Resistive Touch Panels

Fujitsu Components America, San Jose, CA, has released a series of customizable, flush-surface, resistive touch panels with less than half the input force of conventional resistive panels, nearly identical to that of projected capacitive panels. The FID-1300 (4-wire) and FID-1520 (5-wire) series touch panels support a minimum input force of 0.02 N (0.45 typical while maintaining reliable user input and smooth sliding and flicking operations. A variety of implements can be used to activate touch input, including bare skin, gloved fingers, wet fingers, pens, or stylus pens. The FID-1300 is available with two-point input, enlarge/shrink, and rotation operations using a dual-touch control board. Consisting of a film-glass sensor layer with a flush-surface film overlay, the touch panels are dustproof, waterproof, and easy to clean.

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This article first appeared in the June, 2019 issue of Medical Design Briefs Magazine.

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