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X-keys XK-3 Android USB Foot Pedal

All the capability of our standard XK-3 USB pedal plus new android and multimedia features.

**Tablet and mounting stand not included.

$129.95
In stock
SKU
XK-0992-UMDP3-R
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XK-3 Foot Pedal

Features

  • Great for multimedia commands
  • Hands free touch or swipe
  • USB connection

The X-keys XK-3 Android Foot Pedal allows the user to rest a foot on the main pedal without activating it. Activation requires just slight additional pressure from the toe or ankle. Perfect for triggering apps or playing and pausing video or audio. The outside pedals provide additional functions easily reached to the left or right of the main pedal.

Create an interactive digital signage application with our free Simple Signage Android App. Any pedal can give your user instant access to any page, start and pause playback, or play a sound.

Operating System Use: Any OS via USB HID | Programming: Windows XP through 10, Mac OS X 10.4 through 10.10 
Free Programming Software Android: Android App
Windows: MacroWorks 3.1
Free Software Development Kits Windows (C++, C#, VB.NET) 
Linux (C++)
Android (Java)
Raw HID (any language/OS)
USB Codes Supported HID keyboard, HID mouse, HID game controller, HID multimedia
Switch Types Microswitch with audible click, guaranteed for over 1 million operations
Number of Pedals 3 programmable pedals
Actuation Force Approx. 34 – 90 oz (1 - 2.5kg) depending on distance from hinge
Connector Wired USB standard “A” plug
Cord Length 118" (3 m)
Dimensions Approx. 8.1” x 5.5” x 1.6” (21cm x 14cm x 4cm)
Weight 2.5 lb (1.1 kg)
USB Type USB 1.1 compatible through 3.0 Type-c with adapter
Power Source USB port, nominal voltage = 5 VDC
Power Consumption 18 mA @ 5 VDC
Temperature Range -20 to 60 C
Memory Capacity Approximately 1,000 keystrokes or commands in onboard memory
Memory Type EEPROM, non-volatile memory (X-keys retains memory for over 200 years)
Environmental Rating IP 40, typical indoor office environment
Certifications FCC class B, CE, RoHS, WEEE compliant

XK-3 Foot Pedal Android Spec Sheet PDF

RoHS Letter of Certification

XK-3 Foot Pedal

Download PDF: XK-3 Foot Pedal DD.pdf

Sketchup 3D Model

We offer this Sketchup model as a 3D rendering of the XK-3 Foot Pedal for viewing or planning purposes. Dimensions and details of the model, while reasonably accurate, should not be used for critical specifications.

View or download this model in Sketchup 3D Warehouse.

X-keys for Android

MacroWorks 3.1 for Windows (free download)

  • Launch programs, insert Unicode, open files and directories, select tools and more
  • Can write macros to X-keys memory for Hardware Mode macro programming
  • Control backlighting globally or for individual keys
  • Create custom scripting with Visual Basic (Software Mode only)
  • Compatible with Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista (32 or 64 bit) and Windows XP (32 bit only)
  • Free technical support via email or phone
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P.I. Engineering SDK (free download)

  • Microsoft Visual Studio code examples in C# 2008 Express, C++ 2005, and VB.NET 2008 Express
  • Read all key and control states
  • Control all backlighting and indicator LEDs
  • Free technical support via email or phone
  • Linux SDK provides a cross-platform solution for Linux, Windows, and Mac also available

Keycaps

USB Extender

Extend your X-keys up to 150 feet via CAT 5 or equivalent network cable.

Android Application Samples

Mobile Developer Resources

  • Integrate X-keys with your app
  • Use a communication channel independent of other input
  • No collision of programmed X-keys with Android standard features
  • Retain functionality of on-screen keyboard

Method 1

Use our X-keys Android app to set up all keys on the X-keys as game controller buttons with values 17 and higher. This prevents them from conflicting with keyboard, mouse, or game controller input from other input devices. Then incorporate a dispatchKeyEvent to "read" these buttons. This is easy on Android and, unlike Windows, you get the sending device so you know it is an X-keys sending the button event. See the free code samples: PIGameController and PIJoyKeys.

Method 2

Read and/or write X-keys USB HID data reports directly. This method will allow the developer complete control over the indicator and backlighting LEDs. See X-keys SDK for Android for free code samples for detecting and reading/writing the state of all controls and indicators.