Siemens PC 870 Operating instructions

Preface, Table of Contents
SIMATIC PC
Description of Functions in the
SIMATIC KeyTools
Appendix
SIMATIC KeyTools for
Panel PC 670
Panel PC 870
Operating Instructions
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Warning
The device may only be used for the application cases specified in the catalog and the technical
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Preface
Purpose
These operating instructions are part of the documentation for the SIMATIC
Panel PC 670 or the SIMATIC Panel PC 870, respectively (referred to in the
following as the Panel PC 670/870).
These operating instructions provide the owner/operator of the system with the
necessary information on the functionality and use of the SIMATIC KeyTools.
Caution
The contents of the Panel PC 670/870 operating instructions are
superordinated to those of the Panel PC 670/870 equipment manual.
Siemens AG assumes no liability resulting from failure to observe the
instructions.
Panel PC 670/870 Documentation
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French, Italian, and Spanish. Releases 10/2003 and higher of the operating
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German, English, French, Italian, and Spanish.
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• SIMATIC Panel PC 670, computer unit equipment manual
SIMATIC Panel PC 870, computer unit equipment manual
• SIMATIC Panel PC 870, start-up guide
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Table of Contents
1
Description of Functions in SIMATIC KeyTools.............................. 1–1
1.1
Keycode Table ......................................................................................... 1–3
1.2
Security Features ..................................................................................... 1–9
1.3
WinCC Hotkey Function......................................................................... 1–13
Appendix ................................................................................................ a
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1
Description of Functions in
SIMATIC KeyTools
1
"SIMATIC KeyTools" is a selection of applications for use with Panel
PC 670/870 to facilitate adaptation of keycodes sent from the front keyboard.
KeyTools consists of the following tools:
• Keycode table
Loading and editing of keycode tables (previously KeyPad)
• Security features
for enabling and deactivating the safety-relevant parameters
• WinCC hotkey function
For enabling and deactivating the WinCC hotkey function (previously
KeyHook)
Note
Operating System
The SIMATIC KeyTools are compatible with the operating systems
MS Windows 98, MS Windows NT, MS Windows 2000, and MS Windows XP.
Front Keyboard
In the following text, the term "front keyboard" will refer only to the keyboard at
the front of the Panel PC 670/870 operating panel – not to external keyboards.
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Start "KeyTools" by selecting Start → Settings → Control panel, and then
opening the application SIMATIC KeyTools.
The following window will then open:
Figure 1–1
KeyTools window
You can find a description of "KeyTools" in the menu Help in German and
English and additional information under menu Info under About.
You can restore the factory settings by clicking on the button Restore default
settings. Leave "KeyTools" by clicking on the Exit button.
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Description of Functions in SIMATIC KeyTools
Keycode Table
In the group Keycode table, you can find three radio buttons for various
keycode tables that can be sent to the front keyboard.
• Default Panel PC
• Standard PC compatible
• User specific
Figure 1–2
Keycode table group
The following more closely describes these three keycode tables.
Default Panel PC
By loading a permanently defined keycode table, you can reset the key
assignment of the front keyboard on the Panel PC 670/870 panel to the original
factory settings.
Keys
Keycode
F1–F12
F1 to F12
F13–F20
Shift + F1 to Shift + F8
S1–S4
Shift + F9 to Shift + F12
S5–S16
Ctrl + F1 to Ctrl + F8
Alphanumeric, cursor, and
control keys
(USA) English international
Table 1–1
Keycodes
The default settings of the F13–F20 function keys and the softkeys S1–S16
correspond with the specifications necessary for using the keys with the
SIMATIC HMI software, for example.
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Do the following to send the Default Panel PC keycode table to the front
keyboard:
1.
In the window SIMATIC KeyTools, select the Default Panel PC radio
button.
2.
Click on the SEND button.
3.
In the Display SIZE dialog box, select the display size appropriate for the
current operating unit.
4.
Acknowledge your choices with the OK button.
The keycode table will now be sent. The keycodes that were sent will take
effect immediately.
The Default Panel PC keycode table cannot be changed.
Standard PC Compatible
The key assignments of the front keyboard on the Panel PC 670/870 can be
reset to the factory settings by loading a permanently defined keycode table,
whereby the F13–F20 function keys and the S1–S16 soft keys are unassigned.
Note
After restarting, the Security Features will be deactivated - see chapter 1.2.
