Widescreen multi-touch displays

American Industrial Systems' Industrial Multi-Touch Interactive Monitors are IP65 rated, with slim profile and glass front surface for HMI software developers and designers.

10/25/2013


American Industrial Systems' Industrial Multi-Touch Interactive Monitors are IP65 rated, with slim profile and glass front surface for HMI software developers and designers. Courtesy: AISAmerican Industrial Systems' (AIS), Industrial Flat Widescreen HMIs are fully-integrated, easy-to-use, plug-and-play, multi-touch monitors that are ideal for a myriad of industrial, processing and factory automation applications. 

The projected capacitive sensor provides a gesture-based HMI interface that allows interactions such as pan zoom and rotate. The multi-touch interactive flat panel displays offer a true widescreen experience, with a 16:9 ratio at full 1920 x 1080 HD resolutions providing 40% more screen area than other 4:3 displays.  Combining the latest in multi-capacitive touch screen technology in a sleek and robust TFT-LCD flat panel, the AIS widescreen multi-touch monitors carry a NEMA 4-4x IP65 for its aluminum front panel.  The NEMA 4-4x IP65 ingress approval rating means the AIS widescreen multi-touch display is suitable for applications requiring a rugged and durable HMI design. 

In addition, these new Windows 7 based, industrial multi-touch widescreen monitors can be directly connected to industrial processing machinery, control and automation systems. The interactive, multi-touch industrial flat panel series from AIS delivers tremendous flexibility in the range of various display sizes available and horizontal or vertical orientation options. AIS full range of industrial multi-touch, widescreen flat panel displays come standard in 15.6”, 18.5” and 21.5” screen sizes. The new industrial display family also supports panel, wall or VESA arm mounting.

American Industrial Systems (AIS)

www.aispro.com 

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