An open-source 60% keyboard PCB. Compatible with Cherry MX-style switches, keeps SMD parts to a minimum, and should fit in most poker/gh60 style cases.
As of now, untested in practice. However, the design was checked many times. Use at your own risk.
Suggested layout @ Keyboard-Layout-Editor: https://tinyurl.com/j35oewm
License: CC-BY-SA 3.0...
A **USB ESP8285 WiFi enabled HID hacking device** that gets fully (and stealthy) insertet into the USB port of your friend to unvolunarily move his mouse in Minecraft...
Look at: https://github.com/SinanAkkoyun/ESPUSB/
# A breakout board with a PS/2 and a VGA connector
Make life easier when you're prototyping on a breadboard, stripboard or perfboard and you need to connect to a VGA display and/or PS/2 keyboard. Can also be used as a daughterboard with other main boards.
Also works with a PS/2 to USB adapter *with som...
An easy-to-assemble, extremely low cost macropad.
- Alps and MX support
- Two locations for 2U keys
- PCB stabilizer holes (Vertical 2U may conflict with Pro Micro unless clipped)
- PCB only use without plate possible
- LED backlighting (Requires 9 resistors, 1206 size, 2.7-3.3K ohms)
- No diodes, no transistors.
- WS2812B RGB strip support
- Powered by Pro Micro
- Extremely l...
Open Source Hotswap 60% Keyboard with Kailh Sockets, RGB Lighting+Underglow, Bluetooth Functionality and USB Type-C.
This project is based on the GH60 by Michal Trybus (github.com/komar007/gh60) (CC BY-SA 3.0)
This work is licensed under a [Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/).
**2019-01-18** --> Revised BOM OK. Enter on the schematic page, select BOM button on the top menu bar and Order LCSC components from that window.
Change Notes for revision v1.1:
- Resolved GND unconnected tracks/planes.
- Improved GND Layout and placed GND plane only on the bottom layer. Removed coper fingers with polygon cutouts.
- Rerouted some tracks.
- Moved down USB connector and varistors....
This is a very basic PCB to put a Raspberry Pi Zero into an old sinclair spectrum 48k case...
Code is by a Mr P J Evans and is called ZX Scanner on Github, I've basically made a PCB of his work and added my own hardware parts!
There's a footprint for an RTC this will use generic Pi RTC code
There's a footprint for an Adafruit I2S amplifier board...i've only put this in for those that want to run...