Siemens SIMATIC PC Adapter TS Adapter Technical data

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Preface
Properties of the TS Adapter
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IE Basic
SIMATIC
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TS Adapter IE Basic
Manual
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Requirements for operation
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Connecting
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Commissioning
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Firmware update
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Error diagnostics
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Technical data
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Preface
Purpose of the manual
This documentation provides important information for configuring and commissioning
TS Adapter IE Basic.
Basic knowledge required
The following knowledge is required in order to understand the documentation:
● General knowledge of automation technology
● Knowledge of the industrial automation system SIMATIC
● Knowledge about the use of Windows® computers
● Working knowledge of the TIA Portal
● Knowledge of STEP 7 programming
● Knowledge about Ethernet communication
● Knowledge of modems
● Knowledge of network technology
Supplementary documentation
You can find information on PROFINET and Ethernet in the following documentation:
Documentation
Content
PROFINET system description
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/
WW/view/de/19292127/0/en)
Basic knowledge of PROFINET: Network component,
data exchange and communications, PROFINET IO,
Component Based Automation, application example PROFINET IO and Component Based Automation
System Manual
PROFINET Industrial Ethernet
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/
WW/view/de/27069465/0/en)
System Manual
Basic knowledge about the topics of Industrial Ethernet
and PROFINET, topologies, technologies, network
security, network components, network structures and
gateways
Designing interference-free controllers
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/
WW/view/en/59193566)
Fundamentals of electromagnetic compatibility,
interference-free cable routing, shielding, equipotential
bonding, lightning and overvoltage protection
Function manual
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Validity of the manual
The manual is relevant to the following components:
Component
Article number
as of Version
Firmware
Hardware
TS Adapter IE Basic
6ES7972-0EB00-0XA0
V 1.1.0
01
TS Module Modem
6ES7972-0MM00-0XA0
-
01
TS Module ISDN
6ES7972-0MD00-0XA0
-
01
TS Module RS232
6ES7972-0MS00-0XA0
-
01
TS Module GSM
6GK7972-0MG00-0XA0
-
01
This manual contains a description of the components which were valid at the time the
manual was published.
Recycling and disposal
The TS Adapter IE Basic can be recycled owing to its low pollutant content. For the
environmentally friendly recycling and disposal of your old device, please contact a
certificated disposal service for electronic scrap.
Additional assistance
You can find information on the Technical support
(http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request) in the appendix to this
documentation.
The technical documentation for the various SIMATIC products and systems is available on
the Internet (http://www.siemens.com/simatic-tech-doku-portal).
You can find the online catalog and online ordering system on the Internet
(http://mall.automation.siemens.com).
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Security information
Siemens provides products and solutions with industrial security functions that support the
secure operation of plants, solutions, machines, equipment and/or networks. They are
important components in a holistic industrial security concept. With this in mind, Siemens’
products and solutions undergo continuous development. Siemens recommends strongly
that you regularly check for product updates.
For the secure operation of Siemens products and solutions, it is necessary to take suitable
preventive action (e.g. cell protection concept) and integrate each component into a holistic,
state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Third-party products that may be in use should
also be considered. You can find more information about industrial security on the Internet
(http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity).
To stay informed about product updates as they occur, sign up for a product-specific
newsletter. You can find more information on the Internet
(http://support.automation.siemens.com).
Third party software - Licensing conditions and copyright information
You can find copyright information for the third party software contained in this product,
especially open source software, as well as license conditions of such third party software on
the data media provided.
Special note for resellers: The information and the license conditions on the included data
media must be submitted to the purchasing party to avoid license infringements by the
reseller or purchasing party.
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Table of contents
Preface ................................................................................................................................................... 3
1
2
3
4
Properties of the TS Adapter IE Basic ..................................................................................................... 9
1.1
Functions ........................................................................................................................................ 9
1.2
Features .......................................................................................................................................12
1.3
Connection Types ........................................................................................................................12
1.4
Mounting methods .......................................................................................................................14
1.5
Product Package and Spare Parts...............................................................................................15
Requirements for operation ................................................................................................................... 17
2.1
Software Requirements ...............................................................................................................17
2.2
Hardware Requirements ..............................................................................................................17
Connecting ........................................................................................................................................... 19
3.1
Connections / display / button ......................................................................................................19
3.2
Power Supply ...............................................................................................................................20
3.3
Ethernet Port ................................................................................................................................22
3.4
Module interface...........................................................................................................................26
Commissioning ..................................................................................................................................... 27
4.1
Safety Instructions .......................................................................................................................27
4.2
Overview ......................................................................................................................................28
4.3
Setting the PG/PC Interface.........................................................................................................29
4.4
Connecting the TS Adapter IE Basic ...........................................................................................30
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
Setting IP Parameters of TS Adapter IE Basic for the First Time ................................................31
Setting IP parameters by direct connection with the TIA Portal ..................................................31
Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with TeleService ....................................................32
Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with the SIMATIC Manager ...................................33
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic ..................................................33
Establishing a remote connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic with the TIA Portal ......................35
Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic via TeleService ........................36
Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic via a Dial-up Connection..........37
4.7
Parameter assignment of TS Adapter IE - Overview ...................................................................39
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
4.8.5
Open Web interface .....................................................................................................................40
Open Web interface in direct connection with the TIA Portal ......................................................41
Open Web interface via a remote connection with the TIA Portal ...............................................42
Open Web interface in direct connection with TeleService .........................................................43
Open Web interface in direct connection with a browser.............................................................44
Open Web interface using a remote connection with TeleService ..............................................45
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4.8.6
Open Web interface using a remote connection with a browser ................................................ 46
4.9
Setting Remote Maintenance Parameters .................................................................................. 47
4.10
Setting the E-mail Parameters .................................................................................................... 48
4.11
Sending an E-mail from a SIMATIC CPU ................................................................................... 49
4.12
Reset configuration with the Web interface ................................................................................ 49
4.13
Resetting the Configuration with P RES button .......................................................................... 50
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Firmware update ................................................................................................................................... 53
6
Error diagnostics ................................................................................................................................... 55
7
A
6.1
Error Diagnostics Based on LEDs .............................................................................................. 55
6.2
Logon to the Web interface fails ................................................................................................. 56
6.3
Logon to the Web interface is denied ......................................................................................... 57
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
Malfunctions in remote maintenance .......................................................................................... 58
The partner is not answering....................................................................................................... 58
Logon to the TS Adapter IE Basic fails ....................................................................................... 59
The callback fails ......................................................................................................................... 60
Access to the automation component fails ................................................................................. 60
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.5.3
Malfunctions when establishing an outgoing call ........................................................................ 61
Check connection establishment ................................................................................................ 61
The modem connection is not made ........................................................................................... 61
The connection establishment fails ............................................................................................. 62
6.6
Not possible to send e-mail ......................................................................................................... 63
6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
Error diagnostics - Ethernet ........................................................................................................ 64
You do not know the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic. .................................................... 64
The TS Adapter IE Basic is not accessible via Ethernet ............................................................. 64
Technical data ...................................................................................................................................... 65
7.1
General Specifications ................................................................................................................ 65
7.2
Electromagnetic Compatibility ..................................................................................................... 67
7.3
Transportation and Storage Conditions ...................................................................................... 69
7.4
Mechanical and Climatic Ambient Conditions for Operation of the TS Adapter IE Basic ........... 70
7.5
Information on protection class and degree of protection ........................................................... 72
7.6
Standards, Approvals, Certificates, Guidelines, Labels and Declarations .................................. 72
Service & Support ................................................................................................................................. 77
Glossary ............................................................................................................................................... 81
Index .................................................................................................................................................... 85
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1.1
1
Functions
Hardware Requirements
To use the functions of the TS Adapter IE Basic , you must operate it together with a TS
module. The TS module is placed sideways on the TS Adapter IE Basic and forms the
physical interface to the telephone or mobile network.
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
TS Adapter IE Basic
TS Module
Pin connector of the TS module
Elements
Ethernet port
Cannot be opened!
Figure 1-1
Connecting the TS Adapter IE Basic and TS module
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1.1 Functions
Depending on the application involved, you may need a special TS module.
Basic unit
Plug-in TS modules
Article number
TS Adapter IE Basic
TS Module Modem
6ES7972-0MM00-0XA0
TS Module ISDN
6ES7972-0MD00-0XA0
TS Module RS232
6ES7972-0MS00-0XA0
TS Module GSM
6GK7972-0MG00-0XA0
You can find additional information about the TS modules and the modular design in the
Modular TS Adapter manual.
Functions of the TS Adapter IE Basic
The TS Adapter IE Basic has the following functions in connection with a TS module:
● Remote maintenance over the phone network
Wit the TS Adapter IE Basic , you can use an application running on the PG/PC, such as
STEP 7, to access Industrial Ethernet connected to S7 and C7 automation components
over the phone network.
The TS Adapter IE Basic requires the following:
– a connection to the automation components via Industrial Ethernet,
– a modem connection to the PG/PC
● Sending e-mail
With the function block AS_MAIL, TM_MAIL or TMAIL_C (depending on the CPU type),
you can send e-mails from a SIMATIC CPU via the TS Adapter IE Basic . To do this, the
TS Adapter IE Basic establishes an outbound modem connection to a dial-up server,
such as at an Internet Service Provider (ISP), and sends the e-mail via a mail server
accessible there.
To establish a remote connection through the telephone network you will alternatively need:
● TIA Portal V11.0 or higher
● The application TeleService V6.1 + SP3 or higher
● Windows remote network
Note
It is not possible to operate remote maintenance and e-mail delivery simultaneously. With
the TS Adapter IE Basic , you can either answer an incoming remote maintenance call or
initiate an outgoing call for sending e-mail.
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1.1 Functions
The following diagram illustrates the various functions of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Figure 1-2
Functions of the TS Adapter IE Basic
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1.2 Features
1.2
Features
Characteristics of the TS Adapter IE Basic
● Connection to PG/PC and automation system via Industrial Ethernet
● Support for routing
● Support for the function blocks AS_MAIL, TM_MAIL and TMAIL_C, depending on the
CPU type used
● Integrated DIN rail fastener
1.3
Connection Types
Connection types of the TS Adapter IE Basic
The following diagrams show the connection types possible with the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Direct connection
In the direct connection to the PG/PC, you can set the TS Adapter IE Basic through
Ethernet.
