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|IntelliTouch Surface Wave Touch||Industrial Displays|
|The IntelliTouch surface wave is the optical standard of touch. Its pure glass construction provides superior optical performance and makes it the most scratch-resistant technology available. It's nearly impossible to physically "wear out" this touchscreen. IntelliTouch is widely used in kiosk, gaming, and office automation applications and is available for both flat panel and CRT solutions.
|AccuTouch Five-Wire Resistive , CarrollTouch Infrared , SecureTouch Surface Wave Touch , Surface Capacitive Touch , Touch Integration|
|Instant Messages Update||Digital Signage|
|"The management software transfers the instant message to player via network in a very short time in case users need to display urgent message really quick.
The Media Signage temporarily stops the current message and plays the instant message. When the message is done, it returns to the previous message."
|IP (Ingress Protection) ratings||General|
|Source:Rugged PC Review|
|IP (Ingress Protection) ratings are standards for electrical enclosures. The objective of the standard is to classify degrees of protection of electrical equipment in terms of a) protection of the user against access to potentially harmful parts inside the enclosure, b) protection of the electronics inside against foreign objects, and c) protection of the electronics inside against water. In the rugged computing industry, the rating refers to the equipment's ability to permit solids and liquids to penetrate the computer's enclosure. A mobile computer's IP Rating is expressed as a two-digit number (Example: IP-66). The first number designates protection from solids, while the second number designates protection from liquids.
|An inverter is an electrical or electro-mechanical device that converts direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC); the resulting AC can be at any required voltage and frequency with the use of appropriate transformers, switching, and control circuits.|
|Interactive Signage||Digital Signage|
|Contrary to passive signage, this type of display will change and update based on interaction from a user by touching a screen.|
|Inrush current||Power Supply|
|Inrush current or input surge current refers to the maximum, instantaneous input current drawn by an electrical device when first turned on. For example, incandescent light bulbs have high inrush currents until their filaments warm up and their resistance increases. Alternating current electric motors and transformers may draw several times their normal full-load current when first energized, for a few cycles of the input waveform.
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