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Simotion Easy Basics reviewed Version Date Page Document V3.0 15.11.04 1 User Documentation Copyright ©Siemens AG 2003 All Rights Reserved For internal use only User_Manual_Simotion_Easy_Basics_V3_0.doc Released / by André Krull Review 06.11.2003 Simotion Easy Basics (SEB) 15.11.04 V3.0 The reproduction, transmission or use of this document or its contents is not permitted without express written authority. Offenders will be liable for damages. All rights
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  Simotion Easy Basics reviewed Version Date Page DocumentV3.0 15.11.04 1 User Documentation  Copyright © Siemens AG 2003 All Rights Reserved For internal use only User_Manual_Simotion_Easy_Basics_V3_0.doc  Released / by  André Krull Review 06.11.2003 Simotion Easy Basics (SEB) 15.11.04 V3.0   The reproduction, transmission or use of this document or its contents is not permitted without express written authority. Offenders will be liable for damages. All rights, including rights created by patent grant or registration or a utility model or design, are reserved. This document is for internal use only and will not be updated/withdrawn when changes are made. Type User Documentation Title User Manual, Simotion Easy Basics  Author  André Krull RD NRH RHN A&D B18 KOE / F Tel.: +49 (0221) 576 - 3020 Mail:  Andre.Krull@siemens.com    Distribution -- = not distributed, x = only cover sheet  Simotion Easy Basics reviewed Version Date Page DocumentV3.0 15.11.04 2 User Documentation  Copyright © Siemens AG 2003 All Rights Reserved For internal use only User_Manual_Simotion_Easy_Basics_V3_0.doc   Change Log   Version Date Author Change V0.1 04.06.03 Krull First generated V0.2 30.06.03 Fink Further information on OMAC V0.3 04.07.03 Krull Corrects to OMAC incorporated, DP slave diagnostics supplemented V0.4 15.07.03 Krull Chapter 2.2.2.5 supplemented V0.5 05.08.03 Krull Alarm_S technique supplemented V0.6 18.08.03 Krull Print mark correction supplemented V0.7 18.09.03 Krull Bit signaling technique supplemented V0.7.1 23.10.03 Krull Various debugs carried-out V1.0 24.11.03 Krull Review comments incorporated together with the comments from Workshop V2.0 01.04.04 Krull -  Date and time functions added -  Handling of unit data added -  Functions for ASI modules added -  Control of the ALM added Clock memory added V2.0 03.06.04 Krull Chapter 13 supplemented (Description of the winder ) V2.0 30.06.04 Krull Chapter 14 supplemented (Description of the basic positioning function ) V2.0 6.10.04 Michl New name Simotion Easy Basics (SEB)’ instead of Standard Application Library (SAL)’ V3.0 08.11.04 Eisfeld Chapter 15 supplemented (FB for closed-loop temperature control) V3.0 09.11.04 Eisfeld Changes to the DP slave diagnostics, supplements to the ALM control V3.0 10.11.04 Eisfeld Adaptation, print mark correction V3.0 11.11.04 Eisfeld Chapter 16 supplemented (displaying curves on the HMI) V3.0 12.11.04 Krull Chapter OMAC description has been updated  Simotion Easy Basics reviewed Version Date Page DocumentV3.0 15.11.04 3 User Documentation  Copyright © Siemens AG 2003 All Rights Reserved For internal use only User_Manual_Simotion_Easy_Basics_V3_0.doc  Siemens did not carry-out a system test on the “Simotion Easy Basics” software library. This is the reason that it is available free-of-charge in the form of the source code. This software is intended to make it easier to get to know and use the SIMOTION automation system from Siemens using pre-configured examples and function modules. Siemens authorizes customers to use the software and associated documentation for the applications for which it is intended. This authorization is not exclusive, cannot be passed-on to third parties and cannot be licensed. Customers may modify the software and copy it, either unchanged or changed and use it in their SIMOTION automation systems. The documentation is not a replacement for the product documentation of the SIMOTION automation system. Therefore, customers may only use the documentation when used together with the software for the SIMOTION automation system with the product documentation of the specified automation system. It is especially important that all of the warning and hazard information and instructions in the Operating Instructions of the SIMOTION automation system are carefully observed. Rights to claim damages, irrespective of the legal grounds, in particular due to software errors, documentation errors, or damages arising from advice/consultation shall be excluded unless liability is based on intent or gross negligence, breach of obligations or an injury of life, body or health or on the assurance of the absence of a defect. The above stipulations shall not change the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer. German legislation applies under the exclusion of the UN purchasing rights dated 11.04.1980. Erlangen is the place of jurisdiction.   Simotion Easy Basics reviewed Version Date Page DocumentV3.0 15.11.04 4 User Documentation  Copyright © Siemens AG 2003 All Rights Reserved For internal use only User_Manual_Simotion_Easy_Basics_V3_0.doc   Table of contents 1   Introduction.......................................................................................................................9   2   Mode management..........................................................................................................10   2.1   General.................................................................................................................................................10   2.1.1   OMAC Packaging Workgroup...........................................................................................10   2.1.2   Basics of the OMAC State Model......................................................................................11   2.1.3   Description of the states....................................................................................................13   2.1.4   Operating states and functions of production machine according to OMAC......................15   2.1.5   Control and status signals of an OMAC machine..............................................................17   2.1.5.1   Control signals..................................................................................................................17   2.1.5.2   Status signals....................................................................................................................18   2.2   Implementing and handling the OMAC mode management within the scope of the Simotion Easy Basics ............................................................................................................................................................19   2.2.1   Description of the OMAC - mode manager.......................................................................19   2.2.2   