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GFK-2847W
QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface
User Manual
Dec 2017
IC755CxS06RDx (6" Display)
IC755CxW07CDx (7" Display)
IC755CxS10CDx (10" Display)
IC755CxS12CDx (12" Display)
IC755CxS15CDx (15" Display)
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  • Page 1 GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual Dec 2017 IC755CxS06RDx (6” Display) IC755CxW07CDx (7” Display) IC755CxS10CDx (10" Display) IC755CxS12CDx (12” Display) IC755CxS15CDx (15” Display) For public disclosure...
  • Page 2 It is understood that GE may make changes, modifications, or improvements to the equipment referenced herein or to the document itself at any time. This document is intended for trained personnel familiar with the GE products referenced herein.
  • Page 3 Document Updates Description Location Updated ATEX Directive to 14/34/EU Appendix A Product Certifications and Installation Removed ATEX protection string - refer to the QP+ Operator Interface Guidelines, Agency Approval Installation and Maintenance Requirements (IMR) (GFK-2981) Added the procedure for USB retaining clamps used in hazardous Conditions of Safe Use for Installation in Hazardous location installations for 7”...
  • Page 4 Safety Symbol Legend Indicates a procedure or condition that, if not strictly observed, could result in personal injury or death. Warning Indicates a procedure or condition that, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to or destruction of equipment. Caution Indicates a procedure or condition that should be strictly followed to improve these applications.
  • Page 5 Online technical support and GlobalCare http://support.ge-ip.com Additional information http://www.ge-ip.com/ Solution Provider solutionprovider.ip@ge.com Technical Support Contact us by telephone, email, or at http://support.ge-ip.com. Americas Online Technical Support http://support.ge-ip.com Phone 1-800-433-2682 1-780-420-2010 (if toll free 800 option is unavailable) International Americas Direct Dial Technical Support Email support.ip@ge.com...
  • Page 6 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Overview ............................. 9 1.1 Specifications ............................10 1.1.1 Physical Specifications and Mounting Options................10 1.1.2 Environmental Specifications ......................15 Hardware..........................17 2.1 Physical Characteristics ........................... 17 2.2 LED Indicators............................23 2.2.1 Operation Status LEDs........................23 2.2.2 Ethernet Port Operation LEDs ....................... 23 Software ............................
  • Page 8 4.4 Runtime Setup ............................59 4.5 Firmware Updates..........................60 4.6 Shutdown .............................. 60 Mounting and Installation...................... 61 5.1 Protective Sheet Installation ........................61 5.2 Mounting Location ........................... 62 5.3 Panel Mounting ............................63 5.4 Mounting and Installation Procedure ..................... 66 5.5 VESA Arm Mounting..........................
  • Page 9: Overview

    Overview Note This manual specifically describes the QuickPanel IC755CxS06RDx, IC755CxWxxCDx and IC755CxSxxCDx display units. The QuickPanel Operator Interface is an all-in-one micro-computer designed for maximum flexibility. The design is based on an Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) core micro-processor to combine a high-resolution touchscreen operator interface with a variety of communications options.
  • Page 10: Specifications

    Specifications 1.1.1 Physical Specifications and Mounting Options 1.1.1.1 IC755CxS06RDx Specifications Specification Item Freescale i.MX535 (1 GHz ARM Cortex A8) Processor DDR3 SDRAM 512 MB Memory NAND FLASH 256 MB 512 KB (with battery backup) SRAM Operating System Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 Type 5.7”...
  • Page 11 1.1.1.2 IC755CxW07CDx Specifications Item Specification Processor Freescale i.MX535 (1 GHz ARM Cortex A8) DDR2 SDRAM 512 MB Memory SLC NAND 256 MB SRAM 512 KB (with battery backup) Operating System Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 Type 7" Widescreen TFT LCD Resolution 800(W) x 480(H) pixels WVGA Display...
  • Page 12 1.1.1.3 IC755CxS10CDx Specifications Item Specification Processor Freescale i.MX535 (1 GHz ARM Cortex A8) DDR3 SDRAM 1 GB Memory SLC NAND 512 MB SRAM 512 KB (with battery backup) Operating System Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 Type 10.5" Standard TFT LCD Resolution 800(W) x 600(H) pixels SVGA Display...
  • Page 13 1.1.1.4 IC755CxS12CDx Specifications Item Specification Processor Freescale i.MX535 (1 GHz ARM Cortex A8) DDR3 SDRAM 1 GB Memory SLC NAND 512 MB SRAM 512 KB (with battery backup) Operating System Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 Type 12.1" Standard TFT LCD Resolution 800(W) x 600(H) pixels SVGA Display...
  • Page 14 1.1.1.5 IC755CxS15CDx Specifications Item Specification Processor Freescale i.MX535 (1 GHz ARM Cortex A8) DDR3 SDRAM 1 GB Memory SLC NAND 512 MB SRAM 512 KB (with battery backup) Operating System Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 Type 15" Standard TFT LCD Resolution 1024(W) x 768(H) pixels XGA Display...
  • Page 15: Environmental Specifications

