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Found this in a box of Cracker Jack a while back at a Red Sox game.  I'm a CSI user...  Is a "dataPac 1250 Balancing Key" worth anything these days?  Is the I/N 39464 a serial code that links only to the dataPac 1250 with the same serial number?  If you can use it, let me know.

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This being the Internet, I can't tell if you posted this with a straight face or not. The question I believe, the rest, not so much.
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This being the Internet, I can't tell if you posted this with a straight face or not. The question I believe, the rest, not so much.

It's a true story.  Why, you can just ask my wife... Morgan Fairchild, she'll confirm it.
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You mean she's not still married to Tommy Flanagan?




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I think the Cracker Jack's must have benn old, way past last consumption date? Olov
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You didn't happen to find any Bosox bats in the box? They must have gone somewhere....
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So nobody can tell me more about this little gizmo, ehh?

It's pretty small, just 3/4" x 1/2" x 5/16".  That's why I said I found it in a box of Cracker Jack, it's like the size of one of those crummy little prizes... says the wife. 

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I guess it is a balancing module-software for a Datapac 1250, don't eat it. Olov
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The way the key works is that you plug it into the data collector and boot the collector on.  That enables the balancing function on the datapac to operate.  Now remove key.  To put the balancing function back on the key to move to another collector you install key on collector and then boot down the collector.  So the key may or may not have the balancing function on it.
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Thanks Robert for that information.  So it may be a keeper, or just a little hunk of useless plastic.

If anyone has a Datapac 1250 and is interested in this, just send me a PM.
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