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HMIs Human Machine Interfaces
HMIs Human Machine Interfaces MP+ Terminals e r u t u F TCP / IP
HMIs The E-series of HMIs E 900 VT E 910 E 900 E 710 E 50 E 100 E 300 E 200 E 600 E 700
HMIs E 50 - low cost 4 Background lit text display 2 x 16 44 function keys 4 RS 422 with RS 232 in the same Dsub 4+5 VDC, external or from PLC 4 Text blocks
HMIs E 100 - small but strong 4 Background lit text LCD-display 42 rows x 20 characters 44 function keys 4 Text blocks 4 Time channels 4 Real-time clock 4 Recipe handling 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 4+5 VDC, external or from PLC 464 Kbytes flash memory 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools support
HMIs E 200 - As simple as it can be 4 Background lit text LCD-display 44 rows x 20 characters, 5 mm text height 45 function keys 45 LEDs (two colour) 4 Text blocks 4 Time channels 4 Real-time clock 4 Recipe handling 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 464 Kbytes flash memory 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools support
HMIs E 300 - Low-end graphic 4 Background lit graphic LCD-display 4 Two colours, 240 x 128 pixels 48 function keys 416 LEDs (two colour) 4 Graphic and text blocks 4 Time channels 4 Real time trends 4 Recipe handling 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 41 expansion slot 4128 Kbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools and TCP/IP support
HMIs E 600 - one step up 4 Background lit graphic LCD-display 4 Two colours, 240 x 128 pixels 416 function keys 416 LEDs (two colour) 4 Graphic and text blocks 4 Functionality as E 300 4 Historical trends 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 41 expansion slot 4256 Kbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools and TCP/IP support
HMIs E 700 - A trend composer 4 Background lit graphic LCD-display 4256 colours, 320 x 240 pixels 416 function keys 414 LEDs (two colour) 4 Graphic and text blocks 4 Functionality as E 600 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 42 expansion slots 4400 Kbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools support and TCP/IP support
HMIs E 710 - with new hardware 4 Background lit graphic touch LCD-display 4256 colours, 320 x 240 pixels 48 function keys 48 LEDs (two color) 4 Graphic and text blocks 4 Functionality as E 700 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 42 expansion slots 4400 Kbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools support and TCP/IP support
HMIs E 900 - Even bigger 4 Background lit graphic colour display 4256 colours TFT, 640 x 480 pixels 422 function keys 420 LEDs (two colour) 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 42 expansion slots 41. 6 Mbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4220 VAC power supply 4 Transparent mode 4 HMI Tools and TCP/IP support
HMIs E 910 - touch it! 4 Background lit graphic touch display 4256 colours TFT, 10, 4”, 640 x 480 pixels 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 42 expansion slots 41. 6 Mbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4 Dimensions 290 x 250 x 105 mm 4220 VAC power supply 4 Functionality as E 900 24 VDC version now available!
HMIs E 900 VT - more inputs. . . 4 Background lit graphic TFT-display 4256 colours, 10, 4”, 640 x 480 pixel 422 + 28 function keys ( IFC-64 E ) 420 two color + 28 green LEDs 4 RS-232 C and RS-422 ports 41 expansion slot 41. 6 Mbytes Flash memory, expandable to 8 Mb 4220 VAC power supply 4 Functionality as the E 900
HMIs E 610 - preliminary 4 Touchversion of E 600 4 B/W LCD display 4 Compact 4 Low price 4 Release Q 4 2000
HMIs Expansion cards Memory expansion with IFC-MC 4 Increase project memory with up to 8 Mb 4 Back-up of recipes and projects 4 Transfer of files to other terminals Profibus DP IFC-PBDP 4 Slave connection to Profibus DP TCP/IP network IFC-ETTP, IFC-ETCX 4 Terminal network and Internet enable via Ethernet
HMIs Expansion cards External function keys with IFC-128 E 4 For connection of up to 128 extra function-keys Parallel printer with IFC-PI 4 For connection of an parallel printer A-bus interface IFC-GA (E 900/E 910 only) 4 Direct connection to the A-bus
HMIs IFC-PI - Parallel printer port 4 Print outs of graphic and text blocks, reports and alarm lists – Graphics requires a HP PCL 5, HP PCL 6 or Epson FX 80 compatible printer – If IFC PI is used a printer can not be connected to the RS 232 port 4 E 300 and E 600 have no support for HP PCL 5/6 printers 4 Black and white print outs only
HMIs IFC-PI - Parallel printer port 4 Connectable to – – – E 300 version 4. 0 or higher (only with Epson FX-80) E 600 version 4. 02 or higher (only with Epson FX-80) E 700 version 4. 0 or higher E 710 version 4. 0 or higher E 900 version 1. 01 or higher E 910 version 4. 02 or higher
HMIs IFC-GA - Direct bus connection 4 With the expansion card, IFC-GA, and the businterface A 7 GT-BUS installed, you can connect the E 900 and E 910 terminals directly to the base unit on an A(n. S)-system. 4 The communication between the PLC and the terminal will be very effective with the IFC-GA, because the terminal communicates directly with the A-bus on the PLC. The standard RS-232/422 ports will be free for other equipment.
