Hardware - HMI, operator interface, thin-client: The Maple Systems HMI5000HD is a compact, powerful HMI that turns any HDMI-Compatible display into a machine interface at a significant cost-savings over most standalone units. This is a Control Engineering 2014 Engineers’ Choice finalist.
The Maple Systems HMI5000HD is a compact, powerful HMI that turns any HDMI-Compatible display into a machine interface at a significant cost-savings over most standalone units. It supports 1280 px by 720 px resolution, and is best suited for applications requiring a larger display. Critical processes can be monitored by plant personnel using a wall-mount display easily visible from any location.
Small, but powerful, the HMI5000HD sports a high-speed 600 Mhz RISC CPU and enough memory to run resource-intensive projects. It's also compatible with Maple Systems' EZWare Plus configuration software, making setup quick and easy. You can design and customize your application to meet the exacting needs of your production environment. Combined with EZWare Plus, the HMI5000HD has a robust set of features including alarm management, batch recipes, data logging, enhanced security and much more- giving you the flexibility to make your operator interface a more integral part of your automation control system.
The HMI5000HD is light, compact and can be mounted onto a DIN rail, allowing it to share space with your PLC. Ethernet connectivity and three serial ports support compatibility with a wide variety of PLCs.
Maple Systems Inc.
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