Meet Exor’s New eTOP500 Multipurpose HMI Family

The eTOP Series 500 HMI products combine state-of-the-art features with an outstanding design, five year warranty, optional plug-in modules for fieldbus systems & networks and optional integrated PLC with distributed and integrated I/O.

The eTOP Series 500 HMI products combine state-of-the-art features with an outstanding design, five year warranty, optional plug-in modules for fieldbus systems & networks and optional integrated PLC with distributed and integrated I/O. Front available in three colors (White/Black/Silver). The eTOP Series 500 comes with a choice of certifications and approvals that make them the solution of choice for all requirements.


Features include:

• 5 Year Warranty
• Innovative mechanical design and all-metal enclosure
• Available in different sizes from 4.3" to 15"
• High-performance touchscreen HMI's
• Brilliant displays with LED technology all in full color
• 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
• Coating on all Electronic Boards
• Optional IEC 61131-3 Soft PLC (CODESYS)
• Front available in three colors (White/Black/Silver)
• Special versions for special applications



Also available in Glass, the eTOP Series 500 Glass is the ideal choice for extreme, outdoor, marine, automotive applications. IP69K - extended temperature range ( -20°C +60°C), ATEX, UL and DNV approvals.

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: eTOP, eTOP500, Exor, HMI, HMI/PLC, JMobile, Servo2Go

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