Note
It is not permitted to operate the TS Adapter IE Basic without a TS module.
Figure 1-3
Direct connection
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1.3 Connection Types
Connection to the telephone network
To have a direct connection to the telephone network, you must operate the
TS Adapter IE Basic together with one of the following TS modules:
● TS Module Modem
● TS Module ISDN
Figure 1-4
Direct connection to the telephone network
You can find additional information about the TS modules in the Modular TS Adapter
manual.
Connection to the GSM network
For connection to the GSM network, you must operate the TS Adapter IE Basic together with
the TS Module GSM betreiben:
● TS Module GSM
Figure 1-5
Connection to the GSM network
You can find additional information about the TS modules in the Modular TS Adapter
manual.
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1.4 Mounting methods
Connection to the telephone network through an external modem
For the connection to an external modem, you must operate the TS Adapter IE Basic
together with the TS Modul RS232:
● TS Module RS232
Figure 1-6
Connection to an external modem
You can find additional information about the TS modules in the Modular TS Adapter
manual.
1.4
Mounting methods
There are 3 alternative methods for mounting the TS Adapter IE basic:
● On the mounting rail of the S7-300
(with separately available mounting rail adapter; 6ES7-972-0SE00-7AA0 for 60 mm rail;
6ES7-972-0SE10-7AA0 for 75 mm rail)
● On a standard rail
● Wall mounting
More information about the assembly can be found in the TS Adapter modular manual.
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1.5 Product Package and Spare Parts
1.5
Product Package and Spare Parts
Product package
• TS Adapter IE Basic
Article number 6ES7972-0EB00-0XA0
• DVD "SIMATIC TeleService Edition" with software and documentation
• Support collar for Ethernet plug
Spare parts
Designation
Article number
Adapter for mounting on the S7 300 rail
60 mm rail: 6ES7972-0SE00-7AA0
Plug for power supply with DC 24 V
A5E02504537
Support collar for Ethernet plug
A5E02284492
Please order the spare parts from your local Siemens representative.
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1.5 Product Package and Spare Parts
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Requirements for operation
2.1
2
Software Requirements
Overview
To work with the TS Adapter IE Basic , you need a PG/PC with an MS Windows operating
system and the software (device drivers) for the TS Adapter IE Basic.
The list of the supported operating systems is included in the latest Readme file on the
TS Adapter IE Basic software.
For first-time configuration of IP addresses over a direct connection you will alternatively
need:
● SIMATIC TIA Portal V11.0 or higher
● SIMATIC TeleService V6.1 + SP3 or higher
● SIMATIC Manager of STEP 7 as of V5.4 SP1
For further configuration you will alternatively need:
● SIMATIC TIA Portal V11.0 or higher
● SIMATIC TeleService V6.1 + SP3 or higher
● A browser
To establish a remote connection you will alternatively need:
● SIMATIC TIA Portal V11.0 or higher
● SIMATIC TeleService V6.1 + SP3 or higher
● Windows remote network
2.2
Hardware Requirements
Overview:
To work with the TS Adapter IE Basic you will need a programming device (PG) or a PC with
a DVD-drive and Ethernet port.
More information on TS modules is available in the Modular TS Adapter manual.
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2.2 Hardware Requirements
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Connecting
3.1
Connections / display / button
The figure below shows the TS Adapter IE Basic with closed front panel (left) and with open
front panel (right):
①
②
③
④
Power socket
RJ45 Ethernet port
P RES button to reset configuration
LEDs RUN, ERROR and MAINT
Figure 3-1
TS Adapter IE Basic
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3.2 Power Supply
3.2
Power Supply
Power supply
The TS Adapter IE Basic is supplied and grounded with the help of the delivered power
through the power socket to its top side with DC 24 V.
The following image shows the TS Adapter IE Basic in the view from above:
①
Power socket for the 24 V DC Power Supply
DANGER
Only safely isolated 24 V DC low voltage may be used for the power supply. Safe isolation
can be achieved according to one of the following standards:
• VDE 0100-410 / HD 384-4-41 S2 / IEC 60364-4-41
(as functional extra-low voltage - FELV - with safe isolation)
• VDE 0805 / EN 60950 / IEC 60950
(as safety extra-low voltage - SELV) or VDE 0106 part 101.
The wire cross-sections must meet the minimum requirements of the relevant installation
standard.
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3.2 Power Supply
Wiring the connectors
To change the voltage, proceed as follows:
1. If you want to use ferrules, isolate the wires to 10 mm. Cap the crimp ferrules with the
lines.
Strip about 8 to 10 mm off the wires.
2. Place the cores on (①).
3. Screw the ends of the cores with the voltage, tightening torque: 0.6 to 0.8 Nm (②).
L+
24 V DC
M
Ground
Ground connection
Figure 3-2
Change the voltage
Plug on voltage
place the wired voltage ① until it locks into the power socket. Ensure the correct plug
orientation.
①
Voltage
Figure 3-3
Plug voltage on TS Adapter IE Basic.
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3.3 Ethernet Port
3.3
Ethernet Port
The TS Adapter IE Basic has an Ethernet port with an 8-pin RJ45 socket. To that socket you
connect an Industrial Ethernet cable. The cable is not included in the product package of the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
You can use a standard Ethernet cable or a crossover cable with crossed wires. The
TS Adapter IE Basic supports automatic switching between the two cable variants.
The cable must be fitted with 8-pin RJ45 connectors conforming to ISO/IEC 8877:1992. This
connector type is recommended in accordance with IEEE 802.3 for 10BASE-T and
100BASE-TX.
You can find detailed information on the RJ45 connector on the Internet
(http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support).
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3.3 Ethernet Port
Insert system plug
As an alternative to an Ethernet cable with an IEEE 802.3 plug, you can also use an/the
Ethernet cable with the system plug (Industrial Ethernet 6GK1901-1BB10-2AA0 (1800) or
6GK1901-1BB30-0AA0 (1450)). This plug must be assembled with the supplied support
collar (A5E02284492) as strain relief:
1. First attach the support collars ① to the Ethernet port of the TS Adapter IE Basic. The
support collar locks in.
2. Insert the system plug ② until it locks in the support collar.
①
②
③
④
Attach support collar
Insert system plug
Release lock
Stripping the plug
Figure 3-4
Plug Ethernet connector on TS Adapter IE Basic.
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3.3 Ethernet Port
Remove system plug
1. Press the position on the system plug marked with ③ in order to release the lock.
2. Pull out the system plug (④).
The support collar can remain on the TS Adapter IE Basic . With a support collar you can
also use a cable with a RJ45 plug according to ISO/IEC 8877:1992.
Note
If you confuse the Ethernet connector with the ISDN connector for the TS Module ISDN, the
TS Adapter IE Basic will malfunction.
Make sure the Ethernet cable is connected only to the Ethernet port of the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
Note
The specifications relating to interference immunity and interference emission apply only
when using lines and connectors conforming to industrial requirements in accordance with
EN 61000-6-4:2007 and EN 61000-6-2:2005.
Note
Place a short strain relief device for the Ethernet cable underneath the TS Adapter IE Basic,
securing it by a cable tie to an S7 300 shield mounting element for example.
Pin assignment and signal description of Ethernet port X1
Figure
Pin number
Signal name
1
TX+
2
TX–
3
RX+
4
–
5
–
6
RX–
7
–
8
–
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3.3 Ethernet Port
TS Adapter IE Basic in the direct connection in a standalone system
For first-time configuration via an Ethernet connection, connect the TS Adapter IE Basic over
Ethernet directly to your PG/PC:
Figure 3-5
TSA IE Basic direct connection to PG/PC
For remote maintenance and sending e-mail, connect the TS Adapter IE Basic over Ethernet
directly to an automation component:
Figure 3-6
TSA IE Basic direct connection to the automation system S7
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3.4 Module interface
TS Adapter IE Basic in the direct connection in a networked system
In a networked system, connect the TS Adapter IE Basic over Ethernet to a switch to which a
PG/PC and automation components are connected for example:
Figure 3-7
3.4
Direct connection in a networked system
Module interface
On the left side of the TS Adapter IE Basic you can find the module interface. Depending on
the application, you can plug the respective TS module into this interface.
NOTICE
Modules can get damaged.
Try not to place a module or a component from a different system onto a
TS Adapter IE Basic.
Through constructive measures and coded guide pins, you can ensure that only TS
modules with the TS Adapter IE Basic can be connected. Do not change the mechanical
construction with violence and do not remove or damage the guide pins.
Only plug a TS module into the TS Adapter IE Basic.
You should only connect the TS module to the TS Adapter IE Basic in a de-energized state.
More information about the modules and the modular design can be found in the TS Adapter
modular manual.
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Commissioning
4.1
4
Safety Instructions
Qualified personnel
The device may only be serviced by qualified personnel. Qualified personnel under the terms
of the safety instructions contained in this manual is defined as persons who are authorized
to commission, ground and label devices, systems and circuits in accordance with
established safety practices and standards.
WARNING
Regulation use:
The device may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and the technical
description, and only in connection with third-party devices and components approved or
recommended by Siemens.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up, and
installed correctly, and operated and maintained with due care and attention.
Security updates and virus scanners
Note
Service PC
On all computers that establish a remote connection and/or configure the
TS Adapter IE Basic, install the latest security updates (for example, via Windows Update®)
and use current virus scanners.
User management and passwords
NOTICE
User management and passwords
Avoid creating users with administrator privileges (whenever possible).
Passwords should be of sufficient length (at least 8, preferably 16 characters) and consist
of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters.
To protect the TS Adapter IE Basic against unauthorized access, always replace the
"admin" password of the default user "Administrator" with a new password.
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Commissioning
4.2 Overview
4.2
Overview
Commissioning options
The TS Adapter IE Basic has a Web interface that can be used to set the parameters of the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
In the delivery state and after a parameter reset, the IP parameters of the
TS Adapter IE Basic are set so that remote maintenance and e-mail are not possible.
The following table shows an overview of the various options for commissioning the
TS Adapter IE Basic into operation:
Step
Commissioning ...
