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Tells how to copy applications to and from a memory card. Running Applications Describes objects common to most applications. Preface Intended Audience No special knowledge is required to understand this manual or operate the PanelView terminals. Before running an application, you must know the functions of all screens and screen objects. This information is available from the application designer.

Equipment filetyps must be familiar with standard panel allej techniques. Preface Technical Support If you have questions about the PanelView terminals or the PanelBuilder32 software, please refer to the online manuals or online help provided with the PanelBuilder32 installation Fioetype. These publications are also available from the Automation Bookstore or Manuals Online at the www. Contact your Allen-Bradley representative for availability. The L1 in the catalog number indicates DC power.

Cursor Keys Use the cursor keys left, right, up, down as programmed function keys in addition to the F1 – F4 function keys or to These keys may have custom legends.

Sealing Gasket Seals the front of the terminal to an enclosure or panel. Terminal Overview Feature Description Function Keys On keypad terminals, use the function keys to initiate F1 – F10 functions on the terminal display.

Nameplate Label Provides product information. Terminal Overview Feature Description Function Keys F1 – F10 Use the function keys on keypad terminals to initiate functions on the terminal display.

Memory Card Slot Accepts a memory card which stores applications. Reset Button Resets the terminal. Terminal Overview Feature Description Function Keys F1 – F16 Use the function keys on keypad terminals to initiate functions on the terminal display.

Cursor Keys Use the cursor keys to move the cursor in displayed lists, to select a numeric entry object or to enter configuration mode. Terminal Overview Feature Description Function Keys F1 – F21 Use the function keys on keypad terminals to initiate functions on the terminal display.

Cursor Keys Use the cursor keys to move the cursor in displayed lists, to select a numeric entry object, or to enter configuration mode. Contrast Control Adjusts the contrast of the color display. Power Connection Terminals Connects to external power source. The first time you power on the terminal, no application file loadedthe terminal displays the Configuration Beadley menu. Chapter 3 describes the terminal functions you can configure from this menu.

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Terminal Overview Touch Screen Operation Applications for touch fi,etype terminals are controlled by touching screen objects. Keypad Operation Applications for keypad terminals are controlled by pressing function keys that correspond to screen objects. Data is entered manually using the numeric entry keys. A function key legend kit is available for each terminal except the Micro to create custom labels for the function keys.

The Alarm List stores a maximum of alarms or as many as the terminal can hold in nonvolatile RAM. The number of alarms stored in the list is configured using the PanelBuilder32 software. Contact Allen-Bradley for availability.

Not available for purchase. Terminal Overview Antiglare Overlay Self-adhesive filters minimize the reflection of terminal displays. aleln

Provides backlighting for LCD display. Electronic circuitry and an internal fuse protect the terminals from reverse polarity and over-voltage conditions. Secure the DC power wires to the terminal block screws. Resetting the Terminal Resetting the terminal re-initializes the PanelView terminal same as cycling power. Function keys do not appear on touch screen terminals. PV Keypad Terminal Note: This screen is only available for initial setup. 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: Function keys do not List appear on touch screen terminals.

Operations List Select an operation using the Up or Down arrow keys.

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The PanelView Micro does not support a memory card. Chapter 4 describes the transfer procedure. Configuring the Terminal Configuring Select Communication Setup from the Configuration Mode menu to display or change the communication settings for your PanelView Communications terminal.

The screen that appears depends on the communication protocol of the terminal. Displays the starting module group of the terminal: A PLC-5 controller passes data between the two networks. You are only allowed to change the Node Address and Interscan Delay settings.

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Panel View Error Code 31 (Panel Builder) – – Interactive Q & A

Wait for end of test. Check for duplicate nodes. Check for a node greater than UMAX.

The new baud is displayed after a reset. If the baud rate badley set to AutoBaud, active baud displays the rate set by the terminal. If the baud rate was set to PGM, the active baud displays the most recent baud stored on the communications card.

When you press F4, the numeric entry scratchpad opens. The IP address is formatted as four sets of decimal numbers with periods between them The range of values for the first set of decimal numbers is 1 -unless all fields are set to 0. 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. You can set presets to: This information may be needed Information when calling for technical ifletype.

Changes take effect immediately. Do not exit this screen until viewing adjustments are acceptable. Backlight Turns the backlight On, Off or to Timed mode. This parameter sets a daily schedule for conditioning the display of a PV monochrome terminal to prevent image burn-in.

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The conditioning process takes approximately 30 minutes and will not allem until the terminal is inactive and in screen saver mode. Configuring the Terminal Normal Intensity Adjusts the intensity of the display with each key press: The new setting takes effect immediately. Reset Video Resets the display to normal video default settings. On keypad terminals, the reset video [F15] key is also active on the Configuration Mode menu. Any printer that supports the IBM alllen character set can be connected to the RS printer port.

Manually adjust the printer to the top of the page before pressing the Top of Form button. It is required for: Using a Memory Card Loading Application The procedure below shows how to load an application on a memory card into the PanelView terminal.

Using a Memory Card 5. Press Restore From Card, [F2] on keypad terminals, to begin the transfer.

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Because this operation overwrites the current application in the terminal, you are prompted to abort or continue. F1 – Abort F2 – Continue The terminal displays the status of the transfer. Using a Memory Card Loading Application The steps below show how to load an application in the terminal onto a memory card. Using a Memory Card 4. The font file contains the character set for the language. Chapter Running Applications Chapter Objectives This chapter describes operating procedures common to most applications: Running Applications Screen Security Access to some application screens including the terminal configuration screens may be restricted.

Secured screens require you to enter a password before the screen is displayed. It is the responsibility of the application designer to provide operators with required passwords. Running Applications Control Lists Control lists perform functions similar to push buttons.

They can modify either individual bits or values at a controller address. Cursor indicates selected item Active selection is highlighted Vertical bar indicates active control list Active List Item Active item is highlighted.

Running Applications Cursor Indicates the selected item. Move the cursor up or down the control list using the Up and Down arrow keys. Cursor operation is configured by the application designer.

If the cursor is at the first or last item in a control list pressing the Up arrow when at the top or the Down arrow when at the bottom will either: Running Applications Cursor – Piloted Control Lists On a piloted control list, some items are under controller operation only. In addition, some items may be designated as inactive. You cannot select controller items or inactive items.