Operator Interface Panels Are For Industrial Uses

Sept. 1, 1998

Designed to meet demands for powerful easy-to-use terminals, the Paradigm family of operator interface panels can be programmed by firm's EDICT-97 Windows 95 v3.11-based software that provides for intuitive configuration of every aspect of the operator interface's behavior. More than 70 communications drivers let operators interface with a wide range of connectivity including PLCs, variable-speed drives, temperature controllers, bar code readers, and so on. Two display types are available: an LCD or a vacuum fluorescent display. Programmable function keys add to the unit's versatility.

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