Brochure: LOGO! 8 Logic Module

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And now it’s even better. In addition to the familiar,
easy operation in single mode, LOGO! Soft Comfort V8
now has a brand-new feature – brilliantly simple
operation in network mode. Automatic configuration
of communication displayed in the network view, the
ability to open as many as three programs at once, and
the use of drag & drop to easily transfer signals from
one program to another – these are just a few of the
many new, user-friendly options.
LOGO! 8 –
Small is
beautiful
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The launch of LOGO! 8 marks the next generation of
the successful Siemens logic module. This new module
meets virtually all customer demands with simplified
handling, a new display, and full communication
options via Ethernet. And it makes the web server
application exceedingly simple. A communication
module provides for remote communication via
cellular phone networks, rounding off the range of
new ways to use LOGO!
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Remote communication via the cellular wireless network
The new generation of logic modules
• And completely new – text message communication for alerts and remote control via
cell phone using the LOGO! CMR module
• Eight basic units for all voltages, with or without display
• All units come with an Ethernet interface, but are still slim like LOGO! 6 (4 WM)
and connections are, of course, compatible with previous versions
• Text messaging for active automatic alerts regarding system states
• Integrated web server in all basic units
• Position recognition and tracking via GPS, can be used for cost-effective container
tracking and position reporting via text message to a control center
• CMR can exchange data with LOGO! 8, send text messages independently, read control
commands from text messages, introduce them to LOGO! 8, and even synchronize to
local time worldwide
LOGO! 8 –
at a glance!
New text display
• Display features a new look and feel
Subject to change without prior notice
Article No.: E20001-A270-P270-V1-7600
Dispo 06313
170/65944 WS 031510.
US Order No.: SIGF-A270P-0515
Printed in USA
All rights reserved.
© 2015 Siemens Industry, Inc.
• Seven digital modules and three analog modules
• Number of digital outputs increased to 20 and analog outputs to eight
Display with a new look and feel
• A new six-line display with 16 characters per line means twice as many characters
per message, making it possible to clearly formulate texts
• New LOGO! TDE with two Ethernet interfaces
• Same mounting dimensions as before
The information provided in this brochure
contains merely general descriptions or
characteristics of performance which in
actual case of use do not always apply as
described or which may change asa result
of further development of the products.
An obligation to provide the respective
characteristics shall only exist if expressly
agreed in the terms of contract.
• Thanks to the Ethernet connection, there is no longer a 10 m limitation of the distance
to LOGO!
• Improved display with six lines and 20 characters per line means more than twice as
many characters as before are now available for messages in plaintext
• As with the LOGO! display, the new TDE offers selectable white, orange, and red
backlighting for optical highlighting, etc.
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or product names of Siemens AG or supplier
companies whose use by third parties for their
own purposes could violate the rights of the owners.
New software in a new design
• Familiar, easy operation in single mode and – brand-new – incredibly simple
configuration in network mode
• Intuitive program creation and configuration of the many features, quick and easy
interconnection by mouse-click
• Automatic configuration of communication and display in network view
• Up to three programs can be displayed side-by-side; drag and drop can be used to easily
drag signals from one program to another
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• Smooth migration of programs from previous versions
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• Display with clear operator information and fewer abbreviations for more legible
message texts and status information, easy-to-understand input options and more
sophisticated diagnostic options via the display
• Choice of white, orange, and red backlighting for many new options, such as the
highlighting of alarm statuses, for example
Ethernet for everybody and everything – new standard with LOGO! 8
• Integrated Ethernet interface for the entire LOGO! 8 product family. This makes it
possible for LOGO! modules to communicate with each other and with all SIMATIC S7
systems via Ethernet
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• The Ethernet interface eliminates the need for additional cables for programming
or for the TDE; only the standard Ethernet cable is required
LOGO! 8
Simply ingenious. Simply more.