HMIs The new concept Before: Today: Omron. dll Omron. pdf Project Driver Terminal code + Drivers Terminal code Omron. hlp
HMIs The new concept Downloadable drivers WEB 4 All terminals in the E series from version 4. 0 4 The driver and the system program are separated in the terminal 4 New drivers can be used without a update of MP+ 4 Installation via Internet using MP+ or from floppy (first download from web) 4 Current driver is automatically transferred to the terminal by MP+ 4 New standard cables to new PLC systems 4 Manual in pdf-format to each driver
HMIs 2 ports gives you freedom Transparent mode Communication with the PLC system via the terminal 4 Mitsubishi 4 Omron 4 Matsushita Serial printer No protocol mode - Communication with external units i. e. barcode readers
HMIs Transparent mode 4 Reach PLC through terminal GPP/WIN in operation MM+ 4 Online changes 4 Easier troubleshooting
HMIs Are you an individual? 4 Individual customised products - from simple panels to PC platforms 4 Integration into your machine design 4 Customised OEM products, your operator control concept in style and functionality What can we offer you: • Individual design and front layout • Modular Hardware • Flexible Software • We will implement your requirements - So You can be successfully in business • Professionalism and competence is our name And You: Be an individual. . .
HMIs The lifecycle - Of a terminal. . . 4 Even at the design stage we try to think in a long time perspective 4 The choose of : – – Components Material Handling Transports Recycled Recycling Minimum 4 And in the end. . . 4 We take care of old used products, and sees that every part is handled in a minimum non-polluting way. 4 As our contribution to the environment.
HMIs Do it the hard way. . . The usual information way Operator RUN STOP FWD REV Process/ Machine
HMIs Or the easy way! HMI as information provider! Operator HMI Process/ Machine 4 The HMI-solution gives you: 4 Information in a easy way 4 The Information will be clear and in right time 4 Easier to determine when changes occur
HMIs You will save: Money Effective Flexible Simplicity Time Easy - Handle Quick - Learn Simple - Install Right information - In Right Time
HMIs Basic functions 4 Alarm handling 4 Recipe handling 4 Realtime clock 4 Time channels 4 Trend diagram 4 Password handling 6
HMIs Operator interface 4 Text 4 Graphic 4 Colors 4 Touch screen 4 LEDs 4 Functionkeys 4 Printouts
HMIs Mac Programmer+ 4 Easy to use 4 Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT 4 Documentation 4 Back-up 4 Full support for Windows copy/paste 4 Toolbox and Tool. Tips 4 Multiple project can be open at the same time 4 Compatible name list with MELSEC MEDOC and MELSEC MEDOC + 4 Support for MXChange
HMIs Structure Using a tree structure when developing a project
HMIs Block manager 4 Simplifying the handling of the blocks. 4 Gives the engineer a visual overview how the project is created.
HMIs Object based 4 All object data is stored in the terminal 4 The signals is configured directly in the object 4 No PLC-programming is needed* 4 Only the object´s which is viewed on the screen is updated * except Profibus
HMIs Downloadable drivers 4 Now you are just a click from upgrading your drivers
HMIs The Internal Name list 4 For easy changing of different PLC devices
HMIs Message library 4 Manoeuvrable message objects – 64 libraries can be manoeuvrable with 512 texts, 40 characters – Values between 0 -65535 can be linked with texts
HMIs News in Mac Programmer+ 432 -bit version to Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT 4 Supporting downloadable drivers 4 Supporting TCP/IP network 4 Installation from CD
HMIs News in Mac Programmer+ 4 New configuration of peripheral units 4 Acknowledge of individual alarms from the PLC system 4 Alarm on the negative edge
HMIs More news! 4 Modem handling in all terminals except E 50 – Call up with the terminal – 10 different numbers stored in the terminal – 1 number stored in the PLC system 4 Larger size on the alarm text in E 900 4 System monitor in E 700, E 710, E 900 and E 910
