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titleComparison Matrix Touch Sensor Firmware zForceAIR 1.55 vs NTSMF 2.0-BETABETA1
AreaSub-AreaNeonode zForceAIR 1.55NTSMF 2.0-BETA1
HardwareSizes and products

Neonode Touch Sensor Module 1.7.2 :

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

Neonode Touch Sensor Module 1.7.2 :

  • 101
  • 115
  • 122
  • 158
  • 180
  • 209
  • 230
  • 295 (with option to enable Extended Range)
  • 310 (with option to enable Extended Range)
  • 346 (with option to enable Extended Range)

90-Degree hardware supportSupports the 90-degree version of the Neonode Touch Sensor Module.

Supports the 90-degree version of the Neonode Touch Sensor Module, but not fully tested.

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 changed permanently, and will then remain after a reboot.

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

CommunicationASN.1YesYes

HIDYesYes

I2CYesYes, but not fully tested
PerformanceAccuracy Accuracy has been tested and the results compare well to those from Neonode zForceAIR 1.55

Latency/Touch response timeLatency has been tested and the results shows that NTSMF 2.0-BETA1 is slightly slower

Scan accuracyAccuracy has been tested and the results compare well to those from Neonode zForceAIR 1.55

Power consumptionPower consumption has been tested and the results shows a slightly higher current draw as compared to Neonode zForceAIR 1.55

EnduranceThe NTSMF 2.0-BETA1 has not yet passed the same endurance tests as Neonode zForceAIR 1.55
Functionality

Persistent Parameters

Not availableAvailable using the zForce Programmer tool

ASN.1 - Protocol 1.11YesYes

I2C CommunicationYesYes

HID - DigitizerYesYes

Multi finger support (up to ten fingers).YesYes

Click On TouchYesYes

Floating Protection YesYes

Extended rangeYes, for 295, 310, 346 & 374Yes for 295, 310 & 346

Flip X/YYesKnown bug (HID Display size will be affected when using FlipX/Y)

Merge touchesYesNo

Absolute mouseYesNo

Custom Scanning areaOnly available as custom configurationSupport to set scanning range in zForce Programmer. (This is a part of the Extended Range option).

Arduino SupportArduino Support using the Neonode Arduino LibNot tested.

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