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> Identify Socket Bt Revision Letter From Model #?, Pls post your revision K model number
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post May 7 2007, 03:00 PM
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I don't know if these match up but, can the revision letter for a socket bluetooth CF card be matched with the model number? I have been shopping on ebay for a CF card but they don't give info on the revision number.

EDIT: I think I should be asking for everyone to post the model number for say Revision K, & then I can deduct if the model number corresponds with the revision letter.

So please post the model number if you have Revision K Socket Bluetooth CF!
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Capn_Fish
post May 7 2007, 03:22 PM
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Ask them for it. It should be clearly labeled on the card.
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post May 7 2007, 03:28 PM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ May 8 2007, 10:22 AM)
Ask them for it. It should be clearly labeled on the card.
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I asked them but the repy I got was "the card is in an interstate warehouse & so can't be accessed"...
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post May 7 2007, 03:50 PM
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I should have guessed you'd tried that.

Sorry, no idea if you can tell the revision from the model.
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post May 7 2007, 05:38 PM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ May 7 2007, 03:50 PM)
I should have guessed you'd tried that.

Sorry, no idea if you can tell the revision from the model.
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I have the revision K card which works OK in cacko and pdaxrom up to beta 3, most people seem to have the H/I card, which seems OK too. Not sure if they've got a new revison, I got my card about 8 months ago.
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post May 7 2007, 05:41 PM
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QUOTE(zeigerpuppy @ May 8 2007, 12:38 PM)
QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ May 7 2007, 03:50 PM)
I should have guessed you'd tried that.

Sorry, no idea if you can tell the revision from the model.
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I have the revision K card which works OK in cacko and pdaxrom up to beta 3, most people seem to have the H/I card, which seems OK too. Not sure if they've got a new revison, I got my card about 8 months ago.
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What model number is the revision K card? Do you know if the model number will also correspond with the revision letter?
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post May 7 2007, 05:53 PM
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QUOTE(Zauri @ May 8 2007, 10:00 AM)
I don't know if these match up but, can the revision letter for a socket bluetooth CF card be matched with the model number? I have been shopping on ebay for a CF card but they don't give info on the revision number.
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I think I should be asking for everyone to post the model number for say Revision K, & then I can deduct if the model number corresponds with the revision letter.

So please post the model number if you have Revision K Socket Bluetooth CF!
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Jon_J
post May 7 2007, 08:39 PM
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On my Socket bluetooth card purchased last summer (2006), number is
8510-00159K
From that number, it clearly shows that it is a 'K' card.
There are 2 bar codes, one above the "model" number, and one between the "model" number and serial number.
Mine came with an installation CD-ROM and 2 thick, unnecessary books, (one is regulations, other is advertising).
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post May 7 2007, 09:43 PM
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QUOTE(Jon_J @ May 8 2007, 03:39 PM)
On my Socket bluetooth card purchased last summer (2006), number is
8510-00159K
From that number, it clearly shows that it is a 'K' card.
There are 2 bar codes, one above the "model" number, and one between the "model" number and serial number.
Mine came with an installation CD-ROM and 2 thick, unnecessary books, (one is regulations, other is advertising).
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Thanks Jon_J but is that the actual model/product part number? The model/prod part numbers I am finding on eBay are BL4539-641 & BL4539-642. They seem to be the only ones available.
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zeigerpuppy
post May 7 2007, 11:56 PM
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From top to bottom:
8510-00159K
S/N 0509002588
R 004NYDA0067
N2906
CE 0861
FCC ID: LUBCFBT-2
IC 2529A-CFBT2
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Jon_J
post May 8 2007, 09:26 AM
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QUOTE(Zauri @ May 8 2007, 12:43 AM)
QUOTE(Jon_J @ May 8 2007, 03:39 PM)
On my Socket bluetooth card purchased last summer (2006), number is
8510-00159K
From that number, it clearly shows that it is a 'K' card.
There are 2 bar codes, one above the "model" number, and one between the "model" number and serial number.
Mine came with an installation CD-ROM and 2 thick, unnecessary books, (one is regulations, other is advertising).
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Thanks Jon_J but is that the actual model/product part number? The model/prod part numbers I am finding on eBay are BL4539-641 & BL4539-642. They seem to be the only ones available.
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My numbers on the actual card are very similar to zeigerpuppy's numbers as he posted.
The blister package has these additional numbers, maybe that's what you are seeing in ebay.
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On back, printed on actual packaging:

PN 6660-00019 F
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On the front of the blister pack, are two plain white labels.
first white label, in order from top to bottom:
barcode
58497 04538
barcode
*0603002500*
BL4538-641, CF Connection Kit, WinCE
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Other white label, in order from top to bottom:
COMPATIBLE WITH HANDSETS:
Ericsson: R520, T39, T68,, T610, T616

Motorola: 270C

Nokia: 6210 with Bluetooth Connectivity Battery LRW-1. 6310, 6310I, 7650, 8910, 3650

NTT Cocomo : PALDIO 633S

Sony: C413S

Siemens: S55, S56
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post May 8 2007, 11:38 AM
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QUOTE(Jon_J @ May 9 2007, 04:26 AM)
QUOTE(Zauri @ May 8 2007, 12:43 AM)
QUOTE(Jon_J @ May 8 2007, 03:39 PM)
On my Socket bluetooth card purchased last summer (2006), number is
8510-00159K
From that number, it clearly shows that it is a 'K' card.
There are 2 bar codes, one above the "model" number, and one between the "model" number and serial number.
Mine came with an installation CD-ROM and 2 thick, unnecessary books, (one is regulations, other is advertising).
*


Thanks Jon_J but is that the actual model/product part number? The model/prod part numbers I am finding on eBay are BL4539-641 & BL4539-642. They seem to be the only ones available.
*


My numbers on the actual card are very similar to zeigerpuppy's numbers as he posted.
The blister package has these additional numbers, maybe that's what you are seeing in ebay.
------------------------------------------
On back, printed on actual packaging:

PN 6660-00019 F
------------------------------------------
On the front of the blister pack, are two plain white labels.
first white label, in order from top to bottom:
barcode
58497 04538
barcode
*0603002500*
BL4538-641, CF Connection Kit, WinCE
------------------------------------------
Other white label, in order from top to bottom:
COMPATIBLE WITH HANDSETS:
Ericsson: R520, T39, T68,, T610, T616

Motorola: 270C

Nokia: 6210 with Bluetooth Connectivity Battery LRW-1. 6310, 6310I, 7650, 8910, 3650

NTT Cocomo : PALDIO 633S

Sony: C413S

Siemens: S55, S56
-----------------------------------------
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Thanks Jon_J! You have the model/part number BL4538-641 so I deduct that this number could well possibly be revision K. I will have to double check before I buy. I have gone through a bunch of ebay advertisments selling these socket BT cards, but no mention of the revision number in the technical specs. I think it would be very helpful for them to display this as these cards are very popular with Z owners - they may even sell more cards this way.
Thanks again for you input Jon_J! Thanks to zeigerpuppy too!
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post Jun 30 2007, 03:25 AM
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I ended up purchasing a Socket Bluetooth Compact Flash, model number BL4538-641, on eBay. It turned out to be revision K. And this works fine on my Z. :-)
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post Jul 30 2007, 03:02 PM
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Does revision H work? I am trying to find a card as well. Someone mentioned it works "OK". What does that mean? The OESF site says it requires an extra bluez package to get it to work. Anyone have this and can offer any info?
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