... By direct connection via an
Ethernet connection
1
2
Set IP parameters by direct
connection:
... Via remote connection with
Establish remote connection:
•
With the TIA Portal
•
With the TIA Portal
•
With TeleService
•
With TeleService
•
With the SIMATIC Manager
Open Web interface in direct
connection:
... Through a remote connection
without SIMATIC software
TeleService or with the TIA Portal
Open Web interface using a
remote connection:
•
With the TIA Portal
•
With the TIA Portal
•
With TeleService
•
With TeleService
•
With a browser
Establish remote connection:
•
With a remote network
Open Web interface using a remote
connection:
•
With a browser
3
Configuration for remote maintenance or e-mailing
4
Carry out remote maintenance or send e-mail
Details about the individual commissioning tasks can be found in the following subsections.
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4.3 Setting the PG/PC Interface
4.3
Setting the PG/PC Interface
Procedure
Note
This chapter is only relevant for classic applications. Users of the TIA Portal do not use the
PG/PC interface.
During installation of the software you are prompted to set the PG/PC interface.
1. Open the "Set PG/PC interface" dialog box to verify it.
– If "TS Adapter IE" interface is included in the selection list, go to step 5.
– If "TS Adapter IE" interface is missing from the list, continue with step 2.
2. To add or remove interfaces, click "Select...".
The "Install/Remove Interface" dialog box opens.
3. Select the "TS Adapter IE" module from the selection list and install the adapter.
4. Click "Close" to close the dialog box.
5. In the "Set PG/PC interface" dialog box select the TS Adapter IE.
6. Click "Properties...".
The "Properties - TS Adapter IE" dialog box opens.
7. Open the "Local Modem" tab.
8. Under "Modem:" choose the modem with which you want to connect to the
TS Adapter IE.
9. Depending on the module used, select the following settings:
– With a connection to an ISDN module, select the B channel log X.75, e.g. AVM ISDN
SoftCompression X.75-V.42bis.
– With a connection to a GSM module, select the B channel log V.110 with a maximum
transfer rate of 9600 bit/s, e.g. AVM ISDN Custom Config.
10.Under "Location > Name:" choose the location of your PG/PC. Click "Edit" if needed to
open up the "Phone and Modem Options" dialog box to set up a new location. For more
information on the location, refer to the help for the "Edit location" dialog box.
11.Click "OK" to exit the "Properties - TS Adapter IE" dialog box.
If you have changed an access path in these settings, a warning message then appears. To
apply the changes, click "OK".
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4.4 Connecting the TS Adapter IE Basic
4.4
Connecting the TS Adapter IE Basic
Note
If you connect the Ethernet plug to the ISDN slot of the TS Module ISDN, this will lead to a
malfunction of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Only connect the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Connecting to PG/PC
The direct connection of the TS Adapter IE Basic to PG/ PC is only required for configuration
of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
1. Plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port of your PG/PC or onto a
switch that your PG/PC is also connected to.
Connecting to the automation system
1. Plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on your CPU or to a
switch.
Connecting to 24 V DC
The TS Adapter IE Basic is intended for 24 V voltage only. The TS Adapter IE Basic is
powered via the infeed plug. Wire the supplied 24 V plug as described in section " Power
Supply (Page 20)" and plug it into the TS Adapter IE Basic. Ensure the correct plug
orientation.
Note
Ensure that the 24 V supply cable is fused as appropriate for its cross-section.
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4.5 Setting IP Parameters of TS Adapter IE Basic for the First Time
4.5
Setting IP Parameters of TS Adapter IE Basic for the First Time
In the delivery state and after resetting the parameters, the TS Adapter IE Basic will not have
an IP address (0.0.0.0). To be able to work with the TS Adapter IE Basic, you must first set
its IP parameters. The IP parameters are set:
● By direct connection with the TIA Portal (Page 31)
● By direct connection with TeleService (Page 32)
● By direct connection with the SIMATIC Manager (Page 33)
● Via remote connection with TeleService (Page 43)
● Via remote connection (Page 44)
If you are unable to establish an Ethernet connection or a remote connection, refer to the
"Error Diagnostics (Page 55)" section.
NOTICE
Password change
To protect the TS Adapter IE Basic against unauthorized access, the first time you log on
you should always replace the preset "admin" password of the default user "Administrator"
with a new password (the default user "Administrator" cannot be changed).
4.5.1
Setting IP parameters by direct connection with the TIA Portal
Requirement
You have a LAN connection to your TS Adapter IE Basic.
You have installed TIA Portal V11 or higher.
The TS Adapter IE Basic is connected to the power supply.
Procedure
1. In project navigation for the TIA Portal, select the menu command "Online access>
<Ethernet interface>".
2. Double-click on the "Update accessible participants" command.
The list of accessible participants is updated.
3. Select TS Adapter IE Basic (participant [0.0.0.0]).
4. Double-click on the command "Online & diagnostics".
5. In the working window, select the menu command "Functions > Assign IP address".
6. Enter the IP address you want and the subnet mask and click on the "Assign IP address"
button.
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Result
If you now again select "Update accessible participants", TS Adapter IE Basic and its
IP address is shown.
4.5.2
Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with TeleService
Requirement
● You have a free Ethernet port on your PG/PC.
● You have installed TeleService from the "SIMATIC TeleService Edition" DVD in
accordance with the installation instructions in the TeleService manual.
Procedure
1. Connect the Ethernet port of your PG/PC to the Ethernet port of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Start the TeleService.
4. Select the "Options > Settings..." menu command. Set the "Interface for TS Adapter IE
connected directly" to your PG/PC's interface card to which you have connected the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
5. Select the menu command "Options > Assign TS Adapter IE IP Parameters...".
If more than one TS Adapter IE Basic is connected to the interface card of the PG/PC,
the "Select TS Adapter IE" dialog box opens.
6. Select the TS Adapter IE based on its MAC address and confirm with OK.
You can find the MAC address under the front panel of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
For easier identification, you can have the LEDs of a selected adapter blink with the
"Show Adapter" function.
7. In the "Assign TS Adapter IE IP Parameters" dialog box, enter an IP address from your
network which is not used by any other device.
8. Enter the subnet mask of your network.
9. Enter the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic for the standard gateway if the
TS Adapter IE Basic is not to use a standard gateway.
10.Enter a unique name for this TS Adapter IE Basic.
11.Confirm with OK.
Result
Now you can open the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic with the TeleService
through Ethernet. To do so, select the menu command "Options > Administrate
TS Adapter IE...".
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4.6 Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic
4.5.3
Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with the SIMATIC Manager
Requirement
You have a free Ethernet port on your PG/PC and the SIMATIC Manager is installed.
Procedure
1. Connect the Ethernet port of your PG/PC to the Ethernet port of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. In the SIMATIC Manager under "Options > Set PG/PC Interface", set the "S7ONLINE
(STEP 7)" access point to your interface card (TCP/IP(Auto) or TCP/IP) of your PG/PC to
which you have connected the TS Adapter IE Basic.
4. From the SIMATIC Manager menu choose "PLC > Edit Ethernet Node".
5. Click "Help" to find out more about what to do next.
Result
If the IP address assigned to the TS Adapter IE Basic is in the same subnet as the interface
card of the PC, you can now use the Ethernet to open the Web interface of the
TS Adapter IE Basic with a browser at this address http://<IP address>.
4.6
Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic
There are 3 ways of establishing a remote connection to TS Adapter IE Basic:
● With the TIA Portal (Page 35)
● With TeleService (Page 36)
● Via remote connection (Page 37)
When shipped, once the parameters have been reset and after assigning parameters for the
TS Adapter IE Basic's IP address, a free IP address is automatically assigned to the PC
making the call. The IP address can also be manually assigned.
Details about the automatic IP address assignment are available in the online help of the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
Note
• Before making a remote connection, make sure there are no address conflicts with
devices accessible from your PC.
• The IP address must be in the same subnet as the IP address of the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
If you are unable to establish a remote connection, refer to the section "Error diagnostics
(Page 55)".
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The following diagram shows an example of the assignment of IP addresses in a networked
system:
Figure 4-1
Example of a networked system
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4.6 Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic
4.6.1
Establishing a remote connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic with the TIA Portal
Requirements
● You have connected and commissioned a modem or ISDN-TA on your PG/PC
(with installed TIA Portal software).
● You have connected the TS Adapter IE Basic to your power supply.
● You have connected the TS Adapter IE Basic to the telephone network via a telephone
cable.
Procedure
You can find details of the procedure in the information system of the TIA Portal by
searching for the keyword "Establish remote connection with TeleService".
1. Start the TIA Portal on your PG/PC.
2. In project navigation for the TIA Portal, select the menu command "Online access >
TeleService".
3. Double-click on the command "Establish / disconnect remote connection".
The "Establish remote connection to remote system" dialog box is opened.
4. Make the settings you want and click on the "Dial" button.
When shipped, the TS Adapter IE Basic is configured such that in most cases the remote
connection setup is successful. If you are unable to establish a remote connection, refer to
the section "Error diagnostics (Page 55)". It may be the case that you have to first change
the settings of the TS Adapter IE Basic in the direct connection in order to troubleshoot.
Result
The remote connection is established and displayed with the dial-in number selected in the
project navigation.
The commands made here enable you to assign parameters for the TS Adapter IE Basic or
undertake remote maintenance on the system.
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4.6 Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic
4.6.2
Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic via TeleService
Requirement
● You have connected and put into operation a modem or ISDN TA on your PG/PC.
● You have installed TeleService from the "SIMATIC TeleService Edition" DVD in
accordance with the installation instructions in the TeleService manual.
Procedure
1. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via a phone cable to the phone network.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Establish a remote connection from your PG/PC to the TS Adapter IE Basic with
TeleService.
You can find details of the procedure in the online help or in the TeleService manual.
4. Enter the user name and password for logging onto the TS Adapter IE Basic.
When shipped, the TS Adapter IE Basic is configured such that in most cases the remote
connection setup is successful. If you are unable to establish a remote connection, refer to
the section "Error diagnostics (Page 55)". It may be the case that you have to first change
the settings of the TS Adapter IE Basic in the direct connection in order to troubleshoot.
