|Viewing Direction||All o’clock|
|Viewing Angle Range||85/85/85/85Deg.|
|LCD Active Area (mm)||154.21×85.92|
|LCD Outline Dimension (mm)||165.00×100.00×3.50|
|Touch Points||5 Points|
|Bonding Method||Optical Bonding, Air Bonding|
|Support System||Windows, Android, Linux etc|
|Champs d'application||Industrial Control, Home Automation, Medical Device, Self-service Terminal etc|
A USB capacitive touch screen panel is a type of touch-sensitive display technology that relies on the principles of capacitive sensing to detect touch or input from a user. These panels are designed to be connected to a computer or device via a USB interface, allowing for easy plug-and-play integration into various systems.
Touch Sensitivity: Capacitive touch screens are highly sensitive and offer precise touch input. They can detect the touch of a finger or a special capacitive stylus.
Multi-Touch Support: Many USB capacitive touch screens support multi-touch gestures, enabling functions like pinch-to-zoom and two-finger scrolling.
Durability: They are known for their durability because they have no moving parts that can wear out over time.
Clarity: Capacitive touch screens are typically made of glass, which provides excellent optical clarity and scratch resistance.
No Pressure Required: Unlike resistive touch screens, capacitive screens do not require physical pressure to register a touch, making them more comfortable to use.
Fast Response: USB capacitive touch screens offer fast response times, ensuring that touch interactions are smooth and responsive.
USB capacitive touch screen panels find applications in various industries and devices:
Consumer Electronics: They are commonly used in smartphones, tablets, laptops, and all-in-one computers.
Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems: USB capacitive touch screens are used in cash registers and POS terminals.
Industrial Control Panels: They are employed in industrial settings for machine control, automation, and human-machine interfaces (HMIs).
Interactive Kiosks: Self-service kiosks, information terminals, and ticketing machines often feature capacitive touch screens.
Medical Devices: Capacitive touch panels are used in medical equipment such as patient monitors and diagnostic devices.
Gaming Machines: Arcade games, slot machines, and gaming consoles may use capacitive touch screens for user interfaces.
Digital Signage: They are utilized in interactive digital signage displays for wayfinding, advertising, and information.
Automotive: Some car infotainment systems and in-dash displays use USB capacitive touch screens.
Smart Home Devices: Touch-enabled smart home controls and panels can incorporate capacitive touch screens.
While USB capacitive touch screen technology was well-established, there have been ongoing developments and trends in the field of touch screen technology, including:
Bezel-Less Designs: Bezel-less or edge-to-edge designs have become popular, providing a sleek and modern look to devices.
Gesture Recognition: Enhanced gesture recognition capabilities have been integrated into some touch screens, allowing for more intuitive user interactions.
Integration with Other Technologies: Capacitive touch screens are often integrated with other technologies such as fingerprint sensors and haptic feedback for added functionality.
Larger Sizes: Larger capacitive touch screens are being used in applications like interactive whiteboards and conference room displays.
Privacy Features: Some touch screens incorporate privacy features like screen filters to protect sensitive information.
Improved Durability: Advancements in materials and coatings have improved the durability and scratch resistance of touch screens.