Resistive touch screens are generally built with two layers of electrically conductive materials (ITO Indium Tin Oxide or ATO Antimony Tin Oxide) separated by insulated dots. When an object touches the device, the two layers come into contact and produce a change in the electrical current for the device to register the signal as an analog touch event. The signal is then transported passed by the circuit and to be converted into a digital signal by the controller enabling the device to compute the exact location of the touch event.
ITO Film <>PET
We offer ITO films of 3H in scratch hardness.Our ITO films come in two specifications: the Anti-Glare (Haze 8%±3%) and Glare (Haze 4%±3%).
ITO Glass<>Glass Substrate
We offer ITO glasses of four varying thicknesses: 0.7mm, 1.1mm, 1.8mm and 2.8mm. In addition, we also offer tempered glass solutions.