Programmable operator interface HMI has touchscreen, mobility updates
Product Exclusive: Fuji Electric Corp. of America introduces a series of next generation HMIs for the U.S. market; the Monitouch V9 Series Programmable Operator Interface HMI ranges from 8.4-in. to 10.4-in. and includes standard models to replace the V8 Series, and offers a step-up line known as V9 Advanced.
Fuji Electric Corp. of America introduces the next generation HMI model, a new series of human machine interface (HMI) products for the U.S. market. The Monitouch V9 Series Programmable Operator Interface HMI offers advanced features to reach new markets. The models range from 8.4-in. to 10.4-in. and include standard models to replace the V8 Series, while also offering a step-up line known as V9 Advanced.
Fuji Electric committed to manufacturing the next generation HMI that would allow customers to select the appropriate model for their application, and the V9 Series offers them the option of choosing between a standard model and a more advanced unit. The Monitouch V9 also comes standard with a capacitive or analog resistive touchscreen, a remote monitor and updates for smartphones and tablets, a wireless LAN interface and access point. By including additional features such as a built-in VPN router, 6x processor speed (800 MHz), and the ability to view PDF files and play video files, Fuji Electric aims to continue serving the evolving needs of its existing customer base while reaching new markets.
All models in the V9 Series are UL Certified. Select models will be Class 1 Division 2, NEMA 4X rated for outdoor environments, ideal for use in marine or oil and gas applications. A vibrant color display, dramatically increased processor speeds, and convenient search functions provide ease of operability.
Fuji Electric Corp. of America
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