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Compact, energy-saving panel PCs

09 November 2009

Beckhoff is expanding the ‘Economy’ Control Panel series with versions featuring a compact 5.7-inch display. These panels’ aluminium fronts are IP 65 rated and their small display dimensions of 183 mm x 129 mm (W x H) facilitate use wherever compact displays are required for the control of machinery or automated buildings.

Compact, energy-saving panel PCs
Compact, energy-saving panel PCs

The compact-format control panel with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels is available in different versions: from the "basic" Control Panel display to the compact PC controller.

The space-saving 5.7-inch displays feature full VGA resolution of 640 x 480 pixels for optimum picture quality. The displays are optionally available in a touch screen version with high-quality 5-wire technology. This guarantees reliability and precision even in harsh industrial environments.
All Panel PCs are equipped with a 3½-inch motherboard from Beckhoff and can be expanded with a Compact Flash card. A Mini PCI slot is available for factory-installed cards. The operating range for all types of devices is 0 to 55 °C.

In combination with TwinCAT automation software, the Control Panels and Panel PCs become exceptionally compact controllers for a wide range of applications, from machine automation and industrial IT to building automation. Thanks to the available range of different processors, the PC platform is even more scalable and allows users to select the ideal device tailored precisely to their requirements.


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