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Offline ergya

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Re: Soarer's WYSE Converter firmware
« Reply #150 on: Thu, 20 September 2018, 17:14:06 »
...After closing the J1 pins I reflashed the controller with 1.12...

I'm not sure that's right. "1.12" sounds like a version of Soarer's converter firmware. For a Wyse converter I think you should be using version 1.30, as found way down at the bottom of the first post in this thread.

You are absolutely right, I got the link from my friend and I just grabbed whatever was there. I really appreciate your help I owe you a bier :). And now we have a fully functioning WYSE keyboard over USB :P. Big thanks to Soarer too wherever he is. So lessons learned there are 2 firmwares, I believe 1 for terminal WYSE keyboards, 1 for AT/XT...

Offline Hypersphere

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Re: Soarer's WYSE Converter firmware
« Reply #151 on: Sat, 22 September 2018, 07:39:25 »
@Hypersphere it's a PCE INT'L #840362-01
Thanks. It's an attractive board -- looks brand new.

Offline pivanow

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Link Wyse Keyboard
« Reply #152 on: Sat, 09 March 2019, 08:41:29 »
Working Link keyboard with this converter. It's actually a Wyse 980112-01 model.

Numeric keys will have to be remaped.

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Offline invariance

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Re: Link Wyse Keyboard
« Reply #153 on: Sat, 20 April 2019, 17:14:17 »
Working Link keyboard with this converter. It's actually a Wyse 980112-01 model.

Numeric keys will have to be remaped.

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Looks very neat and tidy.
The only BS I
want to hear is
from a Model M:
PN:1391401
DOB: 04FEB87
      Wyse 85      Mtek K104

Offline mlev6

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Re: Soarer's WYSE Converter firmware
« Reply #154 on: Sat, 24 August 2019, 17:05:21 »
I have a question: is there a modern pcb on the market that fits the wyse/50/60 terminal layouts (like the picture pivanow posted above)? The reason I ask is I really love the condensed 101 key layout on the wyse - it is my favorite over even 96s. I kind of want to keep everything about my wyse keyboard - including the mounting plate etc, but just modernize the pcb to something that can directly hook up usb/ wireless as well as programmable LEDs. Thanks!

Offline kelvinhall05

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Re: Soarer's WYSE Converter firmware
« Reply #155 on: Mon, 11 May 2020, 18:44:41 »
Hi guys, wired this up to my PCE and while it works, it is outputting the wrong scancodes compared to the key on the board (like, M puts out ], numlock puts out 0, it's just all ****ed up). Also, all three lock lights stay lit up, although maybe the locks are just on or something idk. Any ideas? Thanks!