Mitsubishi Electric Automation Introduces New Touchscreens

Mitsubishi Electric Automation has introduced seven six-inch touchscreen displays for its popular GOT1000 platform. The terminals are packed with a host of innovative functions that create new possibilities for almost any application. The new 24V DC-powered GT1555-VTBD features a 16-bit color spectrum TFT display in VGA (640 x 480 resolution) format, and is loaded with 9MB of onboard flash memory. This unique terminal is capable of displaying over 65,000 colors for photo-quality images, and can execute many embedded advanced maintenance functions, such as ladder monitoring and system monitoring, that were once reserved for much larger terminals.

The other new six-inch models feature QVGA resolution (320x240) and a wide range of display technologies including 256-color TFT, 256-color STN and 16-color grayscale monochrome STN. All are equipped with either a dedicated Q Series (QCPU), or A Series (QnAS/AnAS) BUS communication interface. These 24V DC-powered touchscreens have 3MB of onboard flash memory and offer same comprehensive list of features and functions now found in the GOT1000 Platform.

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