CPU416-3 PN/DP, 16 MB, 3 INTERFACES
SIMATIC S7-400, CPU 416-3 PN/DP CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT WITH: 16 MB WORKING MEMORY, (8 MB KB CODE, 8 MB DATA), INTERFACES: 1. IF MPI/DP 12 MBIT/S (X1), 2. IF ETHERNET/PROFINET (X5), 3. IF IF964-DP PLUGABLE (IF1)
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This entry explains the I-Device function and gives an overview of the various tasks that can be realized with it. These functions are explained in configuration and application examples.
Ports released for Modbus/TCP communication and maximum number of Modbus clients that can communicate with a SIMATIC S7 CPU as Modbus server.
This entry gives you an overview of the communication services that are supported by the CPUs with integrated PROFINET interface and by the WinAC RTX (F) via Industrial Ethernet.
Sustainable increase in efficiency as well as an improved cost situation at rising energy prices is a great challenge for plant operators. Transparent representation of the energy trends of a plant requires a plant-specific measuring concept.
Firmware download for PN-CPU V6
Maintenance request when allocating NameOfStation. The MAINT LED of the CPU lights up yellow.
In this entry you can find an overview arranged in themes with links to the most important entries regarding Industrial Security (system integrity).
In order to be able to receive data in an S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200 or S7-1500 using Open User Communication over Industrial Ethernet you call the TRCV instruction in the CPU's user program.
You can use SFC51 "RDSYSST" to read out SSL parts lists or excerpts of SSL parts lists of a CPU.
This entry gives you sample applications for Modbus/TCP communication via the integrated PROFINET interface of the S7-300 and S7-400 CPUs as well as the IM 151-8 PN/DP CPU in the TIA Portal.
Configuration and parameterization of a PROFINET IO device on a SIMATIC S7 with STEP 7 V5.
The KUKA.PLC mxAutomation function package provided by KUKA Roboter GmbH enables users to use a SIMATIC controller to control a KUKA robot with KR C4 control at an elementary basic and movement command level.
To ensure the availability of distributed automation stations, a SIMATIC S7-300/400/1500 station is to be able to independently send, based on Short Message System (SMS), important information on plant status, alarm messages or warning messages to a service engineer or a control center.
Simple drive and motion control can be a huge benefit for any engineer because you can quickly and efficiently add standard drives and motion to your application.
Along with plant operation, maintenance is an essential element of a plant’s lifecycle. The plant’s availability and respective costs are of vital importance.
The option of communicating via MPI, PROFIBUS DP and TCP/IP ensures a high degree of flexibility for fast network and device configuration.
Use the rapidly applicable faceplates and function blocks in this sample application to connect the SITOP UPS1600 to your plant. Information is also given about how to shut down your plant in a defined state and save the process values in the case of prolonged power failures.
You can use the open communication of the PROFINET for data exchange by means of the integrated Industrial Ethernet interface of a CPU, for example.
Clock synchronicity with PROFIBUS DP is used to establish a direct connection between the equidistant DP cycle, the IO modules and the user program.
This entry provides you with information about the connection resources of the S7-300 and S7-400 CPUs.