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> Millenium Touch Panels, MTP01, MTP05
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Jesus Miranda
post Sep 9 2010, 06:39 PM
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The MTP family is the latest addition to the Millenium 3 HMI offer.

These are compact panels with great display performance, excellent visibility, high contrast and superior brightness, and they can be connected directly to the programming port of the controller without the need of an expansion module, which allows its use with any type of M3 controller (compact, expandable, blind, with display).


The MTP01 touch panel (P/N 88 970 452) is a 3" monochrome display with a graphic resolution of 128x64 pixels and a 3 color backlight: green, orange, red.

You can display text, data and graphics and it can manage recipes.

The program transfer is done using an RS232C cable.

This is the datasheet: M3_MTP01.pdf

And here is a Quickstart Tutorial: Quick_Start_MTP01_EN.zip


The MTP05 touch panel (P/N 88 970 432) is the high-end version. It's a 3.5" monochrome display with a graphic resolution of 320x240 pixels and a 3 color backlight.

In addition to the same capabilities that the MTP01 has, this touch panel can also manage alarms and offers the option to use an SD Memory Card (up to 1 GB) for backing up the program and the recipes.

Fitted with a backup battery, this panel can store all your backup data (Millenium 3 data, clock data, internal MTP05 data and alarm history) in the SRAM in the event of power failure.

The program transfer is done using a standard USB cable.

This is the datasheet: M3_MTP05_MTP05C.pdf

And here is a Quickstart Tutorial: Quick_Start_MTP05_EN_V2.zip


These touch panels are easy to program using the user-friendly MTPWIN software. The intuitive symbol library greatly simplifies the whole screen creation process.

These are some of the advantages you get by using these touch panels with an M3 controller:

1.- You can manage a high number of screens (up to 180) with good resolution and you can also add images and plot values.
2.- With the touch panel handling all the screens you free up memory on your controller for complex applications.
3.- You can manage recipes quite easily and you can store them on an SD card.
4.- You can free up the expansion port of the controller in case that your application needs more I/Os or if a communication module is needed.

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Jesus
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