sales at elecplus.com
Mon May 18 16:20:37 CDT 2020
Do you guys want original LK201s, or other keyboards that LOOK like LK201s
in the caps and layout, or converters?
I am a little confused... LK201 clones do not have the clip offset on the
terminal connector, so you would have to replace the connector. I have no
idea if the protocol, voltage, etc is the same.
From: cctalk [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Sophie
Haskins via cctalk
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2020 3:41 PM
To: Paul Koning; General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts
Subject: Re: LK201 emulation
I would absolutely be interested in this - while I'd love to use original
hardware where possible, it's not always easy to get peripherals at the same
time as machines. A long term dream of mine is to build some sort of
general-purpose box that can make connections to arbitrary vintage computer
keyboard/mouse/video ports, and connect in to modern HDMI & USB peripherals
to make it easier to just pull a machine off the shelf and get going.
> On May 17, 2020, at 5:13 PM, Paul Koning via cctalk
<cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> I've been having problems with broken LK201s, so as a workaround I created
an adapter that connects to a standard PC USB keyboard and makes it look
like an LK201. It's based on an Arduino (specifically, Adafruit Trinket M0,
an amazingly tiny yet powerful small microprocessor).
> It's working at this point, though it needs a few small software tweaks to
make it complete. I'm going to turn my breadboard into something slightly
> Question to the list: is this something that would be of interest to
others? If yes, I can make the design available. Perhaps the PCB layout
and parts list. I don't think I want to get into building units for others,
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