HMIs More news! 4 Show terminal in text blocks 4 Printing text strips to all terminals from MP+ 4 Improved project documentation in print-outs 4 Use terminal font in MP+ 4 Cursor colour in the alarm list can be changed
HMIs And more…. 4 Recipes sorted in alphabetic order 4 Turning off printing from the PLC system to avoid conflicts when transparent mode is used 4 Min- and max limits on numeric objects in graphic blocks 4 The alarm group name can contain national characters 4 New data formats – HEX 16 -bit, 32 -bit – BCD 16 -bit, 32 -bit – Float without exponent
HMIs The Installation CD 4 MAC Programmer+ 32 -bit 4 HMI Tools 32 -bit 4 All current drivers 4 Manuals to all products – – E-series and MAC-series Expansion cards Installation manuals Drivers 4 Floppy-copying of Full version, Demo and Transfer
HMIs New manuals 4 New E-series manual – The same manual to all E-terminals and MP+ 4 New installation manual – The same manual to all E-terminals – Enclosed with all terminals 4 Separate manual to each driver – Downloaded with the driver in MP+ 4 All pdf-manuals are available at WEB-site and on installation CD
HMIs HMI Tools 4 Windows 95, 98, 2000 and NT 4 Transferring of recipes, trends and alarm lists 4 Downloading of system programs 4 Communication via modem 4 MP+ Transfer is a separate program
Why choose an operator terminal from Mitsubishi? 4 High Quality 4 User friendly 4 Functionality 4 One Software for all terminals 4 Possibility to upgrade the operating system 4 High quality support 4 And of course the openness HMIs
HMIs Support at the web Downloadable: 4 Latest versions of software's 4 Demo Projects 4 Product news 4 Drivers 4 Manuals 4 Manufacturer´s declarations 4 Upcoming features 4 Application examples 4 FAQ http: //www. mitsubishi. co. uk/automation http: //www. e-terminals. com
HMIs Drivers & Connections e h T n e p O t p e c n o C
HMIs Drivers 4 Melsec A (C 24*, CPU, E 71** or Profibus DP**) 4 Melsec A-bus (A-bus*) 4 Melsec A CC-Link connection (AJ 65 BT-G 4) 4 Melsec FX (CPU or 485 ADP*) 4 Melsec Qn. A (QC 24*, QCPU* or Profibus DP**) 4 Freqrol FR-A/E 4 Melservo MRJ 2 CS 100 * Can not be used with E 50 ** Can not be used with E 50, E 100 or E 200
HMIs Drivers 4 SIMATIC S 5 (3964 R/RK 512*, PG-port* or Profibus DP**) 4 SIMATIC S 7 (3964 R/RK 512*, MPI*, PPI or Profibus DP**) * Can not be used with E 50 ** Can not be used with E 50, E 100 or E 200
HMIs Drivers 4 ABB 4 DVT Vision System – Satt. Con (Comli master*) 4 Allen-Bradley – Micrologix (DF 1) – SLC 500 (DF 1 or DH 485**) 4 Control Techniques – Unidrive (ANSI*) 4 Delta Tau – PMAC, UMAC (ASCII*) 4 Demonstration driver – Internal in the HMI – Smart. Image Sensor (ASCII or TCP/IP**) 4 Festo/Beck – IPC, FEC series (FXT CI*) 4 GE Fanuc – Series 90 (SNPX) 4 Hitachi – H Series (HCOM*) 4 IAI – Super. SEL (Serial*) * Can not be used with E 50 ** Can not be used with E 50, E 100 or E 200
HMIs Drivers 4 Idec 4 Matsushita – FA-1/2/Junior/Micro 1 (FAseries 1: 1 expanded*) – FA-3 (FA series 1: 1*) – MICRO 3/3 C (Micro Computer Link) 4 Klockner Moeller – PS 4 series (SUCOM-A*) 4 Koyo – Direct logic series (Direct. NET* or K-sequence) – FP-series (MEWTOCOLCOM) 4 Modicon – All PLC types (Modbus master ASCII/RTU or Modbus slave RTU*) 4 MXCC – VLC (Serial* or Profibus DP**) 4 Omron – All PLC types (Hostlink) * Can not be used with E 50 ** Can not be used with E 50, E 100 or E 200
HMIs Drives 4 SAIA – PCD series (SBUS*) 4 SEW Eurodrive – Movidrive (Movilink*) – Movidyn (Movidyn*) – Movitrac (Movitrac*) 4 VT 100 4 Yaskawa – MP 9 xx series (Memo. Bus master RTU*) 4 Telemecanique – TSK series (Uni. Telway*) 4 Toshiba – PROSEC T-series (Computer Link) … and more will come! * Can not be used with E 50 ** Can not be used with E 50, E 100 or E 200
HMIs How to make a connection
HMIs Mitsubishi - E 71 driver PLC-program E 71 -profile TCP/IP or UDP/IP Server BDTP Client IFC-ETCX 4 The PLC-systems in Melsec A/Qn. A(S)-series via AJ 71 E 71 or AJ 71 QE 71 using the ASCII protocol. 4 All E-series terminals can be used, with the exception of E 100 and E 200. 4 Requires Ethernet card.
