The Allen-Bradley 2706-LV4P is a Dataliner DL40 Plus message display. It is a next-generation message display which directly replaces the old Dataliner DL40/DL20 series. It has a Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) with adjustable brightness. It is available in a four-line configuration with a Parallel Port and it can display up to 20 characters per line. It has 128 KB of RAM and 120 to 240 Volts AC input power. The 2706-LV4P is designed to receive slave addresses, message triggers, and variable data from a PLC or SLC module. For communication, it has an RS-484 port for file transfer and RS-232 port for file uploading and downloading. It displays a wide variety of symbols and characters readable at up to 25 feet away. It supports offline programming software with RS-232 auto-wakeup for creating application files. Applications developed for the previous DL40/DL20 series are compatible with DL40 Plus devices. It has various capabilities such as embedded variables, message chaining, hidden messages, and data mode selection.
The 2706-LV4P message display has various software and hardware enhancements that the old DL40 series lacked. It supports a real-time clock and RS-232 message triggering. During message editing, it also provides recovery in case of power failure. It has isolated I/O ports and a replaceable battery. It is more reliable than previous models with its power supply upgrades and integral fuse. It is also lighter and takes up less space than message displays in the DL40 series. Other enhancements include red, green, or amber message display colors and a remote display relay control. The 2706-LV4P is customizable and ideal for alarms and messages in an industrial environment.
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