Category: General Input Interfaces

Mouse Emulator (Model 5005)

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Mouse Emulator is a device that allows a set of switches to be used in place of a mouse for input to a Macintosh computer. Five input switches are used to produce up, down, left and right cursor movement plus mouse button action. A latching feature is provided to reproduce mouse movement with the mouse button held down ("dragging"). This latching is activated by holding down the mouse button switch for a certain (adjustable) length of time. The speed of cursor movement with the Mouse Emulator goes in two stages. The initial speed when a switch is activated is fixed and slow. After a one second delay the speed increases to a higher value, the magnitude of which is adjustable. The Mouse Emulator will also serve in place of the standard keyboard. Special software presents an on-screen image of the keyboard. The user moves the mouse cursor to the desired key and clicks the mouse button in order to "type" that key. Mouse Emulator is designed to substitute transparently for the mouse and the keyboard, providing access to standard software on the Macintosh 512 and Plus computers. An adapter is needed for use on the Macintosh SE or Mac II computers. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple Macintosh computers. DIMENSIONS: 6 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches. WEIGHT: 7.8 ounces.


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Ablenet, Inc.
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Phone: 800-322-0956
Fax: 651-294-2259
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Controls, Recreation, Communication, Computers

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Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation)
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Phone: 888-640-1999
Fax: 800-235-1305
Communication, Computers