Converting a HMI5070P/HMI5070Pv2 to cMT3072XHT

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Converting a HMI5070P/HMI5070Pv2 to cMT3072XHT

Converting from your HMI5070P/HMI5070Pv2 is quick and easy, giving you several key hardware upgrades along with some software changes.

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Below is a quick video showing you the easy process of converting your current HMI5070P/HMI5070Pv2 project to one that can be used in the cMT3072XHT. This process will need to be completed using EBPro version or later.

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There are some differences in how your new cMT project will be programmed compared to the old HMI model project.

  • The higher resolution of your new cMT3072XHT comes with a different aspect ratio. Any images in your project will be scaled accordingly, however, if they do not look high quality you will need to reimport them into your project.
  • Layered objects are not supported
  • General mode security is disabled
  • System keypads are built-in
  • Some objects have new, or different, settings

For a more in depth look at the differences between our Basic/Advanced HMI’s and our cMT series models please visit the other help topic in the link below.

Converting a Basic/Advanced HMI Project to a cMT Series


Below you will find a table that shows the hardware differences between the HMI5070Pv2 and the cMT3072XHT. All other features will remain the same including resistive touch, CANopen support, and IP66 rating.

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