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Tyco Electronics Adds Second Touch Technology to Interactive Digital Signage Portfolio

Tyco Electronics is expanding its Elo TouchSystems Interactive Digital Signage (IDS) product line with the addition of IntelliTouch and IntelliTouch Plus product technologies.

Elo TouchSystems IDS’ family of large-format, interactive touchcomputer displays were introduced in June 2010. The company says that the additional line of touch technologies will deliver more critical choices to large-format, interactive displays that are specifically designed and manufactured to support public use.
The Elo TouchSystems IDS family now features three sizes of digital signage displays measuring 32-, 42- and 46-inches in both bezel and zero-bezel designs. The portfolio features panel technologies that are scratch resilient protected by a durable steel chassis made from industrial grade components for a long-life of reliable performance.
Optional high-performance integrated computer modules were introduced last year and are compatible with the new IntelliTouch displays. The modules are well suited for running interactive media and are available with a choice of two performance levels. The computer modules are easily installed in field, they slide into a dedicated bay behind the touch display and are locked into place with two thumb screws.
IntelliTouch Plus
IntelliTouch Plus product touch technology allows developers and customers to take advantage of the latest Microsoft platform features and incorporate multi-touch functionality. IntelliTouch Plus product technology overcomes many typical drawbacks of other multi-touch technologies by leveraging three axes of touch information to deliver sensitive, accurate and drift-free recordings of two simultaneous touch locations anywhere on the screen regardless of position.

In additional to the 3200L 32-inch touchcomputer, IntelliTouch Plus product is also available as the 2242L 22- inch open-frame touchmonitor. IntelliTouch Plus product technology is based upon Tyco Electronics’ IntelliTouch surface acoustic wave product technology, which utilizes pure glass construction to deliver stable, precise and vivid imagery via high light transmission and is unaffected by ambient changes. Acoustic Pulse Recognition (APR) touchscreens offer a unique method for sensing touch on a display based on the physical principle of recording the unique characteristics of a sound generated by a touch on a surface and comparing it to pre-measured values. APR technology combines the ultimate in optical qualities, durability, and stability, with excellent dragging properties.

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