STRONGARM Announces the Release of the Vulcan and VulcanView Display
For Use in US/Canada Class I Div 2/Zone 2 and ATEX/IECEx Zone 2 Areas
Introducing the Vulcan from Strongarm: a versatile, feature-rich US/CAN and ATEX/IECEx certified Panel PC. Rugged enough for use in any onshore or offshore application. The Vulcan is certified for use in both Division 2 and Zone 2 hazardous environments.
The Vulcan’s extended operating temperature (-35°C to 60°C) makes it the best HMI solution for any application. The Vulcan’s heavy-duty yet slim construction features all corrosion-resistant materials and a super durable UV resilient powder coated finish. The superior design features precision cast assemblies and a shatterproof touchscreen allowing it to withstand the rigors of the most demanding applications. The Vulcan’s auto-dimming sunlight-readable display makes it perfect for outdoor or indoor applications and its efficient design requires no active cooling or heating. The Vulcan has repeatedly outperformed the competition in sunlight readability, reliability and responsiveness. Additional features like field swappable hard drives, Diagnostic LED’s and field serviceable components means less costly downtime.
The Vulcan is available in both DC (12-36VDC) and AC (100-240VAC) versions for use anywhere and has the widest range of mounting options in the industry: panel mounted, rig mounted, yoke mounted, as well as Strongarm’s exclusive Vertica™ arm mounting, the industry-leading vertically-adjustable pendant arm.
The Vulcan is available in both 15” and 19” display sizes and features either an Intel i7 Dual Core or Quad core processor for superior performance. Also available from Strongarm is the Vulcan View, a display only option featuring the same certifications, features and durable construction as the Vulcan but without the integrated PC. Add one to an existing Vulcan installation for additional control in your application.
The Vulcan is built on Strongarm’s 25+ years of design and manufacturing experience, with more than 75,000 installations worldwide in a wide variety of industries and hazardous area classifications.