EXTER & Info Designer Brochure - 18 pages

EXTER & Info Designer Brochure - 18 pages
E X T E R™
As one of the world’s leading suppliers of Human Machine Interface (HMI)
solutions, Beijer Electronics makes a point of uniting function with form.
Form has an important role to play in industrial equipment. Design shapes
the interaction between machines and their users, and smart design is what
modern equipment users demand from their suppliers.
This is exactly what they receive with our EXTER series of advanced operator
terminals. The EXTER series proves that well-crafted design is no longer restricted to consumer products.
The technology inside the EXTER series is well matched by what is on the outside. EXTER operator terminals are both intuitive and ergonomic, thanks to the
Intelligent Design process employed at Beijer Electronics. We develop hardware
and software simultaneously, which means that changes and improvements in
one are always reflected in the other.
The result is a terminal that is as functional as it is powerful, and as attractive as
it is user-friendly. In short, an operator terminal that is just as smart as it looks.
The EXTER series was awarded the
prestigious iF product design award for
2005, and EXTER K30m won the same
award in 2006. The iF product design
award, presented by the International
Forum Design association of Hannover,
Germany, is intended to promote
design excellence. One look at a slim
EXTER operator terminal explains why
the series caught the judges’ eye.
The unique, three-dimensional face of an EXTER operator terminal combines a single piece
of cast aluminum with a specially printed overlay foil. Less than 60 mm in depth, it saves
valuable workspace by mounting in virtually no space at all.
Yet size is only one part of a truly high-performance design.
The EXTER terminal’s most important feature is its cooperation between hardware and
software. The ease and intelligence suggested by its appearance are quickly confirmed by the
way it responds to the user’s demands.
Above all, the terminal proves its worth when applied in tough applications. Even under the
harshest conditions, an EXTER terminal performs to match its good looks!
Optimal viewing in all
Power LED
Easy-to-enter alphanumeric
Familiar navigation
Function key
close to display
Bright, highresolution displays
Clear communication with
integrated function key, LED
and text strip
Easy-to-reach cursor
and Enter keys
A bold step forward
The EXTER series is the next step in operator terminal evolution,
combining elegant design with state-of-the-art technology.
An operator terminal for all applications
The tough EXTER series is built to withstand almost any
operating conditions. Eleven terminal models are available
to choose from – seven with active touch keys and four
with function key controls.
Intel XScale® processing power
The intelligence behind EXTER operator terminals is a
high-performance Intel XScale® PXA270 RISC CPU.
This gives the EXTER series ample processing power for
advanced HMI solutions, from traditional industry applications to demanding commercial use.
For the series’ operating system, Windows CE.NET has
been chosen. This reliable platform enables easy connection with third-party peripherals, and it
allows standard Windows fonts to be incorporated into
any project. Use of the Windows CE.NET platform also
gears the system for future development, making it flexible
enough to keep pace with changing user demands.
Safe file system handling
By using Intel’s XScale® ARM architecture processor in
combination with the StrataFlash memory and Intel’s Persistent Storage Manager (PSM), the EXTER series offers
a powerful, long-term solution based on elements that are
well proven in industrial applications.
The PSM integrates executable code and file storage functions into a single flash chip, resulting in incredibly fast
access time. It also provides a completely safe file system
that keeps system files and data from being corrupted
– even if power is interrupted during file writing.
Suited for virtually all machine interaction and information distribution
applications, the EXTER series takes HMIs into a new era of asset management.
Ready for all applications
With their IP66-rated facade and robust construction,
EXTER operator terminals can be installed in everything from sterile rooms to chemically challenging environments. Their wide variety of applications includes:
Industrial design for tough demands
EXTER operator terminals are subject to approval by
several regulatory agencies before being released to the
market. All are designed to exceed the requirements of
industry standards from CE, UL, DNV and others.
• Automotive industry
As part of an effort to reduce the environmental impact
of Beijer Electronics and its products, EXTER operator
terminals have been designed to comply with the RoHS
(Restriction of the use of certain
Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment) directive well before its implementation date. In
addition, Beijer Electronics enables customers to return
our products for disposal, in accordance with the WEEE
(Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) directive.