Keys
Keycode
F1–F12
F1 to F12
F13–F20
–
S1–S4
–
S5–S16
–
Alphanumeric, cursor, and
control keys
(USA) English international
Table 1–2
Keycodes
Do the following to send the Standard PC compatible keycode table to the front
keyboard:
1.
In the window SIMATIC KeyTools, select the Standard PC compatible
radio button.
2.
Click on the SEND button.
3.
In the Display SIZE dialog box, select the display size appropriate for the
current operating unit.
4.
Acknowledge your choices with the OK button.
The keycode table will now be sent. The keycodes that were sent will take
effect immediately.
The Standard PC compatible code table cannot be changed.
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User specific
Under User specific, you have the option to edit the keycode tables and send
them to the front keyboard.
Editing Keycode Tables
1.
In the window SIMATIC KeyTools, select the User specific radio button.
2.
Click on the Edit button.
3.
In the Display SIZE dialog box, select the display size appropriate for the
current operating unit.
4.
Acknowledge your choices with the OK button.
After you select the display size, the layout of the front keyboard of the
Panel PC 670/870 will appear:
Figure 1–3
KeyPads 10" window
The KeyPads xx" window opens as standard. However, the keycode table
has still not been loaded. If the keycode of individual keys will be changed,
this keycode table must be loaded with the next work step.
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Load the table
You can use a copy of the Default Panel PC or Standard PC compatible
keycode tables as a starting point. You will find these in the directory
drive:\Siemens\KeyTools\KeyPad_user.
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6.
keycode tables for Default Panel PC:
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keypad_user\tabp10.pad (for 10" display)
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keypad_user\tabp12.pad (for 12" display)
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keypad_user\tab15.pad (for 15" display)
keycode tables for Standard PC compatible:
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keypad_user\tabp10_st.pad (for 10" display)
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keypad_user\tabp12_st.pad (for 12" display)
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keypad_user\tab15_st.pad (for 15" display)
In the KeyPads xx" window under File → Open, select one of these files see Figure 1–3.
Look on the menu bar to see which keycode table has been loaded. After
the respective keycode table has been loaded, you can change the
assignment of the individual keys.
7.
Edit the keycode table
You can call up the characters you wish to enter by clicking on them or
hitting Enter. The Key definition window then opens.
1
2
3
Figure 1–4
Key definition window
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In the Normal Modus group, you can define which keycode 1 will be sent.
In the Alpha Modus group, you can define which keycode 3 will be sent as
special characters. The special characters are generated with the
combination "FN + key".
To activate a key, the Enable check box must be selected in the group
Normal Modus or Alpha Modus, respectively. By selecting the appropriate
check boxes, 2 LShift, RShift, LCtrl, RCtrl, LAlt, RAlt, Lgui and Rgui, you
can specify an additional keycode to be sent in addition to that selected
under Name 1.
Examples:
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Normal Modus
Name
–
Check box
Display/Function
aA
LShift
A
aA
–
A
Alpha Modus
Name
Check box
Display/Function
0)
LShift
)
0)
–
0
The table in the appendix contains a list of all names that can be selected
in the Name group. The column "Display/Function" specifies the display or
the function that will be triggered by the respective key combination.
8.
Send the keycode table
Once the keycode table has been edited, you can save it and use the
Send! button (see Figure 1–3) to send it to the front keyboard. The
changes will take effect immediately and can be displayed in the test field.
Notice
The Send! button is active only if the application was started on a
Panel PC 670/870 with a front keyboard.
The keyboard layout is (USA) English international. Note that the layout of an
external keyboard must correspond with the international character set – only
then will the characters printed on the keys correspond with those shown on
the screen.
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Sending Previously Edited keycode Tables
The advantage of this procedure is that it is not necessary to open the
"keycode table". In this manner, a keycode table can be sent directly.
1.
Press the button ".....", to open the browser (see Figure 1–2).
2.
Select an edited table.
The table must be of the type "*.pad".
3.
Press the SEND button (see Figure 1–1).
4.
In the next dialog box, select the appropriate display size.
5.
Acknowledge your choices with the OK button.
The keycode table will now be sent. The keycodes that were sent will take
effect immediately.
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Description of Functions in SIMATIC KeyTools
Security Features
In the factory-delivered condition, the security features of the Panel PC 670/870
are activated.
Figure 1–5
Security Features group (see also Figure 1–1) – the "Security features"
are activated in this image
When using functional keys within an "Operate and observe" software program,
individual keys are usually assigned via the configuration directly to a reaction
in the automation process. Therefore, to provide for safe operation of the
automation process it must be ensured that only the configured button will
trigger the desired reaction. If other function keys can send the same keycode,
then you have what is called "ghost keys". The existence of these must be
prevented.
