User Manual P Line Outdoor Touch Panel
User Manual
P Line Outdoor Touch Panel
Part Number:
80860.798
Version:
2
Date:
2013-08-14
Valid for:
TPE057ZGV
TPE070ZGW
TPE121ZGS
TPE150ZGX
P Line Outdoor Touch Panel
Version
1
2
Date
2012-05-04
2013-08-14
Modifications
First edition
TPE121ZGS, TPE150ZGX added.
This manual, including all illustrations contained herein, is copyright protected. Use of this manual by any third
party in departure from the copyright provision is forbidden. No part of this manual may be reproduced, translated or electronically or photographically archived or altered without the express written consent from Sütron
electronic GmbH. Violations shall be cause for damage liability.
Sütron electronic reserves the right to make any changes that contribute to technical improvement.
P Line Outdoor Touch Panel
Overall Table of Contents
Overall Table of Contents
1
2
Important Notes .......................................................................................................... 7
1.1
Symbols ....................................................................................................... 7
1.2
Safety Notes ................................................................................................ 7
1.3
Intended Use................................................................................................ 8
1.4
Target Group................................................................................................ 8
Installation and Commissioning .................................................................................. 9
2.1
Unpacking the Device .................................................................................. 9
2.2
Mounting the Device .................................................................................... 9
2.2.1
Front Panel Dimensions ....................................................................... 10
2.2.1.1
TPE057ZGV ................................................................................................................ 10
2.2.1.2
TPE070ZGW ...............................................................................................................11
2.2.1.3
TPE121ZGS ................................................................................................................ 12
2.2.1.4
TPE150ZGX ................................................................................................................ 13
2.2.2
Mounting Cutout ................................................................................... 14
2.2.2.1
TPE057ZGV ................................................................................................................ 14
2.2.2.2
TPE070ZGW ...............................................................................................................15
2.2.2.3
TPE121ZGS ................................................................................................................ 16
2.2.2.4
TPE150ZGX ................................................................................................................ 17
2.2.3
Side View, Mounting Depth .................................................................. 18
2.2.3.1
TPE057ZGV ................................................................................................................ 18
2.2.3.2
TPE070ZGW ...............................................................................................................19
2.2.3.3
TPE121ZGS ................................................................................................................ 20
2.2.3.4
TPE150ZGX ................................................................................................................ 21
2.3
2.3.1
Supply Voltage...................................................................................... 22
2.3.2
Grounding ............................................................................................. 23
2.4
Switching On.............................................................................................. 24
2.4.1
Cockpit .................................................................................................. 24
2.4.1.1
Menu Structure ............................................................................................................ 25
2.4.1.2
Settings and Functions ................................................................................................ 26
2.4.1.2.1
Language Selection............................................................................................... 26
2.4.1.2.2
FTP........................................................................................................................ 26
2.4.1.2.3
Date and Time....................................................................................................... 26
2.4.1.2.4
Administration........................................................................................................27
2.4.1.2.5
Network ................................................................................................................. 29
2.4.1.2.6
Password............................................................................................................... 29
2.4.1.2.7
Update................................................................................................................... 30
2.4.1.2.8
Display................................................................................................................... 31
2.4.1.2.9
File Manager ......................................................................................................... 31
2.5
3
Connecting the Device............................................................................... 22
Identification............................................................................................... 32
Control and Display Elements .................................................................................. 33
3.1
Touch Screen............................................................................................. 33
3.2
Display ....................................................................................................... 33
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Overall Table of Contents
4
Interfaces of the Device ............................................................................................ 35
4.1
Pin Assignment ..................................................................................... 36
4.1.2
Cable..................................................................................................... 36
4.1.3
Diagnosis .............................................................................................. 37
4.2.1
4.3
Serial Interfaces ......................................................................................... 38
RS422 / RS485 (X14) ........................................................................... 39
Pin Assignment............................................................................................................ 39
4.3.1.2
Termination.................................................................................................................. 40
4.3.1.3
Transmitter Control...................................................................................................... 41
4.3.1.4
Diagnosis..................................................................................................................... 41
4.3.2
RS232 (X11) ......................................................................................... 42
4.3.2.1
Pin Assignment............................................................................................................ 42
4.3.2.2
Diagnosis..................................................................................................................... 42
Field Bus Interfaces ................................................................................... 43
4.4.1
CAN (X12, X13) .................................................................................... 43
4.4.1.1
Pin Assignment............................................................................................................ 44
4.4.1.2
Cable ........................................................................................................................... 45
4.4.1.3
Termination.................................................................................................................. 45
4.4.1.4
Diagnosis..................................................................................................................... 45
Memory Card ............................................................................................. 46
4.5.1
Inserting the memory card .................................................................... 46
4.5.2
Ejecting the memory card ..................................................................... 46
4.6
4
Cable..................................................................................................... 37
4.3.1.1
4.5
7
USB............................................................................................................ 37
4.3.1
4.4
6
Ethernet...................................................................................................... 36
4.1.1
4.2
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Shielding D-SUB Connectors..................................................................... 47
Maintenance and Servicing....................................................................................... 49
5.1
Maintenance Interval.................................................................................. 49
5.2
Front Panel................................................................................................. 49
5.3
Fuse ........................................................................................................... 49
5.4
Battery........................................................................................................ 49
5.4.1
Changing the Battery ............................................................................ 50
5.4.2
Battery Disposal .................................................................................... 51
Technical Data .......................................................................................................... 53
6.1
General ...................................................................................................... 53
6.2
TPE057ZGV............................................................................................... 56
6.3
TPE070ZGW.............................................................................................. 58
6.4
TP121ZGS ................................................................................................. 60
6.5
TPE150ZGX............................................................................................... 62
Ordering Data............................................................................................................ 65
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Overall Table of Contents
Index ......................................................................................................................... 67
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Important Notes
Important Notes
1.1
Symbols
The symbols in this manual are used to draw your attention on notes and dangers.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER
This indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING
This indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
CAUTION
This indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor
or moderate injury.
NOTICE
This symbol together with the signal word NOTE and the accompanying text
alert the reader to a situation which may cause damage or malfunction to the
device, hardware/software, or surrounding property.
This symbol and the accompanying text provide the reader with additional information or refer to detailed sources of information.
