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LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.2

1.7 Compatibility



1.7



Compatibility



Compatibility with previous LOGO! Hardware series

For LOGO! 8 series, LOGO!Soft Comfort uses device type to distinguish different LOGO!

device. For more information, you can refer to the following table.

Device



Order number and FS number



Device type in LOGO!Soft Comfort



LOGO!Soft Comfort Version



6ED1052-xxxxx-0BA8 FS01-FS03



LOGO! 0BA8



LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.0



6ED1052-xxxxx-0BA8 FS04-FS06



LOGO! 8.FS4



LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.1



6ED1052-xxx08-0BA0



LOGO! 8.FS4



LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.2



6ED1055-4MH00-0BA1 FS01-FS06



LOGO! TDE



LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.0,

V8.0.1, V8.1 and V8.1.1



6ED1055-4MH08-0BA0



LOGO! TDE 6ED1055-4MH08-0BA0



LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.2



and V8.0.1



LOGO! BM



and V8.1.1

LOGO! TDE



LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.1 brings in a new project type "mnp", in which you can add Modbus

compatible device, LOGO! 8.FS4 and LOGO! 8.FS4 slave device. You can view and edit the

mnp file with LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.1.

You can also use the current LOGO!Soft Comfort version to create circuit programs for the

previous LOGO! hardware series. You cannot, however, download programs that use the

new SFBs or new SFB parameters to LOGO! devices prior to the LOGO! 8.FS4 series.

LOGO!Soft Comfort provides a list of hardware that is compatible with your circuit program

from the Tools → Select Hardware (Page 97) menu command. You can download your circuit

program to any device in the list.

You can continue to use the input connectors of some of the LOGO! 8.FS4 devices as they

were prior to LOGO! 8.FS4, that is, as inputs. However with the 0BA7 and 0BA8 series,

these inputs can also be used for analog inputs or high-speed counters. Existing LOGO!Soft

Comfort programs that use these connectors as inputs will function in the same way as they

did. New programs can make use of the new analog inputs and high-speed counters. Refer

to your product information and the LOGO! Manual for detailed information about these

modules: LOGO! 12/24RCE, LOGO! 230RCE, LOGO! 230RC, LOGO! 230RCo, LOGO!

12/24RC, LOGO! 12/24RCo, LOGO! 24, LOGO! 24o, LOGO! 24C and LOGO! 24Co.

Any differences concerning the operation of LOGO!Soft Comfort that are based on

differences between the previous series and LOGO! 8.FS4 are described separately. If

programming differences exist based on the LOGO! series, this online help system uses this

graphic to alert you to those differences:

Compatibility with previous versions of LOGO!Soft Comfort



You can edit and expand circuit programs written with older versions of LOGO!Soft Comfort

using your current LOGO!Soft Comfort version.



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LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.2

1.7 Compatibility



Compatibility with previous LOGO! memory cards

Refer to the LOGO! Manual for compatibility information regarding LOGO! memory cards.

LOGO!Soft Comfort does not access programs stored on memory cards.

Note

LOGO! devices with AS-Interface

You can connect the modular LOGO! via a communication module to an AS-Interface

(Page 26) bus.

In doing so, the AS inputs and outputs behave just like standard inputs and outputs.



Suggested operating systems

LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.2 supports the following operating systems:

● Windows: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 with the following

requirements:

– PC with Pentium IV processor

– 500 MB free hard disk space

– 512 MB RAM

– SVGA graphics card with minimum of 800 x 600 resolution (at least 256 colors)

– DVD-ROM

● Mac OSx: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion; Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion; Mac OS X 10.9

Mavericks; Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite; Mac OS X 10.11 X El Capitan.

● Linux: Tested with SUSE Linux 11.3 sp3, kernel 3.0.76. Compatible with all Linux

distributions which are aligned with Java 2. You can find the necessary hardware

requirements from the corresponding Linux distribution.

● Java Runtime Environment 1.8.0_121, which is recommended version.



See also

LOGO! Hardware (Page 392)

Here you find information about the individual hardware series. This topic also includes a

table from which you can see which basic and special functions are available as of which

hardware series.



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LOGO!Soft Comfort V8.2

1.8 LOGO! with AS-Interface (0BA0-0BA2)



1.8



LOGO! with AS-Interface (0BA0-0BA2)



1.8.1



AS-Interface



Introduction

Here in this section, you discover what you must note when using a LOGO! with integrated

AS-Interface.



Converting circuit programs

The LOGO!Soft Comfort converts the circuit programs with AS-Interface inputs (Page 27) or

AS-Interface outputs (Page 27) which were created for previous versions of the modular

LOGO! are converted:

● When you assign a circuit program to a LOGO! Basic via Tools → Select Hardware

(Page 97)

● When you download a circuit program without changes to a LOGO! Basic

If you cut one or more AS-Interface inputs or outputs of an older circuit program and pasted

them into the circuit program for a LOGO! Basic, the inserted I/O is also converted in the

new circuit program.



Conversion rules

The inputs Ia1 to Ia4 are converted to I13 to I16.

Outputs Qa1 to Qa4 are converted to Q9 to Q12.

After conversion, the info window shows you which AS-Interface I/O was converted to that of

the modular LOGO!. If the conversion is not compatible to your physical hardware structure,

you must adapt the block numbers of the relevant I/O via the block properties dialog.



Additional constants and connecting terminals

Note that LOGO! versions 0BA0 to 0BA2 do not distinguish between standard inputs and

AS-Interface inputs. Due to the modular structure of the devices as of version 0BA3, the

block number of a digital, analog or AS-Interface block is determined by the slot position of

the expansion module.

AS-Interface inputs (Page 27)

The relevant LOGO! versions are also equipped with Ia inputs used for the ASi bus

(Page 27).

Modular LOGO! devices as of the series 0BA3 do not distinguish between normal inputs and

AS-Interface inputs. The user determines the type of input based on the modules used and

the order in which they are installed. This is why AS-Interface inputs are here displayed only

as I input.

AS-Interface outputs (Page 27)

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1.8 LOGO! with AS-Interface (0BA0-0BA2)

Outputs for the AS-Interface bus can be identified by the letter Qa (only available for the

relevant LOGO! versions). Modular LOGO! devices as of the series 0BA3 do not distinguish

between normal inputs and AS-Interface inputs. The user determines the type of the input,

based on the inserted modules and the order in which they are installed. This is why ASInterface outputs are only designated by the letter Q.



1.8.2



AS-Interface inputs



You can connect LOGO! versions of the type LB11 directly to an AS-Interface bus.



AS-Interface inputs are named Ia. The block number of an AS-Interface input is determined

by the hardware structure.

LOGO!Soft Comfort converts circuit programs with AS-Interface I/O for use in the LOGO!

Basic.

You can find relevant information in the section "Converting circuit programs (Page 26)".



1.8.3



AS-Interface outputs



You can connect LOGO! versions of the type LB11 directly to an AS-Interface bus.

AS-Interface outputs are named Qa. The block number of an AS-Interface output is

determined by the hardware structure.

The output always carries the signal of the previous program cycle. This value does not

change within the current program cycle.

LOGO!Soft Comfort converts circuit programs with AS-Interface I/O for use in the LOGO!

Basic.

You can find the relevant information in the section "Converting circuit programs (Page 26)".



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