be disabled
IRQ 14, IRQ 15, edge-triggered
40-pin, 2.54 mm plug connector (3.5” HD, primary)
2.5” hard disk
Internal
X4
Up to two drives are possible
170h-177h, 1F0h-1F7h, can be disabled
IRQ 14, IRQ 15, edge-triggered
44-pin, 2 mm plug connector (2.5” HD, primary)
CD-ROM drive
Internal
X3
A maximum of one drive is possible
170h-177h, 1F0h-1F7h, can be disabled
IRQ 14, IRQ 15, edge-triggered
44-pin, 2 mm plug connector (CDROM, secondary slave
when LS 120 connected, otherwise secondary master)
LS120
Internal
X31
A maximum of one drive is possible
170h-177h, 1F0h-1F7h, can be disabled
IRQ 14, IRQ 15, edge-triggered
1x41-pin (Hirose DF9-41), (LS120, secondary master
when drive connected), for use of flex. cable of PG740)
RS485 hybrid
Internal
X503/
X504
TTY sender
Internal
X17
Connection for TTY sender hybrid (physical interface)
TTY receiver
Internal
X18
Connection for TTY receiver hybrid (physical interface)
Power supply port
for 3.5” hard disk
Internal
X25
Power supply connection for 3.5” hard disk,
4-pin, plug connector
Power supply connection for CPU fan
Internal
X28
Power supply for CPU fan
2-pin, plug connector
Power supply connection for device
fan
Internal
X29
Power supply for device fan
2-pin, plug connector
Backup battery
Internal
X24
Connection for backup battery
2-pin, plug connector
2 SO-DIMM socket, 64 bit
Connection for RS485 hybrid (physical interface for
MPI/DP port)
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Port to bus module (X1)
The computing unit has a bus module with a PCI expansion slot and a shared
ISA/PCI slot. Expansion boards can be installed complying with ISA specification
(Rev. 3.1) and PCI specification (Rev. 2.0) with a maximum length of 265 mm
(175 mm for shared ISA/PCI modules). All PCI slots can be used as masters. Only
5 V PCI modules can be operated.
The bus module is designed as a truly passive module – in other words, there are
only receptacles for the expansion boards and any backup capacitors that may be
present. The power supply of the expansion boards runs via the connection of the
bus module to the basic board. The -5 V voltage is not provided by the power
supply and is generated from the -12 V on the bus module using in-phase control.
The connection to the basic board is established by a gold-plated ’EISA’ type
two-part connector. All the necessary bus signals (ISA and PCI) are applied to this
connector. The following table shows the connector pin assignment.
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B
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ISA Bus Signals
Signal
Signal
Name C
Name
gnd
1
sbhe#
D
1
sd7
2
rstdrv
2
la23
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
sd6
sd5
sd4
sd3
sd2
sd1
3
4
5
6
7
8
+5V
irq9
-5 V
drq2
-12 V
0ws#
3
4
5
6
7
8
la22
la21
la20
la19
la18
la17
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
Name
memcs
16#
iocs16
#
irq10
irq11
irq12
irq15
irq14
dack0#
9
sd0
9
+12V
9
memr#
9
10
iochrdy
10
gnd
10
11
aen
11
11
12
sa19
12
12
13
14
15
sa18
sa17
sa16
13
14
15
smem
w#
smemr
#
iow#
ior#
dack3#
memw
#
sd8
16
17
sa15
sa14
16
17
18
19
sa13
sa12
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
sa11
sa10
sa9
sa8
sa7
sa6
sa5
sa4
sa3
sa2
30
31
sa1
sa0
A
1
Signal
Name
iochk#
2
H
1
Signal
Name
serr#
2
PCI Bus Signals
Signal
Signal
Name G
Name
clk
1
sdone
(slot3)
gnd
2
sbo#
2
ad15
inta#
intb#
+5V
3
4
5
intc#
intd#
+5V
3
4
5
c/be1#
par
gnd
3
4
5
ad14
ad12
gnd
7
8
+5V
rst#
7
8
7
8
gnd
ad13
7
8
gnd
ad10
drq0
9
9
9
ad11
9
ad8
10
dack5#
10
ad9
10
ad7
drq5
11
gnt#
(slot 2)
gnd
10
11
gnt#
(slot 1)
req#
(slot1)
gnd
+5V
clk
(slot 1)
gnd
11
c/be0#
11
ad5
sd9
12
dack6#
12
12
ad6
12
ad3
sd10
sd11
sd12
13
14
15
drq6
dack7#
drq7
13
14
15
req#
(slot2)
ad31
ad29
GNT_
N3
12
13
14
15
clk
(slot 2)
gnd
ad30
Req_N
3
13
14
ad4
ad2
13
14
ad1
ad0
drq3
dack1#
16
17
sd13
sd14
16
17
17
+3,3V
17
+3,3V
16
17
+5V
+5V
16
17
+5V
+5V
18
sd15
18
18
19
ad28
ad26
18
19
ad27
ad25
18
19
gnd
gnd
18
19
gnd
gnd
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
drq1
refresh#
sysclk
irq7
irq6
irq5
irq4
irq3
dack2#
t/c
bale
+5V
+5V
master#
gnd
20
21
22
23
24
ad24
ad22
ad20
ad18
+3,3V
20
21
22
23
24
c/be3#
ad23
ad21
ad19
+3,3V
26
27
28
29
+3,3V
ad16
frame#
c/be2#
26
27
28
29
30
31
osc
gnd
30
31
trdy#
stop#
30
31
+3,3V
ad17
irdy#
devsel#
lock#
perr#
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Signal
Name
gnd
F
1
2
gnd
3
4
5
10
11
13
14
15
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DC port of the power supplies
The power supply has a cable connector (X2), through which all the signals on the
DC side are connected to the basic board. The port assignment shown is only a
draft. It will be defined during the development of the power supply and basic
board.
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Pin No.
Series A
Series B
Meaning
1
PwrGood
Power Good signal
2
TTY VCC
Floating VCC (15 V ± 3 V) for TTY port
3
TTY GND
TTY chassis ground
4
NAU N
Power failure, early warning signal
5
GND
Chassis ground
6
P12V
+12 V
7
V DC
For processor module
8
N12V
–12 V
9
GND
Chassis ground
10
GND
Chassis ground
11
P3V3
+3.3 V
12
P3V3
+3.3 V
13
GND
Chassis ground
14
GND
Chassis ground
15
GND
Chassis ground
16
GND
Chassis ground
17
P5V
+5V
18
P5V
+5V
19
P5V
+5V
20
P5V
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Port to the floppy disk drive (X5)
This port is designed for connecting a Notebook floppy disk drive. The maximum
connection length of the data cable must not be longer than 40 cm.
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
1
P5V
14
STEP_N
2
INDEX_N
15
GND
3
P5V
16
WR_DAT_N
4
DS_N0
17
GND
5
P5V
18
WR_GAT_N
6
DCHG_N
19
EDOUT
7
NC
20
TRACK N0
8
NC
21
EDIN
9
HDOUT
22
WR_PRT_N
10
HDIN
23
GND
11
DIR_SL_N
24
RD_DAT_N
12
GND
25
GND
13
NC
26
SIDE_1_N
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Assignment of the IDE ports (X3, X4, X41)
The primary IDE port is designed for alternatively installing 2.5” and 3.5” hard
disks. 3.5” drives are connected by means of a 40-pin 2.54 mm pitch connector
and 2.5” drives by means of a 44-pin 2 mm pitch connector. The two connectors
are connected in parallel. The secondary IDE port is provided for the optional
connection of a CD-ROM and/or an LS 120 drive. It can be adapted using a 44-pin
2 mm pitch connector. The maximum connection length of the data cables must
not be longer than 40 cm.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
X41
X4/X3
RESET
GND
D7
D8
D6
D9
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
D5
D10
D4
D11
D3
D12
D2
D13
D1
D14
D0
D15
GND
9
DREQ
GND
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Meaning
Reset
Data signal D7
Data signal D8
Data signal D6
Data signal D9
Data signal D5
Data signal D10
Data signal D4
Data signal D11
Data signal D3
Data signal D12
Data signal D2
Data signal D13
Data signal D1
Data signal D14
Data signal D0
Data signal D15
Code
DMA Request
Pin
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
X41
X4/X3
IOW_N
GND
IOR_N
GND
IORDY
ReserCSEL
ved
DACK_N
GND
IOCS16
9
AD_1
Reserved
AD_0
AD_2
CS1_N
CS3_N
HDACT_N
GND
P5V
P5V
GND
Reserved
Meaning
IO Write
I/O read
I/O ready
Master/slave
DMA Acknowledge
I/O Chip Select 16
Address 1
Reserved
Address 0
Address 2
Chip Select 1
Chip Select 3
Data signal D0
Data signal D15
+5V power supply
+5V power supply
Reserved
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Connection for LS120 drive (X31)
The LS120 drive for customized solutions is connected via this port. This port is
connected in parallel to the secondary IDE port. When connected, the LS120 drive
automatically becomes a master – in other words, a bootable drive – on account of
a special circuit). The maximum connection length of the data cable must not be
longer than 40 cm.
