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Frequent Asked Questions


What Is the Minimum Edge Distance for Capacitive Screen Silk Screening?

It's possible to achieve the same size as the sensor for customers requesting no-border or minimal-border designs.


What Determines the Lifespan of Capacitive Screens?

The lifespan depends on the quality of the control card. Mechanical testing suggests a lifespan of 30 years for capacitive screens, but control cards typically last 5-7 years, setting the practical lifespan of touchscreens.


What Is the Common Burst Rate and Its Definition?

The common burst rate on the market is 150Hz, which refers to the speed of burst points per second.


How Does Development Issues Relate to Sensor Resistance?

Lower resistance means thicker ITO and clearer development; higher resistance means thinner ITO and less clear development.


How Does Sensor Resistance Affect Capacitive Screen Quality?

Higher sensor resistance can lead to the IC not driving properly, resulting in non-functional touchscreens.


What Is the Relationship Between Sensor Resistance and EMC Certification?

Higher sensor resistance makes it harder to pass EMC certification.


What Are the Differences Between Double-Sided and Single-Sided Wiring?

Double-sided wiring can reduce resistance and make the sensor less visible.


What Do TX and RX Mean?

They refer to the drive and sensing channels, respectively.


What Are the Channel Number and Impedance in Capacitive Screens?

The number of channels refers to the number of drive and sensing channels, and impedance refers to the resistance of each channel.


What Are the Working and Testing Temperature Specifications for Touchscreens?

Normal working temperature is -10 to 60°C, while testing temperature ranges from -40 to 80°C, indicating the operational range for best performance.

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