Operator workstations certified for hazardous conditions

Visunet IND SlimLine Operator Workstations have received Zone 2 certification for use in hazardous environments

03/13/2012


Visunet IND SlimLine Operator Workstations have received Zone 2 certification for use in hazardous environments. VisuNet SlimLine operator workstations also provide HMI visualization in Class I, Div. 2 hazardous locations. VisuNet IND operator workstations are available in a thin but rugged NEMA 4/4x IP 64 Stainless or painted steel housing, and as a full PC, remote monitor or KVM monitor solution. They are well suited for use in any number of oil and gas, chemical, food and beverage, and flavor and fragrance applications. The remote monitor (RM) technology requires no software installations, provides standard Ethernet networking connections to the server to eliminate the need for expensive converters, and reduces IT infrastructure needs by providing access to multiple servers from a single workstation.

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