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Button Down HMI Design

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Dependability of Electromechanical Switches and Buttons Is Vital to HMI Reliability

Buttons, Switches Still a Turn On

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Even as Electronics Take Control of HMI Functions, There's Still a Need for Discrete, Standalone Devices

Infographic: What Class of Operator Interface Hardware Do You Typically ...

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Majority of Survey Respondents Say Graphical Display With Touchscreen or With Input Devices, Text-Based Display With Integral Input Keys or Discrete Panel Switches

Operator Interface for the Operator

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Machine Manuals Don't Always Get Read. Design the Operator Interface Such That the Manual Isn't Required

On the Go With HMI

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Approach to Handheld, Wireless Operator Interfaces in the Workplace

Seeing is believing: Functions fuel HMI demand

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Our annual Product Roundup of HMI software and operator interface hardware reveals that technological advances in development should sustain current market growth over the next few years.

Presentation is everything with operator panels

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Factory automation: Field Editor Kevin Russelburg reports on the tough decisions we face when choosing an industrial PC or an operator panel for a particular machine control application in this edition of Specmate.

Operator Interface in Hazardous Areas

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Designing Systems for Installation in Hazardous Areas Requires an Understanding of Division and Zone Classifications, and Whether Off-the-Shelf Components Are Appropriate

How Do We Tone Down Machine Device Chatter?

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Are There Standard or Standard-Based Approaches to Filter Networked Hardware and Components Nuisances?

Touchscreen Advantages—Part II

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Hardware Interfaces Can’t Match Software’s Upside for Difficult Environments, Lower Costs and Space Savings

Operator Interfaces Show the 'Big Picture'

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HMI Developments Focus on Making Information More Accessible

Diagnostic Tools Are Only As Good as the Display That Operators See

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HMI Plays Role in Diagnostics: Engineers Can't Troubleshoot Problems Without an Operator Interface That Tells Them What's Wrong

A new idea about operations manuals

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For many machine designers, the sequence of activities that goes into one machine build typically applies to the next as well. There is specification development, hardware design, bill of material (BOM) development, rework of the hardware design and BOMs after the specification changes.

Safety, Security and Tracking Rely on Proper Access to Operator Panels

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Minimizing Fault Diagnosis Without Impeding Access to Critical Production Controls Is Important for Operator Interface

To Use COTS Hardware or to Not?

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When It Comes to Cost vs. Safety Built-for-Purpose Hardware Is Worth the Premium

Touchscreens Show Off Advantages

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Hardware Interfaces Can’t Match Software’s Upside for Difficult Environments, Lower Costs and Space Savings

Operator Interface Data: Monitor It and Move It

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The Functions Needed in Today's HMIs Had Better Include the Tools to Get the Data Wherever the Machine User Wants It

Operator Interface Customization

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If You Are an OIT Customer, Who Do You Call When You Need Immediate Assistance?

Versatile HMIs Combine Functions

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Red Lion Controls' Graphite Series of Advanced Operator Interface Panels Are Sleek, Rugged, Flexible and Modular

Industry update of operator interface products

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As prices drop and capability improves, machine builders and SIs develop a healthy appetite for OI products. Part I of this presentation of key findings focuses on the results of hardware product categories.

Mobile 0I helps squeeze out more profit

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Industrial Factory Automation: No longer having to communicate with hand signals and shouts, full HMI functionality via a portable operator interface improves this filter press manufacturer's setup and changeover routines.

Smarter Phone: Browser or App

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App Access for Machine Operator Interface is Sexier Marketing, but Nowhere Near the Same Capability as Browser-Based Access

OI Consolidates PLC, I/O, Wiring

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Eaton Releases Its XV Series of Operator Interface and CoDeSys into the North American Market

Printing Machine at Powell's in Portland

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Espresso Book Machine by On Demand Books Uses Festo Pneumatic Components and GE Quick Panel HMI

Future Machines

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How Technology Pushes Machine Builders and Integrators to Design Smarter Machines, and Why Processes Have Become Better and More Efficient

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