Aito offers a family of chips which enable seamless touch buttons on a wide range of surfaces while also providing localized tactile feedback using breakthrough piezo haptic technology. The Touch Family is built up from two series: the flexible 200-series and the ultra-low power 300-series.
Stainless steel, minimalistic designs and easy to clean - Aito’s metal touch keys for the kitchen environment offers an intriguing match between design and functionality. It is evident that the white goods era has turned into a stainless steel era. Aito’s touch through stainless steel solutions are not just eye-catching, they are also easy to use and easy to clean. No longer will your button knobs attract all that dirt which later causes them to malfunction - nor will your users have to remove their oven gloves while operating their stoves. The Touch Family is built up from two series: the flexible 200-series and the ultra-low power 300-series.
ATB200 Series: Sound and Light Feedback
The 200-series offers a plethora of options maximizing design freedom. The flagship of the range is the configurable ATB250 chip which allows the host to configure the number of piezo keys and LEDs plus eventual buzzer connected to its pins. The range starts with the basic ATB210 which can control up twelve touch keys plus one buzzer.
ATB300 Series: Ultra-Low Power
For energy efficient applications we have developed the 300- series. On average these chips use less than 1µA independent of the number of keys which allows for the world’s most energy efficient touch solution, without sacrificing usability.
The ATH200 is a family of chips which enable seamless touch buttons on a wide range of surfaces while also providing localized tactile feedback using breakthrough piezo haptic technology. Unlike other touch technologies the ATH200 does not require additional elements to provide haptic feedback, but the piezo is used as both sensor and actuator eliminating the need for extra components such as vibration motors. Obviously the ATH220 also provides feedback in the form of light and audio with LED and buzzer driving capabilities in order to provide a smooth UX by fully relieving the host controller.