You will find the answers to the questions most frequently put to Christ Electronic Systems here. Please select a topic:
What warranty periods are possible?
The standard warranty period is 12 months; this period can be extended to 24 or 36 months at an additional cost.
Is there a declaration of conformity for our products?
We will be happy to send it to you on request.
How long is the delivery time?
For standard devices, the delivery time is 20 working days after order receipt. For customer-specific OEM developments, it is 10–16 weeks after technical release.
Can devices be adapted to support arm systems?
Our standardised VESA mounts offer various adaptation options.
Is a solution with higher degree of protection possible?
Panel PCs can be upgraded to IP54 or IP65 protection using various optional solutions.
What are Christ's default passwords?
The default login via SSH or on the debug console is for i.MX6 devices user 'root' with the password 'root123' and for x86 devices user 'christ' and password 'christ'.
Are there operation manuals available for XELO, SMART Monitor, Monitor and UPS?
Which gloves are compatible with capacitive touch screens?
Where do I find the Download Tool CeLoad for Cevicon?
Where do I find the assembly instruction for the IP65 housing of Automation glass Panels?
Is there a configuration sheet for the button assignment of the Automation Hygienic?
Here you can download the configuration sheet.
What are Windows EWF (Enhanced Write Filer) oder UWF (Unified Write Filter)?
How can an x86 Windows/Linux Image be backed up or restored?
Here you can find tutorial videos about the whole backup process:
Where can I find validated Windows drivers for AMD® GX-415GA?
Where can I find validated Windows drivers for Intel® Core™ i5 4th Generation?
Where can I find validated Windows drivers for Intel® Core™ i5 5th Generation?
Where can I find validated Windows drivers for Intel® Core™ Celeron / i3 / i5 7th Generation?
Where can I find Windows Wi-Fi drivers?
Intel AC 7260:
How can I update a Touch-it CE with Linux?
Our CURT (Christ Update and Recovery Tool) makes it easy to update your system and upload your own images. Instructions are available here: PA10002483
Here you can find a Migration guide for Yocto 2.7 Warrior and 3.1 Dunfell. PA10005175
Where can I find the BSP or the Yocto Sources the Christ Systems?
You can find them on Github: https://github.com/software-celo/ces-bsp-platform
Who should I contact if I have questions about Linux systems?
For support questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I use WebConfig? What is the default password?
The default password is 'christ'. Instructions are available here: Instruction Manual WebConfig
Where do I find the WebConfig image fitting with my hardware?
For Web Panels with PIXI CDL 100: NXP® i.MX6DL DualCore 996 MHz: here
For Web Panels with PIXI CQ 100: NXP® i.MX6Q QuadCore 996 MHz and 1 Ethernet interface: here
If you have any questions, please contact our sales team under +49 8331 8371-124.
How can I update the Web Panel?
To do this, follow the instructions in the CE/ARM section "How to update a Touch-it CE with Linux."
For a successful update, we strongly recommend to perform a factory reset of the panel beforehand. Please be aware that the settings made will be lost (network settings, passwords, ...). The procedure for the factory reset can be found in the user manual.
Please use a FAT32 formatted USB stick. Note: not all USB sticks are compatible with the USB boot function.
Supports the Web Panel Java applets?
Unfortunately, web HMIs based on Java applets are not supported.
Supports the Web Panel secured SSL connections?
Yes, you can conveniently manage your certificates via WebConfig or transfer them remotely.
My specified landing URL is not displayed by the Web Panel. What could be the problem?
Please check the following points:
- Can you use another device/browser on the same network to view the destination URL? If no, check the destination web server.
- Does your connection require a certificate (secured SSL connection)? If yes, you need to import the certificate to the Web Panel.
- Have you enabled the "VNC" option on the Web Panel? If yes, disable it, as this connection has a higher priority than the startup URL.