    1.1.2 Environmental Specifications Note Install the QuickPanel in a well-ventilated location that is not exposed to dust, corrosive gases or liquids, rain, strong ultra-violet light or direct sunlight, and meets the following specifications. Item IC755CxS06RDx IC755CxW07CDx IC755CxS10CDx IC755CxS12CDx IC755CxS15CDx Cooling Natural convection Ambient Operating...
  • Page 16 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 17: Hardware

    Hardware This chapter describes the QuickPanel hardware features, including physical characteristics and LED indicators. Physical Characteristics In addition to the primary touchscreen interface, the QuickPanel Operator Interface supports a variety of communication ports. The following diagrams illustrate the physical layout of the QuickPanel Operator Interface, including locations of status LEDs, communications ports, and connectors.
  • Page 18 (1.42 in) x 2 (7.56 in) x 2 115.2 (4.5 in) SD Card USB Device LCD Active Area 115.2 x 86.4 LINE OUT (4.5 x 3.4 in) MIC IN Serial Interface Input Power USB Host Ports 183.50 (7.22 in) (2.95 in) Battery Cover License Label Effective Screw Depth 6 mm (0.24 in)
  • Page 19 Status SD Card Indicator LED MICRO USB Touchscreen LINE OUT MIC IN Input USB Host Power Ports Battery Cover IC755CxW07CDx Hardware Features Note Refer to the section IC755CxW07CDx Specifications for drawing dimensions. Hardware GFK-2847W 19 For public disclosure...
  • Page 20 SD Card Status Indicator LED Touchscreen Input LAN2 LAN1 MICRO COM2 COM1 LINE Power Host Ports IC755CxS10CDx Hardware Features Note Refer to the section IC755CxS10CDx Specifications for drawing dimensions. GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 21 IC755CxS12CDx Hardware Features Note Refer to the section IC755CxS12CDx Specifications for drawing dimensions. Hardware GFK-2847W 21 For public disclosure...
  • Page 22 SD Card Status Indicator Touchscreen Input LINE LAN2 LAN1 USB MICRO COM2 COM1 Power Host Ports IC755CxS15CDx Hardware Features Note Refer to the section IC755CxS15CDx Specifications for drawing dimensions. GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 23: Led Indicators

    LED Indicators The QuickPanel Operator Interface provides LED indication for the following: • Operation status • Ethernet Port operation 2.2.1 Operation Status LEDs The QuickPanel has one tri-color LED that provides visual operation status indication for IC755CxS06RDx, IC755CxW07CDx, the and IC755CxSxxCDx units. LED State QuickPanel State...
  • Page 24 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 25: Software

    Software This chapter provides QuickPanel software information and procedures to perform the most common tasks. Operating System Note Refer to http://windows.microsoft.com. The QuickPanel operating system (OS), Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7, is a full 32-bit OS with graphical user interface (GUI). It is stored in flash memory and copied to a block of DRAM for execution. The OS automatically starts following QuickPanel unit powerup or reset.
  • Page 26: Copy Project To Sd Card

    Copy Project to SD Card The custom utility Copy Project to SD Card transfers Proficy Machine Edition View and Control projects between compatible QuickPanel units using SD cards. Before disconnecting power, verify that the copy or update operation is complete (no busy message or wait cursor).
  • Page 27: Ftp Server

    FTP Server The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server included with the QuickPanel unit supports standard (RFC 959). It does not support Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) or implicit FTPS, which uses different ports and is based on Secure Shell (SSH) rather than Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). The FTP server is configured with the Quick Panel Setup Tool.
  • Page 28: Http Server

    HTTP Server The HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server included with the QuickPanel supports standard (RFC 2616). The HTTP server is configured with the Quick Panel+ Setup Tool. By default, the server is not enabled. Once enabled, a background program will run, waiting for clients to connect. From the QuickPanel Operator Interface, the default web page is located in \Windows\www\wwwpub.
  • Page 29: Quickpanel + Os Utilities Settings Tool

