Products give engineers a way to quickly add an interface to medical or industrial products that demand long-term availability. New off-the-shelf modules offer proven hardware and full software support to speed development and reduce production risk.
Fremont, CA May 5, 2016 — Reach Technology, Inc. today announced two new Linux Touchscreen (linuxtouchscreen.com) 5.7” modules that help engineers add user interfaces with scrolling, sliding, transparencies, 3D graphics, and animations. Like all Reach products, these modules are designed for long-term availability with a 10+ year processor life and a multi-sourced, industry standard LCD form factor.
The 5.7” Standard Resistive Display Module (Product Part: 51-0406-181) and 5.7″ Standard PCAP Display Module (Product Part: 51-0406-191ES) use VGA (640×480) LCDs with LED backlight and come with integrated touch. Both use the G2H2 controller which is powered by a Freescale i.MX 6 Industrial ARM9, 1.0 Ghz Processor with a hardware video decoder and 3D graphics engine and offer a wealth of I/O interfaces to connect to medical or industrial products: a 10/100/1000 Mbps Base-T Ethernet which features a low profile Molex Pico-SPOX connector, one RS232 serial port, one USB 2.0 host port, one USB 2.0 on-the-go host/device Port, and an 8-bit GPIO port. Modules come with a dedicated Linux console port, 512 MB DDR3 DRAM onboard, 512 MB NAND Flash / 16 MB NOR Flash, Micro SD Flash card socket, backlight brightness control, and audio codec with an onboard beeper. It can be powered by an input 5V DC.
5.7″ Standard PCAP Display Module (Product Part: 51-0406-191ES)
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QT Creator (drag-and-drop), GTK/X11, and others. More
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Full Support: Get over prototype hurdles and move smoothly into production. ESD and EMC test results are provided to ease regulatory compliance testing More
Reach gives a jump start to companies adding a touchscreen or display to their product. The company offers display modules to get touchscreen displays up-and-running fast in prototypes and smoothly in production, offering products with 5-7 years availability as a minimum. Learn more at www.reachtech.com. The company’s new Linux Touchscreen modules with advanced capabilities can be found at linuxtouchscreen.com.