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All HIS Monitors Are Designed, Engineered and Assembled in the USA

Since our company was founded in a basement in Atlanta, Georgia over 23 years ago, all 200,000-plus of Hope Industrial Systems’ monitor and touch screen products have been designed, engineered and assembled in the USA. We take pride in the fact that, even in today’s complex world of manufacturing, we’ve upheld our founding principle that we will manufacture our products here in the USA, while serving literally every continent on the globe in our quest to lead the world in our industry.

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New 19.5″ Displays with Edge-to-Edge Windows and PCAP Touch Screen Options

New 19.5″ Widescreen Panel Mount and Universal Mount Industrial Monitors from Hope Industrial Systems. All models have edge-to-edge windows, 1080p resolution, DisplayPort and DVI input connectors and include both AC and DC power input.

Hope Industrial Systems is excited to announce new versions of our widescreen 19.5″ Panel Mount and Universal Mount industrial monitors and touch screens. The new 19.5″ monitors feature an edge-to-edge flush front window that extends across the entire front of the display. Window options include our new multi-touch projected capacitive (PCAP) touch screen and food protection windows, as well as our single-touch resistive touch screen and strengthened glass windows.

These monitors now include standard DisplayPort and DVI-I digital video inputs and both AC and DC power connectors (10.8 to 26.4 VDC). Like all of our models, they feature 3rd-party NEMA 12/4 and 12/4/4X (IP65/IP66) environmental certification and include our industry-leading 5-year warranty.

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23.8" widescreen Fully Enclosed Universal Mount Industrial Monitors and Rugged Touch Screens

Our Next Generation of Widescreen Industrial Monitors and Touch Screens

New 23.8″ Widescreen Panel Mount and Universal Mount Industrial Monitors from Hope Industrial Systems. All models have edge-to-edge windows, 1080p resolution, DisplayPort and DVI input connectors and include both AC and DC power input.

Hope Industrial Systems is pleased to announce our new 23.8″ line of industrial monitors and touch screens, the first of our next generation widescreen product line!

As our customers know, HIS takes pride in our 22-year history of assuring our customers of long-term product continuity. After shipping thousands of our 23.0″ product family for over 8 years, the worldwide panel fabricators discontinued the 23.0″ size, so about 18 months ago we acquired a large quantity of them and began a development effort to introduce a new product line that would be as close in form, fit and function as practical and at the same time incorporate an LCD panel that is expected to be available for an extended time.

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Industrial Monitors, Touch Screens, and Workstations Designed for the Factory Floor

Hope Industrial offers 3 different varieties of monitor and touch screens to suit the needs of each individual customer. We offer Panel Mount, fully enclosed Universal Mount, and Rack Mount monitors, all with a standard 5-year warranty and 30-day total satisfaction guarantee. All of our monitors are designed to provide superior picture quality in a rugged enclosure, ensuring years of reliable operation in any factory environment. Read More

4-Year Warranty Badge for Hope Industrial Systems

New Standard 5-Year Warranty for Hope Industrial Products

4-Year Warranty Badge for Hope Industrial SystemsEffective immediately, HIS is increasing our standard warranty to 5 years. And, it’s retroactive – all products we have shipped since December 1, 2015 are covered. All other warranty terms stay the same.

We’ve shipped over 140,000 monitors since announcing the industry-first 3-year warranty in 2001 and the good news for our customers (and for us) is that our products rarely fail on their own. But now you have the assurance that, if one does, you are covered for 60 months!

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Hope Industrial Systems Continuing to Operate Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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.

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Did you know all Hope Industrial Systems monitors are rated for hazardous locations?

19.5″ Industrial Panel Mount Monitor and Touch Screen, front and side views
19.5″ Industrial Panel Mount Monitor and Touch Screen

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.”

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Conflict Minerals Compliance

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.

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