Touchscreen-DeviceNet Communication and RS-232 Printer Port 10 in. Color Display
|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
|Shipping:||Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT|
|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 2711-T10C10L1 in 3-5 days.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The 2711-T10C10L1 display panel is a touchscreen-enabled display panel from Allen-Bradley. The display panel is equipped with a DeviceNet communication adapter for internal communication. The display also has an RS-232 port for connecting a printer. This PanelView 1000 series display panel from Allen-Bradley is widely used in the industrial sector due to its easy-to-use user interface and its easy setup process. The design of the display panel is compact and it has a robust build. It comes with an enclosure for mounting the panel in different systems and locations. The display panel is not waterproof and it can only be used for indoor purposes. The 2711-T10C10L1 display panel has a rated operating temperature between 0 and 55 degrees Celsius. The display panel should not be exposed to a temperature beyond 55 degrees Celsius. When not in use, the display panel can be stored at a temperature between -25 and 70 degrees Celsius. The installation and storage area of the display panel should be relatively humid with a maximum humidity of 95%. The display panel can work even with vibrations of up to 2 G at 2000 Hertz.
The Allen-Bradley 2711-T10C10L1 display panel is equipped with a memory size of 256 KB and it uses a PanelBuilder 32-bit software to read the data stored in the display panel’s memory. The software runs on the Windows operating system. The display panel supports the ActiveX controls and the display panel also offers remote connectivity. It uses the vector-based graphics from Symbol Factory. It comes with a built-in PDF viewer for context-sensitive operator support. The 2711-T10C10L1 display panel supports the DataStore memory and logging and trending data storage which reduces the 300,000-point data point limit. The front side of the display panel has a fault status indicator which turns red when it detects a firmware or a hardware fault.