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Offline ErgoMacros

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Re: Lot of 4 colorful Reuters mini-boards, $89 shipped
« Reply #50 on: Thu, 04 January 2018, 15:30:48 »
or if we could find docs on this one, or if we had one to reverse-engineer...
Today's quote: '...“but then the customer successfully broke that.”

Offline ErgoMacros

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Re: Lot of 4 colorful Reuters mini-boards, $89 shipped
« Reply #51 on: Thu, 04 January 2018, 15:32:19 »
or if we could find docs on this one, or if we had one to reverse-engineer...
Today's quote: '...“but then the customer successfully broke that.”

Offline Photoelectric

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Re: Lot of 4 colorful Reuters mini-boards, $89 shipped
« Reply #52 on: Thu, 04 January 2018, 15:51:23 »
Very cool.  Wonder if they'd work with my WEY connector box...  I need to look at it.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/photoelectric_effect/12196066056/in/album-72157640265177153/

I might be interested in one of these.
- Keyboards: LZ-GH (Jailhouse Blues)M65-a  ||  To be built: MIRA SE, E8-V1, MOON TKL
- Keyboard Case Painting Tips -
- Join Mechanical Keyboards photography group on Flickr -

Offline kinglukas38

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Re: Lot of 4 colorful Reuters mini-boards, $89 shipped
« Reply #53 on: Thu, 04 January 2018, 16:23:17 »
I'm fine with offering 40+28 for shipping if these can get converted. I'd actually want to use one
I've never done it before, but I'm pretty sure I'm good at it

Offline ErgoMacros

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Re: Lot of 4 colorful Reuters mini-boards, $89 shipped
« Reply #54 on: Fri, 05 January 2018, 12:01:39 »
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Very cool.  Wonder if they'd work with my WEY connector box...  I need to look at it.

@Photoelectric:
  Based on my experience ti date of reverse-engineering the G80-9009 and it's Breakout Box, I'd say
this keypad "must be" either RS232 with a line for transmit, or a PS/2 Data and Clock (2 lines) protocol.

  Either way, based in the WEY HC200C docs I've seen I believe these are electrically comparable.
  However, I can't speak to the scan codes that are sent, and what the computer would do with them.
Today's quote: '...“but then the customer successfully broke that.”