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Proximity and ranging sensors are used to detect and measure distances to objects without physical contact.

Our FlightSense™ Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors can measure the distance to a target to the nearest millimeter with superior accuracy up to 4 meters, independent of the material’s reflectivity, unlike traditional IR proximity sensors. Moreover, their performance is not impaired even when placed behind a protective glass. To enable more advanced applications, our Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors provide features including selectable Regions of Interest (RoIs) that help discriminate target object locations, detect movement and generate depth-maps.

Our FingerTip® capacitive touch controllers provides true multi-touch capability, supporting an unlimited number of simultaneous touches, enabling enhanced multi-touch actions such as pinch-to-zoom as well as support for stylus operations.

ST's proximity, ranging and touch sensors are designed with ultra-low-power architectures and, together with our power management solutions and ultra-low-power STM32 microcontrollers, can help engineers develop challenging battery-operated applications.

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Technical Documentation

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      AN4653
      Cycling endurance and data retention of high density EEPROM based on CMOS F8H process
      1.0
      267.34 KB
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      AN3128
      STM32 embedded graphic objects/touchscreen library
      5.1
      4.3 MB
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      AN4653

      Cycling endurance and data retention of high density EEPROM based on CMOS F8H process

      AN3128

      STM32 embedded graphic objects/touchscreen library

Presentations & Training Material

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      EEPROM 2 Mbit highest density memories 1.0
      2.49 MB
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      EEPROM 2 Mbit highest density memories

Publications and Collaterals

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      EEPROM selection guide 2.0
      843.56 KB
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      EEPROM selection guide

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