Industrial Solution

Service Sector

 

 

 

For demanding POS (Retail / Hospitality) and Industrial touch applications

  • Superior 5 Wire technology
  • Film on glass touch screen with superior image clarity, high resolution and good light transmission.
  • Durable - 35 million touches per point life.
  • High touchpoint density: upto 4096 x 4096.
  • Accurate operation.
  • Antiglare glass option.
  • Finger, gloved hand and soft stylus activation.
  • Sizes - Flat 6.4", 7", 8.4", 10.4", 12.1" ,13.3", 14", 15", 15.8", 17", 19", 20.1". Other sizes available on order are: 24", 30", 40", 42", 46", 50".
  • Controllers compatible with Windows family, Linux and DOS

 

 

Advantages of 5 wire resistive touch screen over 4/6/8 wire resistive touch screen

 

 

The 5 wire resistive touch screen provides outstanding endurance and reliability compared to the older 4-wire, 6-wire and 8-wire resistive touch screens.

In terms of touch endurance, the 5 wire touch screen is guaranteed for 35 million touches, resulting in the highest reliability.

Different from the common resistive film method, electrodes on the glass enhance the touch-responding reliability.

Accuracy is maintained even if the film surface is damaged. With the endurance for repeated touches on the same spot exceeding 35 million times, it can be used for applications where a resistive touch screen could not be adopted previously. Response is also faster and more accurate.

Generally a resistive touch screen is formed through a drying process. But the 5 wire resistive touch screen is produced by fusing electrodes of more than 4H directly on the glass surface to provide resistance to humidity, cold and heat . This is a reliable production method.

While a common 4-wire/6-wire/8-wire resistive touch screen requires re-calibration due to the stress on the film side, a 5 wire film does not use coordinates on the film side and hence forms and maintains stable coordinates, thus a very effective maintenance-free environment.

 

Applications

 

  • Point-of-Sale uses: convenience store, movie theatre, lottery terminal, fast food, etc.
  • Industrial uses : Automated testing, automation equipment, man-machine interface, etc.
  • Medical uses: medical instrument, research equipment and patient monitoring system.
  • Transportation uses: Inner vehicle control panel.

 

Specifications

 

Mechanical

  • Structure: PET Film --- 188 ? 15% (T)
  • Glass: 1.8, 2.9 10 % (T)
  • Connector: FFC tail, 5 pin, Pitch=2.54
  • Controller: Serial, USB
  • Sensor Sizes: 2.4"~21.0", Custom sizes
  • Input Method: Finger, Gloved Finger or Stylus Pen
  • Touch Activation Force: Less than 110 grams
  • Film Surface Hardness: Meets pencil hardness 3H
  • Surface Durability: 10k times (250gf, pen speed 10015mm/sec)

 

Optical

Light Transmission: 87% +/-5% at 550 nm wavelength (visible light spectrum), also available 92% ITO Film option.

 

Reliability

  • Charter writing operation: 10 million alphanumeric characters at any point within an effective area.
  • Touch Life: More than 35 million touches in a single location

 

Enviornmental

  • Temperature: Operating: -20C ~ +80C Humidity 95% RH at max 35C
  • Storage Temperature: Storage: -40C ~ 80C Humidity 95% RH at max 35C
  • Relative Humidity: 25 ~ 90% Temperature: 202c, Humidity: 65 5% RH
  • Humidity Test: 602C and 90~95% relative humidity
  • Thermal Shock Test: -40C2C/30min, 80C2C/30min (10cycles)

 

Electrical

  • Accuracy: Standard Deviation of error is less than 1.5% on most displays.
  • Direction "X" : 1.5 % or less, Direction "Y" : 1.5 % or less
  • ITO Glass Resistance between leads:
  • Criterion Direction " X " ( Glass side ) : 30~150O (Typ. 350O)
  • Direction " Y " ( Glass side ) : 30~150O (Typ. 350O)
  • Response Time: Less than 8msec
  • Insulation Resistance: 20MO minimum at 25KV DC

 

We also have touch panels which are pin-pin compatible for drop in replacement with competitors 4-Wire and 5-Wire Resistive touch screens.

NEW! Our Resistive Touch screens are now also available with "Palm Rejection" feature for on-screen handwriting use.

 

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