Engineers tell us getting a display or touchscreen up and running from scratch is time-consuming and expensive. There is a steep learning curve, it takes their focus away from their core competencies, and little changes cause big problems related to maintaining the solution over time. The risk of higher development costs, missed production targets, and maintenance headaches cause them to look for something other than a home-grown solution. Reach off-the-shelf touchscreen modules and enclosed units give engineers a jump start. They see lower development costs, reduced risk, and decreased time-to-market.
Reach offers two product lines whose main differences are hardware and the GUI development process.
|How It Works||Smart Slave to Host Processor:
Details about How It Works.
|Smart Slave to Host Procehttps://linuxtouchscreen.comssor:
|Interface (I/O Options)||
|Display Sizes||4.3”, 5.7″, 7”, 8.4”, 12.1”||4.3”, 5.7”, 7”, 10.1”, 12.1″|
|Touch Type||Resistive and Projected Capacitive options.||Resistive and Projected Capacitive options.|
|Technical Specifications||Compare by Technical Specifications||Compare by Technical Specifications|
|Processor||16/32 bit CISC or 266MHz ARM||i.MX28 or i.MX 6Solo|
|Price||$1692 (4.3” Model: SLCD43R)||$1762 (4.3” Model: G2C1L-R)|
|Controller Board Model||SLCD||G2|
|Family||Generation One (G1)||Generation Two (G2)|
|In Production3||Since 2007||Since 2014|
While our modules are Linux-based – you don’t need to be a Linux developer to use them. More
1 Some modules. 2 Annual production volume of 100 units. 3 Five to seven years availability as a minimum. More about Long Term Supply.
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