Wago display handbuch


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Wago display handbuch

Quick Links Download this manual. Table of Contents. Chapters Table of Contents 5 Table of Contents 11 List of Figures Related Manuals for WAGO Controller WAGO Manual Fieldbus controller devicenettm bit cpu pages.

KG All rights reserved. Page Notes About This Documentation Care must also be taken to ensure that any supplement to these instructions are included, if applicable. Indicates a high-risk, imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Pos: Page Important Notes All changes to the coupler or controller should always be carried out by qualified personnel with sufficient skills in PLC programming. Page Technical Condition Of Specified Devices The components to be supplied Ex Works, are equipped with hardware and software configurations, which meet the individual application requirements.

KG will be exempted from any liability in case of changes in hardware or software as well as to non-compliant usage of components. Page Safety Advice Precautions All power sources to the device shall be switched off prior to performing any installation, repair or maintenance work. Do not use any contact spray. The spray may impair contact area functionality in connection with contamination.

Page Component Update The original manufacturing data on the housing of the component remain thereby. Page Power Supply internal bus, logic and the field electronics. Some digital and analog input modules have each channel electrically isolated, please see catalog. Page System Supply The use of an incorrect supply voltage or frequency can cause severe damage to the component.

Page Field Supply From there a new power supply occurs which may also contain a new voltage potential. Page Fusing Thus, you can prevent the results of wiring errors. In the case of power supply modules with fuse holders, you must only use fuses with a maximum dissipation of 1. Manual Version 1. The fuse modules of the WAGO series and are suitable for this purpose.

Figure Fuse modules for automotive fuses, series Page Supply Example You should separate the system supply and the field supply in order to ensure bus operation in the event of a short-circuit on the actuator side. The ground connection is then connected to the next module via the Power Jumper Contact PJC. Measurement errors, data transmission errors and even disturbances caused by overvoltage can be avoided. Together these allow many different possibilities. See catalog W4 volume 3 chapter Page Device Description Pos: Ein im PFC integ.

An ETHERNET switch integrated in the PFC, which is operated in the store and forward mode, connects those fieldbus ports with the CPU. Page Table 8: Compatibility The compatibility to other storage media available in trade cannot be ensured.

Page Connectors approximately Page Operating Elements Open the damper Configuration and Programming Interface Pos: To prevent damage to the device, unplug and plug in the communication cable only when the device is de-energized! The Communication Cable is connected to the 4-pole header. Page Mode Selector Switch Therefore, program or define all outputs, so that these switch to a safe mode at a program stop.

One of the following functions is active, depending in which of the three static positions "top", "center" Page Address Selection Switch Figure Address Selection Switch Pos: Use only the SD memory card available from WAGO item no. To remove the memory card, first press it into the slot.

Data contacts slide contact, hard gold plated 1. Tempbereich; Page Climatic Environmental Conditions — dust, caustic vapors or gases — ionization radiation Pos: Ensure that the storage of devices with a real time clock at high temperatures leads to a reduced buffer time for the real time clock.

Page Approvals Pos: Using an internal data bus extension module from WAGO, you can increase the total length of the fieldbus node. In this type of configuration, you must connect a Bus Extension End Module to the last module of the node. Page Wago Din Rail 35 x 7,5; 1 mm; aluminum; unslotted Pos: Page Assembly Sequence DI4. Please take into consideration that some bus modules have no or only a few power jumper contacts. The modules are equipped with electronic components that may be destroyed by electrostatic discharge.

Page Function Description As a result, it is not possible to wait on an event from the process or a set period to expire while a loop is in progress. Die Daten der digitalen Busklemmen sind It comprises 4 words for the analog outputs and 1 word for the digital outputs; Page Data Exchange Pos: Page Memory Areas Pos: Page Addressing 7.

The order in which the connected modules are addressed depends on the type of module that is connected input module, output module. Page Address Ranges Pos: Page Table Address Range, Word - Byte Word DWord Pos: In normal operation, the fieldbus controller starts. On the "Features" Web page, start the "Backup device settings to removable disk" Insert a memory card during ongoing operation.

During normal operation, the memory card is incorporated into the file system of the fieldbus controller as a drive. Remove the memory card during ongoing operation. The SPS program accesses the file system on the memory card. The FTP client accesses the file system of the memory card drive S: via the network. Diese werden in den nachfolgenden K. Page Connecting Client Pc And Fieldbus Nodes Connecting Client PC and Fieldbus Nodes Pos: Mount the fieldbus to the carrier rail.

Page Figure Address Selection Switch Proceed as described in the following section "Assigning IP Address via Web Server". Page Disabling Dhcp This prevents the fieldbus coupler from receiving a new BootP request. DIP u. Set the address selection switch to 0 to disable address selection via DIP switch or DHCP. Page Figure Wbm Page "Port Figure WBM page "Port" Pos: Page Note Mac Id The controller transfer rate then depends on the network card of your client Pos: Page Assigning The Ip Address And Enable Bootp Pos: Page Figure Wbm Page "Information Web browser properties that, as an exception, no proxy server are to be used for the node IP address.

Page Figure Wbm Page "Port IP addresses! Page Testing The Function Of The Fieldbus Node Pos: When the test has been performed successfully, you can close the DOS prompt. Page Preparing The Flash File System Pos: Formatting is complete when the status window displays "Formatting flash disk successfully done". In the top menu bar, select Extract to extract the Web pages of the flash file system. Page Synchronizing The Real-Time Clock Synchronize the real-time clock using WAGO-ETHERNET-Settings Pos: Page Figure Example Of Real-Time Clock Synchronization In Ethernet Settings Click on the "Synchronize" button with the clock icon.

