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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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(2) Industrial-leading low touch key standby current among the lowest in the world for reduced power load
* 8 touch keys, which employ a capacitive sensing technology.
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Using servo-driven, linear motion and modular components, the Roflo[R] 3's conveying speed and direction are controlled electronically on a touch key pad.
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The SGH-E900 GSM slide-up black handset offers EDGE multimedia technology, a two megapixel camera with 4x flash, video recording and video messaging and a touch key for quick and easy control, Samsung said.
Below the display is the three touch key layout of Return, Home and tasks.
Tenders are invited for Analytical Electronic Weighing Balance Specification: Capacity 220 Grams, Minimum Display 0.1Mg, Repeatability: 0.1 Mg, Pan Dia 91Mm, Operating Temperature 5 To 40 C, Uniblock Type, Touch Type, Touch Key Calibration Internal Calibration And Window Direct Communication Function.
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.
Morse Watchmans has announced the integration of its KeyWatcher Touch Key Management System with AMAG Technologys Symmetry V8.0.2 Access Control System.
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.