    QuickPanel OS Utilities Settings Tool Note DIP switches are set in the OFF position (default) in the factory. The QuickPanel Operator Interface is equipped with DIP switches to perform control functionality, as follows: • DIP Switch 1 (SW2 Switch) enables firmware upgrade. Firmware upgrade is allowed only after turning this switch in the ON position.
  • Page 30: Firmware Upgrade

    3.9.1 Firmware Upgrade Note This utility operates similar to the QuickPanel Update Tool, which comes with the OS image upgrade binaries. The operator can continue to use the QuickPanel Update Tool to use the DIP Switch feature. The Firmware Upgrade utility setting enables operators to upgrade the firmware. Firmware updates are not supported over Ethernet or Serial interfaces.
  • Page 31 ➢ To perform a firmware upgrade 1. From the Start menu, select Programs, System, and QuickPanel OS Utilities Settings Tool to display the QuickPanel OS Utilities Settings window. 2. Upgrade the firmware. From the QuickPanel OS Utilities Settings window , select Firmware Upgrade, then double- tap Upgrade.
  • Page 32: Firmware Upgrade For Specific Build Version

    3.9.2 Firmware Upgrade for Specific Build Version The following procedure is applicable to the following QuickPanel display units: • QuickPanel IC755CxS06RDx (6” Display) with build 3 or below • QuickPanel IC755CxW07CDx (7” Display) with build 23 or below • QuickPanel IC755CxS10CDx (10"...
  • Page 33: Bypass Startup Programs

    3.9.3 Bypass Startup Programs Note This utility functions the same as disabling or enabling the Don’t startup Program functionality using DIP Switch Position 2. The Bypass Startup Programs utility enables the operator to choose the gesture-based feature or DIP Switch (Use DIP Switch) feature to perform the Force Startup operation.
  • Page 34 If Enable is double- tapped, the startup window displays and all startup programs are enabled to run . If Disable is double- tapped, the startup window displays . Click Don’t run Startup programs to stop all startup programs from running . If Use DIP Switch is selected, Don’t run StartUp Programs displays on the startup window based on the position of DIP Switch 2.
  • Page 35: Reset Enhanced Security

    3.9.4 Reset Enhanced Security The QuickPanel Operator Interface is configured using the Proficy Machine Edition (PME) application. Using the PME Enhanced Security feature, users can specify password protection for any network-connected QuickPanel device to perform certain operations, such as the download operation. Every operation to connect to the device requires a password.
  • Page 36: Enable Or Disable Snmp Agent

    3.9.5 Enable or Disable SNMP Agent The QuickPanel Operator Interface can be enabled as a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Agent with the capability to communicate with SNMP Managers for notification of Traps and responding to Query HMI Tag values. Since it is designed to run over a public network, SNMP communication is disabled by default on the QuickPanel device for security reasons.
  • Page 37 Note Any failure or errors while enabling or disabling the SNMP service would be communicated to the user through a dialog box. ➢ To disable the SNMP Agent 1. From the Start menu, select Programs, System, and QuickPanel OS Utilities Settings Tool to display the QuickPanel OS Utilities Settings window.
  • Page 38: Display Screen Sensitivity Tool

    3.10 Display Screen Sensitivity Tool The QuickPanel 7”, 10”, 12”, and 15” display units use capacitive screen technology that is far more responsive than the previously used resistive touchscreen technology. Resistive screens required the operator to firmly press down on the resistive overlay for a response.
  • Page 39: Launch Application

    3.11 Launch Application The Launch application window contains the shortcuts to launch some of the major QuickPanel Operator Interface applications. ➢ To launch an application From the Start menu , select Programs, System , and Launch Application. From the Launch Application window, tap an application icon to start the application.
  • Page 40: Vnc Server

    3.12 VNC Server The VNC Server enables remote, visual connectivity to the QuickPanel Operator Interface from a laptop computer or a mobile device through the remote VNC Viewers. User authentication of the VNC Server in the QuickPanel is determined by the configuration of the Enhanced Security feature on the device. If the Enhanced Security feature is enabled for the device, a VNC Viewer can connect to the QuickPanel on the VNC Server.
  • Page 41: Battery Life Prediction

