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Selection GuideVisualization SolutionsPanelView Terminals and Industrial Computers, Monitors, and Thin ClientsProductSpecificationsPanelView 5310PanelView 5500PanelView Plus 7 PerformancePanelView Plus 7 StandardPanelView Plus 6MobileViewPanelView 800VersaView 5000Industrial Computers and Monitors

Visualization SolutionsWhat’s InsideTopicPageAdd Visualization to Your Control System3PanelView 5310 Terminals17PanelView 5500 Terminals19PanelView Plus 7 – Performance Terminals21PanelView Plus 7 – Standard Terminals25PanelView Plus 6 – 700, 1000, 1250, and 1500 Terminals27PanelView Plus 6 – 400 and 600 Terminals31PanelView Plus 6 – Compact Terminals33MobileView Tethered Operator Terminals35PanelView 800 Terminals37PanelView Terminal Accessories39VersaView 5000 Computers536181P Integrated Display Computers57Hazardous Location Computers63Non-display Computers65VersaView 5100 Monitors67Industrial Monitors69Industrial Computer Accessories71HMI Software77This selection guide is meant to help you make initial decisions for the visualization products that are best suited for yoursystem requirements. For detailed technical specifications, certifications, and environmental specifications, see thedocumentation links on the front cover of this selection guide.For assistance and validation in final product selections, consider using the Configuration and Selection tools available ex.html.What’s NewTo help you optimize productivity, Rockwell Automation is expanding its product line with the PanelView 5310 terminals.These terminals are operator-interface terminals for small- to medium-sized applications. They monitor and control devicesthat are attached to ControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5370, and CompactLogix 5380 series controllersover an EtherNet/IP network. Animated graphic and text displays provide operators a view into the operating state of amachine or process. Operators interact with the control system by using the touch screen or keypad of the terminal.For more information about PanelView 5310 terminals, including complete technical specifications, certifications, andenvironmental specifications, see the PanelView 5310 Specifications Technical Data, publication 2713P-TD001.2Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemAs a machine builder or end user, you design control solutions with an eye toward how to improve safety, achieve higherlevels of performance and efficiency, and better integrate with the rest of the manufacturing operation. To achieve thesegoals, you need a scalable, modular control system that offers safety, throughput, and information management capabilitiesto match the requirements of each application.Visualization products from Rockwell Automation comprise a suite of scalable HMI software and operator interface hardwarethat provide plant floor machine operators, supervisors, engineers, and business managers a window to critical data andproduction and process information. All of this information can be obtained from the plant floor and displayed on a local HMIor remotely on a web browser.Whether it’s a machine-level or site-level HMI, a Windows CE platform, a smaller component HMI, or an industrial computer,Rockwell Automation has a portfolio of visualization solutions to match your system requirements. Use the following tablesto help you decide which products to use.To control a machine, consider these optionsTo control a site, consider these optionsIf you want to use Consider this product line If you want to use Consider this product line Open architecture with your own software:VersaView 5200 Thin ClientDisplay-only MonitorsVersaView 51006176M6186MSmall or Medium ComputersVersaView 5400Thin ClientVersaView 5200 Thin ClientLarge Computers6181P or 6177RSmall or Medium ComputersVersaView 5400Hazardous Location Computers6181XLarge Computers6181P or 6177RDisplay-only MonitorsVersaView 51006176M6186MHazardous Location Computers6181XSmall HMI SystemsPanelView 5310PanelView 800PanelView Plus 7 StandardPanelView Plus 6 CompactMedium or Large HMI SystemsPanelView Plus 6Panelview Plus 7 PerformancePanelView 5500PanelView 5510Mobile ViewIn addition, consider the following questions, along with the PanelView Terminal Comparison table on page 4, and theconfiguration diagrams beginning on page 10, to guide your selection: Which controller and communication network are you connecting to? Which development environment (runtime version) does the terminal need to support? Which terminal size and screen count do you need? How many controllers and alarms do you need? Which features are required and desired?Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 20183

