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Le présent manuel TXT DM XTEL V6F est associé au manuel TXT DM TLS V6F qui décrit l'ensemble des outils de base de l'atelier logiciel X-TEL ( pages). XTEL-DOC is an optional X-TEL Software Workshop program. It is used to manage the application documentation file, in single and multiple station applications. Download: Outils atelier logiciel X-TEL, MINI X-TEL - XTEL.

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Save as The commands associated with these actions are accessed: The additional signals handled by the SCA3 adapter are as follows: The original key modules have become empty key modules. Any change in the functions used requires running the automatic configuration generation routine again.

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Analog input module programming: PMX process control programming: Man-machine interface programming. Any change in the functions used requires running the automatic configuration generation routine again. Sequential programming of PLCs: If this phase is skipped, the tool will not be able to correctly define the various fields required by the dedicated functions.

Any change in the tools used requires remapping of the fields. PLC processor type selection, Memory mapping definition, Binary code integration and chaining when creating or modifying an application, Elaboration of the associated on-line files, Binary code version management. Extract the binary code of the various functions that make up the application from the stored application file, Integrate the binary code of a function into an application file. When this is done, only binary code from functions declared when the application file was created can be integrated, up to the limit of the available assigned memory space.

The data base can be: The symbol data base can be accessed by the following programs: Dedicated function programs: Creating and updating a symbol data base that is unique to each station, Compatibility with the entire installed base: Managing the symbol data base: Save, Restore, Compact, Coherence testing, Sorting functions, Sorting a symbol data base in alphabetical order with or without a sort mask by symbol, variable or comment.

For V5 level stations The program supports transfer and complete or partial updating programs generated by each function and the configuration generated by XTEL-CONF of the station application: For V4 level stations The program supports transfer and selective updating of the station program i.

It uses the various documents created by the PL7-X dedicated application files and the station tools. PCL files to generate a complete and coherent documentation file in A4 format. In the case of the discrete inputs and outputs of a PLC, this avoids the need to enter their addresses, symbols and comments twice. The file that provides the bridge between the software workshop and the CAD program is the.

These include:. S-VIEW can be activated directly from APPLIDIAG and makes available to the maintenance technician all the electrical diagram files on the same workstation as the software workshop and thus facilitates the location and correction of faults. To import a file it is important to know where it is located: This name can be changed by the application designer.

The user must only select the storage field: Each PL7-X function describes the detailed usage of these fields. SCY files while source files e.

The user must specify the target logical device and the required path before the transfer can be performed. Using these actions, the user can: Apart from this restriction, the file tree structures are the same. Using the Backup and Restore actions, the user can: The backup is made in a way that is transparent to the user. If so, these tools and functions will appear as declared under the X-TEL station, but cannot be used.

The user must then install them and declare them under the station concerned. The user must choose, by successive selections, the station to be transferred. The name of the project and the name of the station are those given under X-TEL. The user must introduce all the backup diskettes in succession and then repeat this process. Therefore these tools and functions cannot be activated. Invoke PL and in Configuration mode, list the: BIN required: COM, xxx. TIT and xxx.

MOD optional: COM optional: CST optional: NAME] and enter the xxx. NAME] and enter the name of the files stored on disk: This generates the following files: IOC file. Answer "Yes" when prompted, From the Define menu, select the Config.

NAME] and enter the name of the application file to retrieve: This operation automatically renames the xxx.

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TIT, xxx. DES and xxx. CO7 optional to directory: BIN file. BIN file to the V5 level station. Once the tables are created, the following message is displayed "Warning the MMI. BIN file has been changed. In PL The Presentation Manager allows the user to run a number of tasks Bor applications at the same time, each in its own window. Group-Main window This window lets the user select execution of the following tasks: File Manager: Displays the directories of the various logical drives available on the system.

It lets the user access commands that support directory and file management tasks. No lock-outs are supported by the File Manager. This leaves the user free to copy, delete, duplicate and move files and directories. Lets the user run an application in a window that fills the entire screen. Lets the user create and edit text files. The icons that are displayed across the bottom of the screen represent active applications that have been minimized.

