Operator touch panel series has 7 user defined keys

AutomationDirect's new EA3 series operator touch panels are available in 8- and 10-in. versions and feature seven user-defined function keys, 30 MB of memory, and a USB type-B programming port.

05/28/2014


AutomationDirect's new EA3 series operator touch panels are available in 8 and 10-inch versions and feature seven user-defined function keys, 30MB of memory, and a USB type-B programming port. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect's new EA3 series operator touch panels are available in 8 and 10-inch versions and are equipped with TFT LCD 800 x 600 pixel displays and a palette of 32,000 colors for customizing objects, screen backgrounds and displaying bitmap graphics. The panels have 30 MB of memory and feature seven user-defined function keys, each key with a user-defined red LED indicator. Additional features include a USB type-B programming port, two serial communications ports (15-pin and RJ12) and built-in alarm control setup.

In landscape mode, the panels can display 100 lines of static text, maximum 200 characters wide; in portrait mode the screens can display 133 lines of static text, maximum 150 characters wide. The panels also support 40 characters of dynamic text with embedded variables.

The EA3 series panels are UL rated for use on a flat surface of NEMA4/4X enclosures. Panels are powered from a Class 2, 12-24 V dc power supply.

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