LNT Automation GmbH founds new Business Unit
innovative approach to control panels on noble glass
No question: Glass operating panels do not only provide ageless elegance, they also express a high level of value. On top of that, glass is insensitive against disinfectants and cleansers and therefore is ideally suited for a multitude of applications, ranging from medical and laboratory equipment across switches for building automation to panels for gastronomy and household applications. Because the electronics is hermetically sealed behind the glass front, this new technology can also be used for electronic shower fittings or for innovative operating concepts in wellness and sanitation.
LNT Automation has developed a special process that enables soldering the electronic components that do the capacitive detection of touch on the back of the glass panel. This does not only conserve resources, it primarily saves space. The required installation depth dwindles to just a few millimetres. Thanks to the short signal paths and the clever thought-through capacitive signal analysis, even the slightest touch of the operating area is recognised dependably. Additional lighting supports intuitive and user-friendly operation.
The glass front of these innovative and classy operating panels can be shaped and designed in any way. Grinded-in haptic guidances for the fingertips can be put into reality as easily as colourful designs and logos. Any further media will no be bothered, neither by the glass panel nor by the electronics.
More information can be found on the web at http://www.lnt-automation.de
LNT Automation GmbH was founded in early 1999 as a sister company to Karl Lumberg GmbH & Co. KG. The focus of the company then was the development of field-bus technology. During the same year, the company also started servicing the industry with equipping PCBs. In October 2006, the company was acquired by the newly-created LNT Automation GmbH in form of an asset deal and then moved into new production premises in Leutenbach-Nellmersbach, 25 km (approx. 15 miles) North-East of Stuttgart.
Today, LNT Automation develops and manufactures customer-specific solutions in electronics.
LNT Automation is a member of the Micro Systems Technology Cluster, Landshut.
Linking enterprises with the reserach centres of the Universities of Applied Sciences is the core task of the Micro Systems Technology Cluster. We are a competent, neutral and independent coordinator specialising in the support of SMEs in order to sustainably strengthen their competitiveness and innovative power by cross-diciplinal cooperation.
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