1.2
Safety Notes
–
Read this manual carefully before using the operating device. Keep this manual in a place where it is always accessible to all users.
–
Proper transportation, handling and storage, placement and installation of this
product are prerequisites for its subsequent flawless and safe operation.
–
This user manual contains the most important information for the safe operation of the device.
–
The user manual, in particular the safety notes, must be observed by all personnel working with the device.
–
Observe the accident prevention rules and regulations that apply to the operating site.
–
Installation and operation must only be carried out by qualified and trained
personnel.
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1.3
Intended Use
–
The device is designed for use in the industry.
–
The device is state-of-the art and has been built to the latest standard safety
requirements. However, dangerous situations or damage to the machine itself
or other property can arise from the use of this device.
–
The device fulfills the requirements of the EMC directives and harmonized European standards. Any modifications to the system can influence the EMC behavior.
NOTICE: Radio Interference
This is a class A device. This device may cause radio interference in residential
areas. In this case, the user may be required to introduce appropriate countermeasures, and to bear the cost of same.
1.4
Target Group
The use of products described in this manual is oriented exclusively to:
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Qualified electricians or persons instructed by them, who are familiar with applicable standards and other regulations regarding electrical engineering and,
in particular, the relevant safety concepts.
–
Qualified application programmers and software engineers, who are familiar
with the safety concepts of automation technology and applicable standards.
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Installation and Commissioning
2.1
Unpacking the Device
Unpack all parts carefully and check the contents for any visible damage in transit.
Also check whether the shipment matches the specifications on your delivery
note.
If you notice damages in transit or discrepancies, please contact us immediately.
2.2
Mounting the Device
NOTICE: Damage
When installing the device, leave a gap of at least 30 mm (1.181") around the
device to ensure sufficient air circulation.
NOTICE: Damage
When the operating device is installed horizontally, please note that additional
sources of heat beneath the operating device may result in heat accumulation.
Make sure to allow sufficient heat dissipation!
Please observe the permissible temperature range specified in the technical
data of the user manual when operating the device.
NOTICE: Damage
To maintain the specified degree of protection, make sure the seal is evenly
seated on the installation surface and the hexagon nuts are tightened uniformly
to a maximum torque of 1 Nm.
The operating device can be easily and quickly mounted from the rear of the operating device. A panel thickness of approx. 1 mm to 6 mm (0.039" to 0.236") is
permitted for proper mounting.
1. Cut out the mounting rectangle from the mounting plate.
2. Drill the holes with the given diameter.
3. Remove the burrs from the cutting edges and drillings.
4. Insert the operating device from the front through the mounting cutout.
5. Fasten the operating device using hexagon nuts.
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2.2.1
Front Panel Dimensions
2.2.1.1
TPE057ZGV
Figure 2-1
TPE057ZGV
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2.2.1.2
TPE070ZGW
Figure 2-2
TPE070ZGW
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2.2.1.3
TPE121ZGS
Figure 2-3
TPE121ZGS
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2.2.1.4
TPE150ZGX
Figure 2-4
TPE150ZGX
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2.2.2
Mounting Cutout
2.2.2.1
TPE057ZGV
Figure 2-5
TPE057ZGV
A Mounting Cutout
B Front Panel
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2.2.2.2
TPE070ZGW
Figure 2-6
TPE070ZGW
A Mounting Cutout
B Front Panel
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2.2.2.3
TPE121ZGS
Figure 2-7
TPE121ZGS
A Mounting Cutout
B Front Panel
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2.2.2.4
TPE150ZGX
Figure 2-8
TPE150ZGX
A Mounting Cutout
B Front Panel
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2.2.3
Side View, Mounting Depth
2.2.3.1
TPE057ZGV
Figure 2-9
TPE057ZGV
1
Front Panel
2
Circumferential Seal
3
Press-in Threaded Bolt M4 x 16 mm (0.629")
4
Mounting Surface Thickness 1 mm to 6 mm (0.039" to 0.236")
5
Spring Lock Washer B4 DIN 127 Form B (not supplied)
6
Nut M4 DIN 934 (not supplied)
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2.2.3.2
Figure 2-10
TPE070ZGW
TPE070ZGW
1
Front Panel
2
Circumferential Seal
3
Press-in Threaded Bolt M4 x 16 mm (0.629")
4
Mounting Surface Thickness 1 mm to 6 mm (0.039" to 0.236")
5
Spring Lock Washer B4 DIN 127 Form B (not supplied)
6
Nut M4 DIN 934 (not supplied)
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2.2.3.3
Figure 2-11
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TPE121ZGS
TPE121ZGS
1
Front Panel
2
Circumferential Seal
3
Press-in Threaded Bolt M4 x 16 mm (0.629")
4
Mounting Surface Thickness 1 mm to 6 mm (0.039" to 0.236")
5
Spring Lock Washer B4 DIN 127 Form B (not supplied)
6
Nut M4 DIN 934 (not supplied)
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Figure 2-12
TPE150ZGX
TPE150ZGX
1
Front Panel
2
Circumferential Seal
3
Press-in Threaded Bolt M4 x 16 mm (0.629")
4
Mounting Surface Thickness 1 mm to 6 mm (0.039" to 0.236")
5
Spring Lock Washer B4 DIN 127 Form B (not supplied)
6
Nut M4 DIN 934 (not supplied)
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2.3
Connecting the Device
2.3.1
Supply Voltage
The supply voltage is supplied via pin strip X1. A suitable socket strip is supplied.
Refer to the technical data for the permissible supply voltage of the operating device.
The device has reverse polarity protection. In case of wrong polarity, the device
will not operate.
This is a protection class I device. For safe operation, safety extra-low voltage
(SELV) in accordance with DIN EN 61131 must be used for the supply voltage.
Connector in the operating device: 3 pin pin strip
Table 2-1
Pin
Pin assignment supply voltage
Designation
1
2
Function
Noiseless ground / functional earth ground (FE)
0V
3
Supply voltage 0 V (GND)
24 V
Supply voltage
24 V
NOTICE: Damage
Cables with finely stranded copper conductors with a minimum cross-section of
0.75 mm² (18 AWG) and a maximum cross-section of 2.5 mm² (14 AWG) must
be used for the supply voltage.
