8″ Resistive Touchscreen Monitor
Product Name: 8″ Resistive Touchscreen Monitor
IP Classification: IP40
Display Size: 8″ / 20.3cm
Viewable Area: 16.2cm * 12.2cm (6.377in * 4.803in)
Image Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Max Resolution: 1920 * 1080 pixels
Screen Brightness: 250 candela/m²
Touch Type: Analog Four Wire Resistive
Data Sheet Download: EN_FT08TMB
Experience stunning visuals with the 8″ Resistive Touchscreen Monitor, equipped with a flexible and responsive touch panel for your interactive needs.
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The 7-10" Resistive Touch Monitors from Faytech include a variety of intricate upgrades, such as lockable standard connectors, a special cable channeling rear cover, and mounting frames for machine and wall mount integration. Additionally, thanks to our enhanced controller chipset, each model has a quicker starting and reaction time.
The series maintains a wide range of features, such as LED backlights, a 4-wire resistive touch screen, extra-durable components, an expanded current input (8-36V), VGA+HDMI ports, three video inputs, wall mountability, a premium stand, and an extended temperature range.
Each Touch Monitor is active around-the-clock and comes with Faytech's unconditional assurance that there are no damaged pixels.
These Faytech Touch monitors are the ideal option for a broad range of applications thanks to their high-resolution capabilities (such as 1080p, 19201200 pixels).
You may use them as control panels in the industrial sector, in kiosk systems, as cash monitors or information terminals, for machine control, home automation, wind turbine controls, telematics in transportation systems, and much more.
Potential Use Case Scenarios
Thanks to their high-resolution touch panel, Faytech Resistive Touch Monitors are suitable for a wide range of applications. These include residence automation; streamlining; wind turbine systems control; in a closed-circuit television with video cameras and/or a media center computer; control panels on a production line or in any related industrial applications; in kiosk systems; directories or maps; point of sales; digital signage in the commuter and transport space and much more.
Faytech Resistive Touch Monitors are specially adapted for use in an industrial environment where every inch needs to be optimized. Thanks to the small size of these units and the possibility to attach them to walls with their VESA stands, Faytech Resistive Touch Displays can make your workspace more efficient, while providing all the services that are needed from such a touch device. Especially, the resistive technology used in these touch panels allows users to interact with heavy gloves, a pen, or simply fingers, making the keyboard and mouse unnecessary. In an industrial setting filled with complex machinery, these small-scale devices are a guarantee of safety and efficiency, eliminating the need for superfluous cords, cables, or any other components that would be needed with a non-touch device.
Not only Faytech Resistive Touch Monitors are ideal for use in an industrial setup, but these devices are also a perfect choice for any application in an office setting. Ranging from 7 inch to 19 inch, these displays can easily be placed in a lobby, a corridor, or a conference room, mounted to a wall, or on a stand. In such an environment, these devices can be used to handle inquiries, perform data entry and recall, serve as a Point of Sales system as well as help employees complete routine tasks.
Due to the specific nature of Resistive Touch Screens, which support only single-touch contrary to Capacitive ones, Faytech Resistive Touch Monitors are perfectly suited for several solutions in which multi-touch technology is superfluous or may even be counter-productive.
For instance, Resistive Touch Monitors are an excellent choice for Point of Sales systems, where the cashier usually only needs to perform single-touch actions on the touch display; control board interfaces in industrial spaces; HMI (Human-Machine Interface); in kiosk systems; in medical facilities; research laboratories and clean spaces among others. The use of a Resistive Touch Monitor in these scenarios is explained not only by the single-touch technology but also by the proper functioning of a resistive touch screen. A classic Resistive Touch Screen Panel is made of many layers, with among them two transparent plastic layers separated by a layer of static gases or air. When someone applies pressure on the touch panel, the two plastic layers touch each other and the display will set the right input off, based on the location where the two plastic layers came into contact. Contrary to capacitive touch screens, resistive touch screens do not rely on the capacitance of the human body, which makes it possible to use them, as said before, with gloves or a pen. In turn, this can prove especially useful in dangerous environments where users must protect their hands with gloves. The possibility to use a stylus on the screen also means improved accuracy compared to fingers, which proves essential in many industrial and scientific sectors. Indeed, Resistive Touch Monitors tend to be a better choice in tough environments where accuracy is a must.
What is also induced with such a technology is that Resistive Touch Monitors are sensible to “pressure", while Capacitive Touch Monitors tend to respond to current flows. While it is true that capacitive touch screens tend to be more and more efficient when it comes to resistance to water, Resistive Touch Monitors remain the perfect choice in applications where water drops may be splashed on the screen. When such a splash of water or liquid is susceptible to trigger an unwanted input on a capacitive screen, such an inconvenience is much less likely to happen on a Resistive Touch Monitor. This explains why our Resistive Touch displays are very popular in restaurants (including fast-food restaurants), POS, wet rooms and hospitals. In transportation companies, Resistive Touch Displays are used due to the variety of tasks to perform, including inventory management, order processing checklists, and collecting customers’ signatures, all of that in environments where unwanted interference, including with liquids, can occur.
Entirely rugged and using a firm ABS-plastic housing, our Resistive Touch Monitors are the perfect solution for automobile repair shops, areas in which high-pressure water is being employed, and any other tough application environments. This kind of device is often found in factories, as they are highly resistant to dust, dirt and over impurities thanks to their cable protection with strain relief, along with their Ingress Protection (IP) index 40.
These devices are also commonly used in Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), airports, public and educational settings, and CBL (Computer-Based Learning). For the latter, a resistive touchscreen, which is supposedly easier to operate than a capacitive one because no complex functions are included, is indeed a logical choice. What is more, using such a touchscreen makes it easier to verify whether the learner is focused on the screen or not.
Not only Resistive Touch Monitors can be used in industrial, scientific, and educational spaces, but these devices are also perfectly fitted for the entertainment industries. The most famous example can be found with Nintendo, which made extensive use of Resistive Touch Screens with their WII U, 3DS, and DS game consoles. Nowadays, Resistive Touch screens can also come as a complement to Virtual Reality systems, which is great proof of their versatility.
Faytech Resistive Touch Monitors are available in different sizes, connectors, mountings, and functionalities, making it easier for you to find the perfect device for your specific application. If you consider using Resistive Touch Screens in your organization, do not hesitate to reach out to our experts today. We can provide you with custom-made recommendations based on the use-case scenario in which you intend to use those units.
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