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WinCC Premium Add-ons are developed by the respective providers on their own initiative and have to pass compatibility tests with the WinCC basic system at the Siemens Test-Center. A first level support is guaranteed by SIMATIC Customer Support. Functionality testing and further support are part of the partners duties. Further support for the WinCC Add-Ons is provided by the respective product suppliers, who are also the point of contact for questions regarding the integration of the product into an automation solution.

In the course of a closer integration of the Process management Add-ons from Win CoC Mannheim to the WinCC system architecture we expanded the information and moved it to an own webpage. With modern operating and observation systems, fast and reliable signaling of disruption states to the relevant responsible person is becoming more and more important. The modular Alarm Control Center takes these requirements into account by fully automatically sending alarms and messages from WinCC to a wide range of possible recipients:.

Support: support alarmcontrolcenter. The hyperlinks above refer to other websites or sources in the following called "sites". Siemens has no control over these sites and therefore cannot be held responsible for the availability, completeness or faultiness of such sites.

Further on, Siemens does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any content, goods and products or other materials on or available from such sites. Any contract has to be made exclusively between the consumer and the provider of these sites on the provider's specific business conditions. Error and maintenance module - ACRON tool for creating all the necessary error and alarm reports and generating their comprehensive statistics.

ACRON on the basis of WinCC has a rugged and fault-tolerant client-server architecture. The software is scalable and can keep pace with requirements. ACRON for WinCC is also characterized by ease of use, flexibility and simple configuring. E-mail: info videc. The DCC Translation Editor 4. File export formats from WinCC TIA Portal V11, V12 and all other conventional WinCC and WinCC flexible versions can be read in, intuitively edited, translated and then written correctly.

Neither the development environment nor Runtime are required for this purpose. Advantages provided by the DCC Translation Editor: improved quality and considerably reduced workload for multiple languages. Users benefit from the following features. Secure and efficient workflow The configuration engineer exports the WinCC texts and messages and gives both the files and the Translation Editor to the translator.

The translator translates the WinCC texts in the Translation Editor. Because the interface is shown in a clear table format, operation is simple, efficient and task-oriented. Thanks to the seven quality assurance filters, the translator can reliably detect common translation errors such as punctuation errors and incorrect numbers, as well as excessively long translations, and can ensure that each term is translated consistently in all pictures.

Headers, footers, variables and the source language are protected from deletion. This prevents errors in visualization as well as costly and time-consuming error localization processes. Even without knowledge of the target language, the configuration engineer can check the delivered translation for completeness, accuracy and quality by means of the quality assurance filters. The translation can then be imported into the visualization project without problems.

E-mail: info dcc-global. IEC is the globally valid standard for communication in electrical protective systems and medium-voltage switchgear. All leading manufacturers have therefore already implemented IEC in their control and protective equipment. The open standard means simpler configuration, compatibility with future expansions, lower maintenance costs, and thus lower life cycle costs. The communication channel makes it possible to operate and monitor IEC enabled devices with WinCC.

This means the automation of a production plant can be expanded by the addition of support for IEC devices for the electrical system. Simple integration of high-voltage and medium-voltage level electrical devices into the SIMATIC HMI world. E-mail: function. Library of function blocks for the S7 controllers and faceplates as well as icons for WinCC and WinCC flexible. The function library SmartLib is a cross-sector library; it is used,for example, for configuring automation and process control systems in the process industry, HVAC, pharmaceuticals and energysectors.

SmartLib was developed for the target systems of WinCC and WinCC flexible in combination with S or S controllers. The library contains all the control functions demanded in the process industry and in building management systems. Smart-Lib supports the alarm processing of the systems by transferring the alarms complete with real time stamps.

Operator interventions are entered in the alarm system with previous value, new value and user name. Users can adapt the screen icons to their requirements. The library contains function blocks for the S7 controllers, and the faceplates and icons for WinCC and WinCC flexible option.

