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Part Number: TSC2017EVM
I'm using the and TSC2017EVM and TSC2017EVM-PDK to record a subject finger touch in the MRI room. I need a very low current touch screen controller. I'll place the TSC2017EVM close to touch panel but far from the TSC2017EVM-PDK (USB-MODEVM Interface). I'll use some cables (2-3 m lengths) to plug the 3 connectors in the 2 boards. My question is how far can I place one board from the other to be sure the data can be reading and recording well?
In order to read and record the touch point from the TSC2017EVM, by a PC far from the touch panel, do you have the other solution/suggestion?
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In reply to José Luis:
Thanks José for your answer.
An other question, do you another Touch screen controller for restive panel (4 or 5 wore) with lower current during active period (sensing touch)?
In reply to HardWareAsk:
Finaly I decided to use TSC2017, it works well. I would like to put my PC far from my USB-MODEVM Interface. And I also need 2 modules be electrical isolated. So I'm thinking to use the optical fibre and two modules to convert USB to Fibre optic and Fiber Optic to USB.
Do you have any advice/command or device to suggest?
Whats is the data rates of the USB-MODEVM interface? I didn't find in the TSC2017EVM-PDK user's guide.
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