Sensor The sensor technical information is contained in the ADNS Data Sheet. Lens The lens information is contained in the HDNS/HDNS# ADNS datasheet, ADNS circuit, ADNS data sheet: AVAGO – Optical Mouse Sensor,alldatasheet, datasheet, Datasheet search site for. Kit Components. See table below. Sensor. The sensor technical information is contained in the ADNS Data Sheet. Lens. The lens information is contained.

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Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I had switched around a few of the pins and the wires, but after I got them straightened out I avns to get readings from the serial port! I will bookmark this Thread for follow-up when I have time.

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I come to you no prior knowledge. Sorry folks it looks like the java program won’t attach here. Physical Construction The adne 5 through 8 were soldered to a small stripboard. The following images shows the result of the assembly seen from top: Here is a dropbox link: Thank you for the code. Thanks for the answer.

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And wishing I were better in the math department. It would be nice to confirm this with your device I do not know what kind of myRIO you have but I would say 26110 your myRIO will handle the optical sensor’s requirements.


I couldn’t have done it without the help of a couple people for sure.

I have also attached a picture of the connections for those interested The following screenshot displays the canvas: Mouse Dataxheet Let’s start with the old mouse: Thanks for the information. The first Byte contains 7-bit address and ‘1’ as MSB.

The address of the configuration register was moved from 0x0A to 0x Johnwasser you are so fantastic! So, I finally got the mice I ordered in the mail Briefly comparing this http: Message 2 of 4.

I want to read movement data X and Y several times per second from the sensor and use it in other application in myRIO. Hello- I wanted to close out this post with the conclusion of this project.

Programming used to be my job.

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Edit your original post to change the title datssheet something useful such as “Optical mouse chip camera” The first Byte has ‘0’ at MSB that indicates that we are reading data and seven bit request data from certain register.

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The ceramic resonator was soldered to the pins 1 and 2 of the ADNS Send Bitcoin tips to: With all the soldering I’ve been doing getting those connector wires to solder on well is difficult I hope that the little chip can take the heat Finally, some wiring was added for the power supply and the two-wire clock and data connections.


And that’s the bottom view: I am not sure why this is, but for my PC the program seizes up after several dataseet of use I used the code that was provided by Johnwasser and the technical advice from an artist.

A write operation consist of 2 Byte. Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming dstasheet.

It sounds like an interesting idea. I am glad to hear that you think the problem lies in the java app and not in the chip or the Arduino code.

Register 0x42 is for X-movement and register 0x43 is for Y-movement. Message 4 of 4. I assume that square wave. I could not have done ANY of this without the help of Johnwasser and I really thank him for helping me!