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ProTool -- Configuring and programming communication -- Configuring communication to S7
Settings in "Status/Force" when using a WinAC MP
Communicating with an S7-200 PLC via PPI using a CP5611 Card with Protool/Pro version 5.10
PPI connection of ProTool/Pro and S7-200
Connecting a ProTool Runtime Panel / PC to an S7 200 via PROFIBUS DP
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Connection settings for a communication between ProTool/Pro and WinAC
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Connecting a ProTool/Pro Runtime (PC) via Ethernet to an S7-300 or S7-400 station from SIMATIC NET CD 07/2001
ProTool/ProRT and S7-200 with PC/PPI-Cable
Ethernet communication between a ProTool/Pro Runtime (PC) and a CP243-1 (S7-200)
Coupling between ProTool/Pro and WinAC
Coupling between Operator Panel and WinAC Basis/WinAC RTX V4.0
Connection between SIMATIC NET OPC server, ProTool/Pro RT and SIMATIC S7
Connecting an OP as DP slave - configuration of DP direct control buttons
Settings in "Status/Force" when using a WinAC MP
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QUESTION:
What should you watch out for when incorporating the Status/Force in ProTool V6.0 when using a WinAC MP as controller?

ANSWER:  
Once you have inserted the "Status/Force" OCX into a ProTool picture, you are led automatically to the Properties dialog of the object. For a connection with the WinAC MP, in the "General" tab you must set "SIMATIC S7 - 300/400" and not "SIMATIC S7 - WinAC") for the PLC.

Fig. 1: Status/Force setting when using a WinAC MP

 Entry ID:14369431   Date:2003-02-03 
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