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Tough Panel Plus 15"Copyright 2014 by AVG Automation. All Rights Reserved.

Tough Panel PlusTable of contentsWarnings . 3Product Overview . 4Specifications . 5Installation . 6Mounting Information . 6Powering the Unit . 8Communication . 9COM2 Port . 9COM1 Port . 10Ethernet Port . 11USB Ports . 12Storage Options . 13Micro SD slot . 13Programming the Panel . 14Create a Project . 14Transfer a Project . 18Maintenance and Troubleshooting . 19Hardware Maintenance . 19Changing the Battery . 20Troubleshooting . 212 / 22

Tough Panel PlusWarningsProgrammable control devices such as the Tough Panel Plus are not fail-safe devices and assuch must not be used for stand-alone protection in any application. Unless propersafeguards are used, unwanted start-ups could result in equipment damage or personalinjury. The operator must be made aware of this hazard and appropriate precautions must betaken.In addition, consideration must be given to the use of an emergency stop function that isindependent of the Tough Panel Plus.The diagrams and examples in this user manual are included for illustrative purposes only. Themanufacturer cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the diagramsand examples.TrademarksThis publication may contain references to products produced and/or offered by othercompanies. The product and company names may be trademarked and are the sole propertyof their respective owners. AVG Automation disclaims any proprietary interest in the marksand names of others.Manual part number Touch-Plus-M Copyright 2014, AVG AutomationAll Rights ReservedNo part of this document shall be copied, reproduced, or transmitted in any way without theprior written consent of AVG Automation. AVG Automation retains the exclusive rights to allinformation included in this document.Designed, Built and Marketed by AVG4140 Utica Ridge Rd. · Bettendorf, IA 52722-1327www.uticor.comEU InformationThe Tough Panel Plus is manufactured in compliance with European Union (EU) Directives andcarries the CE mark. They been tested under CE Test Standard #EN55011, and is submitted forUL Certification.Products with CE marks perform their required functions safely and adhere to relevantstandards as specified by EU directives provided they are used according to their intendedpurpose and that the instructions in this manual are adhered to. The protection provided bythe equipment may be impaired if this equipment is not used in accordance with this manual.Only replacement parts supplied by AVG Automation or its agents should be used.Technical SupportConsult PLC Editor Programming Software Help. You may also find answers to your questions inthe operator interface section of our website @ uticor.net. If you still need assistance, pleasecall our technical support at 61 2 9482 4000 or FAX us at 61-2 9482 4222.SELV CircuitsAll electrical circuits connected to the communications port receptacle are rated as Safety ExtraLow Voltage (SELV).Preventative and Maintenance CleaningNo special preventative measurement is required.3 / 22

Tough Panel PlusProduct OverviewThank You for using Uticor's new pre-configured HMI. The new 15” Tough Panel Plus functionsas a drop-in replacement. In addition, the Tough Panel Plus provides several enhancementsover its predecessors including additional communication ports, higher resolution, a standardMicroSD slot and more. This manual presents information on the installation, communicationand specifications of the Tough Panel Plus. It also covers the troubleshooting andmaintenance of an existing setup and provides understanding on how to program the panel.4 / 22

Tough Panel PlusSpecificationsINPUT POWERVoltage: 24 VDC nominal (12-28VDC operating range)Max. Power Consumption: 20 Watts for 15" unitMECHANICALMounting: DIN ClipEnclosure: Metal NEMA 4, 4x (indoor)External Dimensions: 16.75" [425.45mm] x 13.00" [330.20mm] x 4.66" [118.47mm]ENVIRONMENTALOperating Temperature: 0 C to 55 CStorage Temperature: -25 C to 65 CHumidity: 10-95% RH, Non-CondensingAtmospheric Conditions: Non-corrosive gasesVibration: 5 to 55Hz, 2g for 2 hours in X, Y, and Z axisShock: 10g for under 12ms in the X, Y, and Z axisElectrical Noise: NEMA ICS 2-230 Showering arc, ANSI C37.90a SWC; Level C Chattering RelayTestHMI DISPLAYBacklight: White LEDBrightness/Life: 400 nits/75,000 hrsTouch Screen: 4/5-Wire Analog ResistivePixel Resolution: 1024 x 768Display View Area: 12.02" x 9.01" (305.28 x 228.96mm)COMMUNICATIONSCommunication Ports:1 RS-232 port (9 pin D-Sub)1 RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 (15-pin D-Sub)4 USB ports with USB 2.0Ethernet port with 1 GB speedMicro SD slot5 / 22

