|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
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|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 2711P-B15C15A2.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The 2711P-B15C15A2 is an Allen-Bradley PanelView Plus 1500 terminal. It has a touchscreen keypad which allows users to key in the information and data needed in their operations. It also has a 15-inch color display which allows operators to control and maintain systems in the industrial system. It also has a ControlNet communication port. In addition to this, it contains an AC power logic module with a memory capacity of 128 MB. This memory enables users to store information for future reference. It also enhances the speed of the 2711P-B15C15A2, making it perform faster.
In the 2711P-B15C15A2 are communication ports through which the users are enabled to do operations relating to communication and they are the Ethernet, RS-232, and USB ports. This panel operates a Microsoft Windows CE NET and the FactoryTalk View software which offers the users the ability to configure applications which they may need to perform various operations. The color display on this device enables the operators to have the option of using this device as a standalone or part of an integrated work. It also enables the users to view what is going on. This device also has a high interface resolution which gives the operators an ability to customize their operations in a simple way. The 2711P-B15C15A2 can be operated with DC power which makes it cost effective and economical to the users because it enables them to reduce energy costs. The DC connection is made through the quick connect plug or other input optional plugs that are on this device. Before installing this device, users should also ensure that all the parts of this device are properly connected to prevent the operators from being shocked. Ethernet connections can also be made to this device to allow the operators to download applications. This is done by setting up a data link that is connected to the Ethernet. The temperatures for operating this device should not exceed 40 degrees Celsius.