EC: Configurable HMI Panel

Hardware – HMI, operator interface, thin-client: The EAO Configurable HMI Panel provides a modular and uniquely customizable approach to implementing an HMI control panel in industrial machinery by use of mixed HMI technologies within one complete unit. This is a Control Engineering 2012 Engineers’ Choice finalist.

11/17/2011


Configurable Human Machine Interface Panel. The EAO Configurable HMI (Human Machine Interface) Panel provides a modular and uniquely customizable approach to implementing an HMI control panel in your industrial machinery by use of mixed HMI technologies within one complete unit. This is a Control Engineering 2012 Engineers' Choice finalist.The EAO Configurable HMI Panel provides a modular and uniquely customizable approach to implementing an HMI control panel in industrial machinery or fabrication equipment. The panel allows for mixed technologies, using standard components with the ability to customize the layout with adaptable switch cut-outs. The panel incorporates durable membrane buttons, an integrated display, resistive touchscreen, and integration of electromechanical push-buttons and components. The Configurable HMI Panel is an innovative, affordable solution for designing a control panel that is customizable and can incorporate advanced electronic components with reliable electromechanical buttons and switches.

www.eao-hmi.com

www.eao-hmi.com/en/machinery/industrial-machinery

EAO Corporation

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