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   Number of Devices       Number of units the HMI can control. 
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   Display Type:       
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   No Display       No visual interface; possibly connects to a remote display. 
   Cathode-Ray Tube (CRT)       In CRT displays, an electron beam moves back and forth across the back of a screen lighting up phosphor dots on the inside of the tube. The phosphor dots combine to create the image on the front of the screen. CRTs are better than flat panel displays for people who need to work with multiple or very high (1600 x 1200 or higher) resolutions. 
   Flat Panel Display (FPD)       Flat panel displays are very thin displays, commonly used for portable computers. Technologies used for flat panel displays include, but are not limited to, LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) and gas plasma. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) The most common types of flat panel displays use LCD technologies. In LCD displays, an electric current passes through a liquid crystal solution that is trapped between two sheets of polarizing material. The crystals align themselves so that light cannot pass through and produce an image on the screen. LCD displays can be monochrome or color. Color displays can be passive matrix or active matrix. Passive matrix displays use a grid of horizontal and vertical wires with an LCD element at each intersection. Examples of passive matrix technology are DSTN (Dual Scan STN), CSTN (Color Super-Twisted Nematic), HPA (High-Performance Addressing), FRSTN (Fast Response Super-Twisted Nematic), and PALC (Plasma Addressed Liquid Crystal Displays). In Active Matrix Displays, each pixel has a transistor that is directly switched on or off, improving response times. The most common type of active matrix display is TFT (Thin Film Transistor). Gas Plasma These active matrix displays consist of an array of pixels each consisting of three subpixels (red, blue, and green). Gas in the plasma state reacts with the subpixels to display the appropriate color. Plasma displays are backlit and produce bright, crisp images. 
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   Screen Configuration:       
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   Alphanumeric       Displays letters and numbers, not suited to full graphics. 
   Graphic       Incorporates sufficient resolution to display graphics, charts, icons, etc., as well as numeric and text information. 
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   Nominal Display Size:       Nominal size of the display, typically measured diagonally.  This measurement is often given as the nearest integral inch measurement, e.g., a screen with a true diagonal of 5.75" is described as a 6" nominal screen size. 
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   User Interface Features       
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   Color Display         
   Touch Screen         
   Integrated Keypad Interface         
   Backlit Screen         
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Configuration or Mounting Style
           
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   Desktop       The computer has an enclosure intended for desktop applications. 
   Portable / Notebook       The computer is portable or of notebook construction. These computers often have integral displays and keyboards or are of folding construction. 
   Handheld       Unit is to be held in the hand. 
   Panel       The computer has a flange for mounting to a panel. The flange can have mounting holes or mounting studs. 
   Rack       The computer can be mounted in a rack enclosure. 
   Other Mounting Style       Other unlisted mounting style. 
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Processor / CPU Configuration
           
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   Intel386TM Family       General Specs of the Intel386TM family. 
   Intel486TM Family       General Specs of the Intel486TM family. 
   Intel® Pentium®       General Specs of the Intel® Pentium® family. 
   Intel® Pentium® II       General Specs of the Intel® Pentium® II family. 
   Intel® Pentium® III       General Specs of the Intel® Pentium® III family. 
   Intel® Celeron®       General Specs of the Intel® Celeron® family. 
   AMD AthlonTM       General Specs of the AMD AthlonTM family. 
   AMD DuronTM       General Specs of the AMD DuronTM family. 
   AMD-K6®       General Specs of the AMD-K6® family (AMD K6®-III, AMD K6®-2). 
   VIA Cyrix® III       General specs for the VIA Cyrix® III family. 
   VIA Cyrix®MIITM       General Specs for the VIA Cyrix® MIITM family. 
   AMD GeodeTM GX1       General Specs for the AMD GeodeTM GX1 series. 
   AMD GeodeTM GXLV       General Specs for the AMD GeodeTM GXLV series. 
   AMD GeodeTM GXM       General Specs for the AMD GeodeTM GXM series. 
   RISC       Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) family includes processors that perform more quickly due to a lower number of operations performed.  There are several permutations of RISC processors, such as the Hewlett Packard - Precision Architecture of the RISC approach (HP-PA RISC). 
   Motorola 680 Family       This is the first member of the Motorola family of 16- and 32-bit microprocessors. Actually it is a 32-bit architecture internally, but 16-bit externally with a 24-bit address bus. It is used in early SUN workstations, Macintoshes and other systems. 
   Motorola 68HC11       General Specs of the Motorola 68HC11 family. 
   Motorola PowerPCTM       Motorola PowerPCTM is a RISC (Reduce Instruction Set Computer) microprocessor designed to meet the standard set by the PowerPC Alliance (Motorola, IBM, and Apple Computer). The PowerPC standard specifies a 32-bit and 64-bit bus and support for 32 floating point registers. The PowerPC processor is used to power notebooks, desktop computers, workstations, servers, as well as high-end telecommunication networks. 
   DEC Alpha Series       Originally any one of the fast RISC microprocessors developed by Digital Electronics Corporation, now part of the Compaq Computer Corporation. Generally refers to the family of microprocessors used to power Compaq Alpha server systems. 
   UltraSPARC® Family (UltraSPARC®-II)       General Specs for the SUN Microsystems UltraSPARC® family. 
