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SIMATIC HMI WinCC V6.2 SIMATIC HMI WinCC V6.2 Performance Data
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Safety Guidelines
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  1. 1. 1 SIMATIC HMI WinCC V6.2 SIMATIC HMI WinCC V6.2 Performance Data ______________ Performance Data 2 ______________ Configurations 3 SIMATIC HMI ______________ Graphics System WinCC V6.2 SP2 4 Performance Data ______________ Alarm Logging 5 ______________ Archiving system 6 Printout of the Online Help ______________ User archives 7 ______________ Reports Scripting with VBS and 8 ______________ ANSI-C ______________ Process Communication 9 09/2007
  2. 2. Safety Guidelines This manual contains notices you have to observe in order to ensure your personal safety, as well as to prevent damage to property. The notices referring to your personal safety are highlighted in the manual by a safety alert symbol, notices referring only to property damage have no safety alert symbol. These notices shown below are graded according to the degree of danger. Danger indicates that death or severe personal injury will result if proper precautions are not taken. Warning indicates that death or severe personal injury may result if proper precautions are not taken. Caution with a safety alert symbol, indicates that minor personal injury can result if proper precautions are not taken. Caution without a safety alert symbol, indicates that property damage can result if proper precautions are not taken. Notice indicates that an unintended result or situation can occur if the corresponding information is not taken into account. If more than one degree of danger is present, the warning notice representing the highest degree of danger will be used. A notice warning of injury to persons with a safety alert symbol may also include a warning relating to property damage. Qualified Personnel The device/system may only be set up and used in conjunction with this documentation. Commissioning and operation of a device/system may only be performed by qualified personnel. Within the context of the safety notes in this documentation qualified persons are defined as persons who are authorized to commission, ground and label devices, systems and circuits in accordance with established safety practices and standards. Prescribed Usage Note the following: Warning This device may only be used for the applications described in the catalog or the technical description and only in connection with devices or components from other manufacturers which have been approved or recommended by Siemens. Correct, reliable operation of the product requires proper transport, storage, positioning and assembly as well as careful operation and maintenance. Trademarks All names identified by ® are registered trademarks of the Siemens AG. The remaining trademarks in this publication may be trademarks whose use by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of the owner. Disclaimer of Liability We have reviewed the contents of this publication to ensure consistency with the hardware and software described. Since variance cannot be precluded entirely, we cannot guarantee full consistency. However, the information in this publication is reviewed regularly and any necessary corrections are included in subsequent editions. Siemens AG Printout of the Online Help Copyright © Siemens AG 2007. Automation and Drives 09/2007 Technical data subject to change Postfach 48 48 90437 NÜRNBERG GERMANY
  3. 3. Table of contents 1 Performance Data................................................................................................................................... 1-1 2 Configurations ........................................................................................................................................ 2-1 3 Graphics System .................................................................................................................................... 3-1 4 Alarm Logging ........................................................................................................................................ 4-1 5 Archiving system..................................................................................................................................... 5-1 6 User archives.......................................................................................................................................... 