LIAN-DOS v3.57.5
( August 24, 2012 ) for
MS DOS/ Windows® 98

Part I : General

1 Introduction

2 Requirements

2.1 Hardware

CPU
Memory
Hard disk
Interfaces
Interrupt
Printer

2.2 Software

Operating system
System configuration
Measuring errors
LIAN-DOS and Windows 95/ 98

3 Installation

3.1 DOS installation
3.2 Windows 95/ 98 installation

4 Hardware Expansions

4.1 Two-channel expansion module

4.2 Cable set and adapters

4.2.1 Scope of supply

4.2.2 Description

4.2.2.1 Monitor cables
4.2.2.2 CDE adapter
4.2.2.3 RTG adapter
4.2.2.4 HK adapter
4.2.2.5 FWP adapter

4.3 Dongle

5 Program LIAN

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Assignment of keys

5.3 Menu commands

5.3.1 File

5.3.1.1 File load

5.3.1.1.1 Overall configuration
5.3.1.1.2 Single configuration
5.3.1.1.3 Information types
5.3.1.1.4 Sim list

5.3.1.2 File save

5.3.1.2.1 Overall configuration
5.3.1.2.2 Single configuration
5.3.1.2.3 Information types
5.3.1.2.4 Sim list

5.3.1.3 File Directory

5.3.1.4 File OS shell

5.3.2 Show

5.3.3 Run

5.3.3.1 Program SIMO

5.3.3.2 Program TRAP

5.3.3.3 Program FIPP

5.3.3.4 Program TDEP

5.3.4 Protocol

5.3.4.1 selected com

5.3.4.2 Terminal

5.3.4.3 Time measuring

5.3.4.4 Pulse width

Pulse Duration Modulation
Pulse Code Modulation
Slope time

5.3.4.5 PCM UART

5.3.5 Settings

5.3.5.1 ProtocolFileName

5.3.5.2 ArchivFileName

5.3.5.3 Archiv Size

5.3.5.4 TDB directory

5.3.5.5 Tape directory

5.3.5.6 RAM Drive

5.3.5.7 Comport

5.3.5.8 Channel enable

5.3.5.9 UART FIFO

5.3.5.10 Output on screen

5.3.5.11 Output to PROFile

5.3.5.12 Output to ARCFile

5.3.5.13 Back Scroll Window

5.3.5.14 Protocol printer

5.3.5.15 Information types

5.3.5.16 Simulation

5.3.6 Options

5.3.6.1 Configuration

5.3.6.2 Notebook

5.3.7 Quit program LIAN

6 Program SIMO

6.1 Introduction

6.1.1 Screen output

6.1.2 Status line

6.1.3 Recording of received data

6.1.4 Protocol file

6.1.5 Tape recording

6.2 Hotkeys

6.3 Assignment of keys

6.3.1 Funktion keys

6.3.2 Entry mask

6.4 Menu commands

6.4.1 Comport

6.4.2 Terminal

6.4.3 Format

6.4.5 SendMessage

6.4.5.1 Edit

6.4.5.2 Send

6.4.5.3 General commands

6.4.5.4 Special commands

6.4.5.5 Create transmission list

6.4.6 Quit program SIMO

7 Program TRAP

7.1 Introduction

7.1.1 Archive information

7.2 Assignment of keys

7.3 Menu commands

7.3.1 File

7.3.1.1 Directory

7.3.1.2 OS shell

7.3.2 Show

7.3.3 Run

7.3.3.1 Screen

7.3.3.2 Hard disk

7.3.3.1 Printer

7.3.4 Format

7.3.5 Filter

7.3.6 Options

7.3.6.1 Archive information

7.3.6.2 Notebook

7.3.7 Quit program TRAP

8 Program FIPP

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Function keys

8.3 Assignment of keys

8.3.1 Entry mask

8.4 Menu commands

8.4.1 Filter

Channel unlocked

Filter unlocked

Filter settings

Action filter unlocked

Action filter

Last (n) records

Number last (n) records