• With the LOGO! CSM add-on module as an Ethernet 4-port switch expanding the
Ethernet interfaces, small local Ethernet networks can also be implemented in a
cost-effective manner
The logic module
Integrated web server – it couldn’t be easier
• Integrated web server in all basic units for monitoring and control with LOGO! via WLAN
and the Internet; password-protected and suitable for all conventional browsers
• Heribert Heitmeier is a trout farmer from Paderborn, Germany. He uses LOGO! 8 to control
his aerators and automatic feeders and thus save energy costs.
• The web server is easy to configure via mouse click in the software – absolutely no HTML
programming knowledge required
• Users can select the desired display options to match the LOGO! display or the TDE
display. Check a box for the web server – done! LOGO! 8 is able to be operated via
smartphone, tablet, or PC with the same look and feel as the LOGO! 8 or TDE display;
LOGO! 8 router connection required
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Ordering data
Ordering data
Designation
Article No.
Power supply
DI 1)
DQ 2)
AI 3)
Designation
Outputs
Article No.
Power supply
LOGO! 8 basic units
LOGO! 8 expansion modules
LOGO! 8 Basic with 6-line LCD display and cursor keys, Ethernet interface
Digital I/O expansion modules
LOGO! 24 CE
24 V DC
8, of which 4 can be
used as AI (0…10 V)
4
Up to 4
(0…10 V)
0.3 A
transistor
6ED1052-1CC01-0BA8
LOGO! 12/24 RCE
12…24 V DC
8, of which 4 can be
used as AI (0…10 V)
4
4 Up to
(0…10 V)
10 A relay
6ED1052-1MD00-0BA8
LOGO! 24 RCE
24 V AC/DC
8
4
–
10 A relay
6ED1052-1HB00-0BA8
LOGO! 230 RCE
115…230 V AC/DC
8
4
–
10 A relay
6ED1052-1FB00-0BA8
Ordering data
Article No.
Power supply
AI 3)
Outputs
DI 1)
DQ 2)
AI 3)
Up to 4
(0…10 V)
12…24 V DC
0.3 A
transistor
8, of which 4 can be
used as AI (0…10 V)
4
4 Up to
(0…10 V)
10 A relay
LOGO! 24 RCEo
24 V AC/DC
8
4
–
10 A relay
6ED1052-2HB00-0BA8
LOGO! 230 RCEo
115…230 V AC/DC
8
4
–
10 A relay
6ED1052-2FB00-0BA8
Upgrade to LOGO! Soft Comfort V8, on DVD
6ED1058-0CA08-0YE1
6ED1055-1CB00-0BA2
LOGO! Soft Comfort V8
Upgrade
LOGO! DM8 12/24 R
12…24 V DC
4
4
–
5 A relay
6ED1055-1MB00-0BA2
LOGO! 8 Text Display HMI
LOGO! DM8 24 R
24 V AC/DC
4
4
–
5 A relay
6ED1055-1HB00-0BA2
LOGO! TDE Text Display
LOGO! DM8 230 R
115…230 V AC/DC
4
4
–
5 A relay
LOGO! DM16 24,
Transistor DA
24 V DC
8
8
–
LOGO! DM16 24 R
24 V DC
8
8
LOGO! DM16 230 R
115…230 V AC/DC
8
8
Designation
3
inputs
2) Digital
outputs
3) Analog
inputs
4) Analog
Article No.
