Elo 2216 AccuTouch Controller E658721
This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
The suggested replacement is the Elo E329179 2218 AccuTouch Resistive Controller
Elo 2218 vs 2216 Comparison Chart
Previously known as:
E271-2210, 2210MX, 140, 3000U
Supply Voltage and Current
- +5 VDC, nominal (+4.50 VDC to +5.25 VDC). Self powered only.
- 50 mA standby, typical at +5 VDC; during touch 160 mA average, 240 mA peak
- Average power dissipation is 0.5 W, typical
- Supply must be capable of sourcing 400 mA, minimum
- Total noise and ripple requirement must be less than 100mV (p-p) for frequencies below 1MHz, and less than 50mV (p-p) for frequencies above 1MHz.
- EIA 232E (Serial RS-232), DCE configuration. 8 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit, No Parity, Full Duplex
- Hardware handshaking: RTS/CTS
- DSR is pulled HIGH (>+3V) by the 2216 when connected and powered. DTR can be asserted by the host to interrupt the flow of data from the controller.
- Note that if the application does not monitor CTS, then an interval of approximately 5 seconds should be inserted between the issuance of a reset command and any other command.
- Baud Rate 9600 (default), and 19200
- 8 Data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity only
- The 2216 is a full-speed USB device. If the USB is connected to the controller, the controller will communicate over the USB, and will not communicate over the serial port.
- The 2216 is never powered from the USB û it is self-powered only.
- Full AccuTouch SmartSet protocol. Emulation of E281A-4002 protocol can be selected by SmartSet command.
- Initial/ Stream/ Untouch/ Z-axis Enable Modes
- Approximately 10 ms per coordinate set
LED Diagnostic Characteristics
A green LED indicates controller status as below:
|LED Blink Rate
|Once per second
||Normal condition, untouched state
|Twice per second