The latest innovation from The Cubbison Company provides a solution to capacitive variance issues. Cubbison HSS by AlSentis uses signature-based Touch Recognition Technology that eliminates false or unreliable actuations and helps to deliver engineered HMI solutions that are more reliable in the most challenging environments.
Cubbison is introducing the product at this year’s IDTechEx Show! on Nov. 15-16 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Cubbison HSS eliminates predetermined capacitive set-points to sense exactly when a surface touch occurs, opening the door for a more consistent user experience. This provides a number of benefits, including:
●Full functionality when sprayed with water and zero false triggers.
●No loss of functionality or false triggers while wearing gloves.
●Noise-tolerant; system passes 10V of injected line noise.
●Exact touch functionality even when the capacitive switch is protected by glass or plastic.
●Allows for multiple touch signatures to account for different inputs.
●Touch feel isn’t affected by temperature change.
●Capable of low-power operation without performance loss
●Doesn’t require constant base-lining and counter-measuring.
“Not only does this enable new construction methods and custom user experiences for an improved human machine interface, but end users will benefit from higher yields and reduced downtime,” said Tim Merrifield, Cubbison’s CEO.