Matters needing attention in the use of Industrial Touch display screen products

- Nov 12, 2019-

  1. The surface of the touch screen is a touch surface, that is, the front of the product; the glass surface is a non-touch surface, that is, the back surface

  2.  of the product, the touch screen part is a glass product, the corner of the glass is sharp, the glove/ finger sleeve operation

  3.  is brought in assembly, the touch screen part is a glass breakable product, Do not exert a strong impact on the touch screen during assembly.

  4.  Avoid directly taking the lead to pick up the liquid crystal display screen and avoid the pulling action on the lead-out line.


  5.  The part of the lead-out wire reinforcement plate cannot be bent.

  6.  There is no folding in any part of the lead-out line.

  7.  The lead-out wire shall be inserted horizontally at the time of assembly, and the insertion shall not be folded in half at the root of the reinforcing plate.

  8.  The product needs to be single-piece operation when taking and placing the product, and the light can be gently placed to avoid the product from colliding with each other to scratch the surface of the product.

  9.  When cleaning the surface of the product, wipe with soft cloth (deer skin) with petroleum ether.

  10. Do not wipe the surface of the touch screen with corrosive organic solvent. Such as industrial alcohol and the like. 

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11. Do not stack the touch screen and use the tray disc. 

12. During assembly design and frame design, please note the following: a. The post of the frame to which the touch screen is fixed shall be outside the crotch area of the touch screen. B. The frame edge shall be outside the operation area of the touch screen, and the frame edge shall not have any pressure action in the operation section. C. It is suggested that the material of the fixed touch screen is a plastic material, and the front part of the touch screen is provided with a soft material. d. Do not apply corrosive adhesive to the surface of the touch screen