4YesYesYesYesYesYesYes (Hard)YesYesHigh Performance FeaturesHigh Speed on Screen ButtonsScalable Vector GraphicsProperty BindingAutomatic RescalingAlignment GuidesEvents and CommandsNavigation Button with on Screen Pop-up MenuPredefined controller/network/terminal status screensSmart Runtime Error NotificationsYesYesYesYesYesYesYes (Soft)YesYes50/1/10006, 7W, 9W, 12W7, 7W, 9W, 10, 12W, 15, 19100/1/1000-v30 (View Designerv4 )v30 (View Designerv4 )-Yes (Studio 5000, v27 )Yes (Studio 5000, v29 )Yes (Studio 5000, v30 )-PanelView 5310Yes (Studio 5000, v27 )Yes (Studio 5000, v29 )Yes (Studio 5000, v30 )-Screen Count / Controllers / AlarmsFactoryTalk ME SoftwareConnected Components Workbench SoftwareScaleScreen Size (Rounded Inches)Studio 5000 EnvironmentConnectivityCompactLogix & ControlLogix (L6, L7) ControllersCompactLogix 5380 (L3) & ControlLogix 5580 (L8) ControllersCompactLogix 5480PLC-5/SLC Controllers - EthernetPLC-5/SLC/MicroLogix Controllers - Serial (DF1)PLC-5/SLC Controllers - DH / ControlNetMicro800 ControllersThird Party ControllersDevelopment EnvironmentPanelView 5510PanelView Terminal ComparisonYesYesYesYesYesYesYes (Hard)YesYes100/1/10007, 9W, 10, 12W, 15, 19-v27 (View Designerv2 )Yes (Studio 5000, v27 )Yes (Studio 5000, v29 )Yes (Studio 5000, v30 )-PanelView 5500-7, 9W, 10, 12W, 15, 19No limit (based onmemory and CPU)3.2, 4, 5.x, 6.x, 7, 8.x, 9.x--4W, 6, 7, 9W, 10, 12W, 1550 (25 replace, 25 on-topfaceplates)/1/5005.1, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, 9.x--YesYesYesYesYesYes-YesYesPanelView Plus 7StandardYesYesPanelView Plus 7PerformanceThis table provides a quick glance at comparisons between the different PanelView HMI terminal platforms.PanelView HMI Terminals-4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 15No limit (based onmemory and CPU)3.2, 4, 5.x, 6.x, 7, 8.x, 9.x--YesYesYesYesYesYesYesPanelView Plus 6-25/1/2004, 6, 105.1, 7, 8.x, 9.x--YesYesYesYesYesYesPanelView Plus 6Compact-10WNo limit (based onmemory and CPU)3.2, 4, 5.x, 6.x, 7, 8.x, 9.x--YesYesYesYesYesMobileView-25/1/200 **4, 7, 107, 8.x, 9.x,10.x-YesYesYes-L1, L2, L3(2)-PanelView 800Add Visualization to Your Control SystemRockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018VNC ServerFTP ServerRemote Desktop ClientVNC ClientReportingEmailSecurityLocal UsersFactoryTalk Software UsersMicrosoft Active Directory UsersWeb HMI Server (Remote Viewing / Control)RecipesRecipe ManagerMacrosRemote AccessBackup / Restore / CloningAlarmingHMI-based AlarmsAutomatic display of Logix-based AlarmsDataloggingHMI-based DatalogController-based DatalogGraphicsHigh Resolution and Wide ScreensCustom Graphic ReuseVector GraphicsDisplay Import / ExportFaceplatesDisplay Reuse with ParametersAnimationPortrait / Landscape Display ModeMulti-language SupportLanguage SwitchingLocalized KeyboardOtherDevice Level RingActiveX ControlsEnhanced Write FilterEmulatorYes (View Designer v4 )Load project fromremovable media (ViewDesigner v4 )YesYes (View Designer v4 )Load project fromremovable media (ViewDesigner v4 )Yes (View Designer v4 )FutureYes-Yes (View Designer v4 )FutureYes-Future - Remote clientsupportYesFutureYesFutureFuture - Remote clientsupportYesYesYesFutureYes (View Designer v4 )YesYesFutureYesYesYesFutureYes (View Designer v4 )YesYesFutureFuture-Yes (View Designer v4 )-Yes (View Designer v4 )-Future-FutureYesPanelView 5310FutureYesPanelView 5510PanelView Terminal Comparison (continued)Yes--Yes (View Designer v4 )---YesYes (View Designer v4 )Load project fromremovable media (ViewDesigner v4 )Yes-YesYesYesYes (View Designer v4 )YesYes--Yes (View Designer v4 )-YesPanelView 5500YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesFactoryTalk sYesWith CSV Export-Yes-PanelView Plus 7PerformanceYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesFactoryTalk YesYes-With CSV Export-Yes-PanelView Plus 7StandardYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesFactoryTalk ViewpointYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes-With CSV Export-Yes-PanelView Plus 6YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesFactoryTalk ViewpointYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes-With CSV Export-Yes-PanelView Plus 6CompactYesYesYesYesYes - can be installedYes - can be installedYesYes - can be es-With CSV sYesYesYesWith CSV Export-Yes-PanelView 800Add Visualization to Your Control System5

