Rexroth IndraMotion MTX Software Installation

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Software Installation
Title
Rexroth IndraMotion MTX
Software Installation
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Commissioning Manual
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Document Number 120-2500-B321-01/EN
This documentation describes the installation and the updating of NC
control Rexroth IndraMotion MTX and the network settings.
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120-2500-B321-01/EN
02.2006
First issue
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Software Installation
Contents I
Contents
1
General Information About Setup
1-1
1.1
The Setup Program and this Documentation ............................................................................... 1-1
1.2
System Requirements .................................................................................................................. 1-2
Control Modules CMP 40 and CMP 60 ................................................................................... 1-2
Industrial PCs .......................................................................................................................... 1-3
2
1.3
Before You Start Installing the User Interface .............................................................................. 1-4
1.4
Using Virus Scanners ................................................................................................................... 1-4
Carrying Out Setup
2.1
2-1
Administrator Privileges ................................................................................................................ 2-1
Access Data............................................................................................................................. 2-1
Logging in as Administrator ..................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2
Initial Installation of Rexroth IndraWorks ...................................................................................... 2-2
CD-ROM .................................................................................................................................. 2-2
Installing Rexroth IndraWorks ................................................................................................. 2-3
Executing Setup without Control Card CMP 40/CMP 60 (Emulation)..................................... 2-8
2.3
Further Steps Before Commissioning an MTX Control ................................................................ 2-9
Firewall Settings ...................................................................................................................... 2-9
Updating the Network Driver ................................................................................................. 2-10
Firmware Download............................................................................................................... 2-11
2.4
3
4
Data Archival/Backup
6
3-1
3.1
Archiving the IndraWorks Project ................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2
Archiving of Data that are Not Project-Specific ............................................................................ 3-1
Executing a Software Update of IndraWorks
4.1
5
Uninstalling Rexroth IndraWorks ................................................................................................ 2-12
4-1
Executing an Update of IndraWorks............................................................................................. 4-1
Restoring Data
5-1
5.1
Restoring Data That Are Not Project-Specific .............................................................................. 5-1
5.2
Restoring the IndraWorks Project................................................................................................. 5-1
IP Addresses
6-1
6.1
Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2
Configuration of Communication Interface ................................................................................... 6-1
Setting the IP Address of the Network Adapter....................................................................... 6-2
Setting the IP Address of the CMP60 Plug-In Card ................................................................ 6-3
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II Contents
Software Installation
Basic PC Device Ethernet Connection.................................................................................... 6-4
7
Network Settings
7-1
7.1
General Information ...................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.2
Enabling a CD Drive in a Network ................................................................................................ 7-1
7.3
Connecting to a Network Enabled in the CD-ROM Drive............................................................. 7-3
7.4
Access to the CMP 40/CMP 60 from an External PC (Routing)................................................... 7-4
Overview.................................................................................................................................. 7-4
Conditions................................................................................................................................ 7-4
Entering a Route...................................................................................................................... 7-4
8
MTX Control
8-1
8.1
Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 8-1
8.2
Overview ....................................................................................................................................... 8-1
8.3
Main Menu .................................................................................................................................... 8-4
8.4
Power-up....................................................................................................................................... 8-5
8.5
Startup Mode ................................................................................................................................ 8-6
8.6
Data Backup ................................................................................................................................. 8-7
8.7
Archive Function ......................................................................................................................... 8-10
8.8
Firmware Download.................................................................................................................... 8-11
8.9
Incorporating File Systems (Mount)............................................................................................ 8-13
Using the Dialog Box ............................................................................................................. 8-14
8.10 Operating a USB Stick on the MTX as a Mount Directory.......................................................... 8-16
Configuration ......................................................................................................................... 8-16
MTX Boot Parameter............................................................................................................. 8-16
NFS Parameter...................................................................................................................... 8-17
Executing an MTX Soft Reset (SR) ....................................................................................... 8-17
8.11 Ethernet Interface ....................................................................................................................... 8-18
8.12 Boot Parameters......................................................................................................................... 8-18
8.13 User Level................................................................................................................................... 8-19
8.14 Contextual Menu......................................................................................................................... 8-21
8.15 Call Parameters .......................................................................................................................... 8-21
9
Index
10 Service & Support
9-1
10-1
10.1 Helpdesk ..................................................................................................................................... 10-1
10.2 Service-Hotline ........................................................................................................................... 10-1
10.3 Internet........................................................................................................................................ 10-1
10.4 Vor der Kontaktaufnahme... - Before contacting us... ................................................................ 10-1
10.5 Kundenbetreuungsstellen - Sales & Service Facilities ............................................................... 10-2
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General Information About Setup 1-1
Software Installation
1
General Information About Setup
1.1
The Setup Program and this Documentation
What is installed?
Who installs the program?
The setup program installs the Rexroth IndraMotion MTX user interface.
Installing the user interface requires experience in working with PCs and
with the operating system. Administrator privileges are required for
installation.
Note:
Setup program
Setup may be executed only by an experienced user with
knowledge of operating systems and with administrator
privileges.
The setup program decompresses and installs the user interface and the
associated files from the CD-ROM onto your hard disk.
The user interface cannot be operated without this installation.
Furthermore, it is possible to update and uninstall the software.
Documentation
This documentation informs you about how to install and set up the user
interface on your hard disk, how to execute an update and how to remove
the user interface.
Note:
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Read these installation instructions and, if necessary,
additional documents before you install the software.
1-2 General Information About Setup
1.2
Software Installation
System Requirements
Control Modules CMP 40 and CMP 60
Synopsis
The Rexroth IndraMotion MTX control system is based on the CMP 40
and CMP 60 CNC control modules.
CMP60.jpg
Fig. 1-1:
CNC control module CMP 40/60
CNC control modules CMP 40 and CMP 60 are the central units in the
MTX control system. They have CNC and PLC functions. They are
installed in an unassigned PCI slot, either in industrial PCs from Bosch
Rexroth or in third-party PCs. The standard equipment includes interfaces
allowing the activation of intelligent drives via the SERCOS interface, of
I/Os via PROFIBUS-DP and peripheral assemblies via Ethernet. An
optional high-speed I/O interface is available for 8 high-speed inputs and
outputs.
Performance Data
Designation
CMP 40
CMP 60
Number of axes
max. 8
max. 64
max. 2
max. 8
Number of interpolated
axes/channel
max. 4
max. 8
Number NC channels
max. 2
max. 12
SERCOS cycle time
min. 6 ms (for 8-axis
configuration, 4-axis
interpolation)
min. 250 µs (for 8-axis
configuration, 4-axis
interpolation)
Block cycle time
min. 6 ms
min. 250 µs
thereof spindles
Fig. 1-2:
Performance data, CMP 40/60
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General Information About Setup 1-3
Software Installation
Industrial PCs
Plug-in cards CMP 40 and CMP 60 are inserted into a free PCI slot in
Bosch Rexroth standard industrial PCs and high-end industrial PCs, as
well as in third-party PCs.
Overview of Industrial PCs
Industrie_PC_MTX.FH7
Fig. 1-3:
Overview of Industrial PCs
Documentation references
Documentation
Type
Material number
Rexroth IndraControl VSP 16.1 / 40.1
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R911308264
Rexroth IndraControl VDP 16.1 / 40.1 / 60.1
DOK-SUPPL*-VDP16/40/60-PRxx-EN-P
R911307654
Rexroth IndraControl VDP 16.2 / 40.2
DOK-SUPPL*-VPP*XX.2***-PRxx-EN-P
R911313008
Rexroth BTV 16.2 / 40.2 / 60.2
DOK-SUPPL*-BTV16/40/60-PRxx-EN-P
R911306443
Rexroth IPC 40.2
DOK-SUPPL*-IPC*40.2***-PRxx-EN-P
R911307652
Rexroth VSB 40.1
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R911310079
Rexroth VPB 40.1
DOK-SUPPL*-VPB*40.1***-PR01-EN-P
R911312597
Rexroth IndraControl VPP 16.1 / 40.1
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R911311820
Fig. 1-4:
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Documentation references
1-4 General Information About Setup
1.3
Software Installation
Before You Start Installing the User Interface
If you have ordered a completely configured operator terminal with control
modules, the user interface and the related firmware are already installed
when the unit is delivered.
For user access, the following values are preset (depending on the
operating system):
Windows XP access:
• User name: Rexroth
• Password:
Rexroth
User interface:
• User name: Admin
• Password:
Admin
The preinstalled operator terminal requires the following chapters only for
updating the software. The user interface must be installed according to
the following description if you use the operator terminal or a third-party
PC with external control hardware or if you want to use the CMP 60
control module on a third-party PC.
1.4
Using Virus Scanners
During the Rexroth IndraMotion MTX system installation, Java scripts are
used for special tasks (embedded setups such as .NET Framework
ServicePatch, IndraLogic, WinStudio). These are executed by
MsiExex.exe. Some virus scanners, such as Norton Antivirus, see this as
possible virus activity and issue a corresponding message.
If such a message appears, it can be ignored.
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Carrying Out Setup 2-1
Software Installation
2
Carrying Out Setup
2.1
Administrator Privileges
Note:
Administrator privileges are necessary for making operating
system settings and for installing the user interface.
Access Data
Preinstalled operator panels supplied by the manufacturer have the
following access data:
Windows XP:
• User name: Rexroth
• Password:
Rexroth
Logging in as Administrator
Log in as administrator:
Windows XP:
• User name: Administrator
• Password:
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- (none)
2-2 Carrying Out Setup
2.2
Software Installation
Initial Installation of Rexroth IndraWorks
CD-ROM
Rexroth IndraWorks software is supplied only on CD-ROM. For that
reason, a CD-ROM drive or network connection must be available for
setup.
Local CD-ROM Drive
Internal CD-ROM drive
Certain Rexroth industrial PCs (e.g. those in a switch cabinet) include a
CD-ROM drive.
External CD-ROM drive
To execute Setup, a portable CD-ROM drive can be connected to the
USB port of the industrial PC.
Cd-rom.FH7
Fig. 2-1:
Locally connected CD-ROM drive
CD-ROM Drive in a Network
If the industrial PC is connected to a network, the CD-ROM drive of any
PC incorporated in the network can be used for setup (see "Network
settings" chapter).
1. Install the Microsoft network.
2. Enable the CD-ROM drive of the connected PC.
Netz.FH7
Fig. 2-2:
CD-ROM drive in a network
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Carrying Out Setup 2-3
Software Installation
Installing Rexroth IndraWorks
In this description, we assume that you use CD-ROM drive "E" for setup.
1. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Click Run in the Start menu.
3. Type the letter for the drive together with ":\SETUP.EXE".
When you install your system from a CD-ROM, enter, for instance,
"E:\SETUP.EXE".
setup01.bmp
Fig. 2-3:
Windows XP “Run” dialog box
4. Then click OK or confirm with <Enter>.
5. Select the language for the setup program.
setup02.bmp
Fig. 2-4:
Language selection
The setup program is loaded.
6. A message appears if release notes exist for the current version. If
you select "Display Release Notes", the corresponding PDF
document opens after you press Next >.
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2-4 Carrying Out Setup
Software Installation
setup03.bmp
Fig. 2-5:
Note regarding release notes
7. Exit Acrobat Reader after reading the release notes and heed the
remaining setup instructions.
8. Accept the conditions of the license agreement.
setup04.bmp
Fig. 2-6:
License agreement
9. Confirm by pressing Next > until the "Customer Information" dialog
box is displayed.
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Carrying Out Setup 2-5
Software Installation
setup05.bmp
Fig. 2-7:
Customer information
10. Enter the name and company of the rightful user and press Next >;
this brings you to the selection of the desired setup directory (target
folder).
11. In the dialog box, select the drive and the destination folder where the
user interface is to be installed. Pressing Next > brings you either to
the Start dialog box for the actual installation procedure or to the
dialog boxes for the additional MTX configuration (target name, IP
address).
Note:
The hard disk of a standard BTV has two partitions (C: NTFS
file system, D: FAT32 file system). The interface must be
installed on drive C.
setup06.bmp
Fig. 2-8:
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Destination folder
2-6 Carrying Out Setup
Software Installation
12. Entry dialog box for the MTX target name. “mtxctrl” is provided as the
default entry. The MTX target name can have max. 7 characters.
Pressing Next > brings you to the IP input dialog box.
setup07.bmp
Fig. 2-9:
Entering the target name
13. Enter the IP address for control card CMP 40/CMP 60. Default:
192.168.142.250. Pressing Next > brings you to the Start dialog box
for the actual installation procedure.
setup08.bmp
Fig. 2-10:
IP address of the CMP 40 / CMP 60
14. Start the installation procedure by pressing Install.
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Carrying Out Setup 2-7
Software Installation
setup09.bmp
Fig. 2-11:
Starting the installation procedure
The installation procedure now starts. The progress of installation is
displayed in a progress bar.
setup10.bmp
Fig. 2-12:
Progress of the installation procedure
15. During installation, you are asked to change the CD.
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2-8 Carrying Out Setup
Software Installation
setup13.bmp
Fig. 2-13:
Request to change the CD
16. When requested, complete the setup by clicking Finish.
After completion of the copying process, you will be prompted to restart
Windows.
setup11.bmp
Fig. 2-14:
End of the installation procedure
Note:
You must restart Windows and/or your computer before you
can use the program.
After startup, the system files are updated and registrations, if required,
are executed.
This completes the setup.
Executing Setup without Control Card CMP 40/CMP 60 (Emulation)
The installation of Rexroth IndraMotion MTX as an emulation occurs as
described above. The only difference is that the dialog boxes for entering
the target name and the IP addresses do not appear.
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Carrying Out Setup 2-9
Software Installation
2.3
Further Steps Before Commissioning an MTX Control
Firewall Settings
NFS Server and TeleBugger
Firewall settings must be made before commissioning. To permit the
mounting of directories on third-party computers and to allow remount
debugging if errors occur, exceptions must be set for these programs.
These programs are “bnfsser.exe” and “TeleBug.exe” in directory
...\Rexroth\IndraWorks\mtx\bin.
The exceptions are set as follows:
1. In the Start menu, open Settings – Control Panels – Windows
Firewall.
2. Activate tab “Exceptions” and click “Program ...”.
3. Click “Browse” and switch to directory “...\Rexroth\IndraWorks\mtx
\bin”.
Firewall01.bmp
Fig. 2-15:
Setting “bnfsser.exe” as an exception
4. Select file “bnfsser.exe” and open it.
5. Confirm the dialog box by pressing “OK”.
This transfers the file to the list of exceptions.
6. Use the same procedure for file “TeleBug.exe”.
This removes these programs from the firewall.
CMP 40/CMP 60
Control card CMP 40/CMP 60 must be manually removed from the
firewall.
1. In the Start menu, open Settings – Control Panels – Windows
Firewall.
2. Select tab "Advanced".
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2-10 Carrying Out Setup
Software Installation
Firewall02.bmp
Fig. 2-16:
Advanced firewall settings
3. Deactivate entry “LAN connection 2” by removing the checkmark.
4. Accept the settings by pressing “OK”.
This removes control card CMP 40/CMP 60 from the firewall.
Updating the Network Driver
The network driver for CMP 40 / CMP 60 establishes communication
between the CPM60 control card and the IPC. The driver for CMP 40 /
CMP 60 is installed as follows:
•
Open the Windows "Device manager" via "Start – Settings – Control
Panel – System, tab "Hardware".
The new hardware "Network adapter" which was detected by
Windows should be marked with a yellow exclamation mark in the
Device Manager.
•
Click the right mouse button on the network adapter and select menu
"Update driver...".
The "Hardware update wizard" opens.
•
Select the option "Install software from a list or certain source" in the
hardware update wizard and press ”Continue”.
•
Then select the option "Find a corresponding driver in this source" in
the "Search and installation options" and enter path "LW\Program
Files\Rexroth\IndraWorks\MTX\drivers" in "Find also in following
sources". Exit the dialog box by pressing "Next".
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Carrying Out Setup 2-11
Software Installation
The driver is now installed; after installation, it is entered under
Network adapters as "PCC-P Numerical Controller".
Note:
The control absolutely must be restarted after installation of
the network driver.
Afterwards, the IP address for the network adapter must be entered. See
sections "Network Settings" and "IP Addresses".
Note:
If the control was started for the first time after installation of
the CMP 40 / CMP 60 control hardware, the wizard “New
hardware found" opens automatically (same procedure as
described above).
After updating the IndraMotion MTX, the network driver should
be updated.
Firmware Download
It is necessary to check if downloading firmware is necessary. The
firmware version already installed must be compared with the version to
load and, if necessary, the new firmware must be loaded. You can view
the currently installed firmware version in the menu of the CMP 60 control
under "? - Firmware Version".
Firmware Download is executed with the CMP 60 control. The control can
be opened via "Start – Program Files – Rexroth – CMP60 – CMP60
Control".
•
Firmware Download can be executed with the menu bar via
command "Commands\Download". Alternatively, the icon for
Firmware Download (topmost icon line, at the extreme left) can be
used to call the Download Manager.
• Select the entry "Monitor - Bootloader" in the Firmware Download
dialog box. The password is "Software". Then exit the dialog box by
clicking “OK".
• Select the entry "Firmware" in the Firmware Download dialog box.
Then exit the dialog box by clicking YES.
• After a successful download, execute a reset.
After the software reset has been triggered, the CMP control starts up and
stops at a "red zero".
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2-12 Carrying Out Setup
2.4
Software Installation
Uninstalling Rexroth IndraWorks
Uninstallation using
operating system
Rexroth IndraWorks is uninstalled using the operating system (via Start
menu - Control Panel - Software). Select "IndraWorks" as the program
to be uninstalled. The Rexroth IndraWorks installation CDs are not
required for this. After uninstallation, you are asked whether ALL the data
within the Installation folder are to be moved to the trash.
Loss of user data!
⇒
Make sure that you save the user data before
uninstalling the software if you want to keep them.
CAUTION
setup12.bmp
Fig. 2-17:
End of the uninstallation procedure
After completion of the uninstallation process, you will be prompted to
restart Windows.
Note:
In order to update the system files, restart Windows and/or
your computer.
After startup, the system files are updated. This completes the
uninstallation process.
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Data Archival/Backup 3-1
Software Installation
3
Data Archival/Backup
3.1
Archiving the IndraWorks Project
Note:
Archiving the IndraWorks project also includes the archiving of
NC data.
• Start archiving in IndraWorks in Project -Archiving.
• Select the project to archive (normally the last active project) and
press "Continue".
• Determine the name and path of the archive and press "Continue".
• Check the details and continue with "Finish" if all settings are correct.
• MTX archiving is now started.
• Confirm the welcome dialog box with "Continue".
• Select the portions to be archived and confirm with "Continue".
Note:
If archive part "Remanent data of PLC" is selected, the PLC
should be stopped via CMP60 control before starting
archiving. "Software" is the password to stop the PLC by
pressing the "PLC" button.
• Confirm the information by pressing "Finish".
• Now the MTX archive is created.
• Exit the dialog box "Create MTX archive - summary" with "Close".
• Now the project archive is created.
• After successful archiving, a dialog box with a summary is displayed.
Note:
3.2
The project path of the archived IndraWorks project, as well
as the name and path of the archive, should be noted! This
information is necessary for subsequent restoring.
Archiving of Data that are Not Project-Specific
Note:
These data are PLC data as well as GSD files and PLC
libraries if they are not saved project-specifically but targetspecifically.
• Special GSD files go to folder "C:\Program Files\Rexroth\IndraWorks\
IndraLogic\Targets\<target name>\userconfig"
• Special PLC libraries go to folder "C:\Program Files\Rexroth\
IndraWorks\IndraLogic\Targets\<target name>\lib" or "C:\Program
Files\ Rexroth\IndraWorks\IndraLogic\Targets\Config"
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3-2 Data Archival/Backup
Software Installation
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Executing a Software Update of IndraWorks 4-1
Software Installation
4
Executing a Software Update of IndraWorks
4.1
Executing an Update of IndraWorks
Loss of user data!
⇒
Save the user data before a software update.
CAUTION
In this description, we assume that you use CD-ROM drive "E" for
installing the update.
1. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Click Run in the Start menu.
3. Type the letter for the drive together with ":\SETUP.EXE".
When you install your system from a CD-ROM, enter, for instance,
"E:\SETUP.EXE".
setup01.bmp
Fig. 4-1:
Windows XP “Run” dialog box
4. Then click OK or confirm with <Enter>.
5. Select the language for the setup program.
setup02.bmp
Fig. 4-2:
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Language selection
4-2 Executing a Software Update of IndraWorks
Software Installation
The setup program is loaded.
