Resistive Touch
Resistive Touch

Resistive touchscreen technology works well with almost any stylus-like object, and can also be operated with gloved fingers and bare fingers alike. In some circumstances, this is more desirable than a capacitive touchscreen, which needs a capacitive pointer, such as a bare finger (though some capacitive sensors can detect glove...
Resistive Touch

Resistive touchscreen technology works well with almost any stylus-like object, and can also be operated with gloved fingers and bare fingers alike. In some circumstances, this is more desirable than a capacitive touchscreen, which needs a capacitive pointer, such as a bare finger (though some capacitive sensors can detect gloves and some gloves can work with all capacitive screens).

A resistive touchscreen operated with a stylus will generally offer greater pointing precision than a capacitive touchscreen operated with a finger. Costs are relatively low when compared with active touchscreen technologies, but are also more prone to damage.
 
Resistive Touch Specification:
 
Rating     Voltage     DC 5V (Max 5.5V, 1mA)
Operation Temperature     -30C to +70C
Storage Temperature     -40C to +85C
Optical     Transmittance     80% T @ 550nm (standard gloss)
Electrical     Linearity     Less than 3%
Insulation Resistance     10㏁ or more at DC 25V
Chattering Time     less than 10㎳
Controller     Available for serial / USB / PS2
Reliability     High Temperature Test     240 hours at 85C (RH: 40-50%)
Low Temperature Test     240 hours at -40C
Thermal Shock Test     One cycle is 30min at -40C and then 30min at +85C (200cycles)
Humidity Test     240 hours at +60C, 95% RH
Mechanical     Surface Hardness     4H (JIS-K5400,350gf)
Input Method     Finger, stylus
Durability     Touch life     Touch 1 million Times
(Surface Radius 12.0mm Silicone rubber(Hardness 60˚HS)) (force: 3N, speed: 2cycles/sec)
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