AccuTouch Five-Wire Resistive Technology

What is this technology?

The AccuTouch five-wire resistive touchscreens use a glass panel with a uniform resistive coating. A thick polyester coversheet is tightly suspended over the top of the glass, separated by small, transparent insulating dots. The coversheet has a hard, durable coating on the outer side and a conductive coating on the inner side.




How does this technology work?

When the screen is touched, the conductive coating makes electrical contact with the coating on the glass. The voltages produced are the analog representation of the position touched. The controller digitizes these voltages and transmits them to the computer for processing. AccuTouch five-wire technology utilizes the bottom substrate for both X and Y-axis measurements. The flexible coversheet acts only as a voltage-measuring probe. This means the touchscreen will continue working properly even with non-uniformity in the cover sheet's conductive coating. The result is an accurate, durable and reliable touchscreen that offers drift free operation. AccuTouch screens are sealed against contamination and moisture. The coversheet is sealed to the glass substrate with an industrial grade caulk. This prevents wicking of fluid between the coversheet and glass. Also, AccuTouch screens are not air vented, thereby preventing fluid ingress through an air vent.


Technology / Function Diagrams






Benefits

  • Optics and durability of pure glass
  • Works with finger, glove, pen, credit card
  • Resistant to water, dust, grease

Application


Point-of-Sale Solutions

  • Fine Dining
  • Fast Food
  • Hospitality
  • Lottery Terminals
  • General Retail
  • Grocery/Convenience

Industrial Solutions

  • Process Control
  • Food Processing Equipment
  • Man-Machine Interface
  • Office Automation Equipment
  • Automated Testing
  • Automobile Test Equipment

Transportation Solutions

  • In-vehicle Use
  • Baggage Handling