6. A message indicating that an update of IndraWorks is being executed
appears. If you answer the query with Yes, the Info screen for
executing the update appears.
setup14.bmp
Fig. 4-3:
Message indicating IndraWorks update
7. Info screen for updating IndraWorks. Pressing Next> brings you to
the actual initial screen of the update procedure.
setup15.bmp
Fig. 4-4:
Info screen for updating IndraWorks
8. Initial screen for the update procedure. When you press Install >, the
update procedure is started; a status screen that shows the current
update status appears.
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Executing a Software Update of IndraWorks 4-3
Software Installation
Setup16.bmp
Fig. 4-5:
Status screen for the update procedure
setup17.bmp
Fig. 4-6:
Status information
9. When requested, complete the setup by clicking Finish.
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4-4 Executing a Software Update of IndraWorks
Software Installation
After completion of the update process, you will be prompted to restart
Windows.
setup11.bmp
Fig. 4-7:
End of the update procedure
Note:
You must restart Windows and/or your computer before you
can use the program.
After startup, the system files are updated and registrations, if required,
are executed.
This completes the setup.
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Restoring Data 5-1
Software Installation
5
Restoring Data
5.1
Restoring Data That Are Not Project-Specific
Note:
These data are PLC data as well as GSD files and PLC
libraries if they are not saved project-specifically but targetspecifically.
• Copy these special GSD files from the backup folder to folder
"C:\Program
Files\Rexroth\IndraWorks\IndraLogic\Targets\<target
name>\userconfig".
• Copy these special PLC libraries from the backup folder to folder
"C:\Program
Files\Rexroth\IndraWorks\IndraLogic\Targets\<target
name>\lib".
5.2
Restoring the IndraWorks Project
• Start IndraWorks Engineering.
•
In IndraWorks, execute Project - Restore.
• Select the project to restore and press "Continue".
• Determine the destination directory and press "Continue".
Note:
The destination directory for the IndraWorks project must
correspond with the source directory of archive. The project
paths must be identical before archiving and after restore. See
the second note in chapter 3.1.
• Check the details and continue with "Finish" if all settings are correct.
• Project restoring is now started.
• After successful restoring, a dialog with a summary is displayed.
• Confirm this dialog with "Close".
• Open the restored project immediately with IndraWorks.
• Start "Restore" in the IW project under Motion.
• MTX archive restoring is now started.
• Confirm the welcome dialog box with "Continue".
• Select the MTX archive to restore (here, select only archive part "User
FEPROM") and confirm with "Continue".
• Confirm the information by pressing "Finish".
• Now the MTX archive is restored.
• Exit the dialog "Restore MTX archive - summary" with "Close".
• Trigger "NC restart" in the IW project under Motion.
• Start "CMP60 Control" after complete restart.
• Switch to "Start up mode 6" and trigger a soft reset (SR).
• Switch to "Start up mode 0" and stop the PLC via "PLC button". The
password to stop the PLC is "Software".
• Exit the "CMP60 Control".
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5-2 Restoring Data
Software Installation
• Start "Restore" in the IW project under Motion.
• MTX archive restoring is now started.
• Acknowledge the welcome dialog box with "Continue".
• Select the MTX archive to restore, select all archive parts except the
"User FEPROM" and confirm with "Continue".
• Confirm the information by pressing "Finish".
• Now the MTX archive is restored.
• Exit dialog box "Restore MTX archive – summary" by pressing "Close".
• Trigger "NC restart" in the IW project under Motion.
• Trigger a "Download" in the IW project under HMI BTV xxxx.
• Confirm the confirmation message with "OK".
• Start IndraLogic in the IW project under Logic.
• Load the PLC program into the control in IndraLogic.
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IP Addresses 6-1
Software Installation
6
IP Addresses
6.1
Overview
Each basic PC device contains
• a CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card with an internal network connection in
a separate subnet
• an Ethernet connection.
Example:
Einsteckkarte.tif
Fig. 6-1:
6.2
Plug-in card in basic PC device
Configuration of Communication Interface
The data exchange between the basic PC device and the CMP 40 /
CMP 60 plug-in card takes place using TCP/IP.
The CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card and the network adapter are treated
as an internal subnet with fixed IP addresses.
During configuration, the CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card is assigned a
fixed IP address which makes it possible for the basic PC device to
communicate with this card. In addition, a default setting is assigned to
the symbolic name for the CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card.
⇒ Check and make note of the settings if changes are to be made to
the current IP addresses.
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6-2 IP Addresses
Software Installation
Note:
All following settings correspond to the Setup defaults.
Setting the IP Address of the Network Adapter
Proceed as follows to check or adjust TCP/IP settings for the network
adapter of the CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card:
1. Select the Windows XP menu: Start – Settings – Network
Connections.
2. Choose LAN connection "PCC-P Numerical Controller".
3. Choose File – Properties.
4. Choose "TCP/IP Internet protocol".
5. Press the "Properties" button.
6. Check the settings for the IP address and the subnet screen.
• The IP address is: 192.168.142.249
• The subnet mask is: 255.255.255.0
IP-Adresse_NW-Adapter.tif
Fig. 6-2:
IP Addresses
Note:
If the IP addresses mentioned above differ from the defaults in
the standard installation, take note of the current IP addresses
for the next software update so that you can adapt your control
to the local network.
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IP Addresses 6-3
Software Installation
Setting the IP Address of the CMP60 Plug-In Card
The CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card is known as “PCC-P Numerical
Controller” in the system.
Proceed as follows to check or adjust the IP addresses for the CMP 40 /
CMP 60 plug-in card:
1. Select the Windows XP menu: Start – Settings – Network
Connections.
2. Choose LAN connection "PCC-P Numerical Controller".
3. Choose File – Properties.
4. Press the “Configure” button.
5. Select tab "Advanced".
6. In the "Property" window, check and, if necessary, adjust the following
entries.
• PCC-P Default Gateway: The default address of the network
adapter is: 192.168.142.249. It must always be located in the
following subnet.
• PCC-P IP Address: The default IP address is: 192.168.142.250
• PCC-P Name: Symbolic name of the plug-in card installed in
"Setup" (default: "mtxctrl").
• PCC-P Subnet Mask: The default subnet is: 255.255.255.0
IP-Adresse_Einsteckkarte.tif
Fig. 6-3:
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Settings of the CMP 40/CMP 60 plug-in card
6-4 IP Addresses
Software Installation
Basic PC Device Ethernet Connection
If the basic PC device is also connected to a network, communication
takes place using the Ethernet connection via TCP/IP. A fixed IP address
is also required for this connection.
Note:
Check and make note of the TCP/IP and network card settings
for the existing hardware components if changes are to be
made to the current IP addresses.
The IP addresses may have to be adjusted if:
• a search is made for another IP address for the basic PC device
during a PNC software update.
• several basic PC devices are located in a company network and
additional basic PC devices will be added using PNC-P.
• the address of the company network has changed.
• the entries were overwritten after reinstalling Windows on the basic PC
device.
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Network Settings 7-1
Software Installation
7
Network Settings
7.1
General Information
You can obtain detailed information about the TCP/IP protocol or about
the network settings from your network administrator and/or in the
Microsoft operating system documentation.
Note:
7.2
It is recommended that your network administrator make all
network-related settings.
Enabling a CD Drive in a Network
Access authorizations
Before a CD-ROM drive can be accessed from another computer (client
PC), it must be enabled, i.e. permission to use this unit on the computer in
which the drive is installed (server PC) must have been granted.
In Windows, the administrator can set up “groups” with a “user profile” for
corresponding privileges for enabling network drives. If no such group has
been defined, only the administrator can carry out enabling.
1. Insert the CD with the software into the CD-ROM drive of the server
PC.
2. Click the symbols "My Computer" and "CD-ROM".
3. In menu File – Enablement and Safety..., choose "Enabled as".
4. Choose tab "Enable".
5. Activate "Enable this folder in the network".
6. Enter “CD” as the enablement name.
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7-2 Network Settings
Software Installation
Freigabe.tif
Fig. 7-1:
Enabling a network drive
You can recognize the enabled CD-ROM drive by its
symbol.
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Network Settings 7-3
Software Installation
7.3
Connecting to a Network Enabled in the CD-ROM Drive
The computer to which access to the CD-ROM drive is to be assigned
(client PC) must connect the enabled CD-ROM drive of the server PC
with its file system (directory).
Search for the enabled CD directory “CD” on the server PC:
1. Choose Network environment.
2. Press the "Search" button in the toolbar.
3. Enter the name of the server PC (e.g. IPCREXIND01) and click the
"Search" button.
4. Click the symbol of the server PC and search for the enabled drive
"CD".
5. Click “CD” and choose File – Connect network drive...
6. Now assign a drive letter (e.g. "Z:") to "CD". If this is set up by the
administrator, access to the server PC requires a password before a
network connection can be established.
7. Insert the CD-ROM into the drive.
8. In Windows Explorer, check whether the contents of the CD are read.
LW_verbinden.tif
Fig. 7-2:
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Connecting a network drive
7-4 Network Settings
7.4
Software Installation
Access to the CMP 40/CMP 60 from an External PC
(Routing)
Overview
Applications such as IndraWorks or IndraLogic can access a basic PC
device with a CMP 40 / CMP 60 plug-in card from any network PC via
Ethernet. In this case, a route must be entered on the network PC.
Zugriff_extern.tif
Fig. 7-3:
Example of external access
Conditions
The network PC and the basic PC device must be located in the same
subnet. Example (subnet 142.2.25.0):
• Network PC: IP address 142.2.25.20
• Basic PC device: IP address 142.2.25.25
"IP forwarding" must be activated in the basic PC device.
• Automatic entry in the Registry for installation of the CMP 40/CMP 60
software.
Entering a Route
A route for PNC-P subnet 192.168.142.0 must be entered on the network
PC.
⇒ To do this, run the following MS-DOS command line:
route add -p <subnet address> MASK <subnet mask> <IP address of
basic PC device>
Example:
route add -p 192.168.142.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 142.2.25.25
(Parameter "-p" stands for permanent route)
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MTX Control 8-1
Software Installation
8
MTX Control
8.1
Introduction
The MTX Control tool is a commissioning and diagnostic program for PCbased IndraMotion MTX CNC controls. It is used to configure, control and
monitor CNC module IndraControl CMP 60. MTX Control is installed on
the user panel as a Windows service; it starts automatically when the PC
is switched on. When MTX Control is active, the following symbol appears
in the task bar:
Mtxbit.gif
Fig. 8-1:
"MTX Control" symbol
MTX Control monitors the status of the control and displays basic status
information. MTX Control is opened by:
• double-clicking the MTX Control symbol in the task bar, or
• opening the contextual menu by clicking the right mouse button and
then choosing menu item View.
