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Touch screen and track pad solutions for Automotive Infotainment applications | Cypress

Touch screen and track pad solutions for Automotive Infotainment applications

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Design Considerations

When designing truetouch technology into automotive, one needs to adhere to certain best practices and designing standards. Careful attention to every level of detail from PCB/ITO layout to user interface to end-use operating environment will lead to robust and reliable system performance.

Development Kits/Boards


The worldwide leader in capacitive touch technology now brings the power of the Cypress TrueTouch® portfolio to the automotive market. Cypress’s best-in-class automotive touchscreen solutions enable next-generation cars with feature-rich applications for multi-touch touchscreens and trackpads.

Cypress offers unmatched flexibility and the most comprehensive single-chip touchscreen portfolio for the automotive segment.
The Cypress portfolio offers the best touch performance with advanced features and a range of solutions to meet the most challenging design requirements.

  • Mountable on the FPC or directly on the PCB
  • Supports PET or glass based designs with a variety of sensor stackups
  • Supports screen sizes up to 11.6 inches
  • Wide operating voltage range

Recommended MPNs: CY8CTMA120-56LFXA, CY8CTMG120-56LFXA, CY8CTMA616AA-12, CY8CTMA616AA-13, CY8CTMA616AE-12, CY8CTMA616AE-13, CY8CTMA884AA-12, CY8CTMA884AA-13, CY8CTMA884AE-12, CY8CTMA884AE-13

The Complete automotive portfolio can be found in the  Automotive Product Selector Guide

Software and Drivers

  • PSoC Creator

    PSoC Creator is a state-of-the-art software development IDE combined with a revolutionary graphical design editor to form a uniquely powerful hardware/software co-design environment.

  • PSoC Designer

    PSoC Designer is the revolutionary Integrated Design Environment (IDE) that you can use to customize PSoC to meet your specific application requirements. PSoC Designer software accelerates system bring-up and time-to-market.