EC: EZPanel PC HMI
Hardware - HMI, operator interface, thin-client: The new EZPanel PC HMI combines the easy to use EZTouch software known for its reliability and universal connectivity to all PLCs, with a compact and powerful Windows 7 Fanless Industrial Panel Computer. This is a Control Engineering 2014 Engineers’ Choice award winner.
From the creators of the award winning EZTouch, the new EZPanel PC HMI combines the easy to use EZTouch software known for its reliability and universal connectivity to all PLCs, with a powerful Windows 7 Fanless Industrial Panel Computer. The new EZAutomation Panel PC, equipped with an Intel Atom E640 1 GHz processor with 1 GB DDR RAM, takes Panel PCs to a new level.
Available in both 10-in and 15-in models, the Panel PC HMI comes standard with 4 GB of SSD Memory, 4 USB ports, a MicroSD card reader, 2 Serial Ports, and a 1 GB Ethernet Port. With an all-in-one package, the EZPanel PC HMI can be used as an Industrial PC, an HMI, or a complete SCADA system. EZAutomation's EZPanelPC HMI is fanless and designed for industrial environments with a Nema 4/4X rated housing.
The USB ports and MicroSD card reader offer virtually limitless memory as well as universal connectivity to the peripherals of your choice such as Printers, Bar-Code Scanners, Weigh Scales, Cameras, etc.
The Panel PC HMI is scalable and adjustable to any size window to allow for multi-tasking with other software packages. The ability to install any software package of your choice allows you to develop, monitor and adjust your HMI or PLC programming directly on the screen without interrupting HMI operations.
In addition to traditional Serial and Ethernet communication protocols, EZAutomation's Panel PC HMI also offers various Network hardware protocols such as Allen Bradley's DataHighway Plus (DH+), Remote I/O, Profibus, ProfiNet, DeviceNet and Modbus Plus.
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