Z-NET s401 Modbus RTU OLED HMI display
Heastern Industries recently launched a new range of HMI MODBUS displays - the s401.

These display utilise OLED technology ( Organic LED technology ). OLED displays have a rapid response time, wide viewing angles, exceptional colour rendition and outstanding contrast and brightness display ratios.

What does the s401 offer in a display instrument? It's an OLED indicator with Modbus communication - a HMI panel mount compact device, with:

* a wide range visualization (up to 30 measurements)
* programming is achieved via supplied software interfaced to a PC, or from the front keypad / menu
* Interfaces to RS485 Modbus Master as well as RS485 Modbus Slave
* Has several master functions (27 math functions and 20 readings from slave modules)
* Direct connecting to I / O modules
* Offers REDUCED CABLING by incorporating two RS485 ModBUS interfaces - 1 Master / 1 Slave
* Is a SPACE SAVING DEVICE only DIN 48 X 96 mm facia by 40 mm deep
* and the housing finish meets IP65 protection

By utilising the Modbus RTU protocol, the s401 guarantees universal connectivity - Applications are limitless: Can be used for data acquisition, general factory and process automation, telemetry control, etc.

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