3Publication P-UMJ-EN-P – November 3. Summary of Changes. The information below summarizes the changes to this manual since the last. Our Bulletin P PanelView™ Plus Graphic Terminals are discontinued and no longer available for sale. Bulletin P PanelView Plus Graphic Terminals. Allen-Bradley P-B6C20D PanelView Plus Color TFT Terminal inch, Keypad and Touch Screen, Ethernet, RS and Modular
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Thanks for b6f20d quick response, Ken! Use the Product Lifecycle Status search tool to find specific lifecycle information by catalog number. User Manuals Wiring Diagrams.
It took me f-o-r-e-v-e-r to discover that you could drag down the window below where it says ‘Mode: Their only ‘complaint’ is the new password system. Thanks so much, Ken: RA did go to a “PanelView Plus 6” and changed some of the logic module part numbers.
My customer finally decided to go with the new PanelView. ProposalWorks — Build complete quotes and proposals.
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They would much rather have the old ‘type in a number’ password instead of the newer login with username and password. They start blinking again if I unplug the cable, and also when I use a cable that only has pins 2, 3, and 5 connected. In the PanelView program, the tags are b6c20r with [slc], and [ulogix2] i.
Therefore, I think the only option is a PanelView Plus. The solution was to toss the AS03 cable, and connect to the 6-pin Phoenix connector on the link coupler, as shown in my edited ‘ConnectionsR1’ picture.
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Still confused about the double colon added to some of the tag names though. I read HERE http: Looking for Additional Information?
Connect with the best — locally and globally. This has been running perfect for the last few months, and they now want to proceed upgrading the rest of their PanelViews. Streamline implementation and extend the value of your solution. Resurrecting this thread with an update: I did a handful of PanelView Standard to Plus conversions this spring also 6″ units.
Does this sound correct? Any way to make the new units use the old password method? I also noticed that the conversion process added double colons:: But they don’t look any prettier than the originals.
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I think we overlapped a little there. Let Rockwell Automation help you determine your migration options and show you the benefits, including better performance, more informed business decisions, reduced maintenance costs, and quicker response to changing market demands. In PanelBuilder, it’s in the RS comms setup.
Based on Rockwell’s Migration Guide http: The existing units are catalog B6C2. It has just one RS port. This did NOT work. What about the communication cable?
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I also tried swapping pins 2 and 3 for the hell of it. Saved me a lot of reading.