At Hope Industrial Systems, one of our goals is to ensure that you have quick access to whatever you need. Our website provides easy navigation to find exactly what you may require for your project! You can start a quick chat with our Support team, find mechanical drawings or manuals for our industrial products, and learn more about the certifications for our industrial monitors.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to change across the world and we want to keep you updated on how Hope Industrial Systems is operating in the midst of it. Because we are a Critical Infrastructure business, we have remained open during the entire course of this pandemic and we will continue to operate under our normal business hours as long as circumstances allow.
Our stock levels are high – most monitors and accessories are in stock and ready to ship – and our supply chain is secure. As a manufacturer of essential equipment, we will continue to provide the same industry-leading service and support our customers know to expect from us.
Hope Industrial Systems is excited to introduce our new Industrial Fixed Wall Mount Keyboards. Designed to be bolted to any vertical surface with cables routed behind the mounting surface, this new mounting option provides the user with a clean and uncluttered installation. Starting at just $735, these new keyboard models include the same rugged industrial specifications as our existing keyboards and include our standard 4-year warranty.
At Hope Industrial Systems, we’re preparing for the International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) that’s happening next month, February 12-14, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. If you’re planning to be at IPPE 2019, stop by booth B3801 to see our full range of industry-leading touch screens, workstations, and accessories. Our knowledgeable sales team will be happy to show you our product line and discuss solutions for your industrial monitor needs.
Our line of industrial KVM Extenders allows you to place your industrial monitor or touch screen (and mouse, keyboard or other devices) up to 300 m (1000′) away from the computer or server using a single shielded CATx cable. This way, the non-industrial computer can be kept safely in a controlled environment, while your industrial monitor handles the tough conditions of the factory floor.
Hope Industrial Systems will be exhibiting at the International Manufacturing Technology Show at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois September 10-15, 2018. As a leading manufacturing technology show, IMTS features a wide range of the latest manufacturing solutions from all around the world.
Hope Industrial Systems’ Industrial Operator Stations are designed to provide a low-cost platform that can be configured in more than 12,960 ways. Our workstations consist of an industrial Universal Mount Monitor, cable exit plate option, and monitor mount. Other optional accessories, including PC/thin client enclosures, keyboards, and KVM extenders, are available depending on your requirements. Read More
Hope Industrial Systems has been shipping HazLoc-rated monitors for 10 years now. But did you know that every one of our industrial monitors and touch screens, as well as monitor-mounted keyboards, is rated for hazardous locations?
According to the National Electrical Code (NEC), hazardous locations are areas “where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dust, or ignitable fibers or flyings.”
Last month, Hope Industrial was presented the U.S. Commercial Service Export Achievement Award, an award that recognizes companies who have successfully increased business in the international marketplace.
Increasing international attention concerning the extraction, processing, and use of “Conflict Minerals” originating from mining operations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries prompted the United States Congress to enact the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, which requires publicly traded companies utilizing conflict minerals in their products to disclose the source of such minerals. The legislation was enacted in an effort to dissuade companies from continuing to engage in mineral trade, which directly or indirectly supports regional conflicts.