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'[EE:]Microsoft Mouse Schematic'
2003\11\20@170944 by Stephen D. Barnes

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Does anyone know where I can find a schematic diagram for the standard two
button PS/2 style MS mouse?
Google does not give me any hope.

Regards,
Stephen D. Barnes


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2003\11\20@180859 by ryfield

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You could start with
www.microchip.com/download/appnote/devspec/16c5x/00519c.pdf
No circuit but doesn't look there is much to it.


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Subject: [EE:]Microsoft Mouse Schematic


Does anyone know where I can find a schematic diagram for the standard two
button PS/2 style MS mouse?
Google does not give me any hope.

Regards,
Stephen D. Barnes


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2003\11\20@222345 by Stephen D. Barnes

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Veronica wrote:
> You could start with
> www.microchip.com/download/appnote/devspec/16c5x/00519c.pdf
> No circuit but doesn't look there is much to it.


> Does anyone know where I can find a schematic diagram for the standard two
> button PS/2 style MS mouse?
> Google does not give me any hope.
>
> Regards,
> Stephen D. Barnes


Thanks...I'll check it out.

Regards,
Stephen D. Barnes

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2003\11\20@225829 by Stephen D. Barnes

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The document referenced describes implementation of the standard serial mouse. What I am
looking for is a schematic for the PS/2 style mouse (any additional reference info would
be great also). The Microsoft PS/2 mouse (the version I have here) uses a PIC16c58 OTP
device with encoders connected to RB0:RB3. It also appears that transistors are used in
some fashion to switch the IR emitters (note that PS/2 mouse is capable of receiving
initialization data from the PC). I'm not so interested in the protocol as I am the
hardware as I want to utilize portions of the existing circuitry.
Thanks!

Regards,
Stephen D. Barnes

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2003\11\21@044900 by Jinx

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> looking for is a schematic for the PS/2 style mouse (any
> additional reference info would be great also

www.colinfahey.com/2002june5_ps2mouse/2002june02_basicstamp_to_ps2mou
se.htm

http://www.hut.fi/~then/mytexts/mouse.html

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2003\11\21@131507 by John Ferrell

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Not exactly your request, but probably more than you want to know
home.clear.net.nz/pages/joecolquitt/emouse84.html
Check out the links as well...

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