NEW PRODUCTS ■ HARDWARE ■ SOFTWARE ■ GADGETS ■ TOOLS
14 November 2017
Locus Engineering, Inc., now offers four encoded keyboard products for hobbyists and developers
that are ideal for microcontroller projects.
The keyboards offload the process-intensive
keyswitch scanning and debouncing to a simple
interrupt routine, and reduce the I/O pins from 16
or 10 to one or three. The E2420 64-key keyboard
provides serial and clocked data outputs.
The E2422 and E2423 24-key versions provide
clocked data output and serial output, respectively.
The E2424 8x8 keyswitch encoder encodes a
custom layout of switches to a parallel output and serial
All products provide keyswitch scanning,
debouncing, two-key rollover, typematic function,
interrupt output, and a + 3.3V to + 6.0V supply. The
keyboards feature a compact layout with mounting holes.
Custom keyswitch layouts and timing are also
available. Pricing varies between $19 to $40.
For more information, contact:
Oscium announces the iMSO-204x: a mixed
signal oscilloscope with
universal platform support
(iOS, Android, PC, Mac).
have traditionally worked with
iOS only, but with this new
product they are adding
Android, PC, and Mac.
Some highlights of the new
• Universal platform (iOS,
Android, PC, Mac)
• Two Analog + Four Digital Channels
Oscium revolutionized test and
measurement with the introduction of
the first capacitive touchscreen
oscilloscope. iMSO software is free to
download, regardless of the platform.
There are no software license fees or
limit to the number of hosts that can
have the software.