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How is UICO PCAP Touch Screen Sensor different?


PCAP Touchscreen Sensors

At UICO we design and integrate our own PCAP touch screen sensor, as well as develop our own touch algorithms that achieve the highest performance for the most difficult environments. Our PCAP Touchscreen Sensors solutions are customized and fine-tuned for each application based on the product requirements.

How our custom tuning enhances touch performance:

1. Heavy water exposure (rain, snow, mist, saltwater spray, etc).

  • UICO’s water detection algorithms can detect and compensate for water presence.

  • In the case of heavy outdoor rain or inside your shower bath, our products are maintenance-free and perform flawlessly.

2. Applications where thick gloves are used (outdoor in a cold climate, industrial, recreational, etc).

  • UICO’s products are designed to be operated with a finger, stylus, and cases where thick gloves are present.

  • An advantage of our algorithms is that users don’t need to navigate complicated menus and make adjustments.

  • Our solutions sense these changes and adjust accordingly.

3. Noisy electronics (LCD, Power Supply, RF sources nearby, etc).

  • At UICO, we support and custom-adjust our products to solve any RF (Radio Frequency) emissions or immunity-related problems.

4. Water exposure in combination with conductive materials near the touch sensor (metal bezel,

enclosure, etc).

  • UICO has developed special algorithms to prevent false touches and allow for normal operation in this difficult application. Similarly, to handling noisy electronics, these algorithms are invisible to the final user when implemented properly.

In addition to UICO’s custom tuning, we are a U.S based engineering team that specializes in providing touch solutions with touchscreens ranging in sizes from 1” to 65”.

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To request a virtual demo, please contact UICO directly at sales@uico.com.

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