HMR CAN Rotary
HMR CAN Rotary enables efficient screen navigation and operation of machine functions by intuitive button control – the next level in operator comfort and machine modernization.
Superb operator comfort and efficiency
For operators who expect top-of-the-range comfort, safety and performance, the Danfoss HMR CAN Rotary excels on all counts. Our PLUS+1® mobile machine device enables screen navigation and machine function control at the push of a button – with the ability for customers to add a hand rest to top off the ergonomic design.
Taking the best features from the auto market, the HMR CAN Rotary minimizes the need to reach for the touch screen, buttons or dials on the display while the machine is in operation. Operators can maintain a full overview of performance by intuitive five-finger control, allowing for “blind” operation of the device.
The device features seven large buttons, either with standard icons or customized to specific applications. Via an eighth button integrated in the rotary device knob, operators can enter commands and select functions. In addition to being convenient, this is an important safety feature that prevents accidental engagement.
Each button has RGB LEDs that provide an adjustable backlight and light bars that are controllable via CAN messaging – giving customers the flexibility to easily customize each button for color and frequency, while modernizing their machine.
Like all products in the PLUS+1® family, the HMR CAN is designed for demanding conditions. Rugged IP66 and IP67 ratings make it suitable for installation in open or enclosed cabs.
|Type||Name||Language||Valid for||Updated||Download||File type|
|Data sheet||PLUS+1® HMR Can Rotary Input Device Data Sheet||English||Multiple||04 Apr, 2019||616.2 KB|
|Data sheet||PLUS+1® HMR Can Rotary Input Device Data Sheet||Japanese||Japan||03 Apr, 2019||1.3 MB|
|Data sheet||PLUS+1® HMR Can Rotary Input Device Data Sheet||Chinese (CN)||China||01 Nov, 2018||709.9 KB|
|User guide||PLUS+1® HMR CAN Rotary Input Device Technical Information||English||Multiple||14 Nov, 2019||2.6 MB|
Offshore oil and gas applications
Upstream Offshore Oil and Gas activities are making up nearly 30% of global crude oil production. These are some of the harshest operating environments on the planet. Drilling in waters up to 3,000 meters deep requires equipment that is reliable and safe. this can help to maximize operating productivity and prevent unexpected downtime.
Onshore oil and gas applications
Onshore Oil and Gas activities are making up the majority of the world’s total oil production. These require a great deal of flexibility and scalability. A variety of oil reserve types onshore equipment needs to be flexible and robust. Due to a typically much greater number of oil wells per reserve than offshore.