6YesYescULus; CE; KCC; RCM;RoHS; EACYesYesYes (View Designer v4 )cULus; CE; KCC; RCM; RoHS;EACClass I Div 2Major CertificationsHazardous LocationsRockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018Input typeFutureHigh Bright DisplayDisplaytouch screenkeypad/ touchscreenLED backlit LCD, 24-bit16.7M colors,widescreen optionsFutureConformal CoatingModified TerminalsYesYes (View Designer v4 )YesYes (View Designer v4 )touch screenLED backlit LCD, 24-bit16.7M colors,widescreen options---YesYes-PanelView 5310YesYes-TagsLogix Tag Extended PropertiesDirect Reference TagsHMITagsTrendingReal-time TrendingHistorical TrendingTroubleshootingSmart Runtime Error NotificationsDevice Diagnostic Screens (PLC and HMI)ViewersPDFExcelPowerPointWordWeb BrowserMedia PlayerCertificationsPanelView 5510PanelView Terminal Comparison (continued)touch screenkeypad/touch screenLED backlit LCD,262K colors,widescreen options--Class I Div 2cULus; CE; KCC; RCM;RoHSYes (View Designer v4 )-YesYesYesYes (View Designer v4 )YesYes-PanelView 5500touch screenkeypad/touch screenLED backlit LCD,262K colors,widescreen optionsFuture7 in., 9 in. (wide), 10 in.,12 in. (wide), 15 in., 19 in.Class I Div 2cULus; CE; KCC; RCM;RoHSYesYesYesYesYesYesFaceplates ActiveXYesYesYesYesPanelView Plus 7Performancetouch screenLED backlit LCD,262K colors,widescreen options-keypadtouch screenkeypad/touch screenLED backlit LCD,262K colors,grayscale options12 in.7 in., 12 in.Class I Div 2Class I Div 2; ATEX Zone 2,22,INMETRO Zone 2, 22-cULus; CE; KCC; lFaceplates ActiveXYesYesYesYesPanelView Plus 6cULus; CE; KCC; RCM;RoHS; EACYes-Faceplates ActiveXYesYesYesYesPanelView Plus 7Standardkeypadtouch screenkeypad/touch screenLED backlit LCD,262K colors,grayscale options--Class I Div 2cULus; CE; KCC; RCM;RoHSYes-Faceplates ActiveXYesYesYesYesPanelView Plus 6CompactFunction keys/touchTouchLED backlit LCD,262K colors---cULus; CE; RCM; RoHSYesYes-Faceplates ActiveXYesYesYesYesMobileViewtouch screentouch screen 4 keysLED backlit LCD,65K colors,widescreen options--Class I Div 2cULus; CE; KCC; RCM; RoHS--Yes-Micro800 onlyYesPanelView 800Add Visualization to Your Control System

Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018page 19DCYes1 GB RAM and 500 MB userstorageNoneNoneYesEtherNet/IP with DLRsupportpage 17DCYes1 GB RAM and 500 MBuser storageNoneNoneYesEtherNet/IPPanelView 5310page 19AC or DCYes512 MB RAM and 250 MBuser storageNoneNoneYesEtherNet/IP with DLRsupportPanelView 5500Windows CE 6.0 operating system supports these features: FTP Server, VNC client/server, PDF reader, Active X controls, third-party device support.(2) Only applies to CompactLogix 5370, excluding L37.(1)More InformationPowerSD CardUser storageDesktopOperating systemUSBCommunicationPanelView 5510PanelView Terminal Comparison (continued)page 21AC or DCYes512 MB RAM and 512 MBstorageApprox. 80 MBnonvolatile storage forapplicationsSecured Desktop AccessWindows CE 6.0operating system(1)YesEtherNet/IP with DLRsupportKepware Server availableto support third-partyEthernet protocols.PanelView Plus 7Performancepage 25DCYes512 MB RAM and 512 MBstorageApprox. 80 MBnonvolatile storage forapplicationsSecured Desktop AccessWindows CE 6.0operating system(1)YesEtherNet/IP with optionalDLR supportKepware Server availableto support third-partyEthernet protocols.PanelView Plus 7Standardpage 27 and page 31AC or DCYes400 and 600 only–256 MB RAM/512 MBnonvolatile memory(approx. 73 MB free usermemory)700 to 1500–512 MB RAM/512 MBnonvolatile memory(approx. 79 MB free usermemory)Secured Desktop AccessWindows CE 6.0operating system(1)YesEtherNet/IP, DF1 (RS232), and DH-485 (RS232).Optional communicationmodules for 7-inch andlarger sizes to supportDH , DH-485 (RS-485),and ControlNet.Kepware Server availableto support third-partyEthernet and RS-232protocols (Modbus TCP/RTU).PanelView Plus 6page 33DCYes400 and 600 only–256 MB RAM/512 MBnonvolatile memory(approx. 73 MB free usermemory)1000 only–512 MB RAM/512 MBnonvolatile memory(approx. 79 MB free usermemory)Secured Desktop AccessWindows CE 6.0operating system(1)YesEtherNet/IP, DF1 (RS232), and DH-485 (RS232).Kepware Server availableto support third-partyEthernet and RS-232protocols (Modbus TCP/RTU).PanelView Plus 6CompactYespage 35DCYes (internal only)4 GB DRAM/32 GB FlashNoneMicrosoft WindowsEmbedded Standard 7 SP1EtherNet/IPMobileViewpage 37DCYes256 MB RAM and 256 MBstorageNoneNoneYesEtherNet/IP, DF1, and DH-485Third-party communications:Modbus ASCII, Modbus RTU(Master and Slave/Unsolicited), and Modbus TCP.PanelView 800Add Visualization to Your Control System7

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemIndustrial Computers and Thin ClientsRockwell Automation industrial computers and monitors are built with high-grade components that are critical to the safetyand success of applications in demanding industrial environments: Seamless integration with the full suite of Rockwell Software solutions, including the Integrated Architecture platform and FactoryTalk View software Utilities for system backup and restore, hardware analysis, and troubleshooting Unit-level immediate exchange program to reduce downtimeIf you need the processing power of an industrial computer with open-desktop and modern operating-system support,choose from the following options:VersaView 5000ComputersVersaView 5200ThinManager ThinClients6181P IntegratedDisplay IndustrialComputersHazardous LocationComputersNon-Display ComputersVersaView 5100MonitorsIndustrial MonitorsComplete line of openarchitecture industrialPCs, and monitors. Theopen architecturesupports modernoperating systems andvarious softwareapplications. Availablein both compact nondisplay and integrateddisplay versions. Idealfor standard HMIapplications.Integrated display andnon-displayThinManager thinclients that aredesigned to delivercontent in harshindustrialenvironments.Select models with andwithout displays forhigh performanceapplications. Ideal forcomplex and large HMIapplications withintegrated displays.Extreme environmentcomputers that combinesafety with extendedoperating temperatureratings. These computersare designed to endurethe harsh extremes ofheat and cold.Machine or rack-mountcomputers forapplications where youdo not need a display. Thefocus of these computersis on expandability. Idealfor complex and largeHMI applications withexternal displays.All widescreenindustrial monitors thatprovide modernconnectivity with fullHD options. Thesemonitors feature nativeDisplayPort, DVI, andVGA connectivity to avariety of computingdevices.Standard andPerformance options forwhen you need a Class 1Div 2 rated industrialmonitor to enhance yoursystem.page 55page 53page 57page 63page 65page 67page 698Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemPanelView HMI TerminalsPanelView 5310 terminals, PanelView 5500 terminals, PanelView Plus 7 Performance terminals, PanelView Plus 7 Standardterminals, PanelView Plus 6 terminals, MobileView tethered operator terminals, PanelView 800 terminals, Studio 5000 ViewDesigner , FactoryTalk View Machine Edition, and FactoryTalk View Site Edition provide premier integration in a number ofways: Reduced programming time with Logix native addressing and the ability to browse directly to Logix tags withoutcreating a separate database. Simplified interaction of all networks with support for all Core Integrated Architecture CIP networks includingEtherNet/IP , ControlNet, and numerous other drivers. Simplified development time with pre-engineered, pre-tested faceplates (not currently available for Panelview 5500terminals) for specific motion, drives, and process applications.PanelView HMI terminals are available with the following levels of control: Component Class Small Control Class Integrated Architecture ClassRockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 20189

