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Panel Mount Network Display


Price starts at $406.85

Product Code : Model 1600

Manufacturer : Neurologic Research

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Model 1600:     Network Display

Datasheet     XIF File


The Model 1600 Network Display is a 2 line by 16-character alphanumeric display using the highly visible vacuum fluorescent technology.  The unit integrates the display, Neuron network processor, FTT-10 network communication interface, and a wide-input voltage switching power supply.  The hardware also integrates future support for a warning buzzer, two digital outputs, and a keypad interface.  The Model 1600 is available in either an explosion proof rated NEMA 4 housing for hazardous environment or a 1/8 DIN panel-mount housing. 

Display data and configuration information are exchanged with other devices via the Echelon LonWorks communication protocol.

Different versions of the Model 1600 firmware will address a variety of target applications.  The initial Version, A, is described in the datasheet.  It allows display of up to four different network variables.  Each of the variables can be a temperature, percentage, digital, or text.  Please see the datasheet more detail.  Please contact us regarding any special application requirements.

Key Features

  • High visibility vacuum fluorescent 2x16 alphanumeric display

  • Wide operating temperature range

  • Large 11 mm (0.43”) high numeric display format

  • Available in explosion-proof NEMA 4 housing or 1/8 DIN panel-mount enclosure

  • Multiple display parameters from a single display

  • Operates from a wide-input voltage range.  12-36 VDC or 14-26 VAC

  • Efficient DC/DC switching power supply design only draws 1.2 VA typical.  (About 50 mA at 24 VDC)

  • Firmware is upgradeable via network communication interface

  • Open communication standard using LonWorks protocol

  • User selectable display format of one, two, or four parameters per screen

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