How to connect an external display PCD7.D23x to a PCS1

FAQ #101143

Note that connecting an external terminal is possible even if the PCS1 has already an internal terminal

 

Possibilities
It is possible to use the ports 0, 1 , 2 and 3.
The internal terminal is using the port 2. So in case if there is an internal terminal the port 2 is not available.

Port 2
For the connection to port 2 we recommend using the cable PCD7.K423 (with Handshake). The wiring is:

PCD7.D23x   PCS1 X3 
 Signal Pin   SignalPin 
 TXD 2---------------------------   RXD 8
 RXD 3---------------------------   TXD 10
 RTS 8---------------------------   CTS 7
 CTS 7---------------------------   RTS 0
 GND 5---------------------------  GND 6













Channel in the HMI Editor is Channel 2, Handshake RTS/CTS. Settings in the Terminal: RS232 with RTS/CTS

PGU Port
For the connection to the PGU port we recommend using the cable PCD7.K413 (with Handshake).
Channel in the HMI Editor is Channel 0, Handshake RTS/CTS. Settings in the Terminal: RS232 with RTS/CTS
Important: Since the PGU port is shared with the modem, it is necessary to place the FBox "PGU Switch/PCS1" from Standard/Special. The FBox has to be set to RS232 only, otherwise the port switches to the modem. Note that it is not possible to have a modem at the same time, if you connect the terminal to the PGU port.

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Last update: 28.05.2015 15:06

First release: 25.02.2009 15:44

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