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It is suitable for small control tasks with high demands regarding response times and supplementary functions. Up to 32 modules can be connected directly to the SU. For the SU, however, the IM 90 interface module is required for connecting up to six modules.

They are simply mounted on a 35 mm standard mounting rail and interconnected using the integral flat ribbon cable connectors. Each bus unit has Two module slots Rotatable coding "locks" to avoid confusing of modules A terminal block for the signal leads. The internal 20 mA TTY interfaces and the CP modules additionally permit point-to-point connections, for instance, to Printers Terminals Personal computers Other programmable controllers.

They can be used even in places too small for accommodating a conventional control consisting of contactors and relays. They are thus the ideal solution if a controller for a small control task must additionally be fitted in a control cabinet already containing a complete configuration. Table For this purpose, you need four wall brackets that can be pushed into the four openings on the rear of the casing and then mounted on the wall using screws. Optionally, the SU can also be fitted on a 35 mm standard mounting rail.

Power Supply When configuring a system or plant, you have to make sure the PLC is provided with the supply voltage required. The two PLCs permit different configurations.

You can therefore select the PLC that suits your specific task. Analog inputs and outputs are incorporated on the SU board. Interrupt Inputs In addition to the above-mentioned inputs and outputs, the SU and SU feature onboard inputs for interrupt processing. Counter Inputs Many applications require the use of counters.

The onboard counter inputs of the SU and SU are adequate for a great variety of counter functions. Both up counters can be combined in a cascade to form one bit up counter. If these inputs do not meet your requirements, e.

Depending on the task involved, these programs can vary and place various demands on the PLCs. The memory capacity represents a limiting factor for the size of the program so that, for instance, extensive programs cannot be executed in every PLC. If data from the process is additionally stored, the memory space available for the program is again reduced. Execution Time The execution time of the program determines the response time of the programmable controller to signals from the process.

Since execution times vary from program to program, the execution times specified in Table are referred to binary statements 1 statement corresponds to 2 bytes. Organization blocks can be used in which the reaction of the system to interrupts in cyclic program execution can be programmed. Interrupt-Driven Program Execution Some applications require an immediate and adequate response of the system to signals from the process process interrupts.

Normal program execution must therefore be suspended in order to process these interrupts. This is initiated by the operating system which calls an organization block in which the appropriate response has been programmed. Time-Controlled Programming You can use time-controlled programming if you wish to interrupt cyclic program execution at fixed intervals in order to execute another routine.

When the cyclic program is interrupted, an organization block including the routine to be processed is called. For this purpose, the operating system of the SU has a PID controller which can be called up from the program. Standard Function Blocks Besides the performance capabilities of a program, programming overheads are of great importance.

Standard function blocks including standardized program structures for recurrent, usually complex functions can be loaded in the SU. These software blocks can easily be linked into the program and facilitate the task of programming considerably. Special function modules are available for these tasks. Communications Processors CPs Communications processors enable point-to-point connections between the PLC and printers, peripherals or other computers via integral serial interfaces.

Text displays TDs can be used for process monitoring; operator panels OPs enable spontaneous intervention in the process if necessary. Communications Capabilities Point-to-point connections are the ideal solution for connecting up only two devices. They are both economical and very efficient. The optional second serial interface 20 mA of the SU permits the simultaneous connection of programmers and operator panels. Communications processors CPs offer additional communications possibilities.

If more than two devices are to be interconnected, the use of a LAN is recommendable. It can easily be expanded for a maximum of 31 stations. The open LAN architecture permits the connection of non-Siemens field devices. Their functions are implemented by wiring the switching elements. If the control task changes, time-consuming modifications of the wiring have to be made. In a programmable controller, however, rewiring is taken over by the program. Modifications of functions, testing and start-up are thus considerably facilitated.

STEP 5 is easy to comprehend and makes developing of programs user-friendly, flexible and economical. The control system flowchart is ideal for those who prefer the logic representation of machine functions and processes. If you are accustomed to working with circuit diagrams, the use of the ladder diagram is recommendable.

PG , the mobile power pack; full programming performance always at hand. PG , rugged, compact and expandable; ideal for use in the workshop and in the plant. PG , the desktop programmer for configuring and programming, process monitoring and diagnostics. Design of the SU. Internal Electrical Configuration. Internal Electrical Configuration of the SU.

Principle of Operation of the PLCs. Functional Units. Peculiarities of the PLCs. Functional Units of the PLCs.

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