Controlling a WinKey
An RS-232 connection between the WinKey's serial port and a serial port on your PC; if necessary, you can change the COM port number that Windows assigns to a USB-to-serial-port adaptor.
A connection between the WinKey's straight key output and your transceiver's straight key input
On the Config window's CW tab,
set the Keying panel to WinKey, and set the port selector to the serial port on your PC to which your WinKey is connected
in the WinKey panel,
set the speed potentiometer sub-panel's minimum and maximum speeds (e.g. to 15 and 30 respectively)
select the speed potentiometer sub-panel's 2-wire or 3-wire button to match your WinKey's speed potentiometer wiring; see the WinKey manual for details.
in the timing sub-panel,
set the Farnsworth speed; to disable Farnsworth-style transmission, set this parameter to 0
set the dot/dash ratio to 50
set the first extension and compensation to 0; see the WinKey manual for details.
to generate a sidetone, enable the sidetone sub-panel and select the desired frequency
set the paddle sub-panel to reflect your choice of manual input; see the WinKey manual for details.
set the output port panel to reflect your WinKey's wiring; see the WinKey manual for details.