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Siemens SIMOTION SCOUT Stand-alone/TIA 5.3 SP1 | 13.9 Gb
Languages: Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano
Siemens is pleased to announce the availability of Siemens SIMOTION SCOUT 5.3 SP1 is the user-friendly platform for quickly and efficiently developing software projects for your production plant. From project management and programming to configuration and parameterization as well as testing and commissioning – with SCOUT, you have perfect control over every step.

SIMOTION 5.3 SP1 - What's new The 5.3 SP1 version is the first release of SIMOTION 5.3 and has been released since April 2019.


Supported TIA Portal version
- TIA Portal 15.1
Supported operating systems for SCOUT TIA
- Windows 7 SP1 Professional/Ultimate/Enterprise 64-bit
- Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise 64-bit
- AlarmS numbers can now be specified by the user. The "No." field in the "Edit Message" dialog can be edited for this purpose. Only values in the value range 0x6000 0001 to 0x6000 1FFF (or their decimal notation) can be entered. Values outside this range are not accepted. The maximum length for alarm texts has also been increased from 70 to 80.


Supported operating systems
- Windows 7 SP1 Professional/Ultimate/Enterprise (64-bit)
- Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise 64-bit

New functions in SIMOTION 5.3 SP1

Languages and editors

Full display of the identifier in MCC case structures
If long identifier names existed in case branches in MCC, they were cut off at the end. This behavior has been changed in V5.3. The identifiers are shortened in the middle (e.g. VeryVeryVeryLongIdentifier1 is shortened as VeryVery…ntifier1). The full identifier is displayed in a tooltip when the cursor is placed in the identifier.
Printing of selection in ST
If a code sequence is selected in the ST editor (also several lines), this selection can be printed via the "Print" context menu. The editor only sends the selected code to the printer, as well as the print properties such as margins or footnotes.
On-the-fly variables declaration in ST
The creation of new variables is supported by the "On-the-fly variable declaration" function. If a new variable is required, the user types in the variable at the program position. The dialog opens with ALT+N. The variable is automatically taken over in the dialog. Depending on the current scope and variable type, the editor determines the possible declaration positions in the source and lists these. The editor displays the insertion position when the list entry is selected. When the relevant definitions have been made completely in the dialog, the insertion can be performed with OK. The variable is inserted at the specified position. Any required "VAR…" and "END_VAR" are added automatically. When the dialog is closed, the editor automatically returns to the programming position at which the variable was entered. The user can continue directly with the coding.
Structured display of the variable initialization in LAD/FBD/MCC
In the graphic programming languages, a structured view has been implemented for the initialization of class variables and references (interface references, I/O references). In this way, the variables and references to be initialized can be specified more easily.


Object browser extension
The object browser, in an additional tab in the project navigator, enables a simple analysis of the control program and the data. The object browser in V5.3 SP1 has been expanded with the "Go to" function. If an element is selected in the browser and this element has a reference to other elements, the "Go to…" function can be selected via the context menu. The browser then navigates to the respective reference in the browser.
Load to file system
The path for the specification of the target directory can now also be copied.
Link to external documentation
The option of a link to external documentation has been implemented in the settings of SCOUT. This allows the user to save a path to a documentation file in SCOUT. The setting is available in the "Documentation" tab. You can navigate to the documentation file via the "Browse" button.
……..and more
Full information about the new functions of version V5.3 SP1 can be found on SCOUT DVD 1 at:\AddOn\1_Important\English\Features

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Siemens SIMOTION SCOUT is the scalable motion control system that quickly and easily handles increasing machine demands by enabling central machine functions to be implemented with just one controller. It is available in three variants: drive-based, PC-based and controller-based. Simotion Scout facilitates the configuration, programming, testing and commissioning of applications. With its graphical-based programming, Scout further facilitates system configuration for new users.

The SIMOTION SCOUT TIA Engineering System is the environment for the uniform automation of production machines with SIMOTION and integrates into the SIMATIC environment in accordance with TIA (Totally Integrated Automation). SIMOTION SCOUT TIA provides a uniform, function-oriented view for your automation task and it is also very user-friendly. The possible SIMOTION applications range from simple, parameterizable, speed-controlled single axes through to complex, mechatronically-coupled and programmable multi-axis machines. Therefore, SIMOTION SCOUT TIA provides views that are adapted to the task, and it can be expanded by additional tools.

This video describe how save a compiled Siemens Scout Project (.zip) to a CF Card of Simotion D435. In the same video, show how upload the project (.zip) saved in CF Card.

Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for 170 years. The company is active around the globe, focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. One of the world's largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of efficient power generation and power transmission solutions and a pioneer in infrastructure solutions as well as automation, drive and software solutions for industry. The company is also a leading provider of medical imaging equipment – such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging systems – and a leader in laboratory diagnostics as well as clinical IT.

Product: Siemens SIMOTION SCOUT
Version: Stand-alone / TIA 5.3 SP1 *
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : https://new.siemens.com/
Language: Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano
System Requirements: PC **
Supported Operating Systems: **
Size: 13.9 Gb

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** System Requirements: Installation of SCOUT TIA
This contains the installation notes and usage notes for SCOUT TIA that are also integrated during the setup.

Supported operating systems for SCOUT TIA
- Windows 7 SP1 Professional/Ultimate/Enterprise (64-bit)
- Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise (64-bit) Version 1803
- TIA Portal V15.1

Recommended PC hardware
The following table shows the recommended hardware for the operation of STEP 7.

Computer: As of SIMATIC FIELD PG M5 Advanced (or comparable PC)
Processor: As of Intel Core i5-6440EQ (up to 3.4 GHz)
RAM: 16 GB or more
Hard disk: SSD (of which at least 50 GB available)
Monitor: 15.6" wide screen display (1920 x 1080 or higher)

Installation of SCOUT

Hardware requirements

The following minimum hardware requirements must be fulfilled for installation of the "SIMOTION SCOUT" software package:
PG or PC with
Processor: Intel Celeron Dual Core 2.2 GHz (Ivy / Sandy Bridge), Pentium V 1,5 GHz, 2048 MB RAM
Screen resolution: 1024 x 768

The following is recommended for more comprehensive SIMOTION projects with several modules:
PG or PC with
Processor: Intel Core i5-3320M 3.3 GHz or faster
RAM: 8 GB or more
Screen: 15.6" full HD display (1920 x 1080 or higher)

Memory requirement
For a complete installation, SIMOTION SCOUT V5.3 SP1 requires approx. 9 GB of memory space on your hard disk. You should reserve at least another 200 MB for your projects.
An important requirement for the installation is that there is at least 3 GB of temporary memory available on drive C:\. This is also required when the installation is to be performed on a drive other than C:\.

Software requirements

Operating system
The software requirements for SIMOTION SCOUT V5.3 SP1 are:
- Windows 7 SP1 Professional/Ultimate/Enterprise (64-bit)
- Windows 10 Pro/Enterprise (64-bit) Version 1803
- Microsoft Internet Explorer V11.0

You must have administration rights to install SIMOTION software packages. The installation on an operating system that does not use the western character set is possible only with an operating system in the MUI (Multilanguage User Interface) version.
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