eijer Electronics is now launching the new X2 panel series, the next

generation of HMIs under the tag line: X2 series. Strong. Stylish. Smart. The X2 series offers six complete product families including more than 23 models and additional options: • X2 base – Cost-effective, full functionality HMIs. Available in 5, 7 and 10 inches.

• X2 pro – High performance panels for all automation needs. Available in 4, 7, 10, 12, 15 and 21 inches.

• X2 marine – Built for life at sea. Available in 7 and 15 inches.

• X2 control – Integrated CODESYS control. Available in 4, 7, 10, 12 and 15 inches.

• X2 motion – Integrated CODESYS motion and control. Available in 4, 7, 10, 12 and 15 inches.

• X2 extreme – Rugged HMIs for tough environments. Available in 7, 12 and 15 inches. Scheduled release in Q2 2017.

HIGH PERFORMANCE PANELS The X2 series offers high performance by power-efficient ARM9 processors all the way up to the latest quad core ARM Cortex-A9 processors delivering fast program execution and screen change.

PREPARED FOR INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS X2 panels operate in wide temperature ranges of -10°C to +50°C, -10°C to +60°C and -30°C to +70°C, and offer strong IP65, IP66, NEMA 4X/12 and UL


Type 4X/12 ingress protection for any industrial environment. The X2 range holds all the certificates

needed to perform in the field. All product families offer UL, CE, FCC and KCC certification and the majority of panels holds extended classes of marine certifications making them a perfect choice for onboard or offshore applications. The X2 extreme HMIs are even certified for hazardous environments where gases, vapours and dust are present.

INTEGRATED CODESYS CONTROL - NOW INCLUDING MARINE AND RUGGED PANELS The X2 control and X2 motion panels offer integrated CODESYS PLC functionality by standard for lean automation solutions. Thanks to the power of modern technology, the operator interface and the control logic can be united in a single compact hardware device. Just add distributed I/Os and you’ll get an elegant, scalable and cost-effective solution. The control functionality by CODESYS, runs on dedicated CPU cores for safe and fast program execution. X2 marine and X2 extreme panels are now available with optional CODESYS control.

SMART INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS WITH IX AND WARP X2 panels are supported by the standard version of iX HMI software and the new WARP Engineering Studio. iX combines top-class graphics and smart functions

The new X2 panel series, the next generation of HMIs from Beijer Electronics. Six product families including more than 23 models and additional options combine great design with strong performance

that provide intuitive operation and almost limitless connectivity. Use WARP engineering Studio to create

integrated automation solutions faster, better and easier than ever before. WARP will automatically configure all your hardware, software and communication settings, and access all individual application software included in your application. What used to take days to set up, can be up and running in a few minutes. A great feature of WARP Engineering Studio is the introduction of smart objects. A smart object includes ready-made, embedded functionality such as PLC code, HMI screens, etc. Drag a smart object into your work space and just drop it on a device. All embedded code is then injected into the targeted devices. Smart and time-saving.

ABOUT BEIJER ELECTRONICS Beijer Electronics is a high technology company active in industrial automation and data communication. The company develops and markets competitive products and solutions that focus on the user. Since its start-up in 1981, Beijer

Electronics has evolved into a multinational group with sales of 1,375 MSEK 2015. The company is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Nordic Stockholm Small Cap list under the ticker BELE.

Beijer Electronics AB T: 0115 822 4863


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