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Published:  15 August, 2014

RITTAL says human-machine interfaces play a key role when choosing manufacturing equipment, potential purchasers not only consider the quality of the machine and the products manufactured, but user-friendliness and a robust, well-designed operator control system, often influence decision-making just as much.

Engineering specialist Laempe & Mössner produce several lines of core shooters and equips its core shooting machines with Rittal’s support arm and housing systems.

A programmable logic controller manages all processes within the system and the human-machine interface comprises a panel PC with a touch screen. This enables the user to operate the equipment and to monitor current status. In addition to the panel PC, a number of other elements, such as an emergency off switch, signal pillars, valves and a pressure indicator, are required. All these components are contained in compact housings from Rittal’s Comfort Panel range.

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