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4 INSTALLATIONInstalling the EZTouch Panel requires the following three major steps:MountingConnectionsand WiringCommunicationsSetupThe EZTouch Panel is a front-panel mount unit. Mounting of the unit requiresa panel cutout, and drilling six, eight, or ten holes (depending on the model) forthe mounting screws. You may also mount the 6-inch units using the optionalDIN clips. Some 6-inch units (Slim Bezel models) can only be mounted usingDIN clips. The 8-, 10- and 15-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount ONLY.Please see the Mounting section beginning on page 16 for mounting diagramsand instructions.!CAUTION: DO NOT use any thread locking compounds to securethe studs to Plastic Bezel Models. Many of these compounds willdegrade the plastic housing.Now that your EZTouch Panel is mounted, you are ready to connect your unitto the power source, PLC, and programming computer or printer. The EZTouchPanel’s PLC Port and COM1 Port support RS-232C, RS-422A and RS-485Aconnections. Note that the EZTouch Panel is a DC powered unit (24 VDC).See the section on Connections and Wiring, beginning on page 29 for furtherinformation. See the section on Option Card Installation, beginning on page32 if you have an option card installed in your EZTouch Panel.The EZTouch Panel has some adjustable features and panel tests, such as,Contrast, Clock, and Touchpad Test. You will also select whether the COM1port will be used to connect to a Programming PC or a printer. The unit isshipped with factory default values for some of these features, but they can beadjusted by the user. To change any value, enter the SETUP MODE on powerupand follow the procedures provided in the Communications Setup section beginning on page 41.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 415

4 INSTALLATIONMountingEZTouch is a panel-mount unit. Most 6-inch units (6-inch Slim models are DIN Clip mounted only)can be mounted using one of the following methods: 1. Studs; or 2. DIN Clips. 8-, 10-, and 15-inchunits are stud mounted only. The following diagrams show the outline and cutout dimensions necessary to mount the panel using Method 1. Studs. (See pages 27 and 28 for diagrams showingMethod 2. DIN Clips.)METHOD 1. Stud MountingCAUTION!1) DO NOT use any thread locking compounds to secure the studs.Many of these compounds will degrade the plastic housing.2) Mount on a VERTICAL SURFACE ONLY in order to ensure propercooling of the panel.EZTouch Panel mounting in aNEMA4 rated enclosureAllow 1-inchclearancebetween rear ofpanel andenclosureAllow 4-inchesfor panel X - Yclearance.16EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-S6M-R, EZ-S6M-F, EZ-S6M-FH, EZ-S6C-K,EZ-S6C-F, EZ-S6C-FH Outline & Cutout DimensionsAll the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 6 studs and 6 nutswith captive washers to secure the unit to the mounting surface. Dimensions are providedin inches and millimeters, mm appear in brackets [ ].EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 417

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-S6M-RS, EZ-S6M-FS, EZ-S6M-FSH, EZ-S6C-KS,EZ-S6C-FS, EZ-S6C-FSH Outline & Cutout DimensionsAll the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. See page 28 for DIN Clip installation instructions. Dimensions are provided in inches and millimeters, mm appear in brackets [ ].18EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-S8C-F and EZ-S8C-FH Outline & Cutout DimensionsAll the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nuts with captivewashers to secure the unit to the mounting surface. Dimensions are provided in inches and millimeters, mmappear in brackets [ ].EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 419

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-S8C-FS and EZ-S8C-FSH Outline DimensionsThe 8-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount only. All the necessary mounting hardware is provided with theunit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nuts with captive washers to secure the unit to the mounting surface. Dimensionsare provided in inches and millimeters, mm appear in brackets [ ].20EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-S8C-FS and EZ-S8C-FSH Cutout DimensionsThe 8-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount only. All the necessary mounting hardware is provided with theunit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nuts with captive washers to secure the unit to the mounting surface. Dimensionsare provided in inches and millimeters, mm appear in brackets [ ].EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 421

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-T10C-F and EZ-T10C-FH Outline & Cutout DimensionsAll the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nutswith captive washers to secure the unit to the mounting surface.22EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-T10C-FS, EZ-T10C-FSH, EZ-T10C-FSD, EZ-T10C-FSE, EZ-T10C-FSM,and EZ-T10C-FSP Outline DimensionsThe 10-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount ONLY. All the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nuts with captive washers to securethe unit to the mounting surface.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 423

