The OP7200 series of intelligent operator interfaces offers rugged I/O and Ethernet connectivity, along with optional A/D and touchscreen capabilities. The 10-Base-T Ethernet facilitates remote diagnostics, control and communication, including sending and receiving emails and alerts. Both models come equipped with a ¼ VGA display with a 9-key keypad and programmable on/off white LED backlight. The OP7200 series also provides easy-to-use menu building software and offer a programmable audible alarm for prompt notification and keypad/display feedback.
Functionality of the OP7200 can be expanded using the optional RabbitNet™ expansion cards. RabbitNet expansion cards can be tailored to a large variety of demanding applications.
The compact OP7200 eDisplay is an intelligent operator interface ideal for data acquisition and stand-alone systems such as factory floor controls.
- RabbitNet Expansion capability (see below)
- 1/4 VGA display (320 x 240 pixels)
- 24-27 industrialized digital I/O
- 10Base-T Ethernet with RJ-45
- 4 CMOS-compatible serial ports
- English and foreign language fonts
- Graphic and bitmap images
- 8 A/D inputs
- 4096 × 4096 analog touch screen
- Meets NEMA 4 water resistance standards for harsh environments when front-panel mounted
RabbitNet expansion ports enable you to design a modular and expandable embedded control system for real-time control, display, and data-acquisition applications.
A typical RabbitNet system consists of a master single-board computer (SBC) and one or more peripheral cards. A Rabbit® microprocessor on the master provides fast data processing, and the master SBC also provides the DCIN and +5 V power for the peripheral cards.
Programming the eDisplay
Programs are developed for the OP7200 using Rabbit’s industry-proven Dynamic C® software development system. Dynamic C offers an extensive library of drivers and demo programs, along with royalty-free TCP/IP stack with source. You can program and debug both OP7200 models over Ethernet/Internet using the appropriate accessory hardware. Demo programs include pop-up menuing, onscreen keypads, data transmission/reception over TCP/IP and serial connections, analog volt meter display, and many more.