It can operate as a peripheral to a computer or embedded micro-controller or in a stand-alone capacity. The Touch Potentiometer provides both a dual-channel analog and PWM output for direct control of other circuitry. Configurable analog and PWM transfer functions support a wide variety of applications.
Example code for arduino, circuit ideas and the "tputil" program used to configure the Touch Potentiometer can all be found on my website accessed through the Documentation link.
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