Capacitive Touch (mTouch)

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Capacitive Touch (mTouch)

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I have never tried my hand at capacitive touch buttons but I thought I would the other day, only to find a message when compiling that ADC touch wasn't supported or some such :(

As usual I was using the PIC18F26K80 and according to its datasheet it supports Microchip's mTouch functions. Would this be easy to implement as a component in FC?

It would be a very useful tool when designing something very thin and compact where a physical button simply isn't possible.

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Hi hyperion007,
While waiting for an answer on mtouch for V6
if you want to have a play with mtouch have you seen this post?
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Thanks, I had not seen that post. It had a lot of good information that should help me get it to work (hopefully :) )

I downloaded all of your three example files and will go through them over the weekend. It will be good practice as I need to get going on improving my C skills :)

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Your welcome,
and I hope the flowcharts help as well.
Let me know if you get a bit stuck.
I'm not an expert on it, but if I can help I will

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Re: Capacitive Touch (mTouch)

Post by ARM »

Hello,

look at edip touch displays. It is a very nice solution for touch project. Also with capacitve touch.

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