Rugged performance from five-wire touchscreen
WASP's latest touchscreen gives customers the extra benefits of extreme durability combined with superior accuracy and performance.
Because the critical top layer in its new five-wire resistive touchscreen is unaffected by constant use and aggressive environments, WASP's latest product gives customers the extra benefits of extreme durability combined with superior accuracy and performance.
Unlike four-layer touchscreens where the top layer acts as the probe, five-wire technology uses the bottom substrate for both x- and y-axis potential measurements.
The top layer only acts as a voltage measuring probe leading to more durability and stability and even allows it to work properly even with nonuniformity in the top layer's conductive coating.
Available in panel sizes from 10.4 to 19.0in, the new screens can be supplied with antiglare, clear or high visibility film coatings and the glass is available as normal or strengthened types.
Using serial or USB controllers, the screens are compatible with Windows, DOS and Linux operating systems.
Promising a life in excess of 30 million touches, the screens can be operated with the finger, stylus or even a gloved hand and posses a strong resistance to external static and electrical noise.
Supplied with a five year warranty, the screens have a touch resolution of 1024 x 1024 or more and can be supplied in customised versions.
Not what you're looking for? Search the site.
- Surtech to supply KM6-II subrack
- Anders extends colour TFT display range
- Amulet develops OS colour chip for LCDs
- Anders adds to display platform range
- Partners launch interface development suite
Request your free weekly copy of the Electronicstalk email newsletter ...
- Active Components (11,917)
- Passive Components (2,949)
- Design and Development (9,394)
- Enclosures and Panel Products (3,246)
- Interconnection (2,841)
- Electronics Manufacturing, Production, Packaging (3,055)
- Industry News (1,898)
- Optoelectronics (1,616)
- Power Supplies (2,297)
- Subassemblies (4,551)
- Test and Measurement (4,956)