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@Lab's optoelectronic mouse SoC sensor features MCU module

Posted: 24 Mar 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:IIC-China? international ic conference & exhibition? @Lab? Jason Wang?

@Lab Inc., one of the ten companies from Korea's IT-SoC Association that participated in this year's International IC-China Conference & Exhibition (IIC-China) in Shanghai, showcased an optoelectronic mouse SoC sensor, which is embedded with an microcontroller (MCU) module. According to the company, this sensor allows users to select PS/2, USB or U+P Combo interface according to application demands.

By simply adding two capacitors, one resister and a LED lighting device around the PS 2/1-Chip sensor, said @Lab, customers are able to build their own mouse solutions. In addition, the company's digital contact-type sensor controller products can be used in cellphones and MP3 players, and as a programming tuner in PDAs.

Established in July 2000, @Lab is a manufacturer of optical mouse sensors, digital contact-type sensors and optical navigation sensors. @Lab is touted to be the second company in the world to have successfully developed optoelectronic mouse chips, garnering 12 percent of the global market share last year.

- Jason Wang
Electronics Engineering Times-China

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