top of page


Frequent Asked Questions


What Does the Electrostatic Protection Level Indicate?

Indicates the product's resistance to electrostatic charges, with specific values like ±4KV, ±8KV, ±16KV, etc.


What Is the Transmittance of G+G and G+F Capacitive Screens?

G+G screens have about 90% transmittance, while G+F screens have about 83%.


What Are the Pin Definitions for Touchscreens?

The meaning of pin assignments in English.


Are Capacitive Screens Compatible With Acrylic Glass?

Materials that can withstand temperatures of 80-90°C without deformation are suitable for bonding, but actual touch performance must be verified.


What Is the Driver Support for EETI/LG Solutions on Android and Linux Systems?

Guidelines for loading drivers and testing touch functionality on these systems.


Do Android and Linux Support Hot-Swapping for Capacitive Screens?

USB interfaces support hot swapping.


What Linux Versions and Touch Points Are Supported?

Linux, being an open system, doesn't have a fixed version or a fixed number of touch points; it depends on the customer's specific version, with kernel 2.6.36 and above supporting up to 10 touch points.


Is 6-Point Touch Supported?

Up to 10 points are supported, but systems fixed to a certain number of touch points may not be adaptable.


What Is the Correct Method for Testing Touchscreens?

Correct testing method involves placing the PCB on the FPC, connecting the USB cable to the PCB, then to the computer, and opening the testing software. After testing, disconnect in reverse order.


What Is the Process for Installing Capacitive Screens?

Refer to the "Installation Precautions" document for details on the installation process and how to avoid potential issues during use.

Get in Touch

We guarantee reply within 24 hours.

bottom of page