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Operating system update V5 CPU412-1, CPU412-2, CPU414-2, CPU414-3, CPU416-2, CPU416-3, CPU417-4, CPU414-3 PN/DP, CPU416-3 PN/DP, CPU 416F-2, CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

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Firmware download for CPU V5

Firmware versions for standard CPU V5.x

In this entry, you will find the firmware versions for the following S7-400 CPUs:

 

CPU 412-16ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0  
CPU 412-2 6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0
CPU 414-26ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0
CPU 414-36ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0
CPU 416-2F6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0
CPU 416-26ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0
CPU 416-36ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0
CPU 417-46ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0
CPU 414-3 PN/DP 6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0
CPU 416-3 PN/DP 6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0
 CPU 416F-3 PN/DP 6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

 

The latest firmware is located at the end of the entry.

 

General information about the firmware update

When firmware is updated, it must always be updated to the latest version available for the relevant MLFB. The previous versions of the firmware are only intended as a backup to enable you to downgrade to the original version, although this has never been known to be necessary.

The latest version of CPU firmware in each case is valid for all revision levels of this MLFB.

The CPU undergoes a general reset after a firmware update.

 

Firmware update via memory card

Requirements for creating an operating system update card:

  • S7 memory card: Flash 8 MB (order number 6ES7 952-1KP00-0AA0) or more
  • STEP 7 version V3.2 or higher (STEP 7 with the corresponding version is required to operate the new features)
  • PC with external prommer or programming device for programming the memory card

Procedure for creating an operating system update card via STEP 7

  1. Download the desired CPU file
  2. Unzip the file by double-clicking the file name
  3. Delete the memory card with the following action: "File / S7 Memory Card / Delete" in Simatic Manager.
  4. Program the firmware by selecting in Simatic Manager: "PLC/Update operating system", select the destination directory and start programming by selecting the file CPU_HD.UPD and clicking "Open".

Performing the operating system update:

  1. Power OFF the power supply (PS) of the rack in which the CPU is located
  2. Insert the prepared operating system update card in the CPU
  3. Power ON the power supply of the rack in which the CPU is located
  4. The operating system is transferred from the memory card to the FLASH EPROM inside the CPU. During this time, all the indicator LEDs on the CPU are lit.
  5. The operating system update takes about 2 minutes and is completed when the STOP LED on the CPU flashes slowly => memory reset request from the system.
  6. Power OFF the power supply and insert the provided memory card for operation if necessary.
  7. Power ON the power supply. The CPU automatically performs a memory reset and is immediately ready for operation.
  8. Set the time of day after successfully updating the operating system.

 

Firmware update online

You have the option of updating the CPU firmware online.

  1. Start STEP 7 and go into HW Config.
  2. Open the station containing the CPU you want to update.
  3. Select the CPU.
  4. Select the "PLC > Update Firmware" menu command. The menu command is only available if the selected CPU supports the "Update Firmware" function.
  5. In the "Update Firmware" dialog, select the path to the firmware update files (*.UPD) using the "Browse" button.
  6. Once you have selected a file, the information in the lower fields of the "Update Firmware" dialog box shows you the file and firmware version for the corresponding modules.
  7. Click "Run". STEP 7 verifies that the selected file can be interpreted by the module, and then downloads the file to the CPU if verification is positive. If this requires changing the operating state of the CPU, you will be prompted to do this in the relevant dialog boxes. The CPU then automatically updates the firmware.
  8. In STEP 7, verify that the CPU can start with the new firmware (by reading the CPU diagnostic buffer).
  9. Set the time of day after successfully updating the operating system.

 

Downloads

 

Download Firmware Version V5.0.0 (Backup – 18.09.2006)

Start of delivery for CPU V5 with PN interface.

 

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.0.0

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v500.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v500.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v500.exe (2.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.0.1 (Backup – 20.11.2006)

Correction of CPU V5 with PN interface

  • You can use SFC 109 "PROTECT" to switch between protection levels 1 and 2.
  • You can also use the S7-400 PN CPU as a PROFINET standard component with proxy function for the DP subnets on the MPI/DP interface and the IF module.

