Grayhill’s New Touch Encoder Development Kit Simplifies User-Input Devices

Grayhill’s New Touch Encoder Development Kit Simplifies User-Input Devices

LAGRANGE, Ill. – Grayhill Inc. introduced the Touch Encoder Development Kit, which provides product development engineers simplified designs for off-highway markets to replace traditional user-input devices with its tap, swipe, and turn functions.

Designers use an intuitive tablet development app that allows them to personalize multi-touch gestures, generate images, and customize the display. They can also use Trigger Logic, which eliminates the need for a software engineer to configure the device.

This kit features a 320 x 300 high-resolution display and an intuitive tablet-based development platform. The kit also includes customizable standard widgets to support limitless functions. Both USB 2.0 and CAN J1939 communications with the host device are possible. The encoder is IP67 sealed, and it combines multiple devices into one, saving panel space. With a 32-GB memory, the encoder can store hundreds of screens.

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
  • Sealed construction (IP67)
  • Impact Resistant (IK6)
  • 1 million encoder cycles

The Grayhill TE Series Touch Encoder Development Kit is now available on DigiKey and Mouser.

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