The Axonic ProPanel PRO4500 Z1 is the ultimate hazardous-areas mountable workstation. Thanks to the 15 inch sunlight-readable LED backlit display you can even see what's on the display when the display is in full sunlight. It's also an projected, capacitive, glass-based touchscreen.
The iVID101 is an explosion proof Atex Zone1-Certified Video Monitor. The 12.1-inch TFT Video Monitor allows direct connections to CCTV cameras or video signals in Zone1 hazardous areas.
PC Enclosure В– Explosive ATEX Industrial Protection for Computer and MonitorsThe Armagard intrinsically safe PC enclosure will protect an environment from igniting, by using its sealed NEMA4X/IP66 design to prevent interior flammable elements escaping into areas with explosive and hazardous conditions (ATEX Zone2/22).
Whether for local display or operation of software in Ex Zone 1 / 2/ 21 and 22, for client server applications (Scada), for control of PLC, balances or as a web terminal - the EXPLORER PANEL PC's offer a high level of versatility for local operation.
Constructed as an intrinsically safe panel mounting unit, the EXPLORER PANEL PC can be easily integrated into all FHP housings, as well as any customised housings - it´s functionality and operation is completely independent of the housing.
Azonix is introducing the Barracuda BOP, an application specific rig floor computer with integrated features required in blowout preventer surface systems. This workstation ahs a 19 inch LCD large enough to display clearly in one screen all the critical information, such as the complete Christmas tree, thereby avoiding the need to toggle between multiple screens. The unit has a hardware button that enables and disables the touch screen, avoiding unsolicited touches that can affect the process. The Barracuda BOP has redundant communication via copper and fiber running Ethernet, Profibus and Profi.net.
The Azonix Barracuda 15" WS solves the industry’s need for a high performance computing platform that is both rugged and mobile enough to operate in extreme conditions. Many rugged mobile computers have failed under the same harsh conditions that the Azonix Barracuda is designed to thrive in.