8.2
Overview
After MTX Control is opened, the MTX Control window is displayed as
shown below.
MainPage.gif
Fig. 8-2:
Start window
The most important operating and display elements are described in the
following:
Display of the Startup Phase
• In normal operation (Ready), the display RUN appears on a green
background.
• While the MTX is starting up, the individual phases that the control
goes through, and thus the progress of the control startup, are
displayed (see sect. 8.4 Power-up).
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8-2 MTX Control
Software Installation
General Status Information
Certain basic status information is summarized in a table and is indicated
by green, red or gray LEDs:
• MTX-Control error
In the case of serious errors due to incorrect installation or to a
hardware defect, an error code, incl. plain text, is issued.
• TCP/IP
A green LED indicates that TCP/IP is working without errors. TCP/IP
communication problems are indicated by a red LED.
• Fieldbus
A green LED indicates that the field bus is working properly. Field bus
problems are indicated by a red LED.
• UPS
A green LED indicates that the UPS is working properly. A red LED
indicates an error. If a UPS does not exist, a gray LED is shown.
Status Line
The following information is displayed in the status bar:
• IP address
The IP address entered in the Windows network configuration is
displayed. Changes to this address can be made in the Windows
control panel. If you want to change the default settings generated
during installation, it is recommended that the network administrator
carry this out.
• Working mode
-----
Monitor program stuck or does not
exist
monitor running
Monitor program running
download active
Firmware download running
software downloaded
Firmware download complete
software started
Normal operation
Fig. 8-3:
Working mode
Tool Bars
User level 2 (Service/Development) is required to access the functions of
the first tool bar. The functions can be accessed by clicking the mouse or
by pressing key combination Shift + F1 to Shift + F5. In some functions,
the symbol changes according to the switch state.
Firmware Download (also see sect. 8.8 Firmware Download)
The firmware is reprogrammed. This occurs, for example, when updating to a
newer firmware version.
MTX Shutdown
The MTX is shut down properly. Then the internal data are backed up (option).
The data are backed up by creating the two files MtxpRoot.pxf and MtxpSram.dat
in the Home directory of the MTX.
Hardware Reset
This triggers a hardware reset, which is followed by a startup of the MTX.
Backup mode ON (default)
The data are backed up after the control is shut down.
Backup mode OFF
Data backup is switched off. If it is determined during the shutdown that the
permitted battery voltage is too low, the data are backed up even if this is OFF.
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MTX Control 8-3
Software Installation
UPS automatic mode (default)
MTX Control automatically detects a UPS. If a UPS exists, UPS mode is
activated; otherwise, UPS mode is deactivated. Bosch Rexroth UPSs are
detected automatically.
UPS mode ON
If a third-party UPS that cannot be detected automatically is used, UPS mode
can be switched on manually.
UPS mode OFF
Startup mode (also see 8.5 Startup Mode)
Fig. 8-4:
Functions of the first tool bar
The functions of the second tool bar can be accessed mainly in user level
1 or 2 (MTB or Development/Service). The functions can be accessed by
clicking the mouse or by pressing function keys F1 to F12. In some
functions, the symbol changes according to the switch state.
Call online help
Detailed display of the MTX firmware version
Software reset followed by startup
Read in archive (see section 8.7 Archive Function).
Create archive (see section 8.7 Archive Function).
Incorporate (mount) external file systems (see section 8.9 Incorporating File
Systems (Mount)).
Configuration of the Ethernet interface (see section 8.11 Ethernet Interface).
Exit MTX Control
The control continues to run. This function should not be used because, if MTX
Control is inactive when the user panel is shut down, a shutdown of the MTX is
not triggered and the data are not backed up.
Remote debugger is activated (green)
Remote debugger is exited (red)
PLC is started (green)
PLC is stopped (red)
PLC outputs are disabled
PLC outputs are enabled
PLC fixing is cancelled (green)
PLC is fixed (red)
Fig. 8-5:
Functions of the second tool bar
Main Menu
All the functions that are provided by the two tool bars can also be
accessed from the main menu. In addition, the main menu provides a few
additional commands. The commands of the main menu, with brief
descriptions, can be found in section 8.3 Main Menu.
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8-4 MTX Control
8.3
Software Installation
Main Menu
The MTX Control main menu contains all the functions that are provided
by the tool bars, as well as a few additional functions that are required
only in exceptional cases. The following table shows the menu structure
and explanations for the individual functions:
Menu entry
Submenu
Explanation
Commands
Firmware Download
See section 8.8 Firmware Download.
Shutdown
Proper shutdown of the MTX followed by data backup.
Hardware Reset
Triggers a hardware reset, which is followed by a startup of the MTX.
Load boot parameters
See section 8.12 Boot Parameters.
Cleanup Memory
Deletes the DRAM with the exception of the monitor and boot loader memory
areas. This function is required only in exceptional cases in Development.
Cleanup SRAM
Deletes the SRAM (root file system, permanent CPL variables, residual PLC
data, residual system data). This function is required only in exceptional
cases.
Cleanup FEPROM
Deletes the FEPROM (firmware, FEPROM file system). This function is
required only in exceptional cases.
Software Reset
Triggers a software reset, which is followed by a startup of the MTX.
Archive restore
See section 8.7 Archive Function.
Archive create
See section 8.7 Archive Function.
Mount
Incorporate (mount) external file systems (see section 8.9 Incorporating File
Systems (Mount)).
Ethernet Configuration Configuration of the Ethernet interface (see section 8.11 Ethernet Interface).
Menu entry
Submenu
Explanation
Commands
PLC Run/Stop
Start and stop the PLC
Clear Force
Delete PLC fix
Output Enable/Disable Enable or disable PLC outputs
Show System Errors
Display critical system errors
Set Level 0
Reset to user level 0 (see section 8.13 User Level).
Change
Change the password (see section 8.13 User Level).
Developer toolbar
Show/hide the tool bar for Service/Development
MTB toolbar
Show/hide the MTB tool bar
Tools
Remote Debugger
Activate and exit the remote debuggers
Window
Hide Window
Close MTX Control
Foreground
Move the MTX Control window to the foreground or the background
Default size
Reset to default window size
Info about MTX
Control
Display the software version of MTX Control
Firmware Version
Detailed display of the firmware version
Software Options
Display the applied software options
Hardware Info
Hardware information (PCB number, version, serial number)
Online Help
Call online help
Password
Toolbars
?
Fig. 8-6:
Menu structure in main menu
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MTX Control 8-5
Software Installation
8.4
Power-up
The MTX starts up if the user panel is switched on or if a software or
hardware reset is activated. The startup occurs synchronized in 12
phases that are displayed in MTX Control:
P: -3
Determines the existing hardware
P: -2
RTOS startup, configure file systems
P: -1
Start RTOS monitor
P: 1
Initialize basic NCS communication
P: 2
Initialize TCP/IP
P: 3
Initialize BAPAS database
P: 4
SERCOS initialization
P: 5
Start NCB-TCP server
P: 6
Start SERCOS startup
P: 7
Mount the NFS file systems
P: 8
Synchronization with SERCOS
P: 9
Enable NCB-TCP server (communication with user interface)
RUN
Normal operation
Fig. 8-7:
Display of startup phases
The display differs as follows in the case of critical system errors, boot
panic errors and an active shutdown of the MTX:
SF
A critical system fault has occurred.
BP
A boot panic error has occurred.
SD
Shutdown active
Fig. 8-8:
Error status display
If the monitor is active, the monitor status is displayed:
M: A
Ethernet active
M: 8
Ethernet inactive
M: L
Loading active
M: d
Deletion active
M: NMI
M: E
Internal error in monitor
M: H
Hardware unknown
Fig. 8-9:
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The monitor is in an NMI routine (error or power down)
Display of active monitor
8-6 MTX Control
8.5
Software Installation
Startup Mode
The startup mode determines the behavior of the MTX during startup. A
change to the startup mode becomes effective only during the next
startup.
Startup mode
Meaning
0
Normal operation
All existing data and file systems are retained. The root file system is checked during startup. If a
defective file system is detected, a critical system error is displayed. A new (empty) root file system
is automatically created during the next startup.
1
PLC stop
The behavior corresponds to startup mode 0 with the difference that the PLC remains in the STOP
state and the PLC user program is not processed.
2
Reloading of the PLC boot project
The PLC boot project is loaded from the user FEPROM. Any PLC boot project that exists in the
root file system is discarded. Otherwise, the behavior corresponds to startup mode 0.
3
Protected startup
In extreme cases, faulty machine parameter settings can make it impossible to start up a control.
Startup mode 3 is used to carry out a startup in this situation, regardless of the set machine
parameters. A startup with the minimum configuration occurs and the set machine parameters are
ignored. After the startup, the invalid machine parameter settings can be corrected and a new
startup with startup mode 0 can be carried out.
4
Delete permanent CPL variables
The permanent CPL variables are deleted; otherwise, the behavior corresponds to startup mode 0.
5
Cold start
The power-up management logic is not run; otherwise, the behavior corresponds to startup mode
0.
6
Bootstrap
A new root file system is created; as a result, all the data of the old file system are lost. If an intact
user FEPROM file system exists, the PLC boot project and configuration data are loaded from
there.
7
Creation of the user FEPROM file system
The user FEPROM is created; as a result, all the data of the old file system are lost. This is
required, for example, if a user FEPROM file system is defective. The root file system remains. The
permanent CPL variables will be deleted.
8
Identical to startup mode 9
9
Debug mode
This is the usual debugging mode if the control should not automatically start up after a reset. After
the basic monitor is initialized, the boot loader is activated and the subsystems are loaded
automatically.
10
Debug mode (without automatic loading)
After the basic monitor is initialized, the boot loader is activated. Then loading can take place using
TCP/IP.
11
Debug mode (without activating the boot loader)
The basic monitor is initialized. Then loading can take place using TCP/IP.
12
Identical to startup mode 15
13
Identical to startup mode 15
14
Identical to startup mode 15
15
Debug mode (basic monitor start)
Only the basic monitor is activated.