Tough Panel PlusInstallationMounting Information15" Unit: inches [millimeters]Cutout DimensionsNote: Allow for 1-inch clearance between rearof panel and enclosure.6 / 22

Tough Panel PlusMounting InstructionsThe Tough Panel Plus is DIN mounted. All the necessary mounting hardwareis provided with the unit. The 15" unit will require use of 8 DIN Clips whichare provided with the unit. Once the cutout is properly sized for the ToughPanel Plus unit, follow the steps below to secure the unit to the enclosure.1.With the flanges on the DIN Clip pointed away from the enclosuresurface, insert the flanges into both holes on the side of the ToughPanel Plus mounting plate.2.Tighten the screw against the enclosure surface. Note: Tighten DIN Clipsto a maximum of 1.5 inchpounds to provide a proper seal.3.Tighten nut to secure screw against enclosure. Repeat this process withthe remaining DIN Clips.7 / 22

Tough Panel PlusPowering the UnitConnect the power input wires into the HMI'spower terminals. Supply 24VDC nominal (1228VDC) power to the system. If the unit doesnot power up correctly, remove power from thesystem and check all the wiring. In addition, seethe Indicator Light section below fortroubleshooting.Indicator Light StatusIndicatorLightLED BehaviorCOM1 ActivityBlinking RedCOM1 ActivityGreenCOM2 ActivityBlinking RedCOM2 ActivityGreen8 / 22StatusDescriptionPanel transmittingthrough RS232 portPanel receivingthrough RS232 portPanel transmittingthrough RS422/485/RS232 connectionPanel receivingthrough RS422/485/RS232 connection

Tough Panel PlusCommunicationCOM2 PortThis is the RS-232C, RS-422A or RS-485A female 15-pin D-Sub Connector toconnect to other PLCs. Most PLCs connect to the 15-pin D-Sub with a cablespecific to the PLC is GNDPLC TXD (RS-232C)PLC RXD (RS-232C) 5V (100W)Logic GNDLEPLC CTS (RS-232C)PLC RTS (RS-232C)RXD (RS-422A)RXD- (RS-422A)TXD (RS-422A)TXD- (RS-422A)Terminating Resistor(connect to pin 9)NCNC9 / 22

Tough Panel PlusCOM1 PortThe Tough Panel Plus has a built-in serial port (COM1 PORT) located on the 9-pinD-Sub connector. COM1 PORT is an RS-232 port which requires an appropriateRS-232C cable (P/N: UT-CPG1) for programming the unit through a PC. It servesas the default programming port on the Tough Panel Plus. Since COM1 has fixedcommunication parameters, you can always connect the programming softwareto the PLC through the port without needing to make different configurationchanges.10 / 22

Tough Panel PlusEthernet PortThere is an Ethernet port availableon the Tough Panel Plus. This portenables users to add/updateprogramming through an Ethernetconnection. It allows for both PCandPLCsimultaneouscommunications. It can also beused for Internet access and emailalerts.The following is a list of current drivers supported by the Tough Panel Plus HMIs.We are always updating PLC compatibility, if you don't see your type PLC in thistable, visit our web site at uticor.net or call technical support at 1-563-359-7501.PLC ManufacturerAVG/EZAutomationSerial DriversEZPLCAllen BradleyDH485/AIC/AIC DF1 Half DuplexDF1 Full DuplexModbus (Koyo addressing)Modbus RTUDirect NETADC K-SequenceDo More SerialModbus RTUModbus Uni-TelwayHost link adapterKOYO (AutomationDirect)ModiconOmronGESiemensEthernet DriversUticor Ethernet TCP/IPEthernet/IPDF1 over EthernetModbus TCP/IPECOM EthernetDo More EthernetModbus TCP/IPGE SRTPSiemens ISOEthernet11 / 22

