Flat panel touchscreen computer for hazardous environments

The SeaPAC-R9-HAS by Sealevel is designed to be used as a process controller and human machine interface (HMI) for hazardous environments and features an 8.4-in. TFT LCD screen and Windows CE 6.0 binary and low-level drivers for system IO.

01/07/2014


The SeaPAC-R9-HAS by Sealevel is designed to be used as a process controller and human machine interface (HMI) for hazardous environments. It has an 8.4-in screen.The SeaPAC-R9-HAS by Sealevel is designed to be used as a process controller and human machine interface (HMI) for hazardous environments. It carries a Class 1 Division 2 and NEMA 4/IP65 certifications for panel mount applications in addition to standard CE and FCC approvals. 

The SeaPAC-R9-HAS combines a RISC-based embedded computer with a bright 8.4-in. TFT LCD in a rugged panel mounted design perfect for use in harsh or hazardous environments. Featuring LED backlight technology, the system offers an impressive extended operating temperature range of -30 C to +70 C with no heaters or cooling fans required. 

Powered by a 400Mhz Atmel ARM9 microprocessor, the SeaPAC-R9-HAS is available with up to 256 MB RAM and 256 MB Flash memory. Standard I/O includes Ethernet, serial, USB, and digital inputs and outputs. For intuitive operator interface, the system provides a resistive touchscreen that is suitable for a wide range of environments and uses. 

The Microsoft Windows CE 6.0 BSP binary and low-level drivers for system I/O are included. Additionally, the SeaPAC-R9-HAS software package is equipped with the Sealevel Talos I/O Framework, which offers a high-level object-oriented Microsoft .NET Compact Framework (CF) device interface. This interface provides an I/O point abstraction layer with built-in support for easily interfacing the system’s I/O. Linux support is also available. 

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