andersDX helps designers overcome challenges of display-PCAP touchscreen integration

The range consists of display sizes from 4.3” – 15.0” and resolutions from WQVGA – WXGA , including some options with MVA and IPS wide viewing technology. The TFT display is integrated to  a PCAP touch sensor using air gap lamenation techniques with  an optically bonded black border cover lens which further enhances the product’s appearance, providing a flush finish as found in many consumer products.

The PCAP Displays are available with both single and multi-touch (up to five simultaneous touch points on 5.7” and 7”) options and have been designed for easy integration into both existing and new product designs, connecting through an i2C interface and with no recalibration required. Specially designed for rigorous and demanding environments the displays offer high touchscreen durability, high transparency, and overall excellent optical performance.

To enable manufacturers to further close the gap between consumer devices and their task-specific devices whilst promoting their brand identity, these displays can be offered with customised, decorated cover glass or PMMA for enhanced front panel styling, which can include printed logos, cutouts for buttons, speakers, hardbuttons and rounded edges, together with LED illumination.

“It’s amazing how the iPad generation has led so many of our customers to demand a similar look and feel in their medical and industrial devices” said Paul Mullen, Sales Director of andersDX “This range of stunning PCAP displays takes away all the technical and commercial barriers that held back so many product designers in the past”.


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