Parker offering IQAN Design training at the National Fluid Power Centre at the beginning of October


For companies who use IQAN master display modules on their equipment, Parker are pleased to be offering introductory training, which is ideal for beginners or those with limited IQAN knowledge. The next training dates take place 1-2 October 2019 at the National Fluid Power Centre (NFPC) in Worksop and will be run by Tim Harris & Tony Robinson – Field Sales & Application Support Engineers.

For further information and to register for this training please visit

Parker’s IQAN offers users the benefits of:

  • Improved functionality, ergonomics and control, coupled with remote diagnostics for real time asset management.
  • Add in functional safety, camera systems, touchscreen HMI’s and Parker IQAN Design provides a powerful platform for the seamlessly integration and control of complex mobile systems
  • Drag and drop modules simplify the process of building systems and allow the user to easily control and simulate functionality



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