quozl at laptop.org
Mon Sep 15 02:10:51 EDT 2014
Yes, that's exactly the sort of thing countries at laptop.org should be
able to answer, once you give them the SKUs you have.
While you might only need one part, the base upper assemblies are
constructed from multiple parts, and when they are swapped in there is
an inevitable waste.
The mechanical, electrical, and communication protocol compatibility
is maintained at the interface between the base upper assembly and the
rest of the laptop.
The parts themselves are not backward compatible within the assembly;
you can't take one of the parts off an assembly and expect it to work
or fit in another assembly. It might, but it isn't _designed_ to.
This is why a source of second-hand parts may not meet your needs,
especially if they have been broken down into smaller parts.
Reference: support-gang@, Adam Holt, 2010-02-01, "keyboards and
touchpads will only be available as a combined unit called the "Base
Reference: support-gang@, Adam Holt, 2011-04-17, "This new
touchpad+keyboard come together as 1-unit, called the Base Upper
Assembly (or Upper Base Assembly) and should fit in all XO-1 laptops,
if not many/most XO-1.5s too. It looks roughly like this:
On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 12:39:09PM +0700, T Gillett wrote:
> Thanks James.
> To clarify, does BUA refer to the keyboard assy or just the membrane with the
> The latter is all we really need.
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 5:55 AM, James Cameron <quozl at laptop.org> wrote:
> Write to countries at laptop.org asking if they can supply you with 20
> base upper assemblies. You should describe the SKUs you have. The
> SKU is on the serial number label.
> James Cameron
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