Machine-mountable remote display

The Machine-Mountable Remote Display features industrious metal housing to shield the display from electrical noise, while its cabled connector provides a secure, dependable connection—further enhancing the device’s electrical noise immunity.

02/20/2013


The Machine-Mountable Remote Display features industrious metal housing to shield the display from electrical noise, while its cabled connector provides a secure, dependable connection—further enhancing the device’s electrical noise immunity. Courtesy: BaThe Machine-Mountable Remote Display enables users to view the iVu sensor image remotely and serves as a constant monitoring and user-programming interface, without interference from electrical noise. The rugged, noise immune, stationary remote display features an 89-mm (3.5-in), diagonal, color LCD flat-panel touch screen display and an exceptionally wide viewing angle—60 degrees left and 60 degrees right; 50 degrees up, and 55 degrees down. Two LEDs on the Remote Display provide feedback of the remote sensor operation—one for Power/Error, and the other indicating inspection Pass/Fail. It is available in five cordset lengths, ordered separately; mounting brackets and stylus is included with the cordset kit.

Banner Engineering

www.bannerengineering.com 



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