|Touch Points||5-10 points|
|Viewing Area (mm)||154.78×86.52|
|Outline Dimension (mm)||164.30×99.40|
|Support System||Windows, Android, Linux etc|
|Application Fields||Industrial Control, Home Automation, Medical Device, Self-service Terminal etc|
Bezel-less Designs: Capacitive touch panels are now integrated seamlessly into edge-to-edge displays, providing a sleek, borderless look in devices.
In-Display Fingerprint Sensors: Some smartphones use capacitive touch panels to embed fingerprint sensors directly into the screen for enhanced security.
Flexible and Curved Screens: Capacitive touch technology is adapting to flexible and curved screens, enabling new form factors and enhanced user experiences.
Advanced Multi-Touch: Capacitive panels are becoming more sensitive, allowing for even more precise multi-touch gestures and improved palm rejection.
Improved Durability: Innovations in materials and coatings make modern capacitive touch panels more durable, scratch-resistant, and resilient to environmental factors.
Smartphones and Tablets、Laptops and Computers、ATMs and Kiosks、Automotive Displays、Gaming Devices、Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems、Medical Devices、Home Appliances、Digital Signage and Industrial Control Panels.
Projected Capacitive (P-CAP) Touch Panels: These are widely used in smartphones and tablets. They consist of a glass panel with a grid of fine, transparent conductive lines. P-CAP panels offer multi-touch support, high sensitivity, and are highly durable.
Surface Capacitive Touch Panels: These panels have a transparent, thin, and highly conductive layer of material (usually indium tin oxide) on the surface of a glass substrate. They are known for their durability and are often used in information kiosks and public displays.
In-Cell and On-Cell Touch Panels: These designs integrate touch sensors directly into the display, reducing thickness and weight. In-cell touch panels place the sensors within the display’s cells, while on-cell designs have sensors on top of the display. They are common in modern smartphones and tablets.
Projected-Grid Capacitive Touch Panels: These panels use a grid of conductive wires embedded in the touch surface. They offer good accuracy and are suitable for larger touchscreens and industrial applications.
Touch Surface: Typically made of glass or a transparent material, it serves as the interface where touch occurs.
Conductive Layers: Under the touch surface, there are conductive layers (often made of indium tin oxide or ITO) that store electrical charge.
Controller/Driver IC: This IC generates and sends an AC signal through the conductive layers.
Sensors: Capacitive sensors monitor the changes in capacitance caused by touch. When a finger or conductive object touches the surface, it disrupts the electric field, altering capacitance at that point.
Microcontroller: It processes data from the sensors and communicates touch coordinates to the device’s software.