• Transportation
• Pharmaceuticals
• Food and beverages
• Oil and gas
• Packaging
• Water/electrical utilities
• Semiconductor production
• Telecom
• Asset management
• Building automation
• Offshore
All products undergo thorough
testing before delivery to ensure that they meet the tough
requirements. Beijer Electronics’ quality and environmental
system complies with tough
internal requirements, as well as
those of the SS-EN ISO 9001:2000
and SS-EN ISO 14001:1996 international standards.
Beijer Electronics demands strict adherence to quality
standards and environmental policies from all suppliers
and subcontractors.
The user-friendly approach to configuration
Information Designer is the configuration
software that makes it easy to create impressive application projects for both EXTER and
CIMREX operator terminals. Ready-made templates and symbols, intuitive configuration tools
and built-in help functions make the design
process quick and effective.
Dynamic screens for dynamic applications
Changing object properties make it easier for the user to
visualize and understand a chain of events. Information
Designer allows changes in color, scale, embedded texts
and other object properties to be triggered by signals
from the connected controller system.
Easily configured communications
The peripheral menu provides a clear overview of all
communication settings. Functions are simply dragged
and dropped to the chosen communication port.
Just click to program
Function keys and LEDs are easily programmed by
clicking on the image. Text strips are created in a
similar manner and easily printed.
WYSIWYG! (What You See Is What You Get)
A full graphic environment lets the developer see how
the final application will appear to the operator. One
block is equivalent to one screen on the operator terminal display, so the developer simply selects and places
objects from the toolbox. Vector-based graphics allow
static and dynamic objects to overlap freely, creating
high application flexibility.
Off-line simulator for instant testing
To save valuable commissioning time, Information
Designer has an integrated off-line simulator. This lets
the application developer thoroughly test and verify
HMI operation using only a PC. The off-line simulator
allows installation of any of the EXTER drivers, and
it makes it possible to check the continuity of project
elements such as screens, alarms and dynamic objects.
This makes the simulator a valuable tool throughout
the planning, demonstration, commissioning and
installation phases.
A full picture with the “Project Manager”
Easy access to all project elements is a must, especially for complex HMI configurations. Information
Designer’s “Project Manager” gives the developer a clear
view of the entire HMI project structure, including
screens, alarms, peripherals and communication ports.
This allows project elements to be created and opened
quickly, without having to search through complex
menu systems.
Reusable name and alarm lists
An I/O name list can be imported easily from a text file.
Likewise, a name list can be imported from the alarm
list. This helps save valuable programming time and
avoids potential input errors.
Templates for greater consistency
Creating Information Designer templates saves time and
helps create a familiar interface for end users. Templates
can contain many types of objects and functionality,
including pictures, static texts and addressed dynamic
objects. Saved templates can be reused in other projects
to ensure a consistent application environment.
The user-friendly approach to configuration
From the simplest page layout to the most complex HMI functions,
Information Designer makes design effortless and operator terminals easy to use.
Only minutes to learn
Information Designer is extremely easy for new users to
master. Windows-standard user interfaces and built-in
help texts help developers feel at home in the environment, so that projects can be created in a matter of minutes. To further assist new users, an animated tutorial
is included in the software package.
Safe and flexible project and data transfer
The Information Designer configuration software makes
communication between operator terminals and PCs a
simple matter. With the EXTER series’ flexible communication options, data can easily be transferred using a
USB memory stick. The larger terminals also support
Compact Flash cards.
A complete or partial project – plus trends, recipes
and alarm lists – can be transferred to and from the operator terminal via hardware devices, serial connections,
TCP/IP or even a modem. Upgrades of the system program can also be downloaded using the flash memory in
the operator terminal, ensuring that the software in the
terminal is always up to date.
Clear project documentation
Information Designer automatically handles all project
documentation. Comprehensive print functions allow
all or parts of an application to be printed from a simple
selection menu.
