TouchNetix’s touchscreen module targets multi-touch applications in extreme environments

Designed specifically for use in mission critical and high performance applications where conducted EMC is often high, the module complies with the requirements of the EN61000 4-6 Class A EMC specification. Typical end products that experience high levels of conducted EMC and dictate the need for robust environmental performance include kitchen appliances, industrial automation systems and high-end navigation devices. Other applications include point of sale, medical systems, and both factory-fitted and aftermarket automotive electronics.

The Brilliance series of modules have been designed to provide engineers with an easy, fast and straightforward way to incorporate multi-touch touchscreen capability within their design thus speeding time to market.

Up to 16 touch points can be tracked by the sensor, allowing the automatic rejection of unintended touches caused by the users palm or when the sensor area is wiped down. Gesture processing support is also provided allowing developers to design an intuitive and space efficient user interface.

Overall panel dimensions are 269 x 188 mm, with an active touch area of 212 x 159 mm, providing a viewing area of 10.4 inch diagonal and a 4:3 aspect ratio. Overall panel thickness is 2.7 mm including the 2 mm strengthened glass front lens enabling bezel-free industrial designs. Interaction with the host is via either an I2C interface or a USB 2.0 HID interface that provides two methods of communication.


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