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The Allen-Bradley 2706-M1N is a display terminal that has a 16-key interface. It is similar to the 2706-M1N1, but the 2706-M1N has ASCII triggering and the 2706-M1N1 does not. This terminal belongs to the Allen-Bradley MessageView series. This terminal is designed to be versatile and suitable for work with various logic controllers and other peripherals. There are three variations of this product. These are a display with a numeric input, display-only, and a display with a numeric input and programmable function keys. The 2706-M1N has an RS -232 communication port on its central logic board. This terminal can communicate with SLC and PLC processors across a universal remote I/O or an RS-232-C link. Users also can use the 2706-M1N with a communication DaughterBoard that has an adapter port for the universal remote I/O link.
The MessageView 2706-M1N has two terminal memories, the application memory, and the historical event memory. The historical event memory can store 4000 messages and the application memory can store 4096 messages. The supply voltage of this display terminal is 18 to 30 Volts DC, the nominal voltage is 24 Volts DC, and the maximum power consumption is 20W. Pay attention to the power rating of external power supply before connecting it to this terminal. If the power exceeds the rating of this terminal, an accident may occur. The operating temperature range of the 2706-M1N is 0 to 55 degrees Celsius while the storage temperature range is -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.
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!