Fig. 8-10:
Startup mode
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Software Installation
8.6
Data Backup
CNC module CMP 60 has a non-volatile memory: the flash EPROM
memory is permanent; no buffering is required. During the firmware
download, the firmware and the FEPROM file system is copied to the
flash EPROM. These areas change only during a firmware download; on
the other hand, the user FEPROM is designed to be used to store
configuration data – it can be changed at any time.
The SRAM is designed for user data. Residual PLC data, permanent CPL
variables and residual system data are stored here. Furthermore, the root
file system is located in the SRAM. It contains parts programs and tables
as well as any other user data. Since the SRAM is battery-buffered, the
data are retained even after the system is switched off. As an additional
safety feature, the data in the SRAM are backed up when the MTX is shut
down:
cmp60save.gif
Fig. 8-11:
Data backup
• File mtxproot.pxf contains the entire root file system.
• File mtxpsram.dat contains residual PLC data, permanent CPL
variables and residual system data.
Backing up the data in the SRAM can be suppressed by switching off
backup mode (see section 8.2 Overview, Tool Bars).
The consistency of the data in the SRAM is checked when the system is
switched back on. The accuracy of the consistency check depends on the
existence of a UPS. Normally, UPS mode Automatic (see section 8.2
Overview, Tool Bars) is active, i.e. the UPS is detected automatically. If a
UPS exists, a checksum is generated for the data areas in the SRAM
when shutting down. If a UPS does not exist, a checksum is not
calculated when shutting down. As a result, a checksum is not checked
during the next startup; instead, only a simple consistency check is
carried out.
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8-8 MTX Control
Software Installation
If there are no errors, the MTX starts up normally. If there is an error,
startup does not occur; instead, the user is informed of the fault situation:
MtxHochlaufError.gif
Fig. 8-12:
Error situation
The backup files that were created last are indicated as follows:
?
File exists and contains no errors
---
File does not exist
∑
File has a checksum error
HW
Hardware incompatibility
(can occur after replacing hardware)
Fig. 8-13:
Indication of backup files
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MTX Control 8-9
Software Installation
The interrupted startup can be continued with one of the following options.
The password for the user level is required for this:
• Clean startup:
control startup without using the existing backup files.
• Startup with the last saved data files:
control startup with the existing backup files (if these contain no
errors).
• No startup
No startup occurs; the monitor is activated.
If the HELP button is pressed, a note with the following explanations is
issued:
MtxHochlaufHelp.gif
Fig. 8-14:
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Help dialog box
8-10 MTX Control
Software Installation
After the desired start options have been selected and the START button
is pressed, another message box is displayed:
MtxHochlaufInfo.gif
Fig. 8-15:
Message box
The startup is carried out by pressing button Continue.
⇒
CAUTION
8.7
Regardless of the selected start option, check the
MTX data after a successful startup. Invalid or
expired data can cause personal injury or material
damage to the machine, the drives or the workpiece.
As a result, it is absolutely required that parts
programs, ZO tables, correction tables, tool tables,
as well as permanent CPL variables, residual PLC
data and system files be checked!
Archive Function
The archive function allows you to save the MTX user data and to restore
them at a later point in time. The archived data are saved to a mounted
directory in the form of an archive. If needed, the archive can be read to
restore all the data.
• An archive is generated using the menu (Commands/Archive create)
or directly using symbol .
• An archive is read to restore data
(Commands/Archive restore) or using symbol
Note:
using
.
the
menu
Parts programs and the PLC must be stopped before an
archive can be generated or restored.
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MTX Control 8-11
Software Installation
The data can be archived/restored either wholly or selectively. The data
areas are selected in the subsequent window:
ArchivePage.gif
Fig. 8-16:
Data area selection
• User - FEPROM
All the files that are stored in the user FEPROM
• RAM - Filesystem
All the files that are stored in the root file system
• Machine parameters
MTX machine parameters
• Tool Tables
MTX tool tables
• Permanent CPL-Variables
Permanent CPL variables
• Remanent PLC data
Residual PLC data
• System data
MTX system data
After pressing the OK button or the Enter key, another dialog box opens in
which the name and path of the archive (extension = .tar) is entered. The
archive is saved to a mounted directory.
The dialog box is closed if the Cancel button or the Esc key is pressed.
Pressing OK starts the archiving procedure, which can take a few
minutes. Any errors that occur are recorded in a log file, which is
automatically displayed when archiving is complete.
8.8
Firmware Download
Firmware Download is used to update the MTX firmware. This is
necessary, for example, after you have updated the MTX software on
your user panel.
The firmware is transferred from the hard disk to the MTX and is saved to
the flash EPROM. Downloading is started using the menu
.
(Commands/Firmware Download) or directly using symbol
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8-12 MTX Control
Software Installation
Note:
The user data should be archived before executing Firmware
Download. See section 8.7 Archive Function to find out how to
generate an archive.
Note:
All parts programs must be stopped before executing
Firmware Download. The PLC must also be brought into the
Stop state.
The following message explicitly notifies the user that the MTX will be
stopped before Firmware Download:
Warning1Page.gif
Fig. 8-17:
Alert message
After the note has been acknowledged by pressing the YES button, the
components that are to be loaded are selected. Normally, only the first
component, i.e. only the firmware, needs to be selected.
DownloadSelPage.gif
Fig. 8-18:
Selection window
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MTX Control 8-13
Software Installation
The selection is also completed by pressing the OK button; the actual
loading procedure starts then. The following display appears during the
loading procedure:
DownloadPage.gif
Fig. 8-19:
Loading process
After a successful loading procedure, the MTX must be restarted using
Hardware Reset.
If errors occur during Firmware Download, they are logged in file
mtxcontrol.tlg. The portion of the file that informs the user of errors that
have occurred appears as follows:
DownloadErrPage.gif
Fig. 8-20:
8.9
Error message
Incorporating File Systems (Mount)
In addition to the internal root file system, the MTX offers the possibility of
incorporating external file systems using NFS. NFS (Network File System)
is a standard used to distribute file system resources in the network. An
NFS server provides one or more file systems in the network (export) that
can be mounted (import) by NFS clients.
It is possible to mount any directory onto the hard disk of the local user
panel or a USB memory stick, a disk drive or a CD/DVD drive on the USB
port of the user panel in the internal directory tree of the MTX. On the
other hand, directories on external PCs (e.g. a file server) that are
connected via the network to the local user panel can be incorporated.
If a standard installation has been made, directory c:\mnt is mounted and
the control is attached in the file system under mount point /mnt.
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Further
file
systems
are
incorporated
.
(Commands/Mount) or directly using symbol
using
the
menu
MountPage.gif
Fig. 8-21:
“Mount” dialog window
The left side of the dialog box that then opens contains a list of the
currently incorporated directories (MOUNT LIST). The right side (MOUNT
PATH) shows the file system of the local PC. Additional directories that
are also to be incorporated can be selected by navigating in this area.
Using the Dialog Box
Arrow Keys
Navigation in both areas
Double-click right mouse button
• In the MOUNT PATH area
The selected path is adopted in the list of incorporated directories. The
list can contain up to 10 entries. If an existing entry is highlighted
before the transfer, it is overwritten by the new path.
• In the MOUNT LIST area
The selected entry is removed from the list.
Ctrl+S
The same as double-clicking the right mouse button in the MOUNT PATH
area.
Function Key F2
The properties of the entry highlighted in the list of incorporated
directories can be modified. When changing the name, ensure that this
always starts with a / and that the name does not already exist in another
entry. If an error occurs, a corresponding error message is issued.
Other properties in addition to the name can be modified:
• r+
The selected directory is incorporated in read-only format. The data
can be read from the MTX, but they cannot be modified.
• rThe selected directory is incorporated in read and write format.
• c+
Activates the cache for this directory
• cDeactivates the cache for this directory
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Function Key F5
Updates the display
Escape Key
Exits the dialog box. All changes are discarded.
Return Key
Adopts the changes and closes the dialog box.
Tab Key
• Switches between the MOUNT PATH and MOUNT LIST areas.
• Closes the Edit window for the name in table MOUNT LIST.
After the dialog box is closed by pressing Enter, the entered data are
saved as boot parameters, i.e. the changes are saved in the boot
parameter file and transferred to the MTX.
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Note:
The boot parameters are evaluated only during the next
startup of the MTX, i.e. you must execute a software or
hardware reset to let the new settings go into effect.
Note:
Incorporating directories on external PCs, such as a file server
in the user panel network, can be accomplished only by
manually modifying the boot parameter file. You can find more
information in section 8.12 Boot Parameters.
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8.10 Operating a USB Stick on the MTX as a Mount Directory
Configuration
The root directory of a USB stick should be mounted. This is called "USB"
on the MTX side.
Note:
Mounting a subfolder to a USB stick is not recommended. This
causes various errors when the stick is removed in connection
with a soft reset.
USBStickMount.JPG
Fig. 8-22:
Root directory of an USB stick mounted
MTX Boot Parameter
1. Adjust file ...\IndraWorks\mtx\mtxctrl\pccpboot307078.ini as follows.
#BPAR
#STUPFILE
NFSMOUNT 192.168.142.249:/C/mnt /mnt rw c+
NFSMOUNT 192.168.142.249:/e /USB rw c#ESTUPFILE
#NET
IPADDR 0.0.0.0
SNMASK 0.0.0.0
GWADDR 0.0.0.0
#ENET
#EBPAR
Fig. 8-23:
Additional line in pccpboot307078.ini
Note:
Only one mount directory can be cached internally as "c+". All
other mounts should be identified with "c-".
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2. Select menu item “Load boot parameter” in the MTX control.
USBStickMount_LoadBootParameter.JPG
Fig. 8-24:
Load boot parameter
NFS Parameter
1. Adjust file ...\IndraWorks\mtx\bin\export.us as follows.
C:\mnt mtxctrl localhost
E:\ mtxctrl localhost
Fig. 8-25: Additional line in export.us
2. Reload (right mouse button on symbol in the taskbar)
USBStickMount_Reload_NFS.JPG
Fig. 8-26:
Reloading "export.us"
Executing an MTX Soft Reset (SR)
USBStickMount_SR.JPG
Fig. 8-27:
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8.11 Ethernet Interface
CNC module CMP 60 has an on-board Ethernet interface.
The interface is configured using the menu (Commands/Ethernet
Configuration) or directly using symbol
.
The current settings are displayed in the following entry screen.
EthernetPage.gif
Fig. 8-28:
Entry screen
The displayed parameters IP address, Subnet screen and Standard
gateway can be modified. The new values are adopted by pressing the
OK button. The entered data are saved as boot parameters, i.e. the
changes are saved in the boot parameter file and transferred to the MTX.
