Reply by sriram karunagaran June 9, 20062006-06-09
Dan,

I'm not aware of any other company developing BGW based ARM boards in India. We are also looking for a solution with BGW200. For BGW200 chipset where you able to manuals and hardware design details?

Regards,
Sriram.K

dashing_dhruv_in wrote: Is their any other company in India, who have expertise on LPC
series and BGW200/211?

I know only about Adya systems and their solutions are really very
helpful, I am wondering if their is anyone else in India...

DAN

> sriram karunagaran
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> We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to
PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good
pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can
be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the
switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!
>
> Regards,
> Sriram.K
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An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Reply by dashing_dhruv_in June 8, 20062006-06-08
Is their any other company in India, who have expertise on LPC
series and BGW200/211?

I know only about Adya systems and their solutions are really very
helpful, I am wondering if their is anyone else in India...

DAN

> sriram karunagaran
wrote: Dear All,
>
> We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to
PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good
pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can
be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the
switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!
>
> Regards,
> Sriram.K
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Reply by Michael Anton June 8, 20062006-06-08
> -----Original Message-----
> From: l...
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> Of syed ismail
> Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 8:59 PM
> To: l...
> Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Reg: help on handheld
> Try Cypress - Capsense devices for keyboard!
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> sriram karunagaran wrote:
> Dear All,
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> We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar
> to PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some
> good pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds.
> Switches can be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I
> guess that the switches for these need to be PCB mounted.
> Help Please!!!
>
> Regards,
> Sriram.K
>

Omron has switches like you are looking for.

Mike

Reply by syed ismail June 7, 20062006-06-07
Try Cypress - Capsense devices for keyboard!

sriram karunagaran wrote: Dear All,

We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!

Regards,
Sriram.K

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Reply by sriram karunagaran June 7, 20062006-06-07
Dear All,

We are building some prototypes of handheld device similar to PDA, using LPC213x. I'm finding it difficult to get some good pushbutton (tactile/latching) switches for handhelds. Switches can be like in remote controls or like in PDAs. I guess that the switches for these need to be PCB mounted. Help Please!!!

Regards,
Sriram.K

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