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Agilent wireless mouse sensor works via 3.3V supply

Posted: 22 Apr 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:adns 2030? wireless mouse sensor? optical mouse sensor? mouse sensor? optical sensor?

The ADNS-2030 wireless optical mouse sensor from Agilent Technologies Inc. provides a resolution of up to 800cpi, frame rates of 500fps to 2,300fps, and operates from a single 3.3V power supply, enabling it to be powered by alkaline AA batteries.

Suitable for use in desktop and notebook PCs, the sensor provides a complete mouse sensor solution when used in tandem with Agilent's HDNS-2100 lens and HDNS-2200 clip with the HLMP-ED80 LED.

The ADNS-2030 contains an image acquisition system, DSP, two-channel quadrature output, and a two-wire serial port. It also provides automatic power conservation when the mouse is not moved and controlled drive for the LED light source.

Available in a 16-pin staggered DIP housing, the ADNS-2030 is priced <5 in high-volume quantities.

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