DOS Compatibility Box: Represents a full screen DOS session. Print Manager: Lets the user know the status of print tasks. Printing is performed in background so that the system can continue to run other applications in the foreground.

An application in the Presentation Manager PM environment is displayed in a window comprising the followingBelements 2. When the window is in the foreground and the mouse and the keyboard have access to it, the border changes color. The window Move, Size, Open and Close actions are supported at this level.

The Help actions are also supported at this level. When the mouse is used, the cursor is shown as an arrow. A two button mouse is used. There are four possible uses for the mouse: Position the mouse on the object to be selected or run, Click: Press and release one of the mouse buttons, after pointing at an object, Double-click: Press and release mouse button 1 twice quickly, after pointing at the required object, Drag: Press the mouse button and hold it down while moving the mouse on-screen.

Release the mouse when the required action is complete.

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An object can be dragged after it has been selected by pointing. Keyboard shortcuts are a direct command for an action that is accessed directly from the keyboard. If such a shortcut exists, it is shown after the command in the pull-down menus. Menu key letters are shown in the action bar and in the menus as an underlined letter.

When the corresponding menu is displayed on-screen, the action can be accessed directly by pressing the appropriate key. It is composed of: A list, which indicates the functions and tools available for the current station. All the tools and functions installed in the terminal are directly available and displayed in this list without prior declaration.

The user can choose to inhibit a tool or function, in this case the tool or function will still be displayed in the list with the caption [deleted] shown next to it. The list can be displayed in two formats, "text" or "graphic". A scroll bar, which allows the user to display all the tools and functions when the list is too long to be displayed in a single window. System menu, Minimize, Maximize, etc. The action bar proposes several menus. Each menu displays a list of actions.

The commands that can be accessed from the action bar apply to the entire window. Actions available in action bar menus All the actions are displayed in the form of a list.

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When an action is dimmed, it cannot be accessed. The presence of a horizontal arrow lets the user access another level of choices. New Keyboard shortcuts and mnemonic keys are also displayed: Keyboard shortcut Example: The syntax of the window titles is as follows:. The menus accessed through the action bars are specific and specially designed for the features of each tool.

Window titles: They do support the mouse. The system menu is more detailed than those of other windows. Actions available there are described separately. The system menu and its actions can always be accessed by positioning the cursor on the icon. The primary window The icon obtained has the same name as the window. The window of a function being executed Example: PL window: The icon obtained has the same name as the window.

The icon corresponds to a state of the application, that can be executed and recalled on request, but does not occupy the screen. The window of a tool that is open.

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Like a window, a dialog box comprises a: Title that is context dependent, System menu. A dialog box usually comprises three fields: A list of possible choices.

This list is context dependent, The data entry field for the user to enter the required information, Buttons for validating or cancelling the entries made.

All dialog boxes have up to three buttons: Validates the selections or entries made in the dialog box, Cancel: Cancels the dialog box and does not make any changes, Help: Calls-up the on-line help screens. A two-button mouse is used. The main actions supported are: Position the cursor on the object to select or activate. Press button 1 on the mouse and release it after first pointing to the object. To reduce a window to the size of an icon, Point to the minimize icon, then click on the mouse.

Double Click: Press and release mouse button 1 twice quickly after pointing to the selected object. To restore a window to full size from an icon, Point to the icon and double click on the mouse. Press and hold down the mouse button while moving the mouse. Release the button when the correct size is obtained or the correct position reached.

Select an action from the menu. Point to the action, Click or Drag to the required action and Click on it. The Mouse has two buttons. B Using the system: Function keys, Cursor keys, Specific numeric key functions, Key combinations accessed by pressing a key while holding down the Alt, Ctrl Control or Shift keys for example.

