tsg at bonedaddy.net
Sun May 17 17:12:08 CDT 2020
I'm interested and would be happy to get a batch of boards done (at
least 20 to get the per board price down).
They'd be bare boards though so people would have to source their own
parts and build them themselves.
On 5/17/2020 5:13 PM, Paul Koning via cctalk wrote:
> I've been having problems with broken LK201s, so as a workaround I created an adapter that connects to a standard PC USB keyboard and makes it look like an LK201. It's based on an Arduino (specifically, Adafruit Trinket M0, an amazingly tiny yet powerful small microprocessor).
> It's working at this point, though it needs a few small software tweaks to make it complete. I'm going to turn my breadboard into something slightly more polished.
> Question to the list: is this something that would be of interest to others? If yes, I can make the design available. Perhaps the PCB layout and parts list. I don't think I want to get into building units for others, though.
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