HMIs Mitsubishi - MELSERVO 4 All E-series terminals can be used 4 MR-J 2 -C-S 100 4 RS 422 or RS 232 connection 4 Multidrop of up to 32 servos possible 4 Read/Write all inverter parameters, digital/analog signals, alarm codes 4 All E-series functionality available (text/graphic, trending, recipe, reporting, networking …)
HMIs Mitsubishi - MELSERVO Point-to-point RS-232 Default station number Multidrop RS-485 RS-422 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs FREQROL FR-A/FR-E 4 All E-series terminals can be used 4 FR-A and FR-E series 4 RS 422 or RS 232 connection 4 Multidrop of up to 32 inverters possible 4 Read/Write all inverter parameters, digital/analog signals, alarm codes 4 All E-series functionality available (text/graphic, trending, recipe, reporting, networking …)
HMIs FREQROL FR-A/FR-E Point-to-point RS-422 CAB-9 PU-Port SC-FRPC RS-232 Multidrop RJ 45 Default station number FR-A 5 NR RS-422 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs MXCC <-> E-series alt. 1 PROFIBUS-DP connection 4 E 300 -900 can be connected 4 MXCC-program handles the HMI-profile
HMIs MXCC <-> E-series alt. 2 RS 232 I/O-bus Serial connection 4 MXCC-program (Profile) 4 All E-series HMIs can be used 4 Low price connection 4 Survives NT-crash 4 Terminal network through Ethernet possible
HMIs ABB - COMLI Master 4 Supports multidrop Nod ID: CAB 8 CAB-8 RS-422 RS-485 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Allen-Bradley DF 1 Micrologix 4 The PLC-systems in the Micrologix 1000 -series CRC-16 checksum Full duplex This node = Terminal Remote node = PLC CAB-2 8 -pol Mini-Din RS-232
HMIs Allen-Bradley DF 1 SLC-500 4 The PLC-systems SLC 500, SLC 5/01, SLC 5/02, SLC 5/03 and SLC 5/04 4 Requires the module 1747 -KE, 700 DEM (The DF 1 connection at SLC 5/03 and SLC 5/04 is not recommended because of more disturbance) CRC-16 checksum Full duplex DH-485 Cable 1747 -C 13 from Allen-Bradley This node = Terminal Remote node = PLC CAB-5 RS-232
HMIs Control Technique - UNIDRIVE 4 All E-series terminals can be used 4 Inverters in the Unidrive series with serial interface i. e. UD 71. 4 RS 422 or RS 232 connection 4 Multidrop of up to 32 servos possible 4 Read/Write all controllers parameters, digital/analog signals, alarm codes 4 All E-series functionality available (text/graphic, trending, recipe, reporting, networking …)
HMIs Control Technique - UNIDRIVE Point-to-point RS-422 Default station number Multidrop RS-422 CAB 8 CAB-8 RS-422 RS-485 2 -wire 4 -wire RS-422 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Delta Tau - PMAC/UMAC 4 All E-series terminals can be used 4 RS 422 or RS 232 connection 4 Point to Point or Multidrop 4 Read/Write all controllers parameters, digital/analog signals, alarm codes 4 All E-series functionality available (text/graphic, trending, recipe, reporting, networking …)
HMIs Delta Tau - PMAC/UMAC 4 The Positioning-system in Delta Tau PMAC/UMACseries Default station number MAC 40+-CAB RS-422 Multidrop is performed by a band cable between the PMAC/UMAC systems
HMIs Demonstration driver 4 Driver for demonstration without PLC-system 499 M-coils 499 data registers 44 counters 44 timers
HMIs GE Fanuc SNPX 4 The terminals supports all GE Fanuc PLC systems, connected via the SNPX protocol. SNP ID number CAB-4 RS-422 No PLC-program requires for the communication
HMIs Idec - FA series 4 The PLC-systems in Idec FA-series * Idec 8 -pol connector RS-422 * RJ 11 RS-422 Cable as drawing in the manual * Contain electronically devices, se driver manual
HMIs Idec - Micro 3 -series 4 The PLC-systems in Idec Micro 3 -series Default station number 8 -pol Mini-din I Alt. I CAB-8 CAB 8 RS-485 RS-422 8 -pol Mini-din RS-232 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Koyo - Direc. Net & K-Sequence 4 Koyo Direct Logic Series K-Sequence PLC 4 Koyo via the Direct. NET Default station number 15 -pol RS-422 15 -pol RS-232 RJ 12 RS-232 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Matsushita - FP series 4 The PLC-systems in Matsushita FP-series via the MEWTOCOL-COM protocol Default station number 15 -pol 9 -pol RS-422 5 -pol Mini-Din RS-232 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Modbus ASCII / RTU 4 Supports Multidrop Default station number CAB 8 CAB-8 RS-422 RS-485 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Omron Hostlink 4 The terminals supports all Omron PLC systems, connected via the Hostlink protocol. 4 Supports transparent mode Default station number No PLC-program requires for the communication CAB-3 RS-232
