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Thread: Backup on OEM MP 377 15" FOR CUSTOMER KHS INKLUDED UCL

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    Default Backup on OEM MP 377 15" FOR CUSTOMER KHS INKLUDED UCL

    Hello, is it
    possible to manage the HMI OEM MP 377 15 "FOR CUSTOMER KHS INKLUDED UCL"
    with a Zenon software .If it is the case what cable must be used to
    establish communication with the PG.

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    Default Re: Backup on OEM MP 377 15" FOR CUSTOMER KHS INKLUDED UCL

    Hi,

    Using zenon it is not possible to make a backup.
    In principle Siemens HMIs are programmed with software called Protool (quite old, not in use anymore), WinCC Flexible and TIA Portal (more recent).
    SIMATIC MP 377 is not in production any more!
    You can do backup with a software call ProSave. It can be downloaded from Siemens web site.

    Here a link to a document explaining how to upgrade the HMI OS. Not related to your problem but there is info how to connect to the HMI panel.
    https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/attachments/19701610/19701610_ProSave_e.pdf

    Link to ProSave is
    https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/document/10347815/servicetool-simatic-prosave?dti=0&lc=en-US

    I hope that this will help you!
    regards,
    yolov

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