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W7ED Capacitance-Type Touch Sensors

Omron’s W7ED sensors are easy to use and can be easily designed into existing systems

Image of Omron's W7ED Capacitance-Type Touch SensorsOmron’s W7ED touch sensors do not require sensitivity adjustments or design circuits which minimizes development time. These sensors also achieve reliable operation using a touch electrode that changes capacitance depending on the level of touch.

The W7ED touch sensors connect easily as touch electrodes, and touch sensors can be fastened by just using screws. Omron’s sensors are easy to use and can be easily designed into existing systems compared to integrated circuit (IC) touch sensors.

Video: Touch Sensor W7ED – How to set up

Features
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  • Suitable for embedding in equipment
  • Enables touch sensor configurations to be created that suit an application
  • Touch electrodes and touch sensor electrodes can be fastened just using screws
  • No PCBs required to facilitate touch sensor configurations
  • Longer life (no moving parts)
  • Flat, low-profile design
  • Supports 5 VDC to 15 VDC with open-collector output
  • Body-to-electrode static electricity transfers can easily be prevented using FG terminal models
  • Touch electrode design provides design flexibility
  • No pushing force required, allowing for easy universal design
  • Touch electrode design allows for resistance to environmental effects
  • Detect grip and touch without the need for a pushing force
Applications
    Image of Omron's W7ED Sensors - Applications
  • Mechanical switch replacements/alternatives
  • Amusement markets
  • Vending machines
  • Lights
  • Elevators
  • Faucets

W7ED Capacitance-Type Touch Sensors

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable QuantityView Details
TOUCH SENSORW7ED-11FTOUCH SENSOR77 - ImmediateView Details
TOUCH SENSORW7ED-12FTOUCH SENSOR84 - ImmediateView Details
TOUCH SENSORW7ED-11LTOUCH SENSOR90 - ImmediateView Details
TOUCH SENSORW7ED-12LTOUCH SENSOR84 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2019-08-27