Pin
No.
X31
Meaning
Pin
No.
X31
Meaning
1
RESET
RESET
21
RESET
RESET
2
GND
Chassis ground
22
IOW_N
IO Write
3
D8
Data signal D8
23
GND
Chassis ground
4
D7
Data signal D7
24
IOR_N
I/O read
5
D9
Data signal D9
25
GND
Chassis ground
6
D6
Data signal D6
26
IORDY
I/O ready
7
D10
Data signal D10
27
Reserved
8
D5
Data signal D5
28
DACK_N
9
D11
Data signal D11
29
TBD
10
D4
Data signal D4
30
GND
Chassis ground
11
D12
Data signal D12
31
Reserved
Reserved
12
D3
Data signal D3
32
IOCS16
I/O Chip Select 16
13
D13
Data signal D13
33
AD_2
Address 2
14
D2
Data signal D2
34
AD_1
Address 1
15
D14
Data signal D14
35
CS3_N
Chip Select 3
16
D1
Data signal D1
36
AD_0
Address 0
17
D15
Data signal D15
37
HDACT_N
HD active
18
D0
Data signal D0
38
CS1_N
Chip Select 1
19
GND
Chassis ground
39
TBD
20
DREQ
DMA Request
40
P5V
+5 V power supply
41
P5V
+5 V power supply
DMA Acknowledge
Power supply port for hard disk (X.25)
Power is supplied to the 3.5” hard disk via this port.
Pin No.
Signal
Meaning
1
P12V
+12 V
2
GND
Chassis ground
3
GND
Chassis ground
4
P5V
+5 V
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Connections for CPU fans (X28)
The CPU fan and the device fan are connected using these two ports.
Pin No.
Signal
1
12V temperature-controlled
2
0 V fan, switched
Connection for backup battery (X42)
The battery for backing up the CMOS RAM is connected to this port. The battery
used is a 3.6 V lithium battery with a capacity of 750 mAh.
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Pin No.
Signal
Meaning
1
+
Positive
2
–
Negative
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6.8
Bus Module
6.8.1
Design and Theory of Operation
The bus module is designed as a passive link between the basic board and the
expansion boards. It is mounted with a screw.
The bus module has a PCI expansion slot and a shared ISA/PCI slot. The power
supply of the expansion boards runs via the connection of the bus module to the
basic board. An external power supply (+5 V and +12 V) is provided.
Figure 6-1
Wiring Backplane
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6.8.2
Interface to the Basic Board
The connection to the basic board is established by a gold-plated EISA type
two-part connector. All the necessary bus signals (ISA and PCI) are applied to this
connector. The following table shows the connector pin assignment.
B
1
ISA Bus Signals
Signal
Signal
Name
C
Name
gnd
1 sbhe#
D
1
sd7
sd6
sd5
sd4
sd3
sd2
sd1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
rstdrv
+5V
irq9
-5 V
drq2
-12 V
0ws#
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
la23
la22
la21
la20
la19
la18
la17
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
Name
memcs
16#
iocs16#
irq10
irq11
irq12
irq15
irq14
dack0#
9
sd0
9
+12V
9
memr#
9
10
iochrdy
10
gnd
11
aen
11
smemw#
memw
#
sd8
12
sa19
12
smemr#
13
sa18
13
iow#
14
sa17
14
ior#
15
sa16
15
dack3#
16
sa15
16
drq3
17
sa14
17
dack1#
18
sa13
18
drq1
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
19
sa12
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
sa11
sa10
sa9
sa8
sa7
sa6
sa5
sa4
sa3
sa2
sa1
sa0
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
A
1
Signal
Name
iochk#
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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PCI Bus Signals
Signal
Signal
Name G
Name
clk
1 sdone
(slot3)
gnd
2 sbo#
intc#
3 c/be1#
intd#
4 par
+5V
5 gnd
E
1
Signal
Name
gnd
F
1
2
3
4
5
gnd
inta#
intb#
+5V
2
3
4
5
7
8
+5V
rst#
7
8
drq0
9
9
10
dack5#
10
11
drq5
11
gnt#
(slot 1)
req#
(slot1)
gnd
sd9
12
dack6#
12
12
sd10
13
drq6
13
clk (slot
2)
gnd
13
req#
(slot2)
ad31
sd11
14
dack7#
14
ad30
14
ad29
sd12
15
drq7
15
Req_N3 15
sd13
16
+5V
sd14
17
sd15
18
master#
gnd
10
11
H
1
Signal
Name
serr#
2
3
4
5
ad15
ad14
ad12
gnd
+5V
clk (slot
1)
gnd
7
8
gnd
ad13
7
8
gnd
ad10
9
ad11
9
ad8
gnt#
(slot 2)
gnd
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
ad9
10
ad7
c/be0#
11
ad5
ad6
12
ad3
ad4
13
ad1
ad2
14
ad0
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
+5V
16
+5V
+5V
17
+5V
gnd
18
gnd
gnd
19
gnd
GNT_N
3
17
+3,3V
17
+3,3V
18
ad28
18
ad27
refresh#
19
ad26
19
ad25
sysclk
irq7
irq6
irq5
irq4
irq3
dack2#
t/c
bale
+5V
osc
gnd
20
21
22
23
24
ad24
ad22
ad20
ad18
+3,3V
20
21
22
23
24
c/be3#
ad23
ad21
ad19
+3,3V
26
27
28
29
30
31
+3,3V
ad16
frame#
c/be2#
trdy#
stop#
26
27
28
29
30
31
+3,3V
ad17
irdy#
devsel#
lock#
perr#
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Pin
Type*
Pin
I
B1
0V
SD 07
I/O
B2
RESET DRV
SD 06
I/O
B3
+ 5V
VCC
A4
SD 05
I/O
B4
IRQ 9
I
A5
SD 04
I/O
B5
– 5V
VCC
A6
SD 03
I/O
B6
DRQ 2
I
A7
SD 02
I/O
B7
– 12V
VCC
A8
SD 01
I/O
B8
–OWA
I
A9
SD 00
I/O
B9
+ 12V
VCC
A10
–IOCHRDY
I
B10
0V
GND
A11
AEN
O
B11
–SMEMW
O
A12
SA 19
I/O
B12
–SMEMR
O
A13
SA 18
I/O
B13
–IOW
I/O
A14
SA 17
I/O
B14
–IOR
I/O
A15
SA 16
I/O
B15
–DACK3
O
A16
SA 15
I/O
B16
DRQ 3
I
A17
SA 14
I/O
B17
–DACK1
O
A18
SA 13
I/O
B18
DRQ 1
A19
SA 12
I/O
B19
–REFRESH
I/O
A20
SA 11
I/O
B20
CLK
O
A21
SA 10
I/O
B21
IRQ 7
O
A22
SA 09
I/O
B22
IRQ 6
O
A23
SA 08
I/O
B23
IRQ 5
O
A24
SA 07
I/O
B24
IRQ 4
O
A25
SA 06
I/O
B25
IRQ 3
O
A26
SA 05
I/O
B26
–DACK2
O
A27
SA 04
I/O
B27
TC
O
A28
SA 03
I/O
B28
BALE
O
A29
SA 02
I/O
B29
+ 5V
VCC
A30
SA 01
I/O
B30
OSC
O
A31
SA 00
I/O
B31
0V
*)
Signal Name
A1
–IOCHCK
A2
A3
Signal Name
Type
GND
O
I
GND
I/O defines the direction of the signals from the point of view of the CPU module.
