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Zytronic Brings Highly-Reliable, Rugged PCT™ Touch Sensing to OEMKIOSKS’ Multimedia Kiosk

21 October 2015

The IP65 rated NOMYU kiosk is perfect for high and low temperatures and ideal for outdoor and indoor multimedia kiosk applications.

Zytronic, the leading manufacturer and developer of advanced, rugged Projected Capacitive Technology (PCT™) touch screens announces that its 46-inch multi-touch and 42-inch dual-touch sensors have been deployed in the new NOMYU multimedia kiosk from PARTTEAM GROUP & OEMKIOSKS. This versatile, interactive kiosk was developed with seamless operation, reliability and low maintenance costs in mind.

NOMYU kiosks can operate in all-kinds of weather, temperatures and light conditions, indoors and outdoors, ideally suited for applications including digital signage, wayfinding and infotainment. The kiosks are rated to IP65 to protect against dust and moisture, and feature optional air conditioning units. The multi-touch and dual-touch sensors supplied by Zytronic will withstand temperatures from -20 degrees C to up to +55 degrees C, while maintaining a smooth touch response. The 4 mm thermally toughened glass gives protection against rain and dust while the anti-glare treatment and a light transmission of ~ 90% will support readability in high and low ambient light conditions. 

Zytronic’s touch sensors are drift-free and require no recalibration, consequently lowering maintenance time and cost while offering a fast, accurate response time of less than 10ms.  The ZYBRID® PCT touch sensors are controlled by PARTTEAM’s in-built electronic control unit (ECU). It facilitates remote web control and assures that system is operational 24/7.

“Our advanced touch technology coupled with PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS’s design competence provides a cutting-edge kiosk experience with ultra-responsive navigation, and an intuitive user interface while also delivering a clear ROI to service providers,” said Ian Crosby, Sales and Marketing Director, Zytronic.

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