Note:
The boot parameter will not be evaluated until the next startup
of the MTX. A software or hardware reset must be executed
so that the new settings can go into effect.
If the entry screen is closed by pressing Cancel, all the changes are
discarded and the parameters remain as they were.
If the Ethernet interface is not configured, all parameters have a value of
zero.
Note:
The CMP 60 is integrated as a network card into the Windows
operating system. As a result, from a logic point of view, two
interfaces exist. The first interface uses the PCI bus. This
interface is used mainly for communication with the MTX
interface and with the PLC programming system. It is
configured in the Windows Control Panel.
The second interface is the Ethernet interface on the CMP 60
module (on-board), whose configuration is described here.
8.12 Boot Parameters
The MTX boot parameters are located in file mtxpboot<PCB number>.ini
in the Home directory of the control. (The PCB number can be
determined using the menu entry in the main menu – also see section 8.3
Main Menu.) In every software or hardware reset, the boot parameters
are read from this file and copied to the SRAM. Then startup occurs with
the current boot parameters.
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If the mount parameters or the Ethernet interface configuration is
changed, the set values are saved to the boot parameter file and are
copied to the SRAM.
The boot parameter file contains information about the incorporated
external file systems and the configuration parameters of the Ethernet
interface.
#BPAR
#STUPFILE
NFSMOUNT 192.168.142.249:/c/mnt /mnt rw c+
#ESTUPFILE
#NET
IPADDR 142.3.0.1
SNMASK 255.255.255.0
GWADDR 142.3.0.18
#ENET
#EBPAR
The section starting with #STUPFILE is used to input the mount
parameters; it is completed with #ESTUPFILE. An entry with keyword
NFSMOUNT exists for every incorporated file system. The listed
parameters depend on the entries made during installation. The example
above applies to the default installation.
Another section is identified by #NET and #ENET. The Ethernet interface
parameters are located in this section.
Note:
To avoid the incorrect setting of parameters, the boot
parameter file should not be modified manually. Modifications
should be made only with the corresponding MTX Control
dialog boxes (see sections 8.9 Incorporating File Systems
(Mount) and 8.11 Ethernet Interface).
8.13 User Level
Numerous functions are password-protected to prevent access to
unauthorized persons. MTX Control administrates three user levels:
• Level 0 (user):
functions that every user may use.
• Level 1 (machine manufacturer):
commands to control the MTX and the integrated PLC.
• Level 2 (service/development):
commands for specific stopping and starting of the MTX control (data
loss possible).
Higher user levels automatically also have access to all the functions of
the subordinate user level.
Changes to the user level always are in effect only until midnight. When
the date changes, the user level is automatically reset to 0. An explicit
reset can be carried out using the menu (Password/Set level 0).
If a function that is not permitted in the current user level is selected, a
request for entering the password for the required user level appears;
following is an example for user level 2:
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PasswordInputPage.gif
Fig. 8-29:
Password entry
After the correct password has been entered and confirmed by pressing
Enter, the requested function is executed. The entry can be cancelled by
pressing Esc; in this case, the requested function is not executed.
The passwords defined by Bosch Rexroth can be changed at any time.
This is accomplished using the menu (Password/Change). Then the
following entry screen is displayed:
PasswordPage.gif
Fig. 8-30:
Change password
Proceed as follows to change a password:
• Select box for password level (select the user level)
The user level for which the password is to be changed is set here.
• Enter old password
The password can be changed only by entering a valid password.
Enter the current valid password here.
• Enter new password
After the new password has been entered, it must be entered again in
the same window for confirmation. The text above the entry field
changes from Enter new password to Verify new password. If the
entries agree, the password change goes into effect by pressing the
OK button or Enter.
If Esc or the Cancel button is pressed, changing the password can be
cancelled at any time.
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8.14 Contextual Menu
If you click the right mouse button on the MTX Control symbol in the
taskbar, the MTX Control contextual menu opens. It provides the following
possibilities:
• View
MTX Control is opened. You can find a description of the most
important display and operating elements in section 8.2 Overview.
• Help
Calls online help.
• Exit
Closes MTX Control. The control continues to run anyway. This
function should not be used because, if MTX Control is inactive when
the user panel is shut down, a shutdown of the MTX is not triggered
and the data are not backed up.
8.15 Call Parameters
During installation, MTX Control is installed as a Windows service on the
user panel. Starting MTX Control as a Windows application using the
command line or using a link is thus not necessary. The following is
provided for information purposes only.
Call parameters generally begin with the character "/" or "-" (e.g. /install or
-install). The individual parameters have the following meanings:
• install
Installs MTX Control as a Windows service. This occurs during
installation.
• remove
Uninstalls Windows service MTX Control. This occurs, for example,
during uninstallation of the MTX software.
• noservice
Starts MTX Control as an application.
• task
The MTX Control symbol is shown in the taskbar if MTX Control is
active.
• view
Opens the MTX Control window.
• target <IP address or target name>
Shows the IP address or the name of the MTX with which MTX Control
is to be connected. If this parameter is missing, a connection is made
to the first MTX in the system.
• h or ?
Displays the list of parameters described here.
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Index 9-1
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9
Index
A
Administrator 2-1
B
BTV 16 1-3
BTV 40 1-3
C
CMP 40 1-2
CMP 60 1-2
E
Ethernet 1-2
H
High-speed I/O interface 1-2
I
Initial installation 2-2
IPC 40 1-3
P
PROFIBUS-DP 1-2
S
SERCOS interface 1-2
U
Uninstallation 2-12
V
VDP 16
VDP 40
VSP 16
VSP 40
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1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
9-2 Index
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10
Service & Support
10.1 Helpdesk
Unser Kundendienst-Helpdesk im Hauptwerk Lohr
am Main steht Ihnen mit Rat und Tat zur Seite.
Sie erreichen uns
-
telefonisch - by phone:
über Service Call Entry Center
- via Service Call Entry Center
Our service helpdesk at our headquarters in Lohr am
Main, Germany can assist you in all kinds of inquiries.
Contact us
+49 (0) 9352 40 50 60
Mo-Fr 07:00-18:00
Mo-Fr 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
+49 (0) 9352 40 49 41
-
per Fax - by fax:
-
per e-Mail - by e-mail: [email protected]
10.2 Service-Hotline
Außerhalb der Helpdesk-Zeiten ist der Service
direkt ansprechbar unter
After helpdesk hours,
department directly at
contact
our
service
+49 (0) 171 333 88 26
oder - or
+49 (0) 172 660 04 06
10.3 Internet
Unter www.boschrexroth.com finden Sie
ergänzende Hinweise zu Service, Reparatur und
Training sowie die aktuellen Adressen *) unserer
auf den folgenden Seiten aufgeführten Vertriebsund Servicebüros.
At www.boschrexroth.com you may find
additional notes about service, repairs and training
in the Internet, as well as the actual addresses *) of
our sales- and service facilities figuring on the
following pages.
Verkaufsniederlassungen
sales agencies
Niederlassungen mit Kundendienst
offices providing service
Außerhalb Deutschlands nehmen Sie bitte zuerst Kontakt mit
unserem für Sie nächstgelegenen Ansprechpartner auf.
*) Die Angaben in der vorliegenden Dokumentation können
seit Drucklegung überholt sein.
Please contact our sales / service office in your area first.
*) Data in the present documentation may have become
obsolete since printing.
10.4 Vor der Kontaktaufnahme... - Before contacting us...
Wir können Ihnen schnell und effizient helfen wenn
Sie folgende Informationen bereithalten:
For quick and efficient help, please have the
following information ready:
1. detaillierte Beschreibung der Störung und der
Umstände.
1. Detailed description
circumstances.
2. Angaben auf dem Typenschild der betreffenden
Produkte, insbesondere Typenschlüssel und
Seriennummern.
2. Information on the type plate of the affected
products, especially type codes and serial
numbers.
3. Tel.-/Faxnummern und e-Mail-Adresse, unter
denen Sie für Rückfragen zu erreichen sind.
3. Your phone/fax numbers and e-mail address,
so we can contact you in case of questions.
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of
the
failure
and
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10.5 Kundenbetreuungsstellen - Sales & Service Facilities
Deutschland - Germany
Vertriebsgebiet Mitte
Germany Centre
Rexroth Indramat GmbH
Bgm.-Dr.-Nebel-Str. 2 / Postf. 1357
97816 Lohr am Main / 97803 Lohr
Kompetenz-Zentrum Europa
Tel.:
Fax:
+49 (0)9352 40-0
+49 (0)9352 40-4885
vom Ausland:
from abroad:
SERVICE AUTOMATION
CALL ENTRY CENTER
Helpdesk
MO – FR
von 07:00 - 18:00 Uhr
from 7 am – 6 pm
(0) nach Landeskennziffer weglassen!
don’t dial (0) after country code!