You must adhere to the following torques at the connector:
Screw connection of terminal blocks: 0.22 Nm (minimal) to 0.25 Nm (maximum)
Screw flange: 0.3 Nm (maximum)
DANGER: Hazardous voltages
Hazardous voltages can exist inside electrical installations that can pose a danger to humans. Coming in contact with live parts may result in electric shock!
Use the following procedure to connect the device to the supply voltage:
1. Strip approx. 30 mm (1.181") off the outer cable sheath and approx. 5 mm
(0.197") off the wires.
Figure 2-13
Preparing the cable
2. Fit the wires with wire end ferrules and connect the wires to the socket strip.
3. Plug the socket strip onto pin strip X1.
4. Secure the socket strip in place with a screw-type locking to prevent it from
slipping out.
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Grounding
The grounding is performed - depending on the type of device - with a slip-on
sleeve (noiseless ground / functional earth ground) or a ring cable lug (protective
ground).
NOTICE: Damage
A separate copper conductor must always be provided for the grounding. The
conductor must have a minimum cross-section of 1.5 mm² (16 AWG) and must
be kept as short as possible.
You must adhere to a maximum torque of 1 Nm at an protective grounding on
the threaded bolt.
1. Strip approx. 5 mm (0.197") off the wires.
2. Fit the stripped wires - depending on the type of device - with a slip-on sleeve
or a ring cable lug.
3. Plug the slip-on sleeve on the flat tab or mount the ring cable lug with the nut
to the threaded bolt.
Figure 2-14
Noiseless ground / protective ground
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Switching On
When switching on the operating system loads. The interface for SD/SDHC cards
is available for applications and other data.
2.4.1
Cockpit
The operating device allows you - by starting the cockpit during the startup phase
- to make changes to the device configuration.
Start cockpit at system
startup
To start the cockpit, do the following:
1. Wait during the startup phase until the following dialog is displayed:
Figure 2-15
Cockpit startup phase
2. Press the button to start the cockpit before the progress bar is down.
You can customize the language of the cockpit interface at the language menu
item.
3. Press the button Language Selection.
4. Select the desired language.
5. Confirm your selection with the green check.
Using desktop icon to
start cockpit
You can start the cockpit via the desktop icon at already started operating devices
with active desktop:
1. Briefly press twice on the desktop icon.
2. Press the button to start the cockpit before the progress bar is down.
You can customize the language of the cockpit interface at the language menu
item.
3. Press the button Language Selection.
4. Select the desired language.
5. Confirm your selection with the green check.
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2.4.1.1
Menu Structure
Start
Normal
Cockpit
Language Selection
English
German
FTP
Current Users
Add User
Delete User
Date and Time
Administration
Administration
Start Batch File
Apply Admin.ini
Registry
Restore Default
Registry
Save Registry
Fonts
Don’t Install Fonts
Fonts Directory
Information
Network
IP Address
WINS / DNS
Device Name
SNTP
Password
Update
Image
Bootloader
Backup
Backup Device
Restore Backup
Display
Brightness
Orientation
Calibrate Touch
File Manager
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Settings and Functions
Some settings are password-protected. The default password is "+-+-".
2.4.1.2.1
Language Selection
You can customize the language of the cockpit interface at the language menu
item.
1. Select the desired language.
2. Confirm your selection with the green check.
2.4.1.2.2
FTP
You can configure FTP access to the operating device via the FTP menu.
Current Users
The list box displays all existing FTP users.
Add User
1. Enter a user name and password for the new FTP user.
2. Press the Add User button.
To change the password of an existing user, follow these steps:
1. Select the user name in the list box.
2. Enter the new password.
3. Press the Add User button to confirm the password.
Delete User
1. Select a user name in the Current Users list.
2. Press the Delete User button to delete the selected user.
Allow anonymous
This option allows FTP access with the user name and password „Anonymous“:
1. Select the Allow anonymous option.
2. Confirm your selection with the green check.
3. Restart the operating device for the changes to take effect.
2.4.1.2.3
Date and Time
You set up date, time and time zone via the Date and Time menu item.
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Administration
The Administration menu allows you to run the Project.bat or Admin.ini and
backup and restore the registry. In addition, you see device information.
Administration
Start Batch File
1. Open your FTP program or the Windows Explorer and enter the ip address of
the operating device (example: ftp://149.208.160.232).
2. Download an existing file „project.bat“ from the root directory on your local file
system or create a new file with this name.
3. Edit the file „project.bat“ with your favorite editor (e.g. „Notepad“) and add the
following content:
\FlashDrv\MyFolder\MyProgram.exe -parameter
With the appropriate paths, different memory areas of the operating device can
be accessed. Some paths are dependent on the product line of the operating
device:
Product line(s)
Memory type
Path
All
USB stick
\HardDisk\
S Line, E Line, M Line,
P Line
Internal
\FlashDrv\
E Line, M Line, P Line
Memory card
\StorageCard\
4. Save the file.
5. Copy the file „project.bat“ with the FTP program or the Windows Explorer into
the root directory of the operating device.
6. Restart the operating device and press the cockpit button during startup.
7. Press the button Administration.
8. Press Administration to activate the area.
9. Press the Start Batch File button.
Your application will be started immediately.
Apply Admin.ini
1. Edit the file „Admin.ini“ in the root directory of your USB stick with your favorite
editor (e.g. „Notepad“).
If the „Admin.ini“ does not exist, create the file.
2. Add the desired functions (see table) to the file or edit an existing entry.
3. Save the file.
4. Insert a USB stick into the female connector of the operating device.
5. Press the cockpit button during startup of the operating device.
6. Press the button Administration.
7. Press Administration to activate the area.
8. Press the Apply Admin.ini button.
The activated parameters are confirmed with a dialog.
9. Confirm this and the following dialogs with the OK button to complete the administration.
10. Remove the USB stick and restart the operating device.
Observe upper and lower case for all entries!
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Possible contents for the Admin.ini file:
Registry
Start=explorer.exe
Starts the explorer
Start=MyProgram.exe
Starts the application MyProgram.exe
Initial directory is windows. Use the following syntax
to start an application on the usb stick:
Start=\\\\HardDisk\\MyProgram.exe
Use multiple entries to start several applications.
Registry=Default
Destroys the current registry and activates the default registry of the image. The change becomes effective on the next device reboot.
Lock=On
The button to start the cockpit is locked.
