The Red lion Controls is an internationally based manufacturer of industrial control products, Red Lion Controls has been delivering innovative solutions for over forty years. As the global experts in communication, monitoring and control for industrial automation and networking. Red Lion Controls has over the years built a strong reputation in several product disciplines, including Human Machine Interface (HMI), Process Control and Digital Measurement.
The Red lion Controls announced the appointment of Jack Lee as President of the company. Jack, whose appointment is effective immediately, will be based at Red Lion’s headquarters in York, Pennsylvania. After 40 years of development, the company has more than 450 employees. The Red lion Controls automation, Ethernet and cellular M2M technology enables companies worldwide to gain real-time data visibility that drives productivity.
In this table, list all the Part No. of Red Lion Controls HMI. You can call up the search box by holding down the keyboard Ctrl+F and enter the model you want to find. Then send inquiries to VICPAS for more product details and price.
|Series||Part No.||Repair Parts||Size||Display|
|Graphite G07||G07C0000||Touchscreen,Protective Film,Display||7"||800 x 480|
|G07S0000||Touch Screen,Protective Film,LCD||7"||800 x 480|
|Graphite G09||G09C0000||Touch Panel,Front Overlay,Display||9"||800 x 480|
|G09C1000||Touch Panel,Protective Film,LCD||9"||800 x 480|
|Red Lion Controls HMI Graphite G10 Series||G10C0000||Touchscreen,Film,LCD Display||10"||640 x 480|
|G10C1000||Touch Panel,Film,LCD Display||10"||640 x 480|
|G10R0000||Touchscreen,Protective Film,Display||10"||800 x 480|
|G10R1000||Touch Screen,Protective Film,LCD||10"||800 x 480|
|G10S0000||Touch Panel,Front Overlay,Display||10"||640 x 480|
|G10S1000||Touch Panel,Protective Film,LCD||10"||640 x 480|
|Graphite G12||G12C0000||Touchscreen,Film,LCD Display||12"||1280 x 800|
|G12C1100||Touch Panel,Film,LCD Display||12"||1280 x 800|
|G12S1100||Touchscreen,Protective Film,Display||12"||1280 x 800|
|G15||G15C0000||Touch Screen,Protective Film,LCD||15"||1024 x 768|
|G15C1100||Touchscreen,Film,LCD Display||15"||1024 x 768|
|G303||G303M000||Membrane Keyboard||3"||128 x 64|
|G303S000||Membrane Keypad||3"||128 x 64|
|G306||G306M000||Touchscreen,Keypad,Display||6"||320 x 240|
|G306A000||Touchscreen,Keybaord,Display||6"||320 x 240|
|G306MS00||Screen,Keypad,Display||6"||320 x 240|
|G308||G308C100||Touch Panel,Keypad,Display||8"||640 x 480|
|G308A210||Touchscreen,Keyboard,LCD||8"||640 x 480|
|G308A230||Screen,Keypad,Display||8"||640 x 480|
|Red Lion Controls HMI G310 Series||G310C000||Touch Screen,Keypad,Display||10.4"||800 x 600|
|G310S000||Touchscreen,Keyboard,Display||10.4"||800 x 600|
|G310C210||Screen,Keybaord,Display||10.4"||640 x 480|
|G310C230||Touchscreen,Keypad,Display||10.4"||640 x 480|
|G310R210||Touchscreen,Keybaord,Display||10.4"||640 x 480|
|G310R230||Screen,Keypad,Display||10.4"||640 x 480|
|G310S210||Touch Panel,Keypad,Display||10.4"||640 x 480|
|G310S230||Touchscreen,Keyboard,LCD||10.4"||640 x 480|
|G315||G315C210||Screen,Keypad,Display||15"||1024 x 768|
|G315C230||Touch Screen,Keypad,Display||15"||1024 x 768|
|G3 KADET G304K2||G304K200||Touch Panel,Protective Film,LCD||4"|
|G3 KADET G307K2||G307K200||Touch Panel,Film,LCD Display||7"|
|CR1000||CR10000400000210||Touchscreen,Protective Film,Display||4.3"||480 x 272|
|CR10000700000210||Touch Screen,Protective Film,LCD||7"||800 x 480|
|CR10001000000210||Touchscreen,Film,LCD Display||10.4"||800 x 600|
|CR3000||CR30000400000310||Touchscreen,Protective Film,Display||4.3"||480 x 272|
|CR30000700000420||Touch Screen,Protective Film,LCD||7"||800 x 480|
|CR30001000000420||Touch Panel,Front Overlay,Display||10"||800 x 600|
|CR30001500000420||Touchscreen,Film,LCD Display||15"||1024 x 768|
|GL300||GL300000||Membrane Keyboard Switch|
|GL300010||Membrane Keyboard Keypad|
|VX-550||VX550S00||Membrane Keyboard Switch|
Red Lion Controls industrial automation HMI develops different series of HMIs for different industrial production scenarios. At present, include HMI Operator Interfaces Graphite & G3 & Kadet HMIs Protocol conversion
Red Lion Graphite advanced operator panels are the industry's first rugged HMI touchscreens to combine a wide range of versatile plug-in modules with protocol conversion, data logging and web-based monitoring and control. With all cast-aluminum construction and UL Class 1, Division 2, ABS, ATEX and IECEx zone 2/22 approvals, Graphite HMIs support wide operating temperatures and high shock/vibration tolerances to enable you to connect, monitor and control processes regardless of environment. For outdoor applications, sunlight-readable models are available in both 7" and 10" sizes.
