Touch screens’ powerful versatility

21.05.2019

RFID touch screen

Idesco Access Touch combines an RFID reader, computer processor and touch screen into the ideal platform for a wide range of identification-based tasks. Its elegant, yet responsive, capacitive screen will robustly support whatever touch-based graphical interface you imagine for your users. Design a rich user experience without ever sacrificing flexibility and features in your planned applications.

Access Touch is frequently chosen for time and attendance, access control, infokiosk and cashless payments applications – and a single unit will seamlessly host multiple applications, supporting door controller, or data display for emergency responders. Individual users’ transponders can be programmed to transact with some or all the applications hosted in a site’s different touch screens, ranging from cafeteria payments, access control, to time and attendance. The range of available interfaces ensures the seamless forwarding of T&A data to payroll for processing. It even supports the display of user-specific transaction messages such as schedule or location changes for meetings.

Two models

Access Touch comes in two sizes: 4.0 offers a 7.4 inch wide screen while Access Touch 4.1 supports an 8.4 inch screen. Both support either Linux or Windows EC7 operating systems and a range of interfaces (including convenient wireless), ensuring a seamless connection to your system.

Best of all, any Idesco RFID module can be integrated into your Access Touch to read a wide range of RFID transponders, depending, of course, on your preferred technology. Learn more about Idesco devices with display, including Access Touch.

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