AXEL Lite SOM/AXEL Lite Evaluation Kit/Interfaces and Connectors/Touchscreen
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Touchscreen[edit | edit source]
Description[edit | edit source]
The 4-wire resistive touch controller signals are routed to J50, which is a 4 pin (1mm pitch vertical) ZIF connector for the 4-wires resistive controller.
The touch controller is a TI TSC2003 device, connected to the I²C2 bus (address 0x1001000b).
Signals[edit | edit source]
The following table describes the interface signals:
|Pin#||SOM Pin#||Pin name||Pin function||Pin Notes|
|1||-||TSC_YP||Touch controller Y+|
|2||-||TSC_XP||Touch controller X+|
|3||-||TSC_YM||Touch controller Y-|
|4||-||TSC_XM||Touch controller X-|
Device mapping[edit | edit source]
The device is typically mapped to
/dev/touchscreen0 device in Linux.
The touch controller is attached to the generic Linux input event interface (evdev).
Device usage[edit | edit source]
The simplest tools for touch screen management are the tslib library and ts_tools utilities. To calibrate the touch screen, the
ts_calibrate command line tool is available.
After calibration, the touch screen can be tested using the graphical
ts_test utility or the
ts_print command line tool.