Inomatic Control Panels (with CiA447 protocol)
For all our control panels that are equipped with a direct CAN connection, we focus on a reliable and simple application. Already now, some of our control panels meet the latest CiA447 standard, whereby direct communication between special signaling systems or other fitted CiA447 components can be set up.
CAN-Bus with CiA447 protocol
Inomatic control panels with CAN bus interface, which are equipped with an integrated buzzer for acoustic warning, are characterised by their long lifetime and their small, compact design. Due to the CAN bus system with CiA447 protocol, extremely little wiring is required, so that the system can be easily inserted during installation. On request, we can also integrate customer-specific CAN protocols, so that you can control your existing system with our control panels.
Our product portfolio ranges from simple control panels with three keys to extensive but compact control panels with up to 19 keys. Each one of them is illuminated by RGBW LEDs, which indicate the respective functional status in colour for an optimised functional feedback. The exchangeable slide-in foils allow the keys to be individually assigned with prefabricated or individually created symbols. For that purpose, we offer a foil configurator for you to swiftly create the right foil for your application.
Icons can be replaced at any time through the slots on the back of each control panel. All these configuration options of functions in just one system allow you to set up your control panels exactly as required. A customer-friendly format as well as individual design options of the devices are a matter of course for us.
Where to use control panels?
The CANopen application profile CiA447 serves as an interface used in open communication systems. Typical areas of application are special-purpose vehicles or passenger vehicles such as rescue or police vehicles, agricultural machinery, but also motor homes. The CAN interface with CiA 447 protocol can also be utilised in taxis in order to establish a connection between driver and control centre as well as to achieve navigation tracking.