Elegant Touch Panel Series – for Home and Automation
Capacitive or resistive - which touch panel is better? High-gloss capacitive touch panels are currently in great demand. However, resistive touch panels are the better choice when you are wearing gloves. The input response is flawless in any situation, even when you are using a standard stylus.
Both versions are available from Electronic Assembly, and the functionality is identical. Because many functions are already built in, the displays are extremely easy to use. The panel automatically reacts to user input with different messages, a change of output voltage level or data sent over the on-board RS-232, SPI or I²C ports.
The surface is scratch-resistant and dirt-repellent, guaranteeing excellent long-term optical performance. The display retains its attractive appearance even when used in strong environment, for example on the production floor or in machine rooms. The controls can be modified on the fly to match the current operating state.
There is a choice of 4 panel sizes (3.2”, 4.3”, 5.7” and 7”) for different mechanically situations. Monochrome versions are also available in sizes starting at 2.8”. The displays can be soldered, screw-mounted or plugged in. They have eight digital inputs and outputs and two programmable analogue inputs. They do provide a large command set for graphic instructions similar to high-level language code. This eliminates the need for time-consuming programming of character sets and graphic routines. This considerably reduces time to market. A long-life LED backlight, developed specifically for professional applications in the industrial sector, produces bright, high-contrast images. Other outstanding features include very high product quality, long-term availability and direct support from highly-qualified engineers. Development kits, mounting bezels and sample software are also available for rapid, problem-free development and deployment.
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