PSoC MCUs: Delivering Capacitive-Sensing & Inductive-Sensing for Today’s Embedded Designs
For the past several years, Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) have increasingly become a key application for providing the point of contact between a user and a machine. Technologies such as resistive-sensing were first used to improve the interface between a machine and human but resulted in sub-optimal performance. Responsiveness, false touches, usability, and shorter operating life were issues faced with resistive-sensing.
Optimized for high-performance digital power, motor control and other applications based on advanced algorithms, Microchip's new dsPIC33H family is ideal for system developers working with multiple software teams to design high-end embedded control applications.