Think big: Widescreen operator panel for industrial use, 25% more information

Schaumburg, IL – Beijer Electronics has introduced a widescreen format with its operator panel H-T70t. With 800 x 480 pixels on a 7-inch display, H-T70t can display 25% more information than a traditional display of 640 x 480 pixels. The operator gains instant access to information instead of having to switch to another screen. The TFT-display ensures that the information is presented with clarity and a high level of detail.

01/15/2008


Schaumburg, IL

Beijer Electronics

has introduced a widescreen format with its

operator panel H-T70t

. With 800 x 480 pixels on a 7-inch display, H-T70t can display 25% more information than a traditional display of 640 x 480 pixels. The operator gains instant access to information instead of having to switch to another screen. The TFT-display ensures that the information is presented with clarity and a high level of detail.



These operator panels offer 25% more space to see what you need to see, according to Beijer Electronics.


According to Beijer product manager Troy Lin, β€œThe unique combination of screen size and high resolution creates new possibilities for mid-size operator panels. This format is very useful within several industries, where there is a need to include more information on the screen, without having to choose a much larger operator panel.

H-T70t, which also offers a version with a built-in Ethernet port, features a touchscreen interface, a menu key, and six user-defined function keys. USB-support is provided with two host ports and one device port.

In other recent Control Engineering news on the company, see, Industrial communications: Beijer Electronics acquires Westermo.

β€” Control Engineering News Desk
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