HMI integrates control, display, networking

NSJ Series HMI controller integrates two of the company’s products—NS HMI and CJ1 PLC—into one, eliminating the need for and cost of separate devices and the wiring and labor to connect them.

05/15/2006


HMI

NSJ Series HMI controller integrates two of the company’s products—NS HMI and CJ1 PLC—into one, eliminating the need for and cost of separate devices and the wiring and labor to connect them. Series features deterministic control and offers separate but integrated processors for display and control tasks so that response is never compromised by graphics demand. Display screens range from 5.7 to 12.1 in. and have resolutions from 320 x 240 pixels to 800 x 600 pixels. Ethernet, USB, and serial programming ports and printer ports are built in. Networking and I/O expansion options are also available. Devices are applicable where control and display functions are used together and where control panel space is at a premium.

www.omron.com/oei

Omron Electronics LLC





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