Licenses are required in accordance with the number of programmable controllers or operator panels for WinCC flexible only. There are no limits to its use within WinCC. SmartLib impresses customers with efficient, quickly learned engineering as menus guide the operator. The clear documentation is available in Simatic Manager onlinehelp and an up-to-date version is always available in the Internet. You can combine WinCC and WinCC flexible systems with SmartLib and obtain uniform user interfaces and alarm systems.

WinCC flexible operations are, for example, logged in WinCC. With SmartLib, complex tasks can easily be configured without the need for in-depth programming knowledge. SmartLib reduces the costs in the configuration and qualification phase. The library has been used by well-known companies for a number of years and is defined as a standard. The comprehensive functions of SmartLib guarantee the user abroad range of implementation possibilities, also in international projects multi-language capability.

SmartLib can easily be installed in the existing installation of S7and WinCC. The setup wizard guides the user through the installationprocess. The library comprises blocks for S7 and screencomponents for the WinCC and WinCC flexible user-interface. E-mail: info agu. TOP Server OPC Servers provide extensive connectivity options for SIMATIC HMI users, integrators, and OEMs working with WinCC SCADA or WinCC flexible Advanced PC based runtime.

TOP Server is a proven OPC data integration platform with over 10, field installations in over 70 countries, with installations of overtags in successful field operation. Open, Standards Based: - OPC Interoperability tested with WinCC and WinCC flexible - OPC Certified for compliance with the OPC DA 2. Easy Licensing - Software license keying mechanism, license transfer utility included.

Hardware key optional with additional cost. No license limits on of devices, tags, or clients. WinCC offers an extensive range of drivers and products like the TOP Server OPC Server add drivers for many common devices, but there are thousands of serial and Ethernet devices that do not have drivers to integrate into your SIMATIC HMI software. For these situations, you could write a custom driver and spend thousands of Euros or Dollars.

The TOP Server UCON OPC Server provides a proven off-the-shelf solution at a fraction of the cost of custom drivers. E-mail: siemenspremium softwaretoolbox. You have questions concerning our SIMATIC SCADA systems? You want to discuss your specific challenges with us or are looking for the right project partner? Contact our regional offices — we are looking forward to hearing from you!

Whether single-user systems, multi-user systems, or even widely distributed systems: you can use Siemens SCADA systems to visualize machines, lines, and entire plants and thus ensure transparency. Totally Integrated Automation Portal — perfect access to automation in the Digital Enterprise. Use digital technology to ensure your competitive edge — cut your operating costs and taxes and ensure regulatory compliance through energy monitoring and energy analyses with SIMATIC.

SIMATIC HMI offers solutions for operator control and monitoring from basic panels up to most complex SCADA systems. Efficient license and update management for SIMATIC software. Information about license types, Software Update Service and Online Software delivery. Specially certified and qualified: Siemens Solution Partners and Approved Partners offer solutions, products and services in automation and drive technology as well as power distribution.

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Automation systems Identification and Locating Industrial Communication Industrial controls Industry software Operator Control and Monitoring Systems IPC System Power supplies Process Control Process Instrumentation Products for specific requirements References Topic areas Process Analytics. Automation Software MOM Software PLM Software SIMIT Simulation Plant Engineering Software COMOS XHQ PlantSight CNC-Shopfloor Management Software Apps and Digital Services for Process Industry The partnership between Siemens and Process Systems Enterprise PSE.

TIA Portal Energy Management SCADA Software SIMATIC MindSphere Apps Software for shared tasks. SCADA Options SIMATIC WinCC V7 SIMATIC WinCC Open Architecture SIMATIC WinCC Professional RT Add-ons for SIMATIC WinCC PM Add-ons for WinCC. Premium Add-ons for SIMATIC WinCC. Expand SIMATIC WinCC by employing quality tested Add-on products WinCC Premium Add-ons are developed by the respective providers on their own initiative and have to pass compatibility tests with the WinCC basic system at the Siemens Test-Center.