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 5 PG 1/AS 511 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 5 90, 115, 135 and 155 No PLC-program requires for the communication CAB-7 RS-422 Siemens Converter 6 ES 5 734 -1 BD 20 CAB-1 RS-232
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 5 3964 R/RK 512 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 5 90, 115, 135 and 155 4 Requires communication card CP 525 4 Writing is only possible to DB, other devices can only be read The terminal Higher priority=Master PLC 3964 R / RK 512=Slave CAB-6 RS-422 Null modem CAB-5 RS-232
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 5 Profibus DP 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 5 90, 115, 135 and 155 4 Requires Profibus DP interface (IFC-PBDP) IFC-PBDP PLC program HMI-profile Requires timedelay in connection with fast CPU: s
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 7 MPI 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 7 300 - and 400 -series The MPI station number of the terminal The MPI stationnumber of the PLC system Highest MPI address CAB-6 CAB-11 RS-422 + CAB-5 RS-232
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 7 PPI 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 7 200 -series The station number of the terminal The stationnumber of the PLC-system Highest PPI address Only the terminal can be Master in the network PPI-Port CAB-8 RS-422 Cable as drawing in the manual
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 7 3964 R/RK 512 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 7 300 - and 400 -series 4 Requires communication card CP 341 4 Writing is only possible to DB, other devices can only be read The terminal Higher priority Master PLC 3964 R/RK 512 Slave CAB-5 RS-232
HMIs Siemens SIMATIC S 7 Profibus DP 4 The PLC-systems SIMATIC S 7 300 - and 400 -series 4 Requires Profibus DP interface (IFC-PBDP) IFC-PBDP PLC-program HMI-profile
HMIs Toshiba 4 The PLC-systems in PROSEC T-series via Multidrop connection Default station number The Computer Link protocol RS-232 RS-485 CR-01 MAC 30/40 -CAB CR-01 Cable as drawing in the manual RS-422
HMIs Cables 4 CAB 1 – cable to connect Siemens SIMATIC S 5/PG 1 via Siemens Converter to the RS-232 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 0, 5 m. 4 CAB 2 – cable to connect Allen-Bradley's PLC system Micrologix to the RS-232 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 3 m. 4 CAB 3 – cable to connect Omron PLC system via the Hostlink protocol to the RS-232 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 3 m.
HMIs Cables 4 CAB 4 – cable to connect GE Fanuc PLC system via the SNPX protocol to the RS-422 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 3 m. 4 CAB 5 – cable to connect Siemens SIMATIC S 7/MPI via Siemens HMI Adapter, Siemens SIMATIC S 7/3964 R, Siemens SIMATIC S 5/3964 R and Allen -Bradley/DF 1 PLC-systems to the RS-232 -port on the terminals in the E-series and to connect a PC to the RS-232 -port on the terminals in the E-series. (MAC PROG/9 -CAB) 3 m.
HMIs Cables 4 CAB 6 – cable to connect Siemens SIMATIC S 7/MPI via Siemens HMI Adapter, Siemens SIMATIC S 5/3964 R and PC to the RS-422 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 3 m. 4 CAB 7 – cable to connect Siemens SIMATIC S 5/PG 1 straight to the RS-422 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 3 m.
HMIs Cables 4 CAB 8 – to connect the terminals in the E-series to PLCsystems via RS-485. Adapter placed on the RS 422 -port at the terminals. 4 CAB 9 – cable to connect Mitsubishi Fr-A / E inverters straight to the RS-422 -port on the terminals in the E-series. 3 m.
2 serial ports gives you freedom 4 Transparent mode – Communication with the PLC system via the terminal, online 4 No protocol mode – Communication with external units 4 Serial Printer – Communication with a serial printer HMIs
HMIs The Communication 4”Point to point”, master/slave – Terminal read/write information. – PLC replys on requested information. 4 Signals which effects the communication time – Overhead signals except signals in the current block. – alarms, trends, display-signals, LED-registers, block-prints, index, register for PLC-watch etc. Message packet
HMIs The Communication 4 Signals which NOT effects the communication time – Signals connected to function – keys, time channels, objects in alarm texts. Message packet 4 Effective communication = (as few message packets as possible) – – Group signals. Don’t dump the watch with to short interval. Block change with display register. Packaging of signals (consecutive order).
