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Table of Contents
                            Table of Contents
1 TIA
	1.1 What is TIA?
	1.2 Core statement
	1.3 Details
	1.4 Efficiency
	1.5 Vertical integration
	1.6 Horizontal integration
	1.7 Added value
	1.8 Further reading
2 Prerequisites
	2.1 Hardware requirements
	2.2 Software requirements
	2.3 Installing the software
	2.4 Further instructions for installation
	2.5 Language settings
	2.6 Further reading
3  Creating a Project
	3.1 Introduction
	3.2 STEP 7 configuration
		3.2.1 Inserting the PLC
		3.2.2 Inserting the PC station (WinCC)
	3.3 WinCC types
	3.4 Network configuration
	3.5 Network connections
	3.6 Compiling
		3.6.1 What functions are executed during the compilation?
		3.6.2 When should the compilation be carried out?
	3.7 Configuration tool
	3.8 Further reading
4 Tags
	4.1 Introduction
	4.2 Selecting STEP 7 symbols
		4.2.1 Principle of operation
		4.2.2 Transfer of tags
	4.3 Automatic generation
		4.3.1 Principle of operation
		4.3.2 Attributing individual tags in the symbol editor
		4.3.3 Attributing of individual tags in a data block
		4.3.4 Attributing a whole data block
		4.3.5 Attributing input and output parameters of a function block
		4.3.6 Compiling
		4.3.7 S7 data types supported by WinCC
	4.4 Further reading
5 Messages
	5.1 Introduction
	5.2 Bit message procedure
		5.2.1 Principle of operation
		5.2.2 Configuring bit messages
	5.3 Message number procedure
		5.3.1 Features
		5.3.2 Message types
		5.3.3 Overview of message blocks
		5.3.4 Message classes
	5.4 Symbol-related messages
		5.4.1 Configuring scan messages
		5.4.2 Compiling
	5.5 Block-related messages
		5.5.1 Configuring messages with "ALARM_S(Q)"
		5.5.2 Compiling
		5.5.3 Configuring messages with "ALARM_8P"
		5.5.4 Compiling
		5.5.5 Buffering messages with "ALRM7PBT"
		5.5.6 Entering associated values in messages
		5.5.7 Using text libraries
	5.6 Language settings
		5.6.1 Translating and editing user-relevant texts
	5.7 Further reading
6 Diagnostics
	6.1 Introduction
	6.2 System diagnostics
		6.2.1 Asynchronous error OBs
		6.2.2 Synchronous error OBs
		6.2.3 Bus diagnostics in the control
		6.2.4 Diagnostic tools
		6.2.5 Report System Error
		6.2.6 Compiling
		6.2.7 SIMATIC Maintenance Station
		6.2.8 Ladder rung jump
	6.3 Process diagnostics
		6.3.1 Overview of the process diagnostics
		6.3.2 Configuration procedure
		6.3.3 Functional procedure of the process diagnostics
		6.3.4 Monitoring types
		6.3.5 Parameterization of PDiag
		6.3.6 Monitoring with ProAgent in WinCC
		6.3.7 Overview of the diagnostic screens
		6.3.8 Criteria analysis
		6.3.9 Monitoring types
		6.3.10 Configuring error definitions
		6.3.11 Step sequence screen in WinCC / ProAgent
	6.4 Further reading
7 Basic Process Control
	7.1 Introduction
	7.2 Prerequisites
	7.3 Time synchronization
		7.3.1 SIMATIC procedure
		7.3.2 Master/slave principle
		7.3.3 Time synchronization in runtime
		7.3.4 Preventing time jumps
		7.3.5 Hardware support of the time synchronization
		7.3.6 Configuration in WinCC
		7.3.7 Configuration in STEP 7
		7.3.8 Example configuration
		7.3.9 The "Time Synchronization" editor
		7.3.10 Time zones
	7.4 Horn
		7.4.1 Principle of operation
		7.4.2 Overview of horn function
		7.4.3 Message assignment
		7.4.4 Signal assignment
	7.5 OS project editor
		7.5.1 Principle of operation
		7.5.2 Layout
		7.5.3 Message configuration
		7.5.4 Message display
		7.5.5 Area
		7.5.6 Runtime window
		7.5.7 Basic data
		7.5.8 General information
	7.6 Group display
	7.7 Picture Tree Manager
		7.7.1 Configuration procedure
		7.7.2 General information on hierarchy
		7.7.3 Recalculation of the group display hierarchy upon saving
	7.8 Lifebeat Monitoring
		7.8.1 Principle of operation
		7.8.2 Overview of the process diagnostics
		7.8.3 Monitoring of WinCC Stations
		7.8.4 Configuration procedure
	7.9 Further reading
8 Curves
	8.1 Introduction
	8.2 Principle of operation
	8.3 Configuring the process-controlled archiving in WinCC
	8.4 Configuring the process-controlled archiving in STEP 7
	8.5 Structure and parameters of a data block
	8.6 Further reading
9 User archives
	9.1 Introduction
	9.2 Principle of operation
	9.3 Communication via BSEND / BRCV
	9.4 Configuration in WinCC
	9.5 Configuration in STEP 7
	9.6 Further reading
10 Glossary
11 History
                        
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Answers for industry.



WinCC – Examples of integrated
engineering with STEP 7
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Application Description April 2009

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Warranty, Liability and Support
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6.2.7 SIMATIC Maintenance Station

The SIMATIC Maintenance Station is an option package for WinCC and
facilitates a unique diagnostics of the plant components, the so-called
assets, for the maintenance field. Another benefit of the Maintenance
Station is the plant automation and maintenance combined in one system.
This also simplifies the handling as only one system is used for
configuration and the operator control and monitoring of the plant.

Note Note in this connection also the extended diagnostics options of the Basic
Process Control in Chapter 7.

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Terms
Asset

Assets are the individual components of a company. The term "plant-
oriented assets" describes components or devices of the plant or
machines on which maintenance is carried out.

Asset Management
The term asset management summarizes general activities and
measures which maintain or increase the value of a plant. These
measures do not only include the production management and plant
automation and their optimization but, in particular, also the value-
maintaining or value-increasing maintenance.


Plant-oriented Asset Management
The value-maintaining or value-increasing maintenance is also called
plant-oriented asset management. What is particularly important is the
relationship, which is to be as optimal as possible, between the efforts
for value-increasing maintenance and the availability of the plant.
The plant-oriented asset management does not only comprise the
collection of information so that the technical plant condition can be
assessed but also the decision and execution of maintenance
measures.


Plant-oriented asset management system
A plant-oriented asset management system is an EDP system which
has the following functions:

– Collecting online information for assessment of the plant and
component conditions

– Support of decision about maintenance measures

– Preparation and execution of maintenance measures

– Interfaces to other systems for asset management, e.g. EAM/CMMS
or business management

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UTC
Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) is the international time basis which is
determined by atomic clocks. The term GMT was first replaced by the
politically more neutral designation UT (Universal Time). Since UT is based
on meridian crossings of stars and, thus, follows the rotational variations of
the earth, it is unsuitable in the second range for the worldwide coordination
of precision devices (e.g. GPS). Therefore another system was introduced
which contains leap seconds to smooth out these variations. This newer
coordinated system got the extended designation UTC.

VGA
Video Graphics Array (VGA) refers to a computer graphics standard which
defines certain combinations of resolution and bits per pixel (colour depth)
and the refresh rate.

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11 History
Table 11-1 History

Version Date Modifications

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