Keyboard Shortcuts can be accessed directly from the active window and are shown in the pull-down menus. Menu or Action mnemonic letters are usually displayed underlined. It is often the first letter of the action name. There are often a number of different ways of selecting an action: Keyboard shortcut, Action or Menu mnemonic letter, Sequential access to the various steps.

To select a menu action. Complete action selection sequence: ENTER validates the selection made. Action or Menu mnemonic letter: F10 Selects the action bar, Press the appropriate underlined character for the selected menu, Press the appropriate underlined character for the selected action.

Keyboard Shortcuts, where applicable: Press the appropriate key sequence directly. The main key sequences to remember are listed at the end of Section 3 of Divider B of this manual.

The commands associated with these actions are accessed: Either by using the menu, B Or directly with the mouse or the keyboard. Calling the system menu Click in the system field with the left button in the top left corner of the window. Primary window system menu To restore the window to its original size To move the window in the screen To modify the size of the window To reduce the window to an icon To enlarge the window to full screen To close the window To access the list of active tasks.

Restore to restore the window to its original size Iconed window: Enlarged window: Point to the icon and double-click on it. Point to the maximize icon double arrows in top right corner and Click. Size resizes the window Point to the active window border, the cursor changes into a double headed arrow, Drag to the required size. Select the window: Minimize reduces the window to an icon Point to the minimize icon, down arrow in top right corner Click.

Maximize enlarge to a full-screen window Point to the maximize icon, up arrow in top right corner Click. Return to the list of active tasks Point to the system field of the window, Click on Switch to Within a primary window, X-TEL allows action on secondary windows.

These commands can be accessed from the action bar or directly by keyboard shortcut. Activate the action bar of a primary window Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the required menu. Initializes the work space to allow the creation of a new application for a PLC of a given type. A sub-menu of New proposes the different types of station that are possible.

Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the File menu, Point to New and Drag to obtain the sub-menu containing the type of station required. Activate the action bar: Permits the loading of the work space with a version of the application that is stored in the storage space.

Permits the storage of the current application contained in the work space without changing its name, the previous version contained in the work space will be overwritten.

F10 Keyboard shortcut: Permits the storage in the storage space of the current application in the work space with the possibility of: Giving it a name if no previous version exists, Changing the name if a previous version exists. Deletes the version of the application that has been stored. Allows the user to change the name of the project and the station.

Allows the current application to be backed-up to a selected diskette. Displays an information message about the program, its version level and the Telemecanique copyright.

Point and. This menu gives access to two commands that allow the user to define the display format in the primary window of the tools and functions installed. Displays the tools and function in text form, Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the Display menu, Point and Click on Text. Displays the tools and functions in graphic form Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the Display menu, Point and Click on Text.

B This menu allows the user access to two commands for adding a tool to the work space or deleting a tool from the work space. The tool or function to add is the one selected from the primary window. The tool or function to delete is the one selected from the primary window. Permits entry of the address of the on-line PLC to be accessed.

Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the Comm. Permits selection of the communication driver: Once the driver is installed it is displayed as 2.

Permits activation of the Key Manager. Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the KeyMngr. F10 Cursor keys then Enter, or Mnemonic key: Help Menu: It is described in Divider B, Section 4 of this manual. Point to the action bar of the window, Click on the Help menu. Point to the tool or function to be activated, Double Click on the tool or function. The user must first identify the active field. In general, a field is active when it has a dashed border for the fields for entering text, or when the cursor is located on it.

Dialog Box: Store the station in an archive, Default active field: List of existing archives. A button is selected when its outline is highlighted in bold and its content is outlined with a dashed line. The three buttons OK, Cancel and Help can also be accessed by using the keyboard shortcuts underlined letter. Toggles between data entry modes. Toggles between overwrite or insert data entry modes.

B Note: The Font Size action changes the size of the characters and graphics displayed in the windows. The display always defaults to the Font Size 14x8. Font Size 8x8 Selecting this action reduces the size of the help window while maintaining the same display contents displayed in a smaller character font. This lets the user display multiple windows with as much information as possible displayed in each of them. Keys related to the Commands Open Save Save as It comprises as much text as possible in a reduced size window.

