Feature of Anti-Peep Film
Privacy film to prevent prying eyes
The special louver process prevents prying eyes from above and below the screen and from left and right. The film is the easiest and most effective way to prevent visual hacking from potentially dangerous information leakage. It prevents information leakage that can occur when viewing information on the screen in public facilities, business operations, or window operations where many people come and go.
Adjust the viewing angle with micro louvers
The fine micro-louvers prevent prying eyes from the left and right sides of the screen by controlling the direction of light emission only in the front direction. At the same time, incident light from the outside can be suppressed so that the screen can be clearly seen at the front angle.
Examples of Utilization
Anti-bacterial measures plus privacy protection
Category Cases Products used 5-Wire Resistive Touchscreen
Peephole prevention film
Antiviral antibacterial film
Recruitment Industry Medical & Healthcare Uses Self-pay terminals in hospitals Scene Public and Sanitary Environment / Stain Resistance and Antibacterial
The checkout terminal in the hospital. Patients' personal information is displayed during the checkout process. In addition, antibacterial measures are necessary because the terminal is touched by many unspecified people in the hospital.
The resistive method, which is more cost effective, was proposed. Because the number of keystrokes in a certain area ("Check" button) in the operation area increases due to the application, there was a concern about the wear of the film in the upper part of the resistive touch screen, but the 5-wire touch screen was adopted, which does not affect the operation of other parts of the touch screen even if the film is partially worn out. However, the 5-wire touch screen is adopted, which does not affect the operation of other parts of the touch screen even if the film is worn out in parts.
Ideal for Places Like This
For touch panels of industrial equipment requiring confidentiality
For touchscreen terminals that handle customer information and other highly confidential and outside information
For terminals that provide customer service in the medical field.
For touch panels directly operated by customers provided in hospitals and clinics
For touch panels at public sites that are touched by an unspecified number of people
For public touch panels used by everyone, such as libraries, government offices, civic centers, daycare centers, etc.