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InduSoft Web Studio v7.1 Service Pack 1

12 April, 2013

InduSoft has released the first service pack for InduSoft Web Studio v7.1, adding multitouch development capabilities for touch-screen enabled devices.

Phoenix Contact TP 5000 Series HMI devices

03 December, 2012

The TP 5000 Series HMI range is powered by the high-performance Intel Atom 1.6 GHz CPU.

Phoenix Contact web-based operator panels

01 March, 2012

The Phoenix Contact range of web-based operator panels now comes in 10 and 15″ versions.

Red Lion ProducTVity Station

23 January, 2012 by

The Red Lion ProducTVity Station is a solution for collecting, recording and displaying critical key performance indicators (KPIs) and machine status messages on any TV, monitor or projector equipped with a DVI/HDMI interface.

Advantech WebOP-2000 widescreen HMI panels

02 November, 2011 by

Advantech has launched a range of widescreen 4.3 to 10.1 HMI industrial panels for controlling a wide range of programmable logic controllers.

Allen-Bradley PanelView Plus 6 HMI range

02 November, 2011

The Allen-Bradley PanelView Plus 6 range of human machine interfaces (HMIs) is designed for applications that require monitoring, controlling and displaying information in dynamic ways, where operators must quickly understand machine status in order to make better decisions.

Phoenix Contact Open Data Port (ODP) GPRS telecontrol station

27 September, 2011 by

Open Data Port (ODP) from Phoenix Contact is a solution to monitor and manage telecontrol stations with data transfer via GPRS. The advantages of this solution are claimed to lie in the reliable data transfer, the use of standard PLC and modem components, as well as standard industrial interfaces and protocols.

Seneca S401 Modbus HMI displays

20 December, 2010 by

The Seneca S401 range of Modbus HMI displays utilises organic LED (OLED) technology, giving them a rapid response time, wide viewing angle, high colour rendition and high contrast and brightness ratios.

Unitronics Vision1040 PLC and integrated HMI

17 December, 2010 by

The Unitronics Vision1040 PLC and integrated HMI is designed to allow machine manufacturers and system integrators to add a 10.4 colour touch screen equipped with a nine programmable function key display and full PLC functionality to their systems. It provides up to 1024 I/O options, a USB programming port, data logging, and built-in recipe capability.

Wonderware to be bundled with Advantech HMIs

11 October, 2010

Advantech and Wonderware have announced they are collaborating to provide what they call ‘one-click’ factory automation computing.

Pro-Face AGP3600-U1-D24-CA1M and AGP3650-U1-D24 sunlight-readable HMIs

10 September, 2010

Pro-Face Australia has announced two 12.1″ sunlight-readable HMIs. The AGP3600-U1-D24-CA1M model is a CANopen master style HMI, capable of running ladder logic programs and controlling up to 510 digital I/O points. It can also run four third-party protocols simultaneously.

Penny+Giles JC1500 12-bit programmable joystick

23 August, 2010 by

Penny+Giles JC1500 is a robust, hand-operated, 12-bit, programmable joystick based on Hall-effect technology designed for single-axis operator control of cranes, aerial work platforms and other off-highway vehicle applications. The compact joystick comes with a range of user-defined features, enabling OEMs to quickly and efficiently build safe and reliable control systems.

Beijer Electronics Exter T150-st stainless steel HMI

17 May, 2010 by

Beijer Electronics has added the T150-st to its Exter series of operator panels. The Exter T150-st has an acid-resistant stainless steel construction, so it is suited to those situations where acid-based cleaning agents are used.

Pro-Face GP4100 series monochrome HMIs

24 March, 2010 by

Pro-Face has introduced the GP4100 series HMI. These 3.4 STN monochrome touch screens have a pixel resolution of 200 x 80. The HMIs can be used in either landscape or portrait mode and are only 28 mm thick.

Tuning the forgotten loop

18 March, 2010

The purpose of tuning loops is to reduce errors and thus provide more efficient operation that returns quickly to steady-state efficiency after upsets, errors or changes in load. The ‘forgotten loop’ has been the operator, who is typically trained to ‘average’ parameters to run adequately under most steady-state conditions.

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