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-T10C-FS, EZ-T10C-FSH, EZ-T10C-FSD, EZ-T10C-FSE, EZ-T10C-FSM,and EZ-T10C-FSP Cutout DimensionsThe 10-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount ONLY. All the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nuts with captive washers to securethe unit to the mounting surface.24EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-T15C-FS, EZ-T15C-FSH, EZ-T15C-FSD, EZ-T15C-FSE, EZ-T15C-FSM,and EZ-T15C-FSP Outline DimensionsThe 15-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount ONLY. All the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 18 studs and 18 nuts with captive washers tosecure the unit to the mounting surface.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 425

4 INSTALLATIONEZ-T15C-FS, EZ-T15C-FSH, EZ-T15C-FSD, EZ-T15C-FSE, EZ-T15C-FSM,and EZ-T15C-FSP Cutout DimensionsThe 15-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount ONLY. All the necessary mounting hardware is provided with the unit. Use the 18 studs and 18 nuts with captive washers tosecure the unit to the mounting surface.26EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONMETHOD 2. DIN ClipsThe 6-inch Slim Bezel models must be mounted using DIN Clips. It isoptional for the other 6-inch models. DIN Clips are metal brackets (P/N EZBRK-1, package of 2 brackets and 4 screws) that attach to the panel andsecure the front panel to a mounting surface with 4 screws. Use the diagramand instructions below to mount the EZTouch Panel using DIN Clips.CAUTION1.There are 4 rectangular holes in each side (two at the top and two atthe bottom) of the chassis as shown in the following figure. Choosethe holes that allow the appropriate space for your mounting panelthickness.2.On each DIN Clip there are two metal tabs (bent inward) that fit intothese holes. Insert the two clip tabs into two holes (top and bottom)and secure the panel by alternately tightening the DIN Clip screws (4)until the back edge of the EZTouch Panel front bezel is flush with themounting panel.CAUTION: Tighten DIN Clips to a maximum of 1.5 inch-pounds to provide a proper seal. Automationdirect.com assumes no responsibility for“liquids” damage to the unit or other equipment within the enclosurebecause of improper installation.EZ-S6M-R, EZ-S6M-F, EZ-S6M-FH, EZ-S6C-K, EZ-S6C-F, EZ-S6C-FH DIN Clip Slot LocationFront BezelMounting PanelDIN Clip locationScrews (4)DIN Clip tab inserted into rectangularhole closest to the front bezelEZ-TOUCH-M Revision 427

4 INSTALLATIONSlim Bezel Models EZ-S6M-RS, EZ-S6M-FS, EZ-S6M-FSH,EZ-S6C-FS, EZ-S6C-KS, EZ-S6C-FSH DIN Clip Slot LocationFront BezelMounting PanelDIN Clip locationScrews (4)DIN Clip tab insertedinto rectangular holeclosest to the front bezel28EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONConnections and WiringWiring DiagramBack ViewStatus LEDThe Status LED providesan indication of unit status.It will illuminate as RED orGREEN. If the LED doesnot light, this indicates thatthere is NO POWER to unitor the power supply failed.Check or replace powersupply. If the LED turnsRED and stays RED, checkpower supply to ensure ithas sufficient currentcapability. If the LEDflashes RED and turnsGREEN that indicatesnormal operation. For moreinformation, see theTroubleshooting section ofthis manual.Power TerminalsConnect ( ) on theunit to the ( ) lead ofyour power source;(-) on the unit is connected to the (-)lead, and chassisGND (on the unit) isconnected to thechassis ground ofthe cabinet. Seepage 30 for more information on powerconnector.Power ConnectorBottom ViewPLC PortRS-232C, RS-422A or RS-485A Female 15-pin DSub Connector. Most PLCs connect to 15-pin DSub with cable specific to the PLC type (seetable, page 30, for cable part numbers.) Specialinterface boards with PLC connector are available for PLCs requiring a special connector.For special Option Card Connector information,see pages 32 through 39.PLC PortCOM 1 PortProgramming PC CableP/N EZTOUCH-PGMCBLSee page 31 for moreinformation.COM 1 PortRS-232C, RS-422A, or RS-485A Female 9-pinD-Sub Connector for connection to programming computer. When not in use for programming, it may be used for connection toa serial printer. See page 31.PLC CableSee page 32 for moreinformation.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 429

