Hard Surface Touch Panels for Mobile Applications by Fujitsu

Hard Surface Touch Panels from FujitsoFujitsu Components announced today the release of their very durable Film-Film touch panels targeted for mobile applications.

With 2x the life of typical Film-Film panels, the plastic touch panels are forty percent lighter than Film-Glass panels, thus they can withstand greater input loads.

Constructed with a bottom layer of shatterproof polycarbonate plastic, the new FID-53X touch panel series are very durable and lightweight.

The input load of the panels is increased by up to fifty percent with the addition of a 4H hard-tap cover film.

The structure of the FID-53X flexible film-film series allows Fujitsu to customize the shape of the panel to a specific application for the customer.

Icons, logos and number can be printed directly on the plastic plate.

The new touch panels feature an extended operating range of minus thirty to sixty degrees C and twenty to ninety percent humidity, in order to effectively address industrial applications.

Some other specifications of the new touch panels include a minimum input life of one million touches. A controller board, a controller IC and a device driver for each of the interfaces are also available.

The FID-53X Series are available immediately, including panels which are ranging from two to seven inches, priced from under ten dollars each in ten thousand piece lots.

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