Replacement: None. This was an odd part and we ended up having difficulty keeping it in stock, so it’s time for it to step aside and make room in the catalog for more cool new stuff! This page is for reference only.
The ADNS-2620 is a small form factor optical mouse sensor. It is used to implement a non-mechanical tracking engine for computer mice. Now you can make your own optical mouse or input device.
The evaluation board provides you with the necessary components to get started and some supporting circuity. Check the pictures for exactly what you’re getting. You get a board with the IC mounted, top clip, bottom lens, and LED. In addition, it has a booster circuit for using a 3.7V battery for power. Also, we’ve included an ATmega328 preloaded with example code and an Arduino bootloader. We configured the AVR to act as an HID and therefore does not use an FTDI. For reprogramming and such, you will need an FTDI basic or similar. Plug in a USB miniB cable and this will show up and act like a mouse on your computer.
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