A choice of menu languages
Information Designer offers the developer a choice of
menu languages: Chinese (traditional and simplified),
French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish.
Easy screen management
The Block Manager provides a graphic overview of all
screens (blocks) in the project. By clicking directly on
an image, it is easy to add new screens, create jumps
between screens or edit a screen’s contents. In the Project
Manager, all screens are listed in numerical order.
Many ways to get an easy start
Demo projects for each operator terminal are included with Information Designer as a source of ideas
and development tips. Reusing existing solutions is
easy, since blocks, texts and graphics can be copied
between different projects. There is even a comprehensive directory of static and dynamic graphics
available from the toolbox, and these create a professional appearance in combination with the developer’s
own graphics. Finished projects can be filed easily,
and they can be converted to match new operator
terminal models.
Easy driver updates
Drivers are provided free of charge and can be
downloaded from the Internet directly into the
Information Designer configuration tool. Drivers
for controller systems, servos, inverters and other
automation equipment from most manufacturers are
available. All drivers used with the EXTER series
provide a fast and f lexible solution that is easy to
set up and use.
Effortless language creation
A popular feature of EXTER operator terminals is the
Multiple Languages function, which allows a single
application to have up to ten different languages. This
enables operators to switch between languages on running applications, and it reduces installation and setup
times for applications sold in several countries.
Using the setup wizard in Information Designer,
the Multiple Languages feature can be configured in
just four steps. The developer only has to translate the
application texts. This can easily be done by exporting
the texts to an editor such as Excel or Word, then
importing them back into place after translation.
Support for Windows TrueType fonts makes choosing
a text style easy, and any applied fonts are automatically included in the project file.
Flexible functions make complex projects simple
EXTER operator terminals ensure
state-of-the-art production and quality control.
Dual drivers with data exchange
A unique communications feature of EXTER operator terminals is their use of
“dual drivers with data exchange”. “Dual drivers” means that an operator terminal
can be connected to two completely different devices (such PLCs or inverters from
different manufacturers) at the same time and without any special configuration.
Mix signals for more flexible control
Dual-driver functionality allows input signals from different controller systems to
be mixed in an application. The two types of equipment can be connected to the
operator terminal at the same time using either serial or network connections.
Use an EXTER terminal as a protocol converter
An EXTER terminal can serve as a gateway for passing data from one connected
controller to another. It is also possible to exchange data between controllers
connected to different terminals in a network, and even between controllers of
different brands using an EXTER terminal as a protocol converter.
Save memory with internal variables
User-defined internal variables allow data to be saved temporarily in the operator
terminal. This means data can be collected and sent to the controller as a package,
rather than interrupting communications each time a variable changes. The internal variables can also be used if the controller has no data register.
Internal variables can be used in both volatile and non-volatile areas. Those in
non-volatile areas are saved in the flash memory, which makes them available even
if the terminal is switched off and on again.
The right functionality
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Storage and automatic ordering
The EXTER terminal collects data from each silo regarding the content
level. At a certain level, the terminal e-mails a report to the control
room and an order to the supplier to refill the silo. Files such as alarms,
trends or recipes can be attached to the e-mails.
Access control
Access to the production
area is restricted to certain
personnel. To unlock the
door, a code is entered on
the terminal. Throughout the
production line, passwords
are implemented at the
operator terminals to protect
sensitive functions.
Ingredient storage
Start production
The recipe for the batch is either selected by the operator
at the terminal or sent from the control room and loaded
into the controller. Ingredients are measured automatically. The controller system opens and closes the flow from
the silos according to the readings on the scale.
Control room
Powerful recipe management
When EXTER operator terminals are used,
digital and analog signals can be mixed together in a recipe – in any order. Large sets of
parameters can be reused, thus saving valuable
development time.
Recipes can be created and edited from
the operator terminal, the controller system
or a PC. Powerful recipe directories ensure a
clear overview and can be used to store control
and production data, which frees up memory
capacity in the controller. Network functionality allows existing recipes to be uploaded, edited
and returned via a network.
