TAICENN TM-OC170 series is an enhanced stability and reliability industrial 4 3 open frame industrial monitor product. The design uses a multi-point (10- points) projective capacitive touch screen, and it can fulfill front panel NEMA/IP65 dust-proof and water-proof standards.
The 4 3 open frame industrial monitor TM-OC170 uses full-sealed box construction, and its front panel complaints NEMA / IP65 waterproof and dustproof standard, to prevent installation in the control cabinet because of the scene splashing water droplets and water vapor into the host and thus affect equipment operation; high-strength steel box structure, so that it can adapt to the harsh industrial site work environment, the most suitable for factory automation, machinery manufacturing, CNC equipment, textile equipment, communication networks, power automation and other industrial applications.
FAQ: History of the HMI?
HMI products originated from the need to make machinery easier to operate, while producing optimal outputs. Predecessors of HMI include the Batch Interface (1945-1968), Command-Line User Interface (1969-Present), and the Graphical User Interface (1981-Present). The Batch Interface is a non-interactive user interface, where the user specifies the details to the batch process in advance, and receives the output when all the processing is done. This batch process does not allow for additional input once the process has begun, is problematic in modern manufacturing lines. The Command-Line Interface is a mechanism that interacts with a computer operating system or software by typing commands to perform specific tasks. The concept of the Command-Line interface originated when teletypewriter machines were connected to computers in the 1950s, and offered results on demand; a big downfall of Batch Interface because it could not deliver results on demand. A basic example of Command-Line Interface would be windows Disk Operating System "DOS" which dominated the 1980's. Over time, interfaces became highly complex and extremely easy to use. One such interface would be the Graphical User Interface (GUI). Graphical User Interface allows people to interact with programs in more ways than typing, such as computers, hand-held devices such as MP3 Players, Portable Media Players or Gaming devices, household appliances, and office equipment with images, rather than text commands. Human Machine Interface stems directly from Graphical User Interface, and comes from the need to control and operate machinery much more effectively. Human Machine Interface formerly known as Man Machine Interface, is now leading the way in the control of manufacturing processes as an extremely user-friendly device.
OSD Button in back panel
386.4 x 318.4 x 55
382.4 x 314.4
Front Panel: Aluminum-magnesium alloy, anodic treatment
Open frame mounting, support VESA
Support DVI + VGA
12V (Optional 24V)
17.0’’ TFT LCD
1280 * 1024
30 000 hours
338.9 x 271.3
Projective capacitive (P-cap.)
USB (Optional RS232)
>100 000 000 times
IP65 rating in front panel
50~500Hz,1.5G,0.15mm peak to peak
FAQ: What’s the means of 4:3?
The aspect ratio of a display device is the proportional relationship between its width and its height. It is expressed as two numbers separated by a colon (x: y). Common aspect ratio for display, past and present, including 5:4, 4:3, 16:10 and 16:9.
In 2008, the computer industry started to move from 4:3 and 16:10 to 16:9 as the standard aspect ratio for monitors and laptops.
TAICENN 4: 3 open frame industrial monitor TM-OC170 is 4:3 aspect ratio, aim for industrial and embedded application market.
17.0’’ TFT LCD, 1280*1024, P-cap touch, 1*DVI, 1*VGA, DC 12V, 40W power adapter, Cables
17.0’’ TFT LCD, 1280*1024, P-cap touch, 1*DVI, 1*VGA, DC 9~36V, Cables
17.0’’ TFT LCD, 1280*1024, P-cap touch, 1*DVI, 1*VGA, DC 12V, Cables
17.0’’ TFT LCD, 1280*1024, P-cap touch, 1*DVI, 1*VGA, DC 9~36V, 40W power adapter, Cables