I'm looking for a hardware solution to communicate with a proximity sensor. I think it can be accomplished with your products.
Background: My client makes consumer products, one uses a proximity sensor to trigger the device.
My goal is to read input from a modified client product for a trade show kiosk. The product uses a proximity sensor which I must interface with Adobe Air.
The engineer says they can modify a unit to send a serial string over USB. It will have two wires coming out that can connect to a TTL to USB converter.
What I hope to find here is a product that can interface the product and produce a keyboard stroke as this is easy to listen for and react to in Adobe Air. In liue of a keyboard stroke, some other mechanism to monitor the sensor.
This is not something I am familiar with - any background information would be greatly appreciated.
I did find an AIR native extension (ANE) that provides access to serial port/RS232: https://code.google.com/p/as3-arduino-connector/
which led me to this forum.
Thanks for your advice!