Result
Now you can open the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic with the TeleService. To do
so, select the menu command "Options > Administrate TS Adapter IE...".
You can also carry out remote maintenance using this remote connection.
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4.6.3
Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic via a Dial-up
Connection
Requirement
You have connected and put into an operation a modem or ISDN TA on your PG/PC.
Procedure (Windows 7®)
1. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via a phone cable to the phone network.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Commission your local modem on the PC as set out in the modem manual. Also install
the drivers for the modem.
4. Select "Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center > Set
up a new connection or network > Set up a dial-up connection" and confirm with "Next".
5. Select "Connect to a workplace" and click "Next" to continue.
6. Select "Set up dial-up connection" and click "Next" to confirm.
If only one device is available on your PG/PC, continue with step 8.
7. Select the device via which you want to connect and click "Next" to confirm.
If you are using an ISDN TA, select a device with the B-channel protocol X.75. Disable all
other devices.
8. Enter a name for the connection and click "Next" to confirm.
9. Enter the number of the TS Adapter IE Basic and confirm with "Next".
10.Select who is to use the connection and click "Next" to confirm.
11.Enter the user name and password to log on to the TS Adapter IE Basic and click "Next"
to confirm.
12.Click "Finish" to save the connection.
13.Select the newly created connection under "Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network
Connections".
14.Click "Select" to start connecting.
15.If you want the TS Adapter IE Basic to call you back, enter the number of your local
modem in the "Callback" window. Always click "OK" to confirm the "Callback" dialog box
anyway.
The existing connection is maintained.
When shipped, the TS Adapter IE Basic is configured such that in most cases the remote
connection setup is successful. If you are unable to establish a remote connection, refer to
the section "Error diagnostics (Page 55)". It may be the case that you have to first change
the settings of the TS Adapter IE Basic in the direct connection in order to troubleshoot.
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4.6 Establishing a Remote Connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic
Checking status of remote connection
1. Click "Start" > "Control Panel" > "Network Connections".
2. Right-click on your connection to open its shortcut menu.
3. Select "Status" in the shortcut menu.
In the "General" tab of the Status dialog box, you can see if the connection has been
made.
Result
Now you can open the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic with a browser.
You cannot carry out remote maintenance using this remote connection, however.
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4.7 Parameter assignment of TS Adapter IE - Overview
4.7
Parameter assignment of TS Adapter IE - Overview
Overview
You can use the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic to:
● Parameterize the TS Adapter IE Basic.
● Restore the standard setting of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
● Export the parameter set of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
● Import the parameter set of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Useful facts about configuration
You can configure the TS Adapter IE Basic parameters by direct connection or over a
remote connection.
Note
• If you make changes in one tab of the Web interface and open another tab without saving
your changes, the changes will be discarded without warning.
• If you enter inadmissible values in a tab, the input fields in question are colored red as
soon as you click "Save Settings". The incorrect values are not saved in this case.
Correct the incorrect inputs and click "Save Settings" again. As long as you have not yet
saved your input in a tab by clicking "Save Setting", you can cancel them by clicking
"Discard Changes".
• The configuration data are written to the nonvolatile memory of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
• If you change the current parameters while a remote connection is open, there is a risk
that you may not be able to establish a modem connection again with the changed
parameters. In this case, you can only set the TS Adapter IE Basic through a direct
connection.
• That means that you must configure the TS Adapter IE Basic using a PG/PC on-site or
you must take the TS Adapter IE Basic to the location of the local PG/PC to configure its
parameters there.
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4.8 Open Web interface
Configuration dialogs
The Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic contains the following tabs:
● "Information > Adapter"
● "Information > TS Module"
● "Information > Status"
● "Parameter > TS Module"
● "Parameters > Outgoing Calls"
● "Parameters > IP Parameters"
● "Security > User Management"
● "Security > Incoming Calls > SIMATIC protocols"
● "Security > Incoming Calls > Internet protocols"
● "Security > Incoming Calls > Expert mode"
● "Security > Outgoing Calls > General"
● "Security > Outgoing Calls > SIMATIC protocols"
● "Security > Outgoing Calls > Internet protocols"
● "Security > Outgoing Calls > Expert mode"
● "Actions > Firmware Update"
● "Actions > Parameter Set > Export"
● "Actions > Parameter Set > Import"
● "Actions > Parameter Set > Reset"
4.8
Open Web interface
To open the Web interface you have the following options:
● Open Web interface in direct connection with the TIA Portal (Page 41)
● Open Web interface via a remote connection with the TIA Portal (Page 42)
● Open Web interface in direct connection with TeleService (Page 43)
● Open Web interface in direct connection with a browser (Page 44)
● Open Web interface using a remote connection with TeleService (Page 45)
● Open Web interface using a remote connection with a browser (Page 46)
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4.8 Open Web interface
4.8.1
Open Web interface in direct connection with the TIA Portal
Requirements
● You have a LAN connection from your PG/PC (with installed TIA Portal software) to the
TS Adapter IE Basic and have connected the TS Adapter IE Basic to your power supply.
● The IP address of your PG/PC's interface card is in the same subnet as the IP address
you assigned to the TS Adapter IE Basic.
● You have already set the IP parameters of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Procedure
1. In the project navigation for the TIA Portal, select the folder "Online access> <Ethernet
interface>".
2. Double-click on the "Update accessible participants" command.
The list of accessible participants is updated.
3. Select TS Adapter IE Basic.
4. Double-click on the command "Assign parameters for TS Adapter IE".
The logon menu of the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic is displayed in the
working window of the TIA Portal.
5. Enter your user name and password in the "Assign TS Adapter IE Parameters" window.
6. Click "Logon".
Result
The Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic is displayed in the working window of the
TIA Portal.
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4.8.2
Open Web interface via a remote connection with the TIA Portal
Note
Through a remote connection, you can also reach the Web interface of the
TS Adapter IE Basic if you have not yet assigned an IP address to the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Requirements
● You have connected and commissioned a modem or ISDN-TA on your PG/PC (with
installed TIA Portal software).
● You have connected the TS Adapter IE Basic to your power supply.
● You have connected the TS Adapter IE Basic to the telephone network via a telephone
cable.
● You have already set the IP parameters of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
● You have established a modem connection with the TIA Portal from your PC to the
TS Adapter IE Basic. You will find details of the procedure in the information system of
the TIA Portal by searching for the keyword "Establish remote connection with
TeleService".
Procedure
1. Start the TIA Portal on your PG/PC.
2. In the project navigation for the TIA Portal, select the menu command "Online access >
TeleService > <Plant>".
3. Double-click on the command "Assign parameters for TS Adapter IE".
Result
The Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic is displayed in the working window of the
TIA Portal.
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4.8.3
Open Web interface in direct connection with TeleService
Requirements
● You have installed TeleService from the "SIMATIC TeleService Edition" DVD in
accordance with the installation instructions in the TeleService manual.
● You have already set the IP parameters of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
● The IP address of your PG/PC's interface card is in the same subnet as the IP address
you assigned to the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Procedure
1. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via an Ethernet cable to your PG/PC.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Start the TeleService.
4. To do so, select the menu command "Options > Administrate TS Adapter IE...".
If more than one TS Adapter IE Basic is connected to the interface card of the PG/PC,
the "Select TS Adapter IE" dialog box opens.
5. Select the TS Adapter IE Basic based on its MAC address, if necessary, and confirm with
OK.
6. Enter your user name and password in the "Administrate TS Adapter IE" dialog box.
7. Click "Logon".
Result
You see the Web interface start screen.
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4.8.4
Open Web interface in direct connection with a browser
Requirement
You have already set the IP parameters of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Note
The IP address of the PC interface card and the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic must
belong to the same subnet.
Procedure
1. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via an Ethernet cable to your PG/PC.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Launch a browser.
4. In the address field of the browser, enter the IP address you assigned the
TS Adapter IE Basic, in the syntax http://<IP address>.
5. Enter the user name and password.
6. Click "Logon".
Result
You see the Web interface start screen.
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4.8.5
Open Web interface using a remote connection with TeleService
Note
Through a remote connection, you can also reach the Web interface of the
TS Adapter IE Basic if you have not yet assigned an IP address.
Procedure
1. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via a phone cable to the phone network.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Establish a modem connection from your PG/PC to the TS Adapter IE Basic with
TeleService. You will find details of the procedure in the online help or in the TeleService
manual.
4. Select the TeleService menu command "Options > Administrate TS Adapter IE ...".
Result
You see the Web interface start screen.
IP parameters
You can set the IP parameters in the "Parameters > IP Parameters" tab of the Web interface.
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4.8.6
Open Web interface using a remote connection with a browser
Note
Through a remote connection, you can also reach the Web interface of the
TS Adapter IE Basic if you have not yet assigned an IP address.
Procedure
1. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via a phone cable to the phone network.
2. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic to the power supply.
3. Establish a remote connection from your PC to the TS Adapter IE Basic.
4. Start a browser and as the address state the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic you
have already assigned (the IP address can be taken from the connection status of the
remote connection).
5. Enter the user name and password.
6. Click "Logon".
Result
You see the Web interface start screen.
IP parameters
You can set the IP parameters in the "Parameters > IP Parameters" tab of the Web interface.
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4.9 Setting Remote Maintenance Parameters
4.9
Setting Remote Maintenance Parameters
Requirements
● You have correctly set the IP parameters for the network and for the modem.
● The Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic is open.
Remote maintenance parameters
The TS Adapter IE Basic is configured such that it is possible to establish a remote
connection in most cases. If you are unable to establish a remote connection, refer to the
section "Error diagnostics (Page 55)".
When a remote connection has been made, you can carry out remote maintenance of the
automation components connected to the TS Adapter IE Basic via Ethernet. For the
TS Adapter IE Basic to support remote maintenance, you must make settings on the
following tabs of the Web interface:
● "Parameter > TS Module"
● "Parameters > IP Parameters"
● "Security > User Management"
For more details, refer to the online help for the relevant tabs of the Web interface.
If remote maintenance is not possible, refer to the section "Error diagnostics (Page 55)".
Result
When you have set the parameters, you can establish a remote connection to the
TS Adapter IE Basic under a newly configured user name.
