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Log Max at 2012 Oregon Logging Conference

Log Max at 2012 Oregon Logging Conference

Log Max displayed its new Log Mate 500 — the successor to its current control system, the Log Mate 402 — at the 2012 Oregon Logging Conference.

Attendees got a chance to check out the new system up close. It features a Windows-based computer for easy installation of GPS and Internet software. It also has a bright 12.1-inch touch screen for a sharp picture and an easy-to-understand user interface guaranteeing the operator a quick learning curve.

Designed for the timber industry, the computer is built to withstand a tough environment. It’s IP65 standard compliant and has no moving parts, even the normal hard drive is replaced with a solid state disk drive.

The control system was just one of the many pieces of new equipment on display at the Oregon Logging Conference this year.  To find out more, just long onto www.oregonloggingconference.com. [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]