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Pin
Signal Name
Type
*
Pin
Signal Name
Type
C1
–SBHE
O
D1
–MEMCS16
I
C2
LA 23
I/O
D2
–IOCS16
I
C3
LA 22
I/O
D3
IRQ 10
I
C4
LA 21
I/O
D4
IRQ 11
I
C5
LA 20
I/O
D5
IRQ 12
I
C6
LA 19
I/O
D6
IRQ 13
I
C7
LA 18
I/O
D7
IRQ 14
I
C8
LA 17
I/O
D8
–DACK0
O
C9
–MEMR
I/O
D9
DRQ 0
I
C10
–MEMW
I/O
D10
–DACK5
O
C11
SD 08
I/O
D11
DRQ 5
I
C12
SD 09
I/O
D12
–DACK6
O
C13
SD 10
I/O
D13
DRQ 6
I
C14
SD 11
I/O
D14
–DACK7
O
C15
SD 12
I/O
D15
DRQ 7
C16
SD 13
I/O
D16
+ 5V
C17
SD 14
I/O
D17
–MASTER
C18
SD 15
I/O
D18
0V
I
VCC
I
GND
Under nor,al conditions, the signals –SBHE, LA17 – LA23, –MEMR and MEMW
are operated as outputs (sending from CPU). Only CPU modules that are suitable
for use as a master CPU for system bus access send and receive these signals. A
minus sign, ”–”, in front of the signal name shows that the signal is LOW active.
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PCI slot pin assignment
5V System Environment
Side B
Side A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
–12V
TCK
Ground
TDO
+5V
+5V
INTB#
INTD#
PRSNT1#
Reserved
PRSNT2#
Ground
Ground
Reserved
Ground
CLK
Ground
REQ#
+5V (I/O)
AD[31]
AD[29]
Ground
AD[27]
AD[25]
+3.3V
C/BE[3]#
AD[23]
Ground
AD[21]
AD[19]
+3.3V
AD[17]
C/BE[2]#
Ground
IRDY#
+3.3V
DEVSEL#
Ground
LOCK#
PERR#
+3.3V
SERR#
+3.3V
C/BE[1]#
AD[14]
Ground
AD[12]
AD[10]
TRST#
+12V
TMS
TDI
+5V
INTA#
INTC#
+5V
Reserved
+5V (I/O)
Reserved
Ground
Ground
Reserved
RST#
+5V (I/O)
GNT#
Ground
Reserved
AD[30]
+3.3V
AD[28]
AD[26]
Ground
AD[24]
IDSEL
+3.3V
AD[22]
AD[20]
Ground
AD[18]
AD[16]
+3.3V
FRAME#
Ground
TRDY#
Ground
STOP#
+3.3V
SDONE
SBO#
Ground
PAR
AD[15]
+3.3V
AD[13]
AD[11]
Ground
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Side B
Side A
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
8
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
Ground
CONNECTOR KEY
CONNECTOR KEY
AD[08]
AD[07]
+3.3V
AD[05]
AD[03]
Ground
AD[01]
+5V (I/O)
ACK64#
+5V
+5V
CONNECTOR KEY
CONNECTOR KEY
Reserved
Ground
C/BE[6]#
C/BE[4]#
Ground
AD[63]
AD[61]
+5V (I/O)
AD[59]
AD[57]
Ground
AD[55]
AD[53]
Ground
AD[51]
AD[49]
+5V (I/O)
AD[47]
AD[45]
Ground
AD[43]
AD[41]
Ground
AD[39]
AD[37]
+5V (I/O)
AD[35]
AD[33]
Ground
Reserved
Reserved
Ground
AD[09]
C/BE[0]#
+3.3V
AD[06]
AD[04]
Ground
AD[02]
AD[00]
+5V (I/O)
REQ64#
+5V
+5V
Ground
C/BE[7]#
C/BE[5]#
+5V (I/O)
PAR64
AD[62]
Ground
AD[60]
AD[58]
Ground
AD[56]
AD[54]
+5V (I/O)
AD[52]
AD[50]
Ground
AD[48]
AD[46]
Ground
AD[44]
AD[42]
+5V (I/O)
AD[40]
AD[38]
Ground
AD[36]
AD[34]
Ground
AD[32]
Reserved
Ground
Reserved
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Assignment of slot-specific PCI bus signals
6-40
PCI Socket
Pin No.
PCI Slot 1
Shared ISA PCI Slot
B16
clk (slot 1)
clk (slot2)
A6
inta#
intb#
A7
intc#
intd#
B7
intb#
intc#
B8
intd#
inta#
B18
req# (slot 1)
req# (slot 2)
A17
gnt# (slot 1)
gnt# (slot 2)
A26
ad29
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6.9
Hard Disk Drive
Capacity
See ordering data
Power requirements typically (startup) 5V
0.41 A (0.3 A)
typically (startup) 12V
0.21 A (1.3 A)
Parameters
Heads
Cylinder / Sectors /
Depend on type of hard disk
used
Jumpers
Single *
J8-1 = 0
J8-3 = 0
J8-5 = 0
Master
J8-1 = 0
J8-3 = 0
J8-5 = 1
Slave
J8-1 = 0
J8-3 = 1
J8-5 = 0
Fast IDE Highspeed
Yes
1 = Jumper inserted
0 = Jumper not inserted
* = Default setting
All other jumpers should remain as supplied
6.10 Floppy Disk Drive
Capacity
1.44 MB
Power requirements typically (startup) 5V
0.40 A (0.70 A)
typically (startup) 12V
Parameters
Jumpers
Cylinders
80
Sectors
18
Heads
2
Single
None
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6.11 AC and DC Power Supplies
Technical Data
Voltage
Max. current
Voltage stability
+12 V
1.7 A
" 4%
–12 V
0.2 A
" 6%
+5V
10.5 A
" 3%
–5 V
0.05 A
" 5%
+3.3 V
4.2 A
" 5%
+ 18 V (electrically isolated)
0.05 A
" 5%
Voltage
Input voltage
Frequency
AC
DC
120/230 V AC, " 10 %
24 V DC
47 – 63 Hz
–
v 120 Watt
Power consumption
Stored energy time upon
power failure
20 ms
20 ms at rated voltage
Output power
84 W
Degree of protection
IP20 (when installed)
Protection class
VDE 0106
Approvals
EN 60950/IEC 950, UL 1950
Power Good signal
Power Good signal
Input voltage
+5 V secondary voltage
POWER GOOD
T1
T1:
T2:
T3:
Figure 6-2
6-42
preset time
hold–up time
save time
T2
T3
100 to 500 ms
16.6 ms minimum
1 ms minimum
Time Characteristics of the Power Good Signal
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6.12
Connecting Cables
Overview
PG 6XX
6ES5731-6AG00
COM1/TTY
and
6ES5733-2xxx0 1)
PLC IF/TTY
PG 7xx
COM1/V.24
COM1/V.24
Connection via V.24
6ES5731-6AG00
and
15-pin PU IF
AG 90U to AG 155U
6ES5731-1xxx0
or
6ES5734-2xxx0
COM1/TTY
6ES5731-6AG00
and
6ES5731-0xxx0
25-pin PU IF
AG 150U (AS 511)
Printer
6AP1901-0AL00
Centronics
LPT1/Centronics
6ES5731-6AG00
CP523-525
and
6ES5726-0xxx0
COM1/TTY
PU IF/TTY
6ES5731-6AG00
and
6ES5731-1xxx0
or
6ES5734-2xxx0
CP526, 527
CP530, 143
CP552, 580
CP581
IP252, 260
IP246, 247
AS x00
6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0
MPI/RS 485
ET200 plug/RS 485
MPI plug/RS 485
PU IF/MPI/RS 485
Figure 6-3
Connecting Cables
1) Connecting cables only as spare parts now
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Standard connecting cable
You can use the standard connecting cable to connect your computing unit to a
Siemens programmable controller. Please study the notes in Chapter 3.
PC/PG 7xx side
Connecting cable
PLC side
25–pin plug connector
6ES5 734-2BD20
15–pin plug connector
Active
(included with device)
Passive
330 ohm
+U
9
19
2
18
21
–U
330 ohm
+U
19
6
9
7
10
–U
Casing
1
8
3
Shield/
Casing
1
20
Figure 6-4
Standard Connecting Cable
Adapter PG 6xx cable
If you want to connect your computing unit to a PLC with the standard connecting
cable of a PG 6xx, please use an adapter.
