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TERMINALS ARE FIT FOR HAZARDOUS AREAS

20-04-2017
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New from Control Logic is the R.Stahl Exicom series of explosion-protected HMIs, ranging from small 5in machine-level terminals to top-of-the-range 24in widescreen terminals. All are suitable for use in hazardous area zones 1, 2, 21 and 22.

The full range of devices includes handheld terminals, tablets, industrial PCs, rough mobile rig PCs and thin clients. All feature advanced configuration software that is intuitive and easy to use with advanced vector-based graphics. Application is simplified with a large range of drivers available to interface with the majority of popular control systems.

Suitable for virtually any application, the Exicom range can comfortably operate in demanding environments ranging from a scorching desert drill rig to a clinical laboratory producing the next generation of pharmaceuticals.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.control-logic.com.au

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