Neonode Touch Sensor Module Firmware is flashed and configured with the zForceProgrammer tool. Download zForceProgrammer here: Downloads.

For information, see Getting started with zForceProgrammer.

Configuring the parameters in the zForceProgrammer tool is only available for Neonode Touch Sensor Module Firmware 2.0 and later.  

Firmware Release Notes

Comparison Matrix zForceAIR 1.55 vs NTSMF 2.0

AreaSub-AreaNeonode zForceAIR 1.55NTSMF 2.0
HardwareSizes and products

Neonode Touch Sensor Module 1.7.2 :

  • 101 
  • 115 
  • 122 
  • 158 
  • 180 
  • 209 
  • 230 
  • 295 
  • 310
  • 346
  • 374

Neonode Touch Sensor Module 1.7.2 :

  • 101
  • 115
  • 122
  • 158 – From production date 14th of April 2021
  • 180
  • 209
  • 230
  • 295
  • 310
  • 346
Installation
Installed using Firmware Update toolInstalled using zForce Programmer tool
ConfigurationChanging configuration

Using the Neonode Workbench tool (or any other software that uses ASN.1 for configuration) the configuration can be changed in runtime. This runtime configuration can not be saved to the Touch Sensor Module permanently. The Touch Sensor Module will always use the default configuration after reboot and after flashing a new firmware.

Using the Neonode Workbench tool (or any other software that uses ASN.1 for configuration) the configuration can be changed in runtime. This runtime configuration can not be saved to the Touch Sensor Module permanently. The Touch Sensor Module will always use the default configuration after reboot and after being re-flashed.

Using the zForce Programmer tool, the configuration can be stored persistently.

Note however that the default configuration is always restored after flashing a new firmware.

CommunicationASN.1 protocol version1.91.11

HIDYesYes

I2CYesYes
Functionality

Persistent Parameters

NoYes, possible when using the zForce Programmer tool.

Multi finger support (up to ten fingers).YesYes

Click On TouchYesYes

Floating Protection YesYes

Reflective edgeYesYes

Utilization of max possible TAA
  • 101 
  • 115 
  • 122 
  • 158 
  • 180 
  • 209 
  • 230 
  • 295 – Extended range firmware
  • 310 - Extended range firmware
  • 346 - Extended range firmware
  • 374 - Extended range firmware
  • 101
  • 115
  • 122
  • 158 – From production date 14th of April 2021
  • 180
  • 209
  • 230
  • 295
  • 310
  • 346

Flip X/YYesYes

Merge touchesYesNo

Arduino Support using the Neonode Arduino LibYesYes