Touching Brings Screen To Life With Text And Graphics

March 1, 1999

Customizable graphics and text, horizontal and vertical screen scrolling, adaptable serial ports, and flash EPROM for storing multiple screens and large amounts of data are all built into the OP7100, a backlighted touch-screen for use wherever an interactive terminal or man-machine interface is required. The RS-232/RS-485 serial ports can connect with most computer networks or card-reading systems. And the software-controlled backlighting and a wide viewing angle enable the screen to offer a high degree of clarity.The 1/4 VGA (320 x 240-pixel), bezel-mount touch-screen display is programmable using the firm's Dynamic C language. Users can program their own fonts and symbols, and the display can be divided into regions that can be scrolled, have blinking objects, and more. A developer's kit equipped with everything needed for quick installation also is available.

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