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hasu:
Check this post for detailed information of the converter.
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=69169.0



Its dimension is 24mm*58mm*11mm including connectors.



How to order
Please check this notes on shipping under COVID-2019 pandemic before ordering.

Email me with subject including 'USB-USB' and let me know your country. My email is: hasu@tmk-kbd.com. You will receive PayPal invoice.

You can get this converter from 1upkeyboards.com now instead especially if you are located in the US and Canada. 2020-11-10


Price
Converter: $57USD $60USD $63UD - Components cost is rising due to its scarcity in the market now.(2021-08-24, 2021-10-05)
Shipping: $8USD per order. It may vary depending on your location. Check this also.
This is shipped via air registered mail from Tokyo, Japan and takes usually 7-20 days for most countries.


Lead Time
The converters will be shipped usually in a week and you will receive email with tracking number from Japan Post. Check junk mail folder too.
Let me know if you don't get tracking number within 10 working days after payment.

TheNeonKnight:
Hasu, In the TMK USB to USB converter config if I were to use something like a Unicomp PC122 which comes natively as USB the config is missing the left hand function keys as well as the key that would go below the down arrow. Also, if I wanted to split the numpad 0 into 2 seperate keys how could this be accomplished on the software end?

hasu:
See this post. Thanks.
https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=69169.msg2986331#msg2986331


--- Quote from: TheNeonKnight on Tue, 01 December 2020, 11:00:24 ---Hasu, In the TMK USB to USB converter config if I were to use something like a Unicomp PC122 which comes natively as USB the config is missing the left hand function keys as well as the key that would go below the down arrow. Also, if I wanted to split the numpad 0 into 2 seperate keys how could this be accomplished on the software end?

--- End quote ---



TheNeonKnight:
Ah I see, thank you!

srucontrol:
Hasu, I just purchased this device and it arrived pretty quickly :) Unfortunately I'm having some issues getting it to work properly.

I open qmk toolbox, plug in the converter, press the button on the converter, then hit open, select the hex file, and then hit flash. I then plug in my keyboard in but it doesn't seem to work.
Am I doing it correctly? I accidentally pressed the button on the converter while my keyboard was plugged in the first time. Would that affect it? I have done the "correct" process since then of course.

I'm following this video from Taran at LTT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZEoss4XIgc&t=518s
and using this hex file: https://github.com/TaranVH/2nd-keyboard/blob/master/HASU_USB/F24_with_modifiers/F24_with_modifiers.hex

Hopefully I can figure the issue out because it seems like your product is really great!
Thanks,
Srucontrol

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