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Application about Drive Technology

Technology CPU
Flying Shears Based on Gearing
Introduction
Warranty, liability and support

Flying Shears Introduction ID Number: 21063352

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Warranty, liability and support


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Foreword

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Foreword
The application described in this document deals with flying shears. It shows how
an axis can be synchronized to another axis with the aid of the technology CPU so
that processing on the fly (cutting, drilling, printing, welding, ...) is enabled.
The core element is the Flying Shears technology template which implements the
technological functions such as gearing and positioning of an axis.
If you want to obtain further information on the technology template, a separate
documentation is available. The reference data for this documentation is listed in
the appendix of this document.

Objective of the application


This application shows the use of one of the technological functions or of a
technology template in the technology CPU.
In order to provide a compact and practical description, a function frequently used
in machines is used in a simple example with HMI connection. This ensures that
the application can also be used as a demonstration model.
The application illustrates the following:
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How the used components work together


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Which technological functions are used


How the application is programmed and parameterized
How the application can be used as a demonstration system
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Main contents of this application


The following main points are described in this application:
Use of the Gearing technology function
Use of the Flying Shears technology template

Delimitation
This application does not include a description of
basic knowledge when using STEP 7
basic knowledge in the field of motion control
...the use of technology functions of the technology CPU
...the general handling of the technology CPU
Basic knowledge of these topics is required.

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Document structure
The documentation of this application is divided into three documents:
Introduction
Extension
Demonstration
In addition, the STEP7 code is available.

The first document, Introduction, which you are reading right now, is intended
for persons who are interested in a quick overview.
Part Description
Introduction This part provides a general overview of the contents.
Application Description and You are informed on the used components (standard
Principles of Operation hardware and software components and the specially
created user software).
Extension This part describes the detailed functional sequences of
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Principles of Operation in the involved hardware and software components, the


solution structures and where useful the specific
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Detail and Program


Structures implementation of this application.
It is required to read this part if you want to familiarize
with the interaction of the solution components to use
these components, e.g., as a basis for your own
developments.
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Demonstration This part takes you step by step through structure,


Structure, Configuration and important configuration steps, startup and operation of
Operation of the Application the application.

An additional component available is the S7 program code.


Part Description
The S7 program code includes the code and a user
S7 program code interface which is also suitable as a demonstration
system.

Reference to Automation and Drives Service & Support


This entry is from the internet application portal of Automation and Drives Service &
Support. The link below takes you directly to the download page of this document.
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Table of Contents

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Table of Contents
Warranty, liability and support ................................................................................... 3
Foreword....................................................................................................................... 4
Table of Contents......................................................................................................... 6
Application Description............................................................................................... 7
1 Essential Information on Processing on the Fly ............................................ 7
2 Automation Problem ......................................................................................... 9
2.1 Flying shears with length selection ...................................................... 9
2.2 Operator control of the process............................................................ 9
3 Process Analysis ............................................................................................. 11
3.1 Process sequence.............................................................................. 11
3.2 Core functions .................................................................................... 11
3.3 Solution structure ............................................................................... 12
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4 Automation Solution ....................................................................................... 15


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4.1 Solution structure ............................................................................... 15


4.1.1 Overview ............................................................................................ 15
4.1.2 Hardware components ....................................................................... 15
4.1.3 Software components......................................................................... 17
4.2 Functions............................................................................................ 19
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Appendix and Bibliographic References................................................................. 20


5 Bibliographic References ............................................................................... 20
5.1 Bibliographic references..................................................................... 20
5.2 Internet links ....................................................................................... 21
5.3 Related documentation ...................................................................... 23
6 History............................................................................................................... 23

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Application Description
Essential Information on Processing on the Fly

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Application Description

1 Essential Information on Processing on


the Fly
This chapter shows what processing on the fly is, why it is used in machines, the
advantages of processing on the fly and the problems that can be solved using
processing on the fly.

What is processing on the fly?


Processing on the fly is characterized by the fact that a product on a material line is
not stopped for processing.
To be able to process a defined position on the product, it is required that the
processing unit is synchronized to the product velocity and that it is moved
synchronously with the product during the processing phase.
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Why processing on the fly?


