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Old December 1st, 2010, 03:30 AM   #1

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IEC Timer Elapsed time mapping in WinCC

Hi guys!

Good day!

I would like to ask, how can I possibly map the elapsed time of a simatic IEC timer?

I already configured the preset time, that when an operator enters a value of 1, the timer preset will be 1hr. I have done this using linear scaling. Now, I'm facing with the problem that i can't map the elapsed time. I want to display it wincc so the operator knows it.

I know that the TIME format is a signed 32bit, but still, I can't do the task I have described. Can someone help me with this?

Thank you.
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