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May 1, 2006
The NSJ series HMI controllers integrate two of the vendor’s proven products—the NS HMI and CJI PLC—in a single flexible, cost-effective controller.
The NSJ series eliminates the need for and the cost of separate display and controller hardware and the wiring needed to connect them. With true deterministic control, all NSJ HMIs have separate but integrated processors for display and control tasks, so control response is never compromised by heavy graphic demands, says the vendor. Display screens range in size from 5.7 inches to 12.1 inches. Resolution ranges from 320x240 to 800x600. NSJ features include built-in Ethernet, USB and serial programming ports, and printer ports.
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