X-keys XK-24 Black & White Control Solution for Computer

BH #XK1483ABK24R • MFR #XK-1483-UABK24-R
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X-keys XK-24 Black & White Control Solution for Computer
Key Features
  • 24 Dedicated Keys
  • For Handheld, Desktop, or Mounted Use
  • Addressable White Backlighting
  • USB Connection
The XK-24 Black & White Control Solution from X-keys features 24 dedicated keys and is designed for select operating systems via a USB HID port. It has 24 single keys to trigger macros, shortcuts, and applications, select tools or open files or directories. It features a programming button and white backlighting as well. Its' co-injected case is suitable for handheld or desktop applications, and provides a control box for any computer-driven application.
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X-keys XK-24 Overview

The XK-24 Black & White Control Solution from X-keys features 24 dedicated keys and is designed for select operating systems via a USB HID port. It has 24 single keys to trigger macros, shortcuts, and applications, select tools or open files or directories. It features a programming button and white backlighting as well. Its' co-injected case is suitable for handheld or desktop applications, and provides a control box for any computer-driven application.

Suitable for handheld, desktop, or mounted use
Addressable white backlighting for each key
Use key blockers and tall or wide keycaps to instantly customize the XK-24 for your specific requirements
Detachable feet give a slight angle to make the key legends easier to read
Repositioning keys and feet allow the XK-24 to assume a "landscape" orientation with four rows and six columns
Windows MacroWorks 3.1 and Mac ControllerMate for X-keys free programming software
Windows (C++, C#, VB.NET), OS X SDK, Linux (C++), Android (Java), and Raw HID (any language/OS) free software development kits
HID keyboard, HID mouse, HID game controller, and HID multimedia emulation modes
2.5 oz approx. break-over, and 1.5 oz approx. hold actuation force
0.625" square, relegendable with Cherry MX compatible stem keycaps
0.75" O.C. key spacing
5 VDC nominal voltage
IP40 rated for indoor office environment
UPC: 703273014834

X-keys XK-24 Specs

Keys
Number of Keys24
Switch TypeRubber Dome
Actuation Force72 g
Key Size0.63" / 16 mm
Dedicated Multimedia KeysYes
Connectivity
Connection TypeWired
System ConnectionUSB Type-A
USB PortsNone
AudioNone
Full-Functionality OS SupportMac, Windows
General
BacklightYes, Individually Lit
BacklightingSet Colors Blue, Red, White (Individually Lit)
Built-In Control DeviceNone
Wrist RestNone
Power
Maximum Current Consumption75 mA
Environmental
CertificationsCE, FCC, RoHS, WEEE, as per Manufacturer
Operating Temperature-4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C
Physical
Cable Length118" / 3 m
IP RatingIP40
Dimensions (L x W x H)5.8 x 3.8 x 0.9" / 147.3 x 96.5 x 22.9 mm
Weight10 oz / 284 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.045 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.9 x 6.3 x 2.5"
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question

Does it work with Linux?
Asked by: Anonymous
It can be programmed to send keystrokes saved in an onboard memory. So it will work with any device that supports USB keyboard. They also offer a free Linux SDK for programmers.
Answered by: Dan S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

How does it display on the computer screen? I ...

How does it display on the computer screen? I connected it but it only on devices and printers section nothing else
Asked by: Mandla
You need to use the ControllerMate app to program it. There are some tutorials online
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-27

question

Is this a single layer keypad? I thought I've seen pic of this where the keys are back lit red and was hoping the red was a second layer.
Asked by: Dean F.
You can only use a 'second layer' in Software Mode, not Hardware Mode. This requires the assignment of a modifier key, along with some logic to control the backlights accordingly. If you use a Mac, the included software will make this process very easy. If you use Windows, the included software may not support what you are describing.
Answered by: ALEX K.
Date published: 2020-11-27
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