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Control Panel
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The Control Panel is an intelligent terminal used for programming and visualization of
automated processes. Process diagnosis, operating and monitoring automated function
are simplified using the mounted terminal.
A touch-screen serves as the input medium for process data and parameters; the output
is shown on a 19” VGA TFT color display.
With the LSE mask editor, graphics can be created on the PC, then stored and displayed
on the terminal.
The available interface connections can be used to exchange process data or configure
the terminal. An internal Compact Flash serves as the storage medium for the operating
system, application and application data.
The integrated, high-performance VARAN bus enables the direct control of I/O modules.
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Contents
Technical Data ............................................................................................ 3
Performance data .................................................................................... 3
Electrical requirements ............................................................................ 4
Terminal ................................................................................................... 4
Control unit .............................................................................................. 4
Display ..................................................................................................... 5
Miscellaneous .......................................................................................... 5
Environmental conditions......................................................................... 5
Mechanical Dimensions ............................................................................. 6
Chemical Resistance .................................................................................. 7
Decorative foil .......................................................................................... 7
Touch foil ................................................................................................. 8
Connector Layout ....................................................................................... 9
Front connector ....................................................................................... 9
Status Display .......................................................................................... 9
Rear connectors .................................................................................... 10
Storage Media ........................................................................................... 13
Buffer Battery ............................................................................................ 13
Wiring Guidelines ..................................................................................... 14
Earth Connection ................................................................................... 14
Shielding ................................................................................................ 15
ESD protections ..................................................................................... 15
DIAS bus Termination ........................................................................... 15
DIAS bus with C-DIAS modules ............................................................ 16
DIAS bus with DIAS modules ................................................................ 16
CAN bus Termination ............................................................................ 17
8. USB Interface .................................................................................... 17
Process Diagram....................................................................................... 18
Status and Error Messages ..................................................................... 19
VARAN Recommended Shielding ........................................................... 27
1. Wiring from the Control Cabinet to an External VARAN Component
.................................................................................................................... 28
2. Wiring Outside of the Control Cabinet ............................................... 29
3. Shielding for Wiring Within the Control Cabinet ............................... 30
4. Connecting Noise-Generating Components ...................................... 31
5. Shielding Between Two Control Cabinets ......................................... 32
Cleaning the Touch Screen ..................................................................... 33
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Technical Data
Performance data
Processor
AMD Geode LX 800
Cache
128 Kbytes 1st Level
128 Kbytes 2nd Level
BIOS
SDRAM (SO-DIMM 200-Pin)
INSYDE BIOS
256 Mbytes SDRAM (optional up to 512 Mbytes)
(There from 16 Mbytes are „Shared Memory“ for the graphic
controller)
Compact Flash (Type I)
SRAM
Interface connections
1 Gbyte
512 Kbytes (battery buffered)
1 x CAN-Bus
1 x DIAS-Bus
2 x VARAN-Bus (maximum length: 100 m)
1 x Ethernet 10/100 Mbit
2 x USB V1.1 Type A (Front + back side)
1 x chip card reader (optional)
Internal interface connections and devices
1 x TFT color display and inverter
1 x Touch
1 x Compact Flash socket
Control panel
Display
Touch-Screen (analog resistive)
19“ TFT color display
SXGA, 1280 x 1024 pixels
LEDs
Status displays
Data buffer
Lithium battery
Signal generator
Yes
Real time clock
Yes
Cooling
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Active (fan)
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Electrical requirements
Supply voltage
Current consumption of the
power supply
Starting current
Maximum +18 V DC
Maximum +30 V DC
Typically 1.8 A (at +24 V)(without external devices connected)
Maximum 20 A for <5 ms
The device shall be supplied from an isolating transformer having a secondary listed fuse
rated either:
a)
b)
max. 5 amps for voltages 0~20 V (0~28.3 Vp), or
100/Vp for voltages of 20~30 V (28.3~42.4 Vp).
Le module doit être alimenté par un transformateur d'isolement avec un fusible sur la
sortie de l’enroulement secondaire dont les spécifications sont:
a) max. 5 A pour des tensions 0 ~ 20 V (0 ~ 28,3 Vp), ou
b) 100/Vp pour des tensions de 20 ~ 30 V (28,3 ~ 42,4 Vp).
