TIA Portal Workshop. SIMATIC Controller. Intern / Siemens AG Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Automation Days 2015 Controller Team

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Workshop Controller : Das Herzstück jeder Maschine



... has a large installed base of SIMATIC S7-300/400 in his machine/plant



... has a maintenance team, with deep knowledge in the CLASSIC World



... has notebooks / Field PGs for maintenance, which are some years old

The end customer of today …



... has notebooks / Field PGs for maintenance, which are some years old



... is not mentioning any noteworthy deficits in our CLASSIC solution



... carries out extensions / changes in his projects only sporadically

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Workshop Controller : Das Herzstück jeder Maschine



... has libraries for STEP 7 and WinCC Classic, grown in years



... has a team of engineers with deep knowledge in the CLASSIC World



... has notebooks / Field PGs, which are some years old

The machine builder today …



... has notebooks / Field PGs, which are some years old



... is not mentioning any noteworthy deficits in our CLASSIC solution

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Workshop Controller : Das Herzstück jeder Maschine

Now, the end customer plans to

build a new production line …

(5)

Why should he

use the new

use the new

Controllers in the

TIA Portal?

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Workshop Controller : Das Herzstück jeder Maschine

minimize downtime

secure investment

improve cyber security

reduce spare part handling

be innovation leader

minimize service efforts

Streamline software landscape

be innovation leader

reduce engineering time

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Change of platform

• At the point in time of X,

possibilities of up to now

technologies are maxed

out

• A change over becomes

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more difficult, the more

new technologies

accelerate in

development

• Those who adopt the

new technologies earlier

win an innovation head

start

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Innovations account for technological changes

Efforts for the customer …

New investment: PC/PG HW + software and licenses

Adjust standards and libraries.

Accommodate way of programming or adapt projects

Train personal

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Use technical progress

Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to

begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect

.“

(11)

Integration of

PLC, HMI, Drives

and

Communication

in one platform

Reduce complexity

… many tasks and

steps are done

automatically or in the

back ground

Reference: Particle board manufacturing

Challenges

Customer benefits

Realize a new plant for a new particle boards

facility.

Fast time-to-market

through

“accelerated

start-up“

Project information

Used Products/Tools

1

S7-1500

Scalability/

Performance

reserve

One controller family

for small and large

projects

Allow machine

extensions

Improve process

quality

Before

Now

S7-400

S7-1500 CPU 1516

ET 200S

ET 200SP

Competitor

WinCC Professional

SINAMICS S120

SINAMICS S120

SITOP Modular 40

SITOP PSU 100S

PROFIBUS

PROFINET

Trace: SPS Analyser

Integrated Trace

2

3

System diagnosis

and

Trace function

Reduce production

waste

…localize errors precisely

and optimize process

values at runtime

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Typical customer requirements: Do we have answers?

Less engineering

effort

What’s all

behind?

High performance /

shorter cycle times

(13)

Advanced Controller

SIMATIC S7-1500

Software Controller

SIMATIC S7-1500

Always the right controller with common functionality!

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Engineered with TIA Portal

Application complexity

Distributed Controller

SIMATIC ET 200SP CPU

Basic Controller

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Typical customer requirements and our answers!

Added Values

Less engineering

effort

Efficient engineering!

… reduce the engineering effort up to the

minimum!

Scalable controller portfolio

… comprehensive functionalities for maximum

efficiency from Basic to Advanced Control

Efficient engineering!

… reduce the engineering effort up to the

minimum!

High performance /

shorter cycle times

Reduced downtime

Safety & Security directely to the Controller

… Secure your investment, Protect your

know-how and for a safe machine operation

Best performance in each class

… for each of your automation tasks

Service made easy!

… Minimize downtime and increase your

productivity

Best performance in each class

… for each of your automation tasks

Service made easy!

