Hope Industrial Systems is always looking for ways to improve our products and save cost so the benefits can be passed along to you. Sometimes the changes we make result in the release of a new monitor revision letter.
Did you know that any time we release a new revision of an existing Panel Mount Monitor, the new monitor is a drop-in replacement for the previous revision? The new revision always has the same form, fit, and function as previous versions. So when the time comes, it’s easy to update your setup with our most current monitor revision.
Our monitors are 3rd-party certified for NEMA 4/4X (IP65/66) environments and are backed by our industry-leading 4-year warranty. We also offer a 30-day total satisfaction guarantee and unbeatable customer service.
With each new revision comes a list of new part numbers. The following is a guide to all HIS monitor part numbers.
All HIS monitor part numbers begin with “HIS-.” Every monitor part number is structured like this:
“HIS-xxxx-xxxx” (ex. HIS-ML19-STAH)
The second segment of the monitor part number (ex. ML19) identifies the model and size of the monitor. Models are noted as follows:
- ML = Panel Mount
- RL = Rack Mount
- UM = Universal Mount
Then, the monitor size is listed. We offer various sizes of all 3 models. Here is a list of all current monitor sizes:
|Panel Mount||12″, 15″, 17″, 19″, 19.5″ (wide), 20″, 22″ (wide), 23″ (wide)|
|Rack Mount||15″, 17″, 19″, 19.5″ (wide)|
|Universal Mount||15″, 17″, 19″, 19.5″ (wide), 20″, 22″ (wide), 23″ (wide)|
The last segment of the monitor part number (ex. STAH) represents a number of additional identifying monitor features, including bezel/enclosure material, window type, power input, and revision letter.
The first letter of the last segment represents the bezel or enclosure material of the monitor:
- S = Stainless Steel
- C = Black Powder-Coated Carbon Steel
The second letter represents the window type:
- T = Resistive Touch Screen
- G = Glass (non-touch)
- A = Acrylic (non-touch)
- X = No Protective Window
The third letter represents the power input:
- A, B, C, D, or H = AC Power
- T or U = DC Power
The final letter of HIS monitor part numbers represents the revision letter of the monitor. Here is a list of all current revisions:
For more details on available monitors, please visit our Products page.