Terminal
Dimensions
Weight incl. mounting bracket
462 mm / 360 mm / 57 mm (H / W / D)
Typically 7 kg
Control unit
Touch foil
Active surface
Resolution
Touch precision
Analog resistive glass touch panel
376,3 mm x 301,1 mm
12-Bit (4096 x 4096)
< 1.5 % of maximum value (5,6 mm)
Data wheel
No
Buttons
No
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Display
19” TFT color display
Type
Resolution
SXGA, 1280 x 1024 pixels
Color depth
18-Bit (262 x 144 colors)
Pixel size
0,294 mm x 0,294 mm
Active surface
376,3 mm x 301,1 mm
Background lighting
4 cold cathode tubes (CCFT, switchable)
Contrast
Typically 1300: 1
Brightness
Visible field CR>10 von
Typically 300 cd/m²
Left and right 89°, above and below 89°
Miscellaneous
Hardware version
1.x
Article number
12-230-1961
Software Macro
LSE
LASAL operating system
Project back-up
Internally on Compact Flash
Standardization
UL (E247993)
Environmental conditions
-20 – +60 °C
Storage temperature
0 – +45 °C
Operating temperature
10 – 90 %, uncondensed
Humidity
EMV tolerance
Vibration tolerance
Shock resistance
Protection
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EN 61000-6-2 (industrial area): noise resistance
EN 61000-6-4: noise emission
EN 60068-2-6
2-9 Hz: Amplitude 3,5 mm
9-200 Hz: 1 g (10 m/s²),
EN 60068-2-27
15 g (150 m/s²),
duration 11 ms, 18 Shocks
EN 60529:
Protected through the housing
Front: IP54
cover: IP20
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Mechanical Dimensions
in mm
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Chemical Resistance
Decorative foil
Solution
Effect over time
1 hour
24 hours
Methyl, ethyl, ketone
None
None
Cyklohexanol
None
None
Acetone
None
None
Ethanol
None
None
Yes
Yes
1.1.1.Trichlorethan (Genklene)
None
None
Perchloroethylene (Perklone)
None
None
Trichloroethylene
None
None
Yes
Yes
Diethyl ether
None
None
Toluene
None
None
Xylene
None
None
Benzine
None
None
Diesel oil
None
None
Nitric acid <10 %
None
None
Sodium hydroxide <10 %
None
None
Turpentine
None
None
Ethyl acetate
None
None
Benzyl alcohol
Methylene chloride
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Touch foil
Solution
Visual Effect
Coal tar oil / toluene
None
Trichloroethylene
None
Acetone
None
Alcohol
None
Benzene
None
Machine oil
None
Ammonia
None
Glass cleaner
None
Mayonnaise
None
Ketchup
None
Wine
None
Salad oil
None
Vinegar
None
Lip stick
None
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Connector Layout
Front connector
USB Type A V1.1
Pin
1
2
3
4
Function
+5V
D0D0+
GND
Status Display
Two status LEDs are located on the front (one red and one green LED).
LED status
Definition
Red and green light simultaneously
The ETV 1961 is booting
Red LED blinks only
The operating system is loading
The green LED blinks only
The application is running
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Rear connectors
X1: power plug (FK-MCP 1,5/4-ST-3,5)
Pin 1
Pin
1
2
3
4
Function
+24 V supply
+24 V supply
GND
GND
Pin
1
2
3
4
Function
+5 V
D0D0+
GND
X2: USB Type A V1.1
X3: CAN (Weidmüller B2L 3,5/8)
1 2
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
CAN A (CAN LOW)
CAN B (HIGH)
CAN A (CAN LOW)
CAN B (HIGH)
GND
+5 V
GND
+24 V
7 8
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X4: DIAS-Bus (Weidmüller B2L 3,5/6)
12
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
MBUS+
MBUSSBUS+
SBUSGND
n.c.
56
n.c. = do not use
X5: ETHERNET (RJ45)
Pin
1
2
3
4-5
6
7-8
Function
Tx+
TxRx+
n.c.
Rxn.c.
