Parker Kittiwake is pleased to announce the launch of the Holroyd HMI (Human Machine Interface) Unit.
Used alongside the MHC (Machine Health Checker) Smart Std and Smart Slo sensors, part of the MHC 4000 Series Sensors from Parker Kittiwake Holroyd, the HMI Unit translates sensor data, allows detailed analysis of historical data and can be accessed remotely.
The HMI Unit is a data monitoring and recording device which, when used in conjunction with the Smart and Slo sensors, translates the 0-10V outputs of the sensors into dB, Distress, Peak, Intensity and Extent readings, as well as providing access to a variety of methods for reacting to the readings obtained from the MHC sensors.
Once the HMI Unit has been successfully connected and configured with sensors, it displays their current alarm states with colour indications to easily identify status. Historical data for each sensor can also be easily accessed using the HMI Unit, allowing for detailed analysis.
The HMI Unit can be accessed remotely via an internet browser if the Unit is connected to the internet, making it easy and flexible to access sensor data.
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Tel: +44 1903 731470