Medical TFT Touch Screen Monitor
Medical tft touch screen monitor We are an expert in touch screen optically bonded with LCD display. Our company supplies touch panel, LCD display and touch screen bonded with LCD display. Product Description Main business: full-size touch screen monitors(from 3.5” to 65”) , medium and large...
Medical tft touch screen monitor
We are an expert in touch screen optically bonded with LCD display. Our company supplies touch panel, LCD display and touch screen bonded with LCD display.
USB& IIC &RS232
TP driving voltage
USB 5V / IIC 3.3
1920(RGB)×1080 , FHD
Main business: full-size touch screen monitors(from 3.5” to 65”) , medium and large size capacitive touch screen, touch display device conversion.
Major customers: Skyworth, TCL, Jiuzhou, Bangyan, Konka, Leybold (HP), NIKO, Weike, Haier, BOE, Texas Instruments and so on.
1. We provide customer service through Skype, phone or email, supply you video or drawing to solve problems.
2. We provide remote control service through internet to achieve real time service, which will short time of solving problems.
3. We have professional engineer to provide customer fast reply.
Q: Can we use our logo?
A: Yes, we will put your logo on as you required.
Q: What is the payment term?
A: T/T 30% in advance, 70% before shipment for touch panel.
T/T 50% in advance, 50% before shipment for bonding display.
Q: How long is the delivery time?
A: 15 to 20 days for touch panel；20 to 25 days for bonding display.
Q: Why display and touch panel bonding?
A: Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) behind a protective glass are difficult to read in bright surroundings, for example in direct sunlight.
This effect can clearly be reduced by bonding the glass cover directly to the LCD. And also makes design looks better.
Q: Bonding process
A: Optical bonding is the process of laminating touch screens, glass or plastic cover lenses, EMI filters, and other display enhancements to an LCD. A layer of adhesive is integrated between the cover layer and display to completely fill the air gap left behind in typical perimeter or gasket bonds. Once the adhesive is cured, the final product has better optical and ruggedization properties.