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System Setup Screens
Chapter
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In This Chapter...
Introduction................................................................................................................ 5-2
Accessing the System Setup Screens (no project loaded)........................................ 5-3
Accessing the System Setup Screens (with project loaded)..................................... 5-4
System Setup Screens – Enable Password in Software............................................. 5-6
System Setup Screens Flowchart............................................................................. 5-12
Main Menu............................................................................................................... 5-13
Information Menu.................................................................................................... 5-14
Setting Menu............................................................................................................ 5-18
Test Menu................................................................................................................. 5-25
Memory Menu.......................................................................................................... 5-34
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Introduction
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The C-more touch panels include a series of built-in System Setup Screens that allow
the user to view detailed information about the panel; adjust certain features; configure
communications; test various functions of the touch panel; backup & restore firmware,
recipe, log and project memory; clear memory and reset all values and conditions back to the
original factory defaults.
The four Main Menu selections are:
Information
The information tabs display details about the touch panel model; the
panel’s name; version information for the hardware, boot loader and
firmware; clock source, and beeper status. Other tabs display details
on the panel’s internal memory and the status of any external memory
devices. Communication port details are available in this area, as well as an error log to help in
trouble-shooting the system
Setting
This is the area for 1.) making adjustments to the internal clock,
2.) adjusting the brightness of the display, 3.) setting the IP address 4.)
adjusting (calibrating) the touch panel, 4.) enabling or disabling the
internal beep, and 5.) enabling or disabling a mouse pointer.
Test Menu
From this sub menu, the user can 1.) test the touch panel, 2.) test the
display, 3.) test the user LED 4.) test the communication ports, and 5.)
test both the internal beeper or the audio line output, if a speaker with
an amplifier is connected. A WAV sound file is system provided for the
audio line output test.
Memory
Select the Memory menu item to either backup or restore your project,
log data, recipe data and/or system memory. Selections can be made to
backup to optional SD card memory or USB pen drive memory. The
menu selections also give the user the ability to clear the memory, and
there is also a selection to reset all of the touch panel settings back to the original factory
defaults.
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Accessing the System Setup Screens (no project loaded)
To access the Main Menu of the touch panel System Setup Screens prior to downloading a
project, press the extreme upper left corner of the panel display area for 3 seconds as shown
below. The Main Menu will then be displayed.
Press in the extreme upper left
corner for 3 seconds to bring
up the System Setup Screen
Main Menu.
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Accessing the System Setup Screens (with project loaded)
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To access the Main Menu of the touch panel System Setup Screens with a project loaded into
memory, press the upper left corner of the panel display area for 3 seconds as shown below.
If no system screen password is enabled, the following WARNING dialog box will appear on
the touch screen.:
• Pressing OK will display the system setup screen.
See the WARNING below!
System Screen Called
Activating System Screen will stop the
Panel Run Mode.
Do you want to continue?
OK
Cancel
• Pressing Cancel will take you back to the project screen.
• Communications with the PLC is active while the
Warning is displayed.
• The dialog box will close if no action is taken for 60
seconds.
• The dialog box will not display if the touch panel does
not have a project loaded.
• The dialog box will display after a valid password is
entered if the System Screen password is enabled.
WARNING: Pressing OK at this point will STOP the PLC driver and therefore all communications
between the touch panel and PLC will cease. It is strongly recommended that the password system tag
“SYS SYSTEMSCREENPW” be enabled to add a safeguard step in accessing the system setup screens.
See the next section for an overview for setting the System Tags in the Event Manager Database.
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The OK button in the Warning dialog box will bring up the Main Menu as shown below.
You can then proceed to the other system setup screens.
Password Protecting System Screen Access
NOTE: If the password system tag SYS SYSTEMSCREENPW is enabled, the Enter Security Code keypad shown
below will open. The procedure to enable the SYS SYSTEMSCREENPW is detailed below.
Entering the correct password will display the Panel Run Mode warning dialog described previously. PLC
communications continue while the keypad is displayed. The keypad will timeout after 60 seconds.
Enter Security Code
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System Setup Screens – Enable Password in Software
Under the C-more Programming Software’s Navigation window, select the Function tab, then
double click on “Alarm Action” to display the Event Manager Database shown below:
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Click on the Add button
to add an event to the
database that will be used
to enable the System
Screen Password.
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The Event Add dialog box will be displayed as shown.
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Click on the Tag Name: pull down menu and select the internal System Bit On
(SYS BIT ON) tag as shown. This will force the tag event type to be continuously active.
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Tag Name: SYS BIT ON
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Use the Event Name: text box to document the event as “System Screen PW” for record
keeping This is optional.
In the Action box, click once on the displayed 01-Alarm under the Sequence List: so that
01-Alarm is highlighted. Then click the Delete Action button to remove the 01-Alarm.
Event Name:
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Delete Action
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In the Action box, click on the Add Action... button. This will bring up the Add Action
dialog box as shown below:
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Add Action
Click on the Command: pull down list in the Add Command box, select Tag from the list,
then click OK.
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A 01-Tag action item will then be added to the Sequence List.