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4.10 Setting the E-mail Parameters
4.10
Setting the E-mail Parameters
Requirement
● The Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic is open.
Sending e-mail
The TS Adapter IE Basic routes IP telegrams between its Ethernet port and the remote
connection to a dial-up server, such as to an Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Parameters for sending e-mail
If you want the TS Adapter IE Basic to support e-mailing, you must make settings in the
following tabs in the Web interface:
● "Parameter > TS Module"
● "Parameters > IP Parameters"
● "Parameters > Outgoing Calls"
● "Security > Outgoing Calls"
For more details, refer to the online help for the relevant tabs of the Web interface.
If e-mailing does not work with the TS Adapter IE Basic , go to section "Not possible to send
e-mail (Page 63)".
Result
Once you have set the parameters, you can send an e-mail to an e-mail server from a
SIMATIC CPU via the TS Adapter IE Basic.
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4.11 Sending an E-mail from a SIMATIC CPU
4.11
Sending an E-mail from a SIMATIC CPU
Function block for sending e-mail
To send an e-mail from a SIMATIC CPU, you can use the AS_MAIL, TM_MAIL or TMAIL_C
function blocks, depending on the CPU type.
You can find additional information about the AS_MAIL, TM_MAIL and TMAIL_C function
blocks in the online help for the respective block.
An e-mail cannot be sent
If the you cannot successfully send an email, refer to section "Not possible to send e-mail
(Page 63)".
4.12
Reset configuration with the Web interface
It may be necessary to reset the configuration if the adapter parameters on a remote system
have been altered such that you are no longer able to access the TS Adapter IE Basic via
the modem connection.
Requirements
● Your PG/PC is connected directly or by modem via an active remote connection to the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
● You are logged on as an administrator.
Procedure
Note
If you reset the configuration of the TS Adapter IE Basic, all the parameter settings you
made will be lost.
1. Open the "Actions > Parameter Set > Reset" tab in the Web interface.
2. Click "Reset Parameters".
Result
The TS Adapter IE Basic is reset to its default configuration in the factory state.
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4.13 Resetting the Configuration with P RES button
4.13
Resetting the Configuration with P RES button
It may be necessary to reset the configuration if the adapter parameters on a remote system
have been altered such that you are no longer able to access the TS Adapter IE Basic via
the modem connection.
P RES button
The TS Adapter IE Basic has a Reset button (P RES) with which you can reset the adapter
to its default configuration.
The following diagram shows the front panel of the TS Adapter IE Basic with the opening
concealing the P RES button. The P RES button is behind the front panel. The
TS Adapter IE Basic is illustrated in the figure without a front panel.
①
P RES button to reset configuration
Figure 4-2
Front view with P RES button
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4.13 Resetting the Configuration with P RES button
Procedure
NOTICE
Parameter settings will be lost
If you reset the configuration of the TS Adapter IE Basic, all the parameter settings you
made will be lost and the preset "admin" password is reactivated.
1. Use a sharp implement, such as a paper clip, to press the P RES button and hold it down
for about 2 seconds.
The TS Adapter IE Basic acknowledges the P RES reset by flashing the the yellow LED
Run three times.
Result
The TS Adapter IE Basic is reset to its default configuration in the factory state.
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Note
Updating the firmware
Check regularly if firmware updates are available.
Always install the latest firmware on the TS Adapter IE Basic to receive the latest security
updates and feature enhancements.
Note that a firmware update can only be performed by a user with administrator privileges.
Procedure
To update the firmware:
1. You can find the latest firmware for the TS Adapter IE Basic on the Internet
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/48204213/dl).
2. Download the file containing the available firmware to your PC.
3. Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic via an Ethernet cable to your programming device or
PC.
4. Open the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic (see Open Web interface (Page 40)).
5. Log on with your user name and password.
6. Open the page "Actions > Parameter Set Export " and perform a backup of the parameter
set.
7. Open the page "Actions > Firmware Update".
8. Click the "Browse..." button.
9. Select the firmware file you want to download (tsaie_basic_Vx.x.x.FW) and click
"Update firmware".
When the download is complete, the firmware is written to the nonvolatile memory
(installation). The yellow RUN LED on the front of the TS Adapter IE Basic flashes during
this process. After this, the TS Adapter IE Basic will execute a restart. This breaks the
connection to your browser. To access the TS Adapter IE Basic again, you must reconnect
to the Web interface of the TS Adapter IE Basic by pressing the F5 key, for example, or by
clicking your browser "Refresh" button.
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Firmware update
The configuration of the TS Adapter IE Basic is retained during the firmware update.
Note
If the connection to the TS Adapter IE Basic is disrupted during the download procedure or
installation, or if you switch off the power supply to the TS Adapter IE Basic, the firmware
update will fail.
The TS Adapter IE Basic then works again with the old firmware state.
Ensure that neither the download nor the subsequent installation procedure is interrupted.
Note
You can also perform the firmware update over a remote connection.
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Error diagnostics
6.1
Error Diagnostics Based on LEDs
With the help of the LED displays, simple disruptions can be diagnosed and repaired
independently.
Table 6- 1
LED display for operating state of the TS Adapter IE Basic
LED
Cause
RUN
(green/yellow)
ERROR
(red)
MAINT
(yellow)
Illuminated
green
–
–
Off
Off
Off
–
Lit
–
The TS Adapter IE Basic is
ready for operation.
Measures/remedy
–
No power supply
Establish the power supply.
No TS module inserted
Insert a TS module.
TS module defective
Replace the TS module.
Error during the modem
initialization
Open the Web interface of the
TS Adapter IE Basic and have
the errors displayed in the
"Information > Status" tab.
Correct the modem
initialization.
Details about errors can be
found in the LOG file.
–
–
Lit
Unknown or new TS module
Make a firmware upgrade.
Lights up yellow
Lit
–
The firmware is downloaded.
Blinks
green/yellow
Flashes
Flashes
Hardware test and interface
initialization
Wait until the
TS Adapter IE Basic is ready
for operation.
Flashes yellow 3
times
–
–
You have restored the factory
settings in the Web interface or
with the reset button RES.
Check to see if the factory
settings fit to your system
configuration.
Flashes
–
–
Firmware update in progress.
Wait until the
TS Adapter IE Basic is ready
for operation.
Lights up yellow
Flashes
Off
Error during firmware update
Repeat the firmware update.
Flashes
green/yellow for
3s
Flashes for 3 s
Flashes for 3 s
Displays the selected
TS Adapter IE Basic
– any
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Table 6- 2
LED displays for the Ethernet interface
LED
Cause
Link
(green)
RX/TX
(yellow)
Off
Off
Lit
–
Lit
Flashes
Remedy
No Ethernet cable inserted
Insert the Ethernet cable.
No connection to the receiver
Check the receiver.
Ethernet cable inserted
Functional connection
–
Data is transmitted through the Ethernet
interface.
–
The LEDs link and RX/TX are located behind the lower front panel of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
– any
6.2
Logon to the Web interface fails
Error message
"The user name or password is unknown to the TS Adapter IE Basic. Log on with a known
user name."
Possible cause
It may be that the user name and password you entered are not registered in the user
management system of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Remedy
1. Reset the TS Adapter IE Basic to its default configuration using the P RES button.
Note
If you reset the configuration of the TS Adapter IE Basic, all parameter settings you have
made will be lost.
2. Log on to the TS Adapter IE Basic with the user name "Administrator" and the password
"admin".
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6.3 Logon to the Web interface is denied
6.3
Logon to the Web interface is denied
Error message
"The TS Adapter IE Basic is not allowing any further logon at present. Try again later."
Possible cause
A user is already signed on to the TS Adapter IE Basic. The TS Adapter IE Basic is occupied
through this. No further logon is possible.
Remedy
1. Take one of the following actions:
– Click "Logout" to close a running session.
– If a direct connection session was ended without "Logout", wait at least 10 minutes.
Then login again to the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. If none of the actions work, switch theTS Adapter IE Basic OFF and back ON at the
external power supply.
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6.4 Malfunctions in remote maintenance
6.4
Malfunctions in remote maintenance
6.4.1
The partner is not answering
Error message on connecting
"Partner not answering"
Remedy
1. Check the phone cables and the power connection of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. Check the LED ERROR on the TS Adapter IE Basic. If the LED is lit, read the section
"Error Diagnostics Based on LEDs (Page 55)".
3. Check the DCD LED on the TS module or external modem of the TS Adapter IE Basic
(CONNECTED LED with TS Module GSM). If it is lit, an outbound connection is possibly
active. To exclude this error, set the "Connection establishment" parameter to "never" in
the "Parameters > Outgoing Calls" tab.
4. Also check the area code and country code of the phone number you use to call the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
5. If you are using an ISDN connection, the following may have caused the error:
The ISDN TA on the PC does not signal the B-channel protocol to the remote station
when connecting. Automatic detection of the B-channel protocol by the ISDN TA on the
TS Adapter IE Basic then fails.
As a test, set the B-channel protocol of the ISDN TA on the TS Adapter IE Basic with
TS Module RS232 to match your ISDN TA on the PC.
Change this setting in the "Parameters > TS Module" tab for the parameter "Protocol for
incoming calls" or add a corresponding AT command for the "Initialization 2" parameter.
You can find the appropriate AT command in the manual for your ISDN TA.
6. If you are using an ISDN connection, there is another possible cause of the error:
You have configured a multiple subscriber number on the TS Adapter IE Basic and the
PABX to which the TS Adapter IE Basic is connected is working with number
suppression, meaning it does not transmit the subscriber number when calling.
You have two options to remedy this error:
– Delete the TS Adapter IE Basic in the "Parameters > TS Module" tab for the
parameter "Multiple subscriber number configured" or
change/remove the AT-command in the "Initialization 2" parameter.
– Disable number suppression on the PABX.
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6.4 Malfunctions in remote maintenance
7. Check the response of the modems on the TS Adapter IE Basic to the initialization
strings. You can also view the response of the modems in the "Information > Status" tab
of the Web interface. If ERROR or TIMEOUT is displayed as the status, the modem does
not understand the initialization string. Correct the initialization string.
8. If you use theTS Module GSM, there is another possible cause of the error:
The SIM card inserted in the TS Module GSM does not have CSD data connections
enabled for incoming calls.