The enabled security features prevent the triggering of "ghost keys" through the
front keyboard. This safety setting is active in the factory-delivered condition of
the Panel PC 670/870.
Warning
After the "security features" are deactivated:
The application software may malfunction with serious consequences when
you use the additional function keys and softkeys F13 to S16 or your own
keycode tables because the keycodes stored behind the function keys can also
be triggered by selecting keys other than the configured keys.
In general:
Malfunctions may also arise when using external entry devices or combinations
of external entry devices with the front keyboard on the Panel PC 670/870. In
these cases, the security features will not be in effect.
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Functionality of the Security Features
If one of the Default Panel PC keycode tables is loaded, the front keyboard's
controller will send the following character strings when you press a F or S key:
Key
Keycode string
F1–F12
F (1–12)
F13–S4
Shift, F(1–12)
S5–S16
Ctrl, F(1–12)
Table 1–3
Keys pressed and keycode strings that will be sent
The keys F1–F12 on the front keyboard send the same keycodes as an
external USB or PS/2 keyboard. An expansion of the keycode strings was
defined for the other twenty-four F and S keys because the operating system
provides access to only a limited number of keycodes. These F and S keys are
defined with the keycode string Shift or Ctrl + F(1–12).
In the customer application with the simultaneous pressing of the keys Shift
and Ctrl plus the F or S keys, the combination of keycode strings may trigger
the ghost keys.
Table 1–4 lists a few examples of this.
Key 1
Key 2
Desired key
Activated key
Shift (Shift)
F1 (F1)
Shift and F1
F13
(Shift, F1)
Ctrl (Ctrl)
F1 (F1)
Ctrl and F1
S5
(Ctrl, F1)
F14 (Shift, F2)
F1 (F1)
F14 and F1
F14
(Shift, F2)
F13
(Shift, F1)
Table 1–4
Possible incorrect interpretations when pressing keys simultaneously
(security features are deactivated)
Key 1 and key 2 are pressed simultaneously. The desired key and the key
actually-activated are displayed (security features are deactivated). The sent
keycode string is shown in brackets.
For this reason, the security features in the factory-delivered condition block
simultaneous pressing of two F or S keys as well as the combination of the
Shift or Ctrl key with an F or S key.
Warning
It is recommended for safety reasons to always use the security features and
to not deactivate them.
If the user does deactivate the security features, it is important to make sure
that no malfunctions can be triggered in the application program.
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To do this, the following checks must be performed:
• Can an undesirable function be triggered by pressing the Shift and a F or S
key simultaneously?
• Can an undesirable function be triggered by pressing the Ctrl and a F or S
key simultaneously?
• Can an undesirable function be triggered by pressing two F or S keys
simultaneously?
You can avoid triggering undesirable functions by:
• Modifying the keycode table by editing the keycode tables with Keycode
table → User specific → Edit
• Modifying the user application
Example:
Two functions are defined in the customer application, whereby the following
conditions apply:
Security features are deactivated and the Default Panel PC keycode table is
loaded.
• The desired function "X" is triggered through simultaneous pressing of the
Shift and F1 keys.
• The function "Y" is triggered by pressing the F13 key.
Notice
The same keycode strings exist for Shift + F1 and F13. The customer
application cannot distinguish which keys were pressed. The result is an
undefined reaction of the customer application:
•
The function "Y" can be triggered by pressing the two keys Shift and F1.
•
The function "X" can be triggered when pressing the key F13.
Solution
Approach 1:
Use User specific → Edit to change the keycode table so that another keycode
string is sent when the F13 function key is pressed, for example ALT + F1. The
customer program must be able to appropriately interpret this new keycode
string.
Approach 2:
The customer application is changed so that the F13 function key is not
assigned to the "Y" function. Instead, F12, for example, is assigned to "Y". The
F1 and F12 function keys have differing keycodes in the keycode table Default
Panel PC.
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Multiple-Key Operation
We recommend using the direct key module (order number 6AV7671-7DA000AA0) with applications that require multiple-key operation (simultaneous
pressing of two or more keys). The module enables assignment of 32 freely
selectable keys regardless of the PC operating system, thereby enabling very
fast and secure multiple-key operation for the automation process.
If the direct key module is not available, two-key operation is possible on a
limited basis after deactivating the security features. Always observe all safety
guidelines! With suitable keycode tables it is also possible to prevent the
triggering of so-called "ghost keys". When using the keycode table Standard
PC compatible, only the F1-F12 function keys are active. This keycode table
permits multiple-key operation.
