Coffee machine

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Coffee machine

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Design requirements

Modern coffee machines often require:

  • Efficient and safe control.
  • Accurate sensing for temperature, liquid level, proximity and lid close detection.
  • Robust and attractive HMI for capacitive and inductive touch with metal touch and displays.
  • Wireless connectivity to enable communication with other appliances for a smart kitchen.

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