|Touch Points||5 points|
|Viewing Area (mm)||152.60*86.52|
|Outline Dimension (mm)||200.00*115.00|
|Support System||Windows, Android, Linux etc|
|Application Fields||Industrial Control, Home Automation, Medical Device, Self-service Terminal etc|
Capacitive touch screens are curved or flat glass substrates coated with a transparent metal oxide. A voltage is applied to the corners of the overlay creating a minute uniform electric field. A bare finger draws current from each corner of the electric field, creating a voltage drop that is measured to determine touch location.
There are two main types: surface capacitive and projected capacitive. Surface capacitive panels are durable and often used in industrial applications. Projected capacitive panels are common in consumer devices due to their multi-touch support.
Some capacitive touch panels are water-resistant or waterproof. Additionally, there are glove-friendly versions available with increased sensitivity.
Yes, emerging trends include bezel-less designs, in-cell touch technology, and increased integration of touch panels into curved or flexible displays.
Capacitive touch panels work based on the principle of capacitance. They consist of multiple layers, typically including a glass or plastic surface and a conductive layer beneath it. An electrical charge is applied to the conductive layer. When you touch the screen, it disrupts the electrical field, causing a change in capacitance. The device detects this change and calculates the touch location.