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IDEC Release new Touch Screen


HG2G - 5.7" Touchscreen




The 5.7” HG2G S eries are superior quality operator interfaces with advanced features and flexibility to your application, at a best value in the market today, guaranteed! They have super-bright LCD screen with sharp visibility, a built-in Ethernet port for remote communications with major brand PLCs, and a slim design providing space savings. HG2G S eries have been designed to meet the needs of our customers. IDEC offers improved technology and performance at an even better price!

NEW 5.7” HG2G, 12 VDC
Ideal for solar, oil and gas, & mobile applications
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, IDEC announces a new 5.7” HG2G model with 12V DC power. The perfect solution for customers with solar applications including traffic and road sign controls, or tracking systems where an OI touchscreen is used to monitor and control. The 12V DC HG2G is also ideal for remote water pumping stations and injection systems, especially those limited to battery-power or low-voltage solar energy. The lower voltage also makes it safer for use in the gas and oil industry. Mobile applications such as utility trucks can use the OI touchscreen for engine management or controlling lights, heat, air and accessories. Applications are endless with our 12V DC model. Especially since it eliminates the need for DC-to-DC converters, which can compromise performance.

S uper Bright LCD S creens:
The 5.7” monochrome LCD screen is the BRIGHTE S T in the market with an impressive 500 cd/m2 and 15 level grayscale. The 256 color LCD screen is no slouch either, boasting 350 cd/m2 illuminations. In addition, this analog resistive touchscreen provides a flexible layout, making it easy to design a custom screen for your specific application or project.

Built-in Ethernet Port :
Remote communication is simple using 1:1 or 1:N Communications with some of the network drivers available: IDEC with Web S erver module, Allen Brad ley Ethernet /IP or Modbus TCP /IP. You can’t beat the convenience of uploading, downloading, and monitoring the operator interface projects, data over the Ethernet; all from your desk. No need to spend extra time or money sending someone out to the field, just set up your HG2G and you’re all set!

S lim Design:
Panel space is always at a premium, which is why HG2G is constructed with a low-profile bezel extending only 36mm deep behind the panel and requiring minimum space. That’s a space savings of over 14mm compared with our previous model! Plus a power LED indicator on the front makes it easy to see your operator interface power status.

Key Features

bullet5.7” S TN LCD OI Touchscreen
bullet256 color or 15 level monochrome
bullet NEW S uper bright LCD screens:
-Monochrome: 500 cd/m2
-Color: 350 cd/m2
bullet12 or 24 VDC Model
bulletNew Built-in Ethernet Port
bulletNew S lim Design: 36 mm deep behind the panel
bulletNew Analog resistive touch panel
bulletNew Power LED indicator
bulletR S 232, R S 485, and R S 422 compatible
bulletLarge memory capacity: 2MB
bulletO/I Link communication (HG2G S eries only)
bullet1:N PLC Communication ( IDEC/Modbus/AB Ethernet/IP/Koyo/Mitsubishi MEL S EC-Q Ethernet)
bullet S ub-host communication (IDEC/Modbus protocol only)
bullet S upports major manufacturer PLCs: IDEC, Allen Brad ley, Omron, Automation Direct (Koyo), S iemens, Mitsubishi & many more
bulletApprovals: (pending) UL 1604 listed for use in hazardous locations (Class 1 Div. 2), IP 65, NEMA 4, 4X, and 13, CE
bulletProgramming software: WindO/I-NV2 version 3.42 or higher


For More Information Contact: IDEC AUSTRALIA 1800 684332 


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PO Box 153 Blackwood Sth. Australia 5051 
Tel: +618-83706364
FAX: +618-83706443
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Last modified: March 27, 2011