Anyone out there have an SK-7100 keyboard's base station working with a ps2 port? I've got several GCT units and one HTPC. I'd like to get the HTPC to be able to listen to the Airboard. The regular base station that comes with the keyboard has a ps2 keyboard and db9 mouse (serial) connector. Many mice can work on serial ports but some require unusual adapters. As in, most are normal but some like kensington trackballs tend to want their own flavor of adapter.
So what adapter does the sk-7100 want?
RE:sk-7200 serial mouse ps2 adapter? (modified 0 times)
The SK-7100 and SK-7500 comes in three options 'Serial', 'Dual PS/2' or 'Combo' option. The 'Serial' option receiver has a PS/2 keyboard connector and a RS-232 serial pointing device connector attached to the y-shaped cable. The 'Dual PS/2' option means there are two PS/2 connectors on receiver. One is for the keyboard, another is for PS/2 mouse. The 'Combo' option means the DB-9 connector on the receiver can support a serial mouse and PS/2 mouse with bundled proprietary adapter. If you already have a 'Serial' option SK-7100 you cannot subsequently use the 'Combo' proprietary adapter to use a PS/2 connection because the chip on the 'Serial' option keyboard is not configured for PS/2 operation.
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