Enclosures: Extend life of HMI


control components, HMI

Indoor or outdoor flat-panel protection is available with multiple designs and mounting options in the ITSEnclosures viewstation line.

The ITSEnclosures viewstation product line is designed to enclose and protect standard plasma and LCD displays in all popular sizes, with mounting flexibility, indoors or outside.

The ITSEnclosures viewstation is designed for indoor and outdoor applications to protect the display from theft, vandalism, the elements, and display damage. Viewstation enclosures will extend the displays useful life of the human machine interface (HMI), flat-panel, or industrial computer, to protect your hardware and information investment. It has key lock, integrated air movement, and a removable hinged cover. NEMA 4, 4X, 12 ratings and wall, pole, or ceiling mounting is available, along with double-sided, indoor, and outdoor options. It's 10-in. thick at 48 x 32, 57 x 37, or 60 x 41 in.

Original Product Research: Enclosures , a February 2007 Control Engineering article and subscriber research explains how design flexibility, lightweight materials, and environmental concerns are among factors most influencing purchase and use of these protective structures. It includes graphics on the research, descriptions of 18 products, and photos.

Edited by Mark T. Hoske , Control Engineering editor in chief

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