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, “The 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.

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