The button is only active when a USB stick with the
file Admin.ini is detected.
Lock=Off
The button to start the cockpit is activated.
Mode=Development
The shell has full functionality.
The change becomes effective on the next device
reboot.
Mode=Standard
The Shell is restricted: No task bar and task switch
available. Desktop contains the cockpit icon only.
The change becomes effective on the next device
reboot.
DeviceName=MyName
Defines the device name of the operating device
;DeviceName=MyName
Comment, no impact
Restore Default Registry
Destroys the current registry and activates the default registry of the image.
Save Registry
The registry is saved completely.
Fonts
Install Fonts
The fonts in the default directory or user-specific directory will be installed automatically when you start the operating device.
Depending on the number and size of fonts, the system start-up take correspondingly more time.
Fonts Directory
The fonts in this directory are used if the „Install Fonts“ option is active. If no directory is given the appropriate default directory is used:
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Product line(s)
Memory type
Default directory
S Line
Internal
\FlashDrv\Fonts\
E Line, M Line,
P Line
Memory card
\StorageCard\Fonts\
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Information
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The following informations are displayed:
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Device type,
–
Serial number,
–
Image name,
–
Image date,
–
Operating system,
–
Operating system version.
2.4.1.2.5
Network
You can configure the network settings with the Network menu item.
IP Address
Use Dynamic IP (DHCP)
The network configuration is automatically obtained from the DHCP server.
Confirm your selection with the green check.
Use Static IP
Manually assign an ip address, subnet mask and gateway of the operating device.
Confirm your selection with the green check.
WINS / DNS
Optionally, enter the addresses for the WINS / DNS server.
Confirm your selection with the green check.
The input fields are only active when you set up a static ip.
Device Name
You can define a device name with a maximum of 15 characters. Via network, the
device can be accessed with the device name instead of the ip address.
Confirm your selection with the green check.
SNTP
Enter the address of an intranet or internet time server. Define an interval in milliseconds for time synchronization.
Confirm your selection with the green check.
2.4.1.2.6
Password
The menu item Password allows you to protect certain menu items in the cockpit
with a password.
Current password
1. Enter a password for the protected menu items.
2. Confirm your selection with the green check.
Password protected
1. Select the menu items which shall get a password protection.
2. Confirm your selection with the green check.
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Update
You can update the image and the bootloader with the menu item Update. The
image includes the operating system and product-specific data. The bootloader
starts the operating system and product-specific functions.
Image
Start update
1. Press the Open button.
2. Navigate with the dialog into the folder with the image file.
3. Select the image file.
4. Press the OK button.
5. Press the Start Update button.
6. Press the OK button at the dialog to start the update.
NOTICE
Please do not interrupt the power supply during the process. After canceling an
process, the operating device may not be operational anymore.
The successful update will be confirmed with a dialog.
7. Restart the operating device.
Bootloader
Start update
1. Press the Open button.
2. Navigate with the dialog into the folder with the bootloader file.
3. Select the bootloader file.
4. Press the OK button.
5. Press the Start Update button.
6. Press the OK button at the dialog to start the update.
NOTICE
Do not interrupt the power supply during the process. After canceling an process, the operating device may not be operational anymore.
The successful update will be confirmed with a dialog.
7. Restart the operating device.
Backup
Backup Device
1. Insert a USB stick into the female connector of the operating device.
2. Press the button Backup Device.
The files are copied to the directory "Backup" on the USB stick. If there is already
a "Backup“ directory with data on the USB stick the backup is not performed.
The successful backup will be confirmed with a dialog.
Restore Backup
NOTICE
When restoring the backup all data in the flash memory of the operating device
will be deleted.
The process of backup and restore all settings is possible only with identical device types.
1. Insert a USB stick into the female connector of the operating device.
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2. Press the Restore Backup button.
NOTICE
Do not interrupt the power supply during the process. After canceling an process, the operating device may not be operational anymore.
The backup files are copied from the directory "Backup" to the flash memory of
the operating device.
The successful update will be confirmed with a dialog.
3. Restart the operating device.
2.4.1.2.8
Display
You can carry out settings such as brightness and orientation of the display and
the calibration of the touch via the Display menu item.
Brightness
1. Adjust the brightness using the slider or the arrow symbols.
2. Confirm your selection with the green check.
Dim Backlight
The brightness of the backlight is reduced after the defined time (minutes). The
value „0“ disables the function.
Switch Off Backlight
The brightness of the backlight is switched off after the defined time (minutes).
The value „0“ disables the function.
Orientation
1. Turn the orientation using the buttons Turn left and Turn right to the desired
position.
2. Confirm your selection with the green check.
Depending on device type, the new orientation is accepted immediately or after a
reboot of the operating device.
3. Press the OK button.
Calibrate Touch
1. Press the Recalibrate button.
Depending on device type the calibration is automatically started immediately or
after a reboot of the operating device.
2. Press the displayed marks to calibrate the touch.
2.4.1.2.9
File Manager
Use the file manager to copy files and directories between the storage medias
(USB stick <-> device memory). You can also delete files and directories.
Copy file(s) / folder(s)
1. Select one or multiple files / folders.
2. Press the << button to copy the data to the USB stick or >> to copy the data
on the device memory.
Delete file(s) / folder(s)
1. Select one or multiple file(s) / folder(s).
2. Press the Delete button to delete the data from the USB stick or the device
memory.
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2.5
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Identification
The operating device can be identified using the nameplate on the rear of the device.
Figure 2-16
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Nameplate (example)
1
Order number
2
Version key (at time of delivery)
3
MAC address
4
Voltage and power specification
5
Serial number
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Control and Display Elements
Control and Display Elements
3.1
Touch Screen
The device is equipped with a touch screen. You operate the device using this
touch screen.
3.2
Display
DANGER: Toxic
If the display is damaged, avoid touching, swallowing or breathing in the liquids
or gases which may leak out!
DANGER: Corrosive
If the display is damaged, avoid touching, swallowing or breathing in the liquids
or gases which may leak out!
The operating device is equipped with different displays depending on variant.
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Interfaces of the Device
Interfaces of the Device
Figure 4-1
Rear view
1
Slot for SD / SDHC Memory Card
2
Ethernet X7 (10/100/1000 MBit)
3
Female Connector X2 - X5 (USB Host - Type A)
4
Supply Voltage
5
Threaded Bolt For Protective Grounding
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4.1
Ethernet
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet interfaces are available at the operating device.
