THE BEST & THE Joystick / Gamepad / Keyboard (as mouse/gamepad emulator) for
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Adapter featuresConnect most Mouse / Gamepad / Joystick or Keyboard to your retro computer(which doesn't require any additional drivers on PC) via USB socket - wired or wireless receiver.Click on this link to buy * TOM2 FULL SET * with a MOUSEfor Amiga 600, Atari ST, TT, MEGA ST or Commodore 64Support mostAmiga, Atari ST / Falcon / TT and C=64 / 128.Easy reconfigurable(no need to open case just use your mouse - setting stored).
No need to install any drivers,programs on above OS.
Works perfectly with most mouses including wireless,tested on: Workbench, TOS and GEOS.
Hot plug- just plug or swap your favourite device any time.Use both connected mouse and keyboard on one dongle-mouse to move cursor on your OS and keyboard to play your favourite games.Configure your favourite buttonsfor Gamepad / Joystick -up to 10reconfigurable buttons -including Autofire for button 1 and 2.Amiga CD32 games supported- play games with up to7 buttons.
Emulating mouseon Gamepad / Joystick.
Connect most known PSX gamepadto our adapter.MANUAL INSTRUCTION1. Purpose of the interface.2. Installation.3. Configuration (Amiga, Atari, C64).4. Use of the interface.5. Reset to default settings.1. PURPOSE OF THE INTERFACE The TOM interface is dedicated for computers like AMIGA, Atari ST, Atari FALCON, Atari TT and C64, it allows connecting such peripherals via the USB as mouse, joystick, pad or a keyboard (including the wireless keyboards) designed for PC-class computers, which do not require installation of additional drivers (HID compatible device). You can connect multiple devices to the adapter with use of a USB dongle (e.g. mouse and keyboard). Commodore 64 mouse is used in 1351 mode. Ways to connect and functionality are described further in the document.2. INSTALLATION Adapter can be connected, depending on needs, to any given port (mouse or joystick) it should be inserted (plugged into a port) before the power is on. Attention: Connecting the device to an operating computer might cause damage to the computer port. However connecting of USB peripheral is possible while the computer is powered on (Hot-plug mode) and it can be connected and disconnected multiple times. While the device is operating a LED light indicated its status.3. CONFIGURATION ( AMIGA / ATARI / C64 ) Changing the operating mode is possible only with use of a mouse and is available one second after the computer is turned on. To change the adapter operating mode it is necessary to: - turn the computer on and press (for the time of adapter configuration): • Left mouse button – to set the adapter to Amiga mode • Right mouse button - to set the adapter to Atari/ST/Falcon/TT mode • Middle mouse button – to set the adapter to C64 mode - next you need to press another mouse button quickly until the LED stops flashing: • Right – for Amiga computers - one flash • Left for Atari ST/Falcon/TT computers - two flashes • Left for C64 computers - three flashes - once the operation is finished you need to stop pressing both mouse buttons The whole operation must be performed within few seconds since the computer startup. Later reconfiguration attempts are impossible. Proper device configuration ensures that the settings are saved, therefore the adapted do not require reconfiguration at next startup.4. USE OF THE INTERFACE Adapter automatically detects the type of the device connected which is signalized by the LED as follows: - LED dimms every 2s. – mouse, - LED dims twice each 2s. – joystick or pad, - LED dims for three times each 2s. – keyboard. If the LED flashed alternately it means, that the device is not connected or it is not supported. MOUSE PC mouse button Function Left Left mouse button Roll (button) Middle mouse button Right Right mouse button KEYBOARD The connected keyboard operates in two modes: - mouse emulation with use of keys, - joystick emulation with use of keys. Attention: Emulation mode for C64 is experimental (some difficulties might occur). Button Function W Move up (both modes) S Move down (both modes) A Move left (both modes) D Ruch w right (both modes) O or < Fire1 or left mouse button in mouse emulation mode P or > Fire2 or right mouse button in mouse emulation mode 9 or K Autofire for Fire 1 button 0 or L Autofire for Fire 2 button 1 Switch to mouse emulation mode (short LED flash) 2 Switch to joystick emulation mode (short LED flash) Once the emulation mode is being chosen it is remembered and set as a default mode at the next startup. MOUSE + KEYBOARD (wireless set) It allows using both devices simultaneously on terms described separately for the mouse and for the keyboard. JOYSTICK / PAD Joysticks and pads operate in modes listed below: - standard joystick for all kinds of computers (Amiga, Atari, C64) - mouse emulation for all kinds of computers (Amiga, Atari, C64) - in CD32 mode (only for Amiga computers), this mode is supported only for games that support this mode. Default configuration : Button (Alternative) Joystick mode Mouse emulation Amiga CD32 games mode 1 (Triangle) Fire 1 Left mouse button Red 2 (Circle) Fire 2 Right mouse button Blue 3 (X) Yellow 4 (Square) Green 5 (L1) << 6 (R1) >> 7 (L2) Autofire for Fire 1 Autofire Red 8 (R2) Autofire for Fire 2 Autofire Blue 9 10 (Select) Start/Pause The alternative buttons description is purely conventional and it might be different from the one present in here. Change in operating mode ( joystick mode / mouse emulation) happens through simultaneous pressing and holding of 9 and 10 buttons on a pad or joystick and further pressing button: - 1 which causes the mouse emulation mode to start, - 2 which causes the joystick mode to start. After pressing the LED will dim and then quickly flash which means that the interface has been configure correctly and you can release all buttons. Attention: those settings are not saved therefore at next computer startup the default mode would be Pad/Joystick. The CD32 mode is automatically detected in joystick mode after a certain game is started. There is an option to re-programme the button settings to adjust the to your needs. To perform it we need press simultaneously pad or joystick buttons as follows: - Button 1 + Button 2 + left direction and hold it for 10s (LED starts flashing quickly) now we have 15s. to programme the buttons of a pad by pressing 10 buttons one after another according to our needs.5. RESET TO DEFAULT SETTINGS In case of any configuration difficulties we can return to default settings (only with use of a mouse) – we need to press all three buttons for 10 seconds after that time the LED will start flashing quickly and alternately for 3 seconds period, after that the settings are set back to default values.