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App note: Water and condensation safe touch sensing with the NXP capacitive touch sensors

Sunday, July 6th, 2014

  App note (PDF) from NXP on water and condensation resistant capacitive touch sensors. This application note explains the unique auto-calibration feature of the touch sensor family from NXP and provides guidelines for enhanced water and condensation safe operation, focusing on applications with capacitive touch buttons.

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