PC/PG 7xx side
Connecting cable PLC side
6ES5 731-1xxx0 15–pin plug connector
Adapter
25–pin plug connector 6ES5 731-6AG00
Active
(release 2)
Passive
330 ohm
+U
19
22
9
18
10
2
19
8
6
9
21
7
10
24
21
–U
330 ohm
+U
–U
Casing
1
3
20
Figure 6-5
6-44
25
12
23
20
6
2
3
4
17
8
1
Shield/
Casing
Adapter for Connection to PG 6xx
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Connecting cable with 25-pin socket
PC/PG 7xx PG 695 II Adapter
25–pin plug connector 6ES5 731-6AG00
Active
(release 2)
Connecting cable PLC S5, V.24
6ES5 731-0xxx0 25–pin socket
Passive
330 ohm
+U
19
22
21
18
10
20
21
–U
330 ohm
19
+U
8
19
9
21
18
10
24
1
1
25
12
23
20
–U
Casing
3
6
2
3
4
17
20
Figure 6-6
Shield
24
25
Connecting Cable with 25-Pin Socket
Connecting cables for the connection of a PC/PU interface
You can connect your computing unit to PUs via
TTY / COM 1 with this cable. This cable does not have an order number. Please
study the notes in Chapter 3.
PG 7xx
PG 695 II (PC 16-20)
25–pin Cannon plug connector
PC/PG 7xx
PG 695 II (PC 16-20)
25–pin Cannon plug connector
Port :COM1/TTY
Port :COM1/TTY
Active
Passive
330 ohm
+U
19
9
18
10
21
–U
330 ohm
+U
19
18
9
21
10
Shield/casing
–U
1
Figure 6-7
3
3
20
20
Connecting Cables for the Connection of a PC/PU Interface
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Interface to PLC S5/V.24 and COM 1/TTY of a PG 6xx
If you want to connect your computing unit to the PLC S5 / V.24 port of a PG 6xx,
you will need an adapter. In this case, the computing unit must be active. Please
study the notes on changing the TTY/COM 1 port from passive to active in
section 4.10.
Connecting cable
6ES5 733-2xxx0
PC/PG 7xx
Adapter
25–pin Cannon plug connector 6ES5 731-6AG00
Port: COM1/TTY
(release 2)
Active
PG 6XX
25–pin Cannon plug connector
with PLC S5/V.24 interface
Passive
330 ohm
19
22
6
18
10
8
19
8
10
9
21
10
24
25
12
23
20
6
2
3
4
17
+U
21
–U
330 ohm
+U
–U
1
Casing
3
20
Figure 6-8
12
24
Casing
25
Shield/casing
2
GND
3
4
K3
K2
17
K1
Interface to PLC S5/V.24 and COM 1/TTY of a PG 6xx
PC/PG 7xx connection in V.24 mode
You can interconnect all PG 7XX’s with this connecting cable.
Note direction of insertion
PC/PG 7xx
25-pin
Casing
Connecting cable: 6ES5733-0BD20
Casing
Shield
25-pin
1
1
Casing
TxD
2
2
3
3
RxD
RxD
3
3
2
2
TxD
RTS
4
4
5
5
CTS
CTS
5
5
4
4
RTS
DSR
6
6
20
20
DTR
GHD
7
7
7
7
GHD
17
17
6
6
DTR
Figure 6-9
6-46
Shield
Casing
20
20
AKENI
DSR
PC/PG 7xx Connection in V.24 Mode
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7
This chapter describes the specific features of distributed configuration to the
extent that they vary from the integrated configuration (described in Chapters 2 to
6).
The present document concentrates on the computing unit.
The part of the description referring to the Remote mount of the control
unit will be found in ”SIMATIC Panel PC 670/870 Control Unit” manual.
Overview
You will find general information about the Remote mount concept in
Section 5.1 of the ”SIMATIC Panel PC 670/870 Control Unit” manual.
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7.1
7.1.1
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Description
Overview
Figure 7-1 shows a PC 670 computing unit (distributed configuration) with the
transmitter fitted between mounting brackets.
CD-ROM drive
PC 670 computing unit
Mounting brackets
Elongated mounting hole
Figure 7-1
Socket for connecting
interconnecting cable
Transmitter housing
PC 670 computing unit in distributed configuration (230 V power supply) including transmitter
You can see the fitted transmitter pcb in Figure 7-4.
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7.1.2
Dimensions
103.5
8
43.5
25
Figure 7-2 shows the dimensions of the PC 670 computing unit with transmitter.
304.6
74.3
289.6
297.2
211
253
Transmitter
Dimensions in mm
Figure 7-2
Dimensions of PC 670 computing unit in distributed configuration including transmitter
7.1.3
Mounting
The computing unit is supplied as a complete combination with the transmitter
installed ex works.
The device is fitted with the help of four elongated holes in the mounting brackets
(refer to Figures 7-1 and 7-2).
Installation The computing unit can be fitted horizontally or vertically. An inclined position of
$5 ° is allowed; vertical installation is recommended.
Downward direction of the airflow is not allowed (interfaces at top; refer to Figure
7-3).
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Fan
FDD
FDD
Interfaces
FDD
Interfaces
Interfaces
12.01
Fan
Fan
Fan
Fan
Interfaces
FDD
FDD
Fan
Interfaces
Interfaces
Figure 7-3
7.2
FDD
Installation locations for the computing unit
Cable connection
The transmitter and receiver are interconnected by a cable no longer than 20 m.
For operation, the angled cable connector is inserted in the socket of the
transmitter and locked.
The interconnecting cable must also be fixed in position.
For further details refer to the ”SIMATIC Panel PC 670/870 Control Unit” manual,
Chapter 5.
7.3
Spare parts
The interconnecting cable for the Panel PC with distributed configuration is a spare
part (refer to the ”SIMATIC Panel PC 670/870 Control Unit” manual).
7.4
Technical Specifications
Of relevance to the user, in addition to the technical specifications listed in
Appendix B, are only the:
7-4
S
Dimensions: see Figure 7-2.
S
S30 encoder setting of the transmitter:
the transmitter setting to the display you are using is performed before it is
supplied.
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Display
code
Should it be necessary to check or modify the setting, perform the following steps:
1. Unscrew the computing unit from the installation wall.
2. Unscrew the four fastening screws on the transmitter housing (Figure 7-1).
3. Remove the transmitter housing from the computing unit (there is no need to
unplug the cables).
Encoder S30
Computing unit
Transmitter housing
Transmitter
Port for interconnecting
cable
Figure 7-4
Transmitter in opened transmitter housing
4. Check (or set) the switch setting as shown in the table below:
Table 7-1
Display type setting using encoder S30
Type
Resolution
S30/4
S30/3
S30/2
S30/1
12” (SVGA)
800 x 600
OFF
ON
ON
ON
15” (XGA)
1024 x 768
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
5. Install in reverse order.
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A
In this chapter
In this chapter you will find a selection of important errors and messages on the
computing unit, together with their causes and remedies.
The built-in self-test of the computing unit is likewise explained.
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Error Diagnostics
A.1
Diagnosing Errors
The table shows when the messages and errors occur and how you perform
troubleshooting.
Error
Cause
Remedy
Power ON LED does not light
Power supply connection is not
correct
Check the power supply connection, mains cable, and mains plug
The display/monitor shows the
following message:
Invalid configuration information... Press the F1
key for continue, F2 to
run Setup utility
Erroneous configuration data
Backup battery defective or
empty
Press F2, check the configuration
data in SETUP, enter default values if required, check error messages in the first SETUP dialog
box
The display/monitor shows the
following message:
No boot device available
No bootable disk in drive
Wrong hard disk type entered in
SETUP
Use Fixed Disk function in
SETUP
The display/monitor shows the
following message:
Keyboard stuck key failure
A key stuck during the system
self-test of the keyboard.
Check the keyboard
Reboot the system
Startup of the computing unit is
aborted following several whistling noises
An error occurred during the system self-test
Check the hardware (refer to section 2.1).
