Low-end industrial workstation

Saline, Mich.—The 3406 is a Microsoft Windows-based CE industrial workstation aimed at low-end human-machine interface and PC-based control applications. The unit comes with a six in. color display, 16 MB of RAM, and a 10 MB solid-state drive that is expandable to 80 MB. Communication options are a built-in Ethernet port (10 Base-T), two serial ports (RS-485/232), and a parallel port.

10/01/1999


Saline, Mich.— The 3406 is a Microsoft Windows-based CE industrial workstation aimed at low-end human-machine interface and PC-based control applications. The unit comes with a six in. color display, 16 MB of RAM, and a 10 MB solid-state drive that is expandable to 80 MB. Communication options are a built-in Ethernet port (10 Base-T), two serial ports (RS-485/232), and a parallel port. Industrial networking and expansion capability is available through two PC-104 ports and the 3406 are control-enabled with retentive memory capability and E-stop relay output. The unit is powered by a Hitachi SH-3 integrated processor and comes in touch, keypad, or touch and keypad versions. Xycom Automation





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