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01-Tag
Click on the Tag Name: pull down list down arrow in the Action box’s Tag tab, select
SYS SYSTEMSCREENPW from the list, and click OK.
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SYS SYSTEMSCREENPW
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Enter a numeric value into the Value: box, such as “777”. This value becomes the Password
code to access the System Setup Screen’s Main Menu.
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Password Value – 777
Click the Apply button in the Event Add dialog box and then the Close button to return to
the Event Manager Database. You now will see that the first event in the database is for the
System Screen Password and it is enabled.
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Main Menu
Information
General/Memory/Ethernet/
Error
Setting
Adjust Clock
Adjust Display
IP Address Setting
Adjust Touch Panel
(Touch Screen Calibration)
Beep
Mouse
Test Menu
Test Touch Panel
Test Display
Test User LED
Test Communication Port
Test Beep/Sound
Memory
Backup
Restore
Clear Memory
Touch Screen Calibration
(press upper left corner)
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Main Menu
The Main Menu system setup screen is the top layer in
the menu structure.
Touch Screen Calibration
While the Main Menu system setup screen is being displayed, the extreme upper left corner
of the touch panel can be pressed for 3 seconds to access the Touch Screen Calibration
display. This feature is used if the touch panel data becomes corrupted and touching the Main
Menu buttons does not work. It allows a shortcut to the touch panel calibration screen
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Information Menu
Information - General tab
The General tab under the Information
menu provides detailed information of the
C-more touch panel.
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Function
Description
Comments
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Panel Type
EA9-T6CL-R,
EA9-T6CL,
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EA9-T10CL,
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EA9-T15CL
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Panel Name
The panel name is configured in the
programming software and saved with a
project.
The default panel name is the model
number plus the lower three bytes
of the panel MAC address, ie EA9T8CL-0022C4.
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Version
The version identifications provide
information on the components and
firmware in the panel
Files reside in the C-more touch
panel’s memory.
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Clock
Internal/External clock selection.
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Beep
Status of the internal beeper.
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Main Menu
Press to return to the Main Menu screen.
Configured in the C-more
Programming Software.
Configurable in the Setting Menu –
Beeper shown on page 5-23 or in
the C-more Programming Software.
Main Menu shown on previous page.
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Information - Memory tab
1. Memory components - Status of each memory
component - SDRAM, MRAM and Built-in Flash
are internal memory components. When external
memory devices are installed in the panel they will be
included in this list : SD1, SD2 (12 and 15 inch
panels only) and USB.
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2. Resource Monitor - this troubleshooting tool
displays CPU and panel internal memory usage.
When enabled, the Resource Monitor will display
on the panel screen WHILE THE PROJECT IS
RUNNING that is, after you click Main Menu
then click Exit) - the Resource Monitor also allows
access to the Error Tab WITHOUT STOPPING
COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE PLC
3. Main Menu - Press to return to the Main Menu
screen - Main Menu shown previously
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Description
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Ethernet
(Link: Online)
Ethernet Settings:
MAC Address: 00 D0 7C XX XX XX
Address Type: DHCP/Static
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:
DNS: 1.) Automatically
2.) Use Designated Address
Note: N/A - not available on reduced
featured models (–R)
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Main Menu
Press to return to the Main Menu screen.
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Configurable in the Setting Menu
– IP Address Setting shown on
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Error message format
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Navigation buttons
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Error Message Format:
Item No.
Function
Description
Comment
Order of error message functions:
Error Number, Date, Time, Error Port, Device Name, Error Type, PLC Device, Access Bytes, Error Message
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Date
Time
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Error Port
Format: MM/DD/YY
Format: HH/MM/SS
PLC Serial Communications Port:
Ethernet:
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Device Name
The name of the device reporting the error.
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Error Type
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PLC Address
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Access Bytes
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Error Message
Date error occurred.
Time error occurred.
Device names are configured in the
programming software, Panel Manager
RD: Read
WT: Write
The assigned address of the PLC that caused
the error.
The number of access bytes.
The error message is the same as the
A list of Error Massages is shown in
message displayed in the upper left of the
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C-more touch panel’s display.
Error Message navigation buttons:
Item No.
Function
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Clear
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Page Down
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Page Up
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Main Menu
Description
Comment
Press to clear all error messages. This Errors are also cleared with firmware is
button is grayed out when there are no error updated on the panel. Errors are not cleared
messages to display.
on power cycle or project transfer.
Press to go to to the next page. This button is
grayed out when there is no error messages
on the next page.
Press to go to the previous page. This button
is grayed out when there is no error messages
on the previous page.
Press to return to the Main Menu screen.
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The Setting Menu is used to adjust the time & date,
adjust the contrast or brightness of the display, enter the
IP address settings, adjust (calibrate) the touch screen,
enable or disable the internal beep and turn on and off
the mouse cursor .
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Function
Description
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Adjust Clock
Adjust Display
Press to go to the Adjust Clock screen.
Press to go to the Adjust Display screen.
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IP Address
Press to go to the IP Address screen
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Adjust Touch Panel
Beep
Mouse
Main Menu
Press to go to the Adjust Touch Panel screen.