1
Problems can arise if a control is connected to an IP network, which contains modules that are not running with a SIGMATEK operating system. With such devices,
Ethernet packets could be sent to the control with such a high frequency (i.e. broadcasts), that the high interrupt load could cause a real-time runtime error or runtime
error. By configuring the packet filter (Firewall or Router) accordingly however, it is
possible to connect a network with SIGMATEK hardware to a third party network
without triggering the error mentioned above.
Des problèmes peuvent survenir si un automate est connecté à un réseau IP contenant des modules qui ne fonctionnent pas sous un système d'exploitation SIGMATEK. Avec de tels dispositifs, les paquets Ethernet peuvent être envoyés à
l’automate avec une fréquence tellement élevée (càd. diffusion), que les interruptions ainsi générées peuvent provoquer une erreur d'exécution. En configurant
d’une façon appropriée le filtre de paquets (pare-feu ou un routeur) il est toutefois
possible de connecter un réseau avec le matériel SIGMATEK à un réseau tiers sans
déclencher l'erreur mentionnée ci-dessus.
For use in local networks only, not telecommunication circuits.
Pour une utilisation dans les réseaux locaux uniquement, et non pas dans de circuits de télécommunications.
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X6, X7: VARAN-Bus (RJ45)
1
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Function
TX/RX+
TX/RXRX/TX+
n.c.
n.c.
RX/TXn.c.
n.c.
LEDs
Yellow
Green
Function
ACTIVE
LINK
n.c. = do not use
LED
Color
Description
ACTIVE
Yellow
Lights when data is received over the VARAN bus.
LINK
Green
Lights when the connection between the two PHs is established.
More information on the VARAN bus can be found in the VARAN bus specifications!
Chip-card reader
A chip-card reader can be added as shown below. The order number for the chip-card
reader is: 12-235-011.
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Storage Media
It is recommended that only storage media provided by SIGMATEK
(CompactFlash cards, microSD cards etc.) be used.
The number of read and write actions have a significant influence on the
lifespan of the storage media.
Il est recommandé d’utiliser uniquement les supports de stockage fournis par
SIGMATEK (Cartes CompactFlash, cartes microSD, etc).
Le nombre de lectures et d'écritures ont un effet significatif sur la durée de vie du
support de stockage.
Buffer Battery
The exchangeable buffer battery ensures that programs and data in the expanded
memory (SRAM) as well the clock time (RTC) are preserved in the absence of a supply
voltage. A lithium battery is installed at the manufacturer.
The battery has enough capacity to preserve data in the absence of a supply voltage for
up to 2 years.
We recommend however, that the battery be replaced annually to ensure optimal performance.
Battery order number: 01-690-052
Lithium battery
MANUFACTURER
DATA
RENATA
3,0 V / 235 mAh
Use batteries from RENATA with the number CR2032 only!
WARNING! Battery may explode if mistreated! Do not recharge, disassemble or
dispose of in fire!
Remplacer la pile avec RENATA, modèle n° CR2032 uniquement! Utilisation d'une
autre pile peut présenter un risque d'incendie ou d'explosion!
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Wiring Guidelines
Earth Connection
The terminal must be connected to earth through the mounting on control cabinet or over
the terminal provided. It is important to establish a low-Ohm earth connection, as it is the
only way to ensure error-free function. The earth connection must be made with the maximum cross section and largest electrical surface possible.
All noise signals that reach the terminal over external wiring must be filtered over the earth
connection. With a large electrical surface, high frequency noise can also be dissipated
(skin effect).
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Shielding
For the CAN and DIAS bus wiring, twisted pair shielded wires should be used. The cable
shielding must be connected to earth either directly before the terminal over a large surface and with low Ohms using grounding clamps or with a blade terminal. With Ethernet
and VARAN bus, CAT5 cable with shielded RJ45 connectors is required. The shielding in
the CAT5 cable is connected to earth through the RJ45 connector.
Noise signals can therefore be prohibited from reaching the electronics and affecting the
function.
ESD protections
Typically, USB devices, such as the keyboard and mouse, are not wired with shielded
cables. ESD disruptions destroy theses devices, possibly rendering them irreparable.
Before any device is connected to or disconnected from the terminal, the potential should
be equalized (by touching control cabinet or earth terminal).
This will allow the dissipation of electrostatic loads (caused by clothing/shoes).