    3.13 Battery Life Prediction The QuickPanel Operator Interface provides an estimated lifespan of the battery in the device. To display the battery life prediction, the current time on the QuickPanel device must be set. If a battery is not present, the QuickPanel BatteryStatus tab cannot provide battery life prediction.
  • Page 42 2. After setting the current time, open the QuickPanel Setup Tool, and select the BatteryStatus tab to display the correct battery life prediction information. Example of Battery Life Prediction Displayed After Current Time Set 3. If the battery was replaced or removed on the QuickPanel , QuickPanel Setup Tool BatteryStatus displays two possible scenarios related to the battery.
  • Page 43 4. If the option The battery is not present is selected, a message displays stating that battery life cannot be predicted without a battery installed on the device. Battery is Not Present Message 5. If the option The battery was replaced is selected, enter the date of when the battery was first used in a QuickPanel device.
  • Page 44 7. Close and re-open the QuickPanel Setup Tool dialog box to display the battery life prediction information. Close and Reopen Message Battery Life Prediction Example after Battery Replacement GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 45: Simple Network Management Protocol (Snmp)

    3.14 Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) The SNMP is an application–layer protocol defined by the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) in RFC1157 that is used for exchanging management information between network devices. It is a part of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) suite. The QuickPanel Operator Interface is enabled as an SNMP Agent with the capability to communicate with SNMP Managers...
  • Page 46 The following figure displays the MIB tree structure and the private enterprise number allocated by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) for the GE SNMP products and OID for the QuickPanel MIB: OID for GEIP node: .1.3.6.1.4.1.24893 OID for qppMIB node: .1.3.6.1.4.1.24893.1.5.2.1.1 It is highly recommended that you pre-load GE MIBs (GEIP-SMI.txt and...
  • Page 47 The following figure displays the HMI Alarms notification (TRAP information) with alarm objects as part of the Alarm Record. The SNMP Manager is notified with the TRAP information when alarms are generated on the HMI running on a QuickPanel device. OID for Alarm Trap: .1.3.6.1.4.1.24893.1.5.2.1.1.10 Software GFK-2847W 47...
  • Page 48 The following figure displays the list of HMI Tags that the SNMP Manager can query to retrieve live values from the HMI running on a QuickPanel device. Note The list of all HMI tags are populated within the hmiTags node of MIB tree and the HMI Tag access level is currently restricted to Read-only for the SNMP Manager.
  • Page 49: Configure Trap Destinations

    The following sections provide the procedures to enable and configure the QuickPanel device to operate as a SNMP Agent and establish communication with a SNMP Manager. • Configure Trap Destinations • Enable or Disable SNMP Agent • Export MIB to SD Card •...
  • Page 50: Enable Or Disable Snmp Agent

    QuickPanel Management Information Base (MIB) QuickPanelMIB.mib file to a SD Card. It is highly recommended that you pre-load GE MIBs (GEIP-SMI.txt and GEIP-PRODUCTS-MIB.txt in sequence) prior to loading the QuickPanelMIB.mib file into SNMP Managers to avoid any MIB compiler errors.
  • Page 51: Load Mib Into Snmp Manager

    A dialog box displays when the copy is successful or if a failure occurs. 3.14.4 Load MIB into SNMP Manager After successfully exporting the MIB to a SD Card, archive the QuickPanel MIB file to a folder on a machine running with SNMP Manager.
  • Page 52: Data Types Mapping Between Pme Project And Snmp

    This enables you to map to the DISPLAYSTRING data type in the SNMP communication as well. For example, for the GE SRTP driver, you can override the IO Address of LREAL variable LREALVar data type as %R100 [INT]. This maps LREALVar to DISPLAYSTRING in the MIB file.
  • Page 53: 3.15 Screensaver

    3.15 ScreenSaver QuickPanel+ shall have the ability to run a video as a screensaver. The configuration for this can be done at the ‘ScreenSaver’ Tab in the ‘QuickPanel+ Setup Tool’ window. The dialog provides the following options Enabiling\Disabling the ScreenSaver Browsing the video file to be run as the ScreenSaver The elapse idle time setting to trigger the ScreenSaver Software...
  • Page 54 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 55: Pre-Installation Checks

    Before initial powerup, inspect the unit for loose or damaged components. If damage is found (such as bent component leads or loose components), contact GE Intelligent Platforms for additional instructions. Do not apply power to the unit if it has visible damage. Applying power to a unit with damaged components may cause additional damage.
  • Page 56 QuickPanel Operator Interface Battery (Qty 1) (pre- installed) Serial Port Connector (Qty 1) Power Connector (Qty 1) Mounting Brackets (Qty 4) Protective Sheet (Qty 1) (not shown) Gasket ( Qty 1) (not shown, pre- installed) IC755CxWxxCDx Example Package Contents GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺...
  • Page 57: Basic Setup

