May 17, 2019

Backplane Systems Technology is pleased to present APLEX Technology’s New FABS-9XXA Series of Food Safety Grade Stainless Steel HMIs, aimed at improving the safety and productivity of the food and beverage processing industry.

The FABS-9XXA Series HMIs are Panel PCs powered by 6th/7th Generation IntelĀ® Core i3/i5/i7 processors and are available in sizes ranging from 12.1 inches to 21.5 inches. The FABS-9XXA is compliant with EN-1672-2, constructed with a default SUS304 or optional SUS316 stainless steel front panel, and rated with IP66/IP69K water protection.

When producing consumables, cleanliness is of the utmost importance, and the FABS-9XXA HMIs are designed to meet EN1672-2 hygiene requirements with excellence. Their front panel has a special edge design which is formulated to allow water flow through the charmed edge while preventing water seepage into the inner structure of the panel PC for easy and comprehensive cleaning. The adhesive materials used for edge lamination and the HMI’s sealing sponge meet FDA 21 CFR 177.2600 for food safety assurance, and the touch glass is tested by the SGS group.

Thanks to their simple installation and panel-mountability, the FABS-9XXA Series HMIs are versatile and can be installed in facilities or equipment with ease. These HMIs are also equipped with strong communication networks and I/O expansion capabilities, capable of conforming to specific customer requirements while giving outstanding connectivity and integration. With a FABS-9XXA, you can standardise your procedures, efficiently enhance and ensure accuracy across your processes, perform real-time inspections, and effectively measure your food safety levels.

Key Features:

  • 12.1″ to 21.5″ TFT-LCD
  • Choice of Resistive Touch/Projected Capacitive Touch/Anti-Reflection Coating
  • 6th/7th Gen IntelĀ® Core i3/i5/i7 Processors
  • DDR4 SO-DIMM Socket
  • Flat Front Panel IP66/IP69K
  • Stainless Steel Front Bezel Design
  • Wide-Range DC 9~36V Power Input

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