Keypad missing...

Started by Alex Chaihorsky September 29, 2005
I bought several days ago the LCD+2 Development Kit and when it came
the Keypad was missing. I left a message on BASICX sales machine last
Friday but nobody called back. This is what the description said:

"Development kit contains everything you need to start developing with
LCD+2. Kit includes; 1 LCD+2 Display, 16 key keypad and interconnect
cables, LCD mounting bezel, download cable, wall transformer and screw
terminal connectors for connecting IO and ADCs."

I hate to think that I paid extra $60 for a transformer and serial
cable that I do not need.

Can anyone from basicx tell me what is going on?

Alex.


Well, this bulletin board is not an official Netmedia list. We are
just a bunch of interested users.

It would be best to contact the place you bought the kit from, or
Netmedia directly. Their official webiste is www.basicx.com as far as
I know.

-Tony



--- In basicx@basi..., "arhodes19044" <spamiam@c...> wrote:
> Well, this bulletin board is not an official Netmedia list. We are
> just a bunch of interested users.
>
> It would be best to contact the place you bought the kit from, or
> Netmedia directly. Their official webiste is www.basicx.com as far
as
> I know.
>
> -Tony


1. That may or may not be really true because as far as I know - they
own this forum.
2. I did ring them and left a message almost a week ago - not a word
back.
3. The quality of their service affects us all.

Alex.


> ... as far as I know - they own this forum. [] I did ring them...

This group was started by a user (see message #2, if you wish) and grew
outside of Netmedia's control. It is true that an employee moderated
for a time but he has moved on; he no longer works for them. To the
point, Netmedia sales will not see your grievance here.

If you did not receive what you ordered, I suggest that you email
Sales@Sale..., several times with different Subject lines, if
necessary. If you purchased with a credit card, also challenge the
charge; that will, guaranteed, get attention.

Meanwhile, any 4x4 matrix keypad, or one to 16 switches configured that
way, will work to get you started. Tom


--- In basicx@basi..., Tom Becker <gtbecker@r...> wrote:
> Meanwhile, any 4x4 matrix keypad, or one to 16 switches configured
that
> way, will work to get you started. > Tom

Thank, Tom.

Certainly there is no shortage in 16 key pads out there, including my
own cabinets. I just remembered from years ago that they did monitor
this group.

Alex.