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3500 Display Options

Display Type

Mounting Options

3500/93 LCD Display

Face Mounting1 – The display installs directly over the front panel of any 3500 rack using a special hinged support. This permits access to the rack’s buffered output connectors and user-interface buttons and switches without disconnecting or disabling the display. 19-inch EIA Rack Mounting – The display is mounted on 19-inch EIA rails and located up to 100 feet away from the 3500 System2.

Panel Mounting – The display is mounted in a panel cutout located in the same cabinet or up to 100 feet away from the 3500 System2.

Independent Mounting – The display is mounted in a NEMA 4X enclosure flush against a wall or panel, and located up to 100 feet away from the 3500 System2.

3500/94 VGA Display

Panel Mounting – The display is mounted in a panel cutout located in the same cabinet or up to 25 feet away from the 3500 System3.

19-inch EIA Rack Mounting – The display is mounted on 19-inch EIA rails and located up to 25 feet away from the 3500 System3.

Shelf Mounting – The display is mounted on a shelf or tabletop and located up to 25 feet away from the 3500 System3.

3500/95 User Interface Workstation

Panel Mounting – The display is mounted in a panel cutout located in the same cabinet or up to 4000 feet away from the 3500 System4.

Desktop or Laptop Computer

Capabilities

Meets API 670

Provides status and indication of all monitored parameters within the 3500 rack via dedicated LEDs and ½ VGA (640 x 200) monochrome display. Bargraph, text, and other displays are available, based on configuration.

Yes, when properly configured

CSA approved for use in Class I Div 2 hazardous areas.

VGA module occupies one rack slot and can drive any compatible touchscreen VGA (640 x 480 color) display, without the need for special configuration (uses configuration within 3500 rack to create pre-formatted screens automatically). Provides bargraph, text, and other display types. This display option is recommended for most applications.

Yes

When used with an optional display router, up to four 3500 racks can share a single display; however, this option does not meet API 670 requirements of a dedicated display for each rack.

CSA approved for use in Class I Div. 2 hazardous areas when ordered with the R. S. Power Station option.

This display option is an industrial panel-mounted computer running 3500 Operator Display Software. A single 3500/95 can display information from multiple 3500 racks. Software, such as 3500 Configuration or other Bently Nevada condition monitoring software, can also reside on this computer.

No

The computer is CSA approved for use in Class I Div 2 hazardous areas.

This display option is a compatible desktop or laptop computer running 3500 Operator Display Software, that is permanently connected to the rack via the RIM using serial communications or via a Communications Gateway module using Ethernet.

No

Where a permanent display is not required, connection can

Specifications and Ordering Information Part Number 162096-01 Rev. F (03/07)

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