Exor’s eTOP310 HMI features a 5 year warranty and supports more than 200 communication drivers

The Exor UniOP eTOP310 HMI combines state-of-the-art features and performance with an outstanding design, the ideal choice for HMI applications including factory and building automation.

The Exor UniOP eTOP310 HMI combines state-of-the-art features and performance with an outstanding design, the ideal choice for HMI applications including factory and building automation.


The eTOP310 comes in 3 different front panel colors: White (Stock), Black (Special Order), and Metallic Silver (Special Order),which will help match or dress up any machine panel. Features Include:

• 5 year warranty
• Fully compatible with UniOP Designer 6 software
• All Aluminum Housing & Bezel
• Distributed I/O Capable
• On-Board PLC Available
• On-Board I/O Available
• Easy Mounting
• GPRS Capable
• Full vector graphic capabilities
• Bright TFT display with LED backlight
• Connections include Ethernet and USB

To help reduce your implementation costs, more than 200 communication drivers, allowing you to connect to a wide variety of industrial devices. And your training and support costs will be minimized, as all units are set up with a single, easy-to-use Windows-based configuration software package.

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