6-1 7 Reports ................................................................................................................................................... 7-1 8 Scripting with VBS and ANSI-C .............................................................................................................. 8-1 9 Process Communication......................................................................................................................... 9-1 Index...............................................................................................................................................Index - 1 Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help iii
  4. 4. Table of contents Performance Data iv 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  5. 5. Performance Data 1 Contents This chapter provides important information on technical data and performance limits of WinCC V6.2. Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 1-1
  6. 6. Performance Data Performance Data 1-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  7. 7. Configurations 2 Quantity Structure in a Multi-user System Maximum Server or redundant server pairs1) 12 WinCC clients in a system 322)3) Web clients in a system 504) 1)Central archive server is counted as one server. It cannot be used simultaneously as an operating unit. 2)If the server is also used as an operating unit, the number of clients for this server is reduced to four. 3) Mixed configuration: 32 Clients + 3 WebClients 4) Mixed configuration: 50 WebClients + 1 WinCC client (also for Engineering) Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 2-1
  8. 8. Configurations Performance Data 2-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  9. 9. Graphics System 3 Configuration Maximum Objects per picture1) No system limits Levels per picture 32 Pictures (PDL files) per project No system limits Instances of fixed picture components in a system picture 31 instances of the same picture type Picture size in pixels 10,000 x 10,000 Nesting levels of picture objects 20 Number of colors Dependent on graphics card 1) The number and complexity of the objects affect the performance. Runtime Change picture from empty screen to... Time, in seconds • Picture with standard objects (100 objects) 1 • Picture with 2,480 I/O fields (8 internal tags) 2 • Picture with 1,000 I/O fields (1,000 internal tags) 1 • Picture of 10 MByte size (bitmap) 1 • Message window 2 • Table with 4 columns, each with 120 values1) 1 1) The values specified apply to data from "Tag Logging Fast". Note The values depend on the hardware implemented. Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 3-1
  10. 10. Graphics System Performance Data 3-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  11. 11. Alarm Logging 4 Configuration Maximum Configurable messages per server/single user 50.000 Process tags per message line 10 User text blocks per message line 10 Message classes (incl. system message classes) 18 Message types 16 Message priorities 17 (0...16) Runtime Maximum Messages per message archive No system limits Messages per short-term archive 1.000 Messages per long-term archive 1.000 1) Messages per message window 5.000 2) Continuos message load without loss (single user/server) 10/sec Message overload (single user/server) 2,000/10 sec every 5 min 3) 1) If "LongTimeArchiveConsistency" is set to "No" for single user station or server or on clients per server or per redundant server pair. If "LongTimeArchiveConsistency" is set to "Yes" for single user station, server, client, or on redundant server pairs. 2) On single user station or server or on clients per server or per redundant server pair. 3) If the interval to the next message overload is under five minutes, messages may be lost. Note The message overload and continuous message load can be created simultaneously on a single-user station or server Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 4-1
