HMI series designed for harsh marine, automotive applications

Exor's eTOP Series 500 of human-machine interfaces (HMIs) features Ethernet, USB, and serial ports and has optional plug-in modules for fieldbus systems & networks and optional integrated PLC with distributed and integrated input/output (I/O).

12/26/2015


Exor's eTOP Series 500 of human-machine interfaces (HMIs) features Ethernet, USB, and serial ports and has optional plug-in modules for fieldbus systems & networks and optional integrated PLC with distributed and integrated input/output (I/O). Courtesy: EExor's eTOP Series 500 of human-machine interfaces (HMIs) are designed for applications such as outdoor, marine and automotive applications. It comes in sizes ranging from 4.3- to 15-in. and has gateway functions and can be remotely installed. It also features Ethernet, USB, and serial ports and has optional plug-in modules for fieldbus systems & networks and optional integrated PLC with distributed and integrated input/output (I/O). It is rated IP69K and can be operated in harsh conditions.

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