Robust open frame display module features an exclusive adjustable design

19-10-2022 | Cincoze | Industrial

Cincoze offers the CO-100 Series of open frame display modules with robust features and exclusive adjustable design for simple fitting into enclosures of various materials and thicknesses in industrial applications, including automation machines and kiosks. The CO-W121C is a 21.5" 16:9 high-resolution FHD display module with a PCAP touchscreen. It is the latest addition to the series, expanding the variety of sizes, display ratios, and touch methods to satisfy a wider variety of market needs.

The CRYSTAL Display Computing product line offers three different series: CV-100 for indoor HMI needs, CS-100 for outdoor high-brightness applications, and CO-100 for installation in various enclosures and cabinets. All three series use the company's Convertible Display System (CDS, Patent No. M482908), so they can be combined with a computer module (P2000/P1000 Series) to create an industrial panel PC, or combined with a monitor module (M1000 Series) to produce an industrial touch monitor while retaining flexibility for future upgrades.

The series' main feature is the adjustable mounting bracket, particularly created for equipment manufacturers. The thickness adjustment setting makes it simple to fit cabinets of various thicknesses and enables precise and sturdy positioning. The series also provides different locking methods (panel and boss type) for flat or standard mounting, easing the installation process and offering more convenient integration while delivering a smooth and consistent appearance for cabinets of different materials and thicknesses.

The series embodies the company's high quality, stability, and robustness by using industrial-grade materials, supplying an IP65 waterproof and dustproof front panel, supporting 0–70C wide temperature operation, and giving 50,000 hours of backlight life. It is also in line with CE and FCC EMC requirements, making it ideal for industrial HMI applications. Also, as well as the standard P-CAP touch, a single-point resistive touch is set for future release.

By Seb Springall