Concept operator panel

  • 06-Jul-2009 01:28 EDT
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Wachendorff Elektronik’s concept operator panel, which is based on the OPUS A1+ standard operator panel, contains a PXA255 32-bit processor with 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM, internal mass-storage (NAND-Flash) with 1 GB, SD-card, and a 10.4-in touch screen with VGA resolution. The operating system is embedded Linux. Other technologies integrated into the system include a DTT module to receive free digital terrestrial television, an AM-OLED as a second display for status messages, an encoder with forced feedback technology, and a Commodore C64 Emulator.

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