DIAS bus Termination
In a DIAS bus system, both end modules must be terminated. This is required to avoid
data transfer errors that are caused by reflections in the data lines.
The DIAS bus termination is integrated in the terminal and must no longer be built into the
DIAS bus connector.
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DIAS bus with C-DIAS modules
To ensure a good bus connection, several wiring guidelines must be followed:

It is important to ensure the cables used are designed for the data transfer speed.
Data cables (10, 2 x 2 wire TWISTED PAIR, shielded)
i.e.: LAPPKABEL / UNITRONIC-BUSLEITUNG FD P LD

Due to the internal resistance of the module, the cable impedance should be 100
Ohms.

For twisted-pair cables, caution must be taken to ensure that the correct pair are
connected with one another:
2x2 pair cables:
Pair 1
MBUS+, MBUSPair 2
SBUS+, SBUS-

The shielding must be connected to GND over the widest surface and shortest route
possible at both ends

To connect the individual wires to the connector, the insulation must be removed and
the exposed shielding shifted to the side. Only as much insulation as required should
be removed.

It is important to ensure that the send and receive modules are connected to the
same GND potential.
The maximum length allowed for twisted-pair cables 20 M (when using the UNITRONIC
BUS cable FD P LD / Company LAPPKABEL)
La longueur maximale totale d'un câble à paire torsadée est de 20 m (lors de l'utilisation
UNITRONIC BUS FD P LD / Fa. LAPPKABEL).
DIAS bus with DIAS modules
The terminal can also be connected to a DIAS module. However, the DIAS modules require a power supply (a DPS 001, for example) as well as an adapter module for connect
the twisted-pair cable to the ribbon cable connector (i.e.: DKO 012 /013).
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CAN bus Termination
In a CAN bus system, both ends must be terminated. This is required to avoid transfer
errors caused through reflections in the line.
Device 1
Device 2
e.g. CPU
DCP 160
e.g. Terminal
ET 081
Device 3
CAN bus
termination on the
clamp module
Device n
e.g. Terminal
ET 805
DSUB plug with
termination
circuit
CAN bus connection
If the terminal is one of the end modules, the termination can be made using a 150-Ohm
resistor between CAN A (LOW) and CAN B (HIGH).
8. USB Interface
The terminal has 2 USB interfaces. These interfaces can be used for various USB devices
(keyboard, mouse, storage media, hubs…) in LASAL. Several USB devices can be connected via hub, all completely functional in LASAL. However, for the BIOS setup, the following condition must be noted:
The BIOS setup is only operator-accessible, when the USB keyboard is directly connected
to the USB connector. When using a USB hub, malfunctions can appear in the BIOS setup!
La configuration du BIOS est accessible uniquement si le clavier est connecté directement
à la prise USB. L'utilisation d'un concentrateur USB peut provoquer des erreurs dans la
configuration du BIOS!
It should be noted that many of the USB devices on the market do not comply with USB
specifications; this can lead to device malfunctions. It is also possible that these devices
will not be detected at the USB port or function correctly. Therefore, it is recommended that
every USB stick be tested before actual use.
Il faut souligner que la plupart des périphériques USB sur le marché ne sont pas conformes aux spécifications USB, ce qui peut entraîner des dysfonctionnements de l'appareil.
Il est également possible que ces dispositifs ne seront pas détectés par le port USB ou
qu’ils ne fonctionnent pas correctement. Par conséquent, il est recommandé que chaque
clé USB soit testée avant l'utilisation sur l’automate.
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Process Diagram
Main voltage
on
Online with
Lasal Software?
no
yes
Output of a
reset of the
peripheral modules
Output of a
reset of the
peripheral modules
Deletion of
specific
data areas
Deletion of
specific
data areas
Status
RESET
Program in
external memory
module functional?
no
yes
Copy program into
application program
memory
Program in
internal memory
module functional?
Status
RUN ROM
Copy program into
application program
memory
Call of
application
program
Status
RUN ROM
no
yes
Status
CHKSUM
or
POINTER
Call of
application
program
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Status and Error Messages
Status and error messages are shown in the status test of the Lasal Class software. If the
CPU has a status display, the status or error number is also show here as well. POINTER
or CHKSUM messages are also shown on the terminal screen.
