Grayhill Touch Encoder Development Kit | New Product Brief
Grayhill’s TE Series Touch Encoder Development Kit provides users an intuitive interface with tap, swipe, and turn capabilities, allowing designers to save space and replace multiple input devices, such as switches, keypads, pushbuttons, and displays.
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Grayhill Touch Encoder Development Kit
Grayhill’s TE Series Touch Encoder Development Kit provides users an intuitive interface with tap, swipe, and turn capabilities, allowing designers to save space and replace multiple input devices, such as switches, keypads, pushbuttons, and displays. The TE Series is IP67 rated, has high impact strength and chemical resistance, and it has a 320x300 touchscreen display compatible with gloved touch, making it suitable for use in medical, industrial, and off-highway applications. 32 MB of internal memory can store hundreds of screens, PNG, and JPEG images, with a library of configurable widgets and a tablet-based development platform to easily customize the TE series Touch Encoder to any application. The encoder is rated for 1 million cycles, and USB or CAN J1939 interfaces are available for host communication.
- Knob: 304 stainless steel, optional black chrome finish or silicone grip
- Robust: Sealed to IP67, high impact strength, chemical resistant
- Touchscreen: 320x300 PCAP, compatible with work and latex gloves
- Internal Memory: 32 MB
- Rotational Life: 1,000,000 cycles
- Interfaces: USB 2.0 FS or CAN J1939
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