Press Release Summary:
Equipped with 2-line, 16-character LCD, 720 Numeric Keypad let user interface with range of platforms, granting flexibility of bi-directional communication. Solution provides capabilities needed for applications or Web-based services, and company also offers 100% customization with in-house firmware engineering for this product. Along with server/slave operation, features include available connections of USB, RS232, RJ45, and PoE model of TCP/IP.
Original Press Release:
Electrone Announces Numeric Keypad with LCD Display and Bi-Directional Communication
BOCA RATON, Fla., Feb. 18 -- Today at their corporate offices in Boca Raton, Florida, Electrone announced important additions to their popular '720' line of Numeric Keypads, equipped with a 2 line, 16 character LCD Display. The 720 line of numeric keypads allows the user to interface on a wide range of platforms giving the user the benefit and flexibility of bi-directional communication. Electrone announced the wide range of connections available on the new 720 Numeric Keypad, to include, USB, RS232, RJ45, and the valuable new power over Ethernet model of the TCP/IP. The availability of the 720 Numeric Keypad is immediate, with distribution throughout the United States as well as abroad. With deployments already around the Globe, from Chile to China, in a wide range of applications, the 720 Numeric Keypad gives you the flexibility you require for your application or web based service.
"The practical and economical 720 TCP/IP, with POE and server/slave operation, opens up a new universe of web based services to integrators," says Stuart Thorn, Chief Executive Officer and President at Electrone. Electrone also offers 100% customization in the 720 Numeric Keypad, with in-house firmware engineering.
Record Rate of Customer Deployments
Electrone was approached with a brief to provide MPS, Meat Processing Systems, the global market leader of high-tech red meat slaughtering systems, with a bidding solution as part of an auction system within the new MPS slaughterhouse development.
Annet Emaus-Ordelman, MPS Marketing & Communication Manager, explains, "We were searching the market for a keyboard or keypad which could be easily controlled over Ethernet and used in a demanding environment. The Electrone 720 IP keypads provided MPS meat processing systems with a highly flexible solution where each unit could be attached to a bidding chair and programmed to provide the exact information required."
Electrone, founded in 1984, is headquartered in Boca Raton. From these locations we offer our extensive range of products and services to our customers worldwide. These include products such as specialty keyboards, keypads and custom/customized data input devices.
Electrone's experts design and build more than 100 products in more than 15 distinct product lines and in-house staff can also develop specialized software applications where the client requires them.
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