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2018.10.02

Ann Arbor, MI – October 2, 2018 - Pro-face America announces the release of the new PS5600 modular 12” display industrial PC. This new iPC is a welcome edition to the already popular PS5000 series, and is available in a traditional 4:3 or wide screen design.

2018.06.05

The role of HMI in secure data exchange for cloud applications

How human-machine interface software can provide a layer of protection as well as user-friendly access to plant-floor information

2018.05.02

Discontinued items: AGP3000 Series C (Control) Class

The following AGP3000 Series C (Control) Class will be discontinued.

End of sales date: Jul. 26, 2018
*Due to the limited availability of the products in stock, shipping will end when the stock is out.

 

2018.03.13

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Discontinuation Announcement

Number: HMM17-011-PFA

Issue Date: March 13, 2018

Created by: PFA Marketing

Subject: [End of Commercialization]  SP-5B40 for SP5000 Series

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This is to announce end of life of SP-5B40 for SP5000 Series.

1. Applicable Products and Replacement model

Main unit

2018.02.02

For Immediate Release

Contact:
Janelle Morris
Marketing Communications Development Senior Specialist
Pro-face America
jmorris@profaceamerica.com
734-477-0630

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2017.12.14

PS5000 Multi Display AdaptorA high-quality Multi-Display Adaptor with visibility and usability

2017.07.18

Ann Arbor, MI - July 18, 2017 - Pro-face America announces the expansion of the SP5000 series by adding a 15” wide screen, and a 19” wide screen unit to this enhanced modular HMI family.

2017.03.14

Product Discontinuation Notice

March 14, 2017

Dear Customers:

This is to announce the obsolescence of PS4000 Series industrial PCs.  The following products have been discontinued and are no longer available:

Discontinued Product

Description

2017.02.02

The traditional role of the human-machine interface (HMI) or operator interface (OI) in process control applications has been to simply display information from the process instrumentation and control system on a screen, and convey the operator’s keystrokes, clicks or touches to the appropriate external hardware for execution. Though it may be configured and endowed with powerful software that eases and speeds those basic tasks, the HMI itself adds little value beyond a pretty picture and reliable means of operator input.

2016.07.21

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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