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Product Brief January 2004

Field PG and Power PG

Common features

For over 20 years, "Unpack, plug-in


and go" has been a well-proven concept for SIMATIC programming
devices on the market for automation technology. The success of the
SIMATIC PGs lies on the one hand
that the devices with integrated
interfaces and programming software are fully equipped for programming the SIMATIC components. On the other hand, the
SIMATIC PGs with a Windows operating system and their high-performance PC hardware provide a platform for various applications beyond
the boundaries of SIMATIC.
Ongoing innovation of the programming devices in the direction of
modern PC technology always safeguards continuity, i.e. older SIMATIC
target systems will still be supported. The latest generation of SIMATIC
programming devices comprises the
Field PG in Notebook form and the
Power PG as a programming workstation.
Common features
Industrial compatibility
The two new SIMATIC programming
devices are designed for harsh everyday industrial use. The shock resistant and torsionally rigid die-cast
magnesium housing makes a significant contribution to this.
Large-area shock absorbers provide
combined corner and edge protection and prevent, at the same time,
thanks to their damping characteristics the potentially damaging effects
of vibrations and shocks on the electronic components. A fold-away, ergonomically shaped handle ensures
easy and secure transport.

The sum total of all these constructional measures increases the availability of the device, resulting in a
cost saving (reduction in the total
cost of ownership).
Integrated interfaces
Interfaces required for programming the SIMATIC controllers over
TTY, MPI, PROFIBUS or Industrial Ethernet have been integrated. The Ethernet interface can also be used to
connect to corporate networks
(LANs).
The interfaces for the memory cards
of SIMATIC S7 and S5 as well as for
the new micro memory cards are
also integrated. S5 EPROM modules
can be programmed using an adapter for the memory card interface.
Two PC card interfaces and two USB
interfaces are available for connecting modern peripheral devices such
as modems, scanners and cameras
but also for a printer, keyboard or
mouse or an external monitor. To
protect against damage and fouling,
all interfaces can be protected with
slides or flaps.

Ergonomic keyboard of the Power PG


with a touchpad and support for the ball
of the thumb

Archiving of large
quantities of data
With the configurator option
"SIMATIC PC/PG Image & Partition
Creator" and the combination drive
(DVD-ROM/CD-RW) or the DVD burner (DVD-R/-RW), fast, easy and convenient data archiving even of the
complete hard disk is possible.
Erasable CDs or DVDs can also be
used.

Ergonomics
Comfortable and amenable to working over long periods without causing tiredness is assisted by:
The ergonomic keyboard with
rugged pushbutton mechanisms
and laser inscription that cannot
be rubbed off
The touchpad insensitive to dirt
with a high degree of positioning
accuracy as well as
Supports at the side for the ball of
the thumb.

3 Field PG, rear view: All integrated interfaces are protected against fouling
and damage by rugged covers.

Field PG the mobile PG in Notebook form

256 MB RAM,
expandable to 1 GB

40 GB hard disk,
optional 80 GB

SXGA+ display with 1400 x


1050 pixel resolution (option)

Battery-powered Field PG

The new mobile, industry-compatible SIMATIC Field PG in Notebook


form is designed for use principally
during commissioning, service and
maintenance of automation systems.
In addition, it can of course be used
for setting parameters and programming. Thanks to its compact dimensions and low weight of less than 4
kg, it is ideally suited to use in confined spaces at the machine, in aircraft or on-board trains.
Despite its compactness, the Field
PG is ergonomic with its 14.1" TFT
display with a resolution of 1024 x
768 pixels. For a supplementary
price, a high-resolution display variant with 1400 x 1050 pixels
(SXGA+) can also be ordered.

A high-performance Li ion battery


supports operation for several hours
without connection to the supply
system which provides a high degree of mobility.
The rechargeable battery and the
main memory can be easily reached
behind separate covers in the floor
of the housing and can be easily
replaced or upgraded.
A so-called interface box is also
available that operates as an interface multiplier and that can be connected to the Field PG equipped with
a Pentium 4.
It enables automation components
to be connected over three interfaces:
S5 online (TTY)
Serial (V.24)
Parallel (LPT)

Field PG, view from below: The battery


and main memory are directly accessed
through covers in the base of the housing.

