Birch Technology introduces TFT touch system

Birch Technology is hoping to raise brand awareness and strengthen its commitment to its regional partners as it unveils a number of new products on stand this year. Highlights include its clam design TFT touch system and turbo speed barcode industrial CCD scanner.

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By  Peter Conmy Published  August 30, 2001

Birch Technology is hoping to raise brand awareness and strengthen its commitment to its regional partners as it unveils a number of new products on stand this year. Highlights include its clam design TFT touch system and turbo speed barcode industrial CCD scanner.

The TFT touch system is designed for kiosks, wall-mounting, office or restaurant use while the turbo speed barcode industrial CCD scanner boasts a 200 scans per second speed, PnP device for the Notebook computers, CTS handshaking trigger, remote setting and 200% correction on the poor printing of barcode labels.

In addition, the company will demonstrate its RF module for factory and office access control and the laser-like 12-inch long range CCD. These will be joined by motor-driven card readers and compact sized thermal direct printers for ticket solutions.

With an existing contact base in the Middle East, the company will be looking to establish a distributors network. “Our products are cost-effective [and] we can offer outstanding technical support for total solutions because our people have excellent experience in working with the products as either stand-alone peripherals or integrated into packaged solution,” says Robert Lee, president, Birch Technology.

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