Introduction to QTouch® Configurator Project Creation

Last modified by Microchip on 2023/11/10 11:19

This page provides information on the steps involved in creating and debugging a QTouch® Configurator project.

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Configure QTouch Project Using the QTouch Configurator

The QTouch Configurator provides the option to generate a QTouch project for custom user boards, as well as to download a QTouch project for standard evaluation boards.

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Configure the Clock

After configuring QTouch parameters using the QTouch Configurator, the next step is to configure the clock.

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Import Project

Download the configured QTouch project package and import the project to Microchip Studio (formerly Atmel Studio) or IAR Embedded Workbench.

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Project Settings & Build

You may need to configure a few parameters in the IDE in order to make the project work. These steps are also covered in the above link.

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Connect to Data Visualizer

Once the project is built and programmed into the target, you can view the QTouch debug data using the Data Visualizer tool.

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Connect to 2D Touch Surface Utility

Once the 2D Touch Surface and Gesture project is built and programmed into the target, you can view the debug data using the 2D Touch Surface Utility tool.

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