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Exor’s ePALM10 handheld HMI device with a graphic display and a keypad June 22, 2012

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The ePALM10 is a state-of-the-art handheld HMI device with a graphic display and a keypad. The rugged polyamide enclosure offers a high level of shock and environmental resistance making the ePALM the ideal choice for use in the factory floor.  Features include:

Exor ePALM10 handheld HMI

Exor ePALM10 handheld HMI

•  Graphical display 120×64 pixels (up to 8 lines 20 characters)

•  Highly visible transflective LCD display

•  27-keys keypad with tactile feedback

•  Connection to industrial bus systems

•  Large memory size (512 KB Flash)

•  IP65 protection

•  Includes Emergency Stop button

•  Includes enabling switches, normal or 3-positions

•  Available in versions for connection to Ethernet and Profibus DP

To help reduce your implementation costs, Exor provides more than 200 FREE communication drivers allowing you to connect to a wide variety of industrial devices including connection to the most popular fieldbus networks and several industrial Ethernet protocols. Additionally, your training and support costs will be minimized as all models are set up with a single, easy-to-use FREE Windows-based configuration software package, making the  UniOP line of Touchscreens & Operator Panels the right choice for all your HMI requirements.

For more information on the eAPLM10 handheld HMI from Exor Electronics R&D:

http://servo2go.com/product.php?ID=101313&cat=

For more information, please contact:

Editorial Contact:

Warren Osak
sales@servo2go.com
Toll Free Phone:  877-378-0240
Toll Free Fax:       877-378-0249
www.servo2go.com

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