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Automation and Drives

Verticale integration using engineering tools like


SIMATIC PDM or Drive ES
Remote diagnostic / remote information with
OPC
outside PROFInet
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Vertical Integration with IE/PB Link
Network Transition from Industrial Ethernet to PROFIBUS
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Customer Benefits with Verticale Integration
Central Engineering
Parametrization and diagnsotic of all PROFIBUS devices
Drives via the engineering software Drives ES
PROFIBUS PA devices via SIMATIC PDM, etc.
Central and consistent data management
Optimization of a plant from a central control station
Additional benefits using SIMATIC S7 PLCs within TIA
Remote access to the SIMATIC S7 PLC (on PROFIBUS, Ethernet)
All STEP7 online functions are supported
Download of STEP 7-Programs from central control station
Remote diagnsotic to keep plant downtime to a minimum
Centrale Visualization
Via S7 OPC server, access to process data of a SIMATIC S7 PLC on PROFIBUS; e.g. ET200S
with IM151-CPU as DP-Slave
Access to PROFIBUS devices via Industrial Ethernet
and worldwide via Internet
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How is it possible to reconfigure or optimize a
drive on PROFIBUS with Drive ES ?
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Configuration in Motion Control applications, using a SIMATIC S7 as DP-Master
Sample configuration with SIMATIC S7
*) Drive ES with STEP7
because Drive ES does
not provide an
Ethernet access

Note:
PG w/ STEP7 and PC w/
Drives ES can be one
Station / PC
Data access to
process data via
S7 function
STEP7 program
download, diagnostic
etc. via S7 function
Central engineering
with Drive ES
HMI System
z.B. ProTool Pro
mit OPC-Server
PC with
Drive ES*)
PG with
STEP7
S7-300
e.g. CPU 315-2
DP-Master cl.1
Isochron drives solution
ET200S
with CPU
ET200S
with CPU
CP 343-1
+
Ind. Ethernet
PROFIBUS (w/Motion Control)
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HMI System
e.g. ProTool Pro
with OPC-Server
PC with
Drive ES
PROFInet
IE/PB Link
(DP-M Cl.2)
PG with
STEP7
Configuration in Motion Control applications, using a NON - SIMATIC S7 as DP-
Master
DP-Master Cl.1 e.g.:
SIMATIC S5
PC solution
3rd party controller
ET200S
with CPU
ET200S
with CPU
Ind. Ethernet
PROFIBUS (w/Motion Control)
Isochron drives solution
Sample configuration: Drives in a NON-SIMATIC S7 invironment
*) Drive ES with STEP7
because Drive ES does
not provide an
Ethernet access

Note:
PG w/ STEP7 and PC w/
Drives ES can be one
Station / PC
Data access to
process data via
S7 function
STEP7 program
download, diagnostic
etc. via S7 function
Central engineering
with Drive ES
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Intranet /
Internet
HMI System
e.g. ProTool Pro
with OPC-Server
PROFInet
IE/PB Link
(DP-M Cl.2)
PG with
STEP7
DP-Master Cl.1
Isochron drives solution
Sample configuration for worldwide access
WAN /
Telephon
ES ES
Configuration in Motion Control applications, using a NON - SIMATIC S7 as DP-
Master
ET200S
with CPU
ET200S
with CPU
PC with
Drive ES
Ind. Ethernet
PROFIBUS (w/Motion Control)
*) Drive ES with STEP7
because Drive ES does
not provide an
Ethernet access

Note:
PG w/ STEP7 and PC w/
Drives ES can be one
Station / PC
Data access to
process data via
S7 function
STEP7 program
download, diagnostic
etc. via S7 function
Central engineering
with Drive ES
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Notes, how to use the IE/PB link in Motion Control applications
Installations with S7-300 as DP master the CP343-1 is the most cost effective solution providing
equal functionality
Central engineering with Drive ES on Ethernet Routing via Ethernet CP through the S7 CPU as
DP master to PROFIBUS
With S5, WinAC, PC or 3rd party solution as DP master a central engineering is possible
using the IE/PB link
Routing for engineering systems like Drive ES - is supported
Required is STEP7 and Drives ES Basic as option package
Configuration of the IE/PB link is done with STEP7
Central engineering from Ethernet to multiple PROFIBUS sub-networks possible
The IE/PB link receives the required routing information out of
a STEP7 project ! Using a DP master, which does not require a STEP7 configuration, the PROFIBUS
devices e.g. drives that shall be reached need to be configured in a STEP7 Dummy Project.
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How is it possible to reconfigure or optimize a
process automation device on PROFIBUS PA
with SIMATIC PDM ?
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ET200M
S7-400
with CP443-1
and CP443-5
ES OS
SIMATIC PDM *)
WinCC
DP/PA Link
PA-Gerte
PA-Gerte
Sub-Installation 1
PG
OS
Sample confirguration for a PCS7 installation
Configuration in the process industry PCS7
DP/PA Link
Sub-Installation n
Ind. Ethernet
PROFIBUS
*) SIMATIC PDM with
STEP7 because SIMATIC
PDM does not provide an
Ethernet access

