Weintek releases super-fast HMIs — the cMT3092X, cMT3152X, and cMT3162X

2022-05-22 00:31:58 By : Mr. Frank Zhang

Weintek now offers three more of the fastest HMIs on the market — all three of the brand-new cMT X Series. Models include the cMT3092X, cMT3152X, and cMT3162X.

Boasting the most powerful processor when compared to other HMIs, the cMT X Series provides an experience approximating that from today’s smartphones and tablets, rather than yesterday’s HMI. Complete with a wide variety of capabilities such as data display and storage, machine control, PLC communication, protocol translation, alarm notifications, media playback, and IIoT integration, the cMT X Series still maintains the operational speed end users are accustomed to in their day-to-day lives.

The new cMT X Series is upgraded in every aspect compared to its predecessors. Equipped with a Cortex-A17 quad-core CPU, the cMT X has 4 times the computer power* and, thanks to its high-performance dedicated 3D processor, 12 times the graphics processing power*. This allows users to take even greater advantage of Weintek’s cMT HMI + CODESYS offerings, ensuring a swift and smooth operating experience is provided, even with CODESYS and complex graphics displays being utilized simultaneously.

RS-232, RS-485 2W/4W, CAN Bus

RS-232, RS-485 2W/4W, CAN Bus

RS-232, RS-485 2W/4W, CAN Bus

Audio Line Out 3.5 mm jack

The cMT X Series models feature comprehensive peripheral connectivity, including dual Ethernet ports, RS232 and RS485 2W/4W, CAN Bus communication ports, a USB Host port, and built-in mono speaker. It also features the standard cMT Series features, such as the innovative cMT software architecture, powerful and extensive PLC connectivity, IIoT integrability, EasyAccess 2.0 remote service, and pass-through support. Apart from rich functionalities, the appearance of cMT X Series is characterized by a distinctive minimalist black design and silver frame that accentuates its well-polished look and superior quality.

In addition, cMT3162X adopts the oTP integrated touch solution which helps to create a lighter and slimmer design while offering a Full HD, 1080P resolution. For more information, visit www.weintekusa.com.

Lisa Eitel has worked in the motion industry since 2001. Her areas of focus include motors, drives, motion control, power transmission, linear motion, and sensing and feedback technologies. She has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and is an inductee of Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society; a member of the Society of Women Engineers; and a judge for the FIRST Robotics Buckeye Regionals. Besides her motioncontroltips.com contributions, she also leads the production of the quarterly motion issues of Design World.

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