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32-TQFP
IC SENSOR QMATRIX 16CHAN 32TQFP
$9.44000
650 - Immediate
Microchip TechnologyMicrochip Technology
1
427-1107-ND
QMatrix™, QProx™
Tray
ActiveButtonsNoUp to 16-SPI9 b3V ~ 5.25V25mA (Max)-40°C ~ 105°CSurface Mount32-TQFP32-TQFP (7x7)
32-TQFP
IC TOUCH SENSOR 16KEY 32TQFP
$7.58363
0 - Immediate
Microchip TechnologyMicrochip Technology
2,000
Non-Stock
QT60168C-ASGTR-ND
QT60168C-ASGCT-ND
QT60168C-ASGDKR-ND
QMatrix™, QProx™
Tape & Reel (TR)
Cut Tape (CT)
Digi-Reel®
ActiveButtonsNoUp to 16-SPI9 b3V ~ 5.25V25mA (Max)-40°C ~ 105°CSurface Mount32-TQFP32-TQFP (7x7)
32-TQFP
IC SENSOR 16CHAN QMATRIX 32TQFP
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
Microchip TechnologyMicrochip Technology
-
Non-Stock
427-1078-ND
QMatrix™, QProx™
Tray
ObsoleteButtonsNoUp to 16-SPI9 b3V ~ 5.25V25mA (Max)-40°C ~ 105°CSurface Mount32-TQFP32-TQFP (7x7)
32-TQFP
IC SENSOR 24CHAN QMATRIX 32TQFP
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
Microchip TechnologyMicrochip Technology
-
Non-Stock
427-1079-ND
QMatrix™, QProx™
Tray
ObsoleteButtonsNoUp to 24-SPI9 b3V ~ 5.25V25mA (Max)-40°C ~ 105°CSurface Mount32-TQFP32-TQFP (7x7)
32-TQFP
IC SENSOR QMATRIX 24CHAN 32TQFP
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
Microchip TechnologyMicrochip Technology
-
Non-Stock
427-1108-ND
QMatrix™, QProx™
Tray
ObsoleteButtonsNoUp to 24-SPI9 b3V ~ 5.25V25mA (Max)-40°C ~ 105°CSurface Mount32-TQFP32-TQFP (7x7)
32-TQFP
IC TOUCH SENSOR 24KEY 32TQFP
Obsolete
0 - Immediate
Microchip TechnologyMicrochip Technology
-
Non-Stock
QT60248C-ASG-ND
QMatrix™, QProx™
Tray
ObsoleteButtonsNoUp to 24-SPI9 b3V ~ 5.25V25mA (Max)-40°C ~ 105°CSurface Mount32-TQFP32-TQFP (7x7)
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Interface - Sensor, Capacitive Touch


Products in this family provide the analog stimulus and measurement resources needed to operate a capacitance-based touch sensing transducer, and communicate information generated thereby in a format convenient for use with a microcontroller or similar device, such as an I2C or SPI serial interface, UART, or a simple logic signal. They are commonly used for human interface applications.