The interface box is necessary for


programming SIMATIC S5 and nonSiemens systems but not for
SIMATIC S7.
Interface box of the Field PG as
interface multiplier

Power PG the flexible programming workstation

Mobile Intel Pentium 4


with 2.2 GHz

256 MB RAM,
expandable to 1.5 GB

Unified Memory Architecture


with 32 MB graphics memory

80 GB hard disk

2 x USB 2.0

Integrated COM interface

Power PG with swivel display and detachable keyboard

The SIMATIC Power PG is a flexible


programming workstation with Pentium 4 technology as well as highspeed DDR-RAM modules.
In addition to the PC card slots, in
the Power PG, the PCI slots can also
be used for two PCI modules for flexible expansion possibilities.
The Power PG is used principally for
parameter setting and programming as well as for simulation and
testing. An integrated wide-rangeinput power supply supports worldwide use.

The power supply for the keyboard


can be provided by a normal or rechargeable battery, but if necessary
it can be maintained from the Power
PG over a special cable.

The full PC keyboard with numeric


pad does not have a cable and can
therefore be placed anywhere on
the desk and positioned at an angle
of up to 15 using fold-out feet.

The Power PG impresses users, in


particular, with its high-performance 15" display that can be rotated by 45 with a resolution of up to
1024 x 768 pixels which offers maximum 2D/3D graphics performance.
For an additional price, a display
variant with 1400 x 1050 pixels
(SXGA+) can be supplied.

The Power PG can be upgraded


quickly and easily in the future.
After removing the rear panel, expansion modules can be inserted
and the processor, RAM and hard
disk can be easily replaced.

Technical specifications

Field PG

Power PG

Design

Notebook

Mobile computer

Housing

Die-cast magnesium

Processor

Mobile Intel Pentium 4 2.0 GHz incl.


512 KB second level cache

Main memory

256 MB, expandable up to 1 GB max.

Display

14.1" TFT, 1024 x 768 pixel resolution,


optional SXGA+ with 1400 x 1050 pixels

Graphics card

Unified Memory Architecture, up to 32 MB graphics memory; ext. monitor max. 1600 x 1200, 75 Hz

PC slots

Loudspeaker

built-in stereo speakers

Keyboard

Notebook keyboard without numeric pad

Pointing device

Touchpad

Operating system

Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows NT V4.0

Power supply

Ext. wide-range-input supply and Li ion battery

Anti-theft device

Connection on Field PG and Power PG for Kensington lock

Guarantee

24 months (except rechargeable battery: 6 months)1)

Degree of protection

IP30 when closed

General features

Drives

N
N

Mobile Intel Pentium 4 2.2 GHz,


incl. 512 KB second level cache
256 MB, expandable up to 1.5 GB max.
15" TFT, 1024 x 768 pixel resolution,
optional SXGA+ with 1400 x 1050 pixels

N
N

2 x PCI (1 x long, 1 x short)


Cable-free, standard keyboard with numeric pad

Internal wide-range-input supply

Hard disk

40 GB, optional 80 GB; 2.5"

DVD-ROM/CD-ROM

8/24-times

80 GB; 3.5"

DVD-ROM/CD-RW (optional)

24/10/24-times, for using erasable CDs or for "burning" CDs

DVD-R/-RW (optional)

2/1/8-times (DVD), 16/10/24-times (CD-ROM), for erasable DVDs or for "burning" DVDs

Diskette

1.44 MB, 3.5"

N
N

SIMATIC interfaces
PROFIBUS DP / MPI

12 Mbit/s, compatible with CP 5611

COM 1

1 x 25-pin Sub-D female connector; TTY


Through I-Box

Programming interface

Integrated

For memory cards, micro memory cards and through adapter to S5 EPROM modules

PC interfaces
Ethernet

10/100 Mbit/s (Fast Ethernet), compatible with CP 1411

USB

2 x USB 2.0 1 x high power, 1 x low power

PC card (PCMCIA)

1 x Type III or 2 x Type II

VGA

1x

COM 2

1 x 9-pin Sub-D male connector; V.24


Through I-Box

LPT 1

1 x 25-pin Sub-D female connector; EPP/ECP

Headphones/microphone

Through I-Box
1 x (stereo)/1 x (stereo)

