The R-net Bluetooth Mouse Module allows a user to control a PC or Android device using the R-net system.
- Bluetooth communication for PC mouse control
- Control of Android devices
- 10m operating range
- Small, robust module
- Compatible with all R-net Input Devices
- External Switch Inputs
- Programmable user preferences
- Easy set-up
The R-net Bluetooth Mouse Module allows a user to control a PC or Android device using the R-net system. Once set up, any R-net Input Device e.g. a Joystick Module, can provide PC mouse control. Commands from the Joystick Module, such as speed up or speed down, automatically become mouse commands, for example left and right click.
If the wheelchair user operates the chair using a head array via the R-net Omni; then, when in Bluetooth Mouse Mode, activating the switches in the head array can correspond to programmed mouse functions.
The module contains two jack-socket inputs that can be programmed to allow mouse functions such as left or right click to be controlled from external switches or buttons.
The R-net Mouse Module remembers devices it has been set up to work with - there is no connect sequence after the initial set-up has been completed. The R-net Mouse Module will operate within a 10m range of the PC it is paired with and is plug- and-play with all the other R-net modules, no hardware or software upgrades are required.
The R-net Mouse Module can also be linked with Android Devices via a downloadable App. This allows control of the Smart device, via Bluetooth, with any R-net Input Device. To read more about the R-net for Android App click here.
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