|Infrared (IR)||Optical||Resistive (5-wire)||Surface Capacitive||Projected Capacitive||SAW|
4 Seal Capable
|Calibration Stability||Excellent||Excellent||Fair to Excellent||Good to Excellent||Good to Excellent||Excellent|
Why Infrared (IR) Touch?
- Clear as glass. The clarity of the technology improves readability at a glance.
- Rugged surface and bezel design is the best technology for sealing against liquids and dust.
- Transportation Informatics
- Industrial Machine Control
Why Optical Touch?
- Clearer than resistive or capacitive since there is nothing between the viewer and the display
- The rugged surface and bezel design is ideal for sealing against liquids and dust
- Able to handle dual touch input
- Can scale to large sizes
- Can support multi-touch (more than dual touch)
- Kiosk and interactive digital signage
- Indoor multimedia kiosks
Why Surface Capacitive Touch?
- Durable and resistant to scratches for demanding applications
- Faster and more responsive
- Immune to surface contaminants
- Superior optical clarity, brighter display and less surface reflection
- Casino Gaming
- Outdoor operability - in rain, snow, ice and dust
- True flat front surface possible with no bezel
- Activated by gloved hand
- Functions even if glass is scratched or broken
- Outdoor kiosks
- Ticketing machines
- Cost effective solutions
- Activated by a stylus, a finger or gloved hand
- Functions even if damaged
- High-Volume Retail Environments
Why Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Touch ?
- Durable glass construction
- High optical clarity
- Activated by a finger, gloved hand or soft tip
- Point of Sale
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