Controller access through the terminal
Pass-through mode enables, among other
things, programming or troubleshooting of the
controller via a PC connection to the operator
Transparent mode enables parallel communication with the controller from a PC
or a master operator system via an operator
terminal connection. For example, a secondary
Control room
connection to the host controller can be
created using another port on the operator
terminal, without interrupting the terminal’s
normal operation.
No-protocol mode
In this mode, a serial device such as a barcode
scanner or a weigh scale can be connected to
the controller via one of the secondary communication ports on the operator terminal.
The operator terminal serves as a gateway and
saves the expense of an ASCII communications device.
Trends for quality control
Real-time or historical trending is available
with EXTER operator terminals. The trend
function features real-time trending down to
one-second sampling intervals, with up to six
curves in one trend. One trend can hold up
to 65,534 samples. Trend history is saved in
the operator terminal and can either be viewed
there or transferred to a PC using a TCP/IP
network or serial connection. The data file is
a standard text file that can be exported to
Climate control
ate control
nsure an optimal production environment, the indoor
ate is closely monitored. At certain temperatures,
dities or gas levels, alarms in different groups alert
operator and provide information about the severity of
alarm. All levels are recorded in historical trends. The
ds are sent to the control room at regular intervals,
Production and quality control
and the data is part of the final production report for the
batch. For maintenance and support reasons, the climate
control system is accessible via a network or the Internet.
This enables a support engineer to remotely view and
operate terminals exactly as it would be done on site.
Production and quality control
The pills are formed at high pressure and brand names
are imprinted. The size and shape of the pills are
checked visually by a digital camera, and any irregularity
is reported to a robot, which removes the faulty pill. The
quality control criteria are set in the EXTER termieingestellt.
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programs like Excel for further analysis.
The operator terminal’s expandable memory
capacity is the only limit for the number of
trends a project can hold.
Data Logger for backup
Instead of logging and displaying variable
data with trend graphs, the Data Logger
feature can be used. The Data Logger gathers a clear record of data used in the application by means of either time stamping
or event linking (i.e. data is stored only
when a setpoint is overrun). Data Logger
information can be displayed as numerical
information on the terminal screen, or the
stored files can be sent to a PC for analysis.
Advanced alarm and
event management
The alarm and event management in the
EXTER series provides a powerful tool for
both operators and supervisors. Alarms can
be sorted by priority or type into as many
as 16 groups, giving the operator an immediate overview of the system status.
Both digital and analog signals
can activate alarms. Each alarm can
be linked to an information page, for
example one that automatically shows
the operator what has happened and lists
suggested actions. Alarms with texts
and pictures can be sent via e-mail, or
to a printer in the network, which keeps
downtime to a minimum and ensures
that important alarms are logged for
quality control documentation. Historical alarm data can be viewed at the
operator terminal or transferred to a PC
using any of the EXTER series’ communication options.
Access management
with passwords
Each function key, object and screen can
be password protected. This means, among
other things, that two or more authorization levels can be used within one project
for certain tasks. Up to eight security
levels can restrict access to the operator
terminal’s functions.
Using passwords, an operator terminal
can control access to certain physical areas
of production, such as a sterile room. To
protect the application and its recipes, a
password prompt can prevent unauthorized
persons from uploading a project from an
operator terminal. If the password owner
leaves the terminal, automatic log-out
prevents access rights from being abused.
When changing passwords, no changes
in project configuration are required. This
means that passwords can be changed
frequently to enhance security – without
interrupting production.
Easy adaptation of
international applications
With Multiple Languages support,
EXTER operator terminals are ideal for
international applications. The ability to
switch between up to ten languages saves
development time and benefits international machine builders, since the same
application can be implemented without
change in different parts of the world.
Filling station
Labels are printed with predefined data and data that is continuously provided by the controller. As the containers move towards
the packaging station, each bar code is checked for readability.
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tents and
The completed pill jars arrive at the packaging station one
by one. These are lifted into the shipping box five by five,
with 15 jars per box. The operator monitors the sequence
on the operator terminal, where the current process step is
highlighted. If needed, the operator can manually operate
the robot using the arrow keys on the terminal.
