Press Release Summary:
Designed for GOT1000 platform, 24 Vdc-powered Model GT1555-VTBD features 16-bit color spectrum TFT display in VGA format. Six-inch unit, equipped with 9 MB onboard flash memory, is capable of displaying over 65,000 colors for photo-quality images, and can execute embedded maintenance functions, such as ladder and system monitoring. Other 6 in. models feature QVGA resolution and range of technologies including 256-color TFT, 256-color STN, and 16-color grayscale monochrome STN.
Original Press Release:
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Introduces New Touchscreens For Graphic Operation Terminals
All new terminals will broaden the popular GOT1000 platform
VERNON HILLS, Ill. - January 8, 2008 - Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc., a world leader in industrial automation solutions, has introduced seven six-inch touchscreen displays for its popular GOT1000 platform. The terminals are packed with a host of innovative functions that create new possibilities for almost any application.
The new 24V DC-powered GT1555-VTBD features a 16-bit color spectrum TFT display in VGA (640 x 480 resolution) format, and is loaded with 9MB of onboard flash memory. This unique terminal is capable of displaying over 65,000 colors for photo-quality images, and can execute many embedded advanced maintenance functions, such as ladder monitoring and system monitoring, that were once reserved for much larger terminals.
The other new six-inch models feature QVGA resolution (320x240) and a wide range of display technologies including 256-color TFT, 256-color STN and 16-color grayscale monochrome STN. All are equipped with either a dedicated Q Series (QCPU), or A Series (QnAS/AnAS) BUS communication interface. These 24V DC-powered touchscreens have 3MB of onboard flash memory and offer same comprehensive list of features and functions now found in the GOT1000 Platform.
About Mitsubishi Electric Automation
Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc., of Vernon Hills, Ill. offers a comprehensive line of factory automation solutions. Our solutions include automation platforms, sequence controllers, human-machine interfaces, variable frequency drives, servo amplifiers and motors, motion controllers, computer numerical control, PC-based CNC, linear servos, robots and industrial sewing machines, for a broad range of factory automation applications. For more information visit www.meau.com.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.