• SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
  • SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
  • SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
  • SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
  • SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
  • SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter
SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter

SANOXY USB to PS/2 Adapter

SKU:HAB00007AP2O
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  • Compliant with the Standard Specification of USB 1.0 and 1.1
  • Sanoxy USB to PS2 Cable Converts two PS/2 devices (Keyboard and Mouse) to the USB Interface
  • Converts the PC PS/2 port of KVM switch to USB port (PC or SUN platforms)
  • Supports standard PS/2 Mouse and Microsoft Intell-Mouse
  • Supports Bus-Power meaning no power adapter is needed

Customer Reviews

Great googly moogly it worked!It works! Was a bit hesitant because the "price was too low". I attached the adapter to the USB 2.x port on my Dell work PC docking station (Dell Latitude D630). My objective: be able to use an old Logitech YRB6 wireless keyboard with this PC. That was back when Logitech wasn't yet producing throwaway keyboards.After connecting the Logitech receiver to the adapter and then pressing the paring buttons on the keyboard and adapter, sweet magic occurred and the keyboard worked like a charm. The function buttons on the top of the keyboard like for volume and muting and email and browsers don't work. The sleep button works tho. And I couldn't care less... never used those buttons much anyway.I recommend you try this product before spending more dough unnecessarilly.My level of tech savvy is high.... but wasn't at all needed for this painless operation.Note to Logitech.... stop selling crap, remember your past. 5Caveat EmptorI've had very good luck with purchasing cheap cables. They usually originate from Hong Kong. Unfortunately, to my surprise, this cable came from Brunei Darussalem! I had to look it up to see where it was mailed from. It came from a little sovereign state on the Malaysia island. I plugged this adapter in and sure enough, it did not work. I took the center section apart and checked the solder joints, scraped any solder between the pads, and reassembled. It worked one time and then failed. These guys must buy the rejects from a company and resell them. Don't take a chance on purchasing this cable. 1Works with WIn7 and Linux ONLY when used with a USB hub though ....still ... it worksNoting that I have just gotten this today and can NOT SPEAK on longevity I have to just say that it seems cheaply made but for the price its what I expected. It DOES WORK ... sort of ... I really hope people who may be "stuck" with one of these that do not work can see this review.Plugging the USB end into my 2009 era Toshiba AND 2006-2007 HP Desktop does NOT WORK ... however I have plugged the adapter into my newly purchasd USB HUB (where i was going to plug this adapter into anyway) and THAT works fine ... I can not speak for mice at the time of me typing this though my 15+ year old Logitech PS/2 KB is what I am typing this on now. If this adapter holds up over time and I'd just have to plug it into a hub (note: hub IS A POWERED USB hub though the power cord does not have to be connected to use this) ... I am happy with this thought not all users are tech savy or have a hub ... I am not sure if other adapters for a little bit more suffer from the same issue or if you plug those directly into your machine, they will work ASAPAlso due to hardware failure I can only say I have tried this with Windows 7 and Ubuntu Mate and its the same thing as what I said above ... with the hub its gets detected NO PROBLEM ... just for those of you that may run a Linux distro. I have many other distros though I can not test this because my laptop in question is failing ... I am sure it would not be an issue thoughOverall the machine that has the issues is sort of the reason i originally ordered this and I may not have a "need" for this (glad i have it though) ... Overall I think it could have been better but considering it works and the price point ... I CAN'T complain 3It works. But not in games.As I understood, the best solution on the market is called Soarer's Converter, which is exactly ten times more expensive than this item.This thing gets the job done, which is a precious thing on a market full of not working converters, my new old stock BTC works great with it.Enclosure squeaks a bit.Update: I found, that you can't actually game with it. If you are pushing for example "w" for moving forward and then press any other button on the keyboard, moving stops, despite you're still holding the "w".So - yeah, I think I need a $40 converter. 