4 INSTALLATIONPower TerminalIt is recommended you use a regulated power source isolated from relays,valves, etc.Power Connector (P4, Phoenix 3-pin Header, 0.2 cntr)P in #C onnection1 V2–V24V D C (20–30 V D C )3C hassis GroundPLC PortThe table, below left, provides the pinout for the panel PLC connector. Thetable,below right, provides the PLC Cable Part Number that is specific to yourPLC. Cable wiring diagrams for each PLC are provided in Appendix A. Specialinterface boards with PLC connector are available for PLCs requiring a specialconnector. For EZTouch Panels with A-B DH option cards installed, see tableson pages 5 and 6 in Chapter 2. See page 33 for EZEthernet Option Card port.18PLC Cable Part NumbersPart NumberCable DescriptionEZ-2CBLDirect Logic PLC RJ12 port, DL05, DL06, DL105,DL205, DL350 & DL450 (RS-232C)EZ-2CBL-1Direct Logic (VGA Style) 15-pin port, DL250 (250-1),DL260, DL06 (RS-232C)EZ-3CBLDirect Logic PLC RJ11 port, DL340 (RS-232C)PLC ConnectorPinout15PinNumber9Connection1Chassis GND2PLC TXD (RS-232C)3PLC RXD (RS-232C)EZ-4CBL-1Direct Logic PLC 15-Pin Dsub port, DL405 (RS-232C)4 5V (100Ω)EZ-4CBL-2Direct Logic PLC 25-Pin Dsub port, DL405, DL350,DL305 DCU, and all DCM's (RS-232C)5Logic GND6LEEZ-90-30-CBLGE 90/30 and 90/70 15-pin Dsub port (RS-422A)7PLC CTS (RS-232C)EZ-DH458-CBLAB SLC DH-485 port (RS-232C)8PLC RTS (RS-232C)EZ-SLC-232-CBLAB SLC 5/03/04/05 DF1 port (RS-232C)9RXD (RS-422A)EZPLC5-232-CBLAB PLC5 DF1 port (RS-232C)10RXD- (RS-422A)AB MicroLogix 1000, 1200 & 1500 (RS-232C)11TXD (RS-422A)12TXD- (RS-422A)13Terminating Resistor (connect to pin 9)14NC15NCEZ-MLOGIX-CBLEZ-MITSU-CBLMitsubishi FX Series 25-pin port (RS-422A)EZ-MITSU-CBL-1Mitsubishi FX Series 8-pin (RS-422A)EZ-OMRON-CBLOmron C200, C500 (RS-232C)EZ-S7MPI-CBLSiemens 7 MPI Adapter (RS-232C)30EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONCOM1 PortThe COM1 Port is used to connect a programming computer or a printer to theEZTouch Panel. The panel only needs to be connected to a PC when you areprogramming the unit. You will use the EZTouch Panel Programming Softwareto design the touch panel screens. A wiring diagram for the EZTouch PanelRS-232C Programming Cable is shown below. The table shows EZTouch’spinout for RS-232C and RS-422A connections.RS-232C EZTouch Panel Programming Cable (P/N EZTOUCH-PGMCBL)EZ TOUCH COM1RS-232PC COM PortConnect aProgramming (Shell)DSR(6)D-sub 9-pinMaleCTS(8)D-sub 9-pinFemaleCOM1 ConnectorPin #EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4RS-232C ConnectionRS-422A Connection1DO NOT USE TXD– (RS-422/485)TXD– (RS-422/485)2TXD (RS-232C)DO NOT USE TXD (RS-232C)3RXD (RS-232C)DO NOT USE RXD (RS-232C)4DO NOT USE RXD– (RS-422/485)RXD– (RS-422/485)5Logic GNDLogic GND6DO NOT USE TXD (RS-422/485)TXD (RS-422/485)7DO NOT USE CTS (NOT USED)DO NOT USE CTS (NOT USED)8DO NOT USE RTS (NOT USED)DO NOT USE RTS (NOT USED)9DO NOT USE RXD (RS-422/485)RXD (RS-422/485)31