4.1.1
Pin Assignment
Connector in the operating device: RJ45 female connector.
Table 4-1
Pin assignment of the Ethernet interface
Pin
Designation
Function
1
D1+
Data Line 1, Positive Polarity
2
D1-
Data Line 1, Negative Polarity
3
D2+
Data Line 2, Positive Polarity
4
D3+
Data Line 3, Positive Polarity
5
D3-
Data Line 3, Negative Polarity
6
D2-
Data Line 2, Negative Polarity
7
D4+
Data Line 4, Positive Polarity
8
D4-
Data Line 4, Negative Polarity
4.1.2
Cable
ACHTUNG
Use a twisted pair cable of category 5 or 6 (CAT 5 or 6). Use twisted pair cable
of category 6 for optimal transfer rate at 1000 Base-T. The maximum cable
length is 100 m (328.084 feet).
See the IEEE 802.3 standard for further information.
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4.1.3
Diagnosis
Ethernet diagnostics LEDs are located at the operating device.
Figure 4-2
Position of the ethernet diagnostics LEDs
Table 4-2
Function of the ethernet diagnostics LEDs
No.
Color
State
Function
1
Green
Flashing
Sending / Receiving activity
100/1000 MBit
Yellow
Flashing
Sending / Receiving activity
10 MBit
Yellow
On
1000 MBit
Green
On
100 MBit
-
Off
10 MBit
2
4.2
USB
USB interfaces are available at the operating device to connect periphery equipment (for example: Mass memory, printer, scanner, mouse, keyboard etc.).
NOTICE
Using hardware not suitable for industrial use (e.g. keyboard, mouse, memory
card) may decrease safety of operation. This includes hardware intended for
home and office use.
4.2.1
Cable
For the specification of a suitable cable, please refer to the „Universal Serial Bus
Specification Rev. 2.0“.
NOTICE
The maximum cable length for the cable used is 2.5 m (8.202 feet).
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4.3
Serial Interfaces
Figure 4-3
Rear view RS422 / RS485, RS232
1
Slot for SD / SDHC Memory Card
2
Ethernet X7 (10/100/1000 MBit)
3
Female Connector X2 - X5 (USB Host - Type A)
4
Supply Voltage
5
Diagnostics LEDs (RS422/RS485)
6
Termination Switch (RS422/RS485)
7
Male Connector X14 (RS422/RS485)
8
Diagnostics LEDs (RS232)
9
Male Connector X15 (RS232)
10 Threaded Bolt For Protective Grounding
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4.3.1
RS422 / RS485 (X14)
The interface standard RS422 / RS485 is suitable for point-to-point and multipoint connections.
The wires belonging together are marked with „A“ and „B“. Some descriptions refer to the pins with „-“ and „+“ , where A = - and B = +.
Signal Logic 1
UA - UB <= -0.3 V i.e. (UA < UB)
Signal Logic 0
UA - UB >= +0.3 V i.e. (UA > UB)
The interface is assigned to the port COM4. At an image version before 181 and
operating system Windows CE 6.0 the port COM1 is assigned.
4.3.1.1
Pin Assignment
Figure 4-4
9 pin D-SUB male connector strip
Connector in the operating device: 9 pin D-SUB male connector strip.
Table 4-3
Pin assignment RS422/RS485
Pin
Designation
Function
1
SGND
Signal Ground
2
T(B)
Transmitted Data
+
P
3
T(A)
Transmitted Data
-
N
4
R(A)
Received Data
-
N
5
R(B)
Received Data
+
P
6
nc
Not Connected
7
nc
Not Connected
8
nc
Not Connected
9
nc
Not Connected
NOTICE
The D-SUB connector strips must be shielded sufficiently. See chapter “Shielding D-SUB Connectors“ on page 47.
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4.3.1.2
Termination
Always turn on the termination in a 4-wire point-to-point connection (RS422 /
RS485). A sender termination for the quiescent level of the receiver must exist on
the remote station.
Turn on the termination only at the two ends of the lines in a 2 or 4-wire multi-point
connection (RS422 / RS485).
Figure 4-5
Table 4-4
Termination possibilities RS422 / RS485 (intern)
Resistance values termination RS422 / RS485
Designation
Value
R1
120 Ohm
The switch positions for ON or OFF are printed onto the operating device. Only
the specified switch positions are allowed.
Table 4-5
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Termination switch RS422 / RS485
Switch position
Function
ON
Receiver termination
(120 Ohm)
OFF
No receiver termination
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4.3.1.3
Interfaces of the Device
Transmitter Control
Switching between half-duplex and full-duplex is carried out by the DTR signal.
Full-duplex (DTR inactive / off):
The transmitter is always active and is not turned off on intermissions.
The receiver is always active.
Full-duplex (DTR active / on):
The transmitter is activated during the transmission. On intermissions, the transmitter is highly resistive.
The receiver is disabled during the transmission. The operating device does not
receive the own transmit data at the receiver.
4.3.1.4
Diagnosis
Diagnostics LEDs are located on the rear of the operating device.
The diagnostic LEDs at the operating device have the following functions:
Table 4-6
Functions of the RS422 / RS485 diagnostics LEDs
Designation
Color
State
Function
Rx
Green
Flashes
Data transfer active
Tx
Yellow
Flashes
Data transfer active
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4.3.2
RS232 (X11)
The serial RS232 interface is suitable to establish a point-to-point connection.
The interface is assigned to the port COM3. At an image version before 181 and
operating system Windows CE 6.0 the port COM0 is assigned.
4.3.2.1
Pin Assignment
Figure 4-6
9 pin D-SUB male connector strip
Connector in the operating device: 9 pin D-SUB male connector strip.
Table 4-7
Pin assignment RS232
Pin
Designation
Function
1
nc
Not Connected
2
RD
Received Data
3
TD
Transmitted Data
4
nc
Not Connected
5
GND
Ground
6
nc
Not Connected
7
RTS
Request to Send
8
CTS
Clear to Send
9
nc
Not Connected
NOTICE
The D-SUB connector strips must be shielded sufficiently. See chapter “Shielding D-SUB Connectors“ on page 47.
4.3.2.2
Diagnosis
Diagnostics LEDs are located on the rear of the operating device.
