Precision Rotary Control with
the most strikingly attractive
Spinner Tops available anywhere!
Now the worlds first Full-Speed USB Spinner!
- Uses a range of CNC machined anodised alloy tops, the best
- New range of sculptured-top knobs in addition to the larger
- Two modes of operation:
- Can be used as a lightweight
Super High Resolution
Low-Inertia Trackwheel control as used in "Arkanoid"
- Can also be used as a
spinner with the addition of one of
two sizes of fly-weight to provide inertia giving long spin-times of up
to 20 seconds.
- Correctly-designed flywheels
with mass concentrated at the
resolution. Unbeatable 1200 pulses per
- Super-tough quality.
Unit is manufactured by a
of encoders for high-speed motor usage and is almost identical to their
- Dual sealed ball-bearing
races give the ultimate in smooth
- One-Piece bearing
housing/body CNC machined from a solid
- Available in two versions,
for direct connection to USB, or
for connection to our Opti-PAC or Mini-PAC interfaces.
- In USB mode, USB
2.0 enables a 16-bit interface and a faster packet-rate than USB 1.1
Vital to avoid slowdown or backspin.
- Usage not limited to gaming!
Also suitable for precision
control applications, CNC interfacing and other rotary measurement
|SpinTrak with small
||SpinTrak with large
|Optional 6 inch mini
steering wheel (160mm)
|USB Version. Has 3 Mouse
button connections .
The Mini-PAC wiring harness is supplied with an adaptor header. The
connection from the harness to the SpinTrak should look like this:
Connection to Opti-PAC
For Opti-PAC connection, the 4-pin connector fitted to the device must
be cut off and the wires stripped back. They are connected as follows:
Mouse buttons are connected to 3 pins on the header as shown
in the picture below.
The COM connection of both switches should be connected to COM and the
normally-open connection of each switch to the LEFT or RIGHT pin.
Spinner Top Dimensions:
Small with sculptured top: 38mm
Note owing to tight tolerances to avoid runout the flywheel might need
to be removed by using the knob to hold the shaft and twist off the
flywheel (remove both the screws first!).