Remedy: Request enabling for CSD data connections for incoming calls from your
network provider.
Note
As a rule, the network provider allocates a separate number (data number) for the CSD
data connection.
6.4.2
Logon to the TS Adapter IE Basic fails
Error message on connecting
"The logon to TS Adapter was denied".
Remedy
1. Check that the user name and password specified for dial-up are configured in the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
Reset the TS Adapter IE Basic to its default configuration using the P RES button. Log on
to the TS Adapter IE Basic with the user name "Administrator" and the password "admin".
Note
Password change
To protect the TS Adapter IE Basic against unauthorized access, replace the "admin"
password of the default user "Administrator" with a new password.
2. If you are using an ISDN connection and are operating other devices on the same S0 bus
as the TS Adapter IE Basic, you must configure an MSN on the ISDN TA of the
TS Adapter IE Basic.
– TS Module ISDN
Enter this MSN number in the "Parameters > TS Module" tab in the "Multiple
subscriber number" parameter
– ISDN-TA on the TS Adapter IE Basic with TS Module RS232
Add a corresponding AT command for the "Initialization 2" parameter in the
"Parameters > TS Module" tab. You can find the appropriate AT command in the
manual for your ISDN TA.
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6.4 Malfunctions in remote maintenance
6.4.3
The callback fails
Diagnostics
The call to the TS Adapter IE Basic is successful, but the callback fails.
Remedy
1. Check the callback procedure. If you have entered a callback number for the selected
user in the "Security > User Management" tab, the TS Adapter IE Basic uses that number
for the callback. If you have not entered anything for the callback number parameter, you
can specify any callback number when making a connection on the PC.
2. The TS Adapter IE Basic prefixes the callback phone number with the dial code for
accessing an outside line. Check the outside line code in the "Parameter > TS Module"
tab.
3. Check the configured dialing procedure in the "Parameter > TS Module" tab.
4. Check the setting "Wait for dial tone" in the "Parameter > TS Module" tab. Activate this
check box only if you are operating the modem on a main line.
6.4.4
Access to the automation component fails
Diagnostics
The connection establishment was successful, but access to the remote automation
component fails.
Remedy
1. Check the status information of the Web interface under "Information > Status".
2. Check the LED LINK on the TS Adapter IE Basic. If it is not lit, there is no connection to
another device over Ethernet. You can also view the status of the Ethernet connection in
the "Information > Status" tab.
3. Check the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic and the IP address that was assigned to
the calling PC during remote connection. The addresses must be in the same subnet as
the addresses of the remote automation component, and must not be used either by
another component in the network or by your PG/PC.
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6.5 Malfunctions when establishing an outgoing call
6.5
Malfunctions when establishing an outgoing call
6.5.1
Check connection establishment
Procedure for checking the connection establishment
1. In the "Parameters > Outgoing Calls" tab, set the "Connection establishment" parameter
to "never" and click "Save Setting".
Any active connection establishment is aborted.
2. In the "Parameters > Outgoing Calls" tab, set the "Connection establishment" parameter
to "always" and click "Save Setting".
A new connection establishment is initiated.
In the "Information > Status of Web interface" tab, you can view the status of the connection
establishment for the outgoing call.
6.5.2
The modem connection is not made
Diagnostics
The modem connection is not made. The DCD LED on the TS module and/or modem
remains dark (CONNECTED LED with TS Module GSM).
Remedy
1. Check the phone cables and the power connection of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
2. Check the phone number in the "Parameters > Outgoing Calls" tab.
3. Check the following parameters in the "Parameters > TS Module" tab:
– To access an outside line, first dial
– Dial procedure
– Wait for dial tone
Activate this check box only if you are operating the modem on a main line.
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6.5 Malfunctions when establishing an outgoing call
6.5.3
The connection establishment fails
Diagnostics
The modem connection is made, but the remote connection establishment fails. The DCD
LED on the TS module or modem lights up and goes dark again (CONNECTED LED with TS
Module GSM).
Remedy
1. Check the user name and password in the "Parameters > Outgoing Calls" tab.
2. If you are using an ISDN connection, make sure the B-channel settings of the two ISDN
TAs match.
3. Now do the following, depending on the connection type:
Connection via TS module
Connection via an external ISDN-TA (connected
using TS Module RS232)
Connection to an ISP
In the "Parameters > TS Module" tab
under the "Protocol for outgoing calls"
parameter, set HDLC-PPP or HDLCtransparent.
In the "Parameters > TS Module" tab under
"Initialization 2", specify an AT command which
presets the B-channel protocol HDLC-PPP or
HDLC-transparent on the ISDN TA. You can find
the appropriate command in the manual for your
ISDN TA.
Connection to a dedicated
dial-up server
In the "Parameters > TS Module" tab
under the parameter for outgoing call
protocols, make the same setting you
made on the ISDN TA of your dial-up
server.
In the "Parameters > TS Module" tab under
"Initialization 2", specify an AT command which
presets the same B-channel protocol as you set
on the ISDN TA on your dial-up server. You can
find the appropriate command in the manual for
your ISDN TA.
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6.6 Not possible to send e-mail
6.6
Not possible to send e-mail
Diagnostics
An outbound modem connection is active, but e-mail cannot be sent.
In the "Information > Status" tab of the Web interface, you can check if an outbound
connection is active.
Remedy
1. Check the LED LINK on the TS Adapter IE Basic. If it is not lit, there is no connection to
another device over Ethernet. You can see the status of the Ethernet connection in the
"Information > Status" tab of the Web interface.
2. Check the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
The address must be in the same subnet as the addresses of the remote automation
component, and must not be used by any other component in the network.
3. Check whether the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic is specified as the router under
the properties of the CPU's Ethernet interface.
Note
Firewall
The firewall of the TS Adapter IE Basic can be configured under "Security > Outgoing Calls".
It is open by default for SMTP & SMTPs (standard protocol for sending e-mails). If the
sending of e-mails fails, verify that the ports for SMTP & SMTPs are open for outbound
connections.
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6.7 Error diagnostics - Ethernet
6.7
Error diagnostics - Ethernet
6.7.1
You do not know the IP address of the TS Adapter IE Basic.
Remedy
● By direct connection with TeleService
Proceed as described in the "Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with
TeleService (Page 32)" section.
Follow the instructions in steps 1 through 7.
● Direct connection with TIA Portal
Proceed as described in the "Setting IP parameters by direct connection with the
TIA Portal (Page 31)" section.
Follow the instructions in steps 1 through 3.
6.7.2
The TS Adapter IE Basic is not accessible via Ethernet
Remedy
1. If the Link LED is not lit, first check the Ethernet cabling.
If the Link LED is lit, move on to step 2.
2. Proceed as described in the following sections:
– "Setting IP parameters by direct connection with the TIA Portal (Page 31)"
– "Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with TeleService (Page 32)"
– "Setting IP Parameters by Direct Connection with the SIMATIC Manager (Page 33)"
3. If you are still unable to access the TS Adapter IE via Ethernet, reset the configuration of
the TS Adapter IE Basic using the P RES button.
Note
If you reset the configuration of the TS Adapter IE Basic, all parameter settings you have
made will be lost.
Repeat step 2.
If the TS Adapter IE Basic is still not accessible via Ethernet, there is a hardware error.
Inform Customer Support in this case.
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7.1
General Specifications
What are general specifications?
The general specifications include the following:
● The standards and test values the TS Adapter IE Basic includes and meets.
● Test criteria to which the TS Adapter IE Basic was tested.
TS Adapter IE Basic
Article number TS Adapter IE Basic
6ES7 972-0EB00-0XA0
Dimensions (H x W x D)
100 x 30 x 75 mm
Weight
ca. 100 g
Interfaces
To SIMATIC S7 / C7
To the PG/PC
Ethernet
Ethernet
Power supply
DC 24 V (SELV/LPS) (DC 19.2 V … 28.8 V)
Current consumption at 24 V
•
with TS Module Modem
•
with TS Module ISDN
•
50 mA
•
with TS Module RS232
•
40 mA
•
with TS Module GSM
•
100 mA
making current
•
50 mA
Max. 5.8 A; < 1.5 ms
Weight
•
withTS Module Modem
•
198 g
•
withTS Module ISDN
•
192 g
•
withTS Module RS232
•
200 g
•
withTS Module GSM
•
218 g
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7.1 General Specifications
Horizontal and vertical installation
Comply with the general installation guidelines for SIMATIC. Cabinet installation is
stipulated. You can install the TS Adapter IE Basic vertically or horizontally. Permitted
ambient temperatures:
Horizontal mounting: From 0 °C to 60 °C
Vertical mounting: 0 to 40° C
①
②
③
vertical mounting position
Horizontal mounting
Mounting rail
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7.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility
7.2
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Definition of "EMC"
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) defines the capability of electrical equipment to
operation satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment without influencing this
environment.
WARNING
Injury to persons or damage to property may occur.
Installation of expansions that have not been approved for the TS Adapter IE Basic can
result in violations of the requirements and regulations for safety and electromagnetic
compatibility.
Always use expansions approved for the system.
Note
The specifications relating to interference immunity and interference emission apply only
when using devices, lines and connectors conforming to industrial requirements in
accordance with EN 61000-6-4:2007 and EN 61000-6-2:2005.
Pulsed interference
The following table shows the electromagnetic compatibility of the TS Adapter IE Basic with
regard to pulse-shaped interference. This requires that the electrical installation to comply
with relevant specifications and standards.
Table 7- 1
Pulsed interference
Pulsed interference
Test voltage
Equivalent to
severity
Electrostatic discharge according to IEC 61000-4-2
Air discharge: ±8 kV
3
Contact discharge: ±6 kV
Burst pulses to IEC 61000-4-4
2 kV (power supply line)
3
2 kV (signal line >30 m)
1 kV (signal line < 30 m)
Powerful single pulse (surge) according to IEC 61000-4-5
•
Asymmetric coupling
3
2 kV (power supply line) DC with protective
elements 1
1 kV (signal/data line only >30 m), with
protective elements as required
•
Symmetric coupling
1 kV (power supply line) DC with protective
elements 1)
1 e.g.
surge arresters from Dehn
Type: BD VT AD24
Article no. 918402
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7.2 Electromagnetic Compatibility
Sinusoidal interference
The table below shows the EMC characteristics of the TS Adapter IE Basic with regard to
sinusoidal disturbance variables.
