Following on from the success of Blue Chip Technology’s touch screen BETA HMIs at last year’s Engineering Design Show (EDS), we will be exhibiting our expanded range at this year’s What’s New In Electronics Live show for the very first time.
See Our Biggest Ever Range of BETA HMI Options
Our commitment to expanding the range of available options for our configurable HMI platform – BETA – continues with the introduction of a number of new additions:
- a 7.1″ machined aluminium bezel featuring IP65 sealing
- IP54 sealing option with our 4.3″ and 7.1″ soft touch plastic bezels
- an ARM processor module designed for real-time applications
We’ll also have some new demo applications on show to demonstrate the incredible breadth of capabilities of the BETA HMI platform.
To download and print your free ticket, click the button below:
Looking for an SBC or COM Instead?
While we’re focused on showing BETA, we’ll also have a number of our off-the-shelf board products on display.
If your project could take advantage of the flexibility offered by a computer-on-module (COM), then our tiny TM1 and TM2 processor modules might be the perfect fit. If you’re looking for more of a complete solution, then pair one of our processor modules with a carrier board (such as the HB5, HB6 or HB7) to create a modular ARM single board computer. If your application requires an x86-based operating system instead, take a look at our XE1 SBC.
About the Show
Taking place at the NEC Birmingham on the 25th and 26th of September, What’s New In Electronics Live is co-located with Sensors & Instrumentation and a range of smaller, related shows such as Embedded Live. You can find us at stand F52, close to the Embedded Live area.
The show expects to bring together thousands of engineers – from design to implementation and software to hardware – who are looking to learn, network and find solutions. We’re looking forward to hearing about many new and exciting projects while we’re there and we’d love to hear about yours, so download and print your invite below and come by stand F52 to speak to our expert engineers.