[[hacking:mouse-trak]]

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hacking:mouse-trak [2019/08/09 11:59]
dashie [1997 Mouse Trak]
hacking:mouse-trak [2019/08/09 12:49]
dashie [1997 Mouse Trak]
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 This was a MOUSE-TRAK from 1997, REV 2.1, connection cable had been modified for some military requirements. This was a MOUSE-TRAK from 1997, REV 2.1, connection cable had been modified for some military requirements.
  
-After reversing the pinout, even with a PS/2 adapter the mouse does nothing, I'm in the process of replacing ​the Zilog with a Teensy ​as a mostly drop-in.+After reversing the pinout, even with a PS/2 adapter the mouse does nothing, I've replaced ​the Zilog with a Teensy.
  
 ===== Parts replacements ===== ===== Parts replacements =====
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 ^ what ^ old P/N ^ new P/N ^ drop-in ^ ^ what ^ old P/N ^ new P/N ^ drop-in ^
-| opto sensor | ISTS832S | OPB822S | yes |+| opto sensor | ISTS832S | OPB822S | yes, cut the two mount extremities. E side is the same E as old one, and is where the * on PCB is |
 | click buttons | Matsushita AV3402619 | ‎AV3402619-A‎ | yes | | click buttons | Matsushita AV3402619 | ‎AV3402619-A‎ | yes |
 | the other click button | unknown | C&K ‎D6L90-F1-LFS‎ | yes | | the other click button | unknown | C&K ‎D6L90-F1-LFS‎ | yes |
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