Last week Rockwell released the first new models in it's PanelView Plus 7 Standard family of HMI's.

While not all the PanelView Plus 7 models are available at launch, the documentation shows the standard family will include the following models:

PanelView Plus 7 Standard 400W

      • Part Number: 2711P-T4W21D8S
      • PVP7-fiDisplay Size: 4.3-in.
      • Resolution: 480 x 272 (16:9)

PanelView Plus 7 Standard 600

      • Part Number: 2711P-T6C21D8S
      • Display Size: 5.7-in.
      • Resolution: 640 x 480 (4:3)

PanelView Plus 7 Standard 700

      • PVP7frontPart Number: 2711P-T7C21D8S
      • Display Size: 6.5-in.
      • Resolution: 640 x 480 (4:3)

PanelView Plus 7 Standard 900W

      • Part Number: 2711P-T9W21D8S
      • Display Size: 9.0-in.
      • Resolution: 800 x 480 (16:9)

PanelView Plus 7 Standard 1000

      • Part Number: 2711P-T10C21D8S
      • Display Size: 10.4-in.
      • Resolution: 800 x 600 (4:3)

The PanelView Plus 7 Standard now also sports a new look. The change from black to gray makes them look less like a repurposed PanelView 5000, and more like a classic PanelView Plus. The specifications of these new units are listed below:

    • Display: Color TFT LCD
    • OS: MS Windows CE 6.0 R3
    • CPU: 1.0 GHz ARM
    • RAM: 512 MB
    • Internal: 512 MB
    • Operating Temperature: 0 – 55°C
    • Ratings: NEMA 12, 13, 4X, IP54, IP66
    • USB: 1 USB-A and 1 USB-B:
    • NET: 1 x RJ45 10/100 MB
    • Power: 18-30V DC
    • Support Support: FTViewME 7.0 8.0 or later

Along with released of this new hardware, Rockwell has also made the following documentation on the PanelView Plus 7 available on their website:

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Model Cutout Templates – 2711p-ds010_-en-p

As the name implies, this PDF contains cutout dimensions for the PanelView Plus 7 Standard models.

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Model Product Information – 2711p-pc005_-en-p

This document, also called “packaging contents,” is most likely what ships with the unit. It includes notices and warnings, as well as cutout, installation, and wiring information.

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Terminal Mounting Levers – 2711P-IN032_-en-p

True to its name, these Installation Instructions describe how to install the PVPlus 7 using its mounting levels.

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Model Product Profile – 2711p-pp013_-en-p

This is a four page color brochure for the PVPlus 7, including product specifications as well as features and benefits.

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Model Technical Data – 2711p-td008_-en-p

This publication contains detailed technical information on the PVPlus 7 Standard models.  This includes environmental specifications as well as product certifications.

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Model User Manual – 2711p-um007_-en-p

This user manual contains much of the same information as the Technical Data publication. But, it also includes the detailed information on the “configuration mode” menu and terminal settings. It also includes information about using cables, memory cards, setting up a printer, and upgrading the terminal's firmware.


Well that's everything we know so far about the PanelView Plus 7 Standard models. 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!

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Instructor and Blogger
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Shawn began sharing automation news and know-how online in 1996 when he launched his first BBS. Then in 1999 he moved to the internet launching ShawnMichael.com, which he later renamed ShawnMTierney.com. In 2013 he moved his automation efforts to a new website, TheAutomationBlog.com, which has since become the most popular independent industrial automation blog on the web. Today Shawn works full time teaching online courses on Programmable Controllers, HMI, and SCADA on his training website, TheAutomationSchool.com.