The new Weintek cMT-iV6 touch panel with built-in cMT Viewer can connect with multiple cMT-SVR or cMT Series HMIs for monitoring. Equipped with a 9.7-in. 1024×768 touchscreen, built-in speaker, and high-performance 1-GHz processor, it delivers outstanding visuals, sound effects, and operation experience.
The cMT-iV6 inherits most of its functions from cMT-iV5 — but has an additional SD card slot. By using an external SD card, it can support many software features that were otherwise not available on cMT-iV5 … for example, file browser, media player, picture viewer, PDF reader, and screen hardcopy, in addition to VNC Viewer.
Plus the touch panel’s upgraded 4-GB eMMC memory lets it cache more data for the connected devices — enabling seamless switching between devices and ensuring smoother operation.
cMT-iV6 adopts industrial grade power isolation protection, PCB coating and NEMA4/IP65 compliant front panel, and is suitable for panel mount, making it possible to be installed in any corner of the factories located in any harsh environment. It will play an indispensable role in building a cloud-based manufacturing system that fully takes advantage of Weintek’s cMT communication technology.
Weintek’s cMT communication technology opens the possibility where operating interface, communication and computation modules can run independently, allowing users to run cMT Viewer clients on diverse operating platforms to monitor multiple remote cMT-SVR or cMT Series models. To that end, cMT Viewer is available on multiple platforms, and users are free to choose the most suitable one. When wireless connectivity and mobility is an important factor, the user can run cMT Viewer on a smartphone/tablet. If one wishes to make use of the existing PC system, Windows version of cMT Viewer on PC is also available. For other environments, the industrial-grade cMT-iV6 with built-in cMT Viewer will be the optimal choice. For more information, visit weintek.com.
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