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Built-in multi-touch panel PCs

03 February 2014

With its range of control panels and panel PCs, Beckhoff offers a product portfolio for solving PLC, motion and HMI tasks universally, in a plant or machine, with a uniform look and feel. 

The CP22xx Built-In Panel PC series is said to offer the advantages of a modern multi-touch interface with high-performance multi-core processors for automation and control.

Equipped with multi-core CPUs, the CP22xx Built-in Panel PCs can achieve maximum computing power. Adding to the flexibility of the CP22xx series with a range of available screen sizes from 12 to 24-inch, the most demanding control and HMI tasks can be solved while precisely matching the devices to the application-specific requirements.

The equipment includes a serial RS232 interface and four USB 2.0 ports as well as up to four further optional Ethernet ports.

The new Built-in Panel generation for control cabinets and control consoles offers a scalable range of active and passive panels providing a uniform, high quality appearance on the machine and plant. Multi-finger touchscreens are available in display sizes from 7 to 24-inch, in 16:9 (widescreen), 5:4 and 4:3 formats and in landscape and portrait mode. In addition to the CP22xx series, the product family encompasses a scalable selection featuring various display sizes and Panel PCs in different performance classes.
 
For applications that require mounting arm installation the range is also available with all-round IP 65 protection.
 


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