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Description of Functions in SIMATIC KeyTools
WinCC Hotkey Function
The "WinCC hotkey function" is not needed with Windows 98.
Figure 1–6
WinCC hotkey function group
Some software packages (like the HMI software "WinCC") interpret the
keycode sequence sent over the keyboard interface in a unique way. The
WinCC hotkey function allows you to adapt to this behavior.
Example:
When the WinCC hotkey function is activated by clicking on the START button
(see Figure 1–6), the keycode for "Release of a function key" will be sent in the
exchanged keycode sequence expected by WinCC.
The two following tables list the keycode strings that are sent when the WinCC
hotkey function is activated and deactivated, respectively:
Press key
Release key
F1–F12:
F (1–12)
F (1–12)
F13–S4:
Shift, F(1–12)
Shift, F(1–12)
S5–S16:
Ctrl, F(1–12)
Ctrl, F(1–12)
Table 1–5
Keycode string when WinCC hotkey function is deactivated – STOP
button pressed
Press key
Release key
F1–F12:
F (1–12)
F (1–12)
F13–S4:
Shift, F(1–12)
F(1–12), Shift
S5–S16:
Ctrl, F(1–12)
F(1–12), Ctrl
Table 1–6
Keycode string when WinCC hotkey function is activated –
START button pressed
Click on the START button to activate this function; click on the STOP. button
to deactivate the function.
To start this function automatically when the Panel PC 670/870 boots up, select
the check box AutoStart (see Figure 1–6).
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Appendix
The following table provides a listing of all characters that you can enter in the
SIMATIC KeyTools window, Keycode table group and the User specific option.
The column "Display/Function" lists the character that will be triggered when
the associated keys are pressed (see Figure 1–4).
Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
aA
4
–
a
L Shift/R Shift
A
R Alt
á
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Á
–
b
L Shift/R Shift
B
–
c
L Shift/R Shift
C
R Alt
©
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
¢
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
Copy
–
d
L Shift/R Shift
D
R Alt
ð
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ð
–
e
L Shift/R Shift
E
R Alt
é
L Shift/R Shift
É
L Gui/R Gui
Start MS Windows Explorer
–
f
L Shift/R Shift
F
L Gui/R Gui
Find folder and file
bB
cC
dD
eE
fF
5
6
7
8
9
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
gG
0A
–
g
L Shift/R Shift
G
–
h
L Shift/R Shift
H
–
i
L Shift/R Shift
I
R Alt
í
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Í
–
j
L Shift/R Shift
J
–
k
L Shift/R Shift
K
–
l
L Shift/R Shift
L
R Alt
ø
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ø
–
m
L Shift/R Shift
M
R Alt
µ
L Gui/R Gui
Minimize all windows
–
n
L Shift/R Shift
N
R Alt
ñ
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ñ
–
o
L Shift/R Shift
O
R Alt
ó
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ó
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
Open
–
p
L Shift/R Shift
P
R Alt
ö
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ö
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
Print
hH
iI
jJ
kK
lL
mM
nN
oO
pP
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
qQ
14
–
q
L Shift/R Shift
Q
R Alt
ä
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ä
–
r
L Shift/R Shift
R
R Alt
®
L Gui/R Gui
Display "Execute" dialog box
–
s
L Shift/R Shift
S
R Alt
ß
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
§
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
Save
–
t
L Shift/R Shift
T
R Alt
þ
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Þ
–
u
L Shift/R Shift
U
R Alt
ú
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ú
–
v
L Shift/R Shift
V
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
Paste
–
w
L Shift/R Shift
W
R Alt
å
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Å
–
x
L Shift/R Shift
X
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
Cut
–
y
L Shift/R Shift
Y
R Alt
ü
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ü
rR
sS
tT
uU
vV
wW
xX
yY
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
zZ
1D
–
z
L Shift/R Shift
Z
R Alt
æ
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Æ
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
1!
2@
3#
1E
1F
20
–
1
L Shift/R Shift
!