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Flexible control via networks
EXTER operator terminals allow fully
f lexible updating, monitoring and
operation via a wide array of networks,
including the Internet. Depending on
the protocol, even the controller system
can be monitored and updated over a
network – without disconnecting cables.
Up to 20 operator terminals can be
connected to a single controller device
in a client/server configuration, thus
enabling distributed control and
monitoring of the host device via serial
or Ethernet connections.
Remote operation of
HMI and controller system
The operator terminal’s integral web
server enables a remote user to access
both the HMI and its connected controller systems. This allows the easy
incorporation of new remote diagnostic,
maintenance and asset management
All EXTER terminals have builtin web servers with their own web
addresses, and they can store HTML
pages containing real-time data from the
operator terminals and associated control
systems. HTML pages can be used to
monitor or change values in the operator
terminal and allow files to be sent and
received. Data such as trend information,
alarms and recipes can also be sent/received by the operator terminal using the
EXTER series’ FTP functionality.
Users can connect to an EXTER
terminal from a PC via the Internet or a
LAN network. They see exactly what the
operator sees: a picture of the terminal
and its local screens. Touch/function
keys can be operated from the remote
PC, and the real-time maneuverable
objects on the display can be changed.
All screens and data are updated automatically, just as if the changes had been
made locally. This creates an easy means
of providing remote support for on-site
Compact screen designs
with message libraries
Message libraries are text tables that can be
used to present the operator with variable
text messages for each sequence of a control
procedure – without changing screens.
Up to 65,536 of them can be used. For
example, a 40-character string might describe what happens in a production cycle.
The message library can also present error
codes produced when analog signals reach
setpoints, thus eliminating the need for
complex device programming.
Interval control
with time channels
With time channels, digital signals are
set and reset in relation to the operator
terminal’s real-time clock. In this way events
can be programmed to occur at certain
times. Such events might include turning
on overhead lights or activating an alarm
system. This function replaces dedicated
time relays and other time devices, as well as
time-consuming PLC programming.
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port was used in the application. This ensures
which operator is on duty, the information is
Production floor
Control room
From the control room, the supervisor has access to information from
all plant stations, either directly via the network, or via modem.
Control room tasks typically include monitoring and supervising production data and keeping up to date on stock levels. The supervisor
handles recipes, trends, alarms and reports.
is packed and ready for shipction report is automatically
her is sent to the control room.
Additionally, the daily routines for cleaning the air and controlling
overhead lighting in the production areas are handled from the
control room operator terminal using time channels.
Control room
* This application example is for demonstration purposes only
Automatic e-mail reports
The EXTER series makes use of SMTP
(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), which
enables the operator terminals to send
alarms, trend files and attached text
reports via e-mail. Using this function, an
EXTER terminal can automatically send
e-mail messages when alarms or other
events occur, or at certain time intervals
for data storage, asset management or
quality assurance purposes. The e-mail
is sent as an SMTP-authenticated client,
which verifies the identity of the supplier
to the Internet server. For instance, an email can be sent to a PC and forwarded to
mobile phones and pagers, creating many
new maintenance opportunities.
Easy remote maintenance
Using the comprehensive Internet capabilities of
EXTER operator terminals opens up a wide range of
remote maintenance possibilities. Since the operator terminal is a web server, it can store HTML pages
that enable a remote maintenance center to perform
activities such as:
• Checking how long a machine has run between rou tine checks, so that preventative maintenance can
be planned and overseen
• Troubleshooting and remote resetting of faults
• System updates of both the operator terminal
and controller systems
• Receiving regular machine reports via e-mail
(accessed using tools such as the Remote Access
Viewer or Windows explorer)
Virtually unlimited communications options
Expandability and connection convenience
EXTER operator terminals are designed to expand easily and connect
to create an HMI system. They are ideal connection partners for systems
running Ethernet, fieldbuses or proprietary networks.
