Industrial OPEN FRAME multi touch saw screen lcd monitor 15" (the Water-proof Type)
Bezel seal standard: NEMA3 and IEC IP65 Long lasting product cycle-enclosure controlled by Keetouch specifications Future generation panels phased-in without external changes High quality panel with high brightness,high contrast ratio and broad viewing angle Multiple mounting options including VESA mount, horizontal or vertical bracket-mount Keetouchs SAW technology on pure glass for the ultimate in image quality Finger or gloved hand operation Dual USB/Serial touch interface port Worldwide agency approvals
Model No. TG4L15MT LCD Type 15"Active matrix TFT-LCD Active Area 12"(304mm) õ 9"(228mm) Suggested Resolution 1024‡768 Support Colors 16.2M Brightness(Typ.) Pure LCD Panel 250cd/m2 With SAW Glass Sensor 225cd/m2 Response Time(Typ.) 8ms Viewing Angle (Typ.at CR 10) Horizontal(left/right) 75`/75` Vertical(up/down) 70`/60` Contrast Ratio(Typ.) 500:1 Video Input Analog RGB Signal Input H/V Separate Sync. (TTL) Video Signal Input Connector Mini D-Sub 15-pin VGA Frequency H/V 30-80KHz / 60-75Hz Power Supply Type: External brick Input (line) voltage: 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz Output voltage/current: 12 volts at 4 amps max Weight N.W/G.W 3Kg / 4.5Kg (Approx.) Power Consumption 30W Max. Series OT, Dust-proof Structure Metal-cased Openframe and Black metal Dust-proof Front Bezel LCD Type Active matrix TFT-LCD Environment Operating Temp. 0~50`C Storage Temp. -20~60`C Operating RH: 20%~80% Storage RH: 10%~90% MTBF 50,000 Hours LCD Back light Life(Typ.) 50,000 Hours Mount Interface 1)VESA 75mm and 100mm 2)Mount bracket, horizontal or vertical (Standard mount brackets are supplied) Touch screen Type Keetouch SAW touch screen sensor Touch System Interface USB and RS232 Touchscreen Durability Scratch-free; More than 50,000,000 touches in one location without failure Touchscreen Surface hardness Mohs' hardness rating of 7 Touch medium finger, gloved fingerrubber soft pen etc. Certificates ETL, FCC, CE, RoHS This technology can effect all the multi-touch gesture action as Microsoft defined. The application of multi-touch in XP should cooperate with the application software at the customer end to match those definition.
1. click and double click. 2. Drag one or two finger up and down. 3. Drag one finger. 4. Press on target and tap using a second finger. 5. Move two fingers apart/toward each other. 6. Move two fingers in opposing directions or using one finger to plvot around another. 7. Tap two fingers at the same time where the target is the midpoint