|Touch Points||10 points|
|Viewing Area (mm)||311.30×176.25|
|Outline Dimension (mm)||334.80×210.00|
|Support System||Windows, Android, Linux etc|
|Application Fields||Industrial Control, Home Automation, Medical Device, Self-service Terminal etc|
Are capacitive touch screens expensive?
Cost-effectiveness is one of the advantages of projected capacitive touch screen technology. Since the top layer is made of glass, it is considered cheaper than resistive touch screen devices.
There is no minimum order quantity for sample orders. The minimum order quantity for bulk order is 100 pieces.
Yes. Sample order can be placed before formal bulk order. There is no MOQ for samples, but charges are required. For standard samples, delivery time is 72 working hours. For customized samples, the delivery time is about 15 working days.
Yes, capacitive touch screens can be tailored to specific industries or applications. Capacitive touch screen technology is versatile and adaptable, making it suitable for a wide range of uses.
Screen Size: Larger screens typically cost more due to the increased material required.
Resolution: Higher resolutions can increase costs, as they demand more advanced manufacturing processes.
Multi-Touch Capability: Capacitive screens with multi-touch functionality are more expensive to produce.
Customization: Tailoring touch screens to specific designs or requirements may add to the cost.
Durability: Enhanced durability features, like shatterproof glass, can increase expenses.
Integration: The complexity of integrating touch screens into devices affects costs.
Supplier and Material Choice: Costs can vary based on the supplier and the materials used.
Volume of Production: Economies of scale can reduce costs for larger production volumes.
R&D and Intellectual Property: Investments in research and proprietary technology can influence pricing.
Market Competition: Market forces and competition can impact touch screen prices.