TSC2013-Q1 Evaluation Module for Automotive Resistive Touch Screen Controller
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The TSC2013EVM moduluar EVM featuring the TSC2013 a 4-wire dual touch screen controller, is a fully-functional USB powered platform that allows 4-wire resistive touch screen panels to be connected to the USB port of a PC or laptop for evaluation. User control is provided via a powerful, easy-to-use Windows-based GUI.

  • Supported gestures: 2-Finger Zoom In & Out, 2-Finger Rotation and 1-Finger Slick
  • Requires only one USB cable connection to PC 
  • USB connection to PC provides power, control, and streaming data
  • Quick connection points for external control and distribution of digital signals to other circuits/devices
  • Supported with easy-to-use PC software

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User guides (1)
Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 1001 23 Jul 2014
More literature (1)
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PDF 38 02 Jan 2019

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TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
MSP430F2471  16 MHz MCU with 32KB FLASH, 4KB SRAM, Comparator, I2C/SPI/UART, HW Multiplier  Microcontrollers (MCU) 
TSC2013-Q1  1.2V to 3.6V, 12-Bit, Nanopower, 4-Wire Touch Screen Controller  Integrated/special function data converters 

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