Whistling is heard every time a
key is pressed but characters are
not displayed
The keyboard buffer has overflowed
<CTRL> <PAUSE>
Not Ready error when attempting
to read from floppy disk
No disk inserted
Disk is not formatted.
Insert disk
Format disk
Write Protection error when attempting to write to disk
The disk is write-protected
The guide slot is open with the
3.5’’ format
Disable write protection
Ports COM1, COM2, LPT1 or
MPI/DP cannot be addressed
Ports are set to Disabledin SETUP.
Set ports COM1,COM2, LPT1 or
MPI/DP in SETUP to Enabled in
the Hardware Options dialog
box.
<\> Key is not displayed
Wrong keyboard driver being
used
Load the proper keyboard driver
<ALT> <9> <2>
Mouse does not work
The ball in the mouse does not
move freely
No or wrong mouse driver
Clean the ball and the housing of
the mouse
Load the proper mouse driver
The mouse pointer cannot be
moved
The PS/2 port is set to Disabled Check the entry in Setup
in Setup
The mouse pointer does not
move smoothly
The ball in the mouse is dirty
Clean the ball and the housing of
the mouse
The drive cover cannot be opened
The bezel does not fit properly
Press the bezel in properly
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Built-In Self Test of the Computing Unit
When the computing unit is powered up, it runs a self-test (POST = Power On Self
Test). If errors are detected, the corresponding sequence of beeps (beep code) is
output. Each beep code consists of 2 x 2 sequences.
Conversion table for the beep codes to hexadecimal representation:
Beeps
Hex Code
B
B
0
B
BB
1
B
BBB
2
B
BBBB
3
BB
B
4
BB
BB
5
BB
BBB
6
BB
BBBB
7
BBB
B
8
BBB
BB
9
BBB
BBB
A
BBB
BBBB
B
BBBB
B
C
BBBB
BB
D
BBBB
BBB
E
BBBB
BBBB
F
Example
BBBB
B
3
BB
BBB
6
Check shutdown code
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Hex Code
Meaning
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Error Diagnostics
The POST codes in order of occurrence:
Display
(hex)
A-4
Meaning
Description
02
TP_VERIFY_REAL
Test whether the CPU is in real mode
1C
TP_RESET_PIC
Reset the interrupt controller
12
TP_RESTORE_CRO
Restore the controller register
13
TP_PCI_BM_RESET
Reset the PCI bus master
36
TP_CHK_SUTDOWN
Check the shutdown code
24
TP_SET_HUGE_ES
Switch the ES to special mode
03
TP_DISABLE_NMI
Switch off the NMI
0A
TP_CPU_INIT
Initialize the CPU early
04
TP_GET_CPU_TYPE
Determine the CPU type
AE
TP_CLEAR_BOOT
Edit the boot flag
06
TP_HW_INIT
Initialize the main hardware
18
TP_TIMER_INIT
Initialize the timer
08
TP_CS_INIT
Initialize the chip set
C4
TP_PEM_SIZER_INIT
Reset system error
0E
TP_IO_INIT
Initialize IO
0C
TP_CACHE_INIT
Initialize the cache
16
TP_CHECKSUM
EPROM checksum test
28
TP_SIZE_RAM
Determine the RAM size
3A
TP_CACHE_AUTO
Determine the cache size
2A
TP_ZERO_BASE
Set 512k base RAM to 0
2C
TP_ADDR_TEST
Test the base RAM address cables
2E
TP_BASERAML
Check the 1.64k base RAM
38
TP_SYS_SHADOW
BIOS shadow
20
TP_REFRESH
Refresh module test
29
TP_PMM_INIT
Initialize the post memory manager
33
TP_PDM_INIT
Initialize the dispatch manager
C1
TP_7xx_INIT
Initialize the PG 7xx I/Os
09
TP_SET_IN_POST
Start power ON self-test
0A
TP_CPU_INIT
Initialize the CPU
0B
TP_CPU_CACHE_ON
Switch on the cache
0F
TP_FDISK_INIT
Initialize the hard disk
10
TP_PM_INIT
Initialize the power management
14
TP_8742_INIT
Initialize module 8742
1A
TP_DMA_INIT
Initialize the DMA modules
1C
TP_RESET_PIC
Reset the interrupt controller
32
TP_COMPUTE_SPEED
Determine the clock pulse speed
C1
TP_740_INIT
Initialize the PG 740 I/Os
34
TP_CMOS_TEST
Test the CMOS RAM
3C
TP_ADV_CS_CONFIG
Configure the advanced chip set
42
TP_VECTOR_INIT
Initialize the interrupt vectors
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Display
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Meaning
Description
46
TP_COPYRIGHT
Test the copyright
49
TP_PCI_INIT
Initialize the PCI interface
48
TP_CONFIG
Check the configuration
4A
TP_VIDEO
Initialize the video interface
4C
TP_VID_SHADOW
Copy the video BIOS to RAM
24
TP_SET_HUGE_ES
Switch the ES to special mode
22
TP_8742_TEST
Test module 8742
52
TP_KB_TEST
Keyboard available?
54
TP_KEY_CLICK
Switch the keyboard click on/off
76
TP_KEYBOARD
Check the keyboard
58
TP_HOT_INT
Test for unexpected interrupts
4B
TP_QUIETBOOT_START
Switch off any boot messages
4E
TP_CR_DISPLAY
Display the copyright notice
50
TP_CPU_DISPLAY
Display the CPU type
5A
TP_DISPLAY_F2
Display the F2 message for ”SETUP”
5B
TP_CPU_CACHE_OFF
Switch off the cache if applicable (SETUP
setting)
5C
TP_MEMORY_TEST
Test the system memory
60
TP_EXT_MEMORY
Test the extended memory
62
TP_EXT_ADDR
Test the A20 address line
64
TP_USERPATCH1
Area for own initializations
66
TP_CACHE_ADVNCD
Determine and enable the cache size
68
TP_CACHE_CONFIG
Configure and test the cache
6A
TP_DISP_CACHE
Display the cache configuration
6C
TP_DISP_SHADOWS
Display the configuration and size of the
shadow RAM
6E
TP_DISP_NONDISP
Display non-disposable segment
70
TP_ERROR_MSGS
Display post error
72
TP_TEST_CONFIG
Check SETUP irregularities
7C
TP_HW_INTS
Set the IRQ vectors
7E
TP_COPROC
Check whether the CO processor is present
96
TP_CLEAR_HUGE_ES
Switch the ES back
80
TP_IO_BEFORE
Disable IO modules
88
TP_BIOS_INIT
Various initializations
8A
TP_INIT_EXT_BDA
Initialize the external BIOS data area
85
TP_PCI_PCC
Determine the PCI modules
82
TP_RS232
Determine the serial interfaces
84
TP_LPT
Determine the parallel interface
86
TP_IO_AFTER
Reenable the IO modules
83
TP_FDISK_CFG_IDE_CTRLR
Configure the IDE controller
89
TP_ENABLE_NMI
Enable the NMI
8C
TP_FLOPPY
Initialize the floppy controller
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Display
(hex)
Meaning
Description
90
TP_FDISK
Initialize the hard disk controller
8B
TP_MOUSE
Test the internal mouse interface
95
TP_CD
Test the CP
92
TP_USERPATCH2
Area for own initializations
98
TP_ROM_SCAN
Search for BIOS expansions
69
TP_PM_SETUP
Initialize the power management
9E
TP_IRQS
Enable the hardware IRQ
A0
TP_TIME_OF_DAY
Set the clock time and date
A2
TP_KEYLOCK_TEST
Preset the keylock
C2
TP_PEM_LOCK
Stop the error manager
C3
TP_PEM_DISPLAY
Display any possible errors
A8
TP_ERASE_F2
Delete the F2 message
AA
TP_SCAN_FOR_F2
Was F2 pressed?
AC
TP_SETUP_CHEK
Switch F1/F2 message
AE
TP_CLEAR_BOOT
Cancel the self-test flag
B0
TP_ERROR_CHECK
Check for any possible errors
B2
TP_POST_DONE
End of the self-test
BE
TP_CLEAR_SCREEN
Clear the screen
B6
TP_PASSWORD
Password query (option)
BC
TP_PARITY
Cancel the parity flag
BD
TP_BOOT_MENU
Display the boot menu (option)
B9
TP_PREPARE_BOOT
Prepare the boot
C0
TP_INT19
Boot via Interrupt 19
00
Message after startup is complete
If the INSERT key is pressed while the system is booting, three short beeps are
output. This indicates that the initialization of the PC-specific is being skipped.
