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Touch Panel / Operator Panel -- Setting up and parameterizing hardware -- Setting up connections
Which ports are used by WinCC Advanced, WinCC Runtime Advanced, WinCC Runtime Professional, Basic Panels, Comfort Panels, Panels and IPC?
How can you transfer a WinCC (TIA Portal) configuration to an operator panel using Ethernet?
Why can you not access an enabled folder in Windows XP SP3 on a panel?
What should you watch out for when connecting a SIMATIC HMI device configured with WinCC flexible ES to a SIMATIC ET 200 CPU?
How do you integrate an HMI operator panel into a local network?
Why are not all the tabs visible under "Internet Settings" of the SIMATIC operator panels (only Windows CE devices)?
How can you visualize the current status of the CPU on a WinCC flexible operator panel?
Which hardware can be connected to the USB port of HMI operating devices?
How do you transfer data from a server to a Windows-based panel via the FTP protocol?
Updating tags when a controller fails
How can you have any number of automation systems addressed one after the other by the "Change Connection" function with WinCC flexible PC Runtime or a Panel?
How do you use WinCC flexible to transfer a project to an operator panel via S7 routing?
How do you read the current MPI / PROFIBUS address on a Windows CE panel?
How do you connect a panel to a SIMATIC H station?
Which GSDML files are there for the operator panels for Profinet IO?
Which GSD files are there for the Profibus DP operator panels?
How can you access a Microsoft Windows 2003 server with a panel / PC?
What connecting cables are there for connections between the operator panels and the different controllers?
How is the connection between a Windows-based panel and a SIMATIC S5 set up?
Connection of an OP3 on the MPI interface
OP3 - Transfer mode
Why is no connection set up from the operator panel to the controller via interface IF1 A (IF1 B) (IF2)?
Connection of an OP3 on the MPI interface
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OP3 has a plug connector (male) on the MPI interface. How do you get to an MPI network using it?

The OP3 gets its power supply from the PLC. The cable is thus active. According to the DIN/VDE regulations "active" interfaces which provide current or voltage must be in the form of a socket connector (female).
This regulation must be observed.
An appropriate cable is supplied with the OP3. Should it be lost or damaged, you can order a new one.
Order number for this cable: 6ES7 705 - 0AA00 - 7BA0

 Entry ID:36506   Date:1997-01-23 
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