Freely experiment with projected-capacitive technology

June 21, 2018 //By Julien Happich
Freely experiment with projected-capacitive technology
This month, Schurter is giving away three of its Engineering TouchKits, worth 359 Euros each, for eeNews Europe's readers to win.

Designed for development engineers to experience the advantages of the projected-capacitive technology up close, the kit contains a plug-and-play 10.1" PCAP touchscreen sensor with a Schurter controller based on an EETI chip. With the supplied software on a USB stick, controller data can be analyzed and evaluated, making it easy to set up and perform tests with and without active stylus (a touchscreen stylus is included in the package). The Engineering TouchKit can detects the operation of up to 10 fingers simultaneously. Stylus operation allows for high accuracy and pressure measurement, and palm rejection is also built-in. The touch screen remains operational at low humidity levels, the controller switches off the sensor in the event of large quantities of water. When correctly installed, the touchscreen is immune to interference voltages in the form of wave fields up to 3V/m or wired up to 3 Vrms.

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And last month’s winners are…

In our previous reader offer, Inova Semiconductors was giving away two ISELED evaluation kits for smart digital RGB LED solutions, worth 531 Euros each, for eeNews Europe's readers to win.

Lucky winners Mr F. Dachselt from Germany and Mr F. Milanesi from Italy should be receiving their packages soon. Let's wish them some interesting findings with their projects.


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