  12. 12. Alarm Logging Performance Data 4-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  13. 13. Archiving system 5 Configuration Maximum Trend windows per picture 25 Configurable trends per trend window 80 Tables per picture 25 Columns per table 12 Values per table 30.000 Archives per single user/server 100 Archive tags1) 80.0002) 1)Dependent on the archive PowerPack used for the archive tags. 512 archive tags are contained on the basis version. 2) V6.0: up to 30,000 tags. Later versions: up to 80,000 tags. Note In cases of a combination of the maximum values, high picture selection times can occur. Runtime Maximum Archiving in database for server/single user ("Tag Logging Fast") 5,000 values/second1) Archiving in database for server/single user ("Tag Logging Slow") 1,000 values/second1) 2) Trend printouts for each configured trend 30,000 values 1) The stated values apply to archiving without signing-off of data. 2) During "Tag Logging Slow", you must expect longer picture selection times for identical quantity structures than in "Tag Logging Fast". Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 5-1
  14. 14. Archiving system Performance Data 5-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  15. 15. User archives 6 Configuration Maximum Total archives No system limits User archive fields 5001) User archive data records 3.0001) User Archive views No system limits 1) The product of the number of boxes and number of data records must not exceed 320,000, e.g. 3000 data records with a number of fields of 106 or 640 data records with 500 fields. In determining the actual number of cells, the first two columns (gray column and "ID" column) as well as column headers must be counted. Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 6-1
  16. 16. User archives Performance Data 6-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  17. 17. Reports 7 Configuration Maximum Configurable logs No system limits Log lines per body 66 Tags per log 1) 300 1)The number of tags per log is dependent on the performance of the process communication. Runtime Maximum Simultaneously running message sequence reports per server/client 1 Simultaneously running message sequence reports 3 Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 7-1
  18. 18. Reports Performance Data 7-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  19. 19. Scripting with VBS and ANSI-C 8 Runtime The following measured vales indicate the difference between VB scripting and C scripting base on the comparison of orientation values. The values depend on the hardware implemented. The measured values are specified in milliseconds. Pentium 4 2.5 GHz, 512 MByte RAM VBS ANSI-C Set colors from 1,000 rectangles 220 1.900 Set output values from 200 I/O fields 60 170 Select a screen with 1,000 static texts which determine the 460 260 object name and are issued as the return value Read 1,000 internal tags 920 500 Re-read 1,000 internal tags 30 120 Conduct 100,000 calculations1) 280 70 Pentium III 700 MHz, 512 MByte RAM VBS ANSI-C Set colors from 1,000 rectangles 610 4.440 Set output values from 200 I/O fields 170 670 Select a screen with 1,000 static texts which determine the 770 310 object name and are issued as the return value Read 1,000 internal tags 3.650 1.310 Re-read 1,000 internal tags 70 250 Conduct 100,000 calculations1) 820 170 1) Calculations in the example: Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 8-1
  20. 20. Scripting with VBS and ANSI-C VBS For i=1 To 100000 value=Cos(50)*i Next ANSI-C for(i=1;i<=100000;i++) { dValue=cos(50)*i; } Note The measured values can be negatively influenced by the type of configuration as well as other processes, such as Tag Logging or Alarm Logging. Performance Data 8-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  21. 21. Process Communication 9 Introduction The following table provides information on the possible configurations and maximum number of connections. Note The limit values listed in the table are also dependent on the performance capability of the system and the quantity structure of the WinCC project (e.g. number of process values/time unit). Configuration Communication channels in WinCC1) PC- MPI/Profibu MPI/Profibu Industrial Industrial based2 s s Ethernet Ethernet ) Soft-Net3) Hard-Net3) Soft-Net3) Hard- Net3) SIMATIC S7 Protocol Suite1) • MPI --- 8 44 --- --- • Soft-PLC --- 1 --- --- --- • Slot-PLC --- 1 --- --- --- • Profibus (1) --- 8 44 --- --- • Profibus (2) --- 8 44 --- --- • Named Connections --- --- --- 64 60 • Industrial Ethernet ISO L4 (1) --- --- --- 64 60 • Industrial Ethernet ISO L4 (2) --- --- --- 64 60 • Industrial Ethernet TCP/IP --- --- --- 64 60 SIMATIC S5 Programmers Port • AS 511 24) --- --- --- --- SIMATIC S5 Serial 3964R • RK 512 24) --- --- --- --- SIMATIC S5 Profibus FDL • FDL --- --- 50 --- --- SIMATIC S5 Ethernet Layer 4 + TCP/IP • Industrial Ethernet ISO L4 (2) --- --- --- --- 60 • Industrial Ethernet ISO L4 (2) --- --- --- --- 60 • Industrial Ethernet TCP/IP --- --- --- 60 60 Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 9-1
