Additional Rubber Base: Rubber Base For USB Smart Button The additional rubber base for USB Smart button has a self-adhesive layer, so you can peel and stick one of these to the underside of your USB Smart button to stop it sliding around on your desk or table and to make it more sturdy.
Example uses include: Dedicated browser navigation to a specific website. Automate often-used phrases in specific applications. Kiosk user control (for example photo booths etc). Corporate promotions (open corporate website). Low-level security (store logon in button). Close/open/switch applications.
User-assigned keystrokes are held in the button itself. Two separate sequences of keys are available, with three modes of operation. Many buttons can be used on one PC. RGB Illumination can be configured to any color while pressed/not pressed. If required, LEDs can be controlled and button state can be read by a users program using a supplied software development kit, for custom applications.
Features: When pressed, “types” a user-configured sequence of up to 48 keyboard characters into the PC on a single press.
Keys can include: • All alphanumeric and other keyboard keys • Launch Browser and go to URL field • Calculator • Media Player • Email • Volume controls • Multimedia Controls
3 modes of operation: • Send all 48 keys • Send 24 keys on first press, a different 24 keys on second press • Send 24 keys on short press, a different 24 keys on a long press
Many buttons can be used on one PC
RGB Illumination can be configured to any color while pressed/not pressed.
If required, LEDs can be controlled and button state can be read by a users program using a supplied software development kit, for custom applications.
Configuration is stored in the button.
Specifications: Dimensions: Diameter: 2 ¼ in (56mm) Button Diameter: 2 in (51mm) Height: 0.7in (17mm) Cable Length: 3ft (1m)
Compliance: CE mark, RoHS
In the USBButton utility, two sequences of keys can be configured, primary and secondary. Each is 24 keys long. Each key location in the table is configured using a drop-down menu which contains all available functions. Keys are sent left to right, row by row.
When the keys are sent, each of the rows is “held” pressed down until the entire row has been sent. This means you can program multi-key functions such as ctrl-alt-del
The “Action” buttons specify one of three modes as follows: Alternate: First press sends primary sequence, second press sends secondary sequence. Extended: Each press sends primary followed by secondary sequences Both: A normal press sends the primary sequence, a long press sends the secondary sequence
The LED sliders set the button color when either pressed or released, selected by the click buttons.
“Program” sends the configuration to the USBButton.
How to get Upper Case characters: To get upper case, insert a “shift” key into one of the locations, in the normal way. All subsequent keys will be shifted until the end of the 6-key row, after which the shift is cancelled.
Example Configuration: The configuration below causes the browser to open and go to the usbbutton.com website.
The “open browser” is followed by a 3 second wait while the browser opens, then an ALT-D which clears the address bar. Then the website URL is typed in, followed by “enter”.