The future requires new concepts 4 New concepts reach new markets gives us new customers 4 Openness is one key to the future 4 More effective development work 4 Even higher quality HMIs
HMIs The HMI strategy Internet technology More openness PC-based HMI functionality Windows CE More efficient tools High functionality Easy handling Optimized for Mitsubishi Electric products
HMIs Future customer requirements * Supervisory connectivity - Remote HMI/PLC process monitoring/control - Diagnostics - Statistic reporting - Internet connection - Data file exchange * Flexible HMI application - Data exchange with Word, VB, Excel. - Reuse of objects - More options for advanced users * Plant floor connectivity * OPEN STANDARDS ! - All major PLC: s - PC-based control systems - Fieldbuses - Local networks - TCP/IP-Ethernet. - Windows CE/NT/95 - OPC, Active. X, COM/DCOM - Internet technology
HMIs Product hierarchy SCADA system CEZAR Operator terminals - Graphic - Text
HMIs CEZAR concept Same concept-different platforms Microsoft® Windows CE® Microsoft® Windows NT® C-terminals Adaptions for NT / NT-E / CE environment Desktop Adaptions for NT environment
HMIs CEZAR concept 4 The CEZAR-RT and the CEZAR software will check if all the necessary components exist on the target platform. If not, they will be distributed automatically by the software. C-Terminal CEZAR Developing tool CEZAR-RT Any PC CEZAR-RT ( TCA* ) ( TCA ) The Terminal Client Application is always included in the C-terminals *The Terminal Client Application must be purchased separate
HMIs Basic functions 4 Alarm handling 4 Recipe handling 4 Real-time clock 4 Time channels 4 Trend diagrams 4 Password handling 6
HMIs Operator interface 4 Text 4 Graphic/Pictures 4 Colours 4 Touch screen 4 Print-outs 4 Possibility to start other 4 Windows applications 125º
HMIs CEZAR developing tool Three selectable user levels: 4 Event driven programming (level 2 -3) 4 Programming with Visual Basic-script (level 3) 4 Drag n’ Drop 4 Active. X controls Copy/Paste from Windows 3. Enterprise 2. Professional 1. Basic
HMIs Improved HMI functionality (1) 4 Data exchange with. . . 4 Script language using… 4 Extended character support - Unicode - True Type Fonts 4 Multimedia support - Video - Sound
HMIs Improved HMI functionality (2) 4 Internet access – Web Server - Allow access from other sites – Web Client - Get data from other sites 4 Network possibilities – Distributed objects – Shared data files (alarm list, application) – Network with NT-stations
HMIs Open system 4 Microsoft technology: – OPC - allows for 3. rd party drivers – COM/Active. X - object component base – DCOM - distributed objects 4 Objects based: – Object accessible from external applications – Reuse of objects – Customer can create new objects
HMIs CEZAR Connections How many inputs do You have? USB-Ports 2 x USB Parallell-Port Ethernet-Port TP with RJ 45 Serial-Ports 1 x RS 422 2 x RS 232 Support for Multiple drivers
HMIs Hardware specification NT (1) 4 Intel/Pentium MMX 266 processor 412. 1” Touch TFT display, 800*600, 256 K colours 4 C&T 69000, 2 MB SDRAM video Chips 464 MB RAM memory, expandable to 128 MB 46. 1 GB hard drive , 2. 5", EIDE 42 x USB ports Microsoft 42 x RS-232 ports Windows NT 4 RS-422 ® ®
HMIs Hardware specification NT (2) 4 Parallel port 4 Ethernet TP 100 M, RJ-45 connector 432 bit PCI slot, 2 brackets 42 x 16 bit PC 104 slot, stacked 4 Keyboard, Mouse and sound* connectors Microsoft® Windows NT® * Optional
HMIs Future developments
HMIs Development areas 4 More E-series drivers will still come 4 Strengthen low-end area of E-series 4 EX classified environment 4 Integration of Internet-technology 4 Use the benefits from Windows CE and NT 4 And. . .
HMIs The HMI WEB
HMIs Overview TCP/IP network 4 Functionality – – Terminal network, replacing MAC network, 10 Mbit/s Transfer data between PLC-systems Project transfer More will come. . . 4 Connection possibilities – Ethernet Twisted Pair or coaxial Server – Serial 4 New expansion cards – IFC ETTP, Twisted Pair – IFC ETCX, Coaxial Client BDTP Server/Client
Overview TCP/IP network twisted pair HMIs 4 IFC ETTP in each terminal 4 Maximum length between terminal and HUB is 100 m 4 Twisted pair CAT 5, shielded or not shielded 4 RJ 45 connector 4 The number of connections on the HUB settles the maximum number of terminals connected to each HUB 4 No HUB if only two terminals
Overview TCP/IP network coaxial cable HMIs 4 IFC ETCX in each terminal 4 Maximum length on each segment is 185 m 4 Maximum 30 units on each segment 4 Maximum 5 segments can be connected via repeaters and maximum 3 segments can have units 4 Coaxial cable RG 58 Segment 4 Termination 50
HMIs BDTP improvements in version 5 4 Server Alarms – - Define the alarm in the server, this will be sent to all the clients automatically when the signal is activated. 4 RAS* functionality – Automatic restart of clients when server restart. * Recovery Automatically System
TCP/IP - step 2 Available now! 4 Intranet / Internet connection 4 Remote monitoring/Maneuvering – Via web-sites – Free Browser 4 Data transfer – FTP transfer 4 E-mail – SMTP HMIs
HMIs Local connections 4 Intranet – Local factory network – Good response time – Local domains 4 Call-up Intranet – World-wide access – Good response time – Local domains
HMIs Global connection - www W. W. W. 4 Internet – – Published on the WEB. Uncertain response time. Global domains. Mainly for data of public interest.
