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Think and Do es un manual de programacin para el software de phoenix contact

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  • User manual

    UM SWD EN Think & Do

  • 2013-06-17

    PHOENIX CONTACT 2364_en_B

    UM SWD EN Think & Do

    UM SWD EN Think & Do

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    Designation Version Order No.Think & Do 8.1

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  • PHOENIX CONTACT

    Please observe the following notesUser group of this manualThe use of products described in this manual is oriented exclusively to qualified application programmers and software engineers, who are familiar with the safety concepts of automa-tion technology and applicable standards.Explanation of symbols used and signal words

    How to contact us

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    Published by PHOENIX CONTACT GmbH & Co. KGFlachsmarktstrae 832825 BlombergGERMANYShould you have any suggestions or recommendations for improvement of the contents and layout of our manuals, please send your comments to:tecdoc@phoenixcontact.com

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    PHOENIX CONTACT

    General terms and conditions of use for technical documentationPhoenix Contact reserves the right to alter, correct, and/or improve the technical documen-tation and the products described in the technical documentation at its own discretion and without giving prior notice, insofar as this is reasonable for the user. The same applies to any technical changes that serve the purpose of technical progress.The receipt of technical documentation (in particular user documentation) does not consti-tute any further duty on the part of Phoenix Contact to furnish information on modifications to products and/or technical documentation. You are responsible to verify the suitability and intended use of the products in your specific application, in particular with regard to observ-ing the applicable standards and regulations. All information made available in the technical data is supplied without any accompanying guarantee, whether expressly mentioned, im-plied or tacitly assumed. In general, the provisions of the current standard Terms and Conditions of Phoenix Contact apply exclusively, in particular as concerns any warranty liability.This manual, including all illustrations contained herein, is copyright protected. Any changes to the contents or the publication of extracts of this document is prohibited.Phoenix Contact reserves the right to register its own intellectual property rights for the product identifications of Phoenix Contact products that are used here. Registration of such intellectual property rights by third parties is prohibited.Other product identifications may be afforded legal protection, even where they may not be indicated as such.

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    Table of Contents1 Before You Begin..................................................................................................................... 1-3

    1.1 About This Manual..............................................................................................1-31.2 Manual Conventions...........................................................................................1-41.3 Starting Think & Do.............................................................................................1-51.4 Using Help..........................................................................................................1-51.5 System Concepts ...............................................................................................1-61.6 Phoenix Contact Technical Service ..................................................................1-11

    2 Creating a Project .................................................................................................................... 2-32.1 Starting a New Project ........................................................................................2-32.2 Selecting a Runtime Target Type .......................................................................2-82.3 Specifying Inputs, Outputs, and Data Items......................................................2-102.4 Creating Control Programs ...............................................................................2-102.5 Creating an Operator Screen............................................................................2-12

    3 Drivers, Devices, and Tags...................................................................................................... 3-33.1 Specifying Inputs, Outputs, and Data Items........................................................3-33.2 Configuring I/O ...................................................................................................3-53.3 Adding an I/O Driver ...........................................................................................3-73.4 Connecting to I/O Devices..................................................................................3-83.5 Mapping I/O Points to Data Items .....................................................................3-113.6 Scanning and Monitoring I/O ............................................................................3-133.7 Saving the I/O Configuration.............................................................................3-143.8 Tips on Toolbar Functions ................................................................................3-143.9 Watchdog Timeout Default I/O States ..............................................................3-16

    4 General Programming Techniques .......................................................................................... 4-34.1 Flow Charts and Subcharts ................................................................................4-44.2 Exploring Flow Charts and Subcharts.................................................................4-54.3 Creating a Flow Chart .........................................................................................4-64.4 Changing Flow Chart Settings ............................................................................4-74.5 FlowView Orientation..........................................................................................4-94.6 Displaying Multiple Flow Charts........................................................................4-124.7 Editing Flow Charts ..........................................................................................4-134.8 Flow Chart Block Introduction...........................................................................4-134.9 Connecting Flow Chart Blocks .........................................................................4-16

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    4.10 Editing Flow Chart Block Expressions ..............................................................4-174.11 Entering Block Description ...............................................................................4-184.12 Operator Screens .............................................................................................4-194.13 Scripting Languages in ScreenView .................................................................4-28

    5 Flow Charts.............................................................................................................................. 5-35.1 Flow Chart Types and Categories ......................................................................5-35.2 Basic Flow Chart Blocks.....................................................................................5-35.3 Using Subcharts ...............................................................................................5-27

    6 Operator Screen Techniques................................................................................................... 6-36.1 Target Hardware Considerations........................................................................6-36.2 Exploring Screens ..............................................................................................6-36.3 ScreenView Development Environment .............................................................6-56.4 Setting Screen Attributes................................................................................6-1126.5 Screen Groups ...............................................................................................6-1146.6 Additional Worksheets....................................................................................6-1156.7 Using Scripts ............................................................................