Press to go to the Beep screen.
Press to go to the Mouse screen.
Press to return to the Main Menu screen.
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Setting – Adjust Clock
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Item No.
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Description
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Select
Time: Each press of the Select button will
cycle thru the following settings.
1.) No Selection to Hours
2.) Hours to Minutes
3.) Minutes to Seconds
4.) Seconds back to Hours
Date: Each press of the Select button will
cycle thru the following settings.
1.) Month to Day
2.) Day to Year
3.) Year back to Month
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Up
Press to increment the value by “1” with
each press.
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Down
Press to decrement the value by “1” with
each press.
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OK
Press to accept the changes.
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Cancel
Press to return to the Setting Menu screen
without accepting the changes.
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NOTE: The function buttons used to adjust the clock settings on the panel’s setup screen are disabled if an
External clock source is selected in the C-more programming software. The choice of an internal or external clock
source is available by selecting Clock Source in the C-more programming software under the Main Menu drop
down function Setup.
NOTE: The panel’s clock can also be adjusted from the C-more programming software. The Adjust Clock function
can be accessed in the software by selecting Adjust Clock under the Main Menu drop down function Panel or
selecting Adjust Clock under the Panel tab in the software’s Navigation window.
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Function
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Description
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Setting
Use the Up and Down arrows to change the
brightness.
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Color Sample
Displays a sample of how colors will appear
with the new setting.
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Contrast Sample
Displays a sample of contrast with the new
setting
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OK
Press to accept the changes.
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Cancel
Press to return to the Setting Menu screen
without accepting the changes.
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Setting – Adjust Touch Panel
This procedure is used to calibrate the touch screen to ensure accuracy of the touch areas.
There are five points on the touch screen that the calibration is based around. The adjustment
relies on very narrow areas for the calibration points.
NOTE: The panel will display the Adjust Touch Panel window on power up until the calibration procedure is
completed.
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3b
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3d
3c
Item No.
Function
Description
Comment
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Start Calibration
Press to begin the touch screen calibration
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Cancel
Press to return to the Setting Menu screen.
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Points 3a thru 3e
The touch screen calibration crosshairs will If the touched co-ordinate point is
appear individually in the order of point 3a too far off from normal, then the
thru 3e respectively as each proceeding procedure will return to Point 3a.
crosshair is pressed.
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This system setup screen function is used to enable or
disable the touch panel’s internal beep function.
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Item No.
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Function
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Description
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Enable Beep
Check to enable the internal beep.
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OK
Press to accept the changes.
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Cancel
Press to return to the Setting Menu screen
without accepting the changes.
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NOTE: The project settings in the C-more programming software Panel Manager will override the touch panel’s
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Setting – Mouse
This system setup screen function is used to enable/
disable the arrow mouse cursor on the panel screen.
It may be valuable to display the mouse cursor, for
example, when an external USB keyboard is connected
to the panel..
NOTE: The project settings in the C-more programming software Panel Manager will override the touch panel’s
internal setting upon initial download.
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Function
6
Description
Comment
DHCP
“DHCP” is enabled as the default when this
system setup screen is first selected.
All of the other selections on this screen are
dimmed when “DHCP” is selected and are
not available.
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IP Address
The “Use the following IP Address” setting is
selected when its radio button is pressed.
Use the numerical keypad to assign the IP
address.
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IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Select the field that needs to be assigned by Each field can be independently
touching the entry value and use the keypad assigned.
to enter the desired address.
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Keypad
The keypad is used to enter the Address:
Use the numeric keys to enter the address,
e.g: 192.168.10.1
“CL” = Clear value entered
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OK
Press to accept the changes and return to the
Setting Menu screen.
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Cancel
Press to return to the Setting Menu screen
without accepting the changes.
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Note: If an Ethernet cable is not
connected to the touch panel from
an active Ethernet device, then the IP
Address will show as 0.0.0.0.
NOTE: The project settings in the C-more programming software Panel Manager will override the touch panel’s
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Item No.
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The Test Menu gives the user the ability to test the
operation of the touch screen, test the LCD display,
test the various communication ports, and also test the
internal beeper and the audio line out through an user
supplied amplified (stereo) speaker(s).
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Function
Description
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Test Touch Panel
Press to go to the Test Touch Panel screen.
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Test Display
Press to go to the Test Display screen.
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Test User LED
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Test Communication Port
Tests the user configurable LED on the front
of the panel.
Refer to the online help file for details on the
configuration of this LED.
Press to go to the Test Communication Port
screen.
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Test Beep/Sound
Press to go to the Test Beep/Sound screen.
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Main Menu
Press to return to the Main Menu screen.
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Using this test, normal or unusual
operation of the analog touch panel can be
determined.
Testing:
If an area of the touch screen is suspected to
be inoperable, touch that area of the screen
while in the Test Touch Panel screen
mode. The screen pixels should turn black
in that area. If the screen pixels do not turn
black when touched, then the touch screen
is defective or needs to be calibrated. See
Setting - Adjust Touch Screen
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Item No.
5-26
Function
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Touch area
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Cancel
Description
Comments
Touch to turn on pixels on the screen.
