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touch key

A simulated button or keyboard key that is displayed on a touchscreen. Also called a "soft key." The key is tapped with the finger or stylus for activation. See virtual keyboard and touchscreen.
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The low standby current helps reduce the power consumption load imposed when adding a touch key, which enables capacitive touch capabilities for battery-operated and other portable devices with low power consumption requirements.
8 touch keys, which employ a capacitive sensing technology.
This article now considers the implementation of QT sensing in three common applications: touch keys, sliders and wheel sensors.
The kit is based on Renesas' R8C/3xT-A MCUs, the latest line-up of R8C family devices designed for capacitive touch key applications.
Morse Watchmans has announced the integration of its KeyWatcher Touch Key Management System with AMAG Technologys Symmetry V8.
To start the pairing mode on the Boombox, switch the device on, press the Bluetooth touch key for 6 seconds till it starts flashing alternatively in red and blue.
With the addition of the new RX130 Group, Renesas lineup of touch key MCUs comprises 256 product versions in total, with flash memory capacities ranging from 64 KB to 512 KB and number of pins ranging from 48- to 100-pins.
Feather touch key for manual operation (Vacuum , ETO intel, Air vent, Humidity)
Customers wanting the full, stylish package also have the option to purchase a sleek, ultra-thin, lightweight, low profile wireless keyboard that is equipped with unique, soft touch key technology that delivers a whisper-quiet operation and can even help reduce typing fatigue.
Additionally, with the inclusion of a new Music Hot Touch Key located just below the touch screen, and integrated speaker, consumers can instantly access favorite music features and share the great sound with their friends.
Renesas Electronics Corporation, a premier provider of advanced semiconductor solutions, is expanding the use of touch key in healthcare, building automation and home appliance applications with the new RX113 Group of microcontrollers (MCUs).