Processing on the fly is required when
stopping the material line due to a subprocess (mostly a thermal process)
could cause quality loss or scrap.

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stopping the material line is not reasonable due to the expenditure of energy
because of the respective forces of deceleration and acceleration.
the individual processing steps are too different so that a uniform waiting
time is economically unacceptable.

What are the advantages?


Processing on the fly makes the entire production procedure
faster since it is not necessary to wait for the slowest processing procedure.
more energy-optimized since unnecessary deceleration or acceleration is
not required.
more harmonic due to the continuous motion of the material line, which
results in less wear of the plant.

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Essential Information on Processing on the Fly

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Typical fields of application


Table 1-1 Fields of application for processing on the fly
Task
Filling moving containers

Processing, gripping and checking moving


workpieces
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Paint spraying / painting moving


workpieces
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Cutting to length / cutting a continuous


material line

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Automation Problem

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2 Automation Problem
To display the application of processing on the fly, flying shears for cutting an
endless product to selectable length were selected.

2.1 Flying shears with length selection


A conveyor running at a constant velocity is used to feed the product via the
material line as an endless board (e.g. plastic, sheet metal or chip board).
When the cutting process is started, the shears slide is synchronized to the velocity
of the material line and positioned to the cutting position. As soon as the
synchronous operation between shears slide and material line is reached, the
shear blades are located directly above the cutting position and the cut is triggered.
During the cut the velocity of the shears slide is identical to the velocity of the
material line.
When the cut is finished, the shear blades are opened and the shears slide is
returned to the initial position.
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Figure 2-1 Flying shears


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Material line Initial position / starting position

Synchronization position
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100mm
Axis 1
Shears slide drive
Cut mark

Shears slide Shear blades

Axis 2
Material line drive

2.2 Operator control of the process


For presenting and operating, the flying shears feature an HMI attached to the
application example; this HMI was created with WinCC flexible.
The flying shears can be operated in two modes:

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Automation Problem

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Setting up with the functions:


Acknowledging errors
Jogging: Moving the axis using a jog button
Homing: Synchronizing the axis with a reference point switch or setting the
current position.
Independent positioning of the axes to a manually selected position
Producing with the function:
Automatic cutting of the material line according to a specified length (cyclic
operation)

In this application, the cutting process of the shears is simulated with the aid of the
HMI.

Note For details on operating and presenting the application, please refer to the
Demonstration document.
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Process Analysis

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3 Process Analysis
This chapter illustrates the technological basics of the flying shears independently
of the possible hardware.

3.1 Process sequence


Precondition
The process can only be started if the flying shears are within the permissible
operating range and if they have been homed:
The shears slide is located between the software limit switches
The shears axis was homed
The shear blades are opened
The shears slide is in starting position

Process sequence
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Once the flying shears have been started in automatic mode, they pass the
following cycle until they are deactivated:
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Synchronizing the shears slide to the velocity of the material line and the
cutting position
Closing the shear blades
The actual cutting process
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Opening the shear blades


Repositioning the shears slide to the starting position
Adjusting the position of the material line to the next cutting position
The position of the material line is influenced in such a way that each cut occurs at
the 0 position of the material line. This is achieved by setting the position value of
the material line on the fly.

3.2 Core functions


The following sections describe the technological core functions required to realize
the application.

Synchronization of the shears slide


There are two preconditions for an exact cut:
The shears slide and the material on the material line move at exactly the
same velocity
The shear blades are located exactly above the cutting position
These preconditions are achieved by synchronizing the shears slide to the material
line and have to be maintained during the entire cutting process.

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Figure 3-1 Positions of material line and shears slide during a cycle

Position Defining the cutting position by


setting the axis position = 0

Material line
position

Shears slide
position

Time
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Maximum distance Distance traveled


Cutting time
of the shears slide during cutting
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To achieve this mode, the shears axis is connected to the material axis in gearing,
i.e. the shears axis directly follows the position information of the material line.
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Failures are detected and corrected. The simple motion at the same velocity in
velocity gearing is inadequate for this application since failures may cause
differences in position which cannot be detected and corrected.
Selecting the appropriate synchronization mode ensures that the shear blades are
located exactly above the cutting position when reaching the material line velocity.

