Step-by-Step User Guide
Create New Project
Create a new project by clicking the Folder button or from the File menu select New Project.
Select Standalone Project and click Next in the New Project dialog box:
Select the required Device and click Next.
Select the suitable compiler and click Next.
Assign a project name and click Finish.
Load Touch Configurator
Open the Content Manager in the Device Resources tab.
Select the required version of the Touch Library from the dropdown.
Under Device Resources, expand the touch configurator from the Libraries menu and click on the Add button to add the Touch library.
The touch configurator will be loaded on the right side of IDE. A user tour will be initialized to guide the user about the available options inside the touch library.
Add Components and Apply Modifications
Click on the button, slider, wheel, and/or surface to add it to the configuration.
After the addition of the button/slider/wheel/surface, click on the Configure menu to apply different modifications.
Click on the displayed pin to select and assign an alternate set of pins to the selected button/slider/wheel.
Click on the Sensor Parameters to modify the selected button/slider/wheel’s Gain, Delay, Clock etc.
Click on the Common Parameters to modify the selected button/slider/wheel’s Drift Rate, Hold Time etc.
Click on the Driven Shield to enable the Driven Shield Feature and add a dedicated shield pin.
Click on the Boost Mode to enable the Boost mode.
Click on the Frequency Hop to enable Frequency Hop and Frequency Hop tuning.
Click on the Tune Tab to enable the Tuning Data connection.
In order to change the orientation of the surface to match the orientation of the board clicks, any one of the coordinates in the corner of the surface pin’s view.
A popup with the option to switch orientation will be displayed. Select the required option to shift the coordinates and the pins to match the surface orientation of the connected board.
Timer Selection for PIC devices:
In order to import the required timer, change the scan rate from Free Running to Scan Rate in (ms).
After changing the value to Scan Rate in (ms), the dependency selector will be displayed.
ResultsOnce you have finished configuring your project and are ready to export, you can export from MPLAB Xpress to MPLAB X IDE to start writing your application code or you can click on the Make and Program Device Main Project button to build and program the project to the kit.
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