Zytronic ultra-narrow bezel touch technology resets the standard for interactive video walls

ISE 2018
Amsterdam
6-9 February
Stand 8-M310

Newcastle, UK, 11 January 2018.  Zytronic, a leading manufacturer of durable, customised Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™ and MPCT™) touch sensors is to unveil its new range of multitouch controllers at ISE raising the bar for the design, speed, accuracy and performance of large format touch screens. The new controllers enable touch screens to have ultra-narrow inactive borders, enhancing video wall designs, and also facilitate the improved integration of contactless peripheral systems such as NFC payment (Stand 8-M310).

In response to the growing demand for all-glass fronted narrow touch screen borders, especially in video walls, the new touch controllers to be launched by Zytronic at ISE allow touch sensors to be designed with substantially reduced non-active borders, e.g. less than 10mm on a 55” screen, less than half of the current industry norm.

The new Zytronic controllers are based around a unique and proprietary ASIC and feature a higher noise immunity, allowing technologies such as RFID, NFC and Qi wireless battery charging to be implemented adjacent to or even within the active area without impairing the normal performance of the touch screen. These technologies emit signals which can interfere with the operation of conventional projected capacitive touch screens.

Commenting Ian Crosby, sales and marketing director said, “Zytronic is setting a new standard for touch performance at ISE 2018 enhancing the capabilities of interactive video walls and touch tables. The new controllers enable a host of exciting features, allowing designers to create interfaces that are more exciting and more capable than ever before.”

Enhanced object recognition and other new features of the controller will also be demonstrated at ISE.

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About Zytronic
Zytronic Displays Ltd internationally award-winning touch sensors are used globally in ATMs, digital signage, self-service kiosks and gaming machines as well as by industrial and medical OEMs. The company’s success rests on its patented and highly durable touch sensing technologies, which can be provided in custom designs of 85” and beyond.

In addition to its manufacturing and R&D centre in Newcastle, England, Zytronic has sales offices in Taipei, Tokyo, Austin, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia and a worldwide network of representatives and distributors. For further information please visit http://www.zytronic.co.uk/

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