This solution ensures that modifications of the material line velocity do not affect
the actual cutting length and the cutting quality.

Return to starting position


When the cutting process is finished, the shears slide has to be returned to its
initial position.
This is done by a positioning to the starting position of the shears slide at a
defined velocity.
The synchronous operation between material line and shears slide is terminated,
the shears slide is brought to a standstill with a specified deceleration and returned
to the starting position at a defined velocity.

3.3 Solution structure


The following section describes the structure of the solution. The process
sequence is realized via the Flying Shears technology template which is used in
this application example and which includes the complete functionality of the flying
shears.

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Figure 3-2 Solution structure of the flying shears

HMI Main
Control start material

move velo
PLC start shears

homing
Template next cut

Control
synchronizing repositioning

synchronous positioning
operation
start
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cutting
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synchronous axis axis


operation

axis axis
shears material
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SINAMICS S120 training case

axis 1
shears
axis 2
material
Cutting simulation M G M G

Technology Object Program Module


PLCopen Object Program Signals
Technology Template Technology Signals

Sequence of the overall process


Via the user interface (HMI), the shears slide of the flying shears can first be
moved to starting position in setup mode.
Process mode can then be started via Main Control. Via start material, the
material line is brought to a constant velocity and the flying shears are started via
start shears.
Selecting the process mode enables the following process.
Via the synchronizing path, the shears axis is synchronized to the material
axis in gearing.
If the shears axis is synchronous to the material axis, a cut is triggered via the
cutting path. During the cut the gearing of shears slide and material line
prevents the shear blades from canting in the material of the material line.
At the end of the cutting process the shear blades have moved out of the
material of the material line the shears axis is returned to the starting position

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by a positioning via the repositioning path.


The position value of the material line is simultaneously adjusted to the next
cutting position via the next cut path.

Gearing
Gearing is the moving of a group of at least two axes with a fixed reference to
speed and rotation angle. The axis providing the master value is the master axis.
All further axes of the group of axes are slave axes. The slave axes follow the
position selection of the master axis in a fixed but adjustable ratio. Individual slave
axes can be included in or excluded from the group of axes by means of
synchronization or desynchronization processes.

Positioning
Positioning is moving an axis from position A to position B. A travel profile is
generated from the specifications target position, velocity and acceleration. The
axis accelerates to the specified velocity and exactly at that time starts decelerating
to come to a standstill at the target position. During this process the deceleration is
performed with the absolute value of the specified acceleration.
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Automation Solution

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4 Automation Solution
This chapter shows the reader how the automation problem can be solved using
the technology CPU.

4.1 Solution structure


4.1.1 Overview

Technological tasks with medium to high PLC performance and medium motion
control requirements can easily be realized using the technology CPU.
Figure 4-1 Overview of the hardware configuration

PG/PC Technology CPU SINAMICS S120 training case


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WinCC flexible
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Note The automation solution presented in this document is available as a STEP 7


archive with virtual axes, i.e. without real drive.
However, the connection of a SINAMICS S120 training case can later be
performed based on the provided STEP 7 archive.

4.1.2 Hardware components

The following hardware components are required to realize the application


example.
Figure 4-1 Hardware components
Hardware element Picture MLFB/order number and functions
Controller
DIN rail 6ES7390-1AE80-0AA0
The DIN rail is the mechanical rack of an S7-
300 and required to set up the controller.
PS307 2A 6ES7-307-1BA00-0AA0
power supply The power supply provides the required 24VDC

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Hardware element Picture MLFB/order number and functions


Technology CPU The technology CPU executes the user
program and the technological functions.
CPU 317T-2 DP 6ES7317-6TJ10-0AB0

Hardware product version: 02


Firmware revision level: V 3.1.1

Integrated main memory: 512KB


Max. block size: 64KB

or alternatively
CPU 315T-2 DP 6ES7315-6TG10-0AB0

Hardware product version: 01


Firmware revision level: V 3.1
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Integrated main memory: 128KB


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Max. block size: 16KB

40-pin front connector 6ES7392-1AM00-0AA0


The front connector enables the easy and user-
friendly connection of the sensors and actuators
to the signal modules. It is plugged to the
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module and covered by the front door

4MB 6ES7953-8LM11-0AA0
Micro Memory Card The S7 program is stored on the MMC.

