The Engineering TouchKit is designed for development engineers to take advantage of projected-capacitive technology.
TouchKit features a plug and play 10.1 in. PCAP touchscreen sensor with a Schurter controller that is based on an EETI chip.The software for the touchscreen and analyzing and evaluating controller data is stored on a USB drive. The TouchKit also comes with a stylus pen that helps the engineer experience the functions of the touchscreen while performing tests with and without the stylus.
The Engineering TouchKit also has multi-touch capabilities and simultaneous operation detection of up to 10 fingers. It also detects palm touch and does not detect it as an operation. The TouchKit is resistant to moisture and can be wet without detecting unintended touch, according to the company. The controller is also designed to switch off the sensor if it is exposed to a large amount of water. The controller is resistant to interference voltages in the form of wave fields up to 10 V/m or wired up to 10 Vrms.