Touch International Introduces Stronger Noise Resistance to its MulTI-Touch Controller Line for Rugged Applications

Touch International’s MulTI-Touch Ultra-Thin PCB Controller Line eliminates the need for custom chip-on-flex controllers with its added noise resistance and low-profile design.

Austin, TX – June 5, 2012 – Unveiling the latest upgrade to its MulTI-Touch Projected Capacitive Ultra-Thin PCB Controller Line, Touch International announced at Display Week 2012 that the series now features added noise resistance, making it ideal for rugged applications.

By providing a direct electrical interface between the touch screen flex circuit and the board, Touch International ensures that the product’s connection is mechanically and electrically robust, providing the low-profile and noise resistance of chip-on-flex with the added durability of PCB boards, essentially eliminating the need for custom chip-on-flex electronics.

MulTI-Touch Controller Series

Ultra-Slim Controllers Now With Increased Noise Resistance for Rugged Applications

“We are a little bit like the Subway of touch screens,” says Touch International CEO, Michael Woolstrum. “You pick your features, and we build it. With our new MulTI-Touch Baseline Series, we are often able to reduce the time, energy, and money it typically takes to do a custom build.”

Supporting projected capacitive displays up to 15.6”, with up to 9mm of cover glass, the MulTI-Touch Controller Line gives customers the same design flexibility and customization that Touch International is known for, without high NRE fees.

At Display Week, attendees will see a wide range of touch screen, display enhancement and cover glass components that can be mixed and matched to fit individual projects and requirements, helping to maximize the time and money spent perfecting custom displays.

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About Touch International
Touch International, headquartered in Austin, Texas, was founded in 2002 by Michael Woolstrum and long-time veteran, Gary Barrett, the company’s CTO and has become a world leader in touch screen and EMI filter technology. The company, with its partner DMC, Co. Ltd. in Osaka, Japan, operates eight manufacturing facilities worldwide with 1,200 employees. TI’s China factories manufacture Apple iPhone-type projected capacitive touch screens, resistive sensors and glass filter products used in touch screens, EMI, anti-reflective or anti-vandal filters.