Currently, there are available on the market several types of touch screen structures. For example, many smartphones and tablets are equipped with projected capacitive touch screens (PCAP). Resistive touch screens, on the other hand, are more common in public space applications like kiosks and vending machines.

Such extended diversity relates to the application requirements. The selection of the most appropriate touch screen depends on the desired functionalities and the environment where it will be mounted.

Examples of touch screen features are:

  • resistance to scratches,
  • high light transmission,
  • resistance to dust and water,
  • immunity to electromagnetic interference,
  • resistance to high and low temperatures,
  • resistance to UV rays.

The table below contains the most popular touch screen structures.

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