Industrial monitors for harsh environments

Allen-Bradley 1200M, 1500M, 1700M, and 1900M industrial monitors are designed for harsh manufacturing settings, the company says. The new monitors are said to integrate seamlessly with any Rockwell Automation non-display industrial computer to create a visualization, maintenance, control, or information computing solution.

01/01/2010


Rockwell Automation industrial monitors

Allen-Bradley 1200M, 1500M, 1700M, and 1900M industrial monitors are designed for harsh manufacturing settings, the company says. The new monitors are said to integrate seamlessly with any Rockwell Automation non-display industrial computer to create a visualization, maintenance, control, or information computing solution. The monitors are built for rugged industrial environments, providing protection against heat, shock, and vibration, and are available in four screen sizes ranging from 12 to 19 inches. All four models are Class I, Division 2 rated for high performance and reliability in hazardous locations. Available with resistive anti-glare touch-screen options, the monitors provide a bright, clear picture and one-button automated setup functionality. Models also are available with analog and digital video input (DVI) options and can be delivered with either aluminum or stainless-steel bezels. www.rockwellautomation.com Rockwell Automation





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