MCUs Offer Capacitive Touch and Proximity Sensing

March 12, 2018 Circuit Cellar Staff

Bringing capacitive-sensing capabilities to cost-sensitive applications, Texas Instruments (TI) has announced an expansion of its MSP430 microcontroller (MCU) family with capacitive touch technology. Developers can use the new MSP430FR2512 and MSP430FR2522 MCUs with integrated capacitive touch to add as many … Continue reading

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