4Works with friend's old PS/2 IBM keyboardI got it so that I could use my HP multimedia keyboard (SK-2960) on a newer system that doesn't have PS/2. All the multimedia and regular keys work. My friend tried it with his old IBM ps/2 keyboard and it worked too. He said he felt it seemed a little slow. I didn't try it so I can't say. It did work though. :) 5Works in newer PC and older one (with a few tweaks)* This product took 2-3 weeks to arrive in Utah. When it finally did arrive, it came with no instruction sheets, no driver disks, nothing indicating a web site to get drivers from, etc. That's OK, though, since drivers do not appear to be needed.* The converter has two female PS2 connectors for the keyboard and the mouse to plug into, but they are not labeled. One is purple and the other is green. If you know the standard color codes (purple = keyboard, green = mouse), then you are OK.* Plugged in a keyboard and mouse and attached it to a (rather modern) Dell XPS 430. This machine recognized the converter "natively" - the keyboard worked in the CMOS setup. The mouse is not used in CMOS, so I was unable to test that. Note that this computer does not have the "normal" keyboard and mouse connectors, so you are forced to use a USB keyboard and mouse, or use a converter like this one.* When Windows Vista came up, both the mouse and keyboard worked as expected.* I did this testing with an old Packard Bell keyboard (so old it doesn't have the "Windows" key) and a somewhat modern HP optical mouse. Also tested it with an original Microsoft Natural Keyboard (part number 59758, circa 1998) and it worked.* My primary goal is to allow me to use the old "Natural" keyboard with modern machines that don't have PS2 jacks, so I tried the converter with just the keyboard plugged into it, and a modern USB mouse plugged into the computer. This worked as well, both in CMOS setup and in Windows Vista.* I also tried the converter in an older Dell Dimension 2400 (a machine that does have built-in PS2 keyboard and mouse ports). It worked in CMOS setup and in the OS Choices menu, but not in Windows XP. Assuming that Windows just needed to "recognize" the device, I left the converter plugged in, hooked the keyboard and mouse up to the motherboard's PS2 ports, and booted to Windows. Then I shut down again, put the keyboard and mouse back into the converter, and booted again. Now Windows recognizes the keyboard and mouse via the converter. Yay!* Note that I did all of this testing the day the converter arrived, so I can not comment on the device's durability. 5Good adapter, but did not work with old PS/2 arcade game controllerWorked with old PS/2 keyboard and mouse, but did not work properly or consistently with a Hanaho Hotrod SE with a modified trackball in the middle (it's an old MAME arcade controller). More info can be found here for anyone curious hxxp://arcadepc.mameworld.info/Controllers.htm. I suspect the y-adapter can't drive sufficient or consistent voltage to simultaneously power the mouse (trackball) and keyboard (joysticks) from a single USB port on my desktop PC, so I am going to try the old fashioned approach and buy 2 different adapters (green for mouse, purple for keyboard) and see if I have any luck. If that doesn't work, I'll be forced to refit the guts of the Hotrod SE. The joys of mixing 20 year old technology with current tech. 4Worked well with a Microsoft keyboardI tried this adapter on a Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard (KB-0168) and even the special keyboard functions seemed to work well. I found no problems using it with a fairly old computer under Windows 10 and I didn't need a USB hub. 5Exceeded my expectationsI'm giving this 5 stars just because it "mostly" works, which exceeded my expectations for some reason. I have used it to plug in an old 2 button, no-wheel MS-PS/2 mouse (itself with a serial to PS/2 adapter), along with a cheap old PS/2 kind-of-compatible keyboard. The keyboard has some weird non-standard keys, such as a "turbo" key. As I'd hoped, all the "normal" keys work... most of the time: When rebooting the laptop, sometimes the row of number keys do not immediately function. At least once the mouse did not immediately function. While removing and reinserting the USB after a reboot has made it work, I find that if I'm patient, it will start working properly on its own after a while. On my laptop, the regular built-in keyboard and mouse pad work just fine as usual when this is plugged in. If you have working PS/2 keyboards and mice laying around, this may give them renewed usefulness for use with computers that have no PS/2 ports. Possibly (I have not tried) even televisions or a game console, etc.. And anything beats the laptop/notebook keyboards and "mouse pads" for any real productivity. I have not yet tried plugging it into a USB hub. 5A Godsend for older equipment!Arrived early and performs as advertised giving new life to an unused but greatly missed PS2 based KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) switch. Likewise I'd highly recommend it for those of us still attached to older, favorite PS2 terminated Keyboards and Mice. BTW, its also a must for techs or tinkerers needing to access older PS2 based equipment by using just a single USB slot. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • Compliant with the Standard Specification of USB 1.0 and 1.1
