Touch International Releases 24-Inch Open Frame Touch Monitor
New addition to OFM Series touch monitors features multi-touch screen, HD resolution, multiple video inputs, powder coated housing, and endless customization options.
Austin, Texas – September 2016 – Touch International, a global leader in industrial touch screen and display solutions, has released its 24” open frame touch monitor. The plug-and-play monitor features an optically bonded, multi-touch projected capacitive (PCAP) touch screen, HD display, powder coated steel frame with versatile mounting options, and can be completely customized for any application.
The high-definition 1920×1080 display supports 16.7 million colors with a 3000:1 contrast ratio. Picture quality and product life have been maximized with a full optically bonded multi-touch screen finished off with a polished, chemically-strengthened cover glass and black graphics. HDMI, VGA, and DVI inputs are tucked behind the monitor for simplified integration. Power supply and video cables are included with every order.
The black powder coated steel enclosure provides the fit and finish of a custom product with the strength and durability to protect all components. Two VESA mounting options on the back of the housing and adjustable side mounting flanges further maximize ease of integration into an enclosure, cabinet, console, wall, kiosk or other application.
“This is a drop-in package that’s been designed and manufactured to provide a cost effective, easy to integrate, complete solution.”
The OFM Series open-frame monitors can be customized to fit any application through Touch International’s vertically integrated manufacturing capabilities. Options include sunlight readability, night-vision (NVIS), SBC or media player integration, water resistant and gloved touch, custom cover glass and graphics, touch technology, ruggedization, anti-fingerprint coatings, and more.
“This is a drop-in package that’s been designed and manufactured to provide a cost-effective, easy to integrate complete solution,” said Shaun Detmer, Director of Marketing at Touch International. “For companies looking to customize this monitor, as with any of the OFM Series, we can offer reduced engineering time and cost by leveraging the baseline designs.”
About Touch International
Touch International, headquartered in Austin, Texas, was founded in 2002 by Michael Woolstrum and long-time touch screen veteran, Gary Barrett, the company’s CTO. TI has become a world leader in professional-grade touch screen display manufacturing. The company operates its corporate headquarters and R&D center in Austin, Texas, and its high volume vertically integrated production facility in Shenzhen, China.