Color display

  • 03-Apr-2012 02:41 EDT
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Axiomatic’s family of electronic controls adds the AX05030 color display for operator interface to machine control networks. The display interfaces with CANopen or SAE J1939-networked controls such as inclinometers, I/O modules, and/or valve drivers. Features include two CAN ports for networking as well as an RS-232 port and USB port for software updates. Power supply input is 12-, 24-, or 48-V dc nominal, and operating temperature range is -30 to +85°C (-22 to +185°F). Axiomatic works with Simulink and Linux design tools for embedded software to display an application platform suitable for various machine control applications. A bracket mounts the AX05030 in the machine’s cab, and an IP65 rating ensures rugged performance to meet the demands of mobile equipment and heavy-duty industrial machine applications.

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