4 INSTALLATIONOption Card InstallationThe EZTouch Panel Models EZ-S6M-FH, EZ-S6M-FSH, EZ-S6C-FH, EZ-S6CFSH, EZ-S8C-FH, EZ-S8C-FSH, EZ-T10C-FH, EZ-T10C-FSH, and EZ-T15CFSH have the Allen-Bradley Data HIghway Plus/Remote I/O Option Card installed. (Allen-Bradley option cards are designated by an “H” at the end of thepart number.Also, EZ Ethernet Models (P/N EZ-ETHERNET) and EZTouch Panel ModelsEZ-T10C-FSD, EZ-T10C-FSE, EZ-T10C-FSM, EZ-T10C-FSP, EZ-T15C-FSD,EZ-T15C-FSE, EZ-T15C-FSM, and EZ-T15C-FSP, have an option card installed.Those with a “D” at the end of the part number have a generic DeviceNet I/Ocard installed, with an “E” have a generic Ethernet I/O card installed, thosewith a “M” have a Modicon Modbus Plus card installed, and those with a “P”have a generic Profibus-DP option card installed. A connector, unique to eachoption, is attached to these option boards and is accessible from the bottom ofthe unit.The option card has been installed to the backplane connector shown below.(The connector on the bottom right side of the card installs into the backplaneconnector.) The card is secured with two screws.A section of the plastic back cover has been removed to allow access to optioncard connectors that extend over the edge of the board. See the followingpages for more information on each board.DH Option Card isinstalled into theBackplane connectorshown herePanel open, showing installedOption Card (Allen-Bradley DH is shown)32EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONAllen-Bradley Data Highway Plus Option Card62-PIN SOCKETMOUNT ON BACK SIDEThe Allen-Bradley Data Highway PlusPLC connector that extends over theedge of the board is shown below. Nextto the connector are two LEDs that illuminate to indicate status.EZTouch PanelRemote I/OOption CardA-B PLC DataHighway PlusConnector1 Blue 1Shield ShieldA-B DH ConnectorConfiguration“ERROR” LED2 Clear 2TransmitEnable LEDEZ-TOUCH-M Revision 433

4 INSTALLATIONEZ Ethernet Option CardThe EZ Ethernet Option Card (P/N EZ-ETHERNET) comes with two differenttype screws. Remove the screws from the packaging and set aside.a.DO NOT FORCE THECARD CONNECTORinto the backplane —to do so may bend orbreak the pins andpermanently damagethe card. First, ensurethat the pins arealigned properly, andthen press firmly intoplace.b.c.d.e.f.g.h.i.Connect EZTouch Panel to a computer and, following instructions inEZTouch Panel Software Help Topics or User Manual, upload the userprogram from the Panel to the computer. Save the user program todisk.BACKPLANEDisconnect panel power source.Open back cover (shown open in figure tothe right) to install the card.The connector on the bottom right side ofthe card installs into the backplaneconnector.Secure the card into place by installing thetwo screws.The bottom of the plastic back cover has asection that must be removed to allow access to the EZ Ethernetconnector that extends over the edge of the board. To remove thisplastic section, look for the perforation and snap it out along theperformation with a pair of pliers.Close rear cover and press so that it snaps into place.Reconnect power source, connect to PC, run EZTouch ProgrammingSoftware and follow instructions to download the user programpreviously saved to disk.Consult the EZ Ethernet Option Card Manual (P/N EZ-ETHERNET-M)for programming instructions.DIP SwitchesConnectorLEDs34EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONEZ Ethernet Option Card Outline DrawingFor more information about the card, connector, LEDs and Switches, see theEZ Ethernet Option Card Manual (P/N EZ-ETHERNET-M)62-PIN SOCKETMOUNT ON BACK SIDEMAC IDLEDs(only visible with rear panelhousing open)Connector(RJ45)DIP Switches(only visible with rear panel open)For information about LEDs, DIP Switches, Connectionsand programming, refer to the EZ Ethernet Option CardManual, P/N EZ-ETHERNET-M.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 435

