When you first load the software, it will perform a ‘pass’, ‘warning’ or ‘fail’ check on system noise levels, controller and sensor operation – enabling you to quickly diagnose any potential issues. This is a time-saving feature both during an initial installation and during any future maintenance checks.
After an initial check, ZyConfig enables semi-automatic modification of touch controller settings. These settings can be applied across a single screen or thousands – benefitting projects of any scale. The tool allows a customised ‘active area’ to be specified, which may be (for example) useful on an outdoor advertising unit where the manufacturer only wants the left hand-side of the screen to be touch-active. In this example, ZyConfig enables you to deactivate part of the screen. You can also manually alter sensitivity to suit your outdoor usage and program in ‘palm rejection’ to avoid false touches.