New ATEX and UL Class I, Div. 2 Hazardous Location Certified HMI Solutions from Exor

The eTOP Series 500 Glass HMI is the ideal choice for Oil and Gas applications and installation in harsh environments. IP69K - extended temperature range (-20°C +60°C), ATEX, UL and DNV approvals.

The eTOP Series 500 Glass HMI is the ideal choice for Oil and Gas applications and installation in harsh environments. IP69K - extended temperature range (-20°C +60°C), ATEX, UL and DNV approvals.


Series 500 Glass HMI is the ideal solution for harsh environments and for extreme, outdoor, marine, automotive applications. Features include:

•Capacitive Touchscreen


•Available in different sizes: 7" and 15"


•Solutions high performance


•Brilliant displays with LED technology all in full color


•Resistant to UV rays


•High brightness. Readable even in sunlight


•Gateway function, remote installation of application and remote assistance


•Ethernet, USB, serial ports and MPI integrated


•Optional plug-in modules for fieldbus systems and networks


•Support SD Card


•PLC (CODESYS) Optional integrated


•Protection class IP69K


•DNV


•ATEX


•UL Class I. Div 2 Haz. Loc


•Extended temperature range (-20 ° C +60 ° C)


Click on the link below to view the specification on Exor's ATEX and UL Class I, Div. 2 Hazardous Location Certified HMI Solutions-

https://www.servo2go.com/search.php?search=Marine and Harsh Environment Series&D=PROD

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:

Warren Osak
sales@servo2go.com
Toll Free Phone: 877-378-0240
Toll Free Fax: 877-378-0249
www.servo2go.com


Tags: Exor, ATEX, Hazardous Location, UL Class I. Div 2, HMI, Operator Interface, IP69K

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