4 INSTALLATIONGeneric DeviceNet I/O Option CardThe EZTouch Panel Models EZ-T10C-FSD, and EZ-T15C-FSD have theDeviceNet I/O Option Card installed. A special connector is attached to theseoption boards and is accessible from the bottom of the unit.The bottom of the plastic back cover has a section that has been removed toallow access to the DeviceNet connector that extends over the edge of theboard. Next to the connector are DIP Switches and then four LEDs that illuminate to indicate status. The Watchdog LED is only visible when you open theback cover.DeviceNet ConnectorDIP SwitchesWatchdog LEDStatus LEDsConnectorPinSignal12345VCAN LSHIELDCAN HV 36DescriptionNegative supply voltageCAN L bus lineCable shieldCAN H bus linePositive supply voltageEZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONGeneric Ethernet/IP Option CardEZTouch Panel Models EZ-T10C-FSE, and EZ-T15C-FSE have the Ethernet/IP Option Card installed. A special connector is attached to these option boardsand is accessible from the bottom of the unit.The bottom of the plastic back cover has a section that has been removed toallow access to the Ethernet /IPconnector that extends over the edge of theboard. Next to the connector are DIP Switches used for configuration, andfour LEDs that illuminate to indicate status. The Watchdog LED is only visiblewhen you open the back cover. The module uses twisted-pair cables, and noexternal termination is required.RJ45 (Standard)Pin1SignalTD 2TD-3RD onEZ-TOUCH-M Revision 437

4 INSTALLATIONModicon Modbus Plus Option CardThe EZTouch Panel Models EZ-T10C-FSM, and EZ-T15C-FSM have the ModbusPlus Option Card installed. A special connector is attached to these optionboards and is accessible from the bottom of the unit.The bottom of the plastic back cover has a section that has been removed toallow access to the Modbus connector (9-pin Female D-SUB) that extends overthe edge of the board. Two types of connectors are available from Modicon forconnecting devices to the network. Each inline drop requires a line connector,Modicon part number AS-MBKT-085. This part number contains one connector. The drops at the two ends of the cable, each require a terminating connector, Modicon part number AS-MBKT-185. This contains two connectors.The Modbus Plus node address can be set using the first six positions of theDIP switches located at the top of the option board as shown in the diagrambelow. When the board is seated in the panel, setting the DIP Switch in the UPposition is the ON position. There are three Status LEDs on the Modbus Plusoption card: MBP, TXD, and RXD. The TXD and RXD LEDs indicate the boardis transmitting or receiving data. The MPB LED (leftmost LED) indicates ModbusPlus status.38EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONGeneric Profibus-DP Option CardThe EZTouch Panel Models EZ-T10C-FSP, and EZ-T15C-FSP have theProfibus-DP Option Card installed. A special connector is attached to theseoption boards and is accessible from the bottom of the unit.The bottom of the plastic back cover has a section that has been removed toallow access to the Profibus-DP connector that extends over the edge of theboard. Next to the connector are a Termination Switch, Rotary AddressSwitches, and four LEDs that illuminate to indicate status.FIELDBUS CONNECTOR9-pin female D-SUB connectorD-SUBScrew TerminalNameHousingShieldConnected to PE1Not connected-2Not connected-3B-LinePositive RxD/TxD accordingto RS-485 specification4RTSRequest to Send*5GND BUSIsolated GND from RS-485side*6 5 V BUSIsolated 5 V from RS-485side7Not connected-8A-LineNegative RxD/TxD accordingto RS-485 specification9Not connected-* 5V BUS and GND BUS are used for bus termination. Somedevices, like optical transceivers (RS-485 to fiber optics) mightrequire external power supply from these points. RTS is used in someequipment to determine the direction of transmission. In normalapplications only A-Line, B-Line, and Shield are used.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 439

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4 INSTALLATIONCommunications SetupAfter the EZTouch Panel is powered up, you mayenter the Setup Mode by simultaneously pressingthe extreme upper left and lower left touch cellson the panel screen. The following screen is displayed. Information is displayed in the upper lefthand corner about the current revision of the Firmware, Hardware, and Boot program. Also shownis RAM memory — Used, Free and Total, and Flashmemory. Below that is displayed the time and date, whether the COM1 port isconnected to a computer or a printer, and the current Contrast setting. Thereare six buttons at the bottom of the screen. They are labeled Clock, COM1,Contrast, Touchpad Test, Display Test and Exit.Main Setup ScreenClockClock Setup ScreenSET TIME AND DATEWhen you press the Clock button, the screen shown above will appear.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 441

