ROHM's New4-wire Resistive Touch Panel Controller ICs Enhance Touch Sense Operability
Although capacitive touch panels capable of multi-point detection are increasing in popularity, there is still much demand for lower cost resistive touch technology in digital cameras, car navigation systems, and other applications. The resistive touch method typically provides 1-point detection operation using a stylus/pen or for simple button selection. However, ROHM has successfully developed and mass-produced 2-point detection controller ICs that are market-proven and have been widely adopted in automotive applications such as displays for audio and car navigation systems.
Key Features of BU210xx ICs
- Compatible with 4-wire resistive touch panels
- Integrated CPU, capable of 2-point gesture detection
- No external parts are required
- Calibration function absorbs characteristics changes due to temperature, aging, and production variations
- Operation possible while wearing gloves or with fingernails
Availability:The product is available.
ROHM Semiconductor GmbH
ROHM Semiconductor is a global company of 292,4 billion yen (2,98 Billion $) revenue with 20.203 employees in the last fiscal year ending March 2013. ROHM Semiconductor develops and manufactures a very large product range from the Ultra Low Power Microcontroller, Power Management, Standard ICs , SiC Diodes, Mosfets and Modules , Power Transistors and Diodes, LEDs to passives components such as Resistors, Tantalum Capacitors and LED display units, thermal Printheads in state-of-the-art manufacturing plants in Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, China and Europe.
Lapis Semiconductor (former OKI Semiconductor), SiCrystal AG and Kionix are companies of ROHM Group.
ROHM Semiconductor Europe has its head office near Dusseldorf serving the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa). For further information please contact www.rohm.com/eu
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