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3,5-inch touch panels

Automated idle mode

Sigmatek’s (Germany) ETT 352 and HZS 351 are built for system and machine manufacturing, as well as building automation. Several panels can be networked via CAN and provide flexibility for large systems.

Both panels exchange data via CAN (Photo: Sigmatek)

WITH THE 3,5 INCH TFT COLOR DISPLAY, process data and parameters can be entered on both panels. Data is exchanged via CAN. To save energy, the display is deactivated in sleep mode. When touching the screen, the panels become active and then return to idle mode a few minutes after the last entry. The operating panels measure 93,3 mm x 93,3 mm x 12,1 mm. The 3,5-inch touch panels differ in the supply voltage: the ETT 352 is powered with 24 VAC and the HZS 351 with 230 VAC.

The HZS 351 is a terminal for the programming and visualization of automated processes. As a room-operating device, the terminal is equipped with temperature sensors. A resistive touch screen serves
as the input medium for process data and parameters.
With the LSE mask editor, graphics can be created on the PC, then stored and displayed on the terminal. The two-part terminal is mounted on the wall in a flush-mounted box or in a panel via the screw bosses in the corner of the operating terminal. The terminal is therefore suitable as a room control unit in building automation, especially as a wall-mounted device in a flush-mounted box.

The ETT 352 is a touch operating panel. The resistive touch screen serves as the input medium for process data and parameters. With the Lasal Screen mask editor, graphics can be created on the PC, then stored and displayed on the terminal.



Publish date
2014-07-02
Company

Sigmatek

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