New Harsh Environment HMI Monitor by ISiS-Ex

Press Release
Thursday, May 02, 2013

Hazardous area HMI specialist iSiS-Ex launch the new iSiS1302 a bright, light and slim Zone 2 Thin Client monitor.

The new unit combines light weight with a super high bright projective capacitive touch screen to create a state-of-the-art ATEX, IECEx, AEx and CSA certified*  Zone 2 Class 1 Div 2 Thin Client.

The 19” 1000 NIT sunlight viewable display delivers stunning brightness and clarity, say the manufacturers and the toughened glass covering shrugs off grease and dirt without suffering any of the hazy effects of a resistive overlay.

Weighing just 27 lbs, the iSiS1302 is easier to carry and transport than competitor products. And at just 3” deep it fits into even the tightest space. You don’t have to design to fit to it – it fits to you.

Light enough to be mounted on a desktop VESA stand, the iSiS1302 is ingress protected to IP66 /NEMA 4X and meets the most demanding shock and vibration specifications.

A wide operating temperature range of -400C to +600C comes as standard, as does Ethernet and WiFi, a choice of operating voltages, remote telemetry, built-in diagnostics, clean screen mode and more.

The unit will be unveiled on iSiS-Ex’s stand (5179) at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2013 which will be held from 6 to 9 May, 2013, at the Reliant Park in Houston, Texas.

 www.isis-ex.com/1302-thin-client

 

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