With last week's release of CCW 8.0, it has also come to my attention that Rockwell has also released it's PanelView 800 family of small component HMI's.
The 4″ and 7″ models are currently factory stock to two week lead time, and the 10″ model should begin shipping by this time next month.
Below are the details of each model:
- Part Number: 2711R-T4T
- Display Size: 4″
- Resolution: 480 x 272 WQVGA
- Memory (Flash/SDRam:) 128mb/128mb
- Power Consumption (max:) 9 W
PanelView 800 7″ Touchscreen
- Part Number: 2711R-T7T
- Display Size: 7″
- Resolution: 800 x 480 WVGA
- Memory (Flash/SDRam:) 256mb/256mb
- Power Consumption (max:) 11 W
PanelView 800 10″ Touchscreen
- Part Number: 2711R-T10T
- Display Size: 10″
- Resolution: 800 x 600 SVGA
- Memory (Flash/SDRam:) 256mb/256mb
- Power Consumption (max:) 14 W
The PanelView 800 also sports many updates from it's predecessor, the PanelView Component, but has launched with the same list prices.
And with a processor that's four times as fast, double to quadruple the memory, and an average performance gain of over 100%, there seems no reason not to migrate from the PVc.
Below are some additional PanelView 800 specifications:
- Display: Color TFT LCD
- Color Depth: 65K
- OS: MS Windows CE 6.0
- CPU: 800 MHz
- Ethernet Port: 1 x RJ45 10/100 MB
- Serial Ports: Separate RS-232 and RS422/RS485 connectors (isolated)
- USB port and micro-SD (Secure Digital) card slot
- Operating Temperature: 0 – 50°C
- Ratings: NEMA 12, 13, 4X, IP65
- Power Supply: 24V DC
- Class 1 Division 2 certified
- Recipe Support: 50 recipe files
- Landscape and portrait mode
- Software Support: CCW 8.0 or later
Along with released of this new hardware, Rockwell has also made the following PanelView 800 documentation on their website:
- PanelView 800 Graphic Terminals Brochure, 2711R-BR001
- PanelView 800 Product Profile, 2711R-PP001
- PanelView 800 HMI Graphic Terminals Installation Instructions, 2711R-IN001
- PanelView 800 Graphic Terminals Adapter Plate Kit Installation Instructions, 2711R-IN002
- PanelView 800 Graphic Terminals User Manual, 2711R-UM001
Well that's everything we know so far about the PanelView 800. As we learn more in the coming weeks and months, we'll keep you posted.
And if you're one of the lucky few who gets to use one of these units in the near future, we'd love to hear what you think!
Until next time, Peace ✌️
Shawn M Tierney
Technology Enthusiast & Content Creator
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I’ve never used a PanelView Component display. What are the differences/limitation between them and a PanelView Plus display?
Good morning Tom,
From a project standpoint, the PVc and PV800 both have recommended limits of 2 PLCs, 25 Displays, and 150 alarms.
That aside, the biggest difference for me is the development environment.
CCW is free, but also is missing many of the features and functions of ViewStudio. Since you’ve used the PVPlus before, I would recommend trying the CCW HMI editor out first before buying a PV800.
Hope this helps,
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Thanks Shawn. I had the same question. I love your blog, btw.