F990SliderEK

MSRP $29.00

C8051F99x Capacitive Touch Slider Development Kit

The C8051F99x MCUs combine the industry-leading low power technology of the C8051F99x family with the fast and accurate capacitive touch sensing features of the patent-pending capacitance to digital converter (CDC). Silicon Labs' F990SliderEK Evaluation Kit is a battery-powered capacitive sensing slider board that can be used to demonstrate several key features of the C8051F99x ultra-low-power microcontroller:

  • Wake-on-slide – No off switch! Ultra-low-power wake-on-touch.
  • Slider control – Allows multiple capacitive sensing pads to be bound together to form a slider control.
  • Gesture recognition – Events enable the ability to detect gestures, such as a “pinch”, on the slider. In this system, the “pinch” gesture is used to switch amongst different modes: slider demo, battery meter, and LED dimmer.
  • Battery meter – Using the C8051F990’s 12-bit ADC, the system is able to measure the battery voltage and displays the remaining voltage level.
  • LED dimmer – The system dynamically reduces LED power consumption by driving the LEDs with a PWM signal. Taking advantage of the fast 2 μs wake-up time, the MCU can efficiently wake up from sleep, adjust the state of the LED, and go back to sleep.
  • Tiny layout with few discrete components – Save the cost of crystal, resistors, capacitors, and board space.

MSRP $29.00

 

The F990SliderEK includes:

  • F990Slider-EB demonstration board with battery
  • F990SliderEK Quick Start Guide

The F990SliderEK Download Package includes:

  • Quick Start Guide
  • User’s Guide
  • Schematic
  • Printed-circuit board files
  • Firmware

Step 1: Download and Install Simplicity Studio

Get up and running quickly with precompiled demos, application notes, and examples. Use advanced tools including energy profiling to optimize your MCU application. Choose your software package below.

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