    Basic Setup The QuickPanel Operator Interface is shipped ready for use after initial configuration. To power up the unit, connect a dc power supply using the supplied quick-connect plug. Depending on the application, you may also want to connect and configure optional input devices, communications ports, and expansion adapters. To avoid personal injury or damage to equipment, ensure that the dc supply is disconnected from power and the leads are not energized before attaching them to the unit's power supply plug.
  • Page 58: Initial Startup

    Initial Startup You will need the following: • Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV) and Limited Energy Circuit or SELV and Class 2 dc power supply. • The power terminal block is supplied with the product. For voltage and requirements, refer to the Input Power specifications in the table, General Specifications.
  • Page 59: Initial Configuration

    4.3.2 Initial Configuration Perform the following procedure during initial startup. ➢ To configure the QuickPanel display 1. Tap Start , point to Settings, then tap Control Panel. 2. Configure the system clock. From the Date and Time 3. From the Control Panel, double-tap System to configure a Network Device Name. Many applications, including Proficy Historian, require a unique Device Name.
  • Page 60: Firmware Updates

    Firmware Updates Update the unit to the most recent released version of the firmware, with the latest feature upgrades and issues addressed. Firmware updates for the QuickPanel are available on the Support website. Note The firmware update will remove the application and change the IP Address of the QuickPanel Operator Interface.
  • Page 61: Mounting And Installation

    Mounting and Installation This chapter provides the following procedures to mount and install the QuickPanel Operator Interface: • Protective Sheet Installation • Mounting Location • Panel Mounting • VESA Arm Mounting • Battery Installation and Replacement • Connectors Protective Sheet Installation ➢...
  • Page 62: Mounting Location

    Mounting Location Note Refer to the section, Environmental Specifications. When mounting the QuickPanel Operator Interface, make sure the mounting area allows room to insert and remove the SD card, cables, and mounting brackets. Select a location that allows natural convection air flow from bottom to top of the QuickPanel enclosure.
  • Page 63: Panel Mounting

    Panel Mounting To mount the QuickPanel in an enclosure, you will need the following equipment: • One #2 Phillips head screwdriver • Mounting brackets (supplied) The mounting holes for IC755CxS06RDx, IC755CxW07CDx, and IC755CxS10CDx are located on the top and bottom sides of the unit.
  • Page 64 IC755CxS10CDx Mounting Holes The IC755CxS12CDx and IC755CxS15CDx mounting holes are located on the top, bottom, and sides of the unit. IC755CxS12CDx Mounting Holes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 65 IC755CxS15CDx Mounting Holes Mounting and Installation GFK-2847W 65 For public disclosure...
  • Page 66: Mounting And Installation Procedure

    Mounting and Installation Procedure Observe the following guidelines to properly mount and install the QuickPanel Operator Interface: Note To order replacement gaskets, refer to the part number listed in Appendix • The enclosure should be of metal material. • The metal enclosure panel should ensure proper thickness and rigidity suitable to minimize impact to the QuickPanel unit.
  • Page 67 2. Verify that the gasket is present and properly seated in the bezel channel located on the sides of the unit. 3. Insert the QuickPanel into the mounting panel cutout. 4. Insert the hook of the mounting bracket into the mounting hole as displayed in the following figure. 5.
  • Page 68: Vesa Arm Mounting

    VESA Arm Mounting The QuickPanel unit can be installed on a commercially available Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) MIS-D arm, stand, or apparatus that complies with the UL1678 standard. Note Refer to the mounting arm manual for instructions. ➢ To VESA mount the QuickPanel unit: use the mounting holes located on the back of the unit (displayed in the following figures).
  • Page 69: Battery Installation And Replacement

    Battery Installation and Replacement Batteries may present a risk of fire, explosion, or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not crush, disassemble, short-circuit, or dispose of in fire. Use of batteries not specified for use with the QuickPanel product may present a Warning risk of fire or explosion.
  • Page 70: Ic755Cxs06Rdx

    5.6.1 IC755CxS06RDx ➢ To install or replace the battery for IC755CxS06RDx Replace the battery for the IC755CxS06RDx only with GE battery part number IC755ACCBATT. Caution 1. Remove the battery cover by pressing down while sliding outward. IC755CxS06RDx Battery Cover Removal 2.
  • Page 71 4. Wrap the harness connector around to match the following figure. Do not let the harness connector go above the tab. Harness Connector Orientation 5. Slide the battery cover into place, taking care not to pinch the harness connector. Mounting and Installation GFK-2847W 71 For public disclosure...
  • Page 72: Ic755Cxw07Cdx

