Grayhill releases new Touch Encoder
Simplifies designs by combining touchscreens, pushbuttons, trackballs and rotary switches.
March 11, 2018 – Grayhill, Inc.’s new Touch Encoder helps off-highway vehicle product development engineers simplify designs for equipment controls.
Combining multiple buttons, trackballs, and switches into one product, the Touch Encoder is a great choice for armrest, dashboard, and marine applications, which benefit from the Touch Encoder’s no-look operation, impact resistance, and CAN-bus interface.
Designers use an intuitive tablet development app that lets them personalize multi-touch gestures, generate images, customize the display, and trigger the logic themselves – without needing a software engineer to configure the device.
Key advantages include:
•No look operation
•Supports multiple configuration options
•Easier and less costly to support multiple languages
•Supports tap, swipe, and rotation gestures
•Consolidates multiple component functionalities
For a first look at the stylish and robust new Touch Encoder, with its vivid high resolution screen, view the video. For additional information on the Touch Encoder, view the datasheet here.
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