Dual-Ethernet HMIs with IIoT capability, enhanced security

Maple Systems' 7-in. HMI5070DL and 9.7-in. HMI5097DXL dual-Ethernet human-machine interfaces (HMIs) has two separate Ethernet networks that offers a connected Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) system while providing security.

06/17/2016


Maple Systems' 7-in. HMI5070DL, and the 9.7-in. HMI5097DXL dual-Ethernet human-machine interfaces (HMIs) has two separate Ethernet networks that offers a connected Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) system while providing security. Courtesy: Maple SysteMaple Systems' 7-in. HMI5070DL and 9.7-in. HMI5097DXL dual-Ethernet human-machine interfaces (HMIs) are designed to divide industrial control and remote access functionality between two distinctly separate Ethernet networks. The internal industrial communications network, and an external wide area network (WAN) offers a connected Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) system while providing security of an internal control network. Two 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports and up to a 1 GHz processor keep machinery operating at peak performance. Other features include 16 million color displays, analog resistive touchscreens, up to 1024 x 768 pixel high-resolution TFT. It also features up to 1 GHz processor and up to 512 MB flash memory and 256 MB RAM. It has two Ethernet ports, three serial ports, and one USB host port.

Maple Systems

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