Create an Input and Output field

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Picture objectsET/MT-3x6, ET/MT-2x8FalconPicture objectsIn / Output fieldsCreate an Input and Output field

 

Input / Output fields are place holders for digital variables, analog variables or strings. Set values may be entered and actual values may be displayed.

 

There are two ways available to create image objects.

 

Tools toolbar:

Werkzeugleiste_Grfk

 

Click the symbol for an input / output field in the cicon2 Tools toolbar.

 

The mouse pointer changes to the selected symbol. cursor_Ein_Ausgabefeld

 

Position the object on the image.
Press and hold down the left mouse button and drag a field having the requested object size.
In the image, the field is marked with a frame and editing handles for modifying its size.

 

input_field

 

hor_arrow

modifies the width of the selected object

ver_arrow

modifies the height of the selected object

45_arrow

modifies the height and width of the selected object

 

Release the left mouse button again.
The dialogue including the field properties is displayed.

 

Dlg_InOutputFieldBaseFalcon

 

Description of properties:

 

Field

Type

actual/setpoint value

An input field can only be used as set value.

Type of display

Default

Default setting

Decimal

Input as decimal number

Hexadecimal

Input as hexadecimal number

Binary

Input in binary form

Comment

Arbitrary comment for information purposes.

Information regarding the field can be entered in the comment field. Comments are used for explanation purposes in SPSPlusWIN.

Variable

multiplex

ET/MT-3x6 and

ET/MT-2x8 - SERIES only

 

Type

Digital, analog or string

Use the pull-down menu to specify the type of the variable to be displayed.

Name

Selects or

creates a variable.

Use the pull-down menu to select an existing variable or to create a new one.

Btn_Dialogoeffnen

Opens the dialogue including the properties of the variable.

 

Process connection

Information on the programmed process connection

The displayed process connection provides information on the address used by the analog variable.

 

 

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