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FAQ How do you download the 3D, CAx and ePLAN data for the SIMATIC products?

You can use the CAx download manager to access the latest product data for your CAD or CAE system.

09/20/2018
ID: 89671877
(3)
FAQ What information do you get from the signal recorder of the SCALANCE W components?

The signal recorder is a useful tool for obtaining initial information about the transmitting aperture illumination and connection quality of a plant. The signal recorder is available in the SCALANCE W components with firmware version V5.2 and higher.

04/10/2017
ID: 109470655
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FAQ How do you find the UL certificates for SIMATIC modules?

The following instructions show you how to find the UL certificate on our Support pages taking the example of an S7-1500 digital input module (article number: 6ES7 521-1BL00-0AB0).

10/19/2015
ID: 102840331
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FAQ With PROFINET IO via WLAN how do you set the update time and F-monitoring time in the TIA Portal?

This entry demonstrates how to set the update time and F-monitoring time with PROFINET IO via WLAN in the TIA Portal.

05/27/2015
ID: 109475919
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FAQ With PROFINET IO via WLAN how do you set the update time and F-monitoring time in STEP 7 V5.x?

This entry demonstrates how to set the update time and F-monitoring time with PROFINET IO via WLAN.

05/27/2015
ID: 109474533
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FAQ Where can you find information about the configuration and calculation of RCoax systems?

RCoax lines operated as antennas together with SCALANCE W Access Points provide a reliable wireless connection where conventional antenna technology can be installed only with enormous outlay and effort (on cranes, lifts or railway vehicles, for example).

For products: 6XV1875-2A, 6XV1875-2D
05/02/2013
ID: 71814212
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FAQ Why can't I enter the maximum of 16 characters (128 bits) when entering a WEP encryption string?

Description: Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is the oldest and also the least safe encryption procedure with which WLAN transmissions can be protected against unauthorized access according to the 802.11 standard. In this procedure a user password is used as a key which in turn is used to generate a sequence of pseudo random numbers. Each character of the message to be transmitted is then encrypted or decoded by the recipient with the next number of this sequence. ...

04/18/2006
ID: 22950124
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FAQ Linking PROFINET nodes via wireless LAN

QUESTION:   Can you link PROFINET nodes via wireless LAN? ANSWER:  ...

10/05/2004
ID: 19550110
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FAQ ISO-Protocol via iWLAN

QUESTION:   Can I run the ISO-Protocol via iWLAN ? ANSWER:  ...

09/22/2004
ID: 19521446
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