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Beijer Electronics: Operator panels

The new TxB operator panels and TxC panel PCs from Beijer Electronics both featuring the latest iX 2.0 HMI software, extending their TxA operator panel line and offering more functionality and higher performance.
FILED IN:  Controls  > Displays

The TxA, TxB and TxC product families come with display sizes ranging from 4.3- to 21-in. and are built on different processor platforms to offer a scalable hardware solution. The newly optimized and updated iX 2.0 HMI software provides new ways to personalize an HMI application and offers universal connectivity to your devices.

The TxA, TxB and TxC product lines include the powerful iX 2.0 software. The user-friendly software features drivers and servers (OPC UA, web) to communicate with automation equipment. In addition iX offers enhanced HMI functionality such as recipes, tabs, trends and alarms, scalable vector-based graphics and an open platform with .NET controls, C# scripting, SQL connectivity and WPF graphics.

The TxA operator panels are available in a 4.3-, 7- and 10-in. display, run on an ARM9 CPU and are economically priced for small to medium-sized applications. For medium to large HMI applications, the TxB operator panels feature a 7-, 12- or 15-in. display, an Intel Atom 1.1 GHz processor and three 2.0 USB ports. The TxC panel PCs offer maximum graphical functionality using WPF graphics, are available in a 12-, 15- and 21-in. display and feature an Intel Celeron or Core i7 processor,  auto backlight dimming, four 2.0 USB ports and Windows 7 operating system

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