6AV6642-0BA01-1AX0 - Touch Panel - SIEMENS
SIEMENS Touchpad with reference 6AV6642-0BA01-1AX0 for SIMATIC.
SIMATIC TOUCH PANEL TP177B PN/DP STN 256 COLOR PROTOCOL MPI / PROFIBUS DP INTERFACE RS485 / RS422 / USB ETHERNET INTERFACE 10/100 PRINTER INTERFACE LOCATION FOR MM-CARD CONFIGURABLE WITH WINCC
This SIEMENS 6AV6642-0BA01-1AX0 touch panel is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a warranty adapted to your needs.
The 177 series of panels represents a further advance in the development of the well-known 170 HMI devices. The new TP 177A, TP 177B and OP 177B panels make for more efficient use of text or graphic-based projects for simple to medium level HMI operating and monitoring tasks in machines and plants. Projects with Asian and Cyrillic character sets can be configured, as usual. The ability to vertically mount the TP 177A and the non-volatile alarm buffer of the TP 177B offer new application possibilities. In addition, the TP 177B and OP 177B – depending on the models – provide interfaces for connecting to PROFIBUS and PROFINET.
The TP 177B 4" features a 4.3" TFT display with wide-screen format. This display extends the visible area on the HMI device by approximately 25 % compared to similar displays with 4:3 format. The HMI device also features four function keys with tactile feedback.
In combination with the intuitive touch operation, it offers maximum operating efficiency.
In addition to MMC cards, the TP 177B 4" supports SD cards and USB memory sticks.
OP 177B offers an additional feature. It can now be operated using widely-available touch screens in addition to the membrane keyboard. The function keys can be configured to system keys for specific screens.
The TP 177A, TP 177B and OP 177B panels offer quick commissioning times, large user memory and high performance, and they are optimized for projects based on WinCC flexible.
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