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Anti-Corrosion Industrial Displays
Corrosion is a degradation of materials’ properties caused by chemical reaction with their environments. For example, the corrosion of iron is due to interact by oxygen and water to produce rust.

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Anti-Shock and Vibration Industrial Displays
Following the different demands of anti-shock and vibration in all different kinds of applications, we can provide different grades of shock or vibration standards for our product range. With the choice of high tech materials such as butyl rubber, ENR, high damping silicone and SBR and the right mechanical design, we ensure the compliance of the required testing standards. The keep from the damage from vibration and shock in transportation, suitable packing way is also taken into consideration.

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Auto Media Update Digital Signage
Network Player clients automatically update media playlist and playback schedule according to pre-set time schedule.

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AccuTouch Five-Wire Resistive Industrial Displays
The AccuTouch five-wire resistive touchscreens use a glass panel with a uniform resistive coating. A thick polyester coversheet is tightly suspended over the top of the glass, separated by small, transparent insulating dots. The coversheet has a hard, durable coating on the outer side and a conductive coating on the inner side.

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Learn more about AccuTouch , IntelliTouch Surface Wave Touch , SecureTouch Surface Wave Touch , Surface Capacitive Touch , CarrollTouch Infrared

Analog Industrial Displays
For those small size analog panels, the timing control is a major technology.The Timing Controller serves the gate drivers and source drivers of the LCD. Knowing how to fine tune the timing is the most important factor of the display quality.

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Anti-Glare Industrial Displays
The anti-glare (AG) coated protection glass is a microscopically rough surface laminated onto the topmost of display can diffuse glare. The chemically etched glass that has a slightly textured finish can reduce reflection by scattering light directed on its surface. It can soften the image of direct light sources visible in the reflection of the viewing area.

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Anti-Reflection Industrial Displays
The anti-reflective coatings on the protection glass have excellent performance in tough ambient light conditions. With the normal glass, the strong reflection of the ambient light diminishes visibility and causes problems for viewer. Our special anti-reflective coated protection glass can increase contrast by enhancing light transmission rate over 95% (light reflectance rate less than 5%) and can effectively diminish the mirror images. The multi-layer vapor deposition coating either on one side or two sides of glass is designed to minimize reflectance and maximize transmittance.

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AC/DC Power Converter Units Power Supply
The designation AC/DC refers to equipment that may be operated using either alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) power. This is an older term typically used to describe a certain types of vacuum tube radio or television receivers. Some equipment is inherently able to use either AC or DC, e.g., heating devices or incandescent light bulb although they are not usually identified as “AC/DC” devices.

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Winmate AC/DC Converters

AC(alternating current) Power Supply
In alternating current (AC, also ac) the movement (or flow) of electric charge periodically reverses direction. An electric charge would for instance move forward, then backward, then forward, then backward, over and over again. In direct current (DC), the movement (or flow) of electric charge is only in one direction.

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Winmate AC Power Supply

ARM Embedded Systems
The ARM architecture (previously, the Advanced RISC Machine, and prior to that Acorn RISC Machine) is a 32-bit RISC processor architecture developed by ARM Limited that is widely used in embedded designs. ARM CPUs are dominant in the mobile electronics market. As of 2007, about 98 percent of the more than a billion mobile phones sold each year use at least one ARM CPU
ATX power supply Power Supply
The power distribution specification defined that most of PSU's power should be provided on 5V and 3.3V rails, because most of the electronic components (CPU, RAM, chipset, PCI, AGP and ISA cards) used 5V or 3.3V for power supply. The 12V rail was only used by fans and motors of peripheral devices (HDD, FDD, CD-ROM, etc.).

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Winmate ATX Power Converters

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