TTP223 Capacitive Touch Sensor

3.3V to 5V Touch
£1.00 GBP
The price is for a single piece.
There are 10 pieces in the retail box.
The quantity has to be a multiple of 10.
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Categories: Input Sensors

Introducing the "Lonely Binary Touchy-Feely Buddy" - the suave and sophisticated way to interact with your projects! 

Say goodbye to the old-fashioned push buttons and embrace the future of touch with this fabulous Capacitive Touch Sensor Module using the legendary TTP223 IC! It's like upgrading from a horse-drawn carriage to a sleek electric sports car! 

This Lonely Binary Touch Sensor is the epitome of elegance and efficiency, with its low power consumption and a wide working voltage range. It's like having a stylish butler who knows how to conserve energy and adapt to any situation! 

But wait, there's more to this touchy-feely wonder! It comes with an onboard LED that loves to show off its vibrant personality. Whenever the sensor is triggered, this LED puts on a dazzling light show, signaling to the world that you've touched greatness! 

Not only that, but this Lonely Binary Touch Sensor knows how to be flexible. With solder jumpers, you can easily switch its mode of operation. Want it to be active low? No problem! Prefer a toggle output? Consider it done! It's like having a chameleon that adapts to your every touch! 

So, why settle for mundane buttons when you can dance your fingers across the "Lonely Binary Touchy-Feely Buddy"? It's the epitome of sophistication, charm, and futuristic elegance, all rolled into one incredible module! 



What’s in the Box

There are 10 pieces in the retail box.
The listing price is for

  • 1 x TTP223 Touch Sensor



  • Australia Orders over $55 - Your order will enjoy free shipping via Australia Post Standard Shipping Services. 
  • International Orders over $99 - Your order will be posted via Australia Post Air Mail Services. 

Raspberry Pi board / Micro:bit board / NVIDIA board will be excluded; All PCB orders will not enjoy free shipping. Distributors and wholesale orders are not eligible for free shipping.


At this time, LONELY BINARY is an online-only business, with our products available through This allows us to keep the cost down for the customer. Orders cannot be picked up. 


We ship Australia wide to all addresses, including PO Box, Parcel Locker, etc.All Australian orders will be shipped via Australia Post, Courier Please or Fastway Couriers (Aramex). International Orders will be shipped via Australia Post or DHL. Your order will be shipped within one business day after we receive payment, providing the items are in stock.

  • Standard Shipping
    Sent via standard Australia Post stamped letter mail, typically 5-9 business days. No tracking/support available other than confirmation of dispatch.
  • Express Post
    Sent via Australia Post Express Service, Fastway Courier or Courier Please, 1 – 2 business days for metro orders, potentially longer for orders outside of metro zones, with full tracking.

Non-metro addresses in WA, NT, SA & TAS can take 2+ days in addition to the above information.

Shipping costs for international orders vary depending on location and package size, where possible we have kept this to flat rate charges to reduce confusion. International orders are shipped through Australia Post and DHL courier service depending on the most economical at the time. 


Shipping Method via Delivery Area Delivery Time(business day) Tracking No. Weight Limit
DHL Asia 1-2 YES No Limit
western EU 2-3 YES No Limit
eastern EU 3-5 YES No Limit
North America 2-3 YES No Limit
Australia 2-3 YES No Limit
South America 3-5 YES No Limit
South Africa 3-5 YES No Limit


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
paul chen
Touch switch does not hold it's output for longer than about 6.8 second

I bought 10 of this sensor chips and were very exciting about it's simple to use feature when I received at the beginning, but when tested it further I discovered the output does not stay on even I keep touching it. it would last about 6.8 second maximum. there's discussion about this type of issue on below link,
it mentioned about the fake chip that might have caused this issue.