SERVICE AUTOMATION
HOTLINE 24 / 7 / 365
außerhalb der Helpdesk-Zeit
out of helpdesk hours
Tel.: +49 (0)172 660 04 06
Tel. +49 (0) 9352 40 50 60
Fax +49 (0) 9352 40 49 41
[email protected]
oder / or
Tel.: +49 (0)171 333 88 26
SERVICE AUTOMATION
ERSATZTEILE / SPARES
verlängerte Ansprechzeit
- extended office time ♦ nur an Werktagen
- only on working days ♦ von 07:00 - 18:00 Uhr
- from 7 am - 6 pm Tel. +49 (0) 9352 40 42 22
Vertriebsgebiet Süd
Germany South
Vertriebsgebiet West
Germany West
Gebiet Südwest
Germany South-West
Bosch Rexroth AG
Landshuter Allee 8-10
80637 München
Bosch Rexroth AG
Regionalzentrum West
Borsigstrasse 15
40880 Ratingen
Bosch Rexroth AG
Service-Regionalzentrum Süd-West
Siemensstr. 1
70736 Fellbach
Tel.: +49 (0)89 127 14-0
Fax: +49 (0)89 127 14-490
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.: +49 (0)711 51046–0
Fax: +49 (0)711 51046–248
Vertriebsgebiet Nord
Germany North
Vertriebsgebiet Mitte
Germany Centre
Vertriebsgebiet Ost
Germany East
Vertriebsgebiet Ost
Germany East
Bosch Rexroth AG
Walsroder Str. 93
30853 Langenhagen
Bosch Rexroth AG
Regionalzentrum Mitte
Waldecker Straße 13
64546 Mörfelden-Walldorf
Bosch Rexroth AG
Beckerstraße 31
09120 Chemnitz
Bosch Rexroth AG
Regionalzentrum Ost
Walter-Köhn-Str. 4d
04356 Leipzig
Tel.: +49 (0) 61 05 702-3
Fax: +49 (0) 61 05 702-444
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
+49 (0) 511 72 66 57-0
Service: +49 (0) 511 72 66 57-256
Fax:
+49 (0) 511 72 66 57-93
Service: +49 (0) 511 72 66 57-783
+49 (0)2102 409-0
+49 (0)2102 409-406
+49 (0)2102 409-430
+49 (0)371 35 55-0
+49 (0)371 35 55-333
+49 (0)341 25 61-0
+49 (0)341 25 61-111
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Europa (West) - Europe (West)
vom Ausland: (0) nach Landeskennziffer weglassen,
from abroad: don’t dial (0) after country code,
Italien: 0 nach Landeskennziffer mitwählen
Italy: dial 0 after country code
Austria - Österreich
Austria – Österreich
Belgium - Belgien
Denmark - Dänemark
Bosch Rexroth GmbH
Electric Drives & Controls
Stachegasse 13
1120 Wien
Tel.:
+43 (0) 1 985 25 40
Fax:
+43 (0) 1 985 25 40-93
Bosch Rexroth GmbH
Electric Drives & Controls
Industriepark 18
4061 Pasching
Tel.:
+43 (0)7221 605-0
Fax:
+43 (0)7221 605-21
Bosch Rexroth NV/SA
Henri Genessestraat 1
1070 Bruxelles
BEC A/S
Zinkvej 6
8900 Randers
Tel: +32 (0) 2 451 26 08
Fax: +32 (0) 2 451 27 90
[email protected]
[email protected]
Tel.:
Fax:
Great Britain – Großbritannien
Finland - Finnland
France - Frankreich
France - Frankreich
Bosch Rexroth Ltd.
Electric Drives & Controls
Broadway Lane, South Cerney
Cirencester, Glos GL7 5UH
Bosch Rexroth Oy
Electric Drives & Controls
Ansatie 6
017 40 Vantaa
Tel.:
+44 (0)1285 863000
Fax:
+44 (0)1285 863030
[email protected]
[email protected]
Tel.:
Fax:
Bosch Rexroth SAS
Electric Drives & Controls
Avenue de la Trentaine
(BP. 74)
77503 Chelles Cedex
Tel.:
+33 (0)164 72-63 22
Fax:
+33 (0)164 72-63 20
Hotline: +33 (0)608 33 43 28
Bosch Rexroth SAS
Electric Drives & Controls
ZI de Thibaud, 20 bd. Thibaud
(BP. 1751)
31084 Toulouse
Tel.: +33 (0)5 61 43 61 87
Fax: +33 (0)5 61 43 94 12
France – Frankreich
Italy - Italien
Italy - Italien
Italy - Italien
Bosch Rexroth SAS
Electric Drives & Controls
91, Bd. Irène Joliot-Curie
69634 Vénissieux – Cedex
Tel.: +33 (0)4 78 78 53 65
Fax: +33 (0)4 78 78 53 62
Bosch Rexroth S.p.A.
Via G. Di Vittorio, 1
20063 Cernusco S/N.MI
Hotline: +39 02 92 365 563
Tel.:
+39 02 92 365 1
Service: +39 02 92 365 300
Fax:
+39 02 92 365 500
Service: +39 02 92 365 516
Bosch Rexroth S.p.A.
Via Paolo Veronesi, 250
10148 Torino
Bosch Rexroth S.p.A.
Via Mascia, 1
80053 Castellamare di Stabia NA
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
Italy - Italien
Italy - Italien
Netherlands - Niederlande/Holland
Netherlands – Niederlande/Holland
Bosch Rexroth S.p.A.
Via del Progresso, 16 (Zona Ind.)
35020 Padova
Bosch Rexroth S.p.A.
Via Isonzo, 61
40033 Casalecchio di Reno (Bo)
Bosch Rexroth B.V.
Kruisbroeksestraat 1
(P.O. Box 32)
5281 RV Boxtel
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
Bosch Rexroth Services B.V.
Technical Services
Kruisbroeksestraat 1
(P.O. Box 32)
5281 RV Boxtel
Tel.:
+31 (0) 411 65 19 51
Fax:
+31 (0) 411 67 78 14
Hotline: +31 (0) 411 65 19 51
[email protected]
+39 049 8 70 13 70
+39 049 8 70 13 77
+358 (0)9 84 91-11
+358 (0)9 84 91-13 60
+39 051 29 86 430
+39 051 29 86 490
+39 011 224 88 11
+39 011 224 88 30
+45 87 11 90 60
+45 87 11 90 61
+39 081 8 71 57 00
+39 081 8 71 68 85
Tel.:
+31 (0) 411 65 16 40
Fax:
+31 (0) 411 65 14 83
www.boschrexroth.nl
Norway - Norwegen
Spain – Spanien
Spain - Spanien
Spain - Spanien
Bosch Rexroth AS
Electric Drives & Controls
Berghagan 1
or: Box 3007
1405 Ski-Langhus
1402 Ski
Tel.:
+47 64 86 41 00
Goimendi Automation
Parque Empresarial Zuatzu
C/ Francisco Grandmontagne no.2
20018 San Sebastian
Bosch Rexroth S.A.
Electric Drives & Controls
Centro Industrial Santiga
Obradors s/n
08130 Santa Perpetua de Mogoda
Barcelona
Tel.:
+34 9 37 47 94 00
Fax:
+34 9 37 47 94 01
Bosch Rexroth S.A.
Electric Drives & Controls
c/ Almazara, 9
28760 Tres Cantos (Madrid)
Hotline: +47 64 86 94 82
[email protected]
Tel.:
+34 9 43 31 84 21
- service: +34 9 43 31 84 56
Fax:
+34 9 43 31 84 27
- service: +34 9 43 31 84 60
[email protected]
Sweden - Schweden
Sweden - Schweden
Switzerland East - Schweiz Ost
Switzerland West - Schweiz West
Bosch Rexroth AB
Electric Drives & Controls
- Varuvägen 7
(Service: Konsumentvägen 4, Älfsjö)
125 81 Stockholm
Bosch Rexroth AB
Electric Drives & Controls
Ekvändan 7
254 67 Helsingborg
Tel.:
+46 (0) 4 238 88 -50
Fax:
+46 (0) 4 238 88 -74
Bosch Rexroth Schweiz AG
Electric Drives & Controls
Hemrietstrasse 2
8863 Buttikon
Tel.
+41 (0) 55 46 46 111
Fax
+41 (0) 55 46 46 222
Bosch Rexroth Suisse SA
Av. Général Guisan 26
1800 Vevey 1
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
+47 64 86 90 62
+46 (0) 8 727 92 00
+46 (0) 8 647 32 77
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Tel.:
+34 91 806 24 79
Fax:
+34 91 806 24 72
[email protected]
Tel.:
Fax:
+41 (0)21 632 84 20
+41 (0)21 632 84 21
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Europa (Ost) - Europe (East)
vom Ausland: (0) nach Landeskennziffer weglassen
from abroad: don’t dial (0) after country code
Czech Republic - Tschechien
Czech Republic - Tschechien
Hungary - Ungarn
Poland – Polen
Bosch -Rexroth, spol.s.r.o.
Hviezdoslavova 5
627 00 Brno
Tel.:
+420 (0)5 48 126 358
Fax:
+420 (0)5 48 126 112
DEL a.s.
Strojírenská 38
591 01 Zdar nad Sázavou
Tel.:
+420 566 64 3144
Fax:
+420 566 62 1657
Bosch Rexroth Kft.
Angol utca 34
1149 Budapest
Tel.:
+36 (1) 422 3200
Fax:
+36 (1) 422 3201
Bosch Rexroth Sp.zo.o.
ul. Staszica 1
05-800 Pruszków
Tel.:
+48 (0) 22 738 18 00
– service: +48 (0) 22 738 18 46
Fax:
+48 (0) 22 758 87 35
– service: +48 (0) 22 738 18 42
Poland – Polen
Romania - Rumänien
Romania - Rumänien
Russia - Russland
Bosch Rexroth Sp.zo.o.
Biuro Poznan
ul. Dabrowskiego 81/85
60-529 Poznan
Tel.:
+48 061 847 64 62 /-63
Fax:
+48 061 847 64 02
East Electric S.R.L.
Bdul Basarabia no.250, sector 3
73429 Bucuresti
Tel./Fax:: +40 (0)21 255 35 07
+40 (0)21 255 77 13
Fax:
+40 (0)21 725 61 21
[email protected]
Bosch Rexroth Sp.zo.o.
Str. Drobety nr. 4-10, app. 14
70258 Bucuresti, Sector 2
Tel.:
+40 (0)1 210 48 25
+40 (0)1 210 29 50
Fax:
+40 (0)1 210 29 52
Bosch Rexroth OOO
Wjatskaja ul. 27/15
127015 Moskau
Tel.:
+7-095-785 74 78
+7-095 785 74 79
Fax:
+7 095 785 74 77
[email protected]
Russia Belarus - Weissrussland
Turkey - Türkei
Turkey - Türkei
Slowenia - Slowenien
ELMIS
10, Internationalnaya
246640 Gomel, Belarus
Tel.:
+375/ 232 53 42 70
+375/ 232 53 21 69
Fax:
+375/ 232 53 37 69
[email protected]
Bosch Rexroth Otomasyon
San & Tic. A..S.
Fevzi Cakmak Cad No. 3
34630 Sefaköy Istanbul
Servo Kontrol Ltd. Sti.
Perpa Ticaret Merkezi B Blok
Kat: 11 No: 1609
80270 Okmeydani-Istanbul
DOMEL
Otoki 21
64 228 Zelezniki
Tel.:
+90 212 413 34 00
Fax:
+90 212 413 34 17
www.boschrexroth.com.tr
Tel:
+90 212 320 30 80
Fax:
+90 212 320 30 81
[email protected]
www.servokontrol.com
Tel.:
+386 5 5117 152
Fax:
+386 5 5117 225
[email protected]
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Service & Support 10-5
Software Installation
Africa, Asia, Australia - incl. Pacific Rim
Australia - Australien
Australia - Australien
China
China
AIMS - Australian Industrial
Machinery Services Pty. Ltd.
