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PIC Programmable USB button
posted January 12 2015 19:20.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Meet PUB, the Programmable USB Button by simplicio - A USB device made with a PIC. I always enjoy PIC projects because, yes, I am a PIC enthusiast myself...

PUB! is a Programmable USB Button on which you can program a sequence of keystrokes. When you press the button those keystrokes are "replayed" over a USB connection.

The button (which is really a rotary encoder with a built-in push button switch) is programmed using an innovative and slightly quirky interface that does not require any custom software to be installed on your computer. All you need is a text editor like Notepad (for Windows) or gedit (for Linux).

The details for this project (to make one) are in this link.


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