***SOLD*** I have an original microHAM microKEYER (a multi-mode radio-computer interface) which has never been used. Liked what it did, liked the reviews, and bought it a while ago, got very busy with business and when I got re-involved, this model was a bit outdated ... microHAM had introduced the microKEYER II, which I bought and love. So this unit is definitely NOT the latest version.
That said, it does what it's supposed to do - and well. And of course it won't cost you what the newer versions cost either....
It uses your computer's sound card, has a K1EL keyer onboard, and doesn't need computer COM ports (a real blessing) because it has software that sets up virtual COM ports for the unit to use for its various communication-with-the-computer functions. Connects to the computer with a single USB port.
Functionality is amazing - many CW/FSK/SSB memories (yes, programmable-on-the-fly voice messages); solid state or relay amplifier keing, etc. Works with ASFK/FSK/PSK/CW/voice. See the September 2005 QST Review.
I have the interface cable for a T-T Orion, so while I'm throwing this cable for free, it'll take some rewiring on the radio end (only).
I will never use this unit, so I'm going to sell it at a good price: $80 plus shipping CONUS. It originally sold in 2005 for $179 + $49 for the interface cable.
Includes software CD (updated software/firmware may be available from the microham-usa.com or microham.com websites), Orion interface cable harness, audio and mic cables, documentation, etc. See pictiure. Tech support has been excellent.
If interested, send a message to rayday///at///cox///net.
73, Ray N6HE