Terminals and controllers with touch screens
B&R's Power Panel T-Series terminals and C-Series controllers have touch screens and an intelligent cable outlet that allow them to save space.
B&R Automation's Power Panel T-Series terminals and Power Panel C-Series controllers – both featuring touch screens. Equipped with an embedded browser, the Power Panel T30 terminal is fully web compatible and can even be used as a VNC client. The terminal series is being offered with four TFT display sizes ranging from 4.3-in. to 10.1-in. and comes with two Ethernet interfaces, two USB ports and an extensive array of configuration options.
The Power Panel C70 controller is equipped with a 333 MHz Intel Atom CPU, 256 MB DDRAM, 16 kB FRAM and 2 GB onboard flash EEPROM memory. This controller provides a built-in touch screen and is being offered in three display sizes ranging from 5.7-in. to 10.1-in. In addition to achieving cycle times as low as 1 ms, the Power Panel C70 also features Powerlink and standard Ethernet, 2x USB 2.0 and X2X Link technology as well as optional RS232, RS485 and CAN connections to offer a wide range of possibilities for peripheral devices.
Both of these device series have an extremely compact design, minimal installation depth and an intelligent cable outlet arrangement, making these panels easy-to-mount space savers. The panel front provides IP65 protection, which makes these systems extremely suitable for hygienic applications.
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