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On the other hand, the current availability of a free download of the SIMATIC Step 7 Lite software makes it awfully tempting to take a look at it. If your only use of Siemens PLCs are an S7-300, C7 or ET200 in a stand alone application with no special needs (CP or FM) then I could highly recommend the Lite package. It has the same level of programming functionality as the regular Step 7 packages plus some nifty interface enhancements to make it easier on the eyes and on the brain. It is possible (though not easy) to convert any software created in the STEP 7 Lite to STEP 7 and visa versa keeping in mind the limitations of the Lite version. Since the packages bear a lot of similarities it will also be easy for the student to transfer any learning on the Lite package over to STEP 7.
Partial downloads are used in existing projects where only one or more blocks will be downloaded. To perform this type of download select the block(s) you wish to download and then select the PLC > Download menu item or the download button .
Holding down the Ctrl key or the Shift key allows more then one block to be selected at a time. Be careful though as the order of download will occur in the order that the blocks were selected. This may mean that an error will occur if a block is called before it is downloaded.
The CPU will need to be in Stop mode before downloading the System Data Block (SDB) as this is equivalent to a hardware configuration download. This is usually not necessary in a PLC that has all ready had its hardware configured. If you do download the system data, the following messages will prompt you through the transitions.
To download all the blocks at once make sure you are in the Block folder and select the Edit > Select All menu item. Click on the Download icon . You will be prompted to overwrite any existing blocks and if you want to load the system data (see above).
The partial and full download methods above will overwrite existing blocks but will not any blocks from memory. In order to completely delete the existing program in the CPU and download a new project select the Blocks folder and then use the PLC > Download User Program to Memory Card menu item.
The proper way to view a block online is to open the block and select the Establish Connection to Configured CPU icon . Just make sure what you are viewing has been downloaded to the PLC.
When you visit any of the project related pages such as Time Entry, Expense Entry, the Communicator Webpart, Project Analyst, and Executive Project Analyst in business portal, you receive a long red error message that resembles one of the following:
WARNING: Depending on how far the debug was able to reach, the results may contain a password in clear text. Feel free to edit the file in notepad and replace the actual password with the word "thePassword" before submitting the file to support.
There are two ways to update the software on your SkyView system, depending on your existing software version and where you are in the world. Method 1 packages all of the most commonly downloaded files into packages that are available for US and Western Europe systems. Method 2 requires that you download and load multiple files to your SkyView system individually.
The downloads on this page are complete system software upgrades for SkyView. If you are looking for routine monthly airport/aviation/obstacles data, go to the Database Download Page instead.
New: Support for Slingshot.Users can now connect to FlyQ and download the following:PlatesAirport Diagrams VFR Sectional ChartsIFR Low Alt ChartsIFR High Alt ChartsExisting charts/plates/etc... can also be updated.
New: All terrain databases improved. Not technically dependent on 11.0 (will work on all SkyView systems), but released concurrently. All customers should download updated very low, low and high resolution terrain databases.
New: User data logging. One user-configurable data log can record virtually all aspects of SkyView's state at rates between 0.1Hz and 16Hz. A second non-configurable "recent flight" data log records the last 15 minutes of flight data at 16hz. Both are CSV (comma separated value) files that are exported to USB.Exported files are compatible with the free SavvyAnalysis.com engine analysis toolsImproved: Stadium TFRs, which do not have FAA-reported active times, are now a separately declutterable item under MAP MENU > MAP ITEMS. These airspaces are graphically depicted in orange on the map page.
Improved: Support for CTR and CTA airspaces which were previously displayed by class., and Display of TIZ and TIA airspaces have been added. These require downloading a New database from either Jeppesen or PocketFMS
Added/Improved: Navigation Mapping Software greatly improved. First version that requires a license to use (through additional purchase) Trial version with 30 flight hour free trial SkyView systems.
Added: A basic moving map displaying aviation data within the United States. This data is overlaid on the look down terrain, and shows airspaces, airports, airport identifiers, and VOR's in relation to the current location of the aircraft. To display this data, you must have an active GPS signal and the USA aviation database installed. There is not currently any user interface to this data, such as a cursor or any menus, and there is no flight planning interface. These functions are planned for a future release of software. Data is limited to the United States for now and is provided by Dynon avionics free of charge via our website. The USA data is sourced from FAA's published data. Dynon is working with other data providers to obtain data for regions outside of the United States, and will support this as soon as is possible. There likely will be a fee for non-US data.
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