… Minimize downtime and increase your

productivity

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Reduced engineering effort shown at example of filling station

Less engineering

effort

“Reuse Know- How”

Migration of existing

S7-300 Project

1

Extending the Program

using Library concept

2

More flexibility and

modularity with “option

handling”

Configuration and

commissioning of the

complete plant

4

3

High performance /

shorter cycle times

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1.

Reuse Know- How:

a.

Migration

fewer clicks to the finish

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Sales approach and customer selection

Broad Marketing

Active generation change for existing

SIMATIC customers

New Customers

(conversion from competitors)

Focus Customers only

New plant automation / extensions

New Customers

New customers

(wins from competitors)

Broad Marketing

Generation change of

Broad Marketing

Start generation change for existing

SIMATIC S7-300 customers

New Customers

(conversion from competitors)

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V12

Migration of

Comfort Panels

Selective Marketing

"new projects at SIMATIC customers"

Check complex applications with

hardware and engineering portfolio

Selective Marketing

V13

Beyond

CPU 317 / 414

V13

Generation change of

CPU up to 317 / 414

Generationswechsel

von S7-300/400

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Strategy – PLC (S7-300









S7-1500)

Migrate

Application with small and upper mid-sized machines

(round about: up to S7-317 and 414) incl. Safety

New functions which creates added value

(e.g. system diagnostic, security, Trace, …)

Team-Engineering (Project synchronization) / Shared PLC

First “Openness” interface

Competitor customer:

Which can be addressed with an efficient, seamless engineering framework platform and

Satisfied TIA Portal

customers

and sustainable

success

Which can be addressed with an efficient, seamless engineering framework platform and

extended functional portfolio

Do not migrate

Semi-automatic engineering via “Openness” interface

Process automation

Recommendation:

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Strategy S7-400 in discrete automation applications

Migrate selectively

Migrate S7-400 customer / projects (incl. F) up to CPU 414

(where portfolio fits with high end applications)

Migrate HMI classic panels to Comfort panels with TIA Portal (WinCC V13).

Recommended: Leave PLC project (S7-400 incl. H) at STEP 7 V5.5 by using PLC proxy.

Satisfied TIA Portal

customers

and sustainable

success

Do not migrate

S7-400H systems (S7-1500 limitation)

Multiuser engineering and commissioning (TIA Portal limitation)

Engineering „Openness“ interface necessary (TIA Portal limitation)

Big projects with high quantity structure in a single TIA Portal project

Recommendation:

Use "Classic"

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Reduced engineering effort shown at example of filling station

SIMATIC S7-1200

Controller

Higher level control

SIMATIC S7-1500 Controller

Less engineering

effort

“Reuse Know- How”

Migration of existing

S7-300 Project

1

Extending the Program

using Library concept

2

Conveyer

SIMATIC ET 200SP CPU

SIMATIC S7-1500 SW

SIMATIC S7-1500 Controller

High performance /

shorter cycle times

(21)

1.

Reuse know-how:

a.

Migration

b.

Library concept

fewer clicks to the finish

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Reduce the engineering effort to a minimum

Re-use

know-how with library

concept!

SIMATIC Manager

TIA Portal

Contents

Only S7 programs

Everything!

Single blocks, HW Konfig, groups,

peripheral stations, HW+program…

Versioning

Not integrated!

(only via external programs)

Fully integrated!

(directly in the library)

Company standards

Not possible!

Company library!

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Reduced engineering effort shown at example of filling station

SIMATIC S7-1200

Controller

Higher level control

SIMATIC S7-1500 Controller

Less engineering

effort

“Reuse Know- How”

Migration of existing

S7-300 Project

1

Extending the Program

using Library concept

2

More flexibility and

modularity with “option

handling”

3

Conveyer

SIMATIC S7-1500 SW

Controller

SIMATIC ET 200SP CPU

SIMATIC S7-1500 Controller

High performance /

shorter cycle times

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1.

Reuse knowhow:

a.

Migration

b.

Library concept

c.

Option handling

fewer clicks to the finish

c.

