Appliances user interface & connectivity modules

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Appliances user interface & connectivity modules

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create an innovative user-interface implementation with low standby power and the highest level of robustness and reliability. Our wireless connectivity capabilities make IoT and smart appliances with more secure communication.

Design requirements:

    Innovation in user interface and connectivity modules often require:

  • Noise-tolerant capacitive touch to replace traditional mechanical buttons.
  • Synchronized red, green, blue, white (RGBW) light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to create various patterns.
  • Ultra-low-power wireless communication with proprietary Sub-1GHz networks as well as common 2.4GHz standards (BLE, Wi-Fi).
  • Two-way audio communication and control with cloud intelligence.

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Technical articles Is a LiFePO4 or Lithium-ion battery better for eCall systems? 25 Oct 2016
Technical articles Eight things to consider when choosing haptic feedback – part 2 18 Aug 2016
Technical articles The D-CAP+™ Modulator: Evaluating the small-signal robustness 15 Nov 2017
Application note Capacitive Touch Through Metal Using MSP430™ MCUs With CapTIvate™ Technology (Rev. A) 05 Apr 2019
Application note Capacitive Touch Through Metal Using MSP430™ MCUs With CapTIvate™ Technology (Rev. A) 05 Apr 2019
Technical articles What is the difference between Code Composer Studio v4 and v5? 01 Nov 2010

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