    5.6.2 IC755CxW07CDx ➢ To install or replace the battery for the IC755CxW07CDx Replace the battery for the IC755CxW07CDx only with GE battery part number IC755ACCBATT. Caution 1. Remove the battery cover by pressing down while sliding outward. IC755CxW07CDx Battery Cover Removal 2.
  • Page 73 4. Wrap the harness connector around to match the following figure. Do not let the harness connector go above the tab. Harness Connector Orientation 5. Slide the battery cover into place, taking care not to pinch the harness connector. Mounting and Installation GFK-2847W 73 For public disclosure...
  • Page 74: Ic755Cxsxxcdx

    5.6.3 IC755CxSxxCDx ➢ To install or replace the battery for the IC755CxSxxCDx Replace the battery for the IC755CxSxxCDx only with GE battery part number IC755ACCBATTNL. Caution 1. Remove the screws (quantity 7) from the back cover. IC755CxSxxCDx Screw Locations (Back Cover) 2.
  • Page 75 The battery will be exposed on the back of the unit. Battery Part Number IC755ACCBATTNL IC755CxSxxCDx Battery 4. Gently remove the coin battery and replace with a new one, noting the polarity of the battery. 5. Replace the battery cover and tighten all screws to 0.5 Nm (4.4 in-lb). Mounting and Installation GFK-2847W 75 For public disclosure...
  • Page 76: Connectors

    Connectors 5.7.1 Power Connector Pin-out for IC755CxS06RDx, IC755CxW07CDx, and IC755CxSxxCDx Note Refer to the section Connecting Input Power. Connector: Terminal Euro (Tyco Electronics 284539-3) Mating Connector: (Tyco Electronics 284510-3) Pin # Signal Name Pin-out +24 V dc † IC755CxSxxCDx supports both +12 V dc or +24 V dc IN †...
  • Page 77 5.7.2.2 IP Address Setting The QuickPanel Operator Interface provides two methods to set an IP address: • DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) The network server assigns an IP address during QuickPanel initialization. There must be a DHCP server on the connected network for a valid IP address to be assigned.
  • Page 78: Serial Port Details

    5.7.3 Serial Port Details 5.7.3.1 IC755CxS06RDx Adhere to the following guidelines: • A terminal block is supplied with the unit. • The mating terminal block supports stranded 30 to 14 AWG (0.05 to 2.00 mm ) wires. • At a minimum, the cable must be rated for 75°C (167 °F) or more. •...
  • Page 79 5.7.3.2 IC755CxW07CDx Adhere to the following guidelines: • A terminal block is supplied with the unit. • The mating terminal block supports stranded 30 to 14 AWG (0.05 to 2.00 mm ) wires. • At a minimum, the cable must be rated for 75°C (167 °F) or more. •...
  • Page 80 5.7.3.3 IC755CxSxxCDx Note For an IC755CxS12CDA serial port, refer to Appendix C IC755CxS12CDA Serial Port Details. Adhere to the following guidelines: • Terminal blocks are supplied. • The mating terminal blocks support stranded 30 to 14 AWG (0.05 to 2.00 mm ) wires.
  • Page 81 COM2 DIP Switch Setting for RS-232C DIPSW ON/OFF DIPSW ON/OFF Serial Port COM2 Details Interface: RS-232C/485 (default is RS-485 Half-duplex) COM2 Pin Details RS–232C RS–485 Signal Name Signal Name Pin # Signal Name (Full-duplex (Half-duplex † † DATA+ TXD+ ‡ DATA- TXD- ‡...
  • Page 82 Example of Full-duplex (RS–422 Mode) Connection COM2 DIP Switch Setting for RS–422 DIP SW ON/OFF DIP SW ON/OFF Example of Half-duplex (RS–485 Mode) Connection GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 83 COM2 DIP Switch Setting for RS–485 DIPSW ON/OFF DIPSW ON/OFF Mounting and Installation GFK-2847W 83 For public disclosure...
  • Page 84: Universal Serial Bus (Usb) Ports

