|Operating Voltage:||2.8V-3.3V||Transparent Rate:||≥85%|
|Cover Glass:||0.7mm||Sensor Glass:||0.7mm|
|Opearting Temperature:||-20°C~+70°C||Name:||Capacitive Touch Screen Display|
5.6 Inch Capacitive Touch Screen Display,
OEM Capacitive Touch Screen Display,
5.6 Inch tft capacitive touchscreen
5.6 Inch Capacitive Touch Screen Display For Industrial Equipment
Capacitive touchscreens, on the other hand, respond directly to the touch of your finger or an input device such as a stylus. Although they were invented almost a decade before the first resistive touchscreen, they became popular only recently.
|PCAP Size||5.6 inch|
One of the major benefits of capacitive touch screens is that they’re strong and durable. In commercial applications, it’s likely that a touchscreen will encounter a great deal of use. The function of a suitably selected and designed capacitive touchscreen won’t be affected by daily issues such as dirt and fingerprint smudges. Also, with no moving parts, no front coatings, and mounted optics/transducers (unlike all other touch technologies) – projected capacitive touchscreens should last for the lifetime of the device or system…. especially when carefully selected and designed to meet the application requirements.
Similarly, in the unlikely event that a capacitive touchscreen is scratched, it should still continue to function as normal unless the rear-mounted conductive matrix is damaged. This is because it continues to measure changes in the generated electrical field irrespective of such damage.
One of the main reasons the technology has been so successful in consumer electronics and now in commercial/industrial applications is because it is highly sensitive touch technology, and yet will only react to a finger or conductive stylus (meaning ‘false touches’ are unlikely). Resistive touchscreens require considerably more pressure than a capacitive touchscreen and optical or acoustic-based touchscreens can be affected by inanimate objects touching the screen (rain, leaves, neckties, cuffs, etc.)
3) Image Clarity
As projected capacitive touch screens are generally produced from clear, uncoated glass, with a matrix of microscopic conductors on the rear face, they generally provide a higher quality picture than most other touch technologies. This makes capacitive screens a good choice for the latest high definition and now, FHD and OLED displays.