TSC2003IPWR - 

Resistive Touch Screen IC, I2C, Serial Interface, 12 bit Resolution, 2.7 V to 5.25 V, TSSOP-16


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The TSC2003IPWR is a 4-wire resistive Touch Screen Controller features direct measurement of two batteries, two auxiliary analog inputs, temperature measurement and touch pressure measurement. The TSC2003 has an on-chip 2.5V reference that can be utilized for the auxiliary inputs, battery monitors and temperature-measurement modes. The reference can also be powered down when not used to conserve power. The internal reference will operate down to 2.7V supply voltage while monitoring the battery voltage from 0.5 to 6V.
  • On-chip temperature measurement
  • Touch-pressure measurement
  • Auto power down
  • Green product and no Sb/Br


Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Communications & Networking, Imaging, Video & Vision

Product Information

I2C, Serial
Cut Tape
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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