    5.7.4 Universal Serial Bus (USB) Ports 5.7.4.1 USB Host Port Details for IC755CxS06RDx, IC755CxW07CDx, and IC755CxSxxCDx The QuickPanel has two full-speed USB 2.0 host ports. A variety of third party USB peripheral devices are also available. Each connected USB device requires a specific driver. The driver supplied with the QuickPanel is for optional keyboard or mouse support;...
  • Page 85: Audio (Line Out) Details For Ic755Cxs06Rdx, Ic755Cxw07Cdx, And Ic755Cxsxxcdx

    5.7.4.3 Serial USB and Ethernet USB Adapters for All Models Using Adapters Recommended adapters are as follows: • Serial USB adapters based on FTDI chipset • Ethernet USB adapters based on ASIX AX88179 or AX88772B Note For serial USB adapters (USB to RS-485 and such), configure the correct COM port depicted in the System Info tool and configure the same port in the Driver configuration.
  • Page 86: Sd Card Slot And Storage

    5.7.7 SD Card Slot and Storage The QuickPanel is equipped with one standard SD Card port. SD/SDHC memory cards are supported. The SD card slot is spring-loaded for easy insertion and removal. Note Micro SD slot is not supported on the 6” display unit (IC755CxS06RDx). Connectors: SD card slot (push in-push out method) Card support: SD/SDHC memory card Maximum capacity: 32 GB...
  • Page 87 IC755CxSxxCDx SD Card Location Mounting and Installation GFK-2847W 87 For public disclosure...
  • Page 88 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 89: Operation

    Operation Touchscreen Display The QuickPanel Operator Interface features a LED Backlight LCD touchscreen display with two-point touch technology. The touch technology is based on projected capacitance that allows finger tracking without pressured contact. It is conducive to smooth scrolling and multi-touch gesturing capability. Display brightness and backlight operation can be configured using the QuickPanel Setup tool available in the program system menu.
  • Page 90: Display Backlight Configuration

    6.1.2 Display Backlight Configuration ➢ To configure the display backlight 1. Open the QuickPanel Setup Tool and select the Backlight tab to display the Backlight Display Properties window. 2. Set the backlight to automatically turn off in a specific amount of time. Select Automatically turn off the backlight .
  • Page 91: Touchscreen Re-Calibration

    6.1.3 Touchscreen Re-calibration The QuickPanel touchscreen is shipped pre-calibrated. However, if there are any issues with touchscreen responsiveness, it may need to be re-calibrated. ➢ To re-calibrate the touchscreen 1. Open the QuickPanel Setup tool. 2. Select the TouchPanel tab. 3.
  • Page 92: Keyboard Configuration

    Keyboard Configuration The QuickPanel Operator Interface can be configured to use either or both a hardware keyboard and a software emulation keyboard as operator data input devices. Typically, an optional external hardware keyboard is used when in development mode, while the included Soft Input Panel (SIP) is more applicable in an operational environment. 6.2.1 External Keyboard (Optional) Any USB-compatible keyboard may be used as an input device for the unit.
  • Page 93: 6.4 Printing

    6.4 Printing USB-connected printers will violate the electrical compliance ratings. They can only be used for maintenance and are not supported as a standard service. Warning The QuickPanel Operator Interface supports printing with PCL v5 compatible laser and inkjet printers. The printer can be connected by either USB (on models with USB ports) or by a network shared printer over Ethernet.
  • Page 94: Memory

    Memory 6.5.1 DRAM Memory The QuickPanel Operator Interface is equipped with Dynamic RAM (DRAM). Part of the DRAM is reserved for the Windows operating system and is not accessible by user applications. The remaining memory is split between two functions: an object store for temporary file storage and the main memory for running programs. Typically, compressed programs stored in flash memory are expanded and moved to DRAM for execution.
  • Page 95: Memory Allocation Modification

    6.5.2 Memory Allocation Modification ➢ To change the memory allocation 1. From the Control Panel, double-tap System to display the System Properties window. 2. From the Memory tab, drag the slider bar to divide into Storage and Program memory. The amount of memory allocated to and used by each area is displayed in the window.
  • Page 96 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 97: Secomea Security (Optional)

    Secomea Security (Optional) Secomea Configuration Tool Note The SiteManager and its related GateManager , LinkManager and LinkManager Mobile products ™ ™ ™ ™ licensed, sold, and supported by Secomea and Secomea’s licensed distributors. Additional information, is available at www.secomea. com. Secomea SiteManager software (also known as the Secomea Configuration tool) is installed on QuickPanel products.
  • Page 98: Secomea Products