When the on-line help is called-up, the user can use the keyboard or the mouse to: Select menus, Move within the text, Move from one topic to another. The help screen that is displayed is that of the current context.

The user has a number of options for accessing additional information: Categories menu in the action bar, References menu in the action bar, Reverse video highlighted key words that call-up a specific help screen click on the right mouse button to return to the original screen. There are two types of help screens: General interest help screens that describe Software Workshop functions, Specific help screens that describe a window or a function.

The specific help screens are divided into two parts: A general description of the screen and its function, The possible actions. Searches for a topic Hides the help window Displays the list of topics Shows the history of topics accessed Lets the user view the last help screen Lets the user view the next help topic Lets the user view the previous help topic Finds a character string in a topic.

Displays a list of the various headings in the help file. References Displays all of the topics in relation to the current heading.

Paste Lets the user create a file that comprises all or part of the current help topic. Once a file is created, it can be printed-out.

FTX terminal catalog. Software key modules: Key module with a right of use Serial number xxxxxxxx. The Reference Manual: FTX , models 30 and It is recommended that the microcomputer be equipped with a two button mouse pointing device such as an IBM or Microsoft mouse or a Trackball such as the one available from Logitech. The user can move between the two operating systems by restarting rebooting.

When configuring a new microcomputer, it is recommended that the operating systems be installed in the following order: B must be closed. Only the two windows below should be All other applications open: Automatic installation procedure: All the parameters are initialized by default. The work space is created on Drive D, or C if D doesn't exist. By default, the right of access is: Program Max.

Custom installation procedure: The modifiable parameters must be selected by the user. The user is prompted to check all phases of the installation procedure. The system will select the specified diskette drive.

The next screen lets the user select the language that will be used when displaying installation messages on-screen.

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Type the number corresponding to the required language. This choice affects the help screens and error message displays.

Two cases can then occur: The work station is already equipped with the X-TEL Software Workshop, in this case the screen shown on the next page is displayed, The work station is not already equipped with the X-TEL Software Workshop, in this case follow the instructions given in the screen below.

The next screen lets the user select the type of installation. Please enter your choice:. The automatic installation procedure is described in the next section. The custom installation procedure is described in sub-section 5.

Another integration system: XTEL has been detected on your machine. Tools and functions already installed will remain accessible. Using the previous integration system, back up the required projects, and destroy stations and projects in order to obtain a single project and single station structure then restart the MINI X-TEL installation procedure.

The system will remain intact. Save to diskettes under X-TEL all the projects and stations present in the work station, Delete under X-TEL all the projects and stations present in the work station except for the project and station required; so that the user file tree will be that of a single project and a single station.

Once this is done, the installation procedure continues with the second diskette. When all the files from the second diskette have been copied, the display is: Once this is done, the installation procedure continues with the third diskette. When all the files from the third diskette have been copied, the display is: Once this is done, the installation procedure continues with the fourth diskette. The screen below describes the procedure to be used.

Select the Telemecanique Group window. Select "Features Select "Options In "Options" dialog box, suppress option: Use the same procedure to return to this selection later. This operation is systematically proposed at the end of the installation procedure of any program in the X-TEL Software Workshop.

Configuration Check OK. If the configuration check is not OK, any errors found will be displayed. Errors can be caused by an incompatible file in a program conformity error , or by attempting to install to different program version level in the same configuration compatibility error. The program product where the error was found is identified in a display.

Conformity errors: Conformity check failures on: Press Enter to continue. Compatibility errors: Compatibility check failures on: Product X Product Y Please, refer to the installation chapter in the manual of the products listed above.

The optional programs of the Software Workshop can only be installed after the Software Workshop itself has been installed. Whether or not the configuration check is performed, the following 'end of installation' procedure must be performed before the newly installed program can be run. For the changes to take effect you must reboot your system. You can select where this directory is stored on your hard disk.

