Hazardous-area operator interface

York Haven, Pa. —Exploiting inherent advantages of flat-panel displays over CRTs, Daisy Data's Factory Mutual approved displays enable a lower cost for hazardous location displays. Flat-panel displays use less power and generate less heat, so they can be designed as "non-incendive." This opens the door to simplified hazardous area operation.

05/01/2001


York Haven, Pa. —Exploiting inherent advantages of flat-panel displays over CRTs, Daisy Data's Factory Mutual approved displays enable a lower cost for hazardous location displays. Flat-panel displays use less power and generate less heat, so they can be designed as "non-incendive." This opens the door to simplified hazardous area operation. In Division 2 areas, non-incendive displays require no purge system, generating significant cost savings. In Division 1 areas, a simple type-Y purge can be used instead of a complex purge system with signal interlocks. Units are available in sizes from 10.4 to 20.1in., with 15.1 and 18.1in. standard. Near Field Imaging touchscreen technology is also available.

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