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Thread: Finaly a 7" and 10.1" Multi-Touch capacitive touch overlay

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    Gonna try to resurrect this thread and redirect its focus back to the original topic...

    Dave, I am contemplating purchasing the $88 touch screen you referred to earlier (part #MGG0700BI07). I spoke with a Mouser rep, and apparently the touch screen itself is identical with what you purchased (EGG0700BI07), but without any additional accessories (USB cable, Installation CD, etc.). Here is a portion of our chat:

    Tech: the evaluation kit provides all necessary interface boards and some software to allow you to experiment with the touch screen display without actually wiring it into an application
    Me: I see... but the MGG0700BI07 doesn't lack any hardware that is required to get it to work, right?
    Tech: No, but you have to interface it to your particular application.

    What I'm wondering is, how necessary is all the extra stuff that came with the eval kit? Did you have to use the CD and whatnot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRed View Post
    Gonna try to resurrect this thread and redirect its focus back to the original topic...

    Dave, I am contemplating purchasing the $88 touch screen you referred to earlier (part #MGG0700BI07). I spoke with a Mouser rep, and apparently the touch screen itself is identical with what you purchased (EGG0700BI07), but without any additional accessories (USB cable, Installation CD, etc.). Here is a portion of our chat:

    Tech: the evaluation kit provides all necessary interface boards and some software to allow you to experiment with the touch screen display without actually wiring it into an application
    Me: I see... but the MGG0700BI07 doesn't lack any hardware that is required to get it to work, right?
    Tech: No, but you have to interface it to your particular application.

    What I'm wondering is, how necessary is all the extra stuff that came with the eval kit? Did you have to use the CD and whatnot?
    You will need to interface I2C with your PC.
    The 88.00 panel is NOT USB. You can buy an adapter for about 100.00 that will work, but there is a better panel out there for less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    there is a better panel out there for less.
    Care to share? Are you referring to the 3m panel? If so, have you found a vendor which still has them in stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRed View Post
    Care to share? Are you referring to the 3m panel? If so, have you found a vendor which still has them in stock?
    No, not 3m surface capacitive. I am referring to a projected capacitive multi touch panel that is USB, will fit a 7" LCD with no overlap (the Mouser Panjit panel is huge)
    and, considering what it would cost to get the Mouser panel to USB, you will save about 65.00.

    Oh,and XP drivers too

    See the thread over in LCD re: the Samsung Transflective LCD that Rippling Hurst started.

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    Sorry I have been gone for a while, there is a usb only version of the one I got and it is 88$ but they never seen to have any. As far as any of the other parts being usefull, nope they are not just the usb interface and the screen. My only complaint is the size of the border. It would be nice if it wasnt there but its not "huge" either. It is 1/4 of an inch overhang at most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davedave1234 View Post
    My only complaint is the size of the border. It would be nice if it wasnt there but its not "huge" either. It is 1/4 of an inch overhang at most.
    Right, but that "1/4 of an inch " is enough to prevent your panel from fitting in a double DIN frame, or a Lilliput housing like the EBY701, the 629 or 669.

    Mine will fit any display.

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    GOOOD grief 250 for a 10.1.... they are really monopolizing on this ya think? lol hey motorcity do you have any 10.1 capacitive in the 100's

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    Quote Originally Posted by bossman137 View Post
    GOOOD grief 250 for a 10.1.... they are really monopolizing on this ya think? lol hey motorcity do you have any 10.1 capacitive in the 100's
    Sorry, OOS at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bossman137 View Post
    GOOOD grief 250 for a 10.1.... they are really monopolizing on this ya think? lol hey motorcity do you have any 10.1 capacitive in the 100's
    UPDATE: Check my site........

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    UPDATE: Check my site........
    SO you have the 7" in stock?

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