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemComponent ClassThis class combines a simple, powerful control core, a full suite of associated components, and a dedicated set of classleading application development tools. These features provide enough control to meet machine control and end-customerrequirements in the shortest possible time.Typical ConfigurationsMicro800 with PanelView 800Network10Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemSmall Control ClassThis scalable control system helps machine builders and their customers cost-effectively match their application needs andstandardize on one control platform while receiving real-time information for smaller applications.Typical ConfigurationsThe following configurations are typically used in the midrange class: Star configuration Linear configuration Device Level Ring configurationStar ConfigurationRockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 201811

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemLinear Configuration12Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemDevice Level Ring ConfigurationThe PanelView Plus 7 standard terminal and the CompactLogix 5370 controller provide an integrated, Device Level Ring(DLR) capable solution for mid-size applications. Typically, these applications are machine-level control applications thatrequire smaller I/O quantities and benefit from EtherNet/IP communication capabilities. PanelView Plus 7 Performanceterminals come with DLR and PanelView Plus 7 Standard terminals have DLR only as an option.CompactLogix 5380Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 201813

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemIntegrated Architecture ClassThe Integrated Architecture system is unique in that it offers scalable, integrated safety, motion control, and visualizationcapabilities that are ideal for machine builders and end users who want one control and development environment,regardless of the application size or complexity. Large control systems integrate all control disciplines - process batch,discrete, drives, safety, and motion - into one connected and segmented, plant-wide infrastructure that uses a commondesign environment for all automation disciplines.Typical ConfigurationsThe following configurations are typically used in the integrated architecture class: Star configuration Linear configuration Device Level Ring configurationStar Configuration550014Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemLinear Configuration[Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 201815

Add Visualization to Your Control SystemDevice Level Ring ConfigurationFLEX I/O16Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

PanelView 5310 TerminalsPanelView 5310 terminals are operator interface terminals forsmall- to medium-sized applications. They monitor and controldevices that are attached to ControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix5580, CompactLogix 5370, and CompactLogix 5380 seriescontrollers over an EtherNet/IP network. Animated graphic andtext displays provide operators a view into the operating state of amachine or process. Operators interact with the control system byusing the touch screen.Features include the following: Tightly-integrated control and design environment forinformation sharing between the terminal and the Logix platforms Studio 5000 environment provides one point of access for both Studio 5000 View Designer and Studio 5000 LogixDesigner applications Connection to one ControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5370, CompactLogix 5380, andCompactLogix 5480 series controller running V27 firmware or later Supports up to 50 displays in the application Supports up to 1000 Logix-based alarmsTerminal FeaturesFeaturesDescriptionHigh memory capacity1 GB RAM and 500 MB user storagePower inputDCCommunication portsOne 10/100Base-T, Auto MDI/MDI-X, Ethernet/IP port for controller communicationUSB portsOne USB high-speed 2.0 host port (type A) support removable flash drive for external storageSecure Digital (SD) card slotOne SD card slotSoftwareStudio 5000 environment provides single portal to View Designer and Logix Designer applicationsPreferred controllerControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5370, 5380 series controllers, and CompactLogix 5480 series controllersFor complete technical specifications, certifications, and environmental specifications on the PanelView 5310 terminals, referto the PanelView 5310 Specifications Technical Data, publication 2713P-TD001.Terminal SelectionModel6 in.7 in. (wide)9 in. (wide)12 in. (wide)Cat. No.2713P – T6CD12713P – T6CD1-B2713P – T7WD12713P – T7WD1-B2713P – T9WD12713P – T9WD1-B2713P – T12WD12713P – T12WD1-BColor DisplaySizeInputInputPowerBrandIdentityx6 in.x7 in. (wide)TouchDC9 in. (wide)12 in. (wide)xxFor information about accessories that are available for these terminals, see page 39.Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 201817

