SIGMATEK’s New Mobile Multi-touch in 10.1-inch Format: The HGT 1051

SIGMATEK’s New Mobile Multi-touch in 10.1-inch Format: The HGT 1051
SIGMATEK GmbH & Co KG (Austria) - Handheld operating panel with capacitive touch screen.

1051* is equipped with a 10.1-inch multi-touch screen in portrait format (800 x 1280 pixel). With the seamless glass touch screen (PCT), robot applications for example, can be intuitively, comfortable and very clearly operated and monitored.

An EDGE2 Technology processor ensures high performance of the mobile HMI, the integrated Safety functions emergency stop, confirmation button and key switches provide the required Safety. In the standard configuration, an Ethernet and a USB interface are integrated. The cable-connected ergonomically designed operating panel with IP54 protection fits well in the hand and that for several hours – thanks to the low weight of only 1,100 g.

As with all SIGMATEK HMIs, the visualization is comfortably created in LASAL. Ready-to-use templates and function components ensure that the HGT 1051 is quickly operational.

*subject to technical changes, available starting end of Q2/2017

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