The diagnostic LEDs at the operating device have the following functions:
Table 4-8
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Functions of the RS232 diagnostics LEDs
Designation
Color
State
Function
RD
Green
Flashes
Data transfer active
TD
Yellow
Flashes
Data transfer active
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Interfaces of the Device
4.4
Field Bus Interfaces
4.4.1
CAN (X12, X13)
Figure 4-7
Rear view CAN
1
Slot for SD / SDHC Memory Card
2
Ethernet X7 (10/100/1000 MBit)
3
Female Connector X2 - X5 (USB Host - Type A)
4
Supply Voltage
5
Male Connector X12 (CAN1)
6
Termination Switch (CAN1)
7
Diagnostics LEDs (CAN1)
8
Diagnostics LEDs (Microcontroller)
9
Male Connector X13 (CAN2)
10 Termination Switch (CAN2)
11 Diagnostics LEDs (CAN2)
12 Diagnostics LEDs (RS422/RS485)
13 Termination Switch (RS422/RS485)
14 Male Connector X14 (RS422/RS485)
15 Diagnostics LEDs (RS232)
16 Male Connector X15 (RS232)
17 Threaded Bolt For Protective Grounding
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4.4.1.1
Pin Assignment
Figure 4-8
5 pin M12 male connector
Connector in the operating device: 5 pin M12 male connector.
Table 4-9
Pin assignment CAN 1
Pin
Designation
Function
1
PE
Shielding
2
Reserved
Reserved for DeviceNet
3
CAN1_GND
CAN Ground
4
CAN1_H
CAN_H Bus Line
5
CAN1_L
CAN_L Bus Line
Table 4-10
Pin assignment CAN 2
Pin
Designation
Function
1
PE
Shielding
2
Reserved
Reserved for DeviceNet
3
CAN2_GND
CAN Ground
4
CAN2_H
CAN_H Bus Line
5
CAN2_L
CAN_L Bus Line
NOTICE
The M12 connectors must be connected to the cable shield.
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4.4.1.2
Interfaces of the Device
Cable
NOTICE
A shielded twisted-pair cable complying with ISO 11898-2 must be used.
A suitable cable with the designation „SAC-5P- 2,0-920/FS SCO“ is offerd by
Phoenix Contact GmbH with article number 1518216.
The maximum cable length depends on the data transfer rate used.
Table 4-11
Bit rate CAN
Bit rate
Cable length
125 kBit/s
500 m
500 kBit/s
100 m
1 MBit/s
40 m
4.4.1.3
Termination
Terminate the CAN bus at both ends by terminating resistors (120 Ohm).
The switch positions for ON or OFF are printed onto the operating device. Only
the specified switch positions are allowed.
Table 4-12
Termination switch CAN
Switch position
Function
ON
Termination (120 Ohm)
OFF
No termination
4.4.1.4
Diagnosis
Diagnostics LEDs are located on the rear of the operating device. The LEDs show
the states of the bus system.
The diagnostics LEDs at the operating device have the following functions:
Table 4-13
Functions of the CAN diagnostics LEDs
Designation
Color
State
Function
CAN1
Green
On
Node is operational
Green
Flashes
Node is not operational
Green
Ein
Node is operational
Green
Flashes
Node is not operational
Green
Off
Microcontroller inactive
Green
Flashes
slowly
Microcontroller is operational
Green
Flashes
slowly
and fast
Microcontroller is operational
Requests of the host CPU are received and processed
CAN2
µC
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4.5
Memory Card
At the underside of the operating device you can plug in an SD card.
NOTICE
Using hardware not suitable for industrial use (e.g. keyboard, mouse, memory
card) may decrease safety of operation. This includes hardware intended for
home and office use.
4.5.1
Inserting the memory card
If you insert the card, the back side (side with contacts) of the card must be visible.
Insert the card until it clicks.
Figure 4-9
Inserting the memory card
4.5.2
Ejecting the memory card
To remove, push the card into the operating device until it clicks. The memory
card bounces when released automatically out of the operating device. Now you
can remove the card.
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4.6
Shielding D-SUB Connectors
You must shield D-SUB connectors as follows:
Figure 4-10
Shielding D-SUB connectors
1
D-SUB connector
2
Shield
3
Cable clip
4
Cable
The shield must be folded back into a flat position over the cable sheath.
When fastening the cable with the cable clip, as much of the shielding as possible
must be in contact with the housing and sufficient strain relieve must be ensured.
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Maintenance and Servicing
Maintenance and Servicing
5.1
Maintenance Interval
The following maintenance intervals are recommended for this operating device:
Table 5-1
Maintenance interval
Maintenance work
Interval
Changing the Battery
4 Years
5.2
Front Panel
Only use a damp cloth to remove any dirt from the front panel.
5.3
Fuse
NOTICE: Damage
The semiconductor fuse cannot be replaced!
A semiconductor fuse is used to protect the device. Once the fuse has been
tripped, the device must be disconnected from the supply voltage to allow the
semiconductor fuse to regenerate. At an ambient temperature of 20 °C (68 °F),
the regeneration takes approximately 20 seconds. The higher the ambient temperature, the longer the regeneration takes.
5.4
Battery
The minimum battery life is 5 years, even under unfavorable operating conditions.
We recommend you change the battery approximately every 4 years as part of
the regular maintenance work.
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5.4.1
Changing the Battery
NOTICE: Damage
Batteries must only be changed by authorized and trained experts!
NOTICE: Damage
Electrostatic discharge can damage electronic components. Observe the ESD
protective measures!
CAUTION: Explosive
Do not throw lithium batteries into fire, do not heat to 100 °C or higher and do
not recharge.
CAUTION: Toxic
Do not open lithium batteries.
After a battery change, you must set the date and time newly!
1. Remove the connector of the supply voltage.
2. Remove the screws with the help of a screwdriver (see picture).
3. Remove the enclosure.
4. Disconnect the connector from the battery and remove the dead battery.
5. Plug in the cable of the new battery.
6. Use a provided glue strip to attach the new battery.
7. Place the enclosure cover back onto the device,
8. Carefully tighten the screws of the enclosure cover.
Take care at the assembly of the enclosure cover that all enclosure latches click
into the corresponding slits of the underlying enclosure.
