Advantages of "2.4G RF Wireless Mouse"
. RF wireless mice are a great technology because of their overall reliability
and stability. Other forms of communication such as Infrared technology need to
be in "line of sight" in order to work properly which makes using them with a
Some of the reasons that RF technology is great for wireless mice includes the
fact that the RF transmitter housed in the mouse requires low power. Usually, RF
wireless mice are powered by small, light weight batteries .
wireless mice are also inexpensive. RF wireless mice are lightweight, so
it means you can move them comfortable and easily.
As with most mice on the market today, wireless mice use optical sensor
technology rather than the earlier track-ball system. Optical technology
improves accuracy and lets you use the wireless mouse on almost any surface --
an important feature when you're not tied to your computer by a cord.
Cordless, so no tangled wires around you, more than 10m of effective controlling
distance, wireless make you freely use the mouse, the wireless feature works
flawlessly. In fact, if one had really good eyes, one could operate the computer
from the other side of a room. Yes, I've actually tried that, with the mouse
moving the cursor around the screen with no problems.
You do not have to disconnect the mouse each night. The mouse enters a battery
saving mode when no movement is detected for some time, allowing batteries to
last upwards of three to six months (depending on usage) with a
continuous connection. In other words, you
really only need to disconnect the mouse when you want to move or store the
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2.4G Wireless Mouse Technology
A 2.4G Hz radio frequency (RF) transmitter is usually integrated inside the
mouse. The mouse records its movements and buttons that are clicked and then
sends this information via radio signals to the receiver.
The 2.4G Hz radio frequency (RF) receiver usually connects to the computer's
peripheral mouse input. It receives these RF signals, decodes them and then
sends these signals directly to the computer as normal. RF receivers usually
come in a few styles. The majority come as built in components that connect to
the mouse input, others can be a separate card that is installed in one of the
many expansion slots of computers and the third type of receiver is a separate
unit that is then connected to a cable going directly to the computer's
peripheral input. Since the technology has been mastered, most wireless mice
have integrated receivers that plug into a computer's peripheral input and are
very small in size.
Pairing is the process of coordinating your mouse's transmitter with your
mouse's receiver. It requires both parts to operate on the same frequencies,
usually by using the same identification code. Pairing takes place to try to
eliminate interference. Some devices automatically pair both devices at start
up; others need to be manually paired.
Generally, the wireless mouse had been paired in
factory, users needn't to pair the transmitter to to receiver.
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Features of Our 2.4G Wireless Mouse
1) 2.4GHz RF technology digital wireless optical
2) Working distance up to 10 meters
3) DPI changeable----using the DPI shift button on the top of the mouse, can
switch the speed to 800dpi or 1600dpi(or customized)
4)Interface: USB, very small receiver (Nano receiver) can be plugged in the
transmitter (mouse) when you want to store it.
5)auto powers save and sleep function, long batteries life (ordinarily we
needn't change the battery in two months)
6)the receiver can be hidden in the mouse, so it is very portable.
7) red, yellow, green, blue, black and more kinds of colors are available
8)OEM / ODM are welcomed
Packing: white/color box
Battery: 1*AAA, 2*AAA,1*AA,2*AA (different model is with different batteries)
We also provide "PCBA" for 2.4G Wireless Mouse
We also provide COB or PCBA to our customers for
DIY their own 2.4G wireless mouse, technology Data are as following:
1)Radio Tech: 2.4GHz, two-way radio 16 channel
FHSS, GFSK modulation
2)Working Frequency: 2402-2480MHZ
3)Working Distance: >10m
5)DPI(CPI)：400/500/600/800/1000/1200/1600(optional to choose 1 or more shifts)
6)Pair Code: Press "Right"+"Middle" for 1 sec.
7)The ID is saved in a EEPROM, no need to pair code again when changing the
battery, shutting down the mouse.
8)Low Voltage Alarming (optional function) .
9)Instructor LED for Low voltage, DPI shift(optional function).
10)Power Saving Mode:3-step resting + Automatically shut off + on/off switch
11)The nano receiver can also work for wireless keyboard.
12)Power Supply: 1 0r 2 AA(or AAA) batteries.
13)Power: 1.5V/22-25mA or 3V/9-12mA
14)PC & OS: IBM or MAC, a USB port,Win98/2000/CE/2003/XP/Vista