Visualization and diagnostics for S7-300, S7-400 and S7-400H CPUs.
Operators in a control room have access to all status information and parameters relevant to the process to be controlled. Availability and stability are as important as the ability to identify the controller status. Until now, additional engineering tools have been necessary for this purpose.
We offer complete system diagnostics in the framework of our SIMATIC Add Ons. The status of the instrumentation and control equipment can now be displayed directly in the SIMATIC PCS 7/WinCC based control room. Your WinCC operator station can supply detailed information about the S7-300, S7-400 CPUs as soon as the diagnostic environment has been configured.
This Add-on, consisting of SIMATIC and Windows components, can also be integrated into any PCS 7 or STEP 7 project at any time in the future. The visualization component is excellently suited for use in a PCS 7 OS or WinCC environment - although S7-300, S7-400 CPU Diagnostics integrates just as smoothly into other applications. No special engineering know-how is needed, providing you are already familiar with SIMATIC PCS 7 or STEP 7/ WinCC.
No need for additional engineering tools
Engineering in a few easy steps
Simple change-tracking in the hardware configuration - online at any time in WinCC
Identification of the I&C status directly in the control room
Central collection of diagnostics information supplied by the I&C
Standardized presentation of information in a familiar way to users and system administrators
Secured integrity of the runtime environment
The diagnostics software for the S7-300, S7-400 CPU is configured using the standard tools supplied with the SIMATIC PCS 7 or STEP 7/WinCC software.
Six easy steps to reach your goal
Insert the diagnostics block in the S7 program
Export the hardware configuration (cfg-file)
Transfer the block variables to WinCC (AS-/OS transfer)
Insert the diagnostic OCX in the WinCC picture
Connect the transferred block variables to the diagnostic OCX
Specify the path of the exported HW configuration (cfg-file)
Once the diagnostic system has been configured, the engineering environment is no longer necessary.
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