Widescreen multi-touch displays

American Industrial Systems' Industrial Multi-Touch Interactive Monitors are IP65 rated, with slim profile and glass front surface for HMI software developers and designers.


American Industrial Systems' Industrial Multi-Touch Interactive Monitors are IP65 rated, with slim profile and glass front surface for HMI software developers and designers. Courtesy: AISAmerican Industrial Systems' (AIS), Industrial Flat Widescreen HMIs are fully-integrated, easy-to-use, plug-and-play, multi-touch monitors that are ideal for a myriad of industrial, processing and factory automation applications. 

The projected capacitive sensor provides a gesture-based HMI interface that allows interactions such as pan zoom and rotate. The multi-touch interactive flat panel displays offer a true widescreen experience, with a 16:9 ratio at full 1920 x 1080 HD resolutions providing 40% more screen area than other 4:3 displays.  Combining the latest in multi-capacitive touch screen technology in a sleek and robust TFT-LCD flat panel, the AIS widescreen multi-touch monitors carry a NEMA 4-4x IP65 for its aluminum front panel.  The NEMA 4-4x IP65 ingress approval rating means the AIS widescreen multi-touch display is suitable for applications requiring a rugged and durable HMI design. 

In addition, these new Windows 7 based, industrial multi-touch widescreen monitors can be directly connected to industrial processing machinery, control and automation systems. The interactive, multi-touch industrial flat panel series from AIS delivers tremendous flexibility in the range of various display sizes available and horizontal or vertical orientation options. AIS full range of industrial multi-touch, widescreen flat panel displays come standard in 15.6”, 18.5” and 21.5” screen sizes. The new industrial display family also supports panel, wall or VESA arm mounting.

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