Looking for the PM-Add-ons for WinCC? Get more information. Product range All Premium Add-ons at a glance WinCC Competence Centers and Third Party Vendors offer Premium Add-ons for Software packages of the WinCC product family WinCC V7, WinCC TIA PortalWinCC flexible and PCS 7. See a short decription of the products below, for further information have a look at the catalog offered as PDF download or contact the provider. ACC Alarm Management System. Alarm Management System ACC- Fast and reliable alarm systems for production disruptions Barely happened — already reacted With modern operating and observation systems, fast and reliable signaling of disruption states to the relevant responsible person is becoming more and more important.

Resetting of alarm filters on smartphones possible App for smartphones to easily accept messages and show the message status, edit participant status and other functions Logging of changes to the configuration, e.

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All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Page 3: Important Customer Information Important Customer Information Before you begin using your new phone Included in the box with your phone are separate information leaflets. These leaflets provide you with important information regarding your new device. Please read all of the information provided. This information will help you to get the most out of your phone, reduce the risk of injury, avoid damage to your device, and make you aware of legal regulations regarding the use of this device.

Page 4: Table Of Contents Table of Contents Important Customer Information Page 5: Table Of Contents Table of Contents Communication Page 6 Table of Contents Specifications Actual displays may vary. If you touch and hold this button while viewing an app, it activates the Multi-Window feature.

NOTE The Multi-Window feature cannot be activated from the Home screen, the Recent apps screen, or the Camera app. They can also activate the camera shutter and access shortcuts when enabled in the Settings menu. Page Setting Up Your Phone The Basics Setting Up Your Phone Your phone already has a SIM card installed.

Step 1. Remove the Back Cover With the phone facing down, insert your fingernail into the cutout located on the lower left of the back cover and gently lift the cover. Step 2. Page 11 The Basics Step 3. Replace the Back Cover Align the cover over the back of the phone and then press down along the edges to secure the cover. Step 4. Charge the Phone Before turning on your phone, charge it fully.

Insert the small end of the USB cable into the phone. Page Removing The Battery And Sim Card The Basics Removing the Battery and SIM Card Removing the battery 1. Turn the phone off, then with the phone facing down, insert your fingernail into the cutout located on the lower left of the back cover and gently lift the cover.

Page 13 The Basics Removing the SIM card The SIM card is pre-installed in your smartphone. If you need to replace your SIM card, refer to the following instructions. Turn the phone off, then remove the back cover and the battery as demonstrated in the previous instructions.

Page Inserting And Removing A Memory Card The Basics Inserting and Removing a Memory Card Inserting a microSD card 1. Remove the back cover as demonstrated in the previous instructions and locate the dual slot just above the upper-right corner of the battery compartment. Page 15 The Basics To remove the microSD card 1. Unmount the microSD card. Remove the back cover and locate the microSD card slot as demonstrated in the previous instructions. Page Charging Your Phone The Basics Charging Your Phone Your phone comes with a USB cable and a charger adapter.

You can connect them together and charge from a power outlet, or you can use the USB cable alone to charge from your computer. Page 17 The Basics Charging with the USB Cable USB Cable Make sure to correctly orient the cable's plug with the port before plugging it in.

NOTE Refer to the image above to correctly plug the charger. You can use your computer to charge your phone. To be able to charge with the USB cable, you need to have the necessary USB drivers installed on your PC first. You can also monitor how apps and system resources consume battery power.

Tips to extend the life of your battery Reduce the screen brightness and set a shorter screen timeout. The top of the Battery usage screen displays a usage graph and below it, battery usage times. It lists all of the apps or services using battery power from the greatest amount of energy used to the least amount. Turning your phone off 1. For more security to guard against unauthorized use, you can set an unlock requirement such as a Knock Code, pattern, PIN, password, or fingerprint that will need to be entered to unlock it.

For example, if your device is lost, stolen, or wiped, only someone with your Google Account or screen lock information can use the device. For example, you can drag items on the Home screen to reposition them. Page Getting To Know The Home Screen The Basics Getting to Know the Home Screen The Home screen is your starting point to access all of the features on your phone using simple motions on the screen.