Tough Panel PlusUSB PortsTough Panel Plus HMIs come equipped withfour USB ports. Currently the USB ports forthe Tough Panel Plus are only used for USBFlash drives (data collection or programupload), and only one drive can be used at atime.Note: Only the one storage device(Micro SD or USB) may be used as a storagedevice at a given time.12 / 22

Tough Panel PlusMicro SD slotA Micro SD slot is available to allow for additional storage or data transfer.Simply insert a Micro SD into the slot and it will load automatically. Whenfinished, push down on the Micro SD card to eject it from the unit.Network Option CardsDepending on model purchased, network option cards are available foradditional connectivity. Compatible network option boards includeDataHighway Plus, Modbus Plus, Devicenet, Profibus, and CC-Link.13 / 22

Tough Panel PlusProgramming the PanelCreate a ProjectThis section outlines the basics of creating a project using the uWIN software. Furtherprogramming information for the Tough Panel Plus is located in the Software Manual.Launch your Programming Software and select how you would like the program to linkto the Windows HMI unit. For this scenario, you can select 'Edit Program OFF-LINE.'This will enable you to create a program without having the Windows HMI unitconnected.NOTE: uWIN software must be version 2.2 or later to communicate with the ToughPanel Plus.1. Enter a project name (e.g. Test). Click OK.2. Under Panel Family, select Tough Panel Plus. The size field will automaticallypopulate as 15".14 / 22

Tough Panel Plus3. Next, select the PLC Manufacturer and protocol you would like to use with the unit.(Example shown below.)4. Click OK to launch the editing software program. The Main Project Window willthen appear. The steps below outline how to create a sample panel program.Create a Panel Program: Click on “Panel” and "Scr 1" to create the Panel display screen asexplained in the sample below.1. In the Main Menu, click on Objects Buttons Buttons. The screen below willappear. Enter START for Tag Name. Click OK.A dialog box might appear requesting the memory location. Enter "S1" in the fieldto the right of "Address String." The Data Type should be marked as DISCRETE. ClickOK.2.15 / 22

Tough Panel PlusClick anywhere on the screen to place the Button object. Double click the icon toopen its object dialog box if you need to adjust the object's appearance or attributes.Clicking "Simulates Press" will allow you to toggle between On and Off states.3.Similarly, you can create an Indicator Light Object by selecting Objects DataDisplay Indicator Light. Enter Lamp for Tag Name. Click OK. Place the object on thepanel. Your screen should look like the picture below.4.16 / 22

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Tough Panel PlusTransfer a ProjectAfter a project is complete, the next step is to transfer the project to the Tough PanelPlus unit. When editing projects online, programming information is automaticallysent to the unit once the project is saved. When editing in an off-line mode, theproject information will need to be transferred. To transfer the project follow thesteps outlined below:From the Project drop down menu, select File Transfer to Panel. A dialog boxsimilar to the one below will appear.If transferring serially:1. Verify the RS-232C cable (P/N: UT-CPG1) is connected between the unit andthe PC. In the absence of an RS-232 port on the PC, a USB to RS-232 convertermay be used to connect the programming cable to the PC.Note: The recommended USB to Serial converters are ATEN-UC-232A orBelkin-F5U409.2. Select Serial (COM1) as method of transfer under PC to Panel Connection. Andthen click Start.If transferring via Ethernet:1. Select Ethernet as PC to Panel Connection.Note: Click the Specify IP/Port button in order to make adjustments to the IPAddress or Port.2. Then click Start.When finished, a Transfer Completed message will be displayed. Click OK to continueand the project is now transferred.18 / 22