Number
Message
Definition
Cause/solution
00
RUN RAM
The user program is currently running in RAM.
01
RUN ROM
The display is not affected.
The user program stored in the program
memory module has been loaded into the
RAM is currently running.
The display is not affected.
02
RUNTIME
The total time for all cyclic objects exceed the
maximum time; the time can be configured
using two system variables:
-Runtime: time remaining
-SWRuntime: pre-selected
runtime counter
03
POINTER
value
for
the
Incorrect program pointers were detected Possible Causes:
before running the user program
- The program memory module is missing, not programmed or defect.
- The program in the user program
memory (RAM) is not executable.
- The buffering battery has failed.
- The user program has overwritten a
software error.
Solution:
- Reprogram the memory module, if the
error reoccurs exchange the module.
- Exchange the buffering battery
- Correct programming error
04
CHKSUM
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An invalid checksum was detected before
running the user program.
Cause/solution: s. POINTER
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WATCHDOG
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The program was interrupted through
the watchdog logic.
Possible Causes:
- Interrupts blocked by the user program for an extensive period of time
(STI instruction forgotten).
- Programming error in a hardware
interrupt.
- INB, OUTB, INW, OUTW instructions used incorrectly.
- The processor is defect.
Solution:
- Correct programming error.
- Exchange CPU.
06
GENERAL
ERROR
General error
07
PROM DEFECT
An error has occurred while programming the memory module.
Cause:
- The program memory module is
defect.
- The user program is too large.
- The program memory module is
missing.
Solution:
- Exchange the program memory
module
08
RESET
The CPU has received the reset signal
and is waiting for further instructions.
The user program is not processed.
09
WD DEFEKT
The hardware monitoring circuit (watchdog logic) is defect.
Solution: Exchange CPU.
After power-up, the CPU checks the
watchdog logic function. If an error
occurs during this test, the CPU deliberately enters an infinite loop from
which no further instructions are accepted.
10
STOP
11
PROG BUSYS
12
PROGRAM
LENGTH
13
PROG END
The memory module was successfully
completed.
14
PROG MEMO
The CPU is currently programming the
memory module.
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STOP BRKPT
The CPU was stopped by a breakpoint
in the program.
16
CPU STOP
The CPU stopped by the PG software
(F6 HALT in status test).
17
INT ERROR
The CPU has triggered a false interrupt
and stopped the user program or has
encountered an unknown instruction
while running the program.
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Cause:
- A nonexistent operating system was
used.
- Stack error (uneven number of PUSH
and POP instructions).
- The user program was interrupted by
a software error.
Solution:
- Correct programming error.
18
SINGLE
STEP
The CPU is in single step mode and is
waiting for further instructions.
19
READY
A module or project was sent to CPU and
is ready to run the program
20
LOAD
The program is stopped and the CPU is
currently receiving a new module or
project.
21
UNZUL.
MODUL
The CPU has received a module that
does not belong to the project.
22
MEMORY
FULL
The operating system memory /Heap) is
too small. No memory could be reserved
while calling an internal or interface
function is called from the application.
23
NOT LINKED
When starting the CPU, a missing
module or a module that does not belong
the project was detected.
24
DIV BY 0
A division error has occurred.
Possible Causes:
- Division by 0.
- The result of a division does not fit in
the result register.
Solution:
Correct programming error.
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DIAS ERROR
While accessing a DIAS module,
an error has occurred.
Possible Causes:
- An attempt is made to access
a nonexistent DIAS module.
- DIAS bus error.
Solution:
- Check the DIAS bus
- Check the termination resistors.
26
WAIT
The CPU is busy.
27
OP PROG
The operating system is currently
being reprogrammed.
28
OP INSTALLED
The operating system has been
reinstalled.
29
OS TOO LONG
The operating system cannot be
loaded; too little memory.
30
NO OPERATING SYSTEM
Boot loader message.
No operating system found in
RAM.
31
SEARCH FOR OS
32
NO DEVICE
33
UNUSED CODE
34
MEM ERROR
35
MAX IO
36
MODULE LOAD ERROR
The LASAL Module or project
cannot be loaded.
