Exor Electronic: eSMART107

December 1, 2020

The eSMART series of products combine the power of JMobile – the software inside X Platform with an outstandingly robust design. With very specific applications in mind we have stripped down the eSMART to only the essential components and have created a truly class leading product.

Stripped down does not mean that the product is not robust. In fact, it maintains a IP66 protection rating for the front of the unit and is certified to a level not seen in the low cost sector worldwide, allowing use in the most hazardous of environments.

Stripped down does not mean a cheap looking ugly product. The eSMART series is without doubt the most elegant in its class. No other fully plastic housed product can match the eSMART quality.

Stripped down does not mean reduction in high level functionality. Although the display is not at the incredible real life level of the eX700 series, the unique connectivity ability of JMobile – the software inside X Platform, allows the eSMART to communicate with a vast library of critical protocols as well as OPC UA standard and pub/sub server and client.

Features:

  •    –   JMobile programmable
  •    –   Browser Programming Widget
  •    –   Chromium Web Browser
  •    –   OS Linux RT
  •    –   HW and FW Optimised for Extremely Fast Operation
  •    –   Supports HTML5 and JS
  •    –   Resistive Touchscreen
  •    –   Powerful CPU
  •    –   High Memory Resources
  •    –   Extended voltage range 10-32 Vdc
  •    –   OPC UA Server and Client
  •    –   Vast Library of Protocols
  •    –   Extremely Robust Design

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