You can customize all of your Home screen panels with app shortcuts, icons, widgets, folders, and other features. Page Home Touch Buttons The Basics Home touch buttons The Home touch buttons are displayed in a bar at the bottom of all of the screens to provide easy navigation within the device software.

Back button: Tap to back up one step at a time and close on-screen items such as pop-up messages, the on-screen keyboard, etc. Page 26 The Basics To return to the Home screen Tap the Home button at any time, from any app. To view other Home screen panels Swipe or flick your finger left or right across the Home screen's sliding panels.

You can add additional panels to allow more space for icons, widgets, shortcuts, and other items. Page 27 The Basics Using Dual View Slide the screen right or left to view different Home screen panels. Dual View Icons Dual view allows you to easily customize your Home screen.

Touch and hold an empty spot on a Home screen panel to view your Home screen on top and the Dual view icons Widgets, Theme, Wallpapers, Grid, and Home screen settings on the bottom. Page Main Panel The Basics EasyHome screen version EasyHome is a more simplified version of the Home screen that you can choose to use on your phone. The EasyHome Home screen has three panels. Page 29 The Basics Communication panel Swipe to the right on the main panel to access a panel for your Contact shortcuts as well as access the Phone app's Dial tab, Recent tab, and Contacts tab.

Tap one of the 9 shortcuts, then tap the contact you want to set. Tap a shortcut's Dial icon to call its number. Using Home with separate apps list To add and remove shortcuts To add an app shortcut, tap the Apps icontouch and hold the app you want, then drag it to the panel you want.

Page Apps: How To View, Open, And Switch The Basics Apps: How to View, Open, and Switch Slide the screen left or right to bring more icons into view. Tap an app icon to open the app. Home screen Home screen Opening an app Open an app simply by tapping its icon on the screen. Opening multiple apps 1. Page Text Input Methods The Basics Text Input Methods The on-screen keyboard displays automatically on the screen when you need to enter text.

To manually display the on-screen keyboard, simply tap a text field where you want to enter text. Selection Box Tap a displayed item to insert it in the text field. Tap the Arrow buttons on the left side of the keyboard to view additional symbols. Page 34 The Basics Typing tips Accessing the and Touch and hold the Voice input buttonthen keyboard settings drag your finger to the Clip Tray icon or the and Clip Tray Settings icon in the pop-up that appears. Swipe your finger through all of the letters of the word you want to automatically enter it instead Path input text entry of tapping each letter separately.

Page Capturing A Screenshot The Basics Languages You can set only one main language for your phone's operating software, but you can set multiple secondary languages and switch as needed. In addition, you can set multiple languages used for the on-screen keyboard.

Notification Icon Status Icons The following icons may appear in the Status Bar. Page 37 Bluetooth headset low battery Headset with microphone Internal storage full connected Email and Messaging icons New email New Gmail message New message New Verizon message New Voicemail Email not sent Message not sent Calendar and Alarm icons Alarm set Upcoming events Battery icons When you receive a notification, the notification icon will be displayed in the Status Bar.

Page 39 The Basics To respond to a notification 1. Open the Notifications panel. Your current notifications are listed in the panel, each with a brief description. Tap a notification to view it. The Notifications panel will close and the app that corresponds to your selection will open. Page Setting Your Lock Screen The Basics Setting Your Lock Screen There are several Lock screen types allowing you to lock your phone so that only you can unlock it to make calls, access your data, buy apps, and otherwise prevent unauthorized use.

Setting a Screen Lock for the First Time 1. Page 41 The Basics Changing Your Screen Lock 1. Tap Select screen lock. Confirm your unlock information if necessary. Tap the desired screen lock option and complete as necessary. NOTE If you've set up a Microsoft Exchange account, you might only be able to use a password. Page 43 The Basics Repeat scanning the fingerprint by moving your finger little by little until the fingerprint registers. When your fingerprint registration is done, tap OK.