Required Equipment

Required Equipment using Interface Board


Additional required equipment:

Required Equipment using Neonode Prototyping Board

Connecting Sensor Module using Interface Board

Connecting Sensor Module using Neonode Prototyping Board

Evaluate Touch Sensor Module using Prototyping Board

  1. Connect the sensor Module to the Prototyping Board


    1. Place the sensor module so that the module's connector pads are facing upwards (black surface upwards).
    2. Insert the sensor module to the Prototyping Board's sensor port.
  2. The sensor module is now connected to the board, which expose all connections between the sensor module and the board. For details, refer to Electrical Integration. Do not connect power until the following steps have been performed.

  3. Make sure no object is within the touch active area of the sensor module before connecting power through USB. The sensor module calibrates itself when powered on and an object within the touch active area may interfere with the calibration.

    1. If the sensor module is of the 0° type: place the module on a table with the steel surface facing downwards and with the optical surface facing towards you.

    2. If the sensor module is of the 90° type: place the module on a table with the steel surface facing upwards, so the optical surface is facing upwards as well. Make sure no object is within the touch active area above the sensor module. 

      1.  Alternatively, you can mount the sensor module by using tape in order to fasten the steel surface to the edge of a table, with the optical surface facing towards you.

  4. Connect power to the sensor module through the USB. 
    1. A red light next to the micro USB port should turn on to indicate power transfer. 


  5. The Prototyping Board is now ready to be flashed. 
  6. For further information, please refer to Neonode Prototyping Board.

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