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FAQ How resistant to chemicals are the SIMATIC HMI operator panels and Industrial PCs?

Information about the chemical resistance of the fronts/surfaces of our SIMATIC HMI operator panels.

01/14/2019
ID: 39718396
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FAQ Which SIMATIC HMI operator panels does Siemens currently offer for hazardous areas with potentially explosive atmosphere (Ex2/22)?

SIMATIC HMI operator panels available for hazardous areas with potentially explosive atmosphere (Ex2/22)

08/29/2018
ID: 291285
(9)
FAQ How do you enable operation via multi-touch?

You are using an input device that supports multi-touch. However, inputs via the touch-sensitive display are not recognized correctly or not at all.

05/07/2018
ID: 109752279
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FAQ Which frame colors are used for the SIMATIC Panels and SIMATIC IPCs?

A list of the designs and frame colors of SIMATIC Panels and SIMATIC IPCs.

09/06/2017
ID: 28510510
(9)
FAQ How do you completely stop operation of Multi-touch PCs and resistive Touch PCs when connected to HMI operator panels via SmartServer/SmartClient?

A Multi-touch PC is blocked for simple inputs via "No local input during client session" for as long as it is connected to an HMI device. To also stop "gestures" you also block the "Extended Touch" function or switch the device to Single Touch mode.

10/26/2016
ID: 109737949
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FAQ What should you watch out for when configuring an IPC with two multi-touch screens?

If you want to use two multi-touch screens at the same time on your SIMATIC IPC, you can combine them in different ways. This entry shows you to what you should pay attention.

06/02/2015
ID: 109475464
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FAQ How the MTBF for SIMATIC IPCs is be calculated?

Description MTBF = Mean Time Between Failures = mean time between two consecutive failures of a component. ...

06/28/2013
ID: 75865550
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