NVD PRECI-Touch® Panels Now Offered by ACTRON
View the original article in German on ACTRON’s September Newsletter.
Article Translated to English:
“ACTRON continues to expand its touch portfolio by launching New Vision Display (NVD) PRECI-Touch® products based on market-leading Microchip controllers. These NVD touch panels offer outstanding reliability and performance with over 10 million lifetime touches, multi-touch capability, and greater than 86% transmittance. They use Microchip maxTouch mxT336U controller which provides optimum performance for NVD’s 4.3-inch sensor. The controller has the latest objects that are tunable for application-specific environments. For example, unwanted touch events under the influence of EMC can be filtered through tuning of controller objects. They are also tunable for operation with or without gloves, and can provide support for stylus operations through tuning.
“NVD PRECI-Touch sensors can either be used as a single component or integrated with one of the many ACTRON displays as a whole unit. ACTRON displays with matching active area to the NVD PRECI-Touch sensors can be integrated to the touch sensor/cover lens assembly by either optical bonding or using double-sided adhesive tape on the outer edge of the display. Customer-specific cover lenses can be applied in front of the touch panel. These cover lenses are optically bonded to the touch sensor for optimum touch performance.
“Cover lenses offer perfect protection against dust, dirt, water and other environmental influences such as UV light. Suitable cover lens options are available to withstand aggressive cleaning materials, which are regularly used in medical applications. The surface hardness of the cover lens material can provide long-lasting scratch protection (up to 9H). They can also be customized with the application of optical layers such as anti-glare (AG), anti-reflectance (AR), and anti-fingerprint/oleophobic (AF) which improve visibility in various lighting conditions. Finally, cover lenses can provide the desired ruggedness required to pass the head impact test for automotive environments. The cover glass thickness and added film protection layers are some of the factors that determine the overall impact resistance.
“The diverse design options of cover lenses allow the user to realize their own control panel design. ACTRON will gladly assist you to specify the perfect display, touch panel and cover lens solutions for your application.”