The IQS211 offers one self-capacitance channel in a small SOT23-6 package. Proximity wakeup allows for very low power consumption until the user interacts with the product. The outputs can be configured via OTP settings for proximity or movement and touch outputs. The device can operate in standalone, I2C or 1-wire streaming modes.
The world leader in capacitive proximity and touch solutions, today announced the release to market of eight ready to use trackpad modules. The trackpad modules come in a range of shapes and sizes to enable rapid integration into existing or new products. The round and elliptical trackpads are aimed at Bluetooth headset applications. Swipe and tap gestures are used for volume up/down, forward, rewind and play/pause. The square and rectangular trackpads are aimed at remote control, home automation and PC applications.
The IQS360 offers 12 mutual-capacitance channels. Proximity wakeup allows very low power consumption until the user interacts with the product. The IQS360 also has 8 PWM LED drivers to implement fade in/out backlights. The PWM dimming does not require any overhead from the host controller.
Each year designers, students and companies worldwide submit their products to the IDEA competition and this year more than 1,700 entries were submitted. Now marking its 35th anniversary, the competition is considered to be one of the most prestigious in the world with winners being the most innovative and creative designs of the year. This week it was announced that three of Logitech’s products have been honoured with 2015 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA). Keys-To-Go and the MX Master Wireless Mouse each earned a bronze award, while their ConferenceCam Connect received a gold award, marking the second consecutive year of IDEA wins for the company. Azoteq is a proud touch solution provider to both the ConferenceCam Connect and the MX Master mouse.