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keyboard connector for supply 5V

Posted on 1998-04-25
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I want to buy a connector to get 5V power from the
keyboard.
I don't want to make the connector alone. I want to buy something fix.
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by:MorFF
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Why do you need 5v from the keyboard specifically.
Is there some reason why you wouldn't want to take it from the power supply directly?

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by:aktis
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I have a small circuit with microproccesor that i want to connect to the serial port and i want power more than the serial port can give to me.
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mugabenp earned 50 total points
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Yes it is possible. There are connectors on the market that will allow you to connect the keyboard and your device. Try any of the computer electronics shops on your area.
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