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  1. File Name: Remanent On-delayTimer for S7-300/400 File Submitter: baa File Submitted: 8 Oct 2005 File Category: PLC Sample Code Remanent On-delay Timer for Siemens S7 300/400 -The attached FC makes standard PLC timers remanent. -The timers are started stopped and reset via digital inputs. -The the remaining time can be monitored in the program. Click here to download this file
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    Remanent On-delay Timer for Siemens S7 300/400 -The attached FC makes standard PLC timers remanent. -The timers are started stopped and reset via digital inputs. -The the remaining time can be monitored in the program.
  3. s7 2xx series manual

    Hi, Check Siemens Homepage. Follow the link below and you will find manulas for S7-200 PLC. S7-200 Manuals Best Regards baa
  4. s7-300 high speed counter

    Hi, Use the following link to download the manual about CPU 31xC Technological Functions. S7-300 Automation System CPU 31xC Technological Functions The manual explains, step-by-step, how to implement the counting module in the CPU 313C. For your information, the CPU 314C-2DP, has a built-in Closed Loop Controller for positioning via analog or digital outputs (See the manual). Best Regards baa
  5. Use SFB

    Do as follows: 1) Open your project in the Step 7 manager. 2) Connect the PLC to your PC and view online. Here you will see all online Blocks, including avalible SFB's and SFC's. Upload the SFB's you want to use. Go back to offline view. 3) Open a Block, f.ex. FC1, in the editor. 4) Open the Overview-window. In the Overview-tree, open Libraies/Standard Libray/System Function Blocks. Here you will se a list of all avalible SFB's and SFC's. Select a SFB, Drag it into a network, add the number of the Instance DB and press ENTER. The Instance DB will be created and the SFB call is ready for programming. For help on the selected SFB, place the Cursor on the SFB-Call and press F1. I hope this will help you. Best Regards baa