9. Put the connector for the supply voltage on again.
10. Set the current date and time.
Figure 5-1
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Enclosure screws at the operating device
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5.4.2
Maintenance and Servicing
Battery Disposal
The manufacturer is obliged to mark batteries with this symbol before first placing
into market. The symbol is extended by the chemical symbols if the following limiting values are exceeded:
More than 0.0005 mass percent mercury
Hg
More than 0.002 mass percent cadmium
Cd
More than 0.004 mass percent lead
Pb
Batteries can be given back free of charge after use at the place of purchase.
According to the §11 of the battery law, final consumers are obligedly to give old
batteries back to gathering points which attached to the common take back system or manufacturer-specific take back systems.
NOTICE: Damage
To prevent short circuitry in the collection boxes, insulate the poles of each battery with insulation tape or put each single battery into a plastic bag.
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Technical Data
Technical Data
6.1
General
Touch Screen
Type
Low Reflective GFG (glass film glass), analog resistive, 4 wire technology
Activation force
Input area A (area within 20 mm, circulating):
Minimum / maximum: 0,3 N / 1,5 N
Average: 0,9 N
Input area B (marginal area of 20 mm, circulating):
Minimum / maximum: 0,5 N / 2,5 N
Average: 1,2 N
With R8 silicon rubber
Durability
No damages or malfunctions after 10 million keystrokes as the following:
Keystroke element: R8 silicon rubber
Keystroke load: 250 g
Keystroke frequency: 2 Hz
Ethernet
Ethernet
10/100/1000 Mbit/s
USB
In accordance with the „Universal Serial Bus Specification Rev. 2.0“
Min.: 1.5 Mbit/s
Max.: 480 Mbit/s
Max. output current: 100 mA per output
Field Bus Interfaces
Variable baud rates and data formats
X12 / X13 CAN
In accordance with ISO 11898
Galvanically Isolated
Serial Interfaces
Variable baud rates and data formats
X14 RS422 / RS485
In accordance with DIN 66259-4
Transmission length: 0 - 1200 m, twisted pair wire, shielded, galvanically isolated
X15 RS232
In accordance with DIN 66259 T1, CCITT V.28
Transmission length: 0 - 15 m, conductors layered in strands, shielded,
galvanically isolated
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Connection Method
Female and male connector strip Phoenix MINI COMBICON, 3 pin
RJ45 female connector
USB female connector A
Environmental Conditions
Temperature during operation
- 20 °C to + 60 °C (- 4 °F to + 158 °F)
Temperature during storage, transport
- 30 °C to + 80 °C (- 22 °F to + 176 °F)
Relative air humidity for
operation and storage
Front: 5 % to 95 %
Rear: 20 % to 85 %, no condensation
Operating altitude (above
sea level)
0 m to 4000 m
Application area
Degree of pollution 2, overvoltage category III
Standards and Guidelines
Interference immunity
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-6-2
Emitted interference
EN 61000-6-4
EN 50011 limit class value A
EN 50022 limit class value A
Equipment requirements
EN 61131
Storage and transportation
EN 61131 part 2
Power supply
EN 61131 part 2
Electromagnetic compatibility
2004/108/EG
Degree of protection
EN 60529
Impact load, shocks
EN 60068 part 2-27
Sinusoidal vibrations
EN 60068 part 2-6
Corrosion protection
IEC 60068
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NOTICE: Radio Interference
This is a class A device. This device may cause radio interference in residential
areas. In this case, the user may be required to introduce appropriate countermeasures, and to bear the cost of same.
Approvals
CE
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6.2
TPE057ZGV
Central Processing Unit
Central processing unit
Intel® Atom™
Clock frequency
1.1 GHz / 1.33 GHz
Display
Size (diagonal) in cm
(inch)
14.48 (5.7)
Type
TFT (color)
Resolution (pixels)
640 x 480
Colors
262144
Reading angle (vertical /
horizontal)
107° / 130°
Half-life backlighting
40,000 h
Brightness in cd/m
2
Display area (H x W) in
mm (Inch)
400
86.4 x 115.2 (3.402 x 4.535)
Memory
DDR
512 MByte / 1 GByte
Flash
2 GByte / 8 GByte
SD/SDHC interface
2 GByte / 32 GByte maximum
Electrical Data
Supply voltage
24 V DC (SELV / PELV in accordance with DIN EN 61131)
Residual ripple
10 % maximum
Power consumption (typical at 24 V)
0.5 A
Connected load
12 W
Fuse
Semiconductor fuse, self-resetting
Protection against
polarity reversal
Integrated
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Front Panel and Enclosure
Enclosure
Steel sheet, galvanized
Front panel material
Aluminium, brushed, anodized natural finish
Front panel (H x W x D) in
mm (Inch)
153 x 195 x 5 (6.023 x 7.677 x 0.196)
Seal
Circumferential rubber seal on the rear
Mounting cutout (H x W)
in mm (Inch)
119 x 161 (4.685 x 6.338)
Mounting depth in mm
(Inch)
About 64 (2.519)
Degree of protection
Front: IP67
Rear: IP20
Total weight
About 800 g
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6.3
TPE070ZGW
Central Processing Unit
Central processing unit
Intel® Atom™
Clock frequency
1.1 GHz / 1.33 GHz
Display
Size (diagonal) in cm
(inch)
17.78 (7)
Type
TFT (color)
Resolution (pixels)
800 x 480
Colors
262144
Reading angle (vertical /
horizontal)
130° / 140°
Half-life backlighting
40,000 h
Brightness in cd/m
2
Display area (H x W) in
mm (Inch)
350
91.4 x 152.4
(3.598 x 6.0)
Memory
DDR
512 MByte / 1 GByte
Flash
2 GByte / 8 GByte
SD/SDHC interface
2 GByte / 32 GByte maximum
Electrical Data
Supply voltage
24 V DC (SELV / PELV in accordance with DIN EN 61131)
Residual ripple
10 % maximum
Power consumption (typical at 24 V)
0.7 A
Connected load
16.8 W
Fuse
Semiconductor fuse, self-resetting
Protection against
polarity reversal
Integrated
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Front Panel and Enclosure
Enclosure
Steel sheet, galvanized
Front panel material
Aluminium, brushed, anodized natural finish
Front panel (H x W x D) in
mm (Inch)
174 x 234 x 5 (6.85 x 9.212 x 0.196)
Seal
Circumferential rubber seal on the rear
Mounting cutout (H x W)
in mm (Inch)
140 x 200 (5.511 x 7.874)
Mounting depth in mm
(Inch) - (standard / field
bus)
About 76 / 99 (2.992 / 3.897)
Degree of protection
Front: IP67
Rear: IP20
Total weight
About 1100 g
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6.4
TP121ZGS
Central Processing Unit
Central processing unit
Intel® Atom™
Clock frequency
1.6 GHz
Display
Size (diagonal) in cm
(inch)
30.73 (12.1)
Type
TFT (color)
Resolution (pixels)
800 x 600
Colors
262144
Reading angle (vertical /
horizontal)
140° / 160°
Half-life backlighting
50,000 h
Brightness in cd/m
2
Display area (H x W) in
mm (Inch)
350
184.5 x 246 (7.263 x 9.685)
Memory
RAM
2 GByte DDR2
Flash
8 GByte / 16 GByte / 32 GByte / 64 GByte
SD/SDHC interface
2 GByte / 32 GByte maximum
Electrical Data
Supply voltage
24 V DC (SELV / PELV in accordance with DIN EN 61131)
Residual ripple
10 % maximum
Power consumption (typical at 24 V)
1.0 A
