Industrial monitors, 4:3/7:5 display screen, with HDMI, with HDMI or DVI + VGA. touch screen, AV input, S-video or BNC are Optional
Industrial panel monitors with up to 1080p/2k wide screen, 16:9/16:10 widescreen display, with HDMI or DVI + VGA. AV input, S-video or BNC are Optional.
1.5u/ 4u~8.5u Rackmountable monitor. VGA/DVI/HDMI inupt signals are optioal. With rack mount brackets, designed for 19″ equipment Racks. touch screen or strengthen glass.
Anxin's industrial grade touch screen monitors are in a variety of sizes and configurations, from small handheld displays to large, wall-mounted/ rack-mounted/ embedded-mounted displays. They can be customized to meet specific industrial requirements, such as resistance to extreme temperatures, shock and vibration, and exposure to corrosive substances..
Our Industrial panel monitors are typically used for human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and provide a visual display for users to interact with and control industrial equipment and systems. They can be used for various applications, such as:
Process control: They can be used to monitor and control various industrial processes, such as manufacturing lines, chemical processing, and power generation.
Machines control: They are with touch screen that can be used to monitor and control machines, such as robots, assembly lines, and conveyor systems.
Data visualization: They can display real-time data from sensors and other sources, allowing operators to monitor and analyze data to improve production efficiency and reduce downtime.
Environmental monitoring: They can be used to monitor and control environmental factors, such as temperature, humidity, and air quality, to ensure a safe and comfortable working environment.
Digital signage: They can be used for digital signage, providing visual displays for advertising, wayfinding, and other informational purposes.
Last, They can also be integrated with other industrial equipment and systems you wanted, such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and human-machine interfaces (HMIs). This allows operators to monitor and control industrial processes from a central location, improving efficiency and reducing the risk of errors.