In addition, there are free drivers for connection to a wide variety of
automation equipment, e.g. PLCs, drives and servos. By switching to EXTER
terminals, automation users can achieve new levels of machine performance
and operator interactivity even with older equipment.
Easy driver updates
To increase connectivity and communication flexibility, new drivers are
continuously developed and existing ones updated. These drivers are easily
downloaded from the Internet via Information Designer and then transferred
to the operator terminal together with the project.
Connectivity and communication
With extensive connection and expansion options,
EXTER operator terminals are prepared for the long term.
Remote Access Viewer makes it easy
Remote Access Viewer is a free software package for remote control. Derived from the TightVNC (Virtual Network
Computing) software, it maximizes remote network access to EXTER operator terminals. This is useful not only
for remote control, but also for remote customer support
and troubleshooting.
When Remote Access Viewer is used, an image of the
operator terminal appears on the PC monitor. The image
is updated at regular intervals or when requested, and the
remote user has access to all of the terminal’s functions.
The operator terminal can be accessed with Remote
Access Viewer via a serial or network connection. There
is no need for Internet connectivity or software such as
Windows Internet Explorer.
Smooth and secure updates
USB memory sticks, and for the larger terminals also
Compact Flash cards, can be used to transfer system
programs and projects. This means that instead of using
a PC when updating an EXTER terminal, operators can
use a memory stick or card issued by a supervisor. These
inexpensive and easy-to-use devices provide a nearly “plugand-play” solution, giving supervisors greater control over
the update process.
Enhancement with added function keys
The C-Key16 keypad option provides 16 additional
function keys and LEDs. These can be used to expand a
project’s control possibilities. The C-Key16 measures only
200 x 110 x 28 mm and has RS232, RS422 and RS485
ports for optional connectivity. Up to four keypads can be
connected to one operator terminal.
Hardware with the right connections
Thanks to the EXTER series’ Windows CE.NET
platform and integral USB port, a printer can easily be
connected to the terminal. For users who need a direct
connection to Profibus DP, we offer an expansion module
that lets the terminal function as a network slave node.
For connection to third-party controller products,
there is an extensive range of custom-made cables. These
range from simple 25-pin and 9-pin converters to more
complex adaptors, which are needed when connecting an
EXTER terminal to some proprietary and open communication systems.
Expandability and flexibility
Built with growth in mind, the EXTER series has a
large number of expansion options. Everything from
simple memory modules to USB peripherals, networking systems and remote Internet connectivity can be
used in meeting tomorrow’s needs.
Broad third-party connectivity
Drivers from Beijer Electronics support all commonly
used automation product brands, including Siemens,
Allen-Bradley/Rockwell, Beckhoff, G&L Motion Control, JETTER, Matsushita, Omron, Modicon, SAIA,
Toshiba, SEW Eurodrive and GE Fanuc. A portfolio
of the latest drivers for third-party connectivity can be
found on our website. Also on the website are start-up
guides, manuals and e-learning – everything needed to
make EXTER terminals and other products from Beijer
Electronics even easier to use.
A complete HMI package
The physical possibilities of the EXTER series offer business security in the form of flexibility and growth. But
this is only part of the security in working with Beijer
Electronics. All of our operator terminals undergo our
own strict quality control testing, as well the rigorous
testing needed for international certification.
In addition, our terminals are backed by the industry’s
most complete range of HMI services. Just as we integrate hardware and software design, we make aftersales,
technical support and on-line training part of a complete HMI solution. By choosing Beijer Electronics, you
receive a perfect combination of form, function and
added value.
Visit www.beijerelectronics.com for a comprehensive list of drivers
Compact Flash slot *
Connection for
expansion module
Ethernet 10/100
USB Host
USB Device *
* in EXTER T70/K70 and larger terminals
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About Beijer Electronics
Beijer Electronics HMI Products is a pioneer in connecting people with the
processes they control. Our HMI solutions build on 25 years of automation
knowledge, yet they handle industrial applications with everyday ease. Used
with simple intuition, they set machines, information and ideas in motion.
HMI Products is part of the Beijer Electronics group, which is listed on the Stockholm
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