Table of PCBs

From Deskthority wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
PCB Size Switch Chip ISO? Bootloader Design files Connector LEDs Stabs Comments
GH60 60% Cherry MX atmega32U4 (AVR) supported DFU[1] N/A mini Caps PCB[2] Backlight: individual LEDs with extra module (N/A)
hasu's Alps64 60% Alps atmega32U2 (AVR) supported DFU[1] kicad mini none plate[3]
Infinity 60% Cherry MX or Alps MK20DX128VLF5 (ARM) not supported kiibohd[4] kicad mini none plate[3]
ISO50 50% Cherry MX atmega32U4-mu (AVR) only DFU kicad micro (internal) 7 plate[3] manual bootloader installation required
WhiteFox 65% Cherry MX MK20DX256VLH7 (ARM) supported kiibohd[4] N/A micro Caps; Backlight PCB[2]
Bface / faceW/faceU 60% Cherry MX atmega32A (AVR) supported modified bootloadHID[5] N/A mini Caps; Backlight; possible RGB PCB[2] Bface X2 