Start of delivery for all V5 CPUs without PN interface.

 

Product Information a5e00897702_03.pdf (53.7 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.0.1

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v501.exe (1.0 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v501.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v501.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v501.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v501.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v501.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v501.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v501.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v501.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v501.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v501.exe (1.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.0.2 (Backup – 22.12.2006)

Firmware version V5.0.2 corrects behavior when using a command sequence consisting of a bit command and subsequent "Open data block" command

 

Product Information a5e00897702_04.pdf (53.4 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.0.2

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v502.exe (1.0 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v502.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v502.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v502.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v502.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v502.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v502.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v502.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v502.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v502.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v502.exe (1.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.0.3 (Backup – 01.03.2007)

The firmware version V5.0.3 corrects behavior in the self-test algorithms when operating in an increased temperature range (memory test and checksum errors), which is characterized by the following DEFECT identifiers in the diagnostic buffer:

  • 4530 FFyD 50C4 29C5 or
  • 4533 FFyD 5BC4 00B1 or
  • 4533 FFyD 5BC4 00B2

 

Product Information a5e00897702_05.pdf (53.2 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.0.3

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v503.exe (1.0 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v503.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v503.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v503.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v503.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v503.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v503.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v503.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v503.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v503.exe (2.3 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v503.exe (1.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download firmware version V5.1.0 (Backup – 15.06.2007)

Version 5.1.0 contains the following function extension:

  • Data record routing for parameter assignment and diagnostics of field devices on PROFIBUS is possible. For more details, see the CPU Specifications product manual, section 4.2.9

Version 5.1.0 contains the following correction:

  • A system memory reset with the diagnostic buffer entry 16# 4531 "Memory test error in memory submodule" could occur within 90 minutes after downloading a block.
  • Establishing a connection to a module with an IP address outside the local subnet via the open Ethernet communication, e.g. with ISO on TCP, was not possible previously.
  • PROFINET operation of the SCALANCE X-200 (e.g. X216 and X224) was previously limited.

 

Product Information a5e00897702_08.pdf (48.3 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.1.0

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v510.exe (1.1 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v510.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v510.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v510.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v510.exe (2.4 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v510.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v510.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v510.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v510.exe (2.4 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v510.exe (2.4 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v510.exe (1.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.1.1 (Backup – 20.07.2007)

Version 5.1.1 contains the following corrections:

  • Firmware version V5.1.1 corrects behavior with data record routing. With data record routing, a connection to the field device could terminate if the field device reported an error on PROFIBUS.
  • PROFINET CPUs CPU 414-3 PN/DP, CPU 416-3 PN/DP and CPU 416F-3 PN/DP had to be assigned an IP address before downloading the user program when using the "Reset to factory setting".

 

Product Information a5e00897702_09.pdf (47.7 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.1.1

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v511.exe (1.1 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v511.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v511.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v511.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v511.exe (2.4 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v511.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v511.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v511.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v511.exe (2.4 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v511.exe (2.4 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v511.exe (1.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.2.0 (Backup – 27.06.2008)

Function extensions in version 5.2.0:

  • Function extensions are listed in the CPU Specifications manual, edition 06/2008 (ID:23904550). Furthermore, PROFINET IO function extensions are described in the PROFINET System Description manual.

Version 5.2.0 contains the following corrections:

  • A defect with diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: STOP not possible" 16# 4520 811d 233e 00e8 could occur with:
    • Configured minimum cycle time and
    • Use of communication functions (e.g. AG_SEND/AG_RECV) and
    • Simultaneous online access actions, for example, downloading or monitoring a block
  • The system status lists for PROFINET IO can be used when operating with the CP443-1EX40 via SFC51.
  • A defect with diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: Internal system error "16# 4550 2501 3d6e 0001 could occur.
  • A STOP by I/O management could occur when using S5 expansion devices and PROFIBUS DP and simultaneously switching off the DP slaves and S5 expansion devices.
  • Time synchronization via the interface module IF 964-DP is possible.
  • When overloading ALARM_8 instances and simultaneously compressing, a defect could occur with the diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: Internal system error" 16# 4550 0302 6004 0000.
  • A defect with diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: STOP not possible" 16#4520 819d 0019 4576 could occur when using a CP443-1 in PROFINET IO mode and numerous diagnostic interrupts.

