Originally Posted by Secretninja
Is that a model m terminal board in the top of the photo? Did you get it to work?
No, it's a heavily modified Model F AT (2 Alt keys added, space bar cut short, "\" key moved and enlarged, , second ctrl key added, ctrl keys relocated to typical model M position, function keys converted to dedicated media keys, normal backspace and enter key added, Fn key placed where capslock is typically placed on Model M's, 1 through + keys double as F1 through F12, capslock relocated to numberpad, esc relocated to left side of keyboard, doublehigh keys on numberpad cut down and enter key added to numberpad).
If you are looking to get a terminal board to be compatible with modern PCs you need to add a teensy controller to it & load the teensy with Soarer's converter code. I did the same to a Model F XT (below) and it is now fully functional with modern PCs and uses a USB cable instead of a 5pin DIN cable.Edited by _AKIMbO_ - 8/13/12 at 2:09pm