  • Sanoxy USB to PS2 Cable Converts two PS/2 devices (Keyboard and Mouse) to the USB Interface
  • Converts the PC PS/2 port of KVM switch to USB port (PC or SUN platforms)
  • Supports standard PS/2 Mouse and Microsoft Intell-Mouse
  • Supports Bus-Power meaning no power adapter is needed
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great googly moogly it worked!It works! Was a bit hesitant because the "price was too low". I attached the adapter to the USB 2.x port on my Dell work PC docking station (Dell Latitude D630). My objective: be able to use an old Logitech YRB6 wireless keyboard with this PC. That was back when Logitech wasn't yet producing throwaway keyboards.After connecting the Logitech receiver to the adapter and then pressing the paring buttons on the keyboard and adapter, sweet magic occurred and the keyboard worked like a charm. The function buttons on the top of the keyboard like for volume and muting and email and browsers don't work. The sleep button works tho. And I couldn't care less... never used those buttons much anyway.I recommend you try this product before spending more dough unnecessarilly.My level of tech savvy is high.... but wasn't at all needed for this painless operation.Note to Logitech.... stop selling crap, remember your past. 5Caveat EmptorI've had very good luck with purchasing cheap cables. They usually originate from Hong Kong. Unfortunately, to my surprise, this cable came from Brunei Darussalem! I had to look it up to see where it was mailed from. It came from a little sovereign state on the Malaysia island. I plugged this adapter in and sure enough, it did not work. I took the center section apart and checked the solder joints, scraped any solder between the pads, and reassembled. It worked one time and then failed. These guys must buy the rejects from a company and resell them. Don't take a chance on purchasing this cable. 1Works with WIn7 and Linux ONLY when used with a USB hub though ....still ... it worksNoting that I have just gotten this today and can NOT SPEAK on longevity I have to just say that it seems cheaply made but for the price its what I expected. It DOES WORK ... sort of ... I really hope people who may be "stuck" with one of these that do not work can see this review.Plugging the USB end into my 2009 era Toshiba AND 2006-2007 HP Desktop does NOT WORK ... however I have plugged the adapter into my newly purchasd USB HUB (where i was going to plug this adapter into anyway) and THAT works fine ... I can not speak for mice at the time of me typing this though my 15+ year old Logitech PS/2 KB is what I am typing this on now. If this adapter holds up over time and I'd just have to plug it into a hub (note: hub IS A POWERED USB hub though the power cord does not have to be connected to use this) ... I am happy with this thought not all users are tech savy or have a hub ... I am not sure if other adapters for a little bit more suffer from the same issue or if you plug those directly into your machine, they will work ASAPAlso due to hardware failure I can only say I have tried this with Windows 7 and Ubuntu Mate and its the same thing as what I said above ... with the hub its gets detected NO PROBLEM ... just for those of you that may run a Linux distro. I have many other distros though I can not test this because my laptop in question is failing ... I am sure it would not be an issue thoughOverall the machine that has the issues is sort of the reason i originally ordered this and I may not have a "need" for this (glad i have it though) ... Overall I think it could have been better but considering it works and the price point ... I CAN'T complain 3It works. But not in games.As I understood, the best solution on the market is called Soarer's Converter, which is exactly ten times more expensive than this item.This thing gets the job done, which is a precious thing on a market full of not working converters, my new old stock BTC works great with it.Enclosure squeaks a bit.Update: I found, that you can't actually game with it. If you are pushing for example "w" for moving forward and then press any other button on the keyboard, moving stops, despite you're still holding the "w".So - yeah, I think I need a $40 converter. 4Works with friend's old PS/2 IBM keyboardI got it so that I could use my HP multimedia keyboard (SK-2960) on a newer system that doesn't have PS/2. All the multimedia and regular keys work. My friend tried it with his old IBM ps/2 keyboard and it worked too. He said he felt it seemed a little slow. I didn't try it so I can't say. It did work though. :) 5Works in newer PC and older one (with a few tweaks)* This product took 2-3 weeks to arrive in Utah. When it finally did arrive, it came with no instruction sheets, no driver disks, nothing indicating a web site to get drivers from, etc. That's OK, though, since drivers do not appear to be needed.