Razer huntsman v2 analog actuation too sensitive

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by jameszaa52, Jul 29, 2022.

  1. jameszaa52

    jameszaa52 New Member

    i press about 50% of the key, the synapse see it as 100%. it's happen with all key, is there anyway to re-calibrate the optical sensor ?
     
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  2. JulianKapa

    JulianKapa Well-Known Member

    Is this for the primary or secondary key function?
    100% probably means that's as far down the key's travel that it can actuate, which is probably set by the mechanical aspect of the key - the part that blocks the laser or allows that laser to shine through the little window in the switch to activate it.
     
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  3. jameszaa52

    jameszaa52 New Member

    i'm not sure what you mean by primary or secondary key function, but right now i set all the key actuation to 3.6mm,
    if i press down just a little,it's get input already. and i see the percentage of the input show that even i press down just a little, it's almost hit 3.6 level. so i'm not sure if it the keyboard problem or it's just usual behavior of this model
     
  4. JulianKapa

    JulianKapa Well-Known Member

    This keyboard has switches which can provide 2 functions. I'm not sure what settings it has exactly (such as if you can disable the secondary function). When you press the switch a little, it activates the "primary" function. When you press the switch down further, it activates the secondary function.
     
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