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Mon May 18 16:27:57 CDT 2020
> On May 18, 2020, at 5:20 PM, Electronics Plus via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> 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.
I think you're confused between terminals and keyboards.
LK201 keyboards don't have offset clips (MMJ connectors). Instead, they use a standard telephone handset connector.
What I was talking about is a way to use a PC USB keyboard in place of an LK201, when your last remaining real LK201 has just failed. That involves a USB jack, a LK201-compatible handset jack, some electronics, and software to speak the protocols involved. That's what I have just prototyped.
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