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HELPIBOX 16

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Helpibox 16 is a simple interface for sensors that do not require any drivers to be installed, the OS automatically detects and connects to the PC via the USB port.

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This device allows you to emulate the following function keys through standard sensors on the market:

-ENTER (return)
-SPACE (space)
UP (upper arrow)
-DOWN (down arrow)
-LEFT (left arrow)
-RIGHT (right arrow)
-M-CLICK (5 key on the numeric keypad)
-M-UP (8 key on the numeric keypad)
-M-RIGHT (6 key on the numeric keypad)
-M-LEFT (4 key on the numeric keypad)
-M-DOWN (2 key on the numeric keypad)
F11-
F12-
-F7
-F8

In particular, this interface can be used to scan the following SW:

All Titles Laramera involving the scanning and sending with the space.
Anastasis All Titles requiring scanning and sending with the space.
Clicker 4 ITA keys
clicker 5
Eurovox
QualiKEY M-button click

This interface can also be used to manage a sensor with a presentation in PowerPoint using the input space and enter.

Helpibox 16 as a mouse emulator

To obtain mouse emulation with the device must be used in OS accessibility:
Double click on "My Computer", double click on "Control Panel" Select it and click on the "Accessibility", select "Mouse", select Use MouseKeys ", click on" Apply "and then" ok ".
At this point the keypad numbers correspond to the directions of the mouse and therefore correspond to the inputs of the device respectively, the following functions:

-M-CLICK the sensor connected to this input will trigger the click of the mouse
-M-UP (the sensor connected to this input will trigger the movement of the pointer at the top)
-M-RIGHT (the sensor connected to this input will trigger the movement of the pointer on the right)
-M-LEFT (the sensor connected to this input will trigger the movement of the pointer on the left)
-M-DOWN (the sensor connected to this input will trigger the movement of the pointer at the bottom)