Touch Sliders With A Softpot + Arduino

You all know the potentiometer, you turn it, and you can read on your arduino where it was turned to. Well 3M makes a product called the softpot that is a linear touch potentiometer. So instead of turning a knob, you touch it. The really nice thing about these is that they are great for prototypes because you can tell where someone touched it. So if you place a piece of paper with some printed buttons over ...

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Cliff knobs – a pleasure to touch

A device with excellent specification, quality components used, …., but a one step is still missing to reach a great overall impression - it is to use a quality and aesthetic control components. Probably you´ll agree, that knobs for potentiometers and encoders belong to a “group of critical components”, determining a resulting look of a device. Company Cliff specializes on development and production of thes ...

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Capacitive Touch Sensor on Arduino

If you ever wanted to integrate touch sensitivity into your project, this board could just do the trick. It's a capacitive touch sensor. These sensors are used in our everyday consumer electronics like notebook trackpads, video game consoles, touchscreens...just to name a few. They work on the principle of alteration of the electrostatic field. The sensor builds up an electrostatic field which will be alter ...

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Induction sensors don’t need a touch, they’re satisfied by proximity

Proximity sensors working on an induction principle are able to detect ferrous and non-ferrous metals very reliably. For those of you, who already work in this field, there´s everything clear for you probably and you know well, that induction sensors are literally one of the keystones for an industrial automation. For all of you, who´re not familiar with these important components yet, we bring this short d ...

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Touch Control Panel using Arduino

Small 4-wire resistive touchscreens are now amazingly cheap: they are produced in such enormous quantities for mobile phones, PDAs, and particularly handheld games such as the Nintendo DS that they can be bought brand new for under US$10. Larger touchscreens are also rapidly falling in price. The popularity of netbooks with screens between 7" and 10" in size has resulted in a healthy market for touchscreens ...

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mSD Shield

mSD Shield description: Shield providing a microSD socket and an optional TFT-touch-Display. mSD Shield specification:   mSD Shield pinout: Note: Pin usage depends on the options fitted to the shield. TFT and/or touch-unit need more pins than just a mSD. D13 SCK D12 MISO D11 MOSI D 9 LCD_LED D 8 LCD_RESET D 7 LCD_CS D 6 ADS_CS D 5 ADS_BUSY (default: NC (jumper open)) D 4 SD_CS (default: D4, can be chan ...

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One Touch Wardrobe using an Arduino

I use Arduino Duemilanove With Motor Driver Shield Microcontroller ATmega168 Operating Voltage 5V Input Voltage (recommended) 7-12V Input Voltage (limits) 6-20V Digital I/O Pins 14 (of which 6 provide PWM output) Analog Input Pins 6 DC Current per I/O Pin 40 mA DC Current for 3.3V Pin 50 mA Flash Memory 16 KB (ATmega168) or 32 KB (ATmega328) of which 2 KB used by bootloader SRAM 1 KB (ATmega168) or 2 KB (AT ...

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2.8″ TFT Color LCD Touch Screen Shield

2.8" TFT Color LCD Touch Screen Shield description: LCD screen with touchscreen interface. 2.8 inch TFT LCD, 320x240 resolution and 65K color. Touch-screen Panel and on-board AD7843 compatible controller. SD card interface in SPI mode, for external mass storage of photos and icons. Arduino library and exmaples of graphic and font routines, touchscreen interface and calibration, and SD card (FAT filesystem) ...

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2.4″ TFT Color LCD Touch Screen Shield

2.4" TFT Color LCD Touch Screen Shield description: LCD screen with touchscreen interface. 2.4" TFT Color LCD Touch Screen Shield specification: 2.4 inch TFT LCD, 320x240 resolution and 65K color. Touch-screen Panel and on-board AD7843 compatible controller. SD card interface in SPI mode, for external mass storage of photos and icons. Arduino library and exmaples of graphic and font routines, touchscreen in ...

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TouchShield Slide

TouchShield Slide description: After talking with several TouchShield Stealth users, I decided to build a bigger and more powerful option, for the folks who want that extra capacity. The TouchShield Slide is a widescreen option that makes full use of the space on the Arduino, maximizing screen space. With 340×240 resolution and a resistive touchscreen, the Slide offers clear, precise viewing and tactile sen ...

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ITDB02 LCD Shield v1.3

ITDB02 LCD Shield v1.3 description: The ITDB02 LCD module is available in several different versions supported by this shield: ITDB02 LCD Shield v1.3 specification: ITDB02-2.4: 2.4", 8-bit with touch sensor. ITDB02-2.4WOT: 2.4", 8-bit without touch sensor. ITDB02-3.2: 3.2", 16-bit. ITDB02 LCD Shield v1.3 pinout: Note: Pins D8 to D13 are jumper selectable betwen SD, Touch and 16 bit mode. Combinations: 1.- 1 ...

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3.2″ Touchscreen Shield

3.2" Touchscreen Shield description: Display time logger application shield. TFT LCD 3.2" touch screen. SD card slot. RTC I2C DS1307. 3.2" Touchscreen Shield specification: TFT LCD 3.2" touch screen. SD card slot. RTC I2C DS1307. 3.2" Touchscreen Shield pinout: Note: A3 is free for use.   For more detail: 3.2" Touchscreen Shield ...

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