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Entry type: Application example, Entry ID: 21062246, Entry date: 08/17/2006
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Micro Automation: Remote control and telemontoring via dedicated modem (MAS 17)

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Automation task:
Distributed S7-200 automation stations are to be networked via private dedicated lines. Expenses and costs have to be kept as low as possible. The stations are to be controlled and monitored by a control center. Remote maintenance of the stations should also be possible via the control center.

Automation solution:  
In the automation solution, the S7-200 stations are networked via dedicated line modem MD2 (protected by overvoltage/lightning module). The S7-200 stations can also be monitored and controlled with WinCC flexible, also connected at the dedicated line, via a control center. The cross communication between the S7-200 stations is also possible. The S7-200 stations can be maintenanced remotely via the dedicated line.


Startup Code
For the startup we offer you software examples with test code and test parameters as download. The software examples support you during the first steps and tests with your Micro Automation Sets. They enable quick testing of hardware and software interfaces between the products described in the Micro Automation Sets.

Downloads

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Micro Application Example
Set17_DocTech_V1d1_en.pdf ( 1669 KB )
Startup Code (STEP 7-Micro/WIN project) Set17_S7-200_V1d1_en.zip ( 1 KB )
Startup Code (WinCC flexible Project - RT Version) Set17_HMI_CentralStation_RT_V1d0_en.zip ( 146 KB )
Startup Code (WinCC flexible Project) Set17_HMI_CentralStation_ES_V1d0_en.zip ( 2627 KB )
Startup Code (MS Excel file - example archive for MAS 17) Set17_Archive_V1d1_en.zip ( 103 KB )

Links

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S7-200 system manual System manual
WinCC flexible manual Manual

 

History

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May 2006

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January 2006 Integration in "Applications & Tools"
August 2006 Excessive of the tread "Applications & Tools"

 

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