Intrusion HMI Keypad

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Intrusion human machine interface (HMI) keypads act as a central user interface from the user to the home security system. The intrusion HMI keypad is a vital part of the building security landscape. Texas Instruments reference designs help reduce time to market, for example demonstrating TI’s unique inductive sensing capability. Inductive sensing can be used to implement a low cost contactless, multi-button, multi-function keypad.

Intrusion HMI keypads are often expected to last the lifetime of the connected building control system. TI designs demonstrate a variety of methods to help reduce power consumption and prolong the life of the HMI keypad’s components. One example is the Backlight and Smart Lighting Control by Ambient Light and Proximity Sensor Reference Design. This design shows how to easily implement a digital ambient light sensor in order to dynamically adjust backlight brightness. The design also shows how a capacitive proximity sensor can be applied to wake up the system when a user is close.

TIs intrusion HMI keypad solutions also demonstrate how wireless security sensor nodes may be used to provide information to the building security systems. As a result the intrusion HMI can act as a hub to display up-to-date status information about the building’s current security state.

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Product Bulletin (1)

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PDF 65 KB 14 Jun 2017 24743

White Papers (4)

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PDF 1.23 MB 10 Jan 2018 1168
PDF 873 KB 16 Oct 2017 5191
PDF 775 KB 25 Aug 2016 1591
PDF 658 KB 09 Jul 2014 746

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