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Entry type: Application example, Entry ID: 39099329, Entry date: 09/25/2014
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Access to S7-200 PLC's with Smartphone/PDA (CE-X2)

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Note The SIMATIC S7-200 components used in this application example are currently phased out. ...

Note
The SIMATIC S7-200 components used in this application example are currently phased out.
This application can be realized as easily and quickly with the new SIMATIC S7-1200.

Furthermore, many useful applications with SIMATIC S7-1200 are available here: 35923253

Task description and Solution  
Several remote S7-200 controllers are to be managed from a central station using the SINAUT MICRO SC remote control system. Data exchange is to take place via GPRS using the GPRS modem MD720-3. In the central station, the WinCC flexible 2008 RT HMI system is to allow to visualize and operate the remote S7-200 stations.

At the same time, important process data is to be editable on a PDA. Changing the process data is to be possible only after entering a login consisting of user name and password.

Attention
To operate a SIMATIC S7-200 with a MODEM MD720 along with the Telecontrol Server Basic, revised/new block libraries are available under the following link 99522310.

Downloads

Inhalt der Downloads

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Configuration Example X2 (Documentation to the Application Example) ConfigurationExample_X2_S7-200_V1d0_en.pdf ( 299 KB )
Startup-Code Remote Station (STEP 7-Micro/WIN Project) CE-x2_S7-200_Remote_Station_v1d0.zip ( 94 KB )
Startup-Code Remote Station (STEP 7-Micro/WIN Library) CE-x2_S7-200_Library_V1d2.zip ( 65 KB )
Startup-Code Central Station (WinCC flexible) CE-x2_WinCC_flexible_Central_Station_v1d0.zip ( 1935 KB )
Startup-Code Central Station (miniWeb HTML-Webcontent) CE-x2_Webcontent_Central_Station_v1d0.zip ( 3 KB )
Startup-Code Central Station (SINAUT SC - Configuration file) CE-x2_M2MOPC.zip ( 335 bytes )

Further information

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S7-200 System manual Entry ID: 1109582
Micro Automation Set 31 Beitrags-ID: 30321000
Micro Automation Set 41 Beitrags-ID: 31745883

History
First version


Additional Keywords
miniWeb, Mobile phone, smartAccess, smartService, MWSL, HTML, wireless


Security information
In order to protect plants, systems, machines and networks against cyber threats, it is necessary to implement – and continuously maintain – a holistic, state-of-the-art industrial security concept. Siemens’ products and solutions constitute one element of such a concept. For more information about industrial security, please visit
http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity.