Gloved Touchscreen Solution

Designed to respond to touch even when wearing support gloves, in wet or sweaty conditions, catering to the diverse touch requirements of various industries.

With the continuous advancement of technology, touchscreen technology has become one of the primary means of interaction in modern electronic devices. However, traditional touchscreens may face challenges when users wear gloves, as the gloves can impede sensors’ accurate perception of touch input, affecting the user experience.

To address this issue, the Gloved Touchscreen Solution has emerged. This innovative technology optimizes the design and sensitivity of touchscreen sensors, enabling accurate touch input even when users wear various types of gloves. This solution finds extensive applications in medical, industrial, outdoor, and other fields, enhancing the adaptability and reliability of devices in various environments and weather conditions.


Sensor Optimization

 By increasing the sensitivity range, adjusting the scanning rate, implementing multi-frequency scanning, adaptive calibration, differential capacitance, and other measures, the sensitivity and accuracy of the touchscreen sensor are enhanced. This ensures the recognition and responsiveness of touch input even when wearing gloves.

Multi-layer Technology

Multi-layer technology incorporates special sensor layouts, film techniques, and additional technical layers to enhance the adaptability of the touchscreen to glove touches. This design introduces additional layers on the touchscreen surface, optimizing sensitivity and responsiveness to glove touches, ensuring efficient touch experiences across diverse glove conditions.

Special Touchscreen Materials

Here are some common material choices:

  1. Capacitive Materials: When using capacitive touchscreen technology, it is essential to choose capacitive materials that can effectively interact with gloves. This may include materials with good conductivity to ensure accurate detection of glove touches.

  2. Conductive Fabrics: Some gloves incorporate conductive fabrics for effective communication with touchscreens. Therefore, selecting touchscreen materials sensitive to such fabrics is crucial.

  3. Flexible Films: Using flexible films as the surface material of the touchscreen allows better adaptation to the shape and thickness of gloves, ensuring sensitivity to touch inputs.

  4. Specialized Coatings: Applying specially designed coatings on the touchscreen surface enhances compatibility with gloves, ensuring accurate touch responsiveness.

  5. Scratch-Resistant Materials: Considering that gloves may have different materials and surface characteristics, using scratch-resistant materials helps reduce wear and tear on the touchscreen surface.