What is Tactile Feedback in a Keypad for Input Devices?

Posted on September 16, 2022September 16, 2022Categories Customized Input Devices, Membrane Keypad, TactileTags , , , , ,   Leave a comment on What is Tactile Feedback in a Keypad for Input Devices?

Tactile Keypads are those specially created to provide an indication or feedback to users following the actuation or ‘key press‘. For instance, when a button or key is pressed on a non-tactile keyboard, the user’s fingers press against the visual representation of the button. The users are unaware of the exact moment they activated the button unless there is some visual indication which assures user of receipt of input being recorded. In contrast, a tactile keypad can provide the sensation of a snap … Continue reading “What is Tactile Feedback in a Keypad for Input Devices?”

Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor

Posted on February 1, 2022September 17, 2022Categories Customized Input Devices, Membrane Keypad, Printed Circuit Board, Printed ElectronicsTags , , , ,   Leave a comment on Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor

The difference between a microprocessor and a microcontroller is mainly related to their functionality difference. Based on reliable experience, engineers can differentiate them. But for a newbie, it becomes a daunting task to differentiate, as both microcontroller and microprocessor appear to be the same. Microprocessor and microcontroller are examples of single-chip processors that have aided in the growth of computing technology by increasing reliability and reducing the price in processing. Surprisingly, it appears that microprocessors and microcontrollers share something in common. Both are single-chip integrated circuits that implement computation … Continue reading “Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor”

Untold Differences between the Input and Output Devices

Posted on January 17, 2022September 17, 2022Categories Customized Input Devices, UncategorizedTags , , , ,   Leave a comment on Untold Differences between the Input and Output Devices

In general, input and output devices are considered to be a communication tool which by using specific technology for processing information (like that of a microcontroller) delivers additional information to users. The signals or data that microcontroller receives from the source and is referred to as input, whereas the information and data that are generated in response that are processed in reaction to these inputs and then transmitted to a particular destination is referred to as output. For example, when … Continue reading “Untold Differences between the Input and Output Devices”

Tactile and Non-Tactile Feedback Systems in Customized Input Devices

Posted on November 8, 2021September 19, 2022Categories Customized Input DevicesTags , , ,   Leave a comment on Tactile and Non-Tactile Feedback Systems in Customized Input Devices

Tactile VS Non-Tactile Products Numerous products can be made with a tactile or non-tactile feature. Some particular products can be made in two different ways, while others can be made just a single way or the other. Products, for example, membrane switches can be made utilizing either tactile or non-tactile feedback system. Capacitive touch, Resistive touch, and Force Sensing resistors (FSR) are examples of products that must be made with a non-tactile feature. While every item enjoys its own benefits, … Continue reading “Tactile and Non-Tactile Feedback Systems in Customized Input Devices”