Table 7- 2
Sinusoidal interference
Sinusoidal interference
Test values
Equivalent to
severity
HF irradiation (electromagnetic fields) according to
IEC 61000-4-3
10 V/m with 80% amplitude modulation of 1 kHz
in the range from 80 MHz to 1000 MHz and
1.4 GHz to 2 GHz.
3
1 V/m with 80% amplitude modulation of 1 kHz in
the range from 2 GHz to 2.7 GHz
RF current coupling on cables and cable shields to
IEC 61000-4-6
Test voltage 10 V, with 80% amplitude modulation 3
of 1 kHz in the 10 MHz to 80 MHz range
Radio interference emission
Interference emission of electromagnetic fields in accordance with EN 61000-6-4.
Additional measures
If you wish to operate the TS Adapter IE Basic in an office area, you must implement
additional measures to meet the requirements of EN 61000-6-3.
Take suitable additional measures if you need to increase the interference immunity of the
system due to high external interference levels.
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7.3 Transportation and Storage Conditions
7.3
Transportation and Storage Conditions
Transportation and storage of modules
With regard to transportation and storage conditions, the TS Adapter IE Basic surpasses the
requirements specified in IEC 61131-2. The following conditions apply to
TS Adapter IE Basic that are transported and stored in the original packaging.
Climatic conditions compliant with IEC 60721-3-3, class 3K7 for storage and IEC 60721-3-2,
class 2K4 for transportation.
Mechanical conditions compliant with IEC 60721-3-2, class 2M2.
Table 7- 3
Transportation and storage conditions for modules
Permitted range
Temperature
-40 to +70° C
Barometric pressure
1080 to 660 hPa (corresponding to an altitude of -1000 to
3500 m)
Relative humidity (at +25° C)
5 to 95%, without condensation
Sinusoidal vibration to IEC 60068-2-6
5 - 9 Hz: 3.5 mm
9 - 500 Hz: 9.8 m/s2
Shock impact to IEC 60068-2-29
250 m/s2, 6 ms, 1000 shocks
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7.4 Mechanical and Climatic Ambient Conditions for Operation of the TS Adapter IE Basic
7.4
Mechanical and Climatic Ambient Conditions for Operation of the
TS Adapter IE Basic
Operating conditions
The TS Adapter IE Basic is designed for stationary use in weather-proof locations. The
TS Adapter IE Basic fulfills the operating conditions for DIN IEC 60721-3-3:
● Class 3M3 (mechanical requirements)
● Class 3K3 (climatic ambient conditions)
Operation with additional measures
The TS Adapter IE Basic may not be used without additional measures in the following
environments:
● In locations with high levels of ionizing radiation
● In locations subject to difficult operating conditions, such as dust, aggressive fumes or
gases, severe electrical or magnetic fields
● In installations requiring special monitoring, such as elevators and electrical systems in
high risk areas
A suitable additional measure might be installation of the TS Adapter IE Basic in a cabinet or
cubicle for example.
Mechanical ambient conditions
The mechanical environmental conditions for the TS Adapter IE Basic are specified in the
following table in terms of sinusoidal vibrations.
Table 7- 4
Mechanical ambient conditions
Frequency range in Hz
Test values
5≤f<9
3.5 mm amplitude
9 ≤ f < 150
9.81 m/s2 constant acceleration
Reduction of vibration
If the TS Adapter IE Basic is subjected to greater shocks or vibrations, you must take
appropriate measures to reduce acceleration or amplitudes.
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7.4 Mechanical and Climatic Ambient Conditions for Operation of the TS Adapter IE Basic
Testing of mechanical environmental conditions
The table below provides information on the type and scope of testing of mechanical ambient
conditions.
Table 7- 5
Testing of mechanical environmental conditions
Test of ...
Test standard
Comments
Vibration
Vibration test to
IEC 60068-2-6 (sine
wave)
Vibration type: Frequency sweeps at a rate of
change of 1 octave per minute.
5 Hz ≤ f < 9 Hz, constant amplitude 3.5 mm
9 Hz ≤ f < 150 Hz, constant acceleration 9.81 m/s2
Vibration period: 10 frequency sweeps per axis on
each of the 3 perpendicular axes
Shock
Shock impact test to IEC
60068-2-29
Type of shock: Half-sine shock pulse
Shock intensity: 150 m/s2 peak value, 11 ms period
Direction of shock: 100 pulses on each of the 3
perpendicular axes
Climatic ambient conditions
The TS Adapter IE Basic can be operated under the following climatic ambient conditions:
Table 7- 6
Climatic ambient conditions
Ambient conditions
Permitted range
Comments
Temperature
0 to +60° C
Horizontal installation
0 to +40° C
Vertical installation
Temperature change
Max. 3° C per min.
Relative humidity
Max. 95% at +25° C
No condensation,
corresponding to RH
loading level 2 to
IEC 61131-2.
Barometric pressure
1080 to 795 hPa (corresponding to
an altitude of -1000 to 2000 m)
-
Pollutant concentration
SO2: <0.5 ppm;
Test: 10 ppm; 4 days
RH <60%, no condensation
Test: 1 ppm; 4 days
H2S: <0.1 ppm;
RH <60%, no condensation
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7.5 Information on protection class and degree of protection
7.5
Information on protection class and degree of protection
Protection class
The modular TS Adapter conforms to protection class III in accordance with EN 61140:2002
(VDE 0140-1).
Protection against foreign bodies and water
The TS Adapter IE Basic fulfills the protection type IP20 according to IEC 60529.
The TS Adapter IE Basic is protected against contact with standard probes.
The TS Adapter IE Basic is not protected against water incursion.
7.6
Standards, Approvals, Certificates, Guidelines, Labels and
Declarations
Note
The currently valid approvals are to be found on the product rating plate.
Safety requirements
● The TS Adapter IE Basic complies with the requirements and criteria of the IEC 61131-2
standard.
● The Ethernet interface meets the requirements of the IEEE 802.3.
CE mark
Our products conform to the requirements and safety objectives of the EC Directives listed
below. They are compliant with the harmonized European Standards (EN) for programmable
logic controllers as published in the official gazettes of the European Community:
● 2004/108/EC "Electromagnetic Compatibility" (EMC Directive)
● 94/9/EC "Equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive
atmospheres" (Explosion Protection Directive)
The EC declaration of conformity is held on file available to competent authorities at:
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
Industry Sector
I IA AS RD ST Typetest
P.O. Box 1963
D-92209 Amberg
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7.6 Standards, Approvals, Certificates, Guidelines, Labels and Declarations
EMC Directive
SIMATIC products are designed for industrial applications.
Fields of application
Requirement for
Interference emission
Industry
EN 61000-6-4 : 2007
Interference immunity
EN 61000-6-2 : 2005
Explosion Protection Directive
Conforming to EN 60079-15:2005 and EN 60079-0:2006 (Electrical apparatus for potentially
explosive atmospheres; Type of protection "n")
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
RTTE Directive
EMC: see EMC Directive
Marking for Australia and New Zealand
Our products meet the requirements of the EN 61000-6-4:2007 standard.
Note
Which of the following approvals has been issued in respect of your product is indicated by
the markings on the rating plate.
cULus approval
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. to
● UL 508 (Industrial Control Equipment)
● CSA C22.2 No. 142 (Process Control Equipment)
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cULus approval, Hazardous Location
cULus Listed 7RA9 INT. CONT. EQ. FOR HAZ. LOC.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. to
● UL 508 (Industrial Control Equipment)
● CSA C22.2 no. 142 (Process Control Equipment)
● ISA-12-12-01 (Hazardous Location)
● CSA-213 (Hazardous Location)
APPROVED for Use in
● Cl. 1, Div. 2, GP. A, B, C, D T4A
● Cl. 1, Zone 2, GP. IIC T4
Note
The system installation must be compliant with NEC (National Electric Code)
requirements.
For use in Class I, Division 2 environments, the TS Adapter IE Basic must be installed in
a cubicle with minimum IP54 protection to IEC 60529.
Information on use of the TS Adapter IE Basic in Zone 2 hazardous areas is contained in
the "Product Information ATEX Zone 2.pdf" file.
It is located on the product DVD in the "_Product_Information" folder.
WARNING
Explosion Hazard
Do not disconnect while circuit is live unless area is known to be non-hazardous.
Explosion Hazard - Substitution of components may impair suitability for Class I,
Division 2 or Class I, Zone 2.
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FM approval
Factory Mutual Approval Standard Class Number 3611,
Class I, Division 2, Group A, B, C, D, T4A.
Class I, Zone 2, Group II C, T4.
WARNING
Injury to persons or damage to property may occur.
In hazardous areas, personal injury or property damage can result if you create or break an
electrical circuit during operation of a TS Adapter IE Basic (for example, by means of
plug-in connections, fuses, switches).
Do not disconnect live circuits, except where the risk of explosion can be safely excluded.
For use under FM conditions, the TS Adapter IE Basic must be installed in a cubicle with
minimum IP54 protection to IEC 60529.
Safety requirements for mounting
The TS Adapter IE Basic is "open equipment" in accordance with the IEC 61131-2 standard,
and an "open type" in accordance with UL / CSA certification.
The alternative installation methods described below are stipulated in order to ensure safe
operation with respect to mechanical strength, flame resistance, stability and touch
protection:
● Installation in a suitable cabinet
● Installation in a suitable cubicle
● Installation in an appropriately equipped closed switchroom
Compliance with installation guidelines
The installation guidelines and safety instructions set out in this manual must be observed
during commissioning and operation.
Connecting peripherals
Interference immunity requirements are met when connected to an industrial standard
PC/modem in accordance with EN61000-6-2:2005.
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Service & Support
A
Unmatched complete service for the entire life cycle
For machine manufacturers, solution providers and plant operators: The service offering
from Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies includes comprehensive services
for a wide range of different users in all sectors of the manufacturing and process industry.
To accompany our products and systems, we offer integrated and structured services that
provide valuable support in every phase of the life cycle of your machine or plant – from
planning and implementation through commissioning as far as maintenance and
modernization.
