GlidePoint TM023023 Gamepad

GlidePoint TM050025 Specifications
Interface I2C
Operating Systems Compatible with all standard mouse drivers. No custom driver installation is required.
Contact your Cirque representative for more information.
Physical Parameters Diameter: 23.2 mm.
Radius: 11.6 mm.
Module Circumference: 62.8 mm.

Active Sensing Area 23 x 23 mm
Operating Temperature -40 to 85° C
Operating Humidity 5% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature -40 to 125° C
ESD 12 kV when properly mounted in bezel
Environmental EMI tolerant and manufactured RoHS compliant

The GlidePoint TM023023 is a unique gamepad, which can be used in controllers for console gaming. The TM023023 provides a high precision input experience for gaming.
 In addition to game controllers, the TM023023 is an ideal solution for a variety of products.


  • Game controllers
  • Remote controls
  • Headphones
  • Wireless keyboards
  • Industrial control panels
  • Medical instruments
  • Portable instrumentation


  • Superior navigation and high responsiveness
  • Low-power consumption
  • Cirque Integrated Touch
  • Based on GlidePoint image sensing touch technology
  • Easy product integration due to thin, lightweight design
  • I2C (10-pin FFC connector) compatibility
  • No maintenance required – no moving parts and immune to dust and abuse
  • OS independant embedded features mean no additional drivers needed

Power efficiency of any application is improved with an "idle mode," where the touchpad’s current draw is reduced when a finger is not touching its surface.

The gamepad is fully compatible with standard Windows mouse drivers. No additional driver is required to activate many of its advanced features. For custom functionality at the product design stage, Cirque offers software that allows OEMs to enable, disable, or personalize advanced settings and/or reprogram the touch sensitive area.

Custom designed sensors are also possible.  The hardware and firmware of the TM023023 is easily scalable enabling a wide range of sensor sizes.