New HMI for a casemaker

April 27, 2006
Bindery-machinery manufacturer GP2 Technologies Inc., Bow, N.H., will use graphic human-machine-interface (HMI) equipment from QSI Corp., Salt Lake City, on its casemaking machinery for on-demand, short-run, and entry-level applications.

Bindery-machinery manufacturer GP2 Technologies Inc., Bow, N.H., will use graphic human-machine-interface (HMI) equipment from QSI Corp., Salt Lake City, on its casemaking machinery for on-demand, short-run, and entry-level applications. The equipment will use Qterm-G70 rugged-operator-interface terminals that incorporate a 320 240-pixel lighted LCD (color or grayscale); 100Base-T with TCP/IP support; and optional PS/2 keyboard connection. The graphic terminal is NEMA-4 rated and CE certified.

 

 

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