About MAXVIEW TECHNOLOGY
Surface Acoustic Wave Touchscreens
Surface Acoustic Wave technology is one of the most advanced touch screen types.
It is based on sending acoustic waves across a clear glass panel with a series
of transducers and reflectors. When a finger touches the screen, the waves are
absorbed, causing a touch event to be detected at that point.
the panel is all glass there are no layers that can be worn, giving this
technology the highest durability factor and also the highest clarity. This
technology is recommended for public information kiosks, computer based
training, or other high traffic indoor environments.
- High touch resolution
- Highest image clarity
- All glass panel, no coatings or layers that can
wear out or damage
- Must be touched by finger, gloved hand, or soft-tip
stylus. Something hard like a pen won't work
- Not completely sealable, can be affected by large
amounts of dirt, dust, and / or water in the environment.
Surface Acoustic Wave|
Port or USB Port|
||less than 3
touches at one point|
to 50°C |
Storage: -40°C to 71°C
||Operating: 90% RH
at max 40°C, non-condensing|
||The active area
of the touchscreen is resistant to all chemicals that do not affect glass, such
as: Acetone, Toluene, Methyl ethyl ketone, Isopropyl alcohol, Methyl alcohol,
Ethyl acetate, Ammonia-based glass cleaners, Gasoline, Kerosene, Vinegar
||UL, CE, TUV,
||Windows XP, 2000,
NT, ME, 98, 95, 3.1, DOS, Macintosh OS, Linux, Unix (3rd Party)|