HANNOVER MESSE, the world's largest capital goods trade fair, is also frequently shortened to HMI, with the I standing for "industry", of course. However, HMI also stands for "Human Machine Interface", and optimizing this has been the focus for CRE Rösler Electronic GmbH for over 35 years. The company is a leading supplier of solutions for all areas of mechanical and process automation. Its in-house R&D department is constantly working on innovative solutions for a wide range of automation tasks. CRE Rösler Electronic is now at HANNOVER MESSE 2018 to unveil its latest developments in Industry 4.0, including an eagerly awaited revolution in the panel PC sector.
The patented QuickLock quick-change device is an innovative further development of the popular "S-Line" and is designed to help minimize fault-related stoppages. Thanks to QuickLock, a panel can now be replaced by just one person without any tools in only 30 seconds. The stand and supporting arm can be set at various angles, while the resistance moment of the rotary axis is also infinitely adjustable. All the PC's connections and interfaces are easily accessible in the large lockable connection area, with secure protection against unauthorized access. The device code and configuration data of the operating station can be stored using a storage medium located in the supporting-arm system's wiring space. This enables users to log back on quickly and easily after replacing a panel. The panel is ready for use immediately and long production stoppages can be eliminated.