SIMATIC Process Control System PCS 7 V7.0 PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 21PrefacePreparations forGetting Started - Part 22SIMATICProcess Control System PCS 7 V7.0PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started3Configuring the hardwareWorking in the planthierarchy4Using textualinterconnections5Configuring CFC charts withthe use of rational functions6Configuring SFC charts withthe use of rational functions7Compiling, downloading, andtesting charts89Configuring the PCS 7 OSOperating and monitoring inprocess mode10Performing the additionaltask1109/2007A5E00857270-02
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Table of contents1Preface . 72Preparations for Getting Started - Part 2. 13220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168Prerequisites for Getting Started.13Requirements for working through Getting Started - Part 2 .13Hardware requirements for Getting Started - Part 2 .14Software requirements for Getting Started - Part 2 .22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.2.4Introduction to the project for Getting Started.17System configuration for the 'color gs' project .17Introduction to the overall project.18Task definition for Getting Started - Part 2 .19Overview of configuration tasks 188.8.131.52.11Making the preparations .22Overview of default settings.22How to make the settings in the Configuration Console.23How to select the communications processor in Simatic Shell.24How to retrieve the project from the archive .25How to adapt the hardware configuration of the AS .26How to adapt the blocks for the example project.27How to adapt the project data for the example project .28How to rename the PC station .29How to adapt the name of the OS.30How to adapt the configuration of the OS.31How to make settings in NetPro.32Configuring the hardware . 3184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11Principle of simulation with hardware components.33Implementing simulation with hardware.33How to change the name of the plant bus .34How to add the distributed I/O .318.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.2.6Function and use of symbolic names .37Using symbolic names .37How to assign symbolic names.38Symbolic names for the digital input module .40Symbolic names for the digital output module .41Symbolic names for the analog input module.42Symbolic names for the analog output module.42PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-023
Table of contents4564Working in the plant hierarchy . 434.1Adapting the plant hierarchy . 434.2How to expand the plant hierarchy . 444.3How to add process pictures. 46Using textual interconnections . 475.1What are textual interconnections?. 475.2Textual interconnections in CFC charts . 485.3Textual interconnections in SFC charts . 49Configuring CFC charts with the use of rational functions. 516.1Overview of the work in CFC . 5188.8.131.52.2.2Expanding the master data library . 52Expanding the master data library . 52How to store the additional blocks . 184.108.40.206.11Simulation charts and chart-in-chart technique. 54Implementing simulation with CFC charts. 54Function of the simulation charts . 55Function of the "General" CFC chart . 57How to insert CFC charts for REAC1. 58How to Create the "General" Chart. 59How to create the "SIMV" simulation chart . 61Step 1 - How to insert blocks into "SIMV" . 61Step 2 - How to assign parameters for the inputs and outputs of "SIMV" . 63Step 3 - How to interconnect the inputs and outputs of "SIMV". 64How to create the "SIMMO" simulation chart. 67How to create the "SIMREAC" simulation chart. .4Working with process tag types . 74Use of process tag types. 74How to create "MOTOR" process tags using process tag types . 76Step 1 - How to create the "TYPE MOTOR" top chart. 76Step 2 - How to create the "TYPE MOTOR" process tag type . 79Step 3 - How to create the "MOTOR REAC1" import file. 84Step 4 - Editing the "MOTOR REAC1" import file . 86Step 5 - How to create "TYPE MOTOR" process tags . 90The results. . 92How to create "VALVE" process tags using process tag types . 94Step 1 - How to create the "TYPE VALVE" top chart. 94Step 2 - How to create the "TYPE VALVE" process tag type . 97Step 3 - How to create the "VALVE REAC1" import file . 98Step 4 - How to edit the "VALVE REAC1" import file. 99Step 5 - How to create "TYPE VALVE" process tags . 101How to close textual interconnections. 103PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-02