Our Service & Support accompanies you worldwide in all matters concerning automation and
drive technology from Siemens. We provide direct on-site support in more than 100 countries
through all phases of the life cycle of your machines and plants.
You have an experienced team of specialists at your side to provide active support and
bundled know-how. Regular training courses and intensive contact among our employees –
even across continents – ensure reliable service in the most diverse areas.
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Online Support
The comprehensive online information platform supports you in all aspects of our
Service & Support at any time and from any location in the world.
You can find Online Support at the following address on the Internet
(http://www.siemens.com/automation/service&support).
Technical Consulting
Support in planning and designing your project: From detailed actual-state analysis,
definition of the goal and consultation on product and system questions right through to the
creation of the automation solution.
Technical Support
Expert advice on technical questions with a wide range of demand-optimized services for all
our products and systems.
You can find Technical Support at the following address on the Internet
(http://www.siemens.com/automation/support-request).
Training
Extend your competitive edge – through practical know-how directly from the manufacturer.
You can find the training courses at the following address on the Internet
(http://www.siemens.com/sitrain).
Engineering Support
Support during project engineering and development with services fine-tuned to your
requirements, from configuration through to implementation of an automation project.
Field Service
Our Field Service offers you services for commissioning and maintenance – to ensure that
your machines and plants are always available.
Spare parts
In every sector worldwide, plants and systems are required to operate with constantly
increasing reliability. We will provide you with the support you need to prevent a standstill
from occurring in the first place: with a worldwide network and optimum logistics chains.
Repairs
Downtimes cause problems in the plant as well as unnecessary costs. We can help you to
reduce both to a minimum – with our worldwide repair facilities.
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Optimization
During the service life of machines and plants, there is often a great potential for increasing
productivity or reducing costs.
To help you achieve this potential, we are offering a complete range of optimization services.
Modernization
You can also rely on our support when it comes to modernization – with comprehensive
services from the planning phase all the way to commissioning.
Service programs
Our service programs are select service packages for an automation and drives system or
product group. The individual services are coordinated with each other to ensure smooth
coverage of the entire life cycle and support optimum use of your products and systems.
The services of a service program can be flexibly adapted at any time and used separately.
Examples of service programs:
● Service contracts
● Plant IT Security Services
● Life Cycle Services for Drive Engineering
● SIMATIC PCS 7 Life Cycle Services
● SINUMERIK Manufacturing Excellence
● SIMATIC Remote Support Services
Benefits at a glance:
● Reduced downtimes for increased productivity
● Optimized maintenance costs due to a tailored scope of services
● Costs that can be calculated and therefore planned
● Service reliability due to guaranteed response times and spare part delivery times
● Customer service personnel will be supported and relieved of additional tasks
● Comprehensive service from a single source, fewer interfaces and greater expertise
Contact
At your service locally, around the globe: your partner for consultation, sales, training,
service, support, spare parts... for the entire range of products from Industry Automation and
Drive Technologies.
You can find your personal contact in our contacts database on the Internet
(http://www.siemens.com/automation/partner).
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Glossary
AES
Advanced Encryption Standard is a symmetrical cryptographic system that provides a very
high level of security.
Automation system
An automation system is a programmable logic controller consisting of at least one CPU,
various input and output modules, and operator control and monitoring devices.
CHAP
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (RFC 1994)
Access is checked by encrypting and decrypting a random number.
Configuration
Configuration refers to the setting of a module's behavior.
Configuring
Configuring refers to the configuration of separate modules of an automation system in the
configuration table.
CPU
Central Processing Unit = Central module of the automation system that consists of the
control and computing units, memory, system program, and interfaces to the I/O modules.
DDNS
Dynamic Domain Name System (Dynamic DNS): System for updating domains in the
Domain Name System.
When the IP address changes, the corresponding domain entry is automatically changed. In
this way, a device is always accessible under the same domain name, even if the current IP
address for the user is unknown.
Default setting
The default setting is an appropriate initial setting that will always be used if another value is
not entered.
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DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol: enables assignment of the network configuration to
clients by a server (RFC 2131).
Diagnostics functions
The diagnostics functions cover the entire system diagnostics and include the recognition,
interpretation and reporting of errors within the automation system.
DNS
Domain Name System: service for responding to requests for name resolution.
FTP
File Transfer Protocol: a network protocol specified in RFC 959 (1985) for transmitting files
over IP networks.
GA
Global Address: Unique, global and permanently assigned IPv6 address that is also valid
outside the local network.
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service: packet-oriented service for data transmission in GSM
networks.
Hardware
Hardware is the entire physical and technical equipment of a automation system.
HTML
Hyper Text Markup Language: text-based markup language for structuring contents such as
texts, images, and hyperlinks in documents. HTML documents are the basis of the World
Wide Web and are displayed by a Web browser.
HTTP
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol: Protocol for transferring data over a network. It is mainly used
to download Web pages from the World Wide Web to a Web browser.
HTTPS
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer: Protocol for secure transmission of
data over a network. Encrypted and authenticated transfer of data in the World Wide Web.
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IP
Internet Protocol: network protocol that is used widely in computer networks and is the basis
for the Internet.
LAN
Local Area Network: computer network whose area is limited to 500 m without additional
measures and is generally used in small companies.
Lifetime
Service life / usability of an IPv6 address.
The following cases are distinguished:
● Preferred lifetime > 0: The address is available for new connections.
● Preferred lifetime = 0 and valid lifetime > 0: The address can only be used by existing
connections.
● Preferred lifetime = 0 and valid lifetime = 0: The address is no longer usable.
MAC
The purpose of a Message Authentication Code is to provide certainty regarding the origin of
data or messages and to check their integrity. MAC algorithms require two input parameters,
i.e., the data to be protected and a secret key, from which a checksum, i.e., the Message
Authentication Code, is calculated.
Module parameters
Module parameters are values with which the behavior of the module can be set.
PAP
Password Authentication Protocol (RFC 1334)
The password for the authentication is transferred unencrypted together with the user ID. It is
therefore vulnerable to capture through passive monitoring.
Parameters
Parameters are values that can be allocated. There are two different types of parameters:
block parameters and module parameters.
POP3
Post Office Protocol Version 3: Transfer protocol to receive e-mails from an e-mail server
(RFC1939).
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Service life
See Lifetime
SLAAC
Stateless Address Autoconfiguration: Stateless address autoconfiguration in IPv6 mode
(RFC 4862).
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol: protocol of the Internet protocol family for exchanging e-mails
in computer networks.
SMTPS
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Secure: Protocol for e-mail exchange in computer networks
including SSL encryption.
Software
Software refers to the entirety of all programs that are used on a computing system. The
operating system and user programs belong to this.
SSTP
Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol: tunnel protocol for encapsulating a packet inside another
packet. Tunnels the PPP or L2TP traffic through an SSL channel.
ULA
Unique Local Addresses (ULA): Local IPv6 addresses that are only valid within a local
network (RFC 4193).
User program
The user program contains all instructions and declarations for processing the signals used
for controlling a system or a process. In SIMATIC S7 the user program is structured and
divided into small units, the blocks.
VPN
Virtual private network: VPN is used to connect nodes of one private network to another
private network without the networks having to be compatible.
WAN
Wide area network: Computer network that differs from a LAN in that it extends over a very
large geographic area. There is no limit on the number of connected computers.
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Index
A
Access to automation component fails, 60
Ambient conditions, 70
Approvals, 72
Assigning parameters, 17
Automation system
Connect adapter, 30
Establish remote connection
Via remote connection, 33, 37
via TeleService, 33, 36
via the TIA Portal, 35
Ethernet cable, 22
Ethernet port, 22
Pin assignment, 24
Explosion Protection Directive, 73
F
C
Callback fails, 60
Callback number, 60
CE mark, 72
Check connection establishment, 61
Climatic ambient conditions, 71
Configuration
First-time, 17, 25
reset, 49, 51
Connecting
to 24 V DC, 30
to the automation system, 30
to the PC, 30
Connection establishment fails, 62
cULus approval, 73
D
Delivery state
IP address, 31, 33
Direct connection, 25
E
Electromagnetic compatibility, 67
EMC Directive, 73
Error
Access to automation component fails, 60
Callback fails, 60
Connection establishment fails, 62
Logon to the TS Adapter fails, 59
Modem connection is not made, 61
Not possible to send e-mail, 63
Partner not answering, 58
User name or password unknown,
Features, 12
Firmware
Update, 53
FM approval, 75
Functions of the TS Adapter IE Basic, 10
H
Hardware requirements, 17
I
Installation
horizontal, 66
vertical, 66
L
Logon to the TS Adapter fails, 59
Logon to the Web interface fails, 56
Logon to the Web interface is denied, 57
M
Marking for Australia and New Zealand, 73
Mechanical ambient conditions, 70
Modem connection is not made, 61
N
Not possible to send e-mail, 63
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O
Open Web interface
via Ethernet with browser, 44
via Ethernet with TeleService, 43
via Ethernet with TIA Portal, 41
via remote connection with browser, 46
via remote connection with TeleService, 45
Operating conditions, 70
P
P RES (reset) button, 50
Partner not answering, 58
PC
Connect the TS Adapter IE Basic, 30
PG/PC interface
set, 29
Pin assignment
Ethernet port, 24
Product package, 15
Specifications, 65
Storage conditions, 69
T
Transportation conditions, 69
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Connection to the GSM network, 13
Connection to the telephone network, 13
Connection to the telephone network through an
external modem, 14
Connection types, 12
in a networked system, 26
in a standalone system, 25
U
Update
Firmware, 53
R
Remote connection
set up, 17
Remote maintenance, 10, 25
Parameters, 47
Requirements
Hardware, 17
Software, 17
Reset
Configuration, 49, 51
RJ45 socket
Ethernet port, 22
RTTE Directive, 73
S
Safety instructions, 27
Safety requirements, 75
Sending e-mail
Parameters, 48
Sending e-mail, 49
Sending e-mail, 49
Set IP parameters, 31
via Ethernet with SIMATIC Manager, 33
via Ethernet with TeleService, 32
via Ethernet with TIA Portal, 31
Software requirements, 17
Spare parts, 15
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