Integrated2)
Integrated2)

1) The accumulator typically supports approx. 300 recharging operations with a technology-inherent capacity loss during the service life.
2) On slot plate, uses one PCI slot

Technical specifications

Field PG

Power PG

Climatic ambient conditions


Temperature during operation
Temperature during storage/transport
Gradient

+ 5 to + 40 C (acc. to DIN EN 68-2-2: 1994, DIN IEC 68-2-1, DIN IEC 68-2-14)
- 20 to + 60 C
max. 10 C/h (no dewing)

Relative humidity during operation


During storage/transport

5% to 80% at 25 C (no dewing) (acc. to DIN EN 68-2-3, DIN IEC 68-2-30, DIN IEC 68-2-56)
5% to 95% at 25 C (no dewing)
10 to 58 Hz: 0,01875 mm, 58 to 500 Hz: 4,9 m/s2 (tested acc. to DIN IEC 68-2-6)
5 to 9 Hz: 3,5 mm, 9 to 500 Hz: 9,8 m/s2 (tested acc. to DIN IEC 68-2-6)

Shock resistance during operation


Shock resist. during storage/transport

50 m/s2, 30 ms, 100 shocks (tested acc. to DIN IEC 68-2-29)


250 m/s2, 6 ms, 1000 shocks (tested acc. to DIN IEC 68-2-29)

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)


Emitted interference
Interference immunity:
Line faults on the supply cables
Interference immunity on the signal
leads
Interference immunity to electrostatic discharges
Interference immunity to highfrequency interference
HF radiation/magnetic field

Class B (requirements for office areas) (acc. to EN 55022)


2 kV (to IEC 1000-4-4; 1995; burst)
1 kV (to IEC 1000-4-5; 1995; symm. surge)
2 kV (to IEC 1000-4-5; 1995; asymm. surge)
1 kV (to IEC 1000-4-4; 1995; burst; length < 3 m; symm. surge; length > 3 m)
2 kV (to IEC 1000-4-4; 1995; burst; length > 3 m; asymm. surge; length > 3 m)
4 kV contact discharge (to IEC 1000-4-2: 1995)
8 kV air discharge (to IEC 1000-4-2: 1995)
10 V/m; 80 to 1000 MHz; 80% AM (to ENV 50140: 1993)
10 V/m; 900 MHz; 50% ED (to ENV 50204: 1995)
10 V; 9 kHz to 80 MHz/30 A/m; 50 Hz

Other equipment
Preinstalled software in accordance
with the selected package

STEP 7 Professional, STEP 7, STEP 5, STEP 7 Micro/WIN

Included in scope of supply

Back-up CD-ROM with STEP 5, STEP 7, STEP 7 Micro/Win programming software;


Electronic manuals, MPI cable (5 m) for SIMATIC S7, rucksack carrier;
Windows 2000, XP or Windows NT Recovery CD-ROM; country-specific mains cable
(selectable in configurator); cable for power supply to keyboard (Power PG only),
External power section and interface box (Field PG only)

In accordance with the selected


package

PG/PLC cable (5 m) for SIMATIC S5, adapter for S5 EPROM programming

Accessories
Spare rechargeable battery

6ES7 9980AA0.....

Dimensions in mm (W x H x D)
Weight in kg

328 x 294 x 52
Approx. 3.9

392 x 325 x 135


Approx. 7

MLFB group

6ES7 711-.....-....

6ES7 751-.....-....

Dimensions and weights

For further details about the


SIMATIC programming devices,
visit the Internet at:
www.siemens.com/simatic-pg

For a personal discussion, you can


locate your nearest SIMATIC contact at:
www.siemens.com/automation/partner

Siemens AG

www.siemens.com/simatic-pg

Automation and Drives


Postfach 4848, D-90327 Nrnberg
Federal Republic of Germany

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The information provided in this brochure contains descriptions or characteristics of performance which in case of actual use do not
always apply as described or which may change
as a result of further development of the prod-

Vibration during operation


Vibration during transport

ucts. An obligation to provide the respective


characteristics shall only exist if expressly
agreed in the terms of contract. Availability and
technical specifications are subject to change
without notice.

Mechanical ambient conditions