Touch sensors are more reliable and convenient with no moving parts. The two types are infrared which uses IR beams to detect when there is a touch and resistive that exhibits a decrease in resistance with an increase in force applied to the surface of the sensor. The output types are analog, I2C, and USB with a termination style of card edge/solder pad, connector, flex cable, solder tab, and tab.
Sensor Type: The method of how the sensor detects the toch interaction.
Response Time: How long the device take to respond to input stimulus.
Output Type: Describes the method of how the device provides the output.
Termination Style: Describes the shape or standard configuration of a device’s electrical connection(s).
Voltage - Supply: Typically represented by a range, this indicates the low and high voltage limits which one can expect standard operation. Voltages outside this range may damage the device and other system components.
Operating Temperature: Recommended operating temperature, typically given in a range or as a maximum. Exceeding these temperatures may affect performance or damage the device and/or other system components.
|MFR PART #||34-00004|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||1027-1014-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||SENSOR RESISTIVE 3US ANALOG|
|MFR PART #||FSR04BE|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||FSR04BE-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||SENSOR RESISTIVE ANALOG FORCE|
|MFR PART #||NNAMC2090PC01|
|DIGI-KEY PART #||1816-1003-ND|
|DESCRIPTION||SENSOR INFRARED 10MS I2C USB|
The Five Senses of Sensors - Touch
Product Training Modules
mTouch Capacitive Touch Sensing
Neonode Touch Sensors