Touch panel PCs and M2M HMIs for embedded machine vision, image processing

American Industrial Systems' (AIS) Industry 4.0 Touch Panel PCs and M2M HMI panels are designed for embedded machine vision applications and deliver 2D or 3D image processing and feature high performance processors, Ethernet and serial interfaces.

05/14/2015


American Industrial Systems' (AIS) Industry 4.0 Touch Panel PCs and M2M HMI panels are designed for embedded machine vision applications and deliver 2D or 3D image processing and feature high performance processors, Ethernet and serial interfaces. CourtesAmerican Industrial Systems' (AIS) Industry 4.0 Touch Panel PCs and M2M HMI panels are designed for embedded machine vision applications and deliver 2D or 3D image processing. [HMI stands for human machine interface. M2M stands for machine to machine] The products feature high-performance processors, Ethernet and serial interfaces. They are designed for automatic inspection, process control and robot guidance industries. The Panel PCs and HMIs include premium, standard, and compact versions to give original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end-users flexibility. All models include an Intel Core i7-4650U processor, high memory bandwidth with dual-channel DDR3L-1333/1600, high-speed Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.0 ports, and RS 232/422/485 serial ports.

The touch displays range from 15 to 24-in. and feature widescreen displays with multi-touch capability, field-replaceable front displays and box IPCs, an externally accessible PCIe slot & two removable SSD storage enclosures, and 24 V dc isolated industrial power supply. They have stainless steel fronts with IP66/NEMA 4/4X ratings, compact and rugged aluminum system enclosures. They are designed to operate in harsh environments and the I/O ports include isolation protection. Other features include open & standard interfaces in hardware & software for HMI, SCADA, and MES applications. They are HTML5-compliant web browsers for improved real-time decision making and are suited for IT-OT convergence, M2M communications, Industry 4.0, and the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications.

American Industrial Systems (AIS)

www.aispro.com 

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