Panel Computers and Displays for Tough Environments

Operating in outdoor or hazardous environments can pose many challenges, whether there are blistering hot or freezing cold temperatures, high exposure to dust and water, or potentially explosive atmospheres. We offer rugged panel computers and displays that are certified for use in the extreme operating environments presented by oil and gas, marine, and railway applications. Approved certifications include UL/cUL Class I Division 2, ATEX Zone 2, IECEx Zone 2 for explosive environments, DNV GL, ABS, and CCS for marine operations; and EN 50155:2017 compliance for onboard train control systems.

Key Features

Wide Temperature

Designed to work in the
-40 to 70°C range

Sunlight Readable

1000-nit display for use in
outdoor applications

Advanced Touchscreen

Supports glove-friendly

Fanless Design

Heat sink for efficient
heat dissipation

HMI Software Support

Works with various PLCs and SCADA systems

Modular Design

Parts are easy to replace,
simplifying maintenance

Metal Housing

Rugged build suitable
for industrial applications


IP66-rated enclosure protects against water & dust

Field-tested Reliability

Moxa panel computers and displays have been deployed worldwide in extreme operating environments demanded by applications such as:

  • Rig-floor monitoring
  • Oil and gas drilling control
  • Solar inverter monitoring
  • Marine bridge monitoring
  • Driver cab displays for Train Control and Management Systems (TCMS)
  • Control and monitoring in factories with gas or dust explosion concerns

Works Smoothly With Your PLCs

Control systems in the field may include a number of different PLCs and SCADA systems. Moxa's extensive experience in providing HMI hardware solutions enable us to offer panel computers that work smoothly with different SCADA software such as:

  • FactoryTalk View SE/ME
  • GE iFIX
  • Wonderware InTouch
  • Ignition
  • PcVue
  • TwinCAT
  • FreeSCADA

About Moxa’s Rugged HMI Solutions

Moxa's industrial-grade panel computers and displays are built to withstand the elements, making them ideal for use in outdoor and hazardous environments and for oil and gas, marine, and railway applications.

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