R Alt
¡
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
¹
–
2
L Shift/R Shift
@
R Alt
²
–
3
L Shift/R Shift
#
R Alt
³
L Shift/R Shift
$
R Alt
¤
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
£
4$
21
–
4
5%
22
–
5
L Shift/R Shift
%
R Alt
€
–
6
L Shift/R Shift
^
R Alt
¼
–
7
L Shift/R Shift
&
R Alt
½
–
8
L Shift/R Shift
*
R Alt
¾
–
9
L Shift/R Shift
(
R Alt
‘
6^
7&
8*
9(
23
24
25
26
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
0)
27
–
0
L Shift/R Shift
)
R Alt
’
Return
28
–
Return
Escape
29
–
Escape
Backspace
2A
–
Backspace
Tab
2B
–
Tab
Space
2C
–
Space
-_
2D
–
-
L Shift/R Shift
_
R Alt
¥
–
=
L Shift/R Shift
+
R Alt
×
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
÷
–
[
L Shift/R Shift
{
R Alt
«
–
]
L Shift/R Shift
}
R Alt
»
–
\
L Shift/R Shift
|
R Alt
¬
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
¦
=+
[{
]}
\|
2E
2F
30
31
Europe 1
32
–
Europe 1
;:
33
–
;
L Shift/R Shift
:
R Alt
¶
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
°
'"
34
–
L Shift/R Shift
"
R Alt
´
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
¨
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
`~
35
–
`
L Shift/R Shift
~
–
,
L Shift/R Shift
<
R Alt
ç
R Alt+L Shift/R Shift
Ç
–
.
L Shift/R Shift
>
–
/
L Shift/R Shift
?
R Alt
¿
,<
.>
/?
36
37
38
Caps Lock
39
–
Caps Lock
F1
3A
–
F1
L Shift/R Shift
F13
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S5
–
F2
L Shift/R Shift
F14
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S6
–
F3
L Shift/R Shift
F15
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S7
–
F4
L Shift/R Shift
F16
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S8
–
F5
L Shift/R Shift
F17
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S9
–
F6
L Shift/R Shift
F18
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S10
–
F7
L Shift/R Shift
F19
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S11
–
F8
L Shift/R Shift
F20
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S12
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
F9
42
–
F9
L Shift/R Shift
S1
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S13
–
F10
L Shift/R Shift
S2
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S14
–
F11
L Shift/R Shift
S3
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S15
–
F12
L Shift/R Shift
S4
L Ctrl/R Ctrl
S16
F10
F11
F12
43
44
45
Print Screen
46
–
Print Screen
Scroll Lock
47
–
Scroll Lock
Break (Ctrl-Pause)
48
–
Break (Crtl-Pause)
Pause
48
–
Pause
Insert
49
–
Insert
Home
4A
–
Home
Page Up
4B
–
Page Up
Delete
4C
–
Delete
End
4D
–
End
Page Down
4E
–
Page Down
Right Arrow
4F
–
Right Arrow
Left Arrow
50
–
Left Arrow
Down Arrow
51
–
Down Arrow
Up Arrow
52
–
Up Arrow
Num Lock
53
–
Num Lock
Keypad /
54
–
Keypad /
Keypad *
55
–
Keypad *
Keypad -
56
–
Keypad -
Keypad +
57
–
Keypad +
Keypad Enter
58
–
Keypad Enter
Keypad 1 End
59
–
Keypad 1 End
Keypad 2 Down
5A
–
Keypad 2 Down
Keypad 3 PageDn
5B
–
Keypad 3 PageDn
Keypad 4 Left
5C
–
Keypad 4 Left
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Name
Code (Hex)
0x
Check box
Display/Function
Keypad 5
5D
–
Keypad 5
Keypad 6 Right
5E
–
Keypad 6 Right
Keypad 7 Home
5F
–
Keypad 7 Home
Keypad 8 Up
60
–
Keypad 8 Up
Keypad 9 PageUp
61
–
Keypad 9 PageUp
Keypad 0 Insert
62
–
Keypad 0 Insert
Keypad . Delete
63
–
Keypad . Delete
Europe 2
64
–
Europe 2
App
65
–
App
Keyboard Power
66
–
Keyboard Power
Keypad =
67
–
Keypad =
F13
68
–
F13
F14
69
–
F14
F15
6A
–
F15
F16
6B
–
F16
F17
6C
–
F17
F18
6D
–
F18
F19
6E
–
F19
F20
6F
–
F20
F21
70
–
F21
F22
71
–
F22
F23
72
–
F23
F24
73
–
F24
Left Control
E0
–
Left Control
Left Shift
E1
–
Left Shift
Left Alt
E2
–
Left Alt
Left GUI
E3
–
Left GUI
Right Control
E4
–
Right Control
Right Shift
E5
–
Right Shift
Right Alt
E6
–
Right Alt
Right GUI
E7
–
Right GUI
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