HT ML WEB server W. W. W. Standard Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator) WEB Server HMIs 4 Each terminal has a homepage. 4 HTML-pages can contain real-time and PLC/HMI-data 4 HTML-pages are created on PC and downloaded to the terminal HTML blablabl HTML abbl <ssi> -------l -----
HMIs WEB server - remote Monitoring/Manoeuvring and Control W. W. W.
HMIs WEB server - remote Monitoring/Manoeuvring and Control W. W. W.
HMIs HTML codes W. W. W. User HTML-pages with 4 SSI-code – – – – Standard Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator) <-!get_date. fn-!-> <-!get_time. fn-!-> <-!get_diag. fn-!-> <-!get_ipaddr. fn-!-> <-!get_domainname. fn-!-> <-!get_mode. fn-!-> <-!get_device. fn-!-> Function executed when server sees special codes
HMIs HTML codes W. W. W. User HTML-pages with 4 CGI-Scripts – – <-!set_date. fn-!-> <-!get_time. fn-!-> <-!set_mode. fn-!-> <-!set_device. fn-!-> Standard Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator)
HMIs HTML codes
HMIs WEB server - remote Monitoring/Manoeuvring and Control W. W. W. Standard Web Browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator) JAVA Applet 4 View current screen of terminal 4 Remote control terminal by mouse clicks on PC
HMIs WEB server - remote Monitoring/Manoeuvring and Control W. W. W.
HMIs FTP server - data transfer W. W. W. Standard FTP client (Included in Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator) 4 Process data transfer – Recipes – log / Trend data – Alarm list 4 Application data transfer – HTML files FTP Server
HMIs Transparent mode W. W. W. GPP/WIN (2001) MM+ (April 2001) 4 Reach PLC through network 4 Requires support from PLC configuration software 4 Tunneling PLCprotocols
HMIs You have mail. . . W. W. W. Outlook Express/Netscape. (POP 3) Can redirect mails to f. ex GSM texts Standard POP 3 Mail server SMTP Client 4 Mail on alarm 4 Reports through email (textblock) 4 Forwarding E-mails
HMIs GOT Product line up 4 F 900 GOT 4 A 900 GOT 4 GOT Software
HMIs F 900 GOT Range 4 F 940 GOT – F 940 GOT-LWD-E Monochrome – F 940 GOT-SWD-E – 8 colours 4 F 930 GOT-BWD-E – Monochrome
HMIs F 900 GOT functions 4 Touch screen with IP 66 F(F 940 GOT) 4 Security function 41: n Network 4 Transparent Mode 4 Alarm function 4 Recipe function 4 Device Monitor 4 Graphical and Text-Objects 4 F 940 GOT replaces and contains all functions of FX-50 DU-TK(S)-E
HMIs Communication connections PLC Connection method FX 1, FX 2 C, FX 0 S, FX 0 N, FX 2 NC CPU direct connection Q/A series CPU direct, PC link Allen-Bradley PLC SLC 500 series CPU direct, RS 232 C OMRON SYSMAC C series FUJI N series PC link PC board RS 232 C * Connection to Siemens PLC is also planned.
HMIs F 930 GOT-BWD-E Dimensions 49 mm 75 mm 146 mm Display size : Display colour: Display device: Touch switches: 4. 4 -inch (280 x 80 dots) 2 -colour (blue/white) STN 4 x 15 = 60 (50 positions/screen can be set. )
HMIs F 930 GOT benefits 4 Small and Compact high performance GOT 4 Dimensional analysis: – Outer dimensions: 146 x 75 mm – Depth: 49 mm (45 mm recessed into panel) 4 High resolution / Industry’s Premiere Resolution – The 240 x 80 -dot screen (15 x 5 lines) provides the industry’s highest resolution in the small-class display category. 4 Long-Life Backlight / Industry’s Longest Lasting Backlight. – A full 50, 000 hours of operation with a single Backlight. – This long-life Backlight offers maintenance-free operation.
HMIs F 930 GOT benefits 4 Quick One-Touch Switching – The FX 2 N and FX 2 NC series connected (direct CPU connection) – One-touch operations are conducted in 0. 16 sec with high-speed response. 4 Simple Multiple Connectivity (up to 4 GOTs maximum) – Using direct CPU connections with the MELSEC FX or A Series – A maximum of 4 F 930 GOTs can be connected to a sequencer.
