Phoenix Contact: Electronics Housings – Now With Displays and Keypads

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May 5, 2021

Electronics housings from Phoenix Contact are now available with integrated touch displays or displays with membrane keypads. The housing systems for visualization and operation are suitable for visualizing and operating process or control procedures in the control cabinet or the field.

A web-based configurator allows you to freely position the display and design the operating elements with versatility in accordance with the respective application. As the customer, you will receive prefabricated and tested modules for efficient final assembly in accordance with the Plug and Play principle. The displays are integrated flush into the housing front. High-resolution, graphic-capable 2.4″ color displays are available for the ICS, ME-IO, and UCS device families, both with and without touch function.

There is also a display with a size of 0.96″ available for the narrow housings with an overall width of 25 mm in the ICS family of devices. This is supplemented with a membrane keypad for operation. Prepared housing half-shells up to a size of 7″ are available for the UCS family for display/touch combinations, and they can also visualize more complex sequences due to their size.

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