Introduction to Capacitive Touch Design: Getting Started with Buttons Using MCC

Introduction to Capacitive Touch Design: Getting Started with Buttons Using MCC

This class shows you how to use MPLAB®X, MCC, and the Microchip mTouch libraries produce a simple 2 button capacitive touch interface.

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About this course

Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to use MPLAB®X, MCC, and Microchip mTouch libraries produce a simple 2 button capacitive touch interface running on the PIC18F47Q10 Curiosity Nano board with the Curiosity Nano Touch Adapter and the QT7 touch board. Corresponding LEDs will light when the button is touched.  All knowledge gained in this course will aid attendees in developing applications for their custom hardware.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Syllabus
  • Software Tools Installation
  • Lab Files for Download
  • Hardware Design
  • Introduction to Microchip's Touch Library
  • Getting Started With MCC Tutorial
  • Demo Introduction
  • Creating the Skeleton Project
  • Project Configuration Using MCC
  • Touch Configuration Using MCC
  • Application Callbacks
  • Using Data Visualizer to "See" the Touch
  • Summary
  • Reference Material

About this course

Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to use MPLAB®X, MCC, and Microchip mTouch libraries produce a simple 2 button capacitive touch interface running on the PIC18F47Q10 Curiosity Nano board with the Curiosity Nano Touch Adapter and the QT7 touch board. Corresponding LEDs will light when the button is touched.  All knowledge gained in this course will aid attendees in developing applications for their custom hardware.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Syllabus
  • Software Tools Installation
  • Lab Files for Download
  • Hardware Design
  • Introduction to Microchip's Touch Library
  • Getting Started With MCC Tutorial
  • Demo Introduction
  • Creating the Skeleton Project
  • Project Configuration Using MCC
  • Touch Configuration Using MCC
  • Application Callbacks
  • Using Data Visualizer to "See" the Touch
  • Summary
  • Reference Material