In Tanos Box with:
LOGO! 8, LOGO! Soft Comfort V8, WinCC Basic V13, Ethernet cable
LOGO! 8 12/24 V Starter Kit
LOGO! 12/24 RCE, LOGO! Power 24 V, 1.3 A
6ED1057-3BA00-0AA8
LOGO! 8 230 V Starter Kit
LOGO! 230 RCE
6ED1057-3BA02-0AA8
LOGO! 8 TDE Starter Kit
LOGO! 12/24 RCEo, LOGO! Power 24 V, 1.3 A, LOGO! TDE
6ED1057-3BA10-0AA8
6ED1055-1FB00-0BA2
LOGO! 8 12/24 V + KP300
Basic Starter Kit
LOGO! 12/24 RCE, LOGO! Power 24 V, 1.3 A, SIMATIC HMI KP300 Basic mono PN
6AV2132-0HA00-0AA1
0.3 A
6ED1055-1CB10-0BA2
LOGO! 8 12/24 V + KTP400
Basic Starter Kit
LOGO! 12/24 RCE, LOGO! Power 24 V, 1.3 A, SIMATIC HMI KTP400 Basic
6AV2132-0KA00-0AA1
–
5 A relay
6ED1055-1NB10-0BA2
LOGO! 12/24 RCE, LOGO! Power 24 V, 1.3 A, SIMATIC HMI KTP700 Basic
6AV2132-3GB00-0AA1
–
5 A relay
6ED1055-1FB10-0BA2
LOGO! 8 12/24 V + KTP700
Basic Starter Kit
6ED1055-4MH00-0BA1
Article No.
DI1)
DQ2)
AI3)
Outputs
Designation
Description
Article No.
LOGO! 8 Power Supplies
LOGO! AM2
0…10 V or 0/4…20 mA
12...24 V DC
10-bit resolution
–
2
–
6ED1055-1MA00-0BA2
LOGO! AM2 RTD
–50…200 °C,
2/3-wire (Pt100/1000)
12…24 V DC
0.25 °C resolution
–
2
–
6ED1055-1MD00-0BA2
LOGO! AM2 AQ
with 2 AQ 4)
24 V DC
10-bit resolution
–
–
0…10 V DC /
0/4…20 mA
6ED1055-1MM00-0BA2
LOGO! Power
for converting the line voltage of 85/240 V AC / 110...300 V DC to operating voltages of
12 V DC and 24 V DC
LOGO! Power 24 V / 1.3 A
54 mm wide
6EP1331-1SH03
LOGO! Power 24 V / 2.5 A
72 mm wide
6EP1332-1SH43
LOGO! Power 24 V / 4 A
90 mm wide
6EP1332-1SH52
LOGO! Power 12 V / 1.9 A
54 mm wide
6EP1321-1SH03
LOGO! Power 12 V / 4.5 A
72 mm wide
6EP1322-1SH03
Communication and networking
1) Digital
Description
Ordering data
Power supply
6ED1052-2MD00-0BA8
6ED1058-0BA08-0YA1
0.3 A
Designation
6ED1052-2CC01-0BA8
for Windows 8, 7, XP, Linux and Mac OS X; on DVD,
backward compatible
–
Analog expansion modules
4
LOGO! Soft Comfort V8
4
Outputs
Article No.
LOGO! 8 Starter Kits
4
LOGO! 8 Pure without LCD display and without cursor keys, Ethernet interface
8, of which 4 can be
used as AI (0…10 V)
Description
LOGO! 8 Software
24 V DC
LOGO! 8 expansion modules
24 V DC
Designation
LOGO! DM8 24,
Transistor DA
LOGO! 8 basic units
LOGO! 12/24 RCEo
DQ 2)
Ordering data
Designation
LOGO! 24 CEo
DI 1)
Ordering data
4x RJ45 Port Ethernet Switches
6GK7177-1MA20-0AA0
LOGO! CSM 12/24
12...24 V DC
LOGO! CMR 2020
Communication module for connection to GSM/GPRS
6GK7142-7BX00-0AX0
LOGO! CMR 2040
Communication module for connection to GSM/GPRS/UMTS/LTE
6GK7142-7EX00-0AX0
Stephan Libera, member of Volunteer Fire Department
in Hanover, Germany, and LOGO! fan
Daniel Miehling, homeowner and LOGO! fan
Stephan Libera relies on LOGO! 8 for light control during
simulated training situations in the fire exercise facility of
the Hanover Fire Department.
Daniel Miehling relies on LOGO! 8 for convenience and
safety in the home, from the automatic control of blinds
and lights to presence simulation.
outputs
4
5
6
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