 

Product Information a5e02034811_01.pdf (49.1 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.2.0

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v520.exe (2.7 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v520.exe (2.7 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v520.exe (2.7 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.2.1 (Backup – 08.10.2008)

Function extensions in version 5.2.1:

  • Function extensions are listed in the CPU Specifications manual, edition 09/2008. Furthermore, PROFINET IO function extensions are described in the entry: 31626107

Version 5.2.1 contains the following corrections:

  • A defect with diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: STOP not possible" 16# 4520 811d 233e 00e8 could occur (corrected as of V5.2.0) with:
    • Configured minimum cycle time and
    • Use of communication functions (e.g. AG_SEND/AG_RECV) and
    • Simultaneous online access actions, for example, downloading or monitoring a block
  • The system status lists for PROFINET IO can be used when operating with the CP443-1EX40 via SFC51 (corrected as of V5.2.0).
  • A defect with diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: Internal system error "16# 4550 2501 3d6e 0001 could occur (corrected as of V5.2.0).
  • A STOP by I/O management could occur when using S5 expansion devices and PROFIBUS DP and simultaneously switching off DP slaves and the S5 expansion devices (corrected as of V5.2.0).
  • Time synchronization via the interface module IF 964-DP is possible (corrected as of V5.2.0).
  • When overloading ALARM_8 instances and simultaneously compressing, a defect could occur with the diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: Internal system error" 16# 4550 0302 6004 0000 (corrected as of V5.2.0).
  • A defect with diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: STOP not possible" 16#4520 819d 0019 4576 could occur when using a CP443-1 in PROFINET IO mode and numerous diagnostic interrupts (corrected as of V5.2.0).
  • If you use the "Module Information" function with the Web server, you can use any data block as diagnostic status data block.
  • When downloading the hardware configuration, a defect occurred with the diagnostic buffer entry "DEFECTIVE: STOP not possible" 16#4520 9008 0000 0000.
  • In rare cases, the station of a failed DP slave with diagnostics could not return.

 

Product Information a5e02034811_03.pdf (53.6 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.2.1

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v521.exe (1.1 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v521.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v521.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v521.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v521.exe (2.7 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v521.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v521.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v521.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v521.exe (2.7 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v521.exe (2.7 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v521.exe (1.3 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.3.0 (Backup – 30.04.2009)

Function extensions in version 5.3.0:

Advanced system diagnostics for the external PROFINET interface:

  • Overview and detailed diagnostics of connections of "open communication via Industrial Ethernet"
  • Enhancement of Web server functionality for module information and topology. (CPUs with PN interface only)
  • Function extensions are listed in the CPU Specifications manual version 04/2009 (ID: 23904550)

Version 5.3.0 contains the following corrections:

  • When accessing the I/O via OCM, under certain conditions a defect with the CPU event ID: 16#4520, 8108 could occur.
  • With more than four simultaneously active variable tables in STEP 7, a defect with the event ID: 16# 4550, 8f16, 0038, 8005 could occur.
  • If a destination area too small was referenced when reading SZL_ID 0x0D91 via SFC 51 "RDSYSST" of the DR parameter, a defect with the event ID: 16# 4520, 8505, 0D91, 8001 could occur.
  • When the CPU was powered ON with an activated Web server and use of the messages function in the Web server as well as more than 40 configured PROFINET devices, the defect with the event ID: 16#4550, 490A, 0032, 000F could occur.