Table of contents7220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.5.4Modifications of process tag types.105Making subsequent changes .105The most important information about the import/export file .106How to add a parameter .107How to make corrections - basic procedure .122.214.171.124.6.2Creating other CFC charts .112How to create the "CFC LI311" CFC chart .112How to create the "CFC Chart TC 311" CFC chart.1126.96.36.199Summary.120Summary: "Rational engineering in the CFC configuration".120Configuring SFC charts with the use of rational functions. 1237.1Overview of configuration steps in the SFC.1188.8.131.52.2.2Modification of the SFC charts in the 'RMT1/2' plant sections .124Modifications in the RMT parts of the plant .124How to modify the SFC charts of the RMTx parts of the plant .184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.15Working with SFC types.128Overview of SFC types .128What are the important elements in an SFC type?.129Planning for the "REAC" SFC type .130How to create an SFC type.132Step 1 - How to create an SFC type .133Step 2 - How to open the "REAC" SFC type .134Step 3 - How to define the control strategies.135Step 4 - How to create the sequencers .137Step 5 - How to specify the setpoints .139Step 6 - How to create process values .141Step 7 - How to create the block contacts .142Step 8 - How to configure the "RESET" sequencer.144Step 9 - How to Configure the "Heating" and "Drain" Sequencers.147Step 10 - How to create an SFC instance .150Step 11 - How to store the SFC type in the master data library .1522.214.171.124Summary.153Summary of "Rational engineering in the SFC configuration" .153Compiling, downloading, and testing charts. 1558.1Compiling, downloading and testing your project .1558.2How to compile and download the project .1558.3How to test the program.159PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-025
Table of contents91011Configuring the PCS 7 OS . 1619.1Overview of work when configuring the OS . 16126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.2.4Creation of icons . 162How to create your own icons for process pictures . 162How to open the picture file for your icons. 162How to create the icons for the agitator . 163How to create the icons for the pump . ing with standard block icons. 169Where are the standard block icons stored? . 169Modification of the default block icons . 170How to create a new template file. 171How to modify the default block icons. 171Step 1 - How to store copies of the required block icon . 172Step 2 - How to change the properties of the "MOTOR" block icon . 173Step 3 - How to adapt the representation of the pump . 174Step 4 - How to modify the "SFC TYPE" block icon . 17184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4.4Creating block icons and compiling the OS . 178Creating block icons and compiling the OS . 178How to select the option for creating block icons. 179How to create the block icons . 180How to compile the OS . 1818.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199Creating a process picture . 184Creating a process picture . 184How to create the process picture . 184How to insert a status display . 188How to insert buttons for RMT1 and RMT2 . 191How to modify the RMT1 and RMT2 process pictures . 19188.8.131.52Summary . 196Summary of "Rational Engineering for the OS Configuration". 196Operating and monitoring in process mode . 19710.1Functions in process mode . 19710.2Operating the SFC instance. 19810.3How to start the SFC instance . 19810.4How to select the control strategy. 19910.5How to change the setpoint for the temperature. 20010.6How to switch the simulation method. 20110.7How to specify the minimum fill level . 202Performing the additional task . 20311.1Overview of the configuration of reactor 2 . 20311.2How to configure the "REAC2" part of the plant . 20411.3How to compile the changes . 206Index. 2116PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-02
1PrefacePurpose of this documentationGetting Started - Part 2 introduces the PCS 7 functions you can use for fast and effectiveconfiguration of you plant. These functions are especially convenient for configuring large,complex plants.Getting Started - Part 2 is intended for users who have already worked throughGetting Started - Part 1.Required basic knowledgeYou should already have knowledge in the following areas: Microsoft operating system Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 Basic knowledge in the field of process automation Functions and configuration of SIMATIC S7 (S7-400, STEP 7) Functions and configuration of SIMATIC NET (network components, transmission media)You should also be familiar with the basic functions of PCS 7. This includes all functionsdescribed in Getting Started - Part 1. Detailed instructions are provided for all functions thatwere not covered in Getting Started - Part 1. If necessary, you can refer back to the detaileddescriptions in Getting Started - Part 1.Validity of the documentationThis documentation is valid for the software package Process Control System;PCS 7 Toolset V7.0.PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-027
