Press Release Summary:
Series iPanel(TM) Web-Enabled Touchscreens with CT HMI(TM) software can graphically display process data over corporate Ethernet, Internet, or wireless networks, enabling users to manage plant floor devices from office, home, or field locations. NEMA 4/IP65 metal touchscreens automatically find and communicate with controllers on network. Java-based software enables users to build dynamic, informative displays with object-oriented, drag-and-drop configurator.
Original Press Release:
iPanel Web Enabled Touchscreens Released with CT HMI Software
Display graphical process data over Ethernet, Internet and wireless connections
HOPKINTON, MA - Control Technology Corp., a leading manufacturer of automation controllers that integrate motion control, I/O, user interfaces, and enterprise connectivity, has released the iPanel(tm) Series of Web Enabled touchscreens. Additionally, CTC is releasing CT HMI(tm) software, which can be used to graphically display process data with or without the iPanel touchscreen. Together, iPanel and CT HMI can be used to graphically display data over corporate Ethernet, Internet or wireless networks, enabling users to manage plant floor devices from office, home or field locations. iPanel has the following features:
o Industry-leading resolution and brightness
o Rugged NEMA 4 / IP65 all metal construction
o Fully integrated hardware and software solution
o Automatically finds and communicates with controllers on the network
o Allows concurrent web/network access
o Communicates with multiple devices simultaneously
iPanel is available in five different models that have various dimensions, resolutions and prices. Each model includes USB, Serial, VGA, Parallel, and Ethernet connectivity for maximum flexibility.
CT HMI is HMI software that can be used with iPanel touchscreens. CT HMI software enables users to build dynamic, informative displays with an object-oriented, drag-and-drop configurator. The Java-based program runs on any JVM (Java Virtual Machine)-compliant platform, including Windows and Unix. HMI files can be displayed or edited/updated over the Internet, and security enables users to configure read and write rights based upon up to 1000 user levels.
iPanel and CT HMI are available now.