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USB Keyboard Shortcut Button

USB Keyboard Shortcut Button

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£40.00

VAT included (where applicable)
Free shipping to United Kingdom
Rare find — there's only 1 of these in stock.

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, electronics
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Estimated delivery: Jan 19 - 23
From United Kingdom
Free shipping to United Kingdom

Description

USB Keyboard Emulation Button

Can be used as a keyboard shortcut button, 'track skip' button, or in art installations, photo booths, party quiz machines, etc...

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This button plugs into the USB port of a computer (PC or Mac - no drivers required) and when the button is pressed it sends a keyboard character, or characters.

Any combination of keyboard characters can be sent, either a single letter (like "a" or <space>) or multiple characters (like a word or phrase).

Control codes, like 'enter', 'F4', or 'Ctrl-X' can also be sent.

The button can either behave like a normal keyboard key, where if you hold down the button you get repeated characters, or it can send characters only once per press.

Pauses can also be programmed, so for instance it can send a character and then pause for 5 seconds before the button can be pressed again.

The button contains an LED which can be programmed independently to come on, go off, flash, etc...

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The box is made from recycled pine wood, and is finished with three coats of Danish oil. The case has protective pads on the bottom.

The cable is 1.3m long, and is hard-wired.

THE BUTTON IS PROGRAMMED ONCE AT TIME OF MANUFACTURE.
If you need it reprogramming, you'll have to pay for shipping in both directions.

Send me a message after purchase with the button behaviour you need.

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Free shipping to the UK

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If you want something custom-making similar to this, get in contact. I can provide multiple buttons, different case, longer lead, multiple switchable behaviours etc...
USB Keyboard Emulation Button

Can be used as a keyboard shortcut button, 'track skip' button, or in art installations, photo booths, party quiz machines, etc...

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This button plugs into the USB port of a computer (PC or Mac - no drivers required) and when the button is pressed it sends a keyboard character, or characters.

Any combination of keyboard characters can be sent, either a single letter (like "a" or <space>) or multiple characters (like a word or phrase).

Control codes, like 'enter', 'F4', or 'Ctrl-X' can also be sent.

The button can either behave like a normal keyboard key, where if you hold down the button you get repeated characters, or it can send characters only once per press.

Pauses can also be programmed, so for instance it can send a character and then pause for 5 seconds before the button can be pressed again.

The button contains an LED which can be programmed independently to come on, go off, flash, etc...

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The box is made from recycled pine wood, and is finished with three coats of Danish oil. The case has protective pads on the bottom.

The cable is 1.3m long, and is hard-wired.

THE BUTTON IS PROGRAMMED ONCE AT TIME OF MANUFACTURE.
If you need it reprogramming, you'll have to pay for shipping in both directions.

Send me a message after purchase with the button behaviour you need.

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Free shipping to the UK

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If you want something custom-making similar to this, get in contact. I can provide multiple buttons, different case, longer lead, multiple switchable behaviours etc...

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