Graphite HMIs come standard with one 10/100Base-T(X) Ethernet port, two RS-232 and one RS-422/485 serial ports, one USB Device and two USB Host ports. Additional Ethernet and/or RS-422/485 ports are available on specific models.
With a proven track record of reliable performance in industrial environments, Red Lion G3 HMIs provide durability and functionality beyond the industry standard with an intuitive, easy-to-use programming interface. Our G3 HMIs feature built-in, powerful protocol conversion with support for over 300 industrial drivers to connect disparate devices and simplify communication across multi-vendor environments.
G3 HMIs come standard with one 10/100Base-T(X) Ethernet port, two RS-232 and one RS-422/485 serial ports and one USB Device port. Additional Ethernet and/or RS-422/485 ports are available on specific models.
Red Lion G3 Kadet HMIs are the perfect choice when what you need is the core functionality and consistent performance of a top-quality HMI to support the ongoing operation of equipment in less complex industrial environments. Available in two sizes, our G3 Kadet HMIs cost-effectively deliver the power of best-in-class communications alongside industry-leading protocol conversion capabilities, allowing you to seamlessly integrate with PLCs, drives, motion controllers and other automation devices.
Red Lion Controls G3 HMI Series Manuals
Red Lion Controls CR1000&CP3000 HMI Manuals
Red Lion Graphite HMIs Series Manuals
Red Lion Obsolete HMIs Series Manuals
Red Lion's Crimson software is an amazing programming platform. Crimson offers a powerful set of drag-and-drop configuration, display, control and data logging tools designed to take full advantage of Red Lion's product architecture.
After 40 years of continuous development and update, Crimson Software has 5 different versions for industrial automation applications.
With Crimson, simple applications can be set up quickly using a step-by-step process to configure communications protocols and define data tags for access. An extensive menu of built-in, point-and-click serial and Ethernet drivers map controller data to PLC registers in seconds. Built-in communications drivers inherently know how to talk to PLCs, PCs or SCADA systems—so no code is required to establish communication.
Red Lion’s Crimson software is a remarkable programming platform.
Delivering a powerful set of drag-and-drop configuration, display, control and data logging tools, Crimson was designed specifically to take full advantage of Red Lion's product architecture.
Red Lion's CR1000, CR3000, Graphite and G3 HMIs, Graphite Core and Edge controllers, Modular Controller and Data Station Plus products have access to the widest used protocols in the automation market.
There are two ways to get Red Lion Control Technical Support:
1. Call 888-885-9254
Please contact our technical support team at 888-885-9254 for the nearest repair depot.
2. Ask your local Red Lion Control Distributor for help
Browse their official website, https://www.redlion.net/find-distributor find the contact information of your local distributor, and ask them for help.
QUESTION: How much control in the field is happening these days? Has the long-ago promise of distributed control finally gone mainstream?
GEIS: The IIoT is evolving quickly and can be classified in a few stages. At first, IIoT was seen as a data visualization tool in the cloud. Data would be transmitted to a cloud repository, and the IIoT platform would present a data dashboard allowing anybody, anywhere to see system data easily. These cloud dashboards could be considered "IIoT v1.” However, IoT v2 took the data visualization and added intelligence, reporting and alarming. This functionality allowed more autonomous operation, notifying if a system or process outside of programmed conditions and didn’t require an operator to monitor screens 24/7.
IIoT v3 is opening the way for distributed control, or bidirectional control with systems and processes. This phase of the IIoT is expanding on data dashboards, centralized alarming and also creating a feedback loop with the edge of the network. While some customers are allowing the feedback loop control equipment, more customers are simply allowing this feedback loop to modify a local database in the field (e.g. confirming that an alarm was received or an action was taken by the cloud platform).
Another practice we’re seeing is having edge devices alert and alarm locally based on their programming, even as they’re communicating information upstream to a cloud platform where further action may be taken. Customers must place a large amount of trust in their equipment and network to allow for full, autonomous control of their equipment by an IIoT platform, and this hybrid model gives customers greater confidence. We're seeing more customers asking questions about this functionality, and our equipment is capable of performing these tasks, but it's still a little early to call it mainstream. Customers are deploying more edge control with IIoT connectivity because the visibility to the system and process has improved so much, but it isn’t standard practice to deploy platform-driven edge control yet.
QUESTION: How are the alternative-path networking methods likely to evolve in the future?
GEIS: The general trend in IIoT is security and scalability. The future of this industry is one-touch deployments with auto-detection/auto-registration features. Deployed devices will sniff out network traffic and will securely push it to an IIoT cloud. Control is coming, with more reliable operation with less latency and increased intelligence of dependent processes.
BENSON: However, sensor gateways, edge devices, PLCs, drives, networked I/O, and protocol converters all place new challenges on distributed industrial systems. Companies have to come up with a way to ensure an optimal path back to their MES or IIoT platform without risking significant added data costs or adding unnecessary complexity to their architecture. Sometimes the solutions are simple, such as moving from unmanaged to managed switches and learning how to employ the built-in features that inhibit bandwidth-stealing broadcast storms, implementing QoS, VPN, etc., or developing a report-by-exception strategy for communicating data to a cloud platform. However, more work can be done in the areas of path optimization, congestion detection and multi-path routing.
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