Tough Panel PlusMaintenance and TroubleshootingHardware MaintenanceRoutine maintenance checks should be performed on the unit to avoid any risk ofhardware problems. The Tough Panel Plusis designed to be a very rugged controllerso that just a few checks periodically will help keep it up and running.The key points to be checked include:· Ambient operating conditions· Wiring and connectionsMaintaining the Ambient Operating ConditionsKeeping the Tough Panel Plus unit's environment within specified operatingconditions is the best method to minimize the maintenance.1. Always ensure that ambient temperature inside the cabinet is within ToughPanel Plus unit's temperature ratings.2. If any other equipment inside or outside of the cabinet is producing heat,employ cooling methods like a blower fan to reduce 'hot spots' around theToughPanel Plus.3. Periodically inspect and clean if there are any air filters on the cabinet. Ensurethat the unit is free from dust, humidity and corrosive gases.19 / 22

Tough Panel PlusChanging the BatteryThe unit comes with a built in Lithium battery with a 5 year life expectancy. Thesteps below outline the process to change the battery inside the unit. Since onlythe information saved to the registers/discretes available on a power cycle willremain intact, please save pertinent information before attempting to changethe battery. Then remove power from the unit.1. Open the back cover to access the battery.2.The battery is located in the upper-left hand corner as shown in thefigure below. Remove the old battery and replace with a new 1/2 AA,3.6 V Lithium Battery (Part Number: UT-B).3.4.Close rear cover and ensure that the door latches.Reconnect power source. Connect to PC and run the ProgrammingSoftware to transfer back the user program to the Tough Panel Plus.The Real Time Clock (RTC) will need reset after the battery has been replaced.All information saved to the registers/discretes available on a power cycle willremain intact. Data not saved to registers/discretes available during a powercycle will be lost.20 / 22

Tough Panel PlusTroubleshootingIf you encounter difficulties while using our Tough Panel Plus device, please consult the tablebelow. Additional assistance is also available within the uWIN Software Help. Alternatively,you may also find answers to your questions in the operator interface section of our [email protected] uticor.net.ProblemOperationPossibleCauseCPU Status LEDis offSuggested ActionDisconnected or Check and repair power source.faulty powersourceCheck the wiring for loosecontacts and secure them iffound.Ensure that proper polarity isobserved.Input powerlevel is outsideof unit's powerratingspecificationsCPU LED is blinking Bad orred and greencorruptedprogramEnsure that the power beingpresented to the PLC terminal iswithin the specified range.Check the logic programPay special attention to ProgramControl Instructions and makesure there is a Next or Returnstatement at the end of Jump andSubroutine InstructionsCPU LED is redElectrical NoisePower cycle the PLC once to see ifan intermittent high frequencynoise has caused the failure.Follow instructions to avoidelectrical noise.Consider installing an IsolationTransformer if you think the noiseis making its way through thePower source.Check to ensure that RS232 signalGND is not connected to Earthground and the shield is21 / 22

Tough Panel Plusconnected to Earth ground onboth sides.If problem persists, call AVGAutomation for assistance.Communication No communication Disconnected or Check the wiring for loosewith unitloose cablecontacts and secure them iffound.Ensure you are using a correctcommunication cable.No communication Wrong/brokenwith the PC (RS232 cablePort error)Wrongcommunicationport settingsEnsure the correct communicationcable is being used (PGMCBL).Check and correct the COM portattributes.Open the PLC Editor and click onthe configuration buttonWrong COMCheck if correct Serial Port (COM1)port assignment of the computer has beenon the computer selected.Still Need Help?Technical SupportMost of the frequently encountered problems regarding the Tough Panel Plus unit'soperation are answered in the sections above. However, if you still need answers toyour questions, please call our technical support at 61-2 9482 4000Warranty RepairsIf your Tough Panel Plus is under warranty, contact us at 61 2 9482 4000.Out of Warranty ServicesIf your Tough Panel Plus is out of warranty, contact Uticor at 61 2 9482 4000 for anevaluation of repair costs. You can then decide whether it is more economical toproceed with the repairs or to upgrade your system with a new unit.22 / 22

It also covers the troubleshooting and maintenance of an existing setup and provides understanding on how to program the panel. Tough Panel Plus 5 / 22 Specifications . KOYO (AutomationDirect) Modbus (Koyo addressing) Modbus RTU Direct NET ADC K-Sequence Do More Serial Modbus TCP/IP ECOM Ethernet Do More Ethernet Modicon Modbus RTU

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