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DM160211 Digi-Key Microchip Technology Programmers, Development Systems KIT DEV MTOUCH PROJ CAPACITIVE
PIC18F13K22 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided feature the SR Latch mode which supports capacitive sensing applications. In addition to these peripherals, the devices feature several microcontroller monitors that provide for reliable operation including BOR (Brown Out Reset) with software enable, POR (Power On Reset) and an Extended WDT...
dsPIC33EP64MC503 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Comparators: - Op Amp direct connection to the ADC module - Additional dedicated comparator - Programmable references with 32 voltage points for comparators. Charge Time Measurement Unit (CTMU): - Supports mTouch ™ capacitive touch sensing. Timers/Output Compare/Input Capture. 12 general purpose...
PIC24FJ192GB106 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided and full speed(12 Mb/s) operation in host mode - Full speed USB operaton in Device mode - Supports 32 endpoints - On-chip USB transceiver. Peripherals - CTMU supports Capacitive Touch applications - Perpheral Pin Select allows I/O remapping of many peripherals in real time - 4xUART Modules with LIN...
3RG16140LB00 Radwell Siemens Building Technologies Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH CAPACITIVE AC 10MM FLUSH NO C

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  • Software Handling for Capacitive Sensing
    AN1103 Software Handling for Capacitive Sensing Initialization Author: Tom Perme Microchip Technology Inc. To begin, the hardware must be properly initialized. A detailed depiction of the proper settings for the PIC16F88X family is shown in Appendix A: "Register INTRODUCTION Settings
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    Noncontact sensors using capacitive and eddy-current technologies each represent a unique blend of advantages and disadvantages for a variety of applications. This comparison of the two technologies' strengths will help you select the best technology for your application.
  • Sensor Sense: Capacitive Touch Sensors
    Many people mistake the growth in capacitive touch sensors as the adoption of new technology. But the fact is advances in mixed-signal programmable devices, those that combine analog and digital into a single package, have brought back this quite old technology and given it new life. The commercial
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    AN1102 Layout and Physical Design Guidelines for Capacitive Sensing FIGURE 1: EXAMPLE PAD SIZES AND Author: Tom Perme SHAPE Microchip Technology Inc. 0.500 x 0.500 INTRODUCTION (12,7 x 12,7) This application note describes the layout and physical design guidelines used for the capacitive sensing
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    This document identifies key issues experienced by manufacturers of medical/biotechnology equipment regarding handling and detection of liquids with capacitive proximity sensors in particular. It examines concrete sensing/monitoring methods that will improve processes while guaranteeing reliable
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    Interface Design Complexity, Human Interface Process Flow, Methods for Measuring Capacitance, and Why Incorporate Capacitive Sensors in Human Interface Design at All.

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