Option handling

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Reduce the engineering effort to a minimum



Option handling: Central, de-central and possible for the

whole

plant

machine

Maximal HW configuration

the machine

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Reduce the engineering effort to a minimum



Option handling: one

Project

for all machine options

Customer A

Different machine options

One project

Customer B

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Reduce the engineering effort to a minimum



Option handling: Options can be activated through HMI and

Webserver or the program

Webserver

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Best practice: H&F Industry GmbH ; sewage plant with the new generation

Universality saves effort, Webserver makes maintenance easier…

“The sewage treatment plants, we equip are highly standardized and differ

significantly in the expansion size , that is, the number of tanks , pumps , agitators

and level measurements . We still always use the same program , just disable the

function groups that are not needed."

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Reduced engineering effort shown at example of filling station

SIMATIC S7-1200

Controller

Higher level control

SIMATIC S7-1500 Controller

Less engineering

effort

“Reuse Know- How”

Migration of existing

S7-300 Project

1

Extending the Program

using Library concept

2

More flexibility and

modularity with “option

handling”

Configuration and

commissioning of the

complete plant

4

3

Conveyer

SIMATIC S7-1500 SW

Controller

SIMATIC ET 200SP CPU

SIMATIC S7-1500 Controller

High performance /

shorter cycle times

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1.

Reuse knowhow:

a.

Migration

b.

Library concept

c.

Option handling

fewer clicks to the finish

c.

Option handling

d.

Faster IP address allocation

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Typical customer requirements: Do we have answers?

SIMATIC S7-1200

Controller

Less engineering

effort

High performance /

shorter cycle times

Reduced downtime

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Performance – Use Case : CPU 317 vs. CPU 1516

Not optimized









Shorter cycle times thanks

to more performant hardware

Optimized









Even shorter cycle times

thanks to more performant

memory concept

Upload &

Optimize









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Increase productivity and save costs

The new controller generation saves hardware and increases the output at the same time

Increase performance by at least

five times

„ … the main benefit of the new controller

1518 is that the cycle time decreases

extremely, from formerly 20 ms to 2 ms.

This allows to integrate additional

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Typical customer requirements: Do we have answers?

SIMATIC S7-1200

Controller

Less engineering

effort

High performance /

shorter cycle times

Reduced downtime

(35)

Quick error localization with SIMATIC: S7-300 vs. S7-1500

Localization of

a short cut

Setting

Must be activated

Active per default

Realization

Via program blocks

Firmware of the CPU

Availability of diagnostic

information

CPU – mode “RUN”

CPU – mode “RUN”

CPU – mode “STOP”

Influence on performance

Part of the program



cycle time

No influence

Item in the diagnostic

buffer

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Quick error localization with SIMATIC: BECKHOFF vs. S7-1500

Localization of

a short cut

Localization of errors

Only in the process data of the module

If diagnostics module and only at the module itself

In the TIA Portal, on the Display, LEDs,

Diagnostics buffer and Webserver

Clear text diagnostics

None. Only one bit in the process data

Generated automatically

Realization

Programmable with effort

Firmware of the CPU

Entry in the diagnostics

buffer

No entry of sporadic channel errors in the

event viewer

All entries are stored in the diagnostics buffer

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Avoid downtimes effectively

„… in 90% of all cases we find and

correct errors faster … thanks to

integrated system diagnosis and

PROFINET.

PROFINET.

This saves up to 50% time in start-up

or service activity“

Ulf Könnekamp

Ulf Könekamp,

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Workshop Controller : Das Herzstück jeder Maschine

minimize downtime

secure investment

improve cyber security

reduce spare part handling

be innovation leader

minimize service efforts

streamline engineering software

be innovation leader

reduce engineering time

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Merci

Grazie

Obrigado

xiexie

Vandane

Paladies

Merci

Mamnuun

arigato

Gracias

Thank you

Spasibo

Dziekuje

Danke

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