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The Allen-Bradley 2711-K9A1L1 is a 9-inch keypad terminal that provides an operator interface for monitoring, displaying information, and executing applications in the logic controller. It is a DC-version of the PV900M terminal that is part of Allen-Bradley’s Bulletin 2711 PanelView 900 Standard Operator Terminals series. The 2711-K9A1L1 needs a 24V DC power source. It has a maximum power consumption of 58 W (2.5 A) and a supply voltage ranging between 18 and 30V DC.
The 2711-K9A1L1 Monochrome Operator Interface allows users to enter commands with a set of 14 keys located at the right of the display that includes numeric keys (0-9) and plus, minus, decimal point, enter, and backspace keys. Its additional buttons include a set of cursor keys and 16 user-defined function keys. A Windows program called PanelBuilder32 software is needed for developing applications for the PanelView terminal.
The 2711-K9A1L1 Terminal comes with an RS-232 Printer Port and RIO Communication Port. It connects with printers that support the IBM enhanced character set. Between power cycles, the printer settings are maintained. The remote I/O communication port connects to a scanner or sub-scanner on an RIO network. On initial setup, an out-of-the-box screen opens for setting the RIO parameters. This screen will be erased once the application has been downloaded.
The discontinued Allen Bradley Panelview 900 2711-K9A1L1 has a monochrome display and it allows the user to connect using Panelbuilder 32 software and a Remote I/O or RS-232 Printer communication port with a 2711-NC14 communication cable(s). This unit has a1008 KB internal memory. This unit's internal backlight is non-replaceable. The approximate shipping weight and dimensions are 8 lbs. and 18 x 14 x 8 inches, respectively. The most common series are Series A, B, C, D, E, and F and the most common firmware is versions 1.00-4.48. The Remote I/O terminals connect to a PLC or SLC 500 controller (via the 1747-SN module) along with a ControlLogix system (via 1756-DHRIO) within the 1771 Remote I/O system. This supports both discrete and block data transferring. Application files are downloaded or uploaded using PanelBuilder32, Remote I/O Pass Through, or directly via the onboard RS-232 printing device port, or with a PC memory card.
The PanelView Standard operator terminals have multiple models: the 300, 550, 600, 900, 1000, and 1400. The PanelViews are Top Rated Electronic Operator Terminals engineered to suit your needs. The Panelviews have high performance flat panel designs or 14-inch CRTs. These electronic human interfaces feature excellent graphics capabilities. They have high performance functionality in color, gray scale and monochrome displays. The PanelView Standard family offers you rugged electronic human interface solutions. There are many different sizes and configurations to meet your specific requirements. This PanelView Standard class of operator interfaces offers you Flexible Communications and Controller Connectivity. There are several communication options such as Allen-Bradley’s MicroLogix, SLC 500, PLC, and ControlLogix, and other PLC manufacturers. HMI is the acronym for Human Machine Interface, which is an interface between the user and the machine. It provides a graphics-based visualization of an industrial control and monitoring system. It also provides a visual representation of a control system and provides real time data acquisition. A HMI can increase productivity by having a centralized control center that is user-friendly.