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GT1050 and GT1055  graphical control units
GT1050 and GT1055 graphical control units

New models of HMI control terminals have been added to the GOT1000 series. The GT 1050 and GT 1055 are graphical control units available with a 5.7'' monochrome or colour display. These sizes have become standard for local human-machine interfaces in small and medium sized control units. With a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels they have a Super Twisted Nematic touchscreen display, which supports 16 blue shades or 256 colours and provides a clear representation of machine and system operations. Three megabytes of project memory provides enough storage capacity even for larger projects. The standard configuration includes a ISB programming port and two serial ports (RS-232 and RS-422) with transfer rates of up to 115kbaud for fast communication with connected devices. Drivers are available for all common controllers. They also have an integrated PLC device monitor.

Posted on March 1, 2009 - (115 views)
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