C-more Micro-Graphic family
of operator interfaces now offers a 4-inch TFT color touch screen HMI panel.
The panel features a 320 x 240 dot display; 32,768 colors provide clear and
colorful graphics for vibrant and intuitive screens. The free programming
software offers the choice of using built-in objects or importing custom
graphics. The user can create and save custom objects and graphics to software
libraries to access multiple projects. The 4 inch touch panel is equipped with
a standard Type B USB programming port, a serial communications port, PLC
drivers and five durable function keys with LED indicators. The unit offers 3.2
kB memory, LED backlight, multistate bitmap support and Windows font support. C-more Micro's 320 x 240
screen allows either portrait or landscape installation when space is a
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Design engineers need to prepare for a future in which their electronic products will use not just one or two, but possibly many user interfaces that involve touch, vision, gestures, and even eye movements.
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