HMI solution for harsh food and beverage applications

Exor America's eTop4Food human-machine interface (HMI) solution is designed for food and beverage applications and does not require the HMI to be shielded from high temperature, high pressure cleaning.

04/14/2016


Exor America's eTop4Food human-machine interface (HMI) solution is designed for food and beverage applications and does not require the HMI to be shielded from high temperature, high pressure cleaning. Courtesy: Exor AmericaExor America's eTop4Food human-machine interface (HMI) solution is designed for food and beverage applications and does not require the HMI to be shielded from high temperature, high pressure cleaning. The IP69K PCAP touch HMI has a 316 SS bezel and polyester front foil resistant to high pressure, high temperature, harsh chemical washdown conditions. Features include a food-compatible gasket, food standard sealing compliant with FDA 21 CFR 177.2006, and a 7-in. TFT display 800x480. It has an extended operating temperature range of -20 to 60 C. It also features two Ethernet ports with integrated switches and a 1 GHz ARM CPU with 256 MB Flash. It also features serial port RS-232, RS-485, RS-422 and is MPI software configurable and is ready for integrated CODESYS programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and I/O.

Exor America

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