No.

Description

1

View or hide labels of all terminals (if point names are configured) and interface. See "Device configuration" for more configuration information.

2

Select to change the Modbus RTU Mode of the controller. In Modbus communication, the controller ELC.E14 can be either Client or Server.

3

Select the mode in which the I/O extension modules are connected on the bus. If the I/O extension module is EM1.8D, EM1.8R or EM1.8U", select here "EM1 Bus" instead of "EM Bus".

4

Generate a PDF. After you click this button, the tool shows all the labels of terminals (if point names are configured) and interface, and then generates the current configuration page into PDF format for easy wiring reference by on-site personnel.

Note: System resources are occupied for a short time during PDF generation. Some operations performed during this period may not be effective. The tool returns to normal after the PDF is generated.

5

Click to expand the virtual point window, view and configure virtual points. See "Define virtual points" for more information.

If the Modbus RTU Mode of the controller is "Client", the points configured under "Communication Configuration" > "Client Points" will also be displayed here as virtual points. Click the checkboxes before "Virtual Points" and "Client Points" to filter for different kinds of virtual points.

6

Click to configure communication parameters. You can configure and export object mapping information about Server points if the controller acts as Server in the Modbus communication. If it is Client, you can also add and configure Server devices. See "Communication configuration" for more information.

7

Click to simulate program files. See "Simulation and commissioning" for more information.

8

Click to commission program files. See "Simulation and commissioning" for more information.

9

Select an I/O extension module.

10

Add an I/O extension module. Max. five modules are allowed.