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touch sensor

[′təch ‚sen·sər]
(control systems)
A device such as a small, force-sensitive switch that uses contact to generate feedback in robotic systems.
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Operating from three buildings in Blaydon, the firm, which employs around 170 people, develops and manufactures touch sensor products which offer significant durability, environmental stability and optical enhancement benefits.
Part of the RX100 Series, the new MCUs offer a single-chip solution with unique touch sensor IP and leading-edge low-power technologies.
In a trading update, the Gateshead firm said it had seen increased sales of its larger touch sensor products.
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Under this system, Apple works with a physical button related to a touch sensor that can recognize if a user's finger is accessing it.
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ClearOhm material is being used commercially in products by leading brands such as Lenovo, LG (LG V325, a new Windows 8-certified All-in-One PC), NEC, TPK (the world's largest touch sensor manufacturer) and others that are sold worldwide.
The application is for an "integrated touch sensor and solar assembly" that would utilize electrodes that can serve the dual purposes of solar cell and touch sensor.
Conventionally, touchscreens of smart phones and tablet PCs have been triple-layered, consisting of a cover glass, a touch sensor and a display.
LGD and Panasonic used to be suppliers of FPD and touch sensor for Kindle Fire.
Next-generation designs expand the touch sensor technology and potentially could add gesture-recognition technologies.
Customers wanting to use touch sensors can now develop a fingerprint authentication system using ML67Q5250, simply by preparing a touch sensor and the driver software to import the fingerprint image.