    Secomea Products Note Activation and deployment of the Secomea product features is optional. SiteManager, GateManager, and LinkManager products are licensed, sold, and supported by Secomea and Secomea’s licensed distributors. QuickPanel customers wanting to activate licenses for Secomea products can do so at www.secomea.com. The available Secomea SiteManager (embedded on QuickPanel ), GateManager, and LinkManager products are described as follows:...
  • Page 99 Secomea Products used with QuickPanel in Application GFK-2847W 99 For public disclosure...
  • Page 100: Save And Restore Settings

    Save and Restore settings ‘Save and Restore Settings’ enables to store the settings of certain parameters of QP+ to a file (the extension of this file ‘.qps’) and then apply/restore the saved settings back to the same QP+ or any other QP+ from the saved ‘.qps’...
  • Page 101 To update the value to a registry key the click on the Add button, this displays dialog to enter the values for Key Path, Name, Type and value. After entering the values click the ‘OK’ button to close the dialog, and the entered data can be seen as a record in the ‘Registry’...
  • Page 102 The entered data can be edited by selecting the record in the list box and clicking on the edit button, to open the dialog box that shall allow you to edit the data. Import registry data from XML file An alternate method to input the data to the registry is by using the ‘Import option’ where the registry value data is put in a XML file and the imported using the import option in the dialog.
  • Page 103 On clicking the ‘Import’ button you are provided the file browse dialog to select the xml file to be imported. Note: 1. The feature does not support editing any registry keys inside ‘HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT’. Save the Settings to a file To save the settings and registry values to a file, click on the ‘Save’ button. This displays the file save dialog to select the folder location and provide the file name.
  • Page 104 Restore the Settings from a (.qps) file To restore the settings from a file to a QP+, following steps need to be executed: 1) Make sure that the file is browsable from the target QP+. 2) Click on the Restore button, select ‘Yes’ when prompted for confirmation. 3) In the ‘Open File’...
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  • Page 106 Enhance Security enabled QP+ box, shall prompt for Enhance Security password on clicking the ‘Save’ or ‘Restore’ button. Only on successful authentication, the corresponding operation is executed. 106 GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 107: Appendix A Product Certifications And Installation Guidelines

    Appendix A Product Certifications and Installation Guidelines The QuickPanel Operator Interface is intended for use in industrial environments and, when properly installed, shall comply with the agency approvals listed in this document. Agency Approvals Note The agency approvals listed in the following table and on the Declaration of Conformities are believed to be accurate;...
  • Page 108 Conditions of Safe Use for Installation in Hazardous Locations The following information applies to products bearing the UL marking for Hazardous areas and the ATEX marking for Zone 2 explosive atmospheres: • Suitable for use in Class I Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D; Class 2 Division 2 Groups F, G; Class 3 Division 1 and Division 2.
  • Page 109 3. Adjust the position of the retaining clamp by pushing the lever of the retaining clamp. Then close the retaining clamp to fit the cable size. • USB retaining clamp for IC755CSW07CDACA must be used in hazardous location installations as follows: 1.
  • Page 110 Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. Changes or modifications to this unit that are not expressly approved by GE Intelligent Platforms could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 111 EMC Installation and Operation Considerations This equipment is intended for industrial use only and complies with a minimum level of EMC performance as defined by 61000-6-2 and EN 61000-6-4 standards. To meet these requirements, the following installation and operation considerations were taken into account: •...
  • Page 112 Notes GFK-2847W QuickPanel⁺ Operator Interface User Manual For public disclosure...
  • Page 113: Appendix B Orderable Part Numbers

    Operator Interface Part Numbers Description Part Number QuickPanel 6” Color TFT with Resistive Touch Screen, GE Monogram Bezel , 24 V dc Powered IC755CSS06RDA QuickPanel 6” Color TFT with Resistive Touch Screen, Blank Bezel , 24 V dc Powered IC755CBS06RDA QuickPanel 6”...
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  • Page 115 Appendix B Orderable Part Numbers GFK-2847W For public disclosure...
  • Page 117: Appendix C Ic755Cxs10Cdx, Ic755Cxs12Cda, And Ic755Cxs15Cdx Serial Port

    Appendix C IC755CxS10CDx, IC755CxS12CDA, and IC755CxS15CDx Serial Port Details Adhere to the following guidelines: • A terminal block is supplied. • The mating terminal block supports stranded 30 to 14 AWG (0.05 to 2.00 mm ) wires. • At a minimum, the cable must be rated for 75°C (167 °F) or more. •...
  • Page 118 Automation & Controls 1-800-433-2682 1-434-978-5100 www.geautomation.com GFK-2847W For public disclosure...