8.4.2 Trigger

Date/ Time

Number of records after stop trigger

Stop all channels

Start trigger unlocked

Start trigger

Stop trigger unlocked

Stop trigger

Stop on error

8.4.3 Output

8.4.4 File

8.4.4.1 File load

8.4.4.1.1 Filter overall

8.4.4.1.2 Filter per channel

8.4.4.2 File save

8.4.4.2.1 Filter overall

8.4.4.2.2 Filter per channel

8.4.4.3 Directory

8.4.4.4 OS shell

8.4.5 Options

8.4.5.1 Configuration

8.4.5.2 Notebook

8.4.6 Quit program FIPP

9 Program TDEP

9.1 Introduction

9.1.1 Message buffer

9.1.2 Send sequence

9.2 Function keys

9.3 Assignment of keys

9.3.1 Hot keys

9.3.2 Entry mask

9.4 Menu commands

9.4.1 File

9.4.1.1 Load

9.4.1.1.1 Message buffer
9.4.1.1.2 Sequence

9.4.1.2 Save

9.4.1.2.1 Message buffer
9.4.1.2.2 Sequence

9.4.1.3 Directory

9.4.1.4 OS shell

9.4.2 Functions

9.4.2.1 Edit

9.4.2.1.1 Message buffer
9.4.2.1.2 Sequence

9.4.2.2 Convert

9.4.2.3 Print

9.4.2.3.1 Screen message
9.4.2.3.2 Screen sequence
9.4.2.3.3 Printer message
9.4.2.3.4 Printer sequence

9.4.3 Comport

9.4.4 Format

9.4.5 Options

9.4.5.1 Configuration

9.4.5.2 Notebook

9.4.6 Quit TDEP

10 SHOW

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Command line parameter

10.3 Assignment of keys

10.3.1 Hot keys

10.3.2 Mark

10.3.3 Search

10.3.4 Scroll screen

10.3.5 Entry mask

10.4 Menu commands

10.4.1 File

10.4.1.1 Load

10.4.1.2 Info

10.4.1.3 OS shell

10.4.2 Search

10.4.2.1 Find

10.4.2.2 Repeat

10.4.2.2.1 Repeat backwards

10.4.2.2.2 Repeat forward

10.4.2.3 Options

10.4.2.5.1 Search wole text

10.4.2.5.2 Note spelling

10.4.3 Display

10.4.3.1 All

10.4.3.2 selection

10.4.4 Print

10.4.4.1 Whole text

10.4.4.2 Selection

10.4.4.3 Marking

10.4.4.4 Connection

10.4.4.5 Format

10.4.5 Quit SHOW

Part II : Protocols

1. General Protocols

Terminal function

Pulse width measuring

Digital pulse duration modulation

Pulse code modulation ( PCM )

Tape recorder function

Asynchronous PCM

2. IEC60870-5 Standard

IEC 60870-5-101

IEC 60870-5-102

IEC 60870-5-103

3. ABB Asea Brown Boveri

INDACTIC 13

INDACTIC 21 Format ATO and AT1

INDACTIC 23

INDACTIC 2033

PROCONTROL 214

RP 210

RP 570/ 571

ZM 15

ZM 20

4. AEG

GeaDat 81 GT

GeaTrans F202

GeaTrans F202 KC

GeaTrans F203

SEAB-1F

5. Funke und Huster

ZM 200

ZM 400

6. Landis & Gyr

SCTM Communication

TELEGYR 707

TELEGYR 805/ 809

7. Mauell

ME 8008

8. RWE

RSDN

9. VA-TECH-SAT

SAT 1703

SAT SSI

10. SEL

Pleiger

Telepuls ZPC 1600

Telepuls ZPC 3600

TP 29

11. Siemens

DUST 3964R

DUST 3964R data independent

FWK 8/ 2

FWK 16/ 3

Sinaut FWA

EFD 300/ 400

FW 517

FW 535

FW 537 M and RGFW

IEC BAG ( Bayernwerke )

LSA SMKG Token

SAS

SIMATIC N

Sinaut 8-02

Sinaut 4-FW

Sinaut 8-FW

Pulse code modulation

Pulse duration modulation

SEB 210-4K

Sinaut HSL

Sinaut ST1

Part III : Appendix

1. Model session

2. Parameterization