Hello world (this is my first message in this forum).
I am quite a just-married-to-Arduino guy, I am very passionate about this platform that I kew since long time but never had the time to dedicate.
Now I have done several home projects that made me both feel happy and feel sooooo rookie... But hey, here I am trying more and more complex things.
I am trying to do something I haven't found information about: I have a 10" touch panel (I am not talking about a screen, just the touch surface) which is a capacitive 10 pin panel that communicates with I2C protocol (there are SCL and SDK pins). I have managed to scan the address and turns out it is in the #40.
However, other than that I do not have the knowledge to get the coordinates out of that panel. My question is: is there any library that can help me with that or will I need to code everything?
I am attaching some pictures of the panel and the pinout to have a clearer picture of what I am talking about.
I thank you all for your time reading my post, I hope some day I will be able to provide some answers rather than questioning!