American Industrial Systems, a leading industrial manufacturer, has revealed its new touchscreen operator interfaces (seven to 15 inch). The company has stated that these interfaces are armed with Intel Atom Processor D2550 (1M Cache, 1.86 GHz) for various industrial equipment and process applications.
AIS 10.1, and 15 inch thin client Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) terminals provide various features such as reduction in size and weight, as well as boasts improved command, control, communications, computers, and (industrial) Intelligence (4CI) performance for system engineers, system integrators and OEM equipment manufacturers. Additionally, the company promises lower power consumption (SWaP).
To identify design problems before shipping the products, AIS' temperature and humidity environmental test chambers can offer quick product temperature change rates and make use of different levels of relative humidity. According to the company, this enhances product quality and reliability.
According to the company, these test chambers are ideal for various applications such as ensuring stability and package testing, product shelf life, electronic component burn-in, and TAPPI testing, light exposure and temperature evaluation studies.
“AIS is committed to exceeding your expectations on every HMI project, with the finest quality products, customer service and quality craftsmanship, at a competitive price,” explained Nelson Tsay, president, AIS. “We offer domain-specific hardware and software engineering, design and manufacturing services for private label and ODM clients worldwide. AIS HMI and touch-screen operator interfaces are electronic devices that enable the interaction between operators and machines for industrial processes.”
Recently, the company unveiled MIL-STD and MIL-SPEC compact ruggedized touch computers and displays. According to the company, these displays are created, manufactured and qualified to pass MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-461. Ideal for military, aerospace and government applications, all units are tested for drop-shock, moisture, dust and vibration resistance and temperature extremes, the company has stated.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo