Cover glass 3mm
ITO glass 1.1mm
Flexible flat cable L:114.98mm
Finger or conductive pen
≥6H, and 7H 9H options
IIC USB RS233
10 Touch points, others options
DC 1.8 V, 2.8V, 3.2V,5V options
＞20MΩ At DC 25V
＞85% >90% options
II、Capacitive screen manufacturers teach you to identify resistive and capacitive screens
Resistive screen: the resistive screen is operated by pressing. That is, the screen feels the pressure of your finger or stylus, and then accepts the operation. It's the pressure on the screen that creates the current to form the touch.
Capacitive screen: capacitive screen is operated by electrostatic induction. That is to say, the screen feels the static of your finger, and then accepts the operation. Touch sensitive, do not press the screen, support multi-touch, but can only touch with the finger, relative accuracy is not very high.
Capacitance screen manufacturers don't think the difference is capacitive touch stylus is touch screen with your fingers (now have suitable for special stylus capacitive touch), and resistance screen should be handwritten pen or other sharp objects to complete the operation. For example, when you get your phone, take your fingernails or hard objects to touch the screen, as long as you can handle it, it's resistive screen, and vice versa. Capacitive screens in the sun are better than resistive screens. Capacitive touch screen is easy to achieve multi-touch feature (key) resistive screen is point touch, often with touch pen, low sensitivity, capacitive screen is face touch.