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Lauer HMI Programming

12/04/2016 1:24 PM

Hi every body

I've problem with Lauer HMI PCS950e,there is no communication with PLC S7 400

I believe HMI needs to load program, but I don't have PCS PRO win 8.1, but I couldn't find on net, so anyone can help me in this regard?

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Re: Lauer HMI Programming

12/04/2016 2:59 PM

"You believe"? Don't you know?

You don't have PCS PRO win 8.1?

You will have to buy it.

Shop for PCS PRO win 8.1 on Google

IF, you have a legitimate copy of Lauer HMI PCS950e, and the key, the software supplier tech guys may help you.

I just drive a truck for a living. All I know how to load is freight.

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Re: Lauer HMI Programming

12/05/2016 4:55 AM

Yes. The tool to use is the telephone. Try talking to someone at Lauer.

The other clue in the original posting is <...S7...>, which interpreted here to be a label for a Siemens software product. If this is true, then talking to the local distributor, particularly the one from whom the product was purchased, will yield an answer.

Do share the outcome of these discussions with the rest of the forum, for it may help others.

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