Mitsubishi Electric Automation introduces GT25 Rugged human machine interface (HMI) | Automation.com

Mitsubishi Electric Automation introduces GT25 Rugged human machine interface (HMI)

Mitsubishi Electric Automation introduces GT25 Rugged human machine interface (HMI)

March 12, 2019 - Mitsubishi Electric Automation introduced the GT25 Rugged human machine interface (HMI). Reinforced with metal housing and equipped with an extra bright screen visible under direct sunlight, this interface is engineered for environments that would damage or destroy more vulnerable HMIs. The GT25 Rugged can function at temperatures between -5 and 150° F (-20 to 65°C) and is resistant to vibration and shock. The metal housing also protects the internal components from direct blasts from high-pressure water jets and UV rays. This makes it a choice as a monitor screen or control panel for applications that require outside installation, or risk exposure to harsh environments and procedures, such as automated parking systems, power conditioners, electric car charging stations, heavy machinery and food processing systems that use pressurized jets to clean equipment.

The hardware offers the same functions and capabilities found on the broader GT25 Series of HMIs, such as a flexible configuration, a maintenance platform, remote connectivity, expanded memory (32MB ROM for storage; 128MB RAM for operation) and device monitoring functions. 

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