3-color displays viewable 600 feet away

Red Lion Controls has released the Plant Floor Marquee (PFM) series of highly visible, multi-color LED displays. Optimized for communicating critical machine status and production data instantly across the plant floor, the largest PFM is readable at distances up to 600 feet (182 m) The PFM series features a graphical 3-color display, available in four sizes that can convey production targets, m...

02/01/2009



Red Lion Controls has released the Plant Floor Marquee (PFM) series of highly visible, multi-color LED displays. Optimized for communicating critical machine status and production data instantly across the plant floor, the largest PFM is readable at distances up to 600 feet (182 m) The PFM series features a graphical 3-color display, available in four sizes that can convey production targets, machine faults, and other custom messages. PFM can be programmed to display machine stoppages, allowing equipment failures to be quickly addressed. It takes advantage of features of Red Lion’s G3 series HMI, Data Station Plus, or Modular Controller as a host device to display text and graphics. The company’s host devices and free Crimson software supports over 170 different device protocols and can send and receive data from seven or more device types simultaneously. www.redlion.net Red Lion Controls





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