Changes with respect to the old version of the mode manager......................................19   2.2.3   Structure of the OMAC – mode manager..........................................................................20   2.2.3.1   OmacVar   unit...........................................................................................................................................................20   2.2.3.2   OmacStUp  unit.........................................................................................................................................................20   2.2.3.3   OmacMain unit.........................................................................................................................................................21   2.2.4   Incorporating state functions motion task, ........................................................................22   2.2.4.1   Using state functions................................................................................................................................................22   2.2.4.2   Using motion tasks...................................................................................................................................................23   2.2.4.3   States without any function......................................................................................................................................24   2.2.5   Operating data in compliance with OMAC.........................................................................25   2.2.6   Function elements and their integration............................................................................26   3   Motion library..................................................................................................................27   3.1   Function blocks..................................................................................................................................27   3.2   Function elements and their integration..........................................................................................28   4   Print mark correction with dynamic measuring range adaptation..............................29   4.1   Function description..........................................................................................................................29   4.1.1   Print mark correction.........................................................................................................29   4.1.2   Dynamic measuring range adaptation...............................................................................30   4.1.2.1    Automatic measuring range adaptation (from V3.1.1 onwards)..............................................................................30   4.1.2.2   Measuring range adaptation in the application (to V3.0).........................................................................................31   4.2   Input and output interface.................................................................................................................32   4.3   Signal timing diagram........................................................................................................................34   4.4   Error description.................................................................................................................................36   4.5   Function elements and their integration..........................................................................................37   5   Generating cams using the _FB_AddSegmentToCam.................................................38   5.1   Description..........................................................................................................................................38   5.2   Making calls.........................................................................................................................................42   5.3   Parameters..........................................................................................................................................42   5.4   Timing diagram...................................................................................................................................43   5.5   Error messages...................................................................................................................................43   5.6   Example...............................................................................................................................................44   5.6.1   Segment 1........................................................................................................................44   5.6.2   Segment 2........................................................................................................................45   5.6.3   Segment 3........................................................................................................................45   5.7   Function elements and their integration..........................................................................................46   6    Alarm and message handling........................................................................................47   6.1   System message handling in the Technological Fault Task.........................................................47   6.1.1   Sequence when handling an alarm or message that has occurred...................................47   6.1.1.1   progTechFault  program...........................................................................................................................................48   6.1.1.2   FCResetError   function.............................................................................................................................................49   6.1.2   Function elements and their integration............................................................................49   6.2    Alarm_S technique.............................................................................................................................50   6.2.1    Assigning categories and acknowledging faults................................................................50   6.2.1.1   Fault categories.......................................................................................................................................................50   6.2.1.2    Acknowledgement types of the fault categories.......................................................................................................51   6.2.2   Principle of the AlarmS technique.....................................................................................51   6.2.3   Structure of the Alarm_S technique..................................................................................52  
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