 

Product Information a5e02034811-05.pdf (26.0 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.3.0

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v530.exe (1.1 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v530.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v530.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v530.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v530.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v530.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v530.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v530.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v530.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v530.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v530.exe (1.4 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.3.1 (Backup – 11.12.2009)

Version 5.3.1 contains the following corrections:

  • With multiple interruptions of the power supply for the S7-400, in rare cases, the defect with the event ID: 16#4535, F007 could occur when the power returned.
  • When operating a DP/DP coupler on the CPU, an error of the DP/DP coupler could be incorrectly displayed in the overview diagnostics of STEP 7 after startup of the CPU.
  • If a data block number outside the permissible number range (> 16000) was specified for the "Status/modify via variable table" function, a defect could occur in the CPU.

Product Information a5e02034811-06.pdf (86.9 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.3.1

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v531.exe (1.1 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v531.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v531.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v531.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v531.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 416-2F

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v531.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v531.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v531.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v531.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 416-3F PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v531.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v531.exe (1.4 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download firmware version V5.3.2 (recommended for upgrading PN CPUs - 09.08.2012)

Version 5.3.2 contains the following corrections:

  • When you ran the Lifelist function in STEP 7 V11 (MPI/DP or DP), the defect with the identifier W#16#4535 0544 041C could occur. (Internal ref. AP01343796)
  • If a read-only data block was accessed with the communication functions PUT/GET or via an OCM from a partner (WinCC, OP), the defect with the event ID W#16#4520 8130 40E1 could occur. (Internal ref. AP01213998)
  • Simultaneous use of AR_SEND and SFBs for generating messages (SFB 131-136) could result in no more messages being sent to the OS. (Internal ref. AP01254871)
  • When using communications processors for Industrial Ethernet (CP443-1 EX20/30 or CP443-1 GX20/30), disconnections could occur with high communication loads. (Internal ref. AP01311767)
  • In certain cases, the following error message in STEP 7 could occur: <Trigger event occupied. Too few resources available>. Specific online functions were subsequently no longer possible. (Internal ref. AP01356521)

Product Information a5e02034811-07.pdf (85.0 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.3.2

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v532.exe (1.1 MB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v532.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v532.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v532.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 414-3 PN/DP

6ES7 414-3EM05-0AB0

4143em05_v532.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v532.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v532.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v532.exe (1.2 MB)

CPU 416-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3ER05-0AB0

4163er05_v532.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 416F-3 PN/DP

6ES7 416-3FR05-0AB0

4163fr05_v532.exe (2.8 MB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v532.exe (1.4 MB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.3.3 (Backup – 07.08.2013)

Version 5.3.3 contains the following corrections:

  • When generating block-related messages (SFB33-SFB35), the ACK_STATE parameter was not always correctly updated after the first message generation. This meant that the PCS 7 Advanced Library as of V7 was not properly supported in all cases.
  • In rare cases, simultaneous access of the field device configuration tool, PDM, or the configuration interface TCI, to numerous field devices could lead to a defect in the CPU with the identifier W#16#4550/1811.
  • Forcing was not prevented for F-CPUs after power off/on.
  • When establishing a communication connection via Profibus DP, a defect in the CPU with the identifier W#16#4550/420F could occur in rare cases.

Product Information a5e32585182-aa.pdf (28.9 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.3.3

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v533.exe (980.1 KB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v533.exe (1004.1 KB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v533.exe (1004.3 KB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v533.exe (1005.4 KB)

CPU 416F-2

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v533.exe (1005.8 KB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v533.exe (1004.6 KB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v533.exe (1005.8 KB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v533.exe (1019.4 KB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.3.4 (Backup only – 05.06.2014)

Version 5.3.4 contains the following corrections:

