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How to Use the Manual, Contents

Introduction 1

User Program 2

Program Execution 3

Operating Statuses and ProgramExecution Levels 4

Interrupt and Error Diagnosis 5

Integrated Special Functions 6

Extended Data Block DX 0 7

Memory Assignment and Memory Organization 8

Memory Access UsingAbsolute Addresses 9

PG Interfaces and Functions 10

Appendix 11

Further Reading 12

List of AbbreviationsList of Keywords 13The Pocket Guide CPU 948ROrder No. 6ES5 997-3UR21is included in this manual.

03/2000C79000-G8576-C136Edition 05

S5-155HProgrammable Controller(CPU 948R)

Programming GuideVolume 2/2

This manual is part of the documentation package with the order number:6ES5 998-4SR11

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How to Use this Manual

Scope

This programming guide describes the following models of the CPU 948R and its system software:

Models of the CPU 948R

CPU 948R-1 with 640 Kbytes of user memory,Order no. 6ES5 948-3UR11, version 01 and higher

CPU 948R-2 with 1 664 Kbytes of user memory,Order no. 6ES5 948-3UR21, version 01 and higher

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Overview of the Chapters

Chapter 1 This explains the typical mode of operation of the CPU and illustrateshow a CPU program is structured. The chapter also contains suggestions about how to tackleprogramming and which characteristics of the CPU 948R areimportant for programming. If you have already worked with the CPU 946R/947R and want toknow the differences between these CPUs and the CPU 948R you willfind this information in this chapter.

Chapter 2 This explains the components of a STEP 5 user program and how theprogram can be structured.

Chapter 3 This is intended for readers who do not yet have much experience ofusing the STEP 5 programming language. It therefore deals with thebasics of STEP 5 programming and explains the STEP 5 operations indetail (with examples).

Experienced readers who may find that the information about specificoperations in the pocket guide is inadequate, can use Section 3.5 as areference section.

Chapter 4 This provides an overview of the modes and program execution levelsof the CPU 948R. It provides you with detailed information aboutvarious start-up modes and the associated organization blocks inwhich you can program your routines for differrent start-up situations.

The chapter also explains the differences between the programexecution levels "cyclic processing", "time-controlled processing" and"interrupt-driven processing" and which blocks are available for youruser program.

Chapter 5 This informs you about errors to be avoided when planning andwriting your STEP 5 programs. The chapter tells you about the help you can obtain from the systemprogram for diagnosing errors and which reactions can be expectedand informs you about the blocks in which you can program reactionsto certain errors.The chapter also explains the CPU 948R self-test.

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Chapter 6 This covers the special functions integrated in the system program. Ittells you how to use the special functions and how to call and assignparameters to the special function OBs. The chapter also explains howto recognize and deal with errors in the processing of a specialfunction.

Chapter 7 This describes the use of data block DX 0 and its structure. The chapterinforms you of the significance of the various DX 0 parameters. Based onexamples, you will learn how to create data block DX 0 or how to assignthe parameters in a screen form.

Chapter 8 This is a reference section for experienced system users. It providesinformation about the memory organization of the CPU 948R andcertain system data words which contain information that can becalled up by the user.

Chapter 9 This is also for experienced system users. The chapter explains how toaddress data in certain memory areas using absolute addresses.

Chapter 10 This explains how to connect your CPU to a PG and the functionsprovided by the PG software for testing your STEP 5 program

Chapter 11 This contains the Appendix with technical data (typical executiontimes for operations, system times, memory capacity) of theCPU 946R/947R and the CPU 948R.

Chapter 12 This lists documentation for further reading

Chapter 13 This is intended to help you find topics quickly and contains a list ofabbreviations and a list of keywords as well as lists of all thenumbered tables and figures.

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Conventions Used in the Text

To provide you with an overview of the contents of the pages, themanual uses the following conventions in addition to a 2nd and 3rdorder of titles:

Entries in the margin Entries in the margin are keywords printed in italics on the left-handedge of a page. They provide information about the contents of one ormore paragraphs on the page.

Fourth order entries Fourth order entries are not numbered but appear in the margin in boldface and identify a longer section of text.

The following conventions are also used.

NotesNoteImportant information is indicated in this format.

Instructions Instructions (often a sequence of operations to be performed) arerepresented in tables, e.g.

Step Action Result

1 Switch the mode selectorfrom RUN to STOP.

The CPU is in the stopmode. The STOP LED is litcontinuously.

2 Hold the reset switch in theOVERALL RESET position;at the same time, switch themode selector from STOP toRUN and back to STOP.

An OVERALL RESET isrequested. The STOP LEDflashes quickly.

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Reference tables Specific information you may require at any time is contained innumbered tables as shown in the following example and can be foundin the list of tables (refer to Chapter 13).

Operation Operand Function

A

O

I 0.0 to 127.7......

AND logic operation with scan for signal state "1"

OR logic operation with scan for signal state "1"

of an input in the PII........

Examples Examples, some of which cover several pages, are highlight

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