Communication and communication via DP(Drive) (optional)


PROFIBUS 6ES7972-0BA41-0XA0
connector plug up to The plugs are used to connect
12 Mbps
PG and technology CPU and
technology CPU and SINAMICS S120
training case (optional)
PROFIBUS cable 6XV1830-0EH10 (sold by the meter, min. 20m)
The cable is used to connect
PG and technology CPU and
technology CPU and SINAMICS S120
training case (optional)
Hardware element Picture MLFB/order number and functions

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Hardware element Picture MLFB/order number and functions


HMI
PG/PC with MPI and -
Ethernet interface The PG/PC is used for configuring and for
executing the HMI

Drive (optional)
SINAMICS S120 training 6ZB2480-0BA00
case The SINAMICS S120 training case
consists of standard components (drives
and motors) and offers two axes. They are
used to demonstrate the application.
The case is completely configured and
wired and is connected to the controller via
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PROFIBUS.
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4.1.3 Software components


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The following software components are required to realize the application.

Standard software
If the technological functions of the application are to be reconstructed, the
following SIEMENS standard software components are necessary:
Table 4-2 Software components
Component MLFB / order number Functions
STEP7 6ES7810-4CC08-0YA7 STEP 7 is the basic package for the other
V5.4 SP1 software packages and used for programming
the SIMATIC S7
S7 Technology 6ES7864-1CC30-0YX0 Tool for parameterizing and programming the
V3.0 SP2 technology objects of the technology CPU
WinCC flexible 2005 6AV6613-0AA01-1CA5 WinCC flexible is used to program the HMI.
Advanced incl. Without this software, it is not possible to
incl. ServicePack 1 S79220-A7890-F modify the HMI.
and Hotfix 7
WinCC flexible 2005 6AV6613-1DA01-1CA0 WinCC flexible Runtime enables the use of a
Runtime incl. PG/PC as an operator panel.
incl. ServicePack 1 S79220-A7890-F
and Hotfix 7
with 256 PowerTags

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Standard software for presentation


If the application is only to be presented, it is sufficient to install the following
software components on the demonstration PG/PG. However, it is required that the
application has already been loaded into the CPU, e.g. with another PG/PC.
Table 4-3 Software components required for presentation
Component MLFB / order number Functions
WinCC flexible 2005 6AV6613-1DA01-1CA0 WinCC flexible Runtime enables the use of a
Runtime incl. PG/PC as an operator panel.
incl. ServicePack 1 S79220-A7890-F
and Hotfix 7
with 512 PowerTags

Application software
The application software is an archived Step 7 project that contains the code of the
application for the respective technology CPU.
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Table 4-4 Application software for use without drives


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File Functions
21063352_CPU315T_Shears_v_CODE_v30.zip Archived Step 7 project for the
CPU 315T-2 DP with virtual
axes, does not require drives
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CPU 317T-2 DP with virtual


axes, does not require drives

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4.2 Functions
PG/PC
Operator control and monitoring of the flying shears is performed via a WinCC
flexible 2005 user interface on the PG/PC.
This platform can also be used for loading the programs for the technology CPU
and for parameterizing the optional SINAMICS S120 training case.

Technology CPU
The technology CPU features a control unit like each conventional CPU and an
integrated technology. The following tasks are realized in the control unit:
Realization of the program flow with a step sequence
Management of the modes
Communication with HMI
Management and coordination of the technology jobs
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Call of the technology jobs via motion control blocks according to the
PLCopen standard
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The technology part performs the following tasks:


Implementation of the technology jobs
Motion control of the axes
Motion monitoring
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Drive
As a drive system for tests, the optional SINAMICS S120 training case with two
axes takes over the axis functions. It is completely wired so that it can be directly
used for this application example.
The training case is equipped with a clocked Profibus interface via which the drive
is connected to the controller.