Note:
PG w/ STEP7 and PC w/
SIMATIC PDM can be one
Station / PC
Data access to
process data via
S7 function
STEP7 program
download, diagnostic
etc. via S7 function
Central engineering
with SIMATIC PDM
Data block routing
PROFIBUS-PA
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ET200M
HMI SIMATIC PDM *)
WinCC
DP/PA Link
PA-Gerte
PA-Gerte
PG
Sample configuration process industry
Configuration with SIMATIC PDM in
Not PCS7 Installations
DP/PA Link
PROFInet
IE/PB Link
(DP-M Cl.2)
S7-300
e.g. CPU 315-2
DP-Master Cl.1
Ind. Ethernet
PROFIBUS
PROFIBUS-PA
*) SIMATIC PDM with
STEP7 because SIMATIC
PDM does not provide an
Ethernet access

Note:
PG w/ STEP7 and PC w/
SIMATIC PDM can be one
Station / PC
Data access to
process data via
S7 function
STEP7 program
download, diagnostic
etc. via S7 function
Central engineering
with SIMATIC PDM
Data block routing
SIMATIC PDM wo/ PCS7
SIMATIC S7-300, S5
PC solution
3rd party e.g. Delta V
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Notes, how to use the IE/PB link in Process Automation Applications
Standard gateway in PCS7 installations is a SIMATIC
S7-400 with CP443-1 and CP443-5
Central Engineering with SIMATIC PDM on Ethernet data block routing through both CPs in
the S7-400
Plants, with S7-300, S5 or 3rd party solution as DP master, a central engineering is only
possible using a IE/PB link
For PDM, equal functionality is supported like in PCS7 !
Required is STEP7 and SIMATIC PDM with the options STEP7 integration and S7 routing
Configuration of the IE/PB link is done with STEP7
Extention of existing plants with central engineering, if the S7-400 does not support data block
routing
E.g. PROFIBUS connectivity direct via S7-400 CPU
The IE/PB link receives the required routing information out of
a STEP7 project ! Using a DP master, which does not require a STEP7 configuration, the PROFIBUS
PA devices that shall be reached need to be configured in a STEP7 Dummy Project.
Automation and Drives
How is it possible to display all necessary plant
data from controller on PROFIBUS or Ethernet
on a central visualization station on Ethernet
?
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HMI
z.B. ProTool Pro
with OPC-Server
PROFInet
IE/PB Link
PG with
STEP7
Configuration with central HMI on Ethernet
Data access to process data
via S7 function and OPC

STEP7 programe download,
diagnostic, etc.

S7-300
S7-300
S7-400
Sub-Network with multiple PLCs, connected via PROFIBUS
Data exchange between PLCs
S7 functions, Send/Receive, etc.

Central visualization on Ethernet
ET200S
with
IM151-CPU
Ind. Ethernet
PROFIBUS
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Notes, how to use the IE/PB link for
Central Visualization
Which devices / data on PROFIBUS can be accessed from a visualization station on Ethernet
using S7 functions ?
All devices that support S7 functions (Put, Get, ...) as server
SIMATIC S7-300/400 with integrated PROFIBUS interface or
PROFIBUS CP
ET200S with IM 151 CPU or ET200X with BM 147 CPU
Access to all data on the CPUs, e.g. Data blocks, etc.
Requirements on the PC side:
Application with OPC client interface
Software S7-1613 or SOFTNET S7 for Industrial Ethernet
S7 OPC-Server is included
Today, no direct data access to DP slaves possible !
Process data of a DP slave can be read or write only indirectly via the DP master
Exception DP slaves that support S7 server functionality