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August 28, 2014 - Based on film/film/glass structure, 10.1 in.PCAP Displayuses one film for X axis, another for Y axis, and then cover lens on top of LCD. Unit enables 2 fingers for 6 mm cover lenses, 2 fingers for 3 mm cover lenses, and 4 fingers for cover lenses equal toor less than 2 mm thick. Operating frompower supply voltage of 2.7–3.3 Vwith response time of 35 ms max, displaysupports USB, I2C, and UART interfaces, andhas black film for additional EMI protection.

White 10.1" Multi -Touch Panel with COF Tail and w/o Cover Lenses

Microtips Technology
3504 Lake Lynda Dr., Suite 110
Orlando, FL, 32817

Press release date: August 26, 2014

Microtips Technology is excited to announce our new 10.1” PCAP display. We do have many other options and features; our new line 10.1” PCAP is base on F/F/G structure (film/film/Glass) the ability of using one film layer for the X axis and then another film for the Y axis then the design cover lens is placed on top of the LCD. Our new lines of touch panel enables 2 fingers for 6mm cover lenses, 2 fingers for 3mm cover lenses, 4 fingers for cover lenses equaling or less than 2mm thickness; with either color black or white, furthermore the touch panel displays has an integrations of COF (chip on Flat) to ensure an easy and secure integration for all our new lines of displays, the size of our COF tail is long enough to bend behinds any LCD in the market (we can also customize this if needed). 10.1” Does support the USB, I2C and UART interface has black film for additional EMI protection; you have ability to customize the total of cover lenses including color. Utilizes the EETI controller IC to support most of the OS around

This form of display has the Cover Lens outline dimensions of 283x202 mm, with a sensor active area of 216.96x135.6, including the operation temperature -20 ~ 70 degree Celsius and storage temperature -40 and 80 degrees. The Film dimension of this display is 233.76 x 162mm and sensor maximum active area 223.76 x 142.00 mm. The mechanical characteristic of this sensor technology has a operating life of 10 to the seventh power. Has a power supply voltage between 2.7V ~ 3.3V with a response time of Max 35ms. The COF has the current consumption below 50mA in active mode (50mA *5.2V = 0.26W) one of the important things I would like to point out about the 10.1” touch panel display is the size of the COF, which weigh in at 1.56mm (max thickness). These new lines of PCAP touch panels are a great way to demonstrate our capabilities for bigger touch panel displays.

Quick Features:
Part# RTPC-101W-A (30BP1)
DOT Matrix 10.1 inches
Overall Area 223.76 x 142.00 mm
Active Area 233.76 x 162 mm
Interface USB/I2C/UART
Cover Lenses(dimensions) 283x202
Display Color Available color –black
Temperature ST: -20~60C, OT: -10~50C
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