  22. 22. Process Communication Communication channels in WinCC1) PC- MPI/Profibu MPI/Profibu Industrial Industrial based2 s s Ethernet Ethernet ) Soft-Net3) Hard-Net3) Soft-Net3) Hard- Net3) SIMATIC S5 Ethernet TF • Industrial Ethernet TF --- --- --- --- 60 SIMATIC 505 Serial • NITP / TBP 24) --- --- --- --- SIMATIC 505 Ethernet Layer 4 • Industrial Ethernet ISO L4 (1) --- --- --- --- 60 • Industrial Ethernet ISO L4 (2) --- --- --- --- 60 SIMATIC 505 Ethernet TCP/IP • Industrial Ethernet TCP/IP --- --- --- 60 60 Profibus FMS • FMS --- --- 40 --- --- Profibus DP (V0-Master) • DP 1 --- --- 122 --- --- • DP 2 --- --- 122 --- --- • DP 3 --- --- 122 --- --- • DP 4 --- --- 122 --- --- OPC • OPC 1005) --- --- --- --- Remarks 1) In principle, all communication channels can be combined with each other. However, the subordinate communication drivers can lead to limitations. When the SIMATIC S7 Protocol Suite is used, a maximum of 64 S7 connections can be operated. A typical configuration contains 60 S7 connections, for example. Examples: • 8 S7 connections via "MPI" and 52 S7 connections via "Industrial Ethernet TCP/IP" or • 60 S7 connections via "Industrial Ethernet TCP/IP" 2)COM1/COM2 or internal software interfaces for SIMATIC S7 Protocol Suite communication "Soft-PLC" and "Slot-PLC" as well as DCOM for OPC. 3)In the case of Soft-Net, communication runs on the PC processor. In the case of Hard-Net, the communication card has its own microprocessor and relieves the PC processor during communication. Only a Soft-Net module may be operated in the PC for the process communication. Combinations with Hard-Net communication cards are possible. The driver software for Hard-Net communication cards are supplied with the SIMATIC NET CDs enclosed. Performance Data 9-2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  23. 23. Process Communication Hard-Net communication cards enable the parallel operation of up to 2 protocols, e.g. Ethernet communication using the SIMATIC S7 Protocol Suite and SIMATIC S5-Ethernet. In this case, a reduction of approx. 20% of the table values must be taken into account. Example: • 40 connections using the "SIMATIC S7 Protocol Suite" combination and 8 connections via "SIMATIC S5 Ethernet". Can be extended by using communication cards with several serial interfaces, e.g. Digi- 4) Board with 8/16 serial interfaces. 5) Guideline value. The maximum number of connections is dependent on the system resources. Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help 9-3
  24. 24. Process Communication Performance Data 9-4 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help
  25. 25. Index Quantity Structure, 2-1 A P ANSI-C, 8-1 Performance, 8-1 Performance Archive, 5-1 Action configuring, 8-1 Quantity Structure, 5-1 Functions, 8-1 Archiving, 5-1 Scripting, 8-1 Quantity Structure, 5-1 Performance Data, 2-1, 3-1, 5-1, 6-1, 7-1, 8-1, 9-1 Pictures, 3-1 Quantity Structure, 3-1 C Process Communication, 9-1 Quantity Structure, 9-1 Channel, 9-1 Process coupling, 9-1 Quantity Structure, 9-1 Quantity Structure, 9-1 Client, 2-1 Process data, 5-1 Number of servers, 2-1 Quantity Structure, 5-1 Communication, 9-1 Quantity Structure, 9-1 Q G Quantity Structure, 2-1 Archiving, 5-1 Global Scripts, 8-1 Clients, 2-1 Performance, 8-1 Communication, 9-1 Graphics System, 3-1 Graphics System, 3-1 Quantity Structure, 3-1 Log, 7-1 Multi-user system, 2-1 Pictures, 3-1 L Process Communication, 9-1 Leistungsdaten, 4-1 Process coupling, 9-1 Log, 7-1 Process data, 5-1 Quantity Structure, 7-1 Scripting, 8-1 Server, 2-1 Table, 5-1 M Trends, 5-1 User archive, 6-1 Meldearchiv, 4-1 User Archives, 6-1 Mengengerüst, 4-1 WinCC clients, 2-1 Meldesystem, 4-1 Mengengerüst, 4-1 Meldung, 4-1 S Mengengerüst, 4-1 Mengengerüst Server, 2-1 Meldesystem, 4-1 Number of clients, 2-1 Multi-user system, 2-1 Performance Data 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help Index - 1
  26. 26. Index T V Table, 5-1 VBS, 8-1 Quantity Structure, 5-1 Performance, 8-1 Trends, 5-1 Visual Basic Script in WinCC, 8-1 Quantity Structure, 5-1 W U WinCC client, 2-1 User archive, 6-1 Number of servers, 2-1 Quantity Structure, 6-1 User Archives, 6-1 Quantity Structure, 6-1 Performance Data Index - 2 09/2007, Printout of the Online Help

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