AIS Releases Human Machine Interface HMI Operator Panels for OEM Labeling Machines and Packaging Systems

14th April 2011
Posted By : ES Admin
AIS Releases Human Machine Interface HMI Operator Panels for OEM Labeling Machines and Packaging Systems
American Industrial Systems, Inc. (AIS) is an ISO 9001:2008 certified supplier and manufacturer of 12.1” and 15” ruggedized industrial HMI (human machine interface) operator control interfaces, designed for installation in labeling machines and packaging systems used in for food processing, pharmaceutical and industrial industries.
The rugged HMI touch interfaces are used to setup, operate, monitor, control, and perform real-time data collection for industrial labeling and packing machines.

These HMI operator interface panels feature a industry-optimized design including a IP65 protected front panel, low power consumption and low heat dissipation Intel® Atom™ processor 1.6 GHz, dual Ethernet (10/100), dual USB2.0 and serial (isolated 2 x RS232 and 2 x RS485) interfaces, touch screen, robust chassis, light and easy-to-clean plastic housing, and shock and vibration resistance. These features allow OEM labeling and packaging machine builders to increase competitiveness, improve overall system reliability, reduced maintenance and save installation cost.

The HMI operator system is powered by the Intel® Atom™ 1.6 GHz processor with 2.5W thermal design power (TDP) and 1.56 TDP to clock speed ratio (W/GHz), offering optimal performance to power consumption ratio. The touch panel pc is designed to NEMA 1/12/4 sealing standards, meeting high levels of dust, dirt, grease, moisture, humidity, shock, vibration and EMI/RFI resistance compliance. The system features built-in fully isolated RS-232/RS-485 serial ports, designed to harden, protect, and extend the operating ranges of these data communications networks for industrial automation applications. The systems accept a wide voltage range input of 9-33V, making integration and deployment simple. AIS´ commercial off the shelf (COTS) predesigned operator terminals provide a cost effective control interface which is easily integrated to new and existing installations reducing the time to market and competitiveness where service, availability, reliability, and technology are paramount.

Features and Benefits

Available in 12.1 or 15 touch screen sizes.
Intel Atom processors providing fanless, reliable performance with minimal power consumption.
The fully isolated 2 x RS232 and 2 x RS485 serial ports extend the operating ranges of data communications networks.
Integrated 8 wire resistive touch for compact & rugged HMI durable and reliable platforms.
Ultra-slim, light, fanless and vibration-resistant design.
Optional non-volatile solid state storage for high reliability and ruggedness.
TCP/IP via Ethernet for traceability, easy validation, service and diagnostics via the Internet.
Enables greater uptime with no fans or moving parts to fail and the robustness of the Windows CE, Windows XP embedded, Windows 7 embedded operating system.
Integrated miniature time-delay fuse (over-current protection) to protect electronic equipment, rated 3.15A at 250 volts.
Integrated 1 x 16-bit PC/104 slot specialized for reliable data acquisition used in embedded computing extreme environments
Integrated 1 x LPT (Line Print Terminal) parallel port (DB25 by Y cable)
Operating temperature: 0-50º C (32-122º F)
Relative humidity: 10 ~ 95% RH @ 40º C (non-condensing)
Vibration operating: 1.0 g (rotating media) 1.5 g (SSD)
Shock Operating: 5 Hz ~ 500 Hz/ 1 Grms/ 3 Axis Packing: 5 Hz ~ 500 Hz/ 2.16 Grms/ 3 Axis
MTBF: 50,000 hours
IP ratings-front flush bezel: NEMA 1/12/4, IP65
Mounting options: flush/panel mount (standard), VESA mount (optional)
Electrical, environmental, power requirements: 9-33V DC
Certifications: FCC/ CE (DoC) and RoHS

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