Scriptel Corporation Announces Launch of ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — (Via BUSINESS WIRE) — Scriptel Corporation (Scriptel), a global provider of electronic pen and sensor technology, is pleased to announce the launch of the ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad. The ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad allows owners to reduce paper printing, shipping, and storage expenses while increasing efficiency and productivity.

“After years of research and development in signature capture technology, we are very pleased to extend our offerings with the launch of the ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad,” said Winston Powers, Senior VP of Engineering and Development. “Our platform combines the best electronic pen and glass sensor technology to provide a durable device that is both accurate and affordable.”

What separates the ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad is the use of Scriptel’s Static Capacitive Glass and Active Digital Pen technology, which is deployed in nearly 3 million devices worldwide. The primary sensing layer is coated underneath the glass, enabling it to perform in the midst of scratches and debris.

This technology also maintains a high palm rejection rate, allowing unobstructed signature capture when hands or fingers are in contact with the sensor, a feature uncommon in most capacitive digitizers. Designed to exceed 2 million signatures, the ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad’s rugged construction also resists accidents including spills and drops and is tailor made for high traffic deployments.

The ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad comes out of the box supporting Microsoft Word, Excel (2003, 2007, and 2010), Adobe Acrobat (8, 9, and X), and Adobe Reader X. The ST1500U LCD Electronic Signature Pad platform also comes with ScripTouch™ digital signature Software, which captures digital signature images and inserts the signature in documents, web forms, and other applications. Digital signatures can be used for many situations in vast industries including government such as contract execution, waivers, disclosures, and more.