The unit features a marine-grade aluminum housing that can withstand temperatures up to 60 ºC, and thermally hardened glass for high impact resistance. It is available as either a thin client or a PC. The thin client option comes equipped with the company’s RM Shell 5 firmware. This firmware, based on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise LTSB, supports easy integration and management of VisuNet remote monitors and thin clients. RM Shell 5 allows users to create profiles and connections to access their applications on a process control system via standard Ethernet networking. The PC version offers an open Windows 7 Ultimate or Windows 10 IoT Enterprise operating system on which users can install and run their applications locally on the HMI. The monitor features a modular design comprised of three main components: the display, computer, and power supply. Operators can easily disassemble the modules on-site and replace components independently in the event of a fault. This makes field maintenance quick and easy, and reduces costs associated with downtime. Available interfaces include RS-232 and RS-485, a fiber optic interface and a redundant Ethernet option. This allows redundant network structures to be set up and sustainably increases the availability of the monitors.
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