Category Archive: Sensor Solutions

Nov 23

HID-USB-TO-IR-RD (#2) Other Sensing Solutions : Gesture Control via USB


Click On Preview Summary Silicon Labs’ plug and play HID USB to IR reference design demonstrates the ease of use and versatility of the CP2112 USB bridge and Si1143 proximity sensor devices. The HID USB to IR reference design responds to pre-defined touchless swipe gestures (left, right, up and down) using the Si1143 QuickSense™ proximity …

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Nov 22

AS3935-DK Other Sensing Solutions : 40 km Lightning Sensor, 2.4 ~ 5.5V


Click On Preview Summary The AS3935 Franklin Lightning Sensor™ Demoboard is a fully operational handheld lightning sensor which is able to estimate the distance to the head of upcoming storms. Lightning events will trigger the AS3935 demo kit and will be shown on the LCD. The display will show detail information about approaching and departing …

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Nov 21

ATEVK1012A Capacitive Sensing : 1 Button/Proximity Sensor, 1.8~5.5V in


Click On Preview Summary The AT42QT1012 (QT1012) is a single key device featuring a touch on/touch off (toggle) output with a programmable auto switch-off capability. It can also be configured as a proximity sensor. The QT1012 is a digital burst mode charge-transfer (QT™) Sensor designed specifically for touch controls. It includes all hardware and signal …

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Nov 21

E6240 Capacitive Sensing : 24 or 16 Capacitive Buttons, I2C


Click On Preview Summary This kit is designed for the evaluation and development of applications using the QT60160/QT60240 IC. The kit includes an evaluation assembly (E6240 – see Figure 1), cables and QmBtn software. Each E6240 assembly has a serial (USB) interface allowing connection to a computer for control and data viewing via QmBtn computer …

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Nov 20

MCP6V01RD-TCPL Temperature Sensing : Thermocouple Interface


Click On Preview Summary The MCP6V01 Thermocouple Auto-Zeroed Reference Design demonstrates how to measure electromotive force (EMF) voltage at the cold junction of the thermocouple in order to accurately measure temperature at the hot junction. This can be done by using the MCP6V01 auto-zeroed op amp because of its ultra low offset voltage (VOS) and …

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