  • In rare cases, an OUC connection could become permanently unusable. (Internal ref. 553560)
  • Simultaneous downloading or deleting multiple PGs or ESs could lead to a defect with the identifier W#16#4520/823b/0000/0000. (Internal ref. 933488)
  • With a dynamic change to the receiving parameters RD1..RD4 at SFB9 "URCV", a defect with the identifier W#16#4520/8122 could occur. (Internal ref. 547234)
  • If "Disable" and "Enable" were used for messages parallel to the acknowledgment of messages, it could occur that the CPU no longer sent messages. (Internal ref. 975309)
  • When operating an SM331 via an external PROFINET controller, it could occur that an I/O access error was continuously reported when accessing the outputs, although the module had no errors. (Internal ref. 550603)
  • After power OFF and automatic restart, basic communication via MPI was not possible. (Internal ref. 554780)

Product Information a5e32585182-ab.pdf (29.3 KB)

Files for firmware version

 

MLFB

V5.3.4

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0

4121xj05_v534.exe (980.2 KB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0

4122xj05_v534.exe (1004.3 KB)

CPU 414-2

6ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0

4142xk05_v534.exe (1004.4 KB)

CPU 414-3

6ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0

4143xm05_v534.exe (1005.6 KB)

CPU 416F-2F

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0

4162fn05_v534.exe (1006.0 KB)

CPU 416-2

6ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0

4162xn05_v534.exe (1004.7 KB)

CPU 416-3

6ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0

4163xr05_v534.exe (1006.0 KB)

CPU 417-4

6ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0

4174xt05_v534.exe (1019.6 KB)

 

 

 

 

Download Firmware Version V5.3.5 (recommended for upgrading – 17.06.2015)

Version 5.3.5 contains the following improvements:

  • Disabling and enabling messages on an operator control and monitoring system (e.g., WinCC or PCS 7 OS) in connection with ALARM or ALARM_8P resulted in errors in the alarm status in some cases. This behavior only occurred with version 5.3.4
    (Internal ref. 1156885)
  • After voltage recovery with the setting "Restart after power on", an error was output at the block (STATUS = 4) on a rising edge at the "REQ" parameter of SFB14 "GET" despite an existing connection.
    (Internal ref. 1132638)

  • When replacing a module in the configuration of a DP slave while the CPU was in RUN mode (removing a module – CiR, and re-inserting another module type in the same slot – CiR), the new module was not always recognized correctly.
    (Internal ref. 551288)

  • When monitoring jump instructions (e.g., JU, JC …, but also CC) with STEP 7 V13 (TIA Portal), CPU could go to STOP due to an opcode error.
    (Internal ref. 1259574)

  • In rare cases, the command combination of a CC call followed by L constant and simultaneously active clock memories could result in a change of the CPU to the DEFECTIVE state (4550 with additional info: 8F30).
    (Internal ref.: 553238)

  • In connection with the system function SFC12 "D_ACT_DP", in very rare cases and depending on the system state and type of I/O, a CPU could change to the DEFECTIVE operating state (4550 with additional info: 9600 01A7). This only affected I/O devices on PROFINET when SFC12 was called again with a status change without the previous job for this device having ended (last call).
    (Internal ref. 551205)

Product Information: A5E32585182_ac.pdf (35.5 KB)

 

Files for firmware version

MLFB

V5.3.5

CPU 412-1

6ES7 412-1XJ05-0AB0 4121XJ05_V535.exe (980.4 KB)

CPU 412-2

6ES7 412-2XJ05-0AB0 4122XJ05_V535.exe (1004.3 KB)
CPU 414-26ES7 414-2XK05-0AB0 4142XK05_V535.exe (1004.6 KB)
CPU 414-36ES7 414-3XM05-0AB0 4143XM05_V535.exe (1005.9 KB)

CPU 416F-2F

6ES7 416-2FN05-0AB0 4162FN05_V535.exe (1006.1 KB)
CPU 416-26ES7 416-2XN05-0AB0 4162XN05_V535.exe (1004.8 KB)
CPU 416-36ES7 416-3XR05-0AB0 4163XR05_V535.exe (1006.2 KB)
CPU 417-46ES7 417-4XT05-0AB0 4174XT05_V535.exe (1019.7 KB)

 

 

 

 

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