HMI I/O controller does simple tasks without a PLC

A new I/O module easily interfaces with Beijer Electronics’ HMI and allows the user to implement simple monitoring and automation tasks without a PLC. The compact HMI I/O controller is developed for the plus version of the H-T40, the H-T40m-P, which features extended memory. The module can be easily mounted on the back of the H-T40m-P.

02/01/2009



A new I/O module easily interfaces with Beijer Electronics’ HMI and allows the user to implement simple monitoring and automation tasks without a PLC. The compact HMI I/O controller is developed for the plus version of the H-T40, the H-T40m-P, which features extended memory. The module can be easily mounted on the back of the H-T40m-P. The HMI I/O controller features 12 digital inputs/4 digital outputs. Other versions, including analog I/O modules, are in development. Up to 16 modules per H-T40m-P can be stacked up; the built-in processor enables the H-T40m-P to operate at optimal speed with no adverse effects. Monitoring and automation tasks can be developed with H-Designer software, which features flexible tools that allow projects to be created in a few minutes and offers instant off-line and on-line simulation. www.beijerelectronics.com Beijer Electronics





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