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Interactive Touch Screen Frame

Pro Display’s IR Bezel technology can transform any Projection, LCD or Plasma display into an interactive touch screen.

Our IR Bezel’s consist of a touch frame which can be simply assembled and retro-fit to any existing display. The frame is integrated with a printed circuit board which contains a line of IR-LEDs and photo transistors hidden behind the bezel of the touch frame.

When touch is applied to the screen surface, the X & Y IR light beams are interrupted. The Photo transistors from the X & Y axes detects the IR light beams which have been interrupted and transmits a signal idenitfying the relevant X & Y axes coordinates to the PC.

Our IR Bezel’s are available in standard sizes from 30” to 120” while custom sizes are also available on request. IR Bezel’s come complete with Windows software, USB cable and fixings for permanent or removable installations making them easy to install in a matter of minutes.

The Windows software allows users to perform all Windows mouse actions including drag and drop, right-click and double-click and supports any media type.

IR Bezel’s are the ideal choice of touch screen technology for a range of applications both indoor and out.

Recommended Applications

» Training Rooms
» Boardrooms
» Classrooms
» Retail Displays
» Control Rooms
» Exhibitions / Conferences
» Museums / Visitor Attractions

Standard Features

» Infrared Touch Technology
» Plug and Play USB Connection
» Permanant or Removable Fixings
» Windows XP / Vista Compatible
» Sizes from 30” to 120” (4:3 and 16:9)
» Custom Sizes Available
» Easy to Install
» Supports all Media Types
» Waterproof
» High Stability / Reliability
» Extremely Durable / Scratch Resistant
» No Touch Stylus Required

Technical Specification 

» Activation – Finger or Gloved Hand
» Typical Accuracy – 2.5mm
» Resolution – 16384 x 16384
» Response – 10ms
» Operating Temp -20ºC – 85ºC
» Humidity -20% – 85%
» Interface – USB

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