What should you watch out for when setting up a connection between S7-200 and SIMATIC Panels or WinCC flexible PC Runtime and what are the options?
Below is a description of the settings you must make for configuring a connection between panels or WinCC flexible PC Runtime and S7-200.
Please follow the instructions in the PDF file (Attachment 1). The following points are covered in the document.
1 Connection via PROFIBUS
1.1 Configuration in WinCC flexible
1.1.1 Settings in the configuration
1.2 Settings in STEP 7 Micro/WIN
2 Connection via Ethernet (CP243-1)
2.1.1 Connection between S7-200 and WinCC flexible PC Runtime
2.1.2 Connection between S7-200 and Windows-based operator panels
2.2 Configuration of CP 243-1 with STEP 7 Micro/WIN
2.3.1 WinCC flexible PC Runtime
2.3.2 Windows-based operator panels
3 Connection via RS232/ PPI cable
3.1 Connection between WinCC flexible PC Runtime and an S7-200 controller
4 Connection via TeleService
4.2 Direct connection between a TS Adapter II-Modem and an S7-200 controller
4.3 Direct connection between a TS Adapter II-Modem and an S7-200 controller and a panel via MPI
4.4 Direct connection between a TS Adapter II-Modem and an S7-200 controller, an S7-300 controller and a panel via MPI
Attachment 1: S7-200_WinCCflexRT_Panels.pdf ( 1107 KB )
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