We are wrapping up our trip to Orlando, FL for the 2011 Automation Technology South Expo (ATX South). The weather has been great, as you would expect central Florida to be in March.
Many industrial environments have invisible airborne substances, like dust and moisture, that can damage electronic equipment. There are other less common substances that are found in specific industrial environments that can be even more damaging. Sulphur is one of those substances. Airborne sulphur uses moisture in the air and is corrosive to the copper and silver commonly found in the conductive traces on circuit boards, in LCD circuits and resistive touch screens. All of these components are found in the construction of an industrial lcd monitor.
A virtual trade show demo of Hope Industrial’s line of industrial Panel Mount Monitors and Panel Mount Touch screens. Recorded at the International Poultry Expo 2011 in Atlanta, GA.
Hope Industrial Systems enjoyed another successful International Poultry Expo last week. We’ve attended this show for several years now and we’re always pleased with the quality of our leads, as well as the opportunity to meet several of our customers face-to-face. It also helps that we are located only 25 miles from the Georgia World Congress Center.
This is the second part of our Universal Mount Monitor configuration breakdown. In this post, we detail the second step to completing your configuration: deciding how you want to mount your monitor.
Overview of Hope Industrial’s line of industrial keyboards at the International Poultry Expo 2011 in Atlanta, GA.
Making sure you have all the right components for a full Universal Mount Monitor configuration can get tricky. In this post, we detail the first step to completing your configuration: selecting a cable exit cover plate.
We just got back from the International Poultry Expo (IPE) that went on right here in Atlanta. There were a lot of great booths at the show, but it was especially exciting to visit those that had our monitors displayed.