|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
|Shipping:||Worldwide shipping via DHL, UPS, Fedex, and TNT|
|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 2711-NL3 in 3-5 days.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The 2711-NL3 is an Allen-Bradley PanelView 600 replacement part for the keypad or for the touchscreen terminal input. The 2711-NL3 is used as a backlit screen for the PanelView 600 Series A and Series B backlight. The 2711-NL3 comes with an input power rating of 18 to 32 Volts DC. The module uses the PanelBuilder32 software for the programming and configuration of the drive. The PanelBuilder32 software is supported by a personal computer. The 2711-NL3 supports firmware versions 1.00 to 4.48. For a prolonged machine life, it is important that the users set the intensity value to less than 100. The unit also features the Cold Cathode Fluorescent (CCF) type of backlight which comes as a field replaceable light that can be functional for over 50,000 hours at 25 degrees Celsius. The display type for the 2711-NL3 is a color active-matrix TFT and it comes with a resolution of 320 x 234. The 2711-NL3 keypad description features a stainless steel domed membrane and it comes with 10 keypad function keys. The real-time clock for the unit features a battery-backed clock to timestamp critical data.
The ambient operating temperature range for the 2711-NL3 is 0 to 50 degrees Celsius while the ambient storage temperature range is -25 to 70 degrees Celsius. The 2711-NL3 features a heat dissipation of 17 to 32 watts featuring a relative humidity of 5 to 95%, non-condensing. The 2711-NL3 features a shock absorption of 15 grams when it is not operating. The unit’s backlight contains mercury. Therefore, when disposing of the element, it is necessary for the 2711-NL3 to be collected separately for safety. In addition, when carrying out any installation, repair, or servicing of the equipment, make sure to disconnect all the power from the unit before replacing the backlight. Make sure to avoid touching the exposed electronic components so as to prevent damage from electrostatic discharge. The installers of the 2711-NL3 should use proper anti-ESD equipment.