The screen below prompts the user to specify the disk where the user volume will be created. The current installation creates this work area if it does not already exist. Permits access to the process to adjust the values of preset variables. Permits access to all the functions of the Software Workshop. By default, the right of access proposed is 6, permitting access to all the functions of the Software Workshop. The right of access can only be defined during the installation of the Software Workshop.

The right of access is mainly used for work stations dedicated to specific uses workshop workstations, design office work stations, etc. The next screen lets the user define the required right of access.

SYS file. SYS in a file with an extension that can be specified by the user. Before any modifications are made, the Config. Please enter: The name you wish to save the existing Config. OLD Save existing Config. The installation procedure is then ready to start. It proceeds in the same way as the automatic installation procedure. Before starting, a final confirmation is requested. You have selected all of the installation parameters. You are ready to start the installation parameters.

You are ready to start the installation procedure. Once you have started the installation procedure, it cannot be stopped.

After confirmation, the installation procedure is performed as described for the automatic installation procedure refer to Divider B, Sub-section 5. The installation procedure will now begin. If you have just completed the last program installation required before starting the XTEL Software Workshop, you can run a complete check on the program configuration. If not, run the complete check once you have installed all XTEL software.

Run check later, other programs still waiting to be installed in the XTEL software workshop. The installation phase is complete. Repeat the installation procedure for each catalog required. Activate the Options button which opens the dialog box on the next page. Validate the Properties dialog box by pressing the Change button, which cancels the automatic access. The user can modify this choice of options by using the same procedure.

Activate the Desktop Manager window to see the groups available. To start execution of the Software Workshop: With the mouse: This operation is systematically offered at the end of the installation procedure of any program in the X-TEL Software Workshop.

For a full description on how to use this driver, refer to Divider C, Section 4. The selected serial port must be installed on the station.

The next screen displayed lets the user select the baudrate data transfer speed of the serial port. The decimal value of this address must be between 1 and The default value is 1. The next screen displayed lets the user select the number of consecutive addresses starting with the basic address that the driver must answer.

The decimal value of this number must be between 1 and The default value is 2. This is the address that the driver will use to receive unsolicited data. This address can be 0 if this option is not required.

Otherwise the decimal address value must be between 1 and 2. The default value is 0. The following values have been selected for the installation parameters: Your choice:.

Once installation is complete, the last screen is displayed. Remove the diskette from the diskette drive and reboot the system as prompted onscreen. Click on Uni-Telway Driver Configuration to access the main menu. Once this is displayed, the user can: Modify driver parameters, Modify Modem parameters, Quit without making any modifications.

The selections are: Enter a value from 1 to 3. The default value is 3 End. Basic parameters The basic parameters serial port, baudrate, address, etc. To modify these parameters, follow the procedure and the prompts displayed on-screen. Modem parameters In the same way as basic parameter modification, the user should follow the procedure and prompts displayed on-screen to access the required menus.

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Your choice: This screen summarizes the Modem selections made: Any of these parameters can be modified. Simply select a parameter to modify from the menu. A modification of the call number is immediately accepted by the system. All other modifications only take effect after rebooting the system.

SYS file is as follows: EXE C: INI C: As it describes methodology, this section only gives the main operations without describing the operating mode in detail.

To create an application and define the type of station ,: To load the work space with an application stored in the storage space, Save: To store the application contained in the work space to a storage space without changing its name. The previous version contained in the storage space will be overwritten, Save as To save the application contained in the work space to a storage space with the possibility of: To delete an application in the storage space, Rename To modify the name of the application name of the project and name of the station , Backup: To backup the current application from the work space to one or more diskettes, Restore: To restore an application from diskettes into the work space, Import: To import one or more files from any directory to the directory of a tool or function in the work space, Export: To export one or more files from the directory of the tool or function in the work space to any other directory.

TSX17, If necessary, name of project, name and address of station. See Divider C, Section 1 of this manual. Define the environment Type of station: TSXV5, If necessary, name of project, name and address of station. APP file. TSXV4, If necessary, name of project, name and address of station. Hardware configuration: TSXV3, If necessary, name of project, name and address of station. Physical configuration: The procedure to follow is described below. Refer to the appropriate PL7-X function documentation.

