Capacitive touch controller

  • 23-Apr-2010 04:40 EDT
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Atmel’s AT42QT1110 is an off-the-shelf automotive-qualified capacitive touch controller. According to the company, the device is the first standard product capacitive touch controller in the industry that is fully qualified for the automotive market. Based on the QTouch technology for buttons, sliders, and wheels, the AT42QT1110 is a ready-to-use 11-key capacitive touch controller that meets all device specification requirements for the automotive industry. The controller is suitable for automobile applications such as global positioning systems, window and mirror control, keyless remote entry, and more.

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