Semtech SX9211 is part of the PerSe Control product line which optimizes user experience in wearable applications. It offers 1-channel sensor to support features such as in-ear/on-wrist control. With ultra-low power consumption and compact footprint, it is an ideal choice for applications such as earbuds, smartwatches or fitness trackers.
- 1-channel capacitive sensor input
- 2.7-3.6V input supply voltage
- Automatic calibration
- Ultra-low power consumption
- 400kHz I2C serial interface
- Operating temperature (-40 °C to +85 °C)
- Compact footprint
- Pb & halogen-free
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