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input device with built-in solid state relays
Emulate joystick or keyboard button inputs from
external trigger signals.
Isolated USB Trigger allows you to use your own
simulate joystick buttons or keyboard strokes to trigger
your computer. A DC voltage of 3 to 48v applied to any of the
unique inputs will send the trigger to your computer.
- Converts external triggers
into USB joystick button pushes, or convert to keyboard strokes using
the free software below.
isolated inputs available, each is opto-isolated from the connected
- No need for a relay to drive the
- Screw Terminals for easy wire
drivers to load. Free software for simple keyboard emulation
or advanced macros.Works
on PC or Mac.
- Instrumentation/data collection
- Monitor equipment with Voltage
- Great for automotive applications
USB "A" to "B" cable to connect to your computer.
6 foot USB cable available
here for $4.50 USD
Keyboard Simulation & Macro Utilities
(PC, by JTK Software) Allows external triggers to emulate
keystrokes (ex: button push 3 = keystroke 'A'). Easy to use,
also good for checking basic functionality.
(PC, open-source) Powerful utility to allow a custom action
for each USB Trigger input (launch a program, pause/play audio, send a
Sample script to display button
states, good for checking basic functionality.
Custom USB Trigger script by Travis
at Sensorium Embedded. Reads/parses all 24 inputs. Ready to
customize to do whatever you need, see instructions inside the file.
(Mac, by Alessandro Levi Montalcini) Emulates keystrokes,
also has advanced functionality. Preferred by Mac users.
C# Joystick Library by Mark Harris. For C# developers wishing
to incorporate USB Triggers as direct inputs to their application, uses
1 ea $63.00 USD
Windows/Mac default Human Interface Device (HID) game
of 3 to 48VDC between any channel number and ground
connection tells the computer that a joystick button is being "pressed".
- 0 to +2VDC tells the computer that the
joystick button is "released"
joystick buttons 1-6 natively, Use JoyToKey to convert to a keyboard
- Device itself
is USB powered, no additional power supply needed.
- Provides isolation
from the host computer to avoid ground loops
GND screw terminals provided for convenience, can use either or both.
switch debounce built in
10 ea $595.00 USD
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USPS Priority within US is typically 1-3 day delivery
USPS Priority international is typically 2-5 week
| Function Represented
|| External Device State
|| Red Button State
|| Other Pushbutton State
|| Power Present
|| not used