The AD7150 evaluation kit is a powerful tool for exploring and evaluating the AD7150 features at many different levels. The board is connected to a PC via a standard USB interface. The PC software allows the graphical display of real-time data, modification of the AD7150 internal settings, and generally assists in understanding the part features and performance.
The MGC3130 is the first product based on Microchip’s GestIC® technology. It is developed as a mixed signal controller. The MGC3130 has one transmit and five very sensitive receive channels that are capable to detect distortions of a transmitted electrical field (E-field) corresponding to capacitive changes in the femtofarad (1fF = 10-15F) range.
The TIDA-00343 reference design offers an HMI solution for harsh and hazardous area applications. The CapTIvate technology in this TI Design allows the operator to interact with the controller without requiring them to open the enclosure, which saves time by avoiding a work permit or plant shutdown.
This kit is for the evaluation and development of applications using the AT42QT1060-MMU ('QT1060') 6 Channel QTouch Integrated Circuit (IC). In this example, the QT1060 is shown working in a battery powered 'Standalone' mode, but can connected to a PC and/or User application by simple modifications/connections to the EVK1060A Evaluation Board.
The AT42QT1012 (QT1012) is a single key device featuring a touch on/touch off (toggle) output with a programmable auto switch-off capability. It can also be configured as a proximity sensor.
The CY3218-CAPEXP1 CapSense® Express™ Evaluation Kit is used to evaluate the CapSense Express device. This kit demonstrates the following features: CapSense buttons, LED drive, digital input, and I2C. The CapSense Express device is configured via a system-level project in PSoC® Designer™. A 16-pin QFN CY8C20110 device is mounted on the board. The board is powered with a AAA battery. A boost conve…
This kit is for the evaluation and development of applications using the AT42QT1040-MMH ('QT1040') 4 Channel QTouch Integrated Circuit (IC). In this example, the QT1040 is shown working on a simple battery powered double-sided PCB. The EVK1040A is configured with 4 capacitive keys behind a 1mm acrylic front panel, where a touch is shown by an LED for each key touched.
The PICDEM Touch Sense 2 Demo Board provides a simple platform for developing a variety of capacitive touch sense applications. Despite a simple and low part-count design, the Touch Sense 2 board shows how to implement USB-enabled touch applications with multiple outputs using a single microcontroller.