Part Number: TAS1020B
I use a 4 wire touch panel with a TSC2017EVM and USB-MODEVM Interface to communicate with a PC. I use the TSC2017 driver. For my device I need to read at each time the x and y data, coordinates. But the driver shows at each time in the graphic form of the touch coordinates, and it saves to a data file(log data), but I can only access to the data file at the end of data logging not at each time. Do you know how I can read this data at any time I need?
In reply to José Luis:
The real time communication is possible with USB-MODEVM Interface and TSC2017 driver?
Do you have the VI model of TSC2017EVM for LabView?
In reply to HardWareAsk:
I'm not sure that the real-time communication is possible. I'm attaching the reference firmware, you can review it in order to find a possible way to make the real-time communication.No, I don't have. We don't have the VI model.
tsc2017 reference firmware.zip
Best RegardsJosé Luis FigueroaApplications Engineer
I need io430.h to run the firmware, it's not included. Could the firmware be run with USB-MODEVM Interface?
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