Touch-screen terminal

The new Telemecanique Magelis XBT-GT 1000 Series terminal is small and compact, yet powerful enough to support high-end HMI applications. Just 3.8 inches wide, the monochrome graphic terminal is programmed with Vijeo Designer software. The Magelis XBT-GT terminal features six function keys to reduce implementation time and costs, exceptional screen display quality, and an embedded FTP server fo...

04/01/2006


The new Telemecanique Magelis XBT-GT 1000 Series terminal is small and compact, yet powerful enough to support high-end HMI applications.

Just 3.8 inches wide, the monochrome graphic terminal is programmed with Vijeo Designer software. The Magelis XBT-GT terminal features six function keys to reduce implementation time and costs, exceptional screen display quality, and an embedded FTP server for easier diagnostics. The open architecture integrates Ethernet and can be simultaneously connected on Modbus, Modbus TCP/IP and Uni-Telway for communication flexibility. Other features users can select include trends and procedures for high-level integration and an audible buzzer that acknowledges operator commands.

The terminal also gives operators a high-quality screen image for ease of use and visual comfort. This includes a high-visibility screen with 320-by-240 pixel resolution and eight grayscale levels. The terminal also offers amber display for better operator visibility and a choice of red tint to better display faults and alarms.

Telemecanique/Schneider Electric www.us.telemecanique.com





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