If your computing unit not start up properly, you can report the Hex code of the
self-test to the hotline.
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B
In this Appendix
This appendix contains the following technical specifications for the Panel PC 670
computing unit:
S
General Information
S
Safety
S
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
S
Ambient Conditions
S
Mechanical environmental conditions
S
Special features
S
Motherboard
S
Drives
S
Graphics card
S
Interfaces
S
Function displays (light-emitting diodes) on device
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General
External dimensions B x H
295 mm x 265 mm x 80 mm, without CD-ROM drive
295 mm x 265 mm x 100 mm, with CD-ROM drive
Weight
Central configuration: approx. 6 kg
Remote mount: approx. 7,5
Line voltage (UN)
120 V (85 V to 132 V (AC),
or 230 V (170 V to 264 V) AC (autorange);
alternatively: 24 V (DC) (18.5 V to 28.5 V)
Line voltage frequency
50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz)
Brief voltage interruption acc. to
NAMUR
max. 20 ms at o.85 UN
(max. 10 events per hour; recovery time at least
1 second)
Max. power consumption
Central configuration: 130 W, Remote mount: 133 W
Max. current output (DC)
+5 V / 10.5 A
3.3 V / 4.2 A
+12 V / 1.7 A
–12 V / 0.2 A
–5 V / 0.05 A
(total max. 84 W)
Noise emission
< 55 dB (A) to DIN 45635
Degree of protection
IP20
Safety
Protection class
Protection class I to VDE 0106 T1: 1982 (IEC 536)
Safety requirements
IEC 950/09.91 corr. to DIN VDE 0805/11.93
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Emitted interference
EN 55011 Class A (requirement in industrial
environment)
Noise immunity:
± 2 kV
(to IEC 1000-4-4; burst)
Line-fed interference on supply
lines
± 1 kV
(to IEC 1000-4-5; surge symm)
± 2 kV
(to IEC 1000-4-5; surge asymm)
Noise immunity on signal lines
± 1 kV
(to IEC 1000-4-4; burst; length < 3 m)
± 2 kV
(to IEC 1000-4-4; burst; length > 3 m)
± 1 kV
(to IEC 1000-4-5; surge symm;
Length > 20 m)
(to IEC 1000-4-5:1995; surge asymm)
Length > 20 m)
± 2 kV
Noise immunity to discharges of
static electricity
B-2
± 6 kV contact discharge
(to IEC 1000-4-2)
± 8 kV discharge in air
(to IEC 1000-4-2)
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Noise immunity to high-frequency 10 V/m 80-1000 MHz, 80% AM (to IEC 1000-4-3)
radiation
10 V/m 900 MHz, 50% ED (to ENV 50204:1995
10 V 9KHz- 80MHz (to IEC 1000-4-6)
Magnetic field
30 A/m 50 Hz (to IEC 1000-4-8)
Climatic conditions
Temperature
Tested to DIN EN 60068-2-2:1994, DIN IEC 68-2-1,
DIN IEC 68-2-14,
–
–
operation
storage/transport
+ 5°C to +45°C (with full configuration)
- 20°C to +60°C
–
gradient
max 10°C/h (no condensation)
Relative humidity
Tested to DIN IEC 68-2-3, DIN IEC 68-2-30,
DIN IEC 68-2-56
–
–
operation
storage/transport
5% to 80% at 25°C (no condensation)
5% to 95% at 25°C (no condensation)
–
gradient
max 10°C/h (no condensation)
Mechanical environmental conditions
Vibration *)
Tested to DIN IEC 68-2-6
–
operation
10 to 58 Hz: 0.075 mm, 58 to 500 Hz: 9.8 m/s2
–
storage/transport
5 to 9 Hz: 3,5 mm, 9 to 500 Hz: 9.8 m/s2
Shock
Tested to DIN IEC 68-2-29
–
operation
50 m/s2, 30 ms,
–
storage/transport
250 m/s2, 6 ms,
*) Constraints for LS 120 and CD-ROM
LS 120 with 120 MB disk
10 to 58 Hz: 0.015 mm, 58 to 500 Hz: 2 m/s2
CD-ROM
10 to s 58 Hz: 0.019 mm, 58 to 500 Hz: 2.5 m/s2
Special features
Quality assurance
to ISO 9001
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Technical Specifications
Motherboard
Processor
Intel Mobile Pentium II / Celeron (type: MMC2), (see
ordering data)
Cache
2x 16 KB first level, 128/256 KB second level,
depending on processor used)
Main memory (RAM)
Maximal 256 MB SDRAM
memory configuration (see ordering data)
Free expansion slots
1 shared ISA/PCI (max 170 mm long),
1 PCI (max 265 mm long)
–
Max. permissible power
consumption per ISA slot
–
Max. permissible power
consumption per PCI slot
Values not to be exceeded as
total (all slots)
–
5V 2A, 12V 0.3A, -12V 0.1A
5V 2A, 12V 0.3A, -12V 0.1A
5V 3A, 12V 0.6A, -12V 0.15A
Drives
Floppy disk drive/LS 120
3.5”, (1.44 MB) / 3.5” (120 MB or 1.44 MB)
Hard disk drive
3.5”, EIDE, UDMA33, hard disk capacity (see ordering
data)
Graphics
B-4
Graphics controller
XGA LCD controller on AGP bus;
Type: Chips & Technology 69000 PCI
Graphics memory
2 MB SDRAM, integrated in graphics controller
Resolutions/frequencies/colors
CRT: up to 1024x768/75 Hz/65535 colors
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Ports
COM 1
Serial port 1 (V.24 / TTY), 25-pin sub D socket
connector
COM 2
Serial port 2 (V.24), 9-pin sub D connector
LPT1
Parallel port (standard, EPP and ECP modes)
Interface for printer with parallel port
VGA
VGA port for external monitor
Keyboard
PS/2 keyboard connector (combo interface with
trackball signals)
Mouse
PS/2 mouse port
USB
2 ports (1x internal, 1x external)
Cardbus
1 interface (max. Type III)
DP12 interface, isolated
9-pin sub D socket connector, screw-type locking
•
Transmission speed
•
9.6 Kbaud to 12 Mbaud, software-selectable
•
Mode
•
isolated 1):
data lines A, B
control lines RTS AS, RTS_PG
- 5V voltage supply (max. 90 mA)
•
ground connection:
•
Physical interface
•
- screen of DP12 connection cable
RS485, isolated 1)
•
Memory address area
•
0CC000h ...0CC7FFh or 0DC000h ...0DC7FFh
•
Interrupts
•
IRQ5, 10, 11 or 15, software-selectable
1) Electrically isolated in a safety extra-low voltage circuit (SELV)
Function displays (LEDs) on device
Computing unit
FD/LS120 access (on FD/LS120 drive)
CD-ROM access (on CD drive)
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ESD Guidelines
C
What does ESD mean?
Virtually all present-day modules incorporate highly integrated MOS devices or
components. For technological reasons, these electronic components are very
sensitive to overvoltages and consequently therefore to electrostatic discharge:
These devices are referred to in German as Elektrostatisch Gefährdeten
Bauelemente/ Baugruppen: “EGB”
The more frequent international name is:
“ESD” (Electrostatic Sensitive Device)
The following symbol on plates on cabinets, mounting racks or packages draws
attention to the use of electrostatic sensitive devices and thus to the contact
sensitivity of the assemblies concerned:
ESDs may be destroyed by voltages and energies well below the perception
threshold of persons. Voltages of this kind occur as soon as a device or an
assembly is touched by a person who is not electrostatically discharged . Devices
exposed to such overvoltages cannot immediately be detected as defective in the
majority of cases since faulty behavior may occur only after a long period of
operation.
Precautions against electrostatic discharge
Most plastics are capable of carrying high charges and it is therefore imperative
that they be kept away from sensitive components.
When handling electrostatic sensitive devices, make sure that persons, workplaces
and packages are properly grounded.
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Handling ESD assemblies
A general rule is that assemblies should be touched only when this cannot be
avoided owing to the work that has to performed on them. Under no circumstances
should you handle printed-circuit boards by touching device pins or circuitry.