HMIs F 930 GOT-BWD-E 4 IP 66 F Rating 4146 x 75 x 49 mm- classed as the worlds smallest control unit. 4 Easier on the eyes than any comparable screen on the market. 4 Easy-to-read wide-angle LCD. 4 Network expansion a standard feature for up to four units. 4 Sampling mode for measurements and recording.
HMIs Networking Hardware 4 Terminal Network with up to 4 stations possible 4 Transparent mode Main control panel remote‚P PLC RS 422 30 m remote‚Q remote‚R RS 232 C RS 422 15 m 30 m remote‚S RS 232 C 15 m
HMIs F 940 GOT Display properties 4 Display properties 50° – – 50° 45° 60° 320 x 240 Pixel STN LCD 8 colours or Monochrome Excellent view from all angles
HMIs F 940 GOT Dimensions 57 85 22. 5 130 22. 5(Frame) 4 Compact size 23. 5 162 115 Display 5. 7 In 23. 5 Frame • 5. 7 in Terminal with less Dimension • Water and oil resistent • IP 66 F!
HMIs Comparison of terminals Category FX-50 DU-TKS F 940 GOT Touch keys 32 50 30 50 Display Parameters mode Lamps 50 50 Memory 128 K 512 K Varieties 50 256 Alarm mode History 200 1, 000 I/O 2 4 Sampling Trigger 800 2, 000 mode Number Freq. 2, 000 Dust/Water/Oil IP 65 F Comparison x 1. 6 x 1. 7 Same x 4 x 5. 1 x 5 x 2. 5 Same +Oil resist.
HMIs Mitsubishi’s new GOT’s A 900 GOT series 4 A 985 GOT-TBA-EU – 256 colours 800 x 600 Pixel TFT 12” 4 A 975 GOT-TBA-B-EU – 256 colours 640 x 480 Pixel TFT 10, 4“ 4 A 970 GOT-SBA-B-EU – 16 colours 640 x 480 Pixel STN 10, 4“ 4 A 960 GOT-EBA-EU – Monochrome 640 x 400 Pixel EL 8, 9“
HMIs Introducing A 900 GOT 4 High speed screen data transfers and OS transfers. – also store screen data from a GOT in a memory card (PCMCIA) and then edit to a PC 4 List program edit function – minor modification can be made on site – compatible with MELSEC-A Series – command list offers to write, monitor, insert, delete and parameter edit functions
HMIs Improved recipe handler Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Recipe data 1 D 102 D 103 Data m m=Max. 8 k words Recipe data 2 n =Max. 256 Recipe data n D*** Programmable controller Commercial SRAM card or flash PC card
HMIs Bus connection and Recipes 4 Fast Bus Connections – use a MELSEC-A/Qn. A programmable controller for the fastest bus connection. – You can achieve similar performance from three GOTs connected by bus as from a single connected GOT – high speed response via a bus connection for cyclic communication 4 Recipe functions – data can be stored onto memory cards useable by other GOTs Mem. card Recipes
HMIs A 900 GOT Security 4 Security functions – 16 security levels Password input
A 900 GOT Communication speed HMIs Bus connection is fastest
HMIs A 900 GOT dimensions 4 Extremely slim and compact 4 Slim line terminal using new Bus or RS 422 communication modules 46 mm Size (W x H x D): 297 x 208 x 46 for colour Terminals 268 x 192 x 49 for EL Terminal
HMIs Connections 4 A 9 GT-BUSS – Bus connection 4 A 9 GT-RS 4 – Serial connection 4 PCMCIA card (with. Qn. A series) – Memory cards for programs and recipe
HMIs PLC connection PLC Connection method FX 1, FX 2 C, FX 0 S, FX 0 N, FX 2 NC CPU direct communication Q/A series CPU direct, PC link, A-Bus and Networks. Allen-Bradley PLC SLC 500 series RS 232 C OMRON SYSMAC C series Yasukawa series PC link
HMIs GOT Software 4 GT Works, one Software for all GOT (AGOT and FGOT) (SWn. D 5 C-GOTRE-E) 4 FX-DU-SW-WIN-E (Ver. 2. 30) only for FGOT DU FX-DU-WIN-SW-E F 900 GOT SW 4 D 5 C-GOTRE-SW Common
HMIs GT Works 4 Converter for old projects 4 Documentation function 4 Improved help function 4 Debug function 4 Project manager 4 Templates and tool bar 4 Expanded libraries 4 Simulation Tools
HMIs GOT Software 4 Compatibility A 900 GOT and A 870 GOT 800 screen data Convertor GOT 900 screen data 4 Compatibility FX-50 DU-TKS and F 940 GOT FX-50 DU-TKS FX-DU-WIN-SW F 940 GOT
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