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Appendix and Bibliographic References
Bibliographic References

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Appendix and Bibliographic References

5 Bibliographic References
5.1 Bibliographic references
This list is by no means complete and only provides a selection of appropriate
sources.
Table 5-1
Topic Title
/1/ STEP7 Automating with STEP7 in STL and SCL
Hans Berger
Publicis MCD Verlag - 2004
ISBN 3-89578-242-4
/2/ Technology CPU SIMATIC S7-300 CPU Data: CPU 315T-2DP
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Siemens Manual
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Edition 11/2006
MLFB: A5E00427932-03
/3/ Technology CPU SIMATIC S7-300 CPU Data: CPU 317T-2DP
Siemens Manual
Edition 11/2006
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MLFB: A5E00251769-05
/4/ Technology CPU SIMATIC S7 Technology
Siemens Manual
Edition 11/2006
MLFB: A5E00251797-05
/5/ Technology CPU CPU 317T-2DP: Controlling a SINAMICS S120
Getting Started
Edition 11/2006
MLFB: A5E00480390-02
/6/ Technology CPU CPU 317T-2DP: Controlling a virtual axis
Getting Started
Edition 11/2006
MLFB: A5E00266283-04
/7/ Technology CPU CPU 317T-2DP: Controlling a physical axis
Getting Started
Edition 11/2006
MLFB: A5E00251785-04
/8/ SINAMICS S120 SINAMICS S120 Installation and Start-Up Manual (IH1)
Manufacturer / Service Documentation
Edition 04/2006
MLFB: 6SL3 097-2AF00-0AP5

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Topic Title
/9/ SINAMICS S120 SINAMICS S120 Equipment Manual (GH1)
Control Units and Additional System Components
Edition 03/2006
MLFB: 6SL3097-2AH00-0AP3
/10/ SINAMICS S120 SINAMICS S120 Equipment Manual (GH2)
Booksize Power Sections
Edition 03/2006
MLFB: 6SL3097-2AC00-0AP3
/11/ SINAMICS S120 SINAMICS S List Manual (LH1)
Manual
Edition 03/2006
MLFB: 6SL3 097-2AP00-0AP4
/12/ SINAMICS S120 SINAMICS S120 Function Manual (FH1)
Function Manual Drive Functions
Manufacturer / Service Documentation
Edition 03/2006
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MLFB: 6SL3 097-2AB00-0AP2


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5.2 Internet links


This list is by no means complete and only provides a selection of appropriate
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sources.
Table 5-2
Topic Title
\1\ Reference to the http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21
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\2\ Siemens A&D www.ad.siemens.de/support
Customer Support
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Applications & 208582
Tools

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Topic Title
\4\ Application Palletizer with simply Interpolating Axes:
examples for the http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21
technology CPU 062269
(a selection) Feeder for a Press:
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21
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\5\ Technology CPU http://www.ad.siemens.de/support
manual Select Product Support
Open the following directories in the
Product Information tree:
Automation systems
SIMATIC Industrial Automation Systems
PLC
SIMATIC S7
S7-300/S7-300F
CPUs
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Click the Manual tab to open a list with related documents or


click the following links:
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S7 Technology:
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639716
CPU manual 317T-2 DP:
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CPU manual 315T-2 DP:
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\6\ SINAMICS http://www.ad.siemens.de/support
S120 Select Product Support
instruction manual
Open the following directories in the
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Appendix and Bibliographic References
History

Flying Shears Introduction ID Number: 21063352

Topic Title
\7\ FAQ Applicable encoders for the technology CPU 31xT in
CPU 317T-2 DP connection with the drive systems
applicable SIMODRIVE 611U, MASTERDRIVES MC
encoders
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/19
968954
\8\ FAQ Which versions of the S7 Technology option package are
technology CPU available and which SINAMICS S120 drive firmware can you
version overview use with which of these versions?
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/23
411204

5.3 Related documentation


This list includes a summary of related documentations which you can obtain from
Siemens Customer Support or your Siemens contact person.
21063352_Technology_Shears_Introduction_DOKU_v321_e.d

Table 5-3
Copyright Siemens AG 2007 All rights reserved

Topic Title
/A/ Technology Flying Shears Technology Template
template Technology CPU Documentation
ID number: 21062270
http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21
oc

062270

6 History
Table 6-1 History
Version Date Modification
V3.2 06/05/07 Adaptation of the documentation to the S7 Technology V3.0
SP2 technology package.
Added Microbox 420-T.
Added Runtime.
V3.21 08/2010 Removed Microbox 420-T

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