• Siglent
  • Cambrionix
  • Teledyne LeCroy Wavesurfer 3000z Promo
  • Siglent SSA3000X-R
  • Ideal-Tek
  • Teledyne LeCroy Wavesurfer 4000HD Promo
  • Siglent SDS1000X-E
  • Tekbox
  • PicoScope 6000E
  • PicoScope 6000E
  • ABI Electronics
  • Windfreak
  • Rigol MSO5152-E
  • ThinkRF
  • Rigol RSA5000
  • Teledyne LeCroy Free Products
  • Preen
  • Free Pico Flash Drive
  • Saelig 30 Years in business!
  • GL Optic
  • Teledyne LeCroy
  • Not Your Average Web Store
  • Rigol MSO
  • Free Shipping
  • Your Technical Distributor
  • Rigol Promotions
  • SDM3000
  • Choosing An Oscilloscope
  • Saelig Newsletter Signup
  • Saelig Scope Selection
  • Saelig Values
  • YouTube Videos
  • Saelig Name Origins
  • LD400

KeyWarrior28 8x8 Matrix USB Keyboard Mouse Combo Controller

    KeyWarrior28 8x8 Matrix USB Keyboard Mouse Combo Controller

    Manufacturer: Code Mercenaries

    From $12.20


    KW28-Q28 Add $12.20

    KW28-DIL28 Add $15.95

    KW28-S24 Add $15.95

    KW28-MOD Add $16.99

    • Description
    • Features
    • Downloads

    The KeyWarrior28 is the smallest controller of the KeyWarrior family with a great deal of functionality that is more than just standard keyboard functions. The KeyWarrior28, available as 3.3V QFN28 chip or DIL28 module, controls up to 64 keys in an 8 x 8 matrix. Just a USB cable and the keys are connected to the module.  The functionality of the keys is programmable via a USB-port and stored in internal FLASH memory. For instance, it can offer a key-operated mouse function, or media and application controls like Play, Pause, Mute, Start Browser, etc.  Each individual key can be programmed with either a single key code, a key code plus a modifier (shift, ctrl, alt, gui), a macro, a mouse function, a media/application control, or a FN key.  The two optional FN keys give the ability to switch to a second or third key layout. Like the modifier keys, FN keys can be programmed to act as ‘locking’ or ‘sticky’ (locking, but only for the next key). This allows mode switching, or single finger operation.

    Each of the 19 macros can be programmed on to any of the keys. A maximum of 31 key codes can be in each macro. There are three different types of macros.  A static macro acts as if all keys in the macro are pressed at the same time.  Typing macros activate each code just momentarily. This allows repeating characters, special character use, and upper/lower case in the macro.  Cell macros work like the text input on phones with numeric keypads. Pressing the key again removes the last character and replaces it with the next. 

    The KeyWarrior28 works with existing system drivers and does not require special software. Each unit has a unique serial number and a built-in counter for the number of erase cycles.

    Free UPS Ground Shipping On Orders Over $99

    Sign up for our newsletter containing updates and exclusive content!

    Customer Reviews

    Privacy Policy|Terms and Conditions|RoHs|Quality Statement|Returns|Sitemap

    © 2007- Saelig Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    Other products, logos and company names mentioned herein, may be trademarks of their respective owners.
    eCommerce Shopping Cart Software by Miva Merchant