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To prevent access to the danger range of a machine, a protective door is installed. The machine can only be started, if the protective door is closed. If the protective door is opened during operation or if an error is detected, the machine will be shut down safely.
To protect a machine efficiently against mechanical damage during operation and detect such damages at an early stage, the machine has to be monitored permanently.
A machine executing dangerous movements is controlled via a fail-safe controller and switched by means of contactors. The correct functioning of the contactors shall be monitored in order to ensure a high diagnostic coverage and, thus, a high SIL or PL.
To prevent access to the hazard zone of a machine during operation, a protective door is installed and the position of the protective door is monitored. Since overrunning machine components may cause hazards, the protective door is interlocked and can only be opened after the machine is in standstill.
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Annex 1 of the Report to the Certificate Z10 067803 0020, SIMATIC Safety System (English) Annex 1 to Z10 067803 0020 Rev. 1.12
Status December 2017: Update 4
TIA Selection Tool (TST) offers the possibility to export planning data (device configuration, network configuration) as “AutomationML” files. These AML files can be imported into EPLAN Electric P8. The planning data from EPLAN Electric P8 can also be exported to an AML file and imported into projects by TIA Portal.
The TIA Portal Tutorial Center is a media system with various videos which gives you an overview of the general functions and tools of the TIA Portal.
The videos in the "Automation Tasks" media system show you how easy the latest developments have made it to implement standard automation tasks in less than 10 minutes.
You can also extend the safety program without a CPU, in the office, for example, and load it onto an MMC that is then available for commissioning at the customer's.
TUEV-Certificate Z10 048183 0001 , Safe Kinematics TUEV Z10 048183 0001 Rev.00
SIMATIC Safe Kinematics allows you to monitor kinematic movements safely. This Getting Started shows you exemplary how to commission and configure SIMATIC Safe Kinematics on the control and drive side.
M6A-TUEV-Report M6A 17 05 67803 014 to SIMATIC S7 Distributed Safety (English) Report to M6A 17 05 67803 014 Rev. 3.2 (2019)
Z10-Report to TUEV-Certificate Z10 17 05 67803 015, SIMATIC Distributed Safety (English) Z10 17 05 67803 015 (2019)
M6A-Report to EC-Type Examination M6A-Certificate M6A 067803 0019 , TUEV, SIMATIC Safety System M6A Report No.SN84635C Rev. 2.2
You are provided a summary of the new features and functions for the Online Software Delivery platform. We are also including a more detailed description for select OSD features.
Mister Automation: Tips and tricks with TIA Portal.
This step-by-step guide helps you migrate your fail-safe program from STEP 7 V5.6 to STEP 7 V15.1.