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Power loss calculation for the right design of system cabinets
This product notification provides information about upcoming status changes to SIMATIC HMI products because our SIMATIC products are subject to PLM (Product Lifecycle Management).
The Mobile Panel 277(F) IWLAN, transponder and charging station will be discontinued on 1 October 2018 and can only be ordered as spare part.
EC Declaration of Conformity, SIMATIC HMI Mobile Panel 277 IWLAN V2 (non safety) (German/English) 158 / HMI Mobile Panel 277 IWLAN V2 / A3 / 05.2018
UL Online Certification Directory, Information Technology Equipment Including Electrical Business Equipment Certified for Canada E216641
UL Online Certification Directory, Information Technology Equipment Including Electrical Business Equipment (USA) E216641
UL Online Certification Directory, Programmable Controllers (USA) E116536
UL Online Certification Directory, Programmable Controllers Certified for Canada NRAQ7.E116536
UL: NRAQ.E116536 USA, Link: Online Certification Directory, Programmable Controllers ( Steuerungen, Dez. Peripherie, Basic Panels 1st/2nd Gen., Key/Comfort/Micro/Mobile Panels.. ) UL-File: NRAQ.E116536 USA
On 1 October 2017, the Mobile Panels 277(F) IWLAN and the corresponding transponders will become phased-out products.
11/2016, Operating Manual
EU-Declaration of Conformity, HMI Mobile Panel 277 IWLAN V2/A2/02.2017 No 158 Mobile Panel 277 IWLAN EU
This is a list with power loss data for many components for a control panel
Specific plug-in terminal strips are required to assemble power supply cables for operator panels. This entry shows you the options for procuring these terminal strips.
The SIMATIC Mobile Panel 277(F) IWLAN V2 (Safety and Non-Safety version, wireless) was released for delivery in the Rest of World version (RoW) on December 15, 2010. The SIMATIC Mobile Panel 277(F) IWLAN V2 with 8' TFT touch screen with 64k colors now expands the SIMATIC Mobile Panel famil...
DESCRIPTION: “SIMATIC HMI Mobile Panels” tutorial In the “SIMATIC HMI Mobile Panels” tutorial, you will learn which possibilities for mobile operator control and monitoring are available to you with the SIMATIC HMI Mobile Panels. In addition, the differences between the individual devices and the technical characteristics for wireless and wired use are described. The tutorial provides you with a fast introduction to the world of SIMATIC HMI Mobile P ...
Announcement of discontinuation to be effective 04/01/2011: Following the delivery release of the SIMATIC Mobile Panel 277(F) IWLAN V2, the previous model SIMATIC Mobile Panel 277(F) IWLAN V1 and its system components and accessories V1 will be discontinued / totally discont...
C-Tick Declaration of Conformity (Australia) of Mobile Panels 277 IWLAN (English) Certificate Mobile Panel 277 IWLAN / V1 / 04.2009
To ensure full capacity of your batteries even after a long period of time, you should let the battery empty completely during operation and then recharge it completely. If you do not use the mobile panel for a long period of time, then please remove the battery from the device before storing it switched off. Otherwise, the battery indicator on the Mobile Panel might show too low a value or the 'Empty battery' vibrating alarm might be set off even though it might still be possib ...