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Keypad Operation Applications for keypad terminals are controlled by pressing function keys that filtype to screen objects. Chapter Objectives Chapter Troubleshooting and Maintenance Chapter Objectives This chapter tells how to isolate and correct common operating problems and perform routine maintenance tasks. This information is available from the application designer. Dimensions H x W x 48 Filwtype Inches braadley. Link Coupler Catalog No.
Running Applications Cursor Operation Cursor operation is configured by the application designer. Displays the starting module group of the terminal: Light Industrial EN 1: Screen Security Running Applications Screen Security Access to some application screens including the terminal configuration screens may be restricted.
Cursor indicates selected item Active selection is highlighted Vertical bar indicates active control list Active List Item Active item is highlighted. Resetting the Terminal Resetting the terminal re-initializes the PanelView terminal same as cycling power. Backlight Turns the backlight On, Off or to Timed mode.
Alternately tighten the self-locking nuts until the terminal is held firmly against the panel. The Alarm List stores a maximum of alarms or as many as the terminal can hold in nonvolatile RAM. Chapter 3 Chapter Objectives Chapter Configuring the Terminal Chapter Objectives This chapter shows how to use the Configuration Mode menu to configure terminal settings and perform operations including how to: Terminal Overview Feature Description Function Keys F1 – F16 Use the function keys on keypad terminals to initiate functions on the terminal display.
One end of the cable connects to the HHT connector and the other end connects to the DH programming connector on the terminal.
A bradlry key legend kit is available for each terminal except the Micro to create custom labels for the function keys. Contact your Allen-Bradley representative for availability. The character is entered in the Display Area.
This area scrolls so you can enter a string that is longer than the Display Area. The conditioning process takes approximately 30 minutes and will not start micto the terminal is inactive and in screen saver mode. Data is entered manually using the numeric entry keys. You are only allowed to change the Node Address and Interscan Delay settings.
To print the manual completely, please, download it. Running Applications Describes objects common to most applications. Xllen list automatically scrolls to display the status of an item. Error appears in the upper left corner.
Like numeric entry controls, the ASCII entry control can appear on a screen as a keypad enable button or a cursor point. Before running an application, you must know the functions of all screens and screen objects.
SMAX Highest ControlNet node address which can communicate during the scheduled portion of the network update interval. If the cursor is at the first or last item in a screen list, pressing the Up arrow when at top or Down arrow when at bottom will either: Do not exit this screen until viewing adjustments are acceptable.
Chapter Running Applications Chapter Objectives This chapter describes operating procedures common to most applications: Page Index terminals installation Terminal codes types B ControlLogix terminology B ControlNet time and date setup DeviceNet touch screen terminals B Ethernet — available options terminal information troubleshooting boot revision correcting problems current application problems firmware revision font file in use Page Self-test Numbers The self-test numbers appear on the screen during powerup.
Page 97 Using a Memory Card 4. Running Applications Two types of controls allow a numeric value at a controller address: Page 87 Configuring the Terminal Normal Intensity Adjusts the intensity of the display with each key press: DeviceNet Fault Codes Indicates: See chapter 1 for LED locations on other terminals. The following controllers are supported: An Allen-Bradley token-passing baseband link for a local area network.
Page 77 Configuring the Terminal Configuring Presets Select Preset Operations from the Configuration Mode menu to set the values of control objects after a reset or power cycle.
Cursor Keys Use the cursor keys to move the cursor in displayed lists, to select a numeric entry object or to enter configuration mode. Don’t show me this message again.
Installing the PV Terminal Clearances When installing the PV terminal, allow adequate space for mounting, air flow, maintenance, memory card and legend strip installation. Mounting nuts must be tightened to a torque of P-1 Contents brzdley Manual. Terminal Overview Feature Description Function Keys F1 – F10 Use the function keys on keypad terminals to initiate functions on the terminal display.
The PanelView Micro does not support a memory card.