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The Allen-Bradley 2706-M1F1 is an interactive 32-key display terminal. It features 128 KB of Flash EPROM, special text formatting effects, ASCII insertion, and numeric entry. The text formatting provides flexibility in formatting the text in display graphics. These formats include scrolling, centering, blinking, and inverse text. The 128 KB of Flash EPROM can store approximately 4096 messages. These features can support logic controllers, machine control, and monitoring applications.
The MessageView 2706-M1F1 is a universal remote I/O communication device. It can communicate with slave message displays through the RS-232-C link. The electrical supply voltage of this display terminal ranges from 18 to 30 Volts DC and the maximum power consumption is 20 W. The 2706-M1F1 is UL Listed, CE Marked, NEMA Type 12, 13, and 4X rated, CSA Certified, and Class I, Division 2 rated for global operation. The size of this product’s VFD graphics display is 1.06 x 4.27 inches. The graphics display resolution is 128 x 32. The 2606-M1F1 terminal has an RS-232 communication port on its primary logic board. Users can use this port to upload and download applications, communicate with ASCII input devices, and to upload the historical event stack. This display terminal can also be used for network hosting in ASCII input devices, Bulletin 2711 PanelViewï€ products, and in 1747-SN remote I/O scanners.
The Allen Bradley MessageView displays are ideal for broadband communication over the factory and warehouse floor. These displays have a Vacuum Fluorescent display that feature 1, 2, or 4 lines of characters. Each terminal has a RS-232 port that allows for easy and adaptable communication. The terminals allow for program building through the Message Builder software. There are a variety of buttons that the user can use to input information into the MessageView. A unique feature of these terminals is the Historical Event Stack, which records messages with variable data that is embedded. That allows for the messages with certain attributes to be logged when they are triggered for easier searching and recording. The MessageView displays are effective tools for data, message, and alarm communication in your factory or warehouse!