Maple Systems updates HMC7000 HMIs
October 10, 2013 - Maple Systems updates HMC7000 HMIs. HMCs combine a Controller with Modular I/O and a Touchscreen HMI into a compact, robust form factor, reducing startup costs and space requirements. The HMC7000 Series is now available in two additional sizes, each with an Ethernet connection. The HMC7000 series is rated for Class I / Div 2, cULus, RoHS and CE compliant, and is capable of performing in hazardous conditions.
In addition to two new screen sizes, the capability of these units has been expanded with 9 I/O units. These I/O units sport a wide variety of features, including 16-bit resolution, and high-speed [25Khz] data transfer. An analog input/output module has 4 inputs, all of which are individually configurable for current, voltage, RTD and thermocouple readouts. High-speed input for counters and motion detection, along with PWM outputs for motor control are also available with this newest release.
As with the current HMC models, these units are easily configurable with MAPWare7000. The graphic HMC, with its compact form factor, enhanced communications features and flexible design, make it a cost-effective solution for most small to mid-sized automation environments.
About Maple Systems
Maple Systems is the quality-driven leader in the industrial controls marketplace. Maple Systems specializes in the design, manufacture and support of Touch Screen HMIs, Operator Interface Terminals and Industrial Panel PCs. Our primary emphasis is providing operator interface solutions to the full range of industrial, OEM, and municipal applications. We take pride in providing superior sales and technical support, customer application assistance, as well as the software, hardware, and system design services required to successfully apply our products.
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