Active USB to PS2 Adapter

Sewell Part # SW-7505

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4.4 (46 reviews)

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Overview

Connect PS/2 legacy keyboards to your computer via USB with this Active USB to PS/2 adapter.

If your legacy keyboard has lasted this long, you know it's reliable. Don't give up classic keyboard support and use the USB to PS/2 adapter to connect keyboards via USB.

Active adapter:
By using an active adapter, more keyboards are supported which means your keyboard is more likley to work without any hassles.

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Specifications

Mfg. Part Number

  • UA-270

Brand

  • Sewell

Features

  • Supports one PS/2 device or keyboard, and converts it to the USB interface
  • Easy to install, no software driver required
  • No power adapter is needed
  • Complies to USB 1.0, 1.1, and 2.0 specification
  • Only bus-power mode used
  • Plug and play

Package Contents

  • USB to PS/2 Adapter
  • User Manual

Reviews

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Most helpful reviews

Works with my HanaHo HotRod SE

Stevenoj - 2/16/2011 11:22:33 AM

6 found this review helpful


Pros: Works perfectly with my HanaHo HotRod SE Control Panel. Where I once needed a PS2 input on my PC I now use a USB. This is good because my PC does not have a PS2 input and most new PCs do not. It made a great non-usable product usable again. :)

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Works fine

mrmcgibby - 6/25/2013 11:33:38 AM

6 found this review helpful


Pros: Works fine. No issues.

Cons: form factor could be better, but not a big deal

Other:

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Works for me

dankos - 12/10/2013 11:54:08 AM

5 found this review helpful


Pros: Along with an AT to PS/2 converter I was able to connect an old Kinesis keyboard into a USB port.

Cons: If your PC has closely spaced USB ports it may block neighboring ports because of its size.

Other: Today's keyboards are just awful. I have IBM (PS/2) and Kinesis (AT) keyboards from the '90s that I wanted to keep using. However, they won't work with my newest PC, which has USB inputs. I was told that I needed an active PS/2 to USB converter, not a passive converter. I tried other "active" converters with no success. This one works.

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totally worth it

- 6/20/2017 4:06:31 PM

I had several custom PS2 keyboards for a specific application that a client wanted to use on some newer Dell workstations. The workstations had PS2 ports, but the keyboards weren't recognized. After some googling, it became clear that it was a Windows OS issue. I lost a day and a half troubleshooting and fighting with the OS when I found these. Plugged them in and voila - problem solved!

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IT WORKS

Goaskal - 3/24/2017 2:35:42 PM

It works. I am using it to connect a very old AT keyboard to USB (with my old AT to PS2 adapter.) Most PS2 to USB adapters I have tried won't work with the other PS2 to USB adapters I have bought This adapter works! I can keep using my specialized AT style keyboard.

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Adapter allows me to use the Dell Quiet Key Keyboard

- 2/5/2017 11:24:04 AM

The only one I have found that allows me to use my favorite keyboard, Dell Quietkey.

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Nice adapter for PS/2 keyboard

Earl - 2/3/2017 12:56:04 PM

I've had this adapter for about a month, using it to connect a PS/2 keyboard to a laptop. So far, it's been working great. My keyboard is an expensive ergonomic GoldTouch, so it's saving me a lot of money not to have to replace it.

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Does as advertised!

Matt - 10/20/2016 7:01:14 PM

Works well, no excessive packaging, fast responsive connection.

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Questions

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Question:

Can I use this device to connect a ps/2 scanner to a usb port on a pc?


Answer:

While this is specifically designed for a mouse or keyboard, we have had customers get these to work with Scanners and other PS/2 devices.

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