4 INSTALLATIONEnter the current time and date. Press the keypad button of the number youwant to enter. It will show in the display window. If correct, press Hr, Min, Sec,or Day, Mon, Yr corresponding to the time or date position you are setting. Ifnot correct, press CL to clear the window. For the month, enter the number ofthe month and the three letter abbreviation for the month will be displayed(e.g., 7 July JUL).COM1COM1 PortSetup ScreenASSIGN COM1The COM1 button is used to assign the COM1 port for use with an externaldevice. When you press the COM 1 button, the screen shown above will appear. Press the Computer button if the port will be connected to the programming computer. Press the Printer button if the port will be connected to a printer.Please Note: If you are in Setup Mode, it doesn’t matter what the COM1setting is (Printer or Computer), you CAN STILL TRANSFER A PROGRAMfrom EZTouch Programming Software to the panel. The COM1 setting toPrinter is OVERRIDEN while in Setup Mode. When you exit Setup Mode,however, the Printer assignment to COM1 becomes effective—you WILLNOT have a connection established between the computer and the paneland WILL NOT be able to transfer a program. You must return to SetupMode and REMAIN in Setup Mode while transferring, OR change the COM1assignment on the ASSIGN COM1 screen, shown above, to Computer,exit Setup Mode, and THEN you can transfer the program to the panel.To enter Setup Mode from the user program, press on the extreme upperand extreme lower touch cell on the EZTouch Panel touchscreen. On thefirst Setup Mode Screen, press the COM1 button. From the ASSIGN COM1screen (shown above), press Computer. You are automatically taken backto the first setup screen. Press the Exit button to return to the user program.42EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

4 INSTALLATIONContrastWhen you press the Contrast button, the screen shown above will appear(except that the monochrome units will not have color). From this screen youcan adjust the panel screen contrast (except on the 10" and 15" TFT Colorunits). Press Exit to return to the previous screen. In the Current Contrastwindow, the current contrast setting is displayed. The 6" Monochrome unitswill have a contrast range of 87 to 119. The 10" and 15" TFT Color units will nothave a contrast adjustment feature. The 8" Color unit will have a contrastrange of 21 to 52, and the 6" Color unit’s contrast range is 0 to 32. Press the upand down arrow buttons to adjust the screen display contrast. Press Exit toreturn to the setup screen.Touchpad TestModel Part Numbers192 Touch Cells:48 Touch C-*EZ-S6C-FEZ-T10C-*EZ-T15C-** (all 8-, 10-, and 15-inch modelshave 192 Touch Cells)Shown above is the Test screen for the 8" Color screen touch pad. There are192 touch cells on some of the 6" models (see table, above, right) and on the8", 10", and 15” panel screens (16 x 12), and 48 (8 x 6) on the other 6" models.EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 443

4 INSTALLATIONEach touchpad is numbered for reference. Press on each or any square to testthat it is active. It will be highlighted after pressing to show that it has beentested. Press the square again to deselect it. Each square should beep whenpressed. Press Exit in the lower right hand corner to quit.Display TestThe Display Test button is primarily used for production testing at the factory.Bands of color scroll horizontally and vertically across the screen during thistest. It is used to check the pixel quality of the display before shipping the unit.ExitPress the Exit button to display the Powerup screen you have selected in yourproject (selected under Project Attributes.)RebootTo reboot the EZTouch Panel from any programmed screen, simultaneouslypress the extreme upper left and extreme lower left touchpad area on thepanel screen.44EZ-TOUCH-M Revision 4

EZ-T10C-FS, EZ-T10C-FSH, EZ-T10C-FSD, EZ-T10C-FSE, EZ-T10C-FSM, and EZ-T10C-FSP Outline Dimensions The 10-inch Slim Bezel Models are Stud Mount ONLY. All the necessary mounting hard-ware is provided with the unit. Use the 8 studs and 8 nuts with captive washers to secure the unit to the mounting surface.