Connected load
24 W
Fuse
Semiconductor fuse, self-resetting
Protection against
polarity reversal
Integrated
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Front Panel and Enclosure
Enclosure
Steel sheet, galvanized
Front panel material
Aluminium, brushed, anodized natural finish
Front panel (H x W x D) in
mm (Inch)
280 x 359,2 x 5 (10.023 x 14.141 x 0.196)
Seal
Circumferential rubber seal on the rear
Mounting cutout (H x W)
in mm (Inch)
244 x 323 (9.606 x 12.716)
Mounting depth in mm
(Inch) - (standard / field
bus)
About 87 / 110 (3.425 / 4.33)
Degree of protection
Front: IP67
Rear: IP20
Total weight
About 2400 g
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6.5
TPE150ZGX
Central Processing Unit
Central processing unit
Intel® Atom™
Clock frequency
1.1 GHz / 1.33 GHz
Display
Size (diagonal) in cm
(inch)
38.1 (15)
Type
TFT (color)
Resolution (pixels)
1024 x 768
Colors
262144
Reading angle (vertical /
horizontal)
140° / 160°
Half-life backlighting
50,000 h
Brightness in cd/m
2
Display area (H x W) in
mm (Inch)
320
228 x 304
(8.976 x 11.969)
Memory
DDR
512 MByte / 1 GByte
Flash
2 GByte / 8 GByte
SD/SDHC interface
2 GByte / 32 GByte maximum
Electrical Data
Supply voltage
24 V DC (SELV / PELV in accordance with DIN EN 61131)
Residual ripple
10 % maximum
Power consumption (typical at 24 V)
1,1 GHz / 1,33 GHz
1.3 A / 0.8 A
Connected load
(1,1 GHz / 1,33 GHz)
31.2 W / 19.2 W
Fuse
Semiconductor fuse, self-resetting
Protection against
polarity reversal
Integrated
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Front Panel and Enclosure
Enclosure
Steel sheet, galvanized
Front panel material
Aluminium, brushed, anodized natural finish
Front panel (H x W x D) in
mm (Inch)
325,2 x 416,21 x 5 (12.803 x 16.386 x 0.196)
Seal
Circumferential rubber seal on the rear
Mounting cutout (H x W)
in mm (Inch)
290 x 381 (11.417 x 15)
Mounting depth in mm
(Inch) - (standard / field
bus)
About 87 / 110 (3.425 / 4.33)
Degree of protection
Front: IP67
Rear: IP20
Total weight
About 3700 g
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Ordering Data
Ordering Data
Table 7-1
Accessories
Description
Part No.
SD card 512 MB
81152.513
USB 2.0 stick 1 GB
81152.100
USB 2.0 stick 2 GB
81152.200
USB 2.0 stick 8 GB
81152.800
Battery, assembled with cable and connector (Type: CR2450)
66779.100
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A Index
A
N
Accessories.........................................................65
Administration .....................................................27
Nameplate.......................................................... 32
Network .............................................................. 29
B
O
Battery.................................................................49
Battery disposal ..................................................51
Ordering data ..................................................... 65
C
Cable
CAN ............................................................45
Ethernet ......................................................36
USB ............................................................37
Changing the battery...........................................50
Cockpit
Structure .....................................................25
Connecting..........................................................22
D
Date ....................................................................26
Diagnosis
CAN ............................................................45
RS232 .........................................................42
RS422 .........................................................41
RS485 .........................................................41
Dimensions
Cutout .........................................................14
Front panel..................................................10
Display ........................................................31, 33
E
Ethernet ..............................................................36
F
File manager .......................................................31
FTP .....................................................................26
Functions ............................................................26
Fuse ....................................................................49
I
Identification........................................................32
Intended use .........................................................8
Interface
CAN ............................................................43
RS232 .........................................................42
RS422 .........................................................39
RS485 .........................................................39
USB ............................................................37
P
Password ........................................................... 29
Pin assignment
CAN ........................................................... 44
Ethernet ..................................................... 36
RS232 ........................................................ 42
RS422 ........................................................ 39
RS485 ........................................................ 39
R
Rear view
CAN ........................................................... 43
RS422 / RS485, RS232 ............................. 38
S
Safety notes ......................................................... 7
Servicing ............................................................ 49
Settings .............................................................. 26
Standards........................................................... 54
Structure
Cockpit ....................................................... 25
Supply Voltage ................................................... 22
Switching on....................................................... 24
T
Target group......................................................... 8
Technical data.................................................... 53
Termination
CAN ........................................................... 45
RS485 ........................................................ 40
Time ................................................................... 26
Touch screen ..................................................... 33
U
Unpacking ............................................................ 9
V
Version key ........................................................ 32
M
Maintenance .......................................................49
Maintenance interval...........................................49
Memory card .......................................................46
Mounting ...............................................................9
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SÜTRON electronic GmbH
Kurze Straße 29
D-70794 Filderstadt
Phone: 0049 711 / 77098-0
Fax: 0049 711 / 77098-305
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet:www.suetron.com
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