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Configurable display switch uses capacitive touch technology

Stephen Law   

Circuit Protection Electronics Engineering Supply Chain capacitive touch technology

SCHURTER CDS1 switch sized input system uses capacitive touch technology to deliver intuitive operation with the touch of a finger, swipe or rotation on the touchscreen conveniently resembles that of a smartphone, providing users with visual and sophisticated taste. Next generation human-machine interface is plug-and-play – unpack, connect and immediately begin
 using the machine simulator (Windows) provided. Fully configurable, the user decides on the imagery to be used for selection. The selection is then activated with just a swipe of the bright round OLED display. All images, graphics and animations can be loaded to its 4 MB internal mass storage via Micro USB 2.0 interface. Standard machine control communication interfaces I2C, SPI or RS232 are available.


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