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The CP72xx high-performance Panel PC is designed for mounting arm installation and integrates those features required for advanced machine control in an ultra-compact slimline housing, as well as meeting basic industrial requirements of robustness and long-term availability. The water- and dust-proof IPC in an aluminium housing features a motherboard enabling lean housing design with a housing depth of only 98mm. The integrated add-on PC comes with a 1.5GHz Intel Celeron M processor and can optionally be equipped with Intel Pentium M processors up to 1.8GHz. The CP72xx can be supplied with 12'', 15'' or 19'' TFT displays, optionally with touch screen or touch pad. A wide range of front designs is available, including simple displays without keys, front panels with function keys or numeric keyboard, or a full alphanumeric keyboard including special PLC keys. Customised front membranes can also be provided.
With PROFINET interface
New display sizes
with circular motion
Suitable for PLC and motion control applications
Measurement of voltage and current
Offers an integrated CNC solution
with flexible NOVRAM memory module
Gateway from EtherCAT to PROFINET RT
For measurement and automation
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