RT2000 Logical Device 2 Joystick Device

Category: Input Devices
Manufacturer: Realtek
Caution Level: Medium
Download File Size: N/A
Operating System: Windows 95
Latest Version / Release Date: N/A / N/A

Windows device driver information for RT2000 Logical Device 2 Joystick Device

The RT2000 Logical Device 2 Joystick Device is capable of receiving users’ movements and then translating them into a string of 0s and 1s which is the computer’s language (ASCII). The fundamental idea behind joystick devices is to translate a plastic stick movements’ into electronic information that can be understood by the computer system. Joystick devices can also be utilized in various kinds of machines such as wheelchairs, backhoes and fighter jets. The different technologies used by joystick devices mainly differ in how much information they are capable of passing. The simplest joystick technology is used in older game consoles. This simple design is comprised of a plastic base with rubber coating and with a stick attached to it. This plastic base is used to house the circuit board that is located directly under the attached stick. The circuit board consists of some printed wires that are capable of connecting to a number of contact terminals. From these contact points, ordinary wires extend to the computer system.

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In the event that a computer senses a charge coming from a particular wire, it instantly knows that a joystick device like the RT2000 Logical Device 2 Joystick Device is in the proper location to completely finish that specific circuit. When users push the stick forward, the forward switch will be closed and when users push the stick left, the left switch will be closed and so on. In some joystick designs, the computer system identifies a diagonal position in the even that the device closes 2 switches such as closing both the left and forward switch concurrently would translate to a leftward/ forward diagonal position. The firing buttons on a joystick device functions the same way as well. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and RT2000 Logical Device 2 Joystick Device errors before installing any driver updates.