Keypad-Remote I/O Communication and RS-232 Printer Port 10 in. Color Display
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The 2711-K10C1L1 terminal is a product from Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation that is part of the PanelView 1000 product line. It has a 10.1-inch multi-color display, a keypad for input, and an input power rating of 24 Volts DC, with 256 KB of memory for storing data, files, and applications. This standard terminal comes with a NEMA 12, 13, or 4x enclosure. It also has the 2711-ND3 PanelBuilder 32 software that enhances the smooth operations of the machine and RS-232 Printer port as well as the Remote input and output to improve adaptable communication. The Allen-Bradley 2711-K10C1L1 terminal and the entire PanelView 1000 standard series of terminals feature the pixel graphics functionality. They also offer options for color, monochrome, and grayscale screen types. These automated operator interface solutions come in different sizes as well as configurations to help meet the needs of specific applications. All these terminals function with the same development software, which simplifies the programming process and enhances user productivity.
The PanelView 1000 terminals like the 2711-K10C1L1 terminal communicate by using the SLCs and PLCs through serial communication or over the DeviceNet, EtherNet, ControlNet DH+, DH-485, and the I/O networks. Other features that make the 2711-K10C1L1 standard terminal unique include but are not limited to advanced alarm handling, an ATA PC memory card, screen security, universal language support, online printing, and analog gauges. If the 2711-K10C1L1 PanelView 1000 terminal does not start correctly, first check the power supply. Ensure that the wiring and connections to the power supply as well as the input voltage source are correct. Additionally, it is essential to see that the negative and positive ends of the DC power source are attached to the right terminals.