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ISE 2023 | lkinor Interactive Touch Screens Revealed

Barcelona, Spain 31 January 2023 – Ikinor is present at ISE 2023 (Integrated System Europe 2013, the largest AV system integration event in the world). Ikinor will also be present in Hall 2, Booth No. : 2V600.

Ikinor is a professional Interactive Display Supplier

Ikinor specializes in education and conferencing touch panels. They drive interactive touchscreens into education and conferencing and provide one-stop OEM/ODM services for interactive touch screens.

Main products

Ikinor’s main products include conference flat panels, education flat panels, smart blackboards and interactive whiteboards.

Bonding technology

Ikinor offers a variety of bonding options to suit unique needs. These include frame bonding and full bonding. Zero bonding, which is a modification to the frame lamination technology that achieves zero gaps between CTP & OC, is the core technology at Ikinor. Full bonding technology was created through the advancement of technology. Full lamination technology is more effective than frame lamination. It eliminates the inter-screen gap and improves the screen’s display.

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Ikinor’s interactive touch screens are displayed in ISE 2023

Ikinor will be exhibiting 3 of its top products at ISE 2023. Industry insiders are expected to learn from Ikinor and Ikinor may also enter into collaboration. The article will then provide an overview of the interactive touch screens.

Product 1 – New Generation Smart Class Interactive Blackboard

Ikinor’s electronic blackboard allows normal writing using normal chalk, dust-free chalk and different liquid pens. The electronic blackboard not only supports chalk writing but also has an interactive touch display. The electronic blackboard combines traditional teaching methods with multimedia teaching to provide a more engaging teaching experience.

Modular design

Smart blackboard’s modular design allows for easy after-sales support and reduces maintenance costs. The entire board’s surface is seamless, and it is larger than similar products.

Multiple typewriting

This modern writing chalkboard features nano-touch technology. It supports 20 touch points and allows users to use their capacitive pen, chalk, or fingers.

Optical bonding

A protective overlay glass is applied directly to the Smart Blackboard’s LCD using optical bonding. The thin layer of adhesive is applied evenly to the LCD. This effectively closes the air gap between overlay glass and display. This process improves optical clarity, protects display from dust and moisture and reduces parallax issues. It also increases resistance to scratching or damage.

Product 2&3 – PCAP Touch and IR Touch Interactive Screen CVT 311D2

Both interactive touch screens have the same product code. This is because their designs are identical, except for the screen technology. The one uses projected capacitive (PCAP), while the other uses infrared technology (IR). How do they differ?

PCAP vs. IR touch

Interactive touch screens that use PCAP technology are not often found. These interactive touch screens tend to be reserved for high-end technology. PCAP uses a conductive grid to connect the LCD panel and protective glass. The panel’s electrostatically charged surface is touched by a finger. This causes the grid’s electromagnetic field to change, which then the LCD panel recognizes as a touchpoint. Capacitive touch allows users to interact simultaneously with the technology.

IR Touch is the most popular technology for commercial interactive touch screens. It is more accurate than other technologies and costs less. Infrared is a combination of infrared emitters and receivers. These emit infrared lights above the display to create an invisible grid. The receiver detects any light fading when a pen, finger or other object touches the display’s surface. The grid pattern allows the interactive touch screen to determine the location of the object, pen or finger on the surface and register it as a touchpoint. Although infrared light can only recognize 40 touch points, large interactive tablets that use infrared technology can detect up to 40. This allows multiple people to interact simultaneously with the display.

Let’s now look at the similarities between these two products.

High-level Android 11 mainboard

The high-end chipset solution in both products is scaleable to 8G RAM and 128G ROM, compared to standard storage of 32G RAM and 4G ROM.

Upgraded audio

Interactive touch screens are equipped with standard 2*15W speakers and optional 60W 2.1 speakers.

Zero bonding

Zero bonding allows users to enjoy a high-quality video with an immersive visual experience.


Ikinor’s PCAP interactive displays and infrared touch are used extensively in smart offices and meeting spaces.

Ikinor has the first high-volume, self-developed full-sized vacuum bonding system. The company also follows a strict quality control system from the raw materials to final products. The company also offers excellent after-sales services to protect customers’ rights and interests.

If you are interested in Ikinor interactive touchscreen, please visit ISE2023 Hall 2, Booth No. Contact Ikinor via its official website or call 2V600

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