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We are NEC authorized distributor for both Tocuh and Non-Touch Desktop and Large Format Monitors.
Touch screens ranging from 17” to 24” are available for integration into desktop display monitors, whereas touch screens ranging from 32” to 55” are available for integration into public display monitors.


 Superior Touch Screens
3M touch screens which use surface capacitive touch technology, have superior optics and are reisitant against contaminants that include dust, liquid and grime. A proprietary hard coat is applied for industry-leading surface protection and anti-glare characteristics are embedded to reduce strain on user’s eyes.
Scratch-resistant top coat is applied over hard coat to improve surface scratch resistance, prolonging the life of a touch screen as well as to create low surface energy which improves dragging/drawing capabilities. Glass panels are printed with 3M's proprietary pattern which supplies current to the four corners of the sensor to generate the uniform, capacitive field for touch accuracy.
3M touch screens which use Dispersive Signal Technology (DST) uses chemically-strengthened glass, while an electrical pattern is printed on the underside of the glass that connects the four corners of the DST touch sensor. Piezos and components are applied to the electrical pattern in each corner of the sensor and as the electrical pattern and piezos are on the underside of the glass, they're protected from damage during integration and make the sensor highly sealable.
  Technology Involved
The 3M touch screens use either Surface capacitive touch technology or Dispersive Signal Technology, delivering the next generation of touch screens.
Surface capacitive touch technology, as seen above, is one of the most established touch interfaces available today. Pioneered by MicroTouch Systems in the mid-1980s, surface capacitive technology is the preferred solution for public-access applications in contaminant-prone environments.


Initial Touch Contact Progressing Dispersion with the Beginning of
Reflection Effects Down
Highly Complex Dispersion Pattern with


Dispersive Signal Technology, as seen above, is 3M’s proprietary implementation of bending wave technology, which 3M has enhanced to optimize real-time touch response for large-screen public-access applications. Dispersive Signal Technology’s theory of operation is based on piezos, mounted in each corner of the glass sensors, collecting and converting the bending wave energy created by a touch into digital signals that are processed by proprietary algorithms residing in the touch controller.


To install your touchscreen driver from your browser, select OPEN (WinZip files will appear). Unzip or extract files to an easy-to-find directory, then select "setup.exe" from the file list to start the installation process.

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