IDENTIFY THE KEYBOARD thread

User avatar
rjohn

13 Feb 2021, 20:42

Hello

I've found this AT keyboard :
Image
Image

not a great shape and missing some key caps,cant read the sticker.

thanks

User avatar
Lalaland124

13 Feb 2021, 20:47

Aren't those buckling springs?

User avatar
Lalaland124

14 Feb 2021, 15:23

Is this the IBM Model M122 or F122 :)?
Attachments
Screenshot_20210214-152239.jpg
Screenshot_20210214-152239.jpg (832.65 KiB) Viewed 904 times
Screenshot_20210214-152226.jpg
Screenshot_20210214-152226.jpg (1018.74 KiB) Viewed 904 times

User avatar
fohat
Elder Messenger

14 Feb 2021, 15:34

M

Those numbers usually start with 138 or 139, F-122 numbers usually start with 611.

Rhododendron

14 Feb 2021, 19:17

Nixdorf keyboard with ominous switches. Does anyone have an idea what these are?
Attachments
$_57 (5).jpg
$_57 (5).jpg (199.35 KiB) Viewed 856 times
$_57 (4).jpg
$_57 (4).jpg (145.71 KiB) Viewed 856 times
$_57 (3).jpg
$_57 (3).jpg (227.57 KiB) Viewed 856 times

Go-Kart

15 Feb 2021, 09:32

O.K. guys, Lion Tech. Read a bit about one model being made by Dih Shin bit I can find little else. More interested in this style of dome with slider; haven't seen one like it before. Anyone recognise it?

Adam
Attachments
s-l1600.jpg
s-l1600.jpg (354.55 KiB) Viewed 786 times
s-l1600 (2).jpg
s-l1600 (2).jpg (174.53 KiB) Viewed 786 times
s-l1600 (1).jpg
s-l1600 (1).jpg (253.13 KiB) Viewed 786 times
Dome Slider Mystery.jpg
Dome Slider Mystery.jpg (235.52 KiB) Viewed 786 times


Tonyv_73

15 Feb 2021, 18:17

https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/98 ... ter-pieces Is this a Beamspring? (I call dibs on one if anyones interested in the other 3)

User avatar
JP!

15 Feb 2021, 18:45

Tonyv_73 wrote:
15 Feb 2021, 18:17
https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/98 ... ter-pieces Is this a Beamspring? (I call dibs on one if anyones interested in the other 3)
Not a Beamspring. This is Xerox, not IBM.

User avatar
hellothere

17 Feb 2021, 19:46

Rhododendron wrote:
14 Feb 2021, 19:17
Nixdorf keyboard with ominous switches. Does anyone have an idea what these are?
wiki/Fujitsu_Siemens_KBPC_S2

Rubber dome.

User avatar
Lalaland124

18 Feb 2021, 12:57

Found this online for 6euros, is this an Alps switch?
Attachments
Screenshot_20210218-125632.jpg
Screenshot_20210218-125632.jpg (1.49 MiB) Viewed 511 times

Findecanor

18 Feb 2021, 13:52

Lalaland124 wrote:
18 Feb 2021, 12:57
Found this online for 6euros, is this an Alps switch?
Please use the IDENTIFY THE KEYSWITCH thread when you know the keyboard but not the switch.

BTW. The Switch recognition guide is also a good resource, although I can't identify this one there.

User avatar
kbdfr
The Tiproman

18 Feb 2021, 16:26

Lalaland124 wrote:
18 Feb 2021, 12:57
Found this online for 6euros, is this an Alps switch?
The pic obviously shows a typewriter, the switch seems to be a Cherry M9:
wiki/Cherry_M9

User avatar
Lalaland124

20 Feb 2021, 11:20

Thx, will post it in the right forum the next time - my apologies :)

User avatar
leetuser

22 Feb 2021, 07:13

I have a buckling spring board here. I looked up the FCC ID it seems to belong to Can Technologies. There's even an entry in the wiki about the FCC ID but this keyboard is different. No model or manufacturer listed but it lists the same patent numbers. It's clearly newer as it has windows keys.
Attachments
IMG_20210222_005904.jpg
IMG_20210222_005904.jpg (141.61 KiB) Viewed 290 times
IMG_20210222_010035.jpg
IMG_20210222_010035.jpg (285.75 KiB) Viewed 294 times
IMG_20210222_010027.jpg
IMG_20210222_010027.jpg (262.11 KiB) Viewed 294 times

Findecanor

22 Feb 2021, 12:56

Branded "Syncan" or "Can". The model number is there in the FCC ID after the grantee code. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=un65h8NWSAE

davkol

24 Feb 2021, 11:34

There's this ad: ACS (Alpha Computer Systeme)-branded Key Tronic E03623ELGRKTC-C (105key German layout, DIN5 connector) with "Key Tronic MPR II-KEY" on the spacebar.

It's quite clear what keyboard it is (another CIGE03600W), I'm just curious what the "Key Tronic MPR II-KEY" on the spacebar means. I found this older thread where the box reads:
MPR II
Exclusive conductive spacebar for enhanced environmental safety
Is it the grounding?

Post Reply

Return to “Keyboards”