* The converter has two female PS2 connectors for the keyboard and the mouse to plug into, but they are not labeled. One is purple and the other is green. If you know the standard color codes (purple = keyboard, green = mouse), then you are OK.* Plugged in a keyboard and mouse and attached it to a (rather modern) Dell XPS 430. This machine recognized the converter "natively" - the keyboard worked in the CMOS setup. The mouse is not used in CMOS, so I was unable to test that. Note that this computer does not have the "normal" keyboard and mouse connectors, so you are forced to use a USB keyboard and mouse, or use a converter like this one.* When Windows Vista came up, both the mouse and keyboard worked as expected.* I did this testing with an old Packard Bell keyboard (so old it doesn't have the "Windows" key) and a somewhat modern HP optical mouse. Also tested it with an original Microsoft Natural Keyboard (part number 59758, circa 1998) and it worked.* My primary goal is to allow me to use the old "Natural" keyboard with modern machines that don't have PS2 jacks, so I tried the converter with just the keyboard plugged into it, and a modern USB mouse plugged into the computer. This worked as well, both in CMOS setup and in Windows Vista.* I also tried the converter in an older Dell Dimension 2400 (a machine that does have built-in PS2 keyboard and mouse ports). It worked in CMOS setup and in the OS Choices menu, but not in Windows XP. Assuming that Windows just needed to "recognize" the device, I left the converter plugged in, hooked the keyboard and mouse up to the motherboard's PS2 ports, and booted to Windows. Then I shut down again, put the keyboard and mouse back into the converter, and booted again. Now Windows recognizes the keyboard and mouse via the converter. Yay!* Note that I did all of this testing the day the converter arrived, so I can not comment on the device's durability. 5Good adapter, but did not work with old PS/2 arcade game controllerWorked with old PS/2 keyboard and mouse, but did not work properly or consistently with a Hanaho Hotrod SE with a modified trackball in the middle (it's an old MAME arcade controller). More info can be found here for anyone curious hxxp://arcadepc.mameworld.info/Controllers.htm. I suspect the y-adapter can't drive sufficient or consistent voltage to simultaneously power the mouse (trackball) and keyboard (joysticks) from a single USB port on my desktop PC, so I am going to try the old fashioned approach and buy 2 different adapters (green for mouse, purple for keyboard) and see if I have any luck. If that doesn't work, I'll be forced to refit the guts of the Hotrod SE. The joys of mixing 20 year old technology with current tech. 4Worked well with a Microsoft keyboardI tried this adapter on a Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard (KB-0168) and even the special keyboard functions seemed to work well. I found no problems using it with a fairly old computer under Windows 10 and I didn't need a USB hub. 5Exceeded my expectationsI'm giving this 5 stars just because it "mostly" works, which exceeded my expectations for some reason. I have used it to plug in an old 2 button, no-wheel MS-PS/2 mouse (itself with a serial to PS/2 adapter), along with a cheap old PS/2 kind-of-compatible keyboard. The keyboard has some weird non-standard keys, such as a "turbo" key. As I'd hoped, all the "normal" keys work... most of the time: When rebooting the laptop, sometimes the row of number keys do not immediately function. At least once the mouse did not immediately function. While removing and reinserting the USB after a reboot has made it work, I find that if I'm patient, it will start working properly on its own after a while. On my laptop, the regular built-in keyboard and mouse pad work just fine as usual when this is plugged in. If you have working PS/2 keyboards and mice laying around, this may give them renewed usefulness for use with computers that have no PS/2 ports. Possibly (I have not tried) even televisions or a game console, etc.. And anything beats the laptop/notebook keyboards and "mouse pads" for any real productivity. I have not yet tried plugging it into a USB hub. 5A Godsend for older equipment!Arrived early and performs as advertised giving new life to an unused but greatly missed PS2 based KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) switch. Likewise I'd highly recommend it for those of us still attached to older, favorite PS2 terminated Keyboards and Mice. BTW, its also a must for techs or tinkerers needing to access older PS2 based equipment by using just a single USB slot. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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