BU21023GUL-E2 データシート(PDF) 10 Page - Rohm
BU21023GUL-E2 Datasheet(HTML) 10 Page - Rohm
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A resistive touch screen is made up of multiple layers of sandwiched resistive films and protective coatings all sitting on top
of an LCD display. Resistive touch screens work by direct contact of a stylus or a finger flexing a pair of resistive films, hence
any blunt pointing instrument or a gloved finger may be used.
Touch screen resolution
The resolution of a touch screen is typically measured in dots per inch (dpi) and is a function of the physical size of the touch
screen and the ADC used in the conversion circuitry. For example, a 3.5 inch x 5 inch screen used with the BU21023 devices
can provide a theoretical resolution of 1024 /5 = 204 dpi. In the case of resistive touch screens, the direct contact nature of its
operation and finger thickness often impose an upper limit on the effective system resolution that may be achieved,
regardless of the resolution of the ADC itself.
Description of Function
The BU21023 devices connect to a standard 4-wire resistive touch screen on one side and to a HOST processor on the
other side. The BU21023 include the analog and digital circuitry to process and provide dual touch coordinate data and pinch,
spread gesture information to the HOST .
The BU21023 devices include an internal CPU and provide a high degree of programmability by exposing a set of registers
that can be accessed by a HOST through SPI or 2-wire serial interfaces. The IFSEL pin determines whether SPI or 2-wire
serial interface is selected, The BU21023 devices include an INT pin whose polarity can be programmed via registers. When
an interrupt occurs, for example, due to touch detection, the HOST processor is required to read an interrupt status register
to determine the cause of the interrupt and take appropriate action.
The program memory of the internal CPU may be initialized via the HOST interface or via an external EEPROM. This is
selected by a register setting.
The BU21023 devices support two sensing modes; continuous and interval sensing modes, that are register- selectable. In
the continuous sensing mode, the embedded CPU reads Z, X & Y coordinates continuously when a touch is detected. The
interval sensing mode allows a delay to be inserted between each cycle.
The BU21023 devices enable optimization of touch detection threshold for a given screen. They also include several
sophisticated calibration algorithms.
Often, a description of the registers followed by flow charts requires application note to explain the steps in finer detail.
The application note also includes information on touch screen parameters that one should look for when selecting resistive
touch screens for multi-touch.
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