Enhanced Machine Handling

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Mitsubishi Electric has expanded its GOT2000 series of Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) with two new widescreen versions. The ability to display additional visual information gives users of the new GT21 and GT25 widescreen HMIs the opportunity to enhance machine operability and the potential to increase productivity. Other valuable features include two separate Ethernet ports and a built-in sound output interface that can be used for spoken alerts or information. 

Automation, Industry 4.0

Enhanced Machine Handling
Enhanced Machine Handling
Posted on March 6, 2018 - (167 views)
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Factory Automation Systems Group
2-3-7 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-Ku
100-8310 Tokyo - Japan
+81-3-32186513
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