I have the PUC001 and it works fine with my 82-key Deck.
I finally found some USB to PS/2 adapters that work with the Deck 82-key keyboards!
Black Box USB to PS/2 Flashable Converterhttp://www.blackbox.com/Catalog/Detail. ... 9&mid=4805
I have the PUC001 and it works fine with my Deck 82-key keyboard and an Adderview KVM switch.
LinksKey USB to PS/2 Adapterhttp://www.linkskey.com/detail.php?Prod ... =LKV-PUC01http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6812147402
Well, I haven't actually confirmed that they work with the Deck keyboards yet as I don't have one of these Deck keyboards. I have a Dell RT7D50. The RT7D50 is a USB keyboard. I've had it for over a year now and have tried those USB to PS/2 adapters that come with Logitech, Microsoft, and other manufacturers' keyboards and none of them worked with the RT7D50 (tried one from every manufacturer and even some generic ones). I'd plug the RT7D50 into these adapters and nothing. When I booted my PC, I'd get no response whatsoever from the RT7D50 and none of the little indicators (NUM-LOCK, SCROLL-LOCK, and CAPS LOCK) would light up.
Recently, I purchased the LinksKey and Rose models I linked to above and can confirm that they work with my Dell RT7D50. The RT7D50 is fully recognized and fully functional when connected to one of these units and the unit to my PC's PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports. I've even tried it with Saitek Eclipse keyboard (which has the same problem as the Dell RT7D50 and Deck 82-key keyboards of not working with regular USB to PS/2 adapters) and it worked with the LinksKey and Rose units as well.
I'm pretty sure the Deck 82-key keyboard will work with any of these three adapters. These adapters are pricey, but hey, if you can afford a $100+ keyboard, you can afford one of these adapters if you really want to use your PS/2 ports and save a USB port or two.