Page Restoring Factory Settings To restore the factory settings, proceed as follows: Pos: Set fieldbus 1 if you wish to write directly to a hardware address via MODBUS. Page Configuration Using The "Ea-Config. Then complete the fourth line for each individual module using this syntax and set the corresponding assigned access privileges. Page Functional Restrictions And Limits Whereas the "HMI" can call upon the resources of a PC, the "WebVisu" operate within the following restrictions: Pos: The following functions use the EEPROM: Pos: Page General Information About Iec Tasks IEC task is being executed!

Running tasks are halted after each task cycle for half the time that the task proper requires min. For each tasks created, a watchdog can be enabled that monitors the execution time of a task. Page Transfer The Iec Program To The Controller You can restart the application after creating the boot project. Page Transfer Via Serial Service Port Item No.

Manuals Brands WAGO Manuals Printer smartPRINTER Operating instructions manual WAGO smartPRINTER Operating Instructions Manual Thermal transfer printer. Quick Links. General Information Information about These Instructions Guidelines, Standards and Approvals Declaration of Conformity Product Monitoring Language of the Instructions Intended Use Who Is Permitted to Operate This Printer?

Safety Information Safety Markings Symbols and Information on the Type Plate Type plate information Special Safety Information Product Information Printer Description Printer Description - Part Names, Interior View Technical Data Print Media Basic Requirements of the Ink Ribbon Ink Ribbon Storage Preparing the Ink Ribbon Inserting the Ink Ribbon Print Materials Label Roll Storage Storage of Marking Strips Processing Label Rolls Processing Marking Strips Related Manuals for WAGO smartPRINTER Printer WAGO TP Manual 42 pages.

Printer WAGO smartPRINTER Hardware Installation Instructions Wago thermal transfer smartprinter 1 page. Summary of Contents for WAGO smartPRINTER Page 1: Table Of Contents Label Roll Storage Page 2 Type plate information Page 3: General Information Operating Instructions General Information Information about These Instructions These instructions are only valid for the smartPRINTER described.

This declaration loses its validity if the machine or purpose of use changes without coordination with WAGO. KG accepts no liability in the event of structural modifications by third parties. Only original parts may be used for repairs and maintenance. Anyone who has read and understood these instructions is permitted to operate the printer. The printer must not be operated by children or by frail or infirm persons without supervision.

Page 7: Safety Information Failure to pay attention to them can lead to personal injury or faults in this printer or the environment. Warning against dangerous location Warning against high voltage Warning against hot surface Do not touch!

Page 8: Symbols And Information On The Type Plate In some EU countries such as Germany, this symbol is not required for devices only used commercially B2B devicesbut WAGO uses it uniformly throughout Europe. This symbol means that the device must not be disposed of at public collection sites.

Page 14 BMP and PCX can be stored directly in the printer. Page Print Media Print Media 6. Only these products have been comprehensively tested and optimized for use with print materials, the smartPRINTER and the printing software. Ink ribbon product information: Page Inserting The Ink Ribbon The paper core for rewinding the ink ribbon is now correctly inserted. EF5 Abb. EF3 Abb.

Page Print Materials They contain product-specific software and hardware settings. You can find the handling instructions at: www. Only these products have been comprehensively tested and optimized for use with the smartPRINTER and the printing software.

Removing the outer layer prevents contamination from being deposited on the print head and the roller. Page Inserting Label Rolls The following information will help you use you smartPRINTER safely. The details of the graphical illustrations may differ from those of the current model. Open the smartPRINTER. Tilt the top of the printer print mechanism and housing cover up until it locks firmly in place. Page 20 8. The label roll must not rest on the printer housing. The side of the print media that is to be printed on must face upwards.

Close the smartPRINTER. Hold the lock button down. Guide the printer top onto the printer bottom. Press the top until the housing parts lock audibly, which is signaled by a click. Page Calibrate Print Materials The program file GoDoctor. Press and hold the Auto-calibration button for 1 second. The printer automatically detects the print material. Page 6. Page Stages Of Service Life Operating Instructions Stages of Service Life Transport and Storage If the smartPRINTER is not commissioned after it is received and visually inspected, repackage it in the original packaging.

Protect the printer against impacts, contamination and moisture during storage. Before commissioning, give the device time to adapt to the temperature and humidity conditions. Page Installing And Removing The Roller The roller also must be removed for cleaning. Removing the roller: Open the smartPRINTER. Remove any print material from the work area.

Page External Unwinder External Unwinder The external unwinder is used for suspension and uniform supply of continuous printing materials from the roll to the smartPRINTER. The unwinder is enclosed with your printer and is to be assembled as described in these instructions. Application note Fig. EA1 contains instructions for installing a print material roll. Page 32 The external unwinder is set up behind the smartPRINTER. Important: The external unwinder with the print material on the roll is positioned to allow the print material and material that runs through the printer in an imaginary line.

Page Cutter The cutter was developed to cut WAGO print material. The cutter is a smartPRINTER accessory and is for use with this material only. The following information will support you in operating the cutter. Only use print material approved to cut by WAGO. Page Hard- Und Software Requirements Deinstall existing smartSCRIPT software before carrying out a new installation. Connection to the printer Open the smartPRINTER. Fold out the of the printer print mechanism and enclosure cover until it locks firmly in place.

Remove the front panel of the printer. Page Wago Printer Settings - Activate The Cutter Printer and installed cutter. Guide the print material through the cutter. Close the printer. C3 WAGO Printer Settings - Activate the cutter The use of the cutter is transferred to the smartPRINTER via the Software WAGO Printer-Settings.

Page Commissioning And Installation 7. Switch the smartPRINTER on. Launch the installation software on your computer. Page Network Installation Without Use Of Dhcp Server 7. Automatic address assignment on the network via DHCP is switched on active in the printer default settings. Page 39 Press the right-hand button on the directional pad and navigate to [Standard Gateway].