With these displays, OEMs no longer need to procure individual components, which in turn simpliﬁes the supply chain and reduces design cycles for the display assembly by as much as 90%. Pitched at sectors that include defence, aerospace, medical and general industrial, the new range has been designed to function in environmentally challenging conditions where sunlight readability, vibration resistance, scratch resistance and mechanical strength are needed.
Touchscreen options include the latest projected capacitive (PCAP) and conventional analogue resistive technologies. The former offers all the modern multi-touch controls for pinch, zoom and multi-input conﬁgurations.
To help promote brand awareness, Parker is able to include customer-specific graphics on the front cover glass of PCAP controllers. Furthermore, chemically-strengthened glass (up to 6 mm thick) can be used in high impact applications, while glove touch with latex, nitrile, leather and other types are supported with correct PCAP controller conﬁguration.
Resistive controller options allow for any type of touch to be registered, even heavy gloves in extremely cold environments. In addition, super high bright LCDs are used for sunlight readable applications or when maximum visibility is desired. The Cho-Touch range is available in standard sizes from 4.3 to 12.1”.
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