Touch Panels – a square deal
The portfolio of the touch panel family is now rounded off by one further family member. Starting with this year’s 4rd quarter, the panels can also be sampled as 12.1"-XVGA-TFT color display.
As usual, the VIPA touch panel family is suited for all operating ranges of factory, process and building automation.
Due to the aluminum die casting case and front side IP65 protection type, the panels are also suitable for deployment in rough industrial environment.
The portfolio of the panels from 5.7" QVGA monochrome to 12.1" VGA-TFT color display is already available.
The operating panels are available with the operating system Windows CE5.0 including zenOn 6.21 or MoviconX real flexible.
VIPA Gesellschaft für Visualisierung und Prozeßautomatisierung mbH
VIPA was founded in 1985 in Erlangen by Mr. Wolfgang Seel as a system house for automation engineering. After the first PC-based machine operating panel there were further developments of control and communication modules. The first customers were from the automotive and food industry, conveying engineering and machine and plant construction. VIPA has been increasingly active in the European market since 1995.
The introduction of the modular automation System 200V was the basis for creating more powerful, faster and more reliable systems. In the year 2000 the new 2000sq.m headquarter in Herzogenaurach, west of Erlangen was opened.
The development of the SPEED7 High-SPEED PLC in 2003 was a further technological milestone in the automation equipment range (www.speed7.com). In 2005, VIPA has extended the product range with the Touch Panel family.
More than 100 highly qualified employees are working for VIPA in Germany. In addition to that there are VIPA branche offices and Service partners in 55 countries.
- Audi AG
- BMW AG
- Bayer AG
- GEA Tuchenhagen GmbH
- Eisenmann Maschinenbau KG
- Thyssen Krupp
- Volkswagen AG
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