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Stainless steel Panel for hygeniec applications

Equipped with a robust stainless steel housing and 19" display, the new IP65 Automation Panel 920 from B&R provides true ease of operation with a high degree of reliability, even under the toughest operating conditions.

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The one-of-a-kind sleek design made of robust, environmental-friendly materials makes the operating unit the ideal HMI system for industrial applications with high demands for hygiene.

Highly resistant to contamination
The new stainless steel panel features a special hygienic design with a single-piece front foil that is free of gaps and seams which could collect dirt. This makes it the ideal solution for applications where the highest level of sterility and cleanliness are required, such as the foodstuffs and pharmaceuticals industries. Furthermore, a resistive touch sensor is used, which is easy to operate even when wearing thick gloves. High-quality IP66 protection on the front side and IP65 protection on the back allow quick and easy cleaning from all sides.

Peripheral devices and storage media can be easily connected using the IP65-protected USB port. Pre-assembled connection cables with connectors and a wide range of mounting options on standard swing arm systems ensure a smooth commissioning process.

Highlights:

-  IP69 protection from the front

-  Seamless safety-sealed system with 3 seals

-  Additional mounting fram for instable switching cabinets/housing

-  Gaps and edges are minimized

-  Fully integrated touch screen

B&R Industrial Automation Corp - www.br-automation.com

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