You should touch devices only if
S
you are grounded by permanently wearing an ESD wrist strap or
S
you are wearing ESD shoes or ESD shoe-grounding protection straps in
conjunction with an ESD floor.
Before you touch an electronic assembly, your body must be discharged. The
simplest way of doing this is to touch a conductive, grounded object immediately
beforehand – for example, bare metal parts of a cabinet, water pipe etc.
Assemblies should not be brought into contact with charge-susceptible and highly
insulating materials such as plastic films, insulating table tops and items of clothing
etc. containing synthetic fibers.
Assemblies should be deposited only on conductive surfaces (tables with an ESD
coating, conductive ESD cellular material, ESD bags, ESD shipping containers).
Do not place assemblies near visual display units, monitors or television sets
(minimum distance to screen > 10 cm).
Measuring and modifying ESD assemblies
Perform measurements on ESD assemblies only when
S
the measuring instrument is grounded – for example, by means of a protective
conductor – or
S
the measuring head has been briefly discharged before measurements are
made with a potential-free measuring instrument – for example, by touching a
bare metal control cabinet.
When soldering, use only grounded soldering irons.
Shipping ESD assemblies
Always store and ship assemblies and devices in conductive packing – for
example, metallized plastic boxes and tin cans.
If packing is not conductive, assemblies must be conductively wrapped before they
are packed. You can use, for example, conductive foam rubber, ESD bags,
domestic aluminum foil or paper (never use plastic bags or foils).
With assemblies containing fitted batteries, make sure that the conductive packing
does not come into contact with or short-circuit battery connectors. If necessary,
cover the connectors beforehand with insulating tape or insulating material.
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D
Target groups
This manual is part of the SIMATIC HMI documentation. The documentation is
aimed at the following target groups:
S
Newcomers
S
Users
S
Configurers
S
Programmers
S
Commissioning engineers
How the documentation is organized
The SIMATIC HMI documentation consists of the following components:
S
User’s Guides for:
– Configuration software
– Runtime software
– Communication between PLCs and operating units
S
Equipment Manuals for the following operating units:
– SIMATIC PC
– MP (Multi Panel)
– OP (Operator Panel)
– TP (Touch Panel)
– TD (Text Display)
– PP (Push Button Panel)
S
Online Help on the configuration software
S
Start-up Guides
S
First Steps
Overview of complete documentation
The following table provides an overview of the SIMATIC HMI documentation and
shows you when you require the different documents.
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Documentation
Target Group
Content
First Steps with ProTool
Newcomers
This documentation guides you step by step through
the configuration of
Product Brief
S a screen with various objects
S changing from one screen to another
S a message.
This documentation is available for:
S OP 3, OP 5, OP 7, OP 15, OP 17
S OP 25, OP 27, OP 35, OP 37, TP 27, TP 37
S Windows-based systems
ProTool
Configuring
Windows-based Systems
Configurers
Provides information on working with the ProTool/Pro
configuration software. It contains
S information on installation
S basic principles of configuration
S a detailed description of configurable objects and
User’s Guide
functions.
This documentation is valid for Windows-based
systems.
ProTool
Configuring
Graphics Displays
Configurers
Provides information on working with the ProTool
configuration software. It contains
S information on installation
S basic principles of configuration
S a detailed description of configurable objects and
User’s Guide
functions.
This documentation is valid for graphic display
operating units.
ProTool
Configuring
Text-based Displays
Configurers
Provides information on working with the ProTool/Lite
configuration software. It contains
S information on installation
S basic principles of configuration
S a detailed description of configurable objects and
User’s Guide
functions.
This documentation is valid for text-based display
operating units.
ProTool
Configurers
Online Help
ProTool/Pro Runtime
User’s Guide
Provides information on the configuration computer
while working with ProTool. Online Help contains
S
S
S
S
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
context-sensitive help
detailed instructions and examples
detailed information
all the information from the user guide.
Provides information on working with ProTool/Pro
Runtime software. It contains
S installation of the ProTool/Pro Runtime visualization
software
S commissioning and running the software on
Windows-based systems.
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Content
Copy Protection
Start-up Guide
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
The ProTool/Pro Runtime visualization software is a
copyright product. This manual contains information on
the installation, repair and uninstallation of
authorizations.
Application Example
Newcomers
ProTool is supplied with example configurations and
the corresponding PLC programs. This documentation
describes how you
Start-up Guide
S load the examples onto the operating unit and PLC
S run the examples and
S upgrade the connection to the PLC to suit your own
specific application.
SIMATIC Panel PC 670
Equipment Manual
MP 270
Equipment Manual
TP 170A
Equipment Manual
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
Describes the computer unit and operating unit of the
SIMATIC Panel PC 670.
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
Describes the hardware and the general operation of
Windows-based Panels:
TP 070
Equipment Manual
S
S
S
S
installation and commissioning instructions
a description of the equipment
operating instructions
instructions for connecting the PLC, printer and
programming computer,
S maintenance instructions.
OP 37/Pro
Equipment Manual
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
Describes the hardware, installation and inclusion of
upgrades and options for the OP 37/Pro.
TP 27, TP 37
Equipment Manual
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
Describes the hardware and general operation.
It contains
OP 27, OP 37
Equipment Manual
OP 25, OP 35, OP 45
Equipment Manual
programming computer,
S operating modes
S operating instructions
S description of the standard screens supplied with
OP 7, OP 17
Equipment Manual
OP 5, OP 15
Equipment Manual
the operating unit and how to use them
TD 17
Equipment Manual
OP 3
Equipment Manual
PP 7, PP 17
Equipment Manual
S installation and commissioning instructions
S a description of the equipment
S instructions for connecting the PLC, printer and
S fitting options
S maintenance and fitting of spare parts.
Commissioning
engineers,
Users,
Programmers
Describes the hardware of the OP3, its general
operation and the connection to the SIMATIC S7.
Commissioning
engineers,
Users
Describes the hardware, installation and
commissioning of push-button panels PP 7 and PP 17.
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Target Group
Content
Communication
Programmers
Provides information on connecting text-based and
graphics displays to the following PLCs:
User’s Guide
S
S
S
S
SIMATIC S5
SIMATIC S7
SIMATIC 500/505
drivers for other PLCs
This documentation describes the
S configuration and parameters required for
connecting the devices to the PLC and the network
S user data areas used for exchanging data between
operating unit and PLC.
Communication for
Windows-based Systems
Programmers
Provides information on connecting Windows-based
systems to the following PLCs:
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
User’s Guide
SIMATIC S5
SIMATIC S7
SIMATIC 505
OPC
Allen Bradley PLC-5/SLC 500
Mitsubishi FX
Telemecanique TSX
This documentation describes the
S configuration and parameters required for
connecting the devices to the PLC and the network
S user data areas used for exchanging data between
operating unit and PLC.
Other PLCs
Programmers
Online Help
Provides information on connecting devices to PLCs,
such as:
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
OPC
Mitsubishi
Allen Bradley
Telemecanique
Modicon
Omron
SIMATIC WinAC
When the drives are installed, the relevant Online Help
is installed at the same time.
ProAgent for OP
User’s Guide
Configurers
Provides the following information about the ProAgent
optional package (process diagnosis) for OPs
S configuring system-specific process diagnosis
S detecting, locating the cause of and eliminating
process errors,
S customizing standard diagnostic screens supplied
with the software.
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A
Application
An application is a program directly linked to the MS-DOS or Windows operating
system. Applications on SIMATIC PCs are, for example, the visualization packages
SIMATIC ProTool/Pro, SIMATIC WinCC and others.
Automation system (AS)
A controller in the SIMATIC S7 series (for example, SIMATIC S7-200/300/400).
B
Base memory
Base memory is a part of main memory. It is 640 KB on all SIMATIC PCs. This
size is set on the SETUP menu at the Base Memory option and is not modified
even if memory is upgraded.
C
Cache
Buffer between working memory and central processing unit.
COM1 port
Serial V.24/modem port, 25-pin, sub-D connectors, sockets. The port is suitable for
asynchronous data transmission. It can also be used to connect printers having a
serial interface.
COM2 port
Serial V.24 port, 9-pin, sub-D connectors, pins. Preferred for connecting a mouse
of other external devices (for example, a printer).