   Other       Unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   CPU Speed:       CPU speed refers to the speed at which the CPU operates internally. It is calculated by multiplying the memory bus speed by the multiplier of the processor, or Processor Speed = Memory Speed x Multiplier. The multiplier is different for each processor. For instance, for a Pentium II 350 the multiplier is 3.5, and for a Pentium II 450 the multiplier is 4.5. 
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Memory & Drives
   RAM:       RAM (Random Access Memory) is the main memory of the computer. 
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   Flash Memory (RAM):       A type of RAM that can electronically hold memory even when the power is off. 
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   Hard Drive Capacity:         
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   Other Drive Options:       
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   1.44MB 3.5" Floppy Drive         
   CD-ROM         
   Other Drive Type       Other unlisted or proprietary drive type. 
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I/O Interfaces
   I/O Interfaces       
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   Ethernet       A local-area network (LAN) protocol developed by Xerox Corporation in cooperation with DEC and Intel in 1976. Ethernet uses a bus or star topology and supports data transfer rates of 10 Mbps. The Ethernet specification served as the basis for the IEEE 802.3 standard, which specifies the physical and lower software layers. Ethernet uses the CSMA/CD access method to handle simultaneous demands. It is one of the most widely implemented LAN standards. 
   Fast Ethernet       The 100 Mbps Ethernet Specification. The IEEE 802.3 committee developed the standards for this protocol. The general designation for these standards is 100Base-T. There are different alternatives that are used with different transmission media. The group called 100Base-X alternatives use two physical links between nodes (one for transmission and one for reception). The 100Base-T group uses the MAC (Medium Access Control) protocol. The media used in each is as follows: 
   Modem       Modulator-demodulator. A modem is a device or program that enables a computer to transmit data over telephone lines. Computer information is stored digitally, whereas information transmitted over telephone lines is transmitted in the form of analog waves. A modem converts between these two forms. 
   RS232       Interface between data terminal equipment and data communications equipment employing serial binary data interchange. 
   RS422       RS422 is a balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. It was designed for greater distances and higher Baud rates than RS232. 
   RS485       RS485 is a balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. The advantage of a balanced signal is the greater immunity to noise. The difference between RS422 and RS485 is that RS485 can be transformed into a multi-point application. 
   SCSI       SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) is a parallel interface standard used by Apple Macintosh computers, PCs, and many UNIX systems for attaching peripheral devices to computers. 
   USB       Universal Serial Bus. The standard serial bus for low-to-medium speed peripheral device connections to Personal Computers, including keyboards, mice, modems, printers, joysticks, audio functions, monitor controls, etc. 
   Other       Unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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Features / Applications
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   EMI/RFI Shielding       Device is shielded against electromagnetic interference or radio frequency interference. 
   Keyboard Support       Device has a keyboard port for using an external keyboard. Many devices that have integral membrane keypads also have ports for using a full size, tactile keyboard. 
   Networkable System       Device is designed to communicate with or be a node of a digital network. 
   Meets NEMA Enclosure Standards       These devices are suitable for harsh environments. NEMA 4 Constructed for indoor or outdoor use. Provides a degree of protection against contact with enclosed equipment, falling dirt, rain, rain, sleet, snow and windblown dust, splashing water and hose-directed water. Undamaged by external formation of ice on enclosure. NEMA 4X Constructed for indoor or outdoor use. Provides a degree of protection against contact with enclosed equipment, falling dirt, rain, rain, sleet, snow and windblown dust, splashing water hose-directed water and corrosion. Undamaged by external formation of ice on enclosure. 
   Mouse Support       Device has a mouse port for using an external mouse. Most new computers use a PS/2 mouse port. 
   Printer Support       Contains hardware or software for connection to a printer, or can include units with integral printers. 
   Power Over Ethernet (PoE)       Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) or "Active Ethernet" supplies DC power to the device via a standard Category 5 cable.  An “injector” at the power supply that places the power voltage on the cable supplies the DC power.  PoE eliminates the need for separate power supplies or cabling for equipment such as HMIs, modems, and other distributed equipment. 
   Real Time Clock Support       A clock that keeps track of the time even when the device is turned off. Real-time clocks run on a special battery that is not connected to the normal power supply. In contrast, clocks that are not real-time do not function when the computer is off. 
   Software Driver       Software that runs on a PC to translate hardware events into something that the PC's Operating System can understand. In the case of a touch screen system, the software driver translates touch events into mouse events that the system can understand. 
   Speakers Included       Speakers mounted directly in device. 
   Uses a Stylus       A pen-like pointing device that can be used with a touch screen system. A stylus usually has a much finer point than a finger and therefore is useful for more precise touch screen operation. 
   Web Enabled       Device contains hardware and software protocols such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (http) or Web Access Protocol (WAP) for being addressable to, or a node of, the World Wide Web for remote monitoring or communication. 
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   Applications       
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   Automotive       The device is designed to be used in automotive applications. 
   ARINC / Avionics Rated       The device is ARINC rated or designed to be used in avionic applications. 
   Computer       The device is designed to be used in computer applications. 
   MIL-SPEC / Military Rated       The device is MIL-SPEC rated or designed to be used in general military applications. 
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Environment
   Operating Temperature:       Full required range of ambient operating temperature. 
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