37
GENERELLER BS-FEHLER
A general error has occurred while
loading the operating system.
38
APPLMEM ERROR
An error has occurred in the
application memory (user heap).
39
OFFLINE
40
APPL LOAD
41
APPL SAVE
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The boot loader is searching for
the operating system in RAM.
The operating system loaded does
not match the hardware configuration.
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45
VARAN ERROR
A required VARAN client was
disconnected or communication
error has occurred.
46
APPL-LOAD-ERROR
An error has occurred
loading the application.
47
APPL-SAVE-ERROR
An error has occurred while
attempting to save the application.
50
ACCESS-EXCEPTIONERROR
A read or write access of a restricted memory area. (I.e. writing
to the NULL pointer).
51
BOUND EXCEEDED
An exception error caused by
exceeding the memory limits
52
PRIVILEDGED INSTRUCTION
An unauthorized instruction for the
current CPU level was given. For
example, setting the segment
register.
53
FLOATING POINT ERROR
An error has occurred during a
floating-point operation.
60
DIAS-RISC-ERROR
Error from the Intelligent DIASMaster.
64
INTERNAL ERROR
An internal error has occurred, all
applications are stopped.
65
FILE ERROR
An error has occurred during a file
operation.
66
DEBUG ASSERTION
FAILED
Internal error.
Restart; report error to Sigmatek.
67
REALTIME RUNTIME
The total time for all real time
objects exceeds the maximum
time allowed. The time cannot be
configured.
Starting from Version 1.1.7
while
Restart; report error to Sigmatek.
2 ms for 386 CPUs
1 ms for all other CPUs
68
BACKGROUND RUNTIME
The total time for all background
objects exceed the maximum time;
the time can be configured using
two system variables:
-BTRuntime: time remaining
-SWBTRuntime: pre-selected
value for the runtime counter
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C-DIAS ERROR
An error occurred in connection with
a C-DIAS module.
Cause:
- The reason for this error is
documented in the log file
Solution:
- Depends on the cause
72
S-DIAS ERROR
A connection error with a S-DIAS
module has occurred.
Possible causes:
- real network does not match the
project
- S-DIAS client is defective
Solution:
- analyze logfile
95
USER DEFINED 0
User-definable code.
96
USER DEFINED 1
User-definable code.
97
USER DEFINED 2
User-definable code.
98
USER DEFINED 3
User-definable code.
99
USER DEFINED 4
User-definable code.
100
C_INIT
Initialization start; the configuration
is run.
101
C_RUNRAM
The LASAL project was successfully
started from RAM.
102
C_RUNROM
The LASAL project was successfully
started from ROM.
103
C_RUNTIME
104
C_READY
The CPU is ready for operation.
105
C_OK
The CPU is ready for operation.
106
C_UNKNOWN_CID
An unknown object from a standalone or embedded object, or an
unknown base class was detected.
107
C_UNKNOWN_CONSTR
The operating system class cannot
be created; the operating system is
probably wrong.
108
C_UNKNOWN_OBJECT
Indicates an unknown object in an
interpreter program; more than one
DCC080 object.
109
C_UNKNOWN_CHNL
The hardware module number is
greater than 60.
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C_WRONG_CONNECT
No connection to the required channels.
111
C_WRONG_ATTR
Wrong server attribute.
112
C_SYNTAX_ERROR
Non-specific error. Recompile and
download all project sections.
113
C_NO_FILE_OPEN
An attempt was made to open an
unknown table.
114
C_OUTOF_NEAR
Memory allocation error
115
C_OUT OF_FAR
Memory allocation error
116
C_INCOMAPTIBLE
An object with the same name already
exists but has a different class.
117
C_COMPATIBLE
An object with the same name and
class already exists but must be
updated.
224
LINKING
The application is currently linking.
225
LINKING ERROR
An error has occurred while linking. An
error messaged is generated in the
LASAL status window.
226
LINKING DONE
Linking is complete.
230
OP BURN
The operating system is currently
being burned into the Flash memory.
231
OP BURN FAIL
An error has occurred while burning
the operating system.
232
OP INSTALL
The operating system is currently
being installed.
240
USV-WAIT
The power supply was disconnected;
the UPS is active.
