Exor’s eX700 series features Harsh Environment Operation

This natural progression allows you to combine a high-performance sunlight readable display with state-of-the-art connectivity such as OPC UA.

EXOR has taken the highly successful harsh environment eTOP500 series and updated it with the recently released eX700 series.


This natural progression allows you to combine a high-performance sunlight readable display with state-of-the-art connectivity such as OPC UA.

eX700G Series combine high-performance sunlight-readable display with state-of-the-art connectivity features and top performance in a great design maintaining as a design commitment the fact that the product is likely to be used in environments where the safety of operators is at risk.
EXOR has designed the product range as Industrial IoT edge devices combining a powerful controller with networking capability and outstanding communication options including client/server OPC UA. They are the ideal choice for all demanding IIoT edge applications in extreme environments such as marine and process industries.

The glass projected capacitive touchscreen and the brilliant 7" widescreen display with a resolution of 800×480 are bonded to guarantee the highest optical performance and resistance in such environments.

As with all eX700 Series HMI products have been designed to run the JMobile software.

• JMobile runtime included. Requires JMobile V2.8 or higher

• Supports Corvina Cloud secure connectivity with full network separation

• OPC UA Server and Client

• Optional CODESYS V3 runtime with choice of EtherCAT, PROFINET, Ethernet/IP and POWERLINK


Information on the eX700 HMI's from Exor can be viewed at:
https://servo2go.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=ex700

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