A Highly Robust Operator Interface: HMIs of the HY-eVision² Family
TTControl's HY-eVision² product family sets new standards for an operator interface with respect to maximum resolution, programmability with CODESYS® 3.x or Qt¹, and user friendliness, for example through the ability to display and create PDF® documents.
Features of the Operator Interface
Both rugged displays have a powerful built-in display controller and are perfectly suited for the harsh conditions in off-highway vehicles due to their aluminum die-cast housing (10.4") or aluminium front (7"). They are designed to become the central operator interface in mobile equipment such as forest harvesters, excavators or large drilling machines.
The HY-eVision² terminals act as the master within a sophisticated, networked control system, giving the operator the most ergonomic control over a maximum number of functions on the operator interface.
The HY-eVision² operator panels offer optimized visualization of the various in-vehicle parameters like speed, temperature and sensor data in real time.
Object-oriented programming concepts allowing fast and easy adaption of HMI to different languages. Specific additions to the operator interface like transparency effects, graphic library and unicode fonts, for e.g. Chinese characters, are providing the ability to fully customize the display to customer needs and to differentiate from competition. The TTControl Visualization Manager is available as CODESYS plug-in with PDF viewer and creator, camera picture support and optimized for utilizing CPU hardware acceleration. 3D effects like transparency and tilting, as well as dynamic effects like animations are fully supported by the operator interface.
Excellent Sunlight Readability
Best-in-Class CPU Performance
Very Fast Display with Best-in-Class Boot-up Time
Fast and Cost-Effective Development of Graphical HMIs
Differentiate Your Operator Interface from Competition
Easy Maintenance and Diagnostics
Two Cameras – Everything in Sight
Robust and Easy to Clean Operator Interface
¹) Qt will be supported end 2013