241
REBOOT
The operating system is restarted.
242
LSL SAVE
243
LSL LOAD
252
CONTINUE
253
PRERUN
The application is started.
254
PRERESET
The application is ended.
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CONNECTION BREAK
Further addressing information can be found in the VARAN bus specifications.
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VARAN Recommended Shielding
The VARAN real-time Ethernet bus system offers robust performance in harsh industrial
environments. Through the use of IEEE 802.3 standard Ethernet physics, the potential
between an Ethernet line and sending/receiving components is kept separate. The
VARAN Manager resends messages to a bus participant immediately when an error occurs. It is principally recommended that the shielding guidelines below be followed.
For applications in which the bus line is run outside the control cabinet, correct shielding is
required. This is especially important, if due to physical requirements, the bus lines must
be placed next to sources of strong electromagnetic noise. It is recommended that whenever possible, to avoid wiring VARAN-Bus lines parallel to power cables.
SIGMATEK recommends the use of CAT5e industrial Ethernet bus lines.
For the shielding variants, an S-FTP bus line is recommended, which is a symmetric,
multi-wire cable with unshielded pairs. For the total shielding, a combination of foil and
braiding is used; it is recommended that an unvarnished variant be used.
The VARAN cable must be secured at a distance of 20 cm from the connector for
protection against vibration!
Le câble VARAN doit être protégé contre les vibrations à moins de 20 cm du connecteur (par exemple à l’aide d’une pince)!
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1. Wiring from the Control Cabinet to an External VARAN Component
If the Ethernet lines are connected from a VARAN component to a VARAN node outside
the control cabinet, the shielding should be placed at the entry point to the control cabinet
housing. All noise can then be deflected from the electronic components before reaching
the module.
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2. Wiring Outside of the Control Cabinet
If a VARAN bus cable must be placed outside of the control cabinet only, no additional
shield connection is required. This requires that only IP67 modules and connectors be
used. These components are very robust and noise resistant. The shielding for all sockets
in IP67 modules are internally connected to common bus or electrically connected to the
housing, whereby the deflection of voltage spikes does not flow through the electronics.
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3. Shielding for Wiring Within the Control Cabinet
Sources of strong electromagnetic noise located within the control cabinet (drives, Transformers, etc.) can induce interference in a VARAN bus line. Spike voltages are deflected
over the metallic housing of a RJ45 connector. Noise is conducted through the control
cabinet housing without further action from the electronic components To eliminate sources
of noise during data transfer, it is recommended that the shielding from all electronic components be connected within the control cabinet.
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4. Connecting Noise-Generating Components
With the connection of power components that generate strong electromagnetic noise, it is
also critical to ensure correct shielding. The shielding should be placed before a power
component (or a group thereof).
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5. Shielding Between Two Control Cabinets
If two control cabinets must be connected over a VARAN bus, it is recommended that the
shielding be located at the entry points to both cabinets. Noise can thereby be kept from
reaching the electronics within the control cabinet.
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Cleaning the Touch Screen
CAUTION!
Before cleaning the touch screen, the terminal must first be turned off to avoid
unintentionally triggering commands or functions!
ATTENTION!
Avant de nettoyer l'écran tactile, le terminal doit d'abord être éteint afin d’éviter un
déclanchement involontaire des commandes!
The terminal's touch screen can only be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. To dampen the
cloth, a screen cleaning solution such as anti static foam, water with a mild detergent or
alcohol should be used. The cleaning solution should be sprayed onto the cloth and not
directly on the terminal. The cleaning solution should not be allowed to reach the terminal
electronics, for example, through the ventilation slots.
No erosive cleaning solutions, chemicals, abrasive cleansers or hard objects that can
scratch or damage the touch screen may be used.
If the terminal comes in contact with toxic or erosive chemicals, carefully clean the terminal
immediately to prevent acid damage.
To ensure the optimal function of the terminal, the terminal should be cleaned
regularly!
To extend the lifespan of the touch screen as much as possible, using the fingers to
operate the terminal is recommended.
Pour garantir le fonctionnement optimal du terminal, le terminal doit être nettoyé
régulièrement!
Pour prolonger la durée de vie de l'écran tactile on recommande d’utiliser les doigts
pour l’opérer.
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