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Configuration file
Contains data which define the appearance of a configuration following a complete
restart. These files are CONFIG.SYS, AUTOEXEC.BAT and register files.
Configuration software
Configuration software updates the device configuration when modules are fitted.
This is done either by copying the configuration files supplied with the device of by
manual configuration.
D
Device configuration
The device configuration of a SIMATIC PC contains details about its features and
options such as memory capacity, drive types, monitor, network address, etc. The
data are stored in a configuration file and are used by the operating system to
select the correct drivers and device parameters.
When the basic configuration changes, the user can modify the settings using a
program that configures the system (SETUP).
Drivers
Program parts of the operating system. They convert the data of applications into
specific formats required by the peripheral devices (for example, hard disks,
monitors, printers).
E
Ethernet port
For connecting a local area network (bus structure) for text and data
communications at a data transfer rate of 100 Mbaud.
Expanded memory
Expansion memory modules can be installed to expand the default working
memory of a SIMATIC PC.
I
Interface module
Module for connecting hardware I/O.
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Interface, multipoint
The multipoint interface (MPI) is the SIMATIC PC interface to the SIMATIC S7/M7.
This enables programmable modules, (module, programmable), text displays and
operator panels to be reached from a central point. The nodes on the MPI can
communicate with each other.
Interrupt
Discontinuation in the processor of a programmable controller by an interrupt
event.
IRQ
Interrupt request.
ISA
Industrial Standard Architecture (bus for expansion board)
K
Keyboard port
PS/2 keyboard connector Keyboards with an integrated trackball can be
connected.
L
LPT 1 port
The LPT 1 port (Centronics interface) is a parallel interface which can be used for
attaching a printer.
LS 120 drive
The LS 120 drive is compatible with the familiar 3.5” floppy disk drive. The LS 120
drive supports both standard floppy disks (1.44 MB) and superdisks with a capacity
of up to 120 MB.
M
Main memory
Main memory is the whole RAM on a SIMATIC PC.
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Motherboard
The motherboard is the heart of SIMATIC PCs. Data are processed and saved
from here, and interfaces and device peripherals are controlled and managed.
Mouse port
PS/2 mouse connector.
MPI/DP port
(Multi-Point-Interface/Profibus-DP) for connecting an S7 programmable controller.
P
Parallel port
Information is transferred on a byte by byte basis through a parallel port. High data
transfer rates are achieved as a result. SIMATIC PCs have one parallel port (LPT)
for attaching a printer.
PC card interface
For connecting PC cards (types I/II/III).
PCI or PCI/ISA slot
(Peripheral Component Interconnect) for expansion boards.
PCMCIA
(Personal Computer Memory Card International Association). Association of
computer manufacturers formed with the aim of defining an international standard
for memory modules and PC expansion cards. Cooperates with JEIDA.
Port, parallel
Information is transferred on a byte by byte basis through a parallel port. High data
transfer rates are achieved as a result. SIMATIC PCs have one parallel LPT1 port.
Port, serial
Data are transferred bit by bit through serial ports. They are used in instances
where large distances have to be traversed with minimum cabling.
Printer interface
Parallel port, 25-pin, sub-D connectors, sockets. For attaching printers.
Programmable logic controller (PLC)
A controller in the SIMATIC S5 series (for example, AG S5-115U/135U).
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R
RTC
Real time clock
S
SCSI interface
Small Computer System Interface. Interface for connecting SCSI devices (for
example, hard disks, CD-ROM drives)
SETUP (BIOS Setup)
A program which defines information about the device configuration. The device
configuration of the SIMATIC PC is preset. Changes have to be made when a
memory expansion module, new modules or drives have to be activated.
SINEC L2
Bus system on the basis of the Profibus standard. SINEC L2 supports direct
interconnection of components in the SIMATIC S5/S7 series (for example,
programming units, PLCs, automation systems, etc.).
SINEC H1 (Ethernet)
Bus system on the basis of the Ethernet standard. SINEC H1 interface modules
support direct interconnection of components in the SIMATIC S5/S7 series (for
example, programming units, PLCs, automation systems).
T
TFT display
Thin-film transistor color display
U
USB port
(Universal Serial Bus) for connecting devices to the USB port.
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V
V.24 interface
The V.24 interface is a standard interface for data transmission, and printers,
modems, etc. can be connected to it.
VGA port
(Video Graphics Array) for connecting an external monitor, 15-pin, sub-D
connectors, sockets.
W
Warm restart
By warm restart we mean a restart after a program abort. The operating system is
reloaded and started. A warm restart is performed by pressing the keys CTRL+
ALT+ DEL.
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B
error diagnostics, A-1
errors, diagnosing, A-2
ESD guidelines, C-1
ESD notes, 4-2
expansion board, maximum dimensions, 4-13
expansions, 4-1
external dimensions, B-2
external keyboard, 6-18
BIOS, 5-2
date, 5-5
time, 5-5
F
A
active/passive switching, 3-20
address areas, 6-4
AT card, 4-13
fan
C
card, note, 4-13
Cardbus, 3-11
climatic conditions, technical specifications,
B-3
COM 1, 6-15
COM 2, 6-16
commissioning, 2-1
component, current requirement, 6-2
configuring the device, 5-1
connecting cables, 6-43
connection, MPI/DP port, 4-31
current requirement, component, 6-2
installing, 4-26
removing, 4-26
fan control, 6-12
floppy disk drive, technical specifications, 6-41
floppy disks, 3-15
function, SafeCard, 6-11
function displays, technical specifications, B-5
G
general, technical specifications, B-2
graphics, technical specifications, B-4
H
D
device configuration, 5-2
diagnosing, errors, A-2
dimensions, B-2
disk drive, setting type, 5-5
documentation, D-1
drive, LS 120, Glossary-3
drives, 4-18
technical specifications, B-4
E
electromagnetic compatibility, technical
specifications, B-2
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setting type, 5-5
technical specifications, 6-41
hardware information, 6-1
I
I/O address space, 6-4
I/O devices, shielding, operating permit, 3-2
Industrial Ethernet, 3-24
install, SIMATIC PC, 2-3
interface, 6-45
interrupt, 6-8
ISA card, maximum dimensions, 4-13
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isolated MPI/DP interface, 3-21
K
keyboard, 3-9
L
LEDs, technical specifications, B-5
literature, D-1
lithium battery, 4-11
LPT 1, 6-17
LS 120 drive, Glossary-3
power supply, technical specifications, 6-42
power systems, 3-5
product overview, 1-5
PROFIBUS, 3-23
PROFIBUS DP network, 4-31
PS/2, 6-17
R
real-time clock, 4-11
receiver, 7-4
Remote mount form factor, 1-6, 7-1
S
SafeCard, function, 6-11
safety, technical specifications, B-2
measurements, B-2
safety instruction, power connection, 3-5
mechanical environmental conditions, technical
self-test, built-in, A-3
specifications, B-3
error diagnostics, A-1
memory address space, 6-4
serial port, 6-15, 6-16
memory expansion, 4-9
setup, 5-2
messages and errors, error diagnostics, A-1
disk drive type, 5-5
monitoring functions, 6-11
hard disk type, 5-5
motherboard, 4-7
memory Cache, 5-7
technical specifications, B-4
Security menu, 5-19
MPI/DP port, connecting, 4-31
SIMATIC HMI documentation, D-1
SIMATIC-S7 programmable controller, 3-21
special features, technical specifications, B-3
N
startup, 3-1
note
warning, 2-3
card, 4-13
structure of the documentation, D-1
PCI card, long, 4-14
switch setting, 3-20
M
O
T
overview/connecting cables, 6-43
target groups, D-1
temperature display, 6-12
temperature monitoring, 6-12
transmitter, 7-4
transportation, 2-10
P
parallel port, 6-17
PC interface, 3-11
PCI card, maximum dimensions, 4-13
PCI card, long, 4-14
note, 4-14
PCI card, short, 4-14
PCMCIA interface, 5-30
point-to-point connection, 3-17, 4-32
ports, technical specifications, B-5
power connection, safety instruction, 3-5
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U
unpack, 2-2
USB interface, 3-10
USB port, 1-7, 6-3, 6-18, B-5
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X
Warning, starting up, 2-3
watchdog
function, 6-12
monitoring times, 6-12
reactions, 6-12
XT card, 4-13
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