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Zytronic ultra large format multi touch projected capacitive touch technologyAt electronica 2012 Zytronic will showcase its newly developed, innovative multi-touch solution, based on its award winning robust Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™).  This solution consists of the new ZXY200 touch controller accompanied by a ruggedized and scalable touch sensor and is capable of supporting 10 simultaneous touch points.

The new Multi Touch PCT™ brings smartphone and tablet-like functionalities to a much wider range of large display formats, used in self-service, public use and industrial applications. It has been designed to be plug and play compatible with Microsoft’s multi-touch capable operating systems – Windows® 7 and the forthcoming Windows® 8 – and can also be used in conjunction with multi-touch application software such as Nuiteq’s Snowflake and Omnivision’s Omnitapps platforms.

Demonstrations of 22-inch, 32-inch and 46-inch versions of the Zytronic Multi Touch PCT™ solution can be viewed at the Zytronic booth 453 in hall A3 from 13 to 16 November at electronica 2012, Munich, Germany.

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About Zytronic

Zytronic designs and manufactures a range of technologies that optimise the performance of electronic display applications.  The company’s principle products include award-winning touchscreen technologies, optical filters for enhanced performance and protection, and special filters to minimise electromagnetic emissions.  In addition, the company can offer complex shaped glass composites for specialised applications.

Zytronic products are used in electronic displays for information kiosks, web phones, ATMs and gaming machines, as well as by military, computer, telecommunications, medical and lighting OEMs, and are available from its network of worldwide distributors.

The company is headquartered at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Blaydon, Tyne & Wear in the UK.  In addition to ISO-approved manufacturing, this facility is responsible for ongoing product development in composite technology and is home to Zytronic’s team of lamination, material science and electronics specialists.

For more company information, visit Zytronic’s web site at www.zytronic.co.uk

Source: Zytronic

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