Touchscreen monitors are LCD monitors designed for industrial use with open frame or enclosed designs and optional touch screen. The touch screen monitor may have either VGA, DVI or HDMI inputs or a combination of inputs and generally have built in speakers.
Touch screen monitors are availalbe from 6in up to 82in with 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios. Other aspect ratios are also available for certain products which fit particular applications.
Touch screen monitors have various metal enclosures suitable for different mounting methods. Open frame monitors are used where they are back mounted and offered up to a bezel. Chassis monitors are fully enclosed monitors which can be wall mounted. Desk top touchscreen monitors are similar to standard PC monitors but include an integrated touchscreen and stronger base. Rack mount monitors are fited into 19in or 23in racks along with servers and other hardware. IP66 and stainless steel monitors are used in tough environments. All of the touchscreen monitors have multiple fixing points and the standard VESA mounting points on the rear panel.
Touch screen monitors can be built with a variety of touch screen technologies including:
* Resistive touchscreens
* Capacitive touchscreens
* Projected capacitance
* Infrared touchscreens
Some applications require the touchscreen monitor to be built to IP66 rating for damp or dusty envuironments. Touch screen monitors can also be built with stainless steel enclosures.
Touchscreen monitors are being used increasingly for various applications where customers and end users need to interact with a service. Some applications of touchscreen monitors include:
* Museum exhibitions
* Interactive displays
* EPOS systems
* Digital signage
* Advertising displays
* Vehicle displays
Please take a look at our standard range of kiosks each of which is designed to create a base layer upon which a wide range of additional options can be included. Kiosks4business approved options include chip & pin, bar code scanner, printers and much more.