Contact us: +44 (0) 1942 671122

Contact us: +44 (0) 1942 671122


Site search by Findberry

Almost any device can be enhanced by the addition of a touch-interactive display panel from  a simple touch screen overlay to a full custom assembly, custom glass and / or bezel.

The Process

In general there are two classes of touch screen technology.Resistive technology allows single-point touch and is a low-cost solution.Capacitive touch supports multi-finger touch, and a superior optical performance. Capacitive touch is typically seen in higher-end devices, but reducing costs make this technology accessible in a wider range of devices. Projected capacitive touch (PCT) means that the lightest of touches will evoke a response, and allows the addition of a cover lens in glass or plastic for a more mechanically-robust solution.

Our Role

Many of our TFT modules can be supplied with a touch panel option. Touch screen technology is improving all the time so please contact us for the latest information.Winstar offers two options of Capacitive Touch technology: Glass to Glass (G-G) and Glass-Film-Film (GFF). The major differences are detailed below.

Summary

Plus Opto works with a number of partners to supply fully customised touchscreen and cover lens solutions, including  silk screen printing and a variety of lens materials and  bezels. Please contact our sales desk with your requirements.

               
Comparison GFF GG
Resistance 150Ω 80Ω
Size 2" ˜ 10.1" 2" ˜ 30"
Cost high low
Weight light heavy
Thickness thinner thick
Transmissivity medium 80%˜85% high 85%˜90%
Optical Bonding Need film & film lamination, more complicated process Need glass & glass lamination, complex process
Advantage Technology is relatively mature, helps to reduce the cost during design stage Better transmissivity
Weakness High initial investment costsMore production processes, difficult to improve from optimum yeild rate.
Heavier weight due to using 2pcs glass and glass lamination.