An information processing system’s visual display is typically layered on top of a custom touch-screen input device. Custom Touch Screens allow users to operate a device using single or multiple touches. Bypassing the use of a mouse, trackpad, or other similar devices, it enables the user to interact directly with what is displayed.
For many products, touch screens are regarded as the cutting-edge interface option. Medical devices, consumer electronics, industrial control systems, and point-of-sale systems are a few examples of common touch screen applications.
To address a wide range of product applications and end markets, from the retail market to mass market home appliances to the most demanding industrial uses, we have developed a line of standard and custom touch screen solutions and enhancements. With more than ten years of experience using touch screens, we can provide our customers with a complete turnkey solution, including glass shaping, touch panel production, integration, enhancement, display solutions, and standard and custom LCM touch modules.
Touchscreens have only recently become widely accessible to consumers at reasonable prices, despite only being around for a few decades. You’ve probably already encountered earlier and different touch screen technology because restaurants and ATMs were two of the first places to use the fundamental touchscreen technology. Your first touch-enabled phone most likely used resistive film, a technology that required a firm touch to physically bring two film layers together, allowing the screen to recognize your selections. This was not ideal for lightly touching multiple surfaces at once, and the film made the screen appear rather dark.
You carry the ideal demonstration of this capacitive touch panel technology in your pocket. This technology is frequently found in smartphones because it performs well and enables the screen to produce a high level of clarity. Capacitive refers to the fact that your screen reacts when your finger touches a spot on it that is below the protective layer and detects an electric pulse.
The vast majority of touch panel features can be customised, including size, cover lens material, decoration, screen enhancements, controller, chip, interface method, and many others. Customization of products usually depends on how well they perform, how they will be used, what kind of displays they will have, and other factors; our product database has a variety of customization options.
In order to enhance functionality and performance, we also provide touch-screen integration services to our clients. Integration entails bonding the touch panel and sensor to the chosen display.