Both the title bar (Test Touch Panel)
and Cancel button can be drawn
across to test the touch operation.
Press to return to the Test Menu screen.
NOTE: The Touchscreen is designed to respond to a single touch. If it is touched at multiple points at the same
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Test Menu – Test Display
There are two different test patterns that may be run on the display to allow the user to check
for display screen defects. If the screen is not touched within 3 seconds of Test Pattern 1
being displayed, then Test Pattern 2 will be displayed until the screen is touched, otherwise
Test Pattern 1 will remain until cancelled.
Test Pattern 1 displays a test pattern of 16 grayscale graduations and RGB colors.
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Test Pattern 2 will follow the pattern as shown in the following chart with the color wiping
across the screen in the direction indicated by the arrows, then repeats:
Color
1st Time
2nd Time
3rd Time
4th Time
RED
3
GREEN
BLUE
Item No.
Function
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Touch the Test Display
screen.
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Cancel (Test Pattern 1)
Touch Anywhere
(Test Pattern 2)
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Description
Comments
the Test Display screen is not
Press the screen anywhere except the Cancel If
then in three seconds the
button and the shown Test Pattern 1 remains. touched,
display will move to Test Pattern 2.
Press to return to the Test Menu screen.
Touch the sceen anywhere during Test
Pattern 2 and return to the Test Menu screen.
Test Results: If any pixels on the screen do not appear the same color as the surrounding
pixels, the screen may be defective. A single pixel gone bad is relatively common. Surrounding
pixels going bad over time is another indication the screen may be defective.
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The following test can be used to check the operation
of the serial communication ports, with the use of
a loop back connector and can also check the serial
communications to any connected and configured PLC.
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Description
Comments
Loop Back Test
The loop back test checks the hardware
components of the selected port for proper
operation.
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PLC Enquiry Test
This function allows the ability to select any
PLC that that may be connected to the touch
panel via a serial connection and checks
to see if the communications are working
correctly.
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Cancel
Press to return to the Test Menu screen.
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RS-422/485 Loop-back Connector
7 CTS 15-pin D-sub
(male)
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RS-232 Loop-back Connector
15-pin D-sub
(male)
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Serial Port 1
TXD
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RTS
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RXD
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CTS
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RTS
The loop back test may be performed
on Serial Port 1 or Serial Port 3. Each
tab shows diagrams to assist the user
in building the loop back connector..
The PLC must be configured for
the selected port in the C-more
programming software Panel
Manager and transferred tot he panel
before attempting the PLC Enquiry
test.
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15
RXD+
TXD+
RXD–
TXD–
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Wiring Diagram
Wiring Diagram
RS-232 Loop-back Connector
RJ12
(male)
Serial Port 3
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RXD
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Test Results
1.) Bytes Sent:
The number of bytes sent after a test is started.
2.) Receive Counts:
The number of bytes which are received after the test is started.
3.) Error Counts:
The number of bytes which have not been received after the test is started.
4.) RTS/CTS Test: Pass/Fail
RTS is turned on and if CTS receives the signal then the test shows “Pass”, otherwise the
test shows “Fail”.
NOTE: The test will continue to run until the Cancel button is pressed. If there are any error counts, check the loop
back connector. If it is OK, call Tech Support..
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This function allows the ability to select any PLC that
may be connected to the touch panel through the
selected serial comm. port connection and checks to
see if the communications are working correctly.
NOTE: The communications protocol for the PLC
being selected must be configured the same as the
C-more touch panel. The touch panel’s PLC serial
communications are configured using the C-more
Programming Software’s Panel Manager.
PLC Enquiry Test
Four test packets are sent to the selected PLC. The test result with return either Pass or Fail.
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Test Menu – Test Communication Ports: Ethernet
The following test feature can be used to check the
operation of the Ethernet communication port by
indicating if an Ethernet link has been established
or not, and can also check the status of the Ethernet
communications to any connected PLC.
Base featured models (-R) do not include an Ethernet
port, therefore this check is not displayed.
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NOTE: The communications protocol for the PLC
being selected must be configured the same as the
C-more touch panel. The touch panel’s PLC serial
communications are configured using the C-more
Programming Software’s Panel Manager.
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Item No.
Function
Description
Comments
Ethernet Connected
This area displays information to whether
an Ethernet link has been established for
the touch panel’s Ethernet comm port or
not. Displays panel’s IP address and shows
whether it is static or assigned by a DHCP
server.
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PLC Enquiry Test
This function allows the ability to select
any PLC configured in the project that may
be connected to the touch panel via an
Ethernet connection and checks to see if the
communications are working correctly.
3
Cancel
Press to return to the Test Menu screen.
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The PLC must be configured for
the selected port in the C-more
programming software Panel
Manager and transferred to the panel
before attempting the PLC Enquiry
test.
Example of displayed message when the touch panel’s
Ethernet port is not connected. Note that the address resets
to 0.0.0.0 even if it has previously been entered.
Typical Ethernet connection
with Ethernet switch.