28 Westside Drive
Laverton North Vic 3026
Melbourne
Bosch Rexroth Pty. Ltd.
No. 7, Endeavour Way
Braeside Victoria, 31 95
Melbourne
Shanghai Bosch Rexroth
Hydraulics & Automation Ltd.
Waigaoqiao, Free Trade Zone
No.122, Fu Te Dong Yi Road
Shanghai 200131 - P.R.China
Shanghai Bosch Rexroth
Hydraulics & Automation Ltd.
4/f, Marine Tower
No.1, Pudong Avenue
Shanghai 200120 - P.R.China
Tel.:
+61 3 93 14 3321
Fax:
+61 3 93 14 3329
Hotlines: +61 3 93 14 3321
+61 4 19 369 195
[email protected]
Tel.:
+61 3 95 80 39 33
Fax:
+61 3 95 80 17 33
[email protected]
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel:
Fax:
China
China
China
China
Bosch Rexroth China Ltd.
15/F China World Trade Center
1, Jianguomenwai Avenue
Beijing 100004, P.R.China
Bosch Rexroth China Ltd.
Guangzhou Repres. Office
Room 1014-1016, Metro Plaza,
Tian He District, 183 Tian He Bei Rd
Guangzhou 510075, P.R.China
Bosch Rexroth (China) Ltd.
A-5F., 123 Lian Shan Street
Sha He Kou District
Dalian 116 023, P.R.China
Melchers GmbH
BRC-SE, Tightening & Press-fit
13 Floor Est Ocean Centre
No.588 Yanan Rd. East
65 Yanan Rd. West
Shanghai 200001
Tel.: +86 10 65 05 03 80
Fax: +86 10 65 05 03 79
Tel.:
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
+86 20 8755-0030
+86 20 8755-0011
+86 20 8755-2387
Fax:
+86 21 58 66 30 30
+86 21 58 66 55 23
+86 21 68 86 15 88
+86 21 58 40 65 77
[email protected]
[email protected]
+86 411 46 78 930
+86 411 46 78 932
+86 21 6352 8848
+86 21 6351 3138
Hongkong
India - Indien
India - Indien
India - Indien
Bosch Rexroth (China) Ltd.
6th Floor,
Yeung Yiu Chung No.6 Ind Bldg.
19 Cheung Shun Street
Cheung Sha Wan,
Kowloon, Hongkong
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Electric Drives & Controls
Plot. No.96, Phase III
Peenya Industrial Area
Bangalore – 560058
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
Electric Drives & Controls
Advance House, II Floor
Ark Industrial Compound
Narol Naka, Makwana Road
Andheri (East), Mumbai - 400 059
Bosch Rexroth (India) Ltd.
S-10, Green Park Extension
New Delhi – 110016
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.: +91 22 28 56 32 90
+91 22 28 56 33 18
Fax: +91 22 28 56 32 93
Tel.:
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Japan
Japan
Korea
+852 22 62 51 00
+852 27 41 33 44
[email protected]
Indonesia - Indonesien
+91 80 51 17 0-211...-218
+91 80 83 94 345
+91 80 83 97 374
Fax:
+91 11 26 56 65 25
+91 11 26 56 65 27
+91 11 26 56 68 87
PT. Bosch Rexroth
Building # 202, Cilandak
Commercial Estate
Jl. Cilandak KKO, Jakarta 12560
Bosch Rexroth Automation Corp.
Service Center Japan
Yutakagaoka 1810, Meito-ku,
NAGOYA 465-0035, Japan
Bosch Rexroth Automation Corp.
Electric Drives & Controls
2F, I.R. Building
Nakamachidai 4-26-44, Tsuzuki-ku
YOKOHAMA 224-0041, Japan
Bosch Rexroth-Korea Ltd.
Electric Drives and Controls
Bongwoo Bldg. 7FL, 31-7, 1Ga
Jangchoong-dong, Jung-gu
Seoul, 100-391
Tel.: +62 21 7891169 (5 lines)
Fax: +62 21 7891170 - 71
[email protected]
Tel.: +81 52 777 88 41
+81 52 777 88 53
+81 52 777 88 79
Fax: +81 52 777 89 01
Tel.: +81 45 942 72 10
Fax: +81 45 942 03 41
Tel.:
Fax:
Korea
Malaysia
Singapore - Singapur
South Africa - Südafrika
Bosch Rexroth-Korea Ltd.
1515-14 Dadae-Dong, Saha-gu
Electric Drives & Controls
Pusan Metropolitan City, 604-050
Bosch Rexroth Sdn.Bhd.
11, Jalan U8/82, Seksyen U8
40150 Shah Alam
Selangor, Malaysia
Bosch Rexroth Pte Ltd
15D Tuas Road
Singapore 638520
TECTRA Automation (Pty) Ltd.
100 Newton Road, Meadowdale
Edenvale 1609
Tel.:
+82 51 26 00 741
Fax:
+82 51 26 00 747
[email protected]
Tel.:
+60 3 78 44 80 00
Fax:
+60 3 78 45 48 00
[email protected]
[email protected]
Tel.:
+65 68 61 87 33
Fax:
+65 68 61 18 25
sanjay.nemade
@boschrexroth.com.sg
Tel.:
+27 11 971 94 00
Fax:
+27 11 971 94 40
Hotline: +27 82 903 29 23
[email protected]
Taiwan
Taiwan
Thailand
Bosch Rexroth Co., Ltd.
Taichung Industrial Area
No.19, 38 Road
Taichung, Taiwan 407, R.O.C.
Tel :
+886 - 4 -235 08 383
Fax:
+886 - 4 -235 08 586
[email protected]
[email protected]
Bosch Rexroth Co., Ltd.
Tainan Branch
No. 17, Alley 24, Lane 737
Chung Cheng N.Rd. Yungkang
Tainan Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
NC Advance Technology Co. Ltd.
59/76 Moo 9
Ramintra road 34
Tharang, Bangkhen,
Bangkok 10230
Tel :
+886 - 6 –253 6565
Fax:
+886 - 6 –253 4754
[email protected]
Tel.:
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+66 2 943 70 62
+66 2 943 71 21
Fax:
+66 2 509 23 62
Hotline
+66 1 984 61 52
[email protected]
+82 234 061 813
+82 222 641 295
10-6 Service & Support
Software Installation
Nordamerika - North America
USA
Headquarters - Hauptniederlassung
Bosch Rexroth Corporation
Electric Drives & Controls
5150 Prairie Stone Parkway
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192-3707
Tel.:
+1 847 645-3600
Fax:
+1 847 645-6201
[email protected]
[email protected]
USA Central Region - Mitte
USA Southeast Region - Südost
Bosch Rexroth Corporation
Electric Drives & Controls
1701 Harmon Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Bosch Rexroth Corporation
Electric Drives & Controls
2810 Premiere Parkway, Suite 500
Duluth, GA 30097
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
+1 248 393-3330
+1 248 393-2906
USA Northeast Region – Nordost
USA West Region – West
Bosch Rexroth Corporation
Electric Drives & Controls
99 Rainbow Road
East Granby, CT 06026
Bosch Rexroth Corporation
Electric Drives & Controls
7901 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 220
Pleasanton, CA 94588
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
Fax:
+1 860 844-8377
+1 860 844-8595
USA SERVICE-HOTLINE
- 7 days x 24hrs -
+1-800-REXROTH
+1 678 957-4050
+1 678 417-6637
+1 800 739-7684
+1 925 227-1084
+1 925 227-1081
Canada East - Kanada Ost
Canada West - Kanada West
Mexico
Mexico
Bosch Rexroth Canada Corporation
Burlington Division
3426 Mainway Drive
Burlington, Ontario
Canada L7M 1A8
Bosch Rexroth Canada Corporation
5345 Goring St.
Burnaby, British Columbia
Canada V7J 1R1
Bosch Rexroth Mexico S.A. de C.V.
Calle Neptuno 72
Unidad Ind. Vallejo
07700 Mexico, D.F.
Bosch Rexroth S.A. de C.V.
Calle Argentina No 3913
Fracc. las Torres
64930 Monterrey, N.L.
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.
Fax
Tel.:
Fax:
Tel.:
+1 905 335 5511
+1 905 335 4184
+1 604 205 5777
+1 604 205 6944
+52 55 57 54 17 11
+52 55 57 54 50 73
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Fax:
+52 81 83 65 22 53
+52 81 83 65 89 11
+52 81 83 49 80 91
+52 81 83 65 52 80
Südamerika - South America
Argentina - Argentinien
Argentina - Argentinien
Brazil - Brasilien
Brazil - Brasilien
Bosch Rexroth S.A.I.C.
"The Drive & Control Company"
Rosario 2302
B1606DLD Carapachay
Provincia de Buenos Aires
NAKASE
Servicio Tecnico CNC
Calle 49, No. 5764/66
B1653AOX Villa Balester
Provincia de Buenos Aires
Bosch Rexroth Ltda.
Av. Tégula, 888
Ponte Alta, Atibaia SP
CEP 12942-440
Bosch Rexroth Ltda.
R. Dr.Humberto Pinheiro Vieira, 100
Distrito Industrial [Caixa Postal 1273]
89220-390 Joinville - SC
Tel.:
Tel.:
+54 11 4768 36 43
Fax:
+54 11 4768 24 13
Hotline: +54 11 155 307 6781
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] (Service)
Tel.:
Tel./Fax: +55 47 473 58 33
Mobil:
+55 47 9974 6645
[email protected]
+54 11 4756 01 40
+54 11 4756 02 40
+54 11 4756 03 40
+54 11 4756 04 40
Fax:
+54 11 4756 01 36
+54 11 4721 91 53
[email protected]
+55 11 4414 56 92
+55 11 4414 56 84
Fax sales: +55 11 4414 57 07
Fax serv.: +55 11 4414 56 86
[email protected]
Columbia - Kolumbien
Reflutec de Colombia Ltda.
Calle 37 No. 22-31
Santafé de Bogotá, D.C.
Colombia
Tel.:
+57 1 368 82 67
+57 1 368 02 59
Fax:
+57 1 268 97 37
[email protected]
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Software Installation
Notes
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Bosch Rexroth AG
Electric Drives and Controls
P.O. Box 13 57
97803 Lohr, Germany
Bgm.-Dr.-Nebel-Str. 2
97816 Lohr, Germany
Phone +49 (0)93 52-40-50 60
Fax
+49 (0)93 52-40-49 41
[email protected]
www.boschrexroth.com
R911314880
Printed in Germany
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