B commands from the action bar menu: Access to the various - New: Access to the tools and functions listed in the window: The optional tools and functions will only appear in the Primary Window if they have been already installed in the terminal and if they are compatible with the station of the work space. Save as Select the type of station to be created: If the user wishes to retain the current application, it must therefore be saved beforehand.

The current application in the work space will be overwritten. The selection of the archive and of the version to be loaded is done by B three display fields: Selecting a disk can be done by: Selecting a disk does not give access to the contents of the disk.

Names of existing archives field: For each archive available, the following information is displayed: Comment field: B If the current application in the work space has never been archived, this command operates in the same way as the "Save as If an archive already exists with the same name, activation of the "Save" command displays the dialog box below, which allows the user to start the operation.

Command Allows the user to save the current application that is in the work space to the storage space with the possibility of: Giving it a name if no previous version exists, Changing the name in order to create a new saved version. This operation is effected by means of a dialog box with several fields:. Disk field: Entering a new name cancels the selection of the archive selected in the list of existing archives.

Buttons field: Moving the cursor into the different fields can be done: Moving the cursor inside a field can be done by: Using the cursor keys: The selection of the version to be deleted is effected by means of a dialog box. Opens a dialog box that informs the user that the selected archive will be deleted; YES deletes the archive.

This is done by means of a dialog box with several fields:. Project name field: The old name is shown above the new name entry field. Station name field: Replaces the name of the project and the name of the station of the current application with their new names. This command allows the user to copy onto diskette s the current application contained in the work space.

The size of the application is not limited since it can be copied onto several diskettes. Activation of the command displays a dialog box with two fields: When the application to be retrieved comes from a terminal equipped with X-TEL, the user must select the project and station to be retrieved if the saved application was part of a multiproject or multistation structure. Activation of the Restore command displays a dialog box with several fields:.

Diskettes field: Selecting a drive can be done by: Selecting a disk drive does not give access to the contents of the disk. An application saved under MINI X-TEL comprises only a single project, whereas an application saved under X-TEL may comprise several projects, therefore the user must select a single project from the projects proposed.

Station field: This field is updated in the same way as the Project field. The current application contained in the work will be overwritten. B The user must select the files to be imported by specifying their location in the system file tree. The screen is divided into two fields separated by a thick horizontal line.

Display field This is the upper field of the screen, located above the horizontal line. It gives the following information: Displays the current directory as soon as the dialog box is opened.

In order to be complete, the destination address must show the level: Work field This field allows the user to define, by successive selections, a source and a destination. It is divided into two parts: Selection of the directory and of the file to be transferred, - Destination: Selection of the destination target directory. The box is updated and displays the sub-directories of the directory that was clicked on. Repeat this procedure until the name of the required directory appears.

Source file box All the files that can be accessed in the selected directory are displayed. I will try to find them for you.

July 12th, , Found this manual with google, maybe it will help. After downloading and extracting the zip file found in the 2nd link, extract the 2 files to two floppies and install from the floppy disks. Last edited by jrwb4gbm; July 12th, at You will need to download these files 1st and extract them to two floppies and install them.

You might have to run the install more than once to get an error free install. Do this before running the install on the files in the 2nd link of the post above to get all the files needed and in the proper order. It still might not work on a computer with newer than Win98 software.

There are a number of different types of TSX47 Processor. The programming interface will also require a 20ma current loop converter.

What do you need to do with the PLC? Find More Posts by Liam Moran. Based on what Liam Moran said, here is another link that may or may not help. July 14th, , The IO fault lamp is on. Previously I solve this by changing the defected IO card. I need the software to access the PLC to diagnose the problem. It will be helpful if you have an image of PL software. Thank you. I do not know if this will work based on what Liam Moran said the pl will work on TSX Thank you very much for your help and manuals.

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