PrefaceGuideGetting Started - Part 2 is a continuation of Getting Started - Part 1. In this Getting Started,you will configure a unit for the color project. In doing so you will become familiar withfunctions of rational engineering. You will find important background information needed tounderstand the individual topics and, of course, detailed step-by-step instructions forperforming the configuration.You are also provided with a completed "color gs" example project for Getting Started 2,which is archived in "color gs2.zip". This is installed along with the system documentation ofPCS 7. You open this project on an existing engineering station (ES) in order to view theconfiguration data and compare the data with your own configuration data. You activate theproject on an operator station (OS) in order to operate and monitor the process.NoteTo test the example project in process mode, the hardware configuration of the project mustcorrespond to your actual hardware configuration. If necessary, replace the hardwarecomponents in the example project with the actual hardware components present.Further information may be found in Getting Started - Part 1.Start Simatic Documentation English PCS 7 Getting Started Part 1 (Online Help) orPCS 7 Getting Started Part 1 (PDF)NoteMany preparatory tasks that you will do in Getting Started - Part 2 were already described indetail in Getting Started - Part 1. Therefore, they are only described in outline form in thispart of Getting Started. You can find detailed information in Getting Started - Part 1. This ispart of the system documentation for PCS 7 that is included in the standard installation ofPCS 7.Select the following menu command to open Getting Started - Part 1:Start Simatic Documentation English PCS 7 Getting Started Part 1 (Online Help) orPCS 7 Getting Started Part 1 (PDF)8PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-02
PrefaceConventionsIn this Getting Started, all the instructions are given using their full menu commands. Youcan also activate the majority of functions via the context menu or by double-clicking.NoteIn this documentation the designations of elements of the user interface are specified in thelanguage of this documentation. If you have installed a multi-language package for theoperating system, some of the designations will be displayed in the base language of theoperating system after a language switch and will, therefore, differ from the designationsused in the documentation.In PCS 7, you can use standard Windows functions in many situations: Multiple selection using the "CTRL" and "Shift" keys Column sorting in tables by clicking on the column header Use of drag & drop instead of copy and pasteIf you open the HTML version of Getting Started, you can run video sequences. You canfollow along step-by-step in these video sequences. Video sequences are indicated by thefollowing icon:VideoClick on the word "Video" to start a video sequence. You start and stop the video sequencesusing the corresponding commands in the context menu.The individual tutorials in Getting Started build on each other so that you will create your owncomplete PCS 7 project step-by-step. For this reason, you should work through all thetutorials in the specified sequence.PCS 7 glossaryYou can find a PCS 7 glossary defining the most important technical terms used in thedocumentation on the DVD SIMATIC PCS 7; Manual Collection or within the PCS 7 softwarethrough the help menu SIMATIC Manager (menu command Help Topics "Glossary"button).PCS 7 - Getting Started - Part 2Getting Started, 09/2007, A5E00857270-029
PrefaceAdditional informationYou will find detailed background information and general context in the following manuals,which you can use for reference purposes: Configuration manual Process Control System PCS 7; Engineering System Configuration manual Process Control System PCS 7; Operator StationThese manuals are stored as follows: as PDF files on the DVD "PCS 7 Engineering Toolset V7.0" In the PCS 7 software in SIMATIC Manager.They can be accessed there using Start Simatic Documentation [required language] from the menu.If you wish to familiarize yourself with specific topics in greater depth, refer to the appropriatemanuals, for example, for SFC and CFC.Additional supportIf you have further questions about the use of products presented in this manual, contactyour local Siemens representative:A list of Siemens representatives is available at:http://www.siemens.com/automation/partnerA guide to the technical documentation for individual SIMATIC products and systems isavailable at:http://www.
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