SIMOTION SCOUT TIA Getting Started - Siemens

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PrefaceSIMOTIONMotion ControlGetting Started with SIMOTIONSCOUT TIAGetting StartedFundamental safetyinstructions1Getting Started withSIMOTION SCOUT TIA2Prepare the configuration3Create a project4Create SIMOTION deviceand configure onlinecommunicationStart SIMOTION SCOUT TIA6Download the project to thetarget system7Configure the drive8Configure the infeed9Configure the axis10Test the axis with the axiscontrol panel11Configure digital outputs12Programming the SIMOTIONapplication13Configure execution system14Starting and stopping thesystem15Monitor the application16ESD directivesValid as of Version 4.511/20165A

Legal informationWarning notice systemThis manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to preventdamage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alertsymbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below aregraded according to the degree of danger.DANGERindicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken.WARNINGindicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken.CAUTIONindicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken.NOTICEindicates that property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken.If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will beused. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to propertydamage.Qualified PersonnelThe product/system described in this documentation may be operated only by personnel qualified for the specifictask in accordance with the relevant documentation, in particular its warning notices and safety instructions. Qualifiedpersonnel are those who, based on their training and experience, are capable of identifying risks and avoidingpotential hazards when working with these products/systems.Proper use of Siemens productsNote the following:WARNINGSiemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technicaldocumentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended orapproved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation andmaintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems. The permissibleambient conditions must be complied with. The information in the relevant documentation must be observed.TrademarksAll names identified by are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. The remaining trademarks in this publicationmay be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner.Disclaimer of LiabilityWe have reviewed the contents of this publication to ensure consistency with the hardware and software described.Since variance cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full consistency. However, the information inthis publication is reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections are included in subsequent editions.Siemens AGDivision Digital FactoryPostfach 48 4890026 NÜRNBERGGERMANY 10/2016 Subject to changeCopyright Siemens AG 2016.All rights reserved

PrefaceScope and standardsThis document is part of the Engineering System Handling documentation package.Scope of validityThis manual is valid for SIMOTION SCOUT, product version V4.5.SIMOTION DocumentationAn overview of the SIMOTION documentation can be found in the SIMOTION DocumentationOverview document.This documentation is included as electronic documentation in the scope of delivery ofSIMOTION SCOUT TIA and it comprises ten documentation packages.The following documentation packages are available for SIMOTION V4.5: SIMOTION Engineering System Handling SIMOTION System and Function Descriptions SIMOTION Service and Diagnostics SIMOTION IT SIMOTION Programming SIMOTION Programming - References SIMOTION C SIMOTION P SIMOTION D SIMOTION Supplementary DocumentationHotline and Internet addressesSIMOTION at a glanceWe have compiled an overview page from our range of information about SIMOTION with themost important information on frequently asked topics - which can be opened with only oneclick.Whether beginner or experienced SIMOTION user – the most important downloads, manuals,tutorials, FAQs, application examples, etc. can be found ew/109480700Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIAGetting Started, 11/20163

PrefaceAdditional informationClick the following link to find information on the following topics: Documentation overview Additional links to download documents Using documentation online (find and search ns.com/cs/ww/en/view/109479653My Documentation ManagerClick the following link for information on how to compile documentation individually on thebasis of Siemens content and how to adapt it for the purpose of your own ens.com/My/ww/en/documentationTrainingClick the following link for information on SITRAIN - Siemens training courses for automationproducts, systems and ntly Asked Questions can be found in SIMOTION Utilities & Applications, which areincluded in the scope of delivery of SIMOTION SCOUT TIA, and in the Service&Support pagesin Product /en/ps/14505/faqTechnical supportCountry-specific telephone numbers for technical support are provided on the Internet cs/ww/en/sc/20904Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIAGetting Started, 11/2016

Table of contentsPreface.312345Fundamental safety instructions.91.1General safety instructions.91.2Industrial security.101.3Danger to life due to software manipulation when using removable storage media.11Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIA.132.1Aim of Getting Started.132.2Sample 42.4.5General information.16TIA Portal online help.16SIMOTION SCOUT TIA Online Help.16Available documentation.17Utilities & applications.18Specific safety information.19Prepare the configuration.213.1Restore factory settings.213.2Requirements for online communication.223.3Result in the sample project.23Create a project.254.1Overview.254.2Create new project.254.3Result in the sample project.26Create SIMOTION device and configure online communication.275.1Overview.275.2Create SIMOTION device (1).285.3Configure Ethernet interface (2).295.4Set up PG/PC interface (3).305.5Result in the sample project.406Start SIMOTION SCOUT TIA.417Download the project to the target system.437.1Overview.437.2Save and compile the project.43Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIAGetting Started, 11/20165

Table of contents8910117.3Connect to selected target devices – Go online.447.4Download the project to the target system.48Configure the drive.518.1Overview.518.2Automatic configuration of the drive.518.3Result in the sample project.55Configure the infeed.579.1Overview.579.2Configuring an infeed without DRIVE‑CLiQ interface.57Configure the axis.6110.1Overview.6110.2Creating an axis.6110.3Download the axis configuration to the target system.65Test the axis with the axis control panel.6711.1Overview.6711.2Working with the axis control panel.6711.3Result in the sample project.7112Configure digital outputs.7313Programming the SIMOTION .313.2.413.2.5Variables.76Variable types.76Variables of the sample project.76Creating global device variables.77Creating I/O variables.78Back up the .3.2.313.3.2.4Programming.82Programming languages in the sample project.82MCC Motion Control Chart.82The programming language MCC.82Creating the MCC unit.83Creating the MCC chart.84Inserting command blocks into an MCC .4.7Creating an MCC sample program: basic framework.86Overview.86Program flow.86Variable assignment g bo ready: false / g bo start: true.87Variable assignment g bo start: true.90Switch axis enable.92Home axis.93Position the axis to the target position.95Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIAGetting Started, 11/2016

Table of contents14151613.4.813.4.913.4.1013.4.11Position the axis to the starting position.97Disable axis.99Variable assignment g bo start: false / g bo ready: true.100Variable assignment g bo ready: panding the MCC sample program: control of the infeed.100Program flow.100System function call LineModule control[FB].102Variable assignment LineModule STW: myFB LineControl.periOut.105Create UNTIL loop.106Copy blocks.107Adapt the system function call linemodule control.10813.6Create additional MCC programs for the sample project.10813.7Back up MCC sample FBD ladder logic/function block diagram.110The LAD and FBD programming languages.110Create LAD/FBD unit.111Create LAD/FBD program.111Creating a LAD sample program.113Back up LAD/FBD sample program.11613.9Further programming options.11713.10Result in the sample project.117Configure execution system.11914.1Overview.11914.2Assign programs to tasks.11914.3Download the configured execution system to the target system.12214.4Result in the sample project.123Starting and stopping the system.12515.1Overview.12515.2RUN and STOP operating modes.12515.3Mode selector switch on the software side and the hardware side.12615.4Start program control of the sample project.

Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIA Getting Started Valid as of Version 4.5 11/2016 Preface Fundamental safety instructions 1 Getting Started with SIMOTION SCOUT TIA 2 Prepare the configuration 3 Create a project 4 Create SIMOTION device and configure online communication 5 Start SIMOTION SCOUT TIA 6 Download the project to the target system 7

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