KeyAT Model 5 Features

  • Emulates both Mouse and keyboard.  
  • Mouse emulation includes movement and button presses.  
  • Flexible baud rate and serial data parameters.  
  • Translates ASCII - Accepts printable ASCII and encoded ASCII Hex and maps the ASCII to the correct key codes. 
  • Accepts DOS Scan Codes - You can send DOS scan codes which the KeyAT will interpret into the correct key codes. 
  • No Power Supply Needed - Runs off of the 5 volt power from the USB connection of the computer. 
  • Boot without a Keyboard - Allows your system to boot without a keyboard plugged into it. 
  • Autoexec Strings - The KeyAT can detect when a PC has "booted" and send an initialization string to the computer. 
  • Power-up Strings - The KeyAT can detect when a power cycling has occurred, and initialize itself to the proper mode. 
  • Programmable key delays - Program delays between keys, from 1-99 seconds. This is a tool to simplify keyboard emulation. 
  • Re-map ASCII characters - Re-map ASCII characters coming from the serial port. This can ease the job of integrating a serial device onto the keyboard port. 
  • Disable commands - This allows protection against data accidentally being recognized as commands. 

KeyAT Model 4 Features

  • Translates ASCII - Accepts printable ASCII and encoded ASCII Hex and maps the ASCII to the correct key codes. 
  • Accepts DOS Scan Codes - You can send DOS scan codes which the KeyAT will interpret into the correct key codes. 
  • Accepts Keyboard Key Codes - You can send key codes directly, which allows you to simulate any key combination possible. 
  • Status Indicator - LED status of 232 Port. 
  • No Power Supply Needed - Runs off of the 5 volt power from the connected computer. 
  • Mini-DIN cable provided - The Mini-DIN PS/2 cable is provided, just plug it in and go. 
  • Boot without a Keyboard - Allows your system to boot without a keyboard plugged into it. 
  • Autoexec Strings - The KeyAT can detect when a PC has "booted" and send an initialization string to the computer. 
  • Power-up Strings - The KeyAT can detect when a power cycling has occurred, and initialize itself to the proper mode. 
  • Programmable key delays - Program delays between keys, from 1-99 seconds. This is a tool to simplify keyboard emulation  
  • Re-map ASCII characters - Re-map ASCII characters coming from the serial port. This can ease the job of integrating a serial device onto the keyboard port. 
  • Serial ASCII Keyboard - This maps the AT keyboard keys to a simple ascii character set which are sent to the RS-232 port. This can be used to create a simple ASCII RS-232 serial keyboard. It can also make monitoring keyboard usage easier. 
  • Send down or up DOS Scan Codes - You can now specify up or down (make or break) DOS scan code sequences. Before you had to send key code sequences to do this. This makes handling multiple key actions (such as shift, ctrl and alt) simpler. 
  • Send DOS scan codes from character mode - It used to be that you had to go to scan code mode to send scan codes. Now you stay in character mode and send a scan code. 
  • Disable commands - This allows protection against data accidentally being recognized as commands.