PanelView 5310 TerminalsNotes:18Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

PanelView 5500 TerminalsPanelView 5500 terminals are operator interface terminals. Theymonitor and control devices that are attached to ControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5370, CompactLogix5380, and CompactLogix 5480 series controllers over anEtherNet/IP network. Animated graphic and text displays provideoperators a view into the operating state of a machine or process.Operators interact with the control system by using the touchscreen or keypad of the terminal.Features include the following: Tightly integrated control and design environment allows forinformation sharing between the terminal and the Logix platforms Studio 5000 environment provides one point of access for both Studio 5000 View Designer and Studio 5000 LogixDesigner applications Connection to one ControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5370, CompactLogix 5380, andCompactLogix 5480 series controller running V27 firmware or later Ethernet communication that supports Device Level Ring (DLR), linear, and star network topologies Supports up to 100 displays in the application Supports up to 1000 Logix-based alarmsTerminal FeaturesFeaturesDescriptionHigh memory capacity512 MB RAM and 250 MB user storagePower inputDC or ACCommunication portsTwo 10/100Base-T, Auto MDI/MDI-X, built-in DLR Ethernet/IP ports for controller communication.USB portsTwo USB high-speed 2.0 host ports (type A) support removable flash drives for external storageSoftwareStudio 5000 environment provides single portal to View Designer and Logix Designer applicationsPreferred controllerControlLogix 5570, ControlLogix 5580, CompactLogix 5370, CompactLogix 5380, and Compact 5480 series controllersFor complete technical specifications, certifications, and environmental specifications on the PanelView 5500 terminals, referto the PanelView 5500 Specifications Technical Data, publication 2715-TD001.Terminal SelectionModelCat. No.Color CA7 in.2715-T7CA-B2715-B7CDAC7 in.DC2715-B7CD-BTouch withkeypad2715-B7CAAC2715-B7CA-B2715-T9WD9 in. (wide)2715-T9WD-B2715-T9WA2715-T9WA-BInputPowerDC9 in. (wide)TouchACBrandIdentityxxxxxxRockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 201819

PanelView 5500 TerminalsTerminal SelectionModelCat. No.Color A-B2715-B10CDAC10 in.DC2715-B10CD-BTouch withkeypad2715-B10CAAC2715-B10CA-B2715-T12WD12 in. (wide)2715-T12WD-B2715-T12WADC12 in. ouch2715-T15CA15 in.2715-T15CA-B2715-B15CDAC15 in.DC2715-B15CD-BTouch withkeypad2715-B15CAAC2715-B15CA-B2715-T19CD19 DC2715-T10CD-B10 in.InputPowerDC19 in.TouchACxxxxxxxxxxxxFor information about accessories that are available for these terminals, see page 39.20Rockwell Automation Publication VIEW-SG001T-EN-P - May 2018

PanelView Plus 7 – Performance TerminalsPanelView Plus 7 performance terminals are operator interface terminals.They monitor and control devices attached to ControlLogix andCompactLogix controllers on an EtherNet/IP network. Animated graphicand text displays provide operators a view into the operating state of amachine or process. Operators interact with the control system by usingtouch screen or keypad input.Features include the following: FactoryTalk View Machine Edition software provides a familiar environment for creating HMI applications. Windows CE operating system with desktop access for configuration and third-party applications. Connection to ControlLogix or CompactLogix controllers. Ethernet communication that can support Device Level Ring (DLR), linear, or star network topologies. Web browser, Microsoft file viewers, text editor, PDF viewer, remote desktop connection, and media player on theterminal desktop. Conformal-coating available for all DC power, touch-only terminals. Stainless steel, hygienic, brandless, DC-power, and conformal-coating are available for the 9-in. wide-screen, touchonly units and the 12-in. wide-screen, touch- only units.Terminal FeaturesFeaturesDescriptionHigh memory capacity512 MB RAM and 512 MB storageApprox. 80 MB nonvo

PanelView Plus 7 – Standard Terminals 25 PanelView Plus 6 – 700, 1000, 1250, and 1500 Terminals 27 PanelView Plus 6 – 400 and 600 Terminals 31 PanelView Plus 6 – Compact Terminals 33 MobileView Tethered Operator Terminals 35 PanelView 800 Terminals 37 PanelView

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