Panels Meet Hygiene Regulations

June 4, 2010
Stainless steel variants of CP77xx and CP79xx Control Panels and Panel PCs are said to meet the strict hygiene regulations for the food, packaging and medical industries. 

The panels with IP 65 protection offer virtually gapless housing design with flush-mounted touch screens. The panel PCs feature an Intel Atom processor with low heat dissipation, forming a compact and high-performance IPC platform. The centerpiece of the device is a motherboard with 1-second UPS and two Ethernet ports. The control panels feature a DVI/USB port for connection to a PC. DVI/USB Extended permits the installation of the panel up to 164 feet (50 meters) away from the PC. The control panels and panel PCs are currently available in 12-in or 15-in screen sizes.

Beckhoff Automation LLC
www.beckhoffautomation.com
952.890.0000

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