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Dec132012

Projected Capacitive Touch Screens

"Projected capacitive touch screens can be made entirely of plastic, allowing them to be virtually unbreakable and have the flexibility to be contoured or bent. The touch screens are sensitive to cotton or surgical gloves and when the sensing range extended, proximity sensing can be built into the product. These rugged touch screens are immune to most chemicals due to it's typically glass first surface, can operate in extreme temperatures, and can be sealed to meet the requirements for most wash-down and explosive environments. In all, when compared to the price of resistive and surface capacitive touch systems, projected capacitive touch technology is relatively inexpensive."

Read the entire white paper via Touch International

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