Stride™
Ethernet Switch
10/100 Base-T
(such as SE-SW5U)
H0-ECOM/H0-ECOM100
Ethernet Module
Ethernet CAT5
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This function allows the ability to select any PLC
configured in the project that may be connected to the
touch panel through an Ethernet port connection and
checks to see if the communications are working
correctly.
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NOTE: The communications protocol for the PLC
being selected must be configured the same as the
C-more touch panel. The touch panel’s PLC serial
communications are configured using the C-more
Programming Software’s Panel Manager.
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PLC Enquiry Test
Following are the steps that the Ethernet PLC Enquiry Test performs:
1.) Ping the network 4 times for the PLC selected.
2.) Four of the test read packets are sent to the selected PLC.
The test result will either be Pass or Fail. However, if the result of pinging the network shows
an error, the test is stopped.
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Test Menu – Test Beep/Sound
The internal Beeper can be tested from this system
setup screen whether the Beeper is enabled or disabled.
After the Beep Test button is pressed and released, the
Beeper will sound for 500 msec.
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The Speaker Test function requires that a speaker(s)
with an amplifier (can be stereo) be connected to the
Audio Line Out stereo jack on the rear of the touch
panel.
After the Speaker Test button is pressed then released,
a system provided Test.WAV file will play once.
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WARNING: Hearing damage may occur if the volume on the user supplied external amplified speaker
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Function
The user’s project, Firmware and OS, log and recipes
files can be backed up to or restored from an SD
memory card (SD Card Slot 1 or SD Card Slot 2), or a
USB memory device. From this menu the user can also
clear the project log files. The user also has the ability to
clear the memory within the C-more touch panel.
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Description
Comments
4
Any USB 2.0 pen drive.
SD formats SD and SDHC are
supported. Capacity up to 32 GB.
Backup project, Firmware and OS, log & The backup data files are created and
recipe files to the following memory devices: copied to a folder on the memory device
USB port - Type A: USB pen drive
named “EA_Memory Copy.”
Backup
SD Card Slot1 (All panels): SD card
The
project
file
is
named
SD Card Slot2 (12-inch & 15-inch): SD Card StartupStorage.eas9
“Log” and “Recipe” folders with the
appropriate data files are also created on
the memory device.
A folder on the memory device named
Restore project, Firmware and OS, log & “EA_Memory Copy” must exist
recipe files to the internal memory from one containing a file named “StartupStorage.
eas9”. The project data file is stored in
of the following memory devices:
this file, and if the system data file was
Restore
USB port - Type A: USB pen drive
backed up, it also will be stored in this
SD Card Slot1 (All panels): SD card
file. Any backed up log or recipe data
SD Card Slot2 (12-inch & 15-inch): SD Card files will be located under the appropriate
“Log” or “Recipe” folders.
Clear selected data files from the memory
of the following internal memory or external Can only clear project, log and recipe
memory devices:
data files of the Built-in FLASH memory.
Built-in FLASH Memory
Can clear entire contents or individual
Clear Memory
data files of external memory devices.
USB port - Type A: USB pen drive
SD Card Slot1 (All panels): SD card
SD Card Slot2 (12-inch & 15-inch): SD Card
touch panel’s internal memory is set to Clears all project memory.
Reset to Factory Default The
the original factory defaults.
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Main Menu
1
2
3
Press to return to the Main Menu screen.
NOTE: The Project is RESTORED to the panel from an external memory device. A project can be TRANSFERRED
to and SD card or USB memory from the programming software to be RESTORED to a panel that is not connected
to the programming software. This file has the .eas9 extension NOT the .eap9 extension of a projects SAVED from
the software.
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Project Executed from SD Card Slot 1
If an SD memory card is located in the SD Card Slot 1 at the time a project is transferred to
the panel, the project will be stored on the SD card, not in the internal FLASH memory.
If Slot 1 contains an SD memory card with a project and the touch panel’s power is cycled,
then the project file stored on the SD card is loaded into the touch panel’s internal memory
and executed. Any project in the internal FLASH memory is cleared.
WARNING: During power up with an SD memory card plugged into an SD card slot, do not remove the
memory card from the slot. Damage to the SD memory card and possibly the touch panel may result.
WARNING: After a firmware update, the project files which are located in either the touch panel’s
internal FLASH memory or an SD memory card plugged into an SD card slot are cleared. The
programming software will need to be used to Transfer the project file back into the panel. If you wish
to retain the project on the SD memory card, power down the panel and remove the SD card before
performing a firmware upgrade.
Increasing Project Memory Size using an SD memory card:
If a project is transferred to the panel with an SD memory card in SD slot 1, the Font and
Recipe data files are not included in the 26 MB (82MB for 12” and 15” models) project size.
Therefore using an SD memory card can allow a project to be loaded that is larger than 26MB
IF the excessive size is caused by Fonts and/or Recipe Sheets.
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The Memory - Backup selection allows you to backup
the panel’s Project, Log files, Recipe files or even
the Firmware files to either an SD memory card or
USB pen drive. The available memory devices will be
displayed with their total and free memory.
If the device is not available, it will be grayed out. The
Next button is grayed out until a device is selected.
The Cancel button can be pressed at any time to return
to the Memory Menu screen.
This is an example of selecting a USB memory device to
write the backed up files to.
The selected device is highlighted. Pressing again
deselects it.
Even if there is only one available memory device, it still
needs to be highlighted in order to go to the next step.
Press the Next button to continue to Step 2.
Please read the explanation for the availability of SD1 under different conditions that follow:
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SD Card Slot1 Availability Explanation:
SD1 may be unavailable (grayed out) if there is no card
in SD Slot 1 or the card in SD slot 1 has the project
currently running on the panel stored on it.
The project will exist on SD1 if the SD card was
installed in SD1 when the project was TRANSFERRED
to the panel by the C-more programming software.
If the panel is powered up or rebooted with an SD card
inserted into SD1 Slot, then the SD1 button’s Total
and Free memory will be displayed.
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Below is an example of the folder and file structure that is stored on the SD card in the SD
Slot 1 for a project that was directly transferred from the C-more Programming Software’s
Project Transfer to External Memory Device function when viewed in Windows® Explorer
on a PC.
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Folders
Removable Disk (F:)
Font
arial_1_30.ttf
TrueType font file
151 KB
Log
Font Files used in
Project
Log files.
Mmd
Prj
DEV001.inf
Setup Information
2 KB
EARun.atr
ATR File
1 KB
Project Files
Max: 26 MB for 6” - 10”
82 MB for 12” & 15”
EARun.net
NET File
1 KB
EARun.prj
PRJ File
1 KB
EARun.tag
TAG File
4 KB
INTERNAL.inf
Setup Information
2 KB
Scr1.scr
AutoCAD LT Script
1 KB
TransFile.ini
Configuration Settings
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NOTE: The following definitions are for the various file types that can be backed up:
Project data – consists of the actual developed project data that is created in the C-more programming software
and includes all functionality, objects, screens, tag names, labels, comments, graphics, etc. Included in backup file
name StartupStorage.eas9.
Recipe data – consists of all the data values and labels that have been created for the various recipe sheets.
Includes all recipe sheets loaded to the panel. Only recipe sheets used in the project are loaded to the panel.
Firmware – consists of the operating system, firmware and run time files. Included in backup file name
StartupStorage.eas9.
Log data – consists of the Alarm Log, Message Log and Trend Data Logging files.
Select the data file(s) to be backed up by pressing the appropriate data file button. The
selection will be highlighted.
Pressing the highlighted data file button again will
turn it off.
The Next >> button will stay grayed out until at least
one data file is selected.
Any file type not available will be grayed out.
The Next >> button is now enabled.
Pressing Cancel will return to the previous menu.
Press the Next button to continue.
NOTE: In the case of the Project and Firmware files, these can be Restored later to another panel.
Recipe files can be edited externally from the panel and then Restored to the panel.
The Log files are for viewing purposes only.
See Memory - Restore later in this chapter for instructions on Restoring the Project, Firmware and or Recipe files
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The following graphic shows how the various data files are organized on the memory device
when doing a Backup and also the file naming convention that is used when viewed in
Windows® Explorer on a PC.
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Removable Disk (F:)
EA_MemoryCopy
StartupStorage.eas
EAS File
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Text Document
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Project & Firmware
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The next system setup screen allows the verification of
the data file selections. When the OK button is pressed,
the backup begins.
The user can return to the previous screen by pressing
the << Prev button.
This message is displayed during the Backup copying
process. Press the Cancel button to abort the backup.
The following text is shown in the copying progress
message box:
Copy to USB Memory:
“Please do not Power Off and Remove USB”
Copy to SD1 or SD2:
“Please do not Power Off and Remove SD”
WARNING: During the copying process. Do
not power off the touch panel or remove the
memory device.
This message is displayed to indicate the Backup is
complete. Press the OK button to return to the previous
menu selection.
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If the destination does not have enough space to store
the selected memory size, then the message shown here
will be displayed. Press the OK button to clear the
warning message.
The warning message will read “Not enough Memory
Space in %Device%”.
%Device% will show either “SD1”, “SD2”, or “USB”.
This warning message will be displayed if the backup
Memory device fails or is removed during the backup.
Press the OK button to clear the warning message.
The warning message will read “Backup Failed.
“%Device% cannot be found”.
%Device% will show either “SD1”, “SD2”, or “USB”.
Refer to Chapter 8: Troubleshooting for additional
help.
For any other reason the backup fails, then this warning
message will be displayed. Press the OK button to clear
the warning message.
The warning message will read “Backup Failed”.
Refer to Chapter 8: Troubleshooting for additional
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Memory – Restore
The Memory - Restore function is used to:
1.) Restore a project previously backed up on an SD
card or USB pen drive memory device to the same
panel. See Memory - Backup previously in this
chapter.
2.) Copy a project from one panel to another panel
using a memory device to physically transport the data
files.
3.) Restore a project into the panel that was transfered
to an “External Memory Device” using the C-more
Programming Software.
4.) Restore Recipe Sheet(s) previously backed up to a
memory device or copied to the memory device using
a PC.
The available memory devices will be displayed
showing the total and free available memory for that
device. If the device is not available, it will be grayed
out. The Next button is grayed out until a device is
selected.
The Cancel button can be pressed at any time to
return to the Memory Menu screen.
This is an example of a USB memory device selected
to be the source for restoring the data file(s).
The selected device is highlighted. Pressing again
deselects it.
Even if there is only one available memory device, it
needs to be highlighted in order to go to the next step.
Press the Next button to continue to continue to Step
2.
NOTE: If you have a memory device inserted into the proper port on the touch panel, but it doesn’t show up as
highlighted in Step 1 of the Backup setup screen, then try a different device to determine if the memory device is
defective or if there is a possible problem with the memory device connection. It may not be compatible with the
panel. Some USB pen drives are not USB 2.0 compatible and will not work with C-more touch panels. Some USB
pen drives may take several minutes before they are recognized by the panel.
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Please read the explanation for the availability of SD1 under different conditions as shown on
this page and the next.
SD1 Availability Explanation:
SD1 may be unavailable (grayed out) if there is no
card in SD Slot 1 or the card in SD slot 1 has the
project currently running on the panel stored on it.
The project will exist on SD1 if the SD card
was installed in SD1 when the project was
TRANSFERRED to the panel by the C-more
programming software.
If the panel is powered up or rebooted with an SD
card inserted into SD1 Slot, then the SD1 button’s
Total and Free memory will be displayed.
NOTE: The following definitions are for the various file types that can be restored:
Project data – consists of the actual developed project data that is created in the C-more programming software
and includes all functionality, objects, screens, tag names, labels, comments, graphics, etc. Included in backup file
name StartupStorage.eas9.
Recipe data – consists of all the data values and labels that have been created for the various recipe sheets.
Includes all recipe sheets loaded to the panel. Only recipe sheets used in the project are loaded to the panel.
Firmware – consists of the operating system, firmware and run time files. Included in backup file name
StartupStorage.eas9.
Log data – consists of the Alarm Log, Message Log and Trend Data Logging files.
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Select the data file(s) to be restored by pressing the
appropriate data file button. The selection will be
highlighted. The data file can be either the Project,
Firmware and/or Recipe files. The selected data is
restored to the internal built-in memory if there is no
SD card inserted into the SD1 slot.
Pressing the highlighted data file again will turn it off.
The Next >> button will stay grayed out until at least
one data file is selected.
Any file type not available will be grayed out.
Restore
Step–2 : Select Data Area to Restore
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Total : 172 KB
Recipe
Total : 1 KB
Log
Total : 268 KB
System
Total : 16 MB
<< Prev.
Next >>
Cancel
Restore
This is an example of a file selected to restore.
Step–2 : Select Data Area to Restore
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Total : 172 KB
The selected file is highlighted.
Recipe
Total : 1 KB
The Next >> button is now enabled.
Log
Total : 268 KB
System
Total : 16 MB
<< Prev.
Next >>
Pressing Cancel will return to the previous menu.
Cancel
Press the Next button to continue.
NOTE: The following definitions are for the various file types that can be restored:
Project data – consists of the actual developed project data that is created in the C-more programming software
and includes all functionality, objects, screens, tag names, labels, comments, graphics, etc. Included in backup file
name StartupStorage.eas9.
Recipe data – consists of all the data values and labels that have been created for the various recipe sheets.
Includes all recipe sheets loaded to the panel. Only recipe sheets used in the project are loaded to the panel.
Firmware – consists of the operating system, firmware and run time files. Included in backup file name
StartupStorage.eas9.
Log data – consists of the Alarm Log, Message Log and Trend Data Logging files.
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The data selected to restore is checked. If the data is
good, then the OK button can be pressed to start the
restore.
If there is a problem with the data, the OK button
will remain grayed out and the user can return to the
previous screen by pressing the
<< Prev button.
The problem could be caused by a corrupted data file.
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This message is displayed during the Restore process.
Press the Cancel button to abort the backup.
The following text is shown in the copying progress
message box:
Copy to USB Memory:
“Please do not Power Off and Remove USB”
Copy to SD1 or SD2:
“Please do not Power Off and Remove SD card”
WARNING: During the copying process. Do
not power off the touch panel or remove the
memory device.
This message is displayed to indicate the Restore
is complete. Press the OK button to return to the
previous menu selection.
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Warning Messages:
If the system memory does not have enough space to
restore the selected memory size, then the message
shown here will be displayed. Press the OK button to
clear the warning message.
The warning message will read “Not enough Memory
Space in System Memory”.
The Project size must be less than 10 MByte for
6”-10” panels and less than 40 MByte for 12” & 15”
panels.
This warning message will be displayed if the restore
Memory device fails or is removed during the backup.
Press the OK button to clear the warning message.
The warning message will read “Restore Failed.
“%Device% cannot be found”.
%Device% will show show “SD1”, “SD2”, or “USB”.
Try using a different device with known good data in
the same connector or using the device that is causing
the error in a different connector.
For any other reason the restore fails, then this
warning message will be displayed. Press the OK
button to clear the warning message.
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Memory – Clear Memory
This function is used to clear individually selected
data files, or all data files, within the panel’s Built-in
Memory, or any installed memory device such as a
USB pen drive or an SD card.
Select the memory device to clear. If the device is not
available, it will be grayed out.
The Next button is grayed out until a device is
selected.
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The selected device is highlighted. Pressing again
deselects it.
When there are more than two available backup
devices, the one selected will be highlighted. If
another is selected, then the highlight will change to
the last one pressed. Only one device can be selected
at a time.
Press the Next button to continue.
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Memory – Clear Memory (cont’d)
Clear Memory
Step–2 : Select Data Area to Erase
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Project
Total : 0 KB
Recipe
Total : 0 KB
Log
Clear All
Total : 70 MB
Total : 0 KB
<< Prev.
Next >>
Cancel
Select the data file(s) to be cleared.
This is an example of an SD card or USB memory
that was selected in Clear Memory - Step-1.
The selected file will be highlighted. Pressing again
deselects it.
The Next >> button will stay grayed out until file(s)
are selected.
Selecting Clear All will erase all files located on the
memory device.
This is an example of USB Memory that was selected
in Clear Memory - Step-1.
Notice the ability to select either the Project file, Log
files, Recipe files, or the System files.
NOTE: Firmware files cannot be cleared from internal memory.
This is an example of the Project data file being
selected for clearing.
Clear Memory
Step–2 : Select Data Area to Erase
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Project
Total : 5 KB
Log
The selected memory area is highlighted. Pressing
again deselects it.
The Next >> button is now enabled.
Recipe
Total : 0 KB
System
Total : 7 MB
Total : 0 KB
<< Prev.
Next >>
Pressing Cancel will deselect the file(s).
Cancel
Press the Next button to continue.
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The data file(s)selected to clear are checked. If the
data file is good, then the OK button can be pressed
to start the clear procedure.
If there is a problem with the data file, the OK button
will remain grayed out and the user can return to the
previous screen by pressing the
<< Prev button.
Press the OK button to continue.
This message is displayed during the clearing process.
Press the Cancel button to abort the clearing.
The following text is shown in the clearing progress
message box:
Clearing Built-in Memory:
“Please do not Power Off”
Clearing USB Memory:
“Please do not Power Off or Remove USB”
Clearing SD1 or SD2
“Please do not Power Off or Remove SD”
WARNING: During the clearing process, do not power off the touch panel or remove the memory
device.
The following message is displayed when the clearing
process is complete:
“%Device% cleared”
%Device% will show either “SD1”, “SD2”, or “USB”.
Press the OK button to return to the Memory Menu
screen.
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Memory – Clear Memory (cont’d)
The following is an example of Clear All selected for
clearing.
Clear Memory
Step–2 : Select Data Area to Erase
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The selected device is highlighted.
Project
Total : 0 KB
Recipe
Total : 0 KB
The Next >> button is now enabled.
Log
Clear All
Total : 70 MB
Total : 0 KB
<< Prev.
Next >>
Pressing Cancel will deselect the Clear All.
Cancel
NOTE: If Clear All is selected, all files will be erased from the memory device, even those not related to the C-more
touch panel.
The data file(s)selected to clear are verified. If the data
file is good, then the OK button can be pressed to
start the clear procedure.
If there is a problem with the data file, the OK button
will remain grayed out and the user can return to the
previous screen by pressing the
<< Prev button.
Press the OK button to continue.
The warning message shown here will be displayed to
give the user the opportunity to decide if they want to
proceed or not.
Press the OK button to continue.
The Clear All process will start with a warning
message as seen in the first example and continue until
a message saying the device is cleared or a warning
message as shown on the next page will appear.
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Memory – Clear Memory (cont’d)
The warning message shown here will be displayed if
the clearing process fails.
“Clear Failed”.
Press the OK button to return to the Clear Memory
screen and try again.
If the selected memory still fails to clear, then refer to
Chapter 8: Troubleshooting for additional help.
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Memory – Reset to Factory Default
After pressing the Reset to Factory Default button
from the Memory Menu, the message box shown
will be displayed.
Resetting to the Factory Defaults produces the
following actions:
1.) The touch screen calibration is reset to the
Factory Defaults.
2.) The project file is cleared.
3.) The log, recipe & WAV files are cleared.
4.) The IP address is set to DHCP.
WARNING: As a precaution, it is recommended to create a backup file to an SD card or USB storage
device using the Memory Backup function before resetting to factory defaults.
Memory
Backup
Restore
The message shown here is displayed once the Factory
Default values have been stored into the system
memory.
System Screen
Reset to Factory Default was completed.
Clear Memory
Press OK to continue.
Reset to
Factory Default
OK
Main Menu
After pressing OK, the touch panel will reboot and
startup on the Touch Screen Calibration procedure
as shown here.
The following note is also shown on the calibration
screens to remind the user that the Project File
has been cleared, there’s no communications with
the PLC, and the calibration procedure most be
performed in order to ready the panel to download a
project:
Note: The panel will not communicate or run its
project in this mode.
Also, the C-more Programming Software will not
connect to the panel in this situation.
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