Acrosser Debuts HMI Development Package for Medical, Kiosk, Casino Gaming

3/25/2005 - Acrosser Technology is starting to provide the HMI development kit for Medical, Kiosk, Casino and Gaming industries’ application.

The HMI development package includes the embedded single board computer, TFT LCD, touch screen panel, controllers, back light inverter, power supply, WinCE image and all necessary components for building the Human Machine Interface (HMI) system. With this development kit, engineers and project leaders will save lots of time and money on finding different sources for the HMI application. It also fastens the speed on prototyping and system implementation.

Human machine interfaces are intelligent operator interface terminals, which allow the user to interact with an HMI unit and use it to control other devices. Alphanumeric and graphic interface terminals are usually linked to a host computer or controller to receive and display data. PC-based operator interface terminals are a complete personal computer. Acrosser and his partner provide the most quality and cost-effective parts into this package in order to expand the capability, reliability and flexibility for HMI application development.

The HMI development kit has wide range choices of LCD display and touch screen. Every part in the package has been tested and assembly. Acrosser provide WinCE support and free image for evaluation. This package offers 5 to 8 years lifetime supply and support. Some of devices have already met the IEC61000 & IPC-610-A standard, which is the best hardware platform for Medical-grade Human Machine Interface devices.

Acrosser is an ISO-9001 certified embedded platform service provider in OEM/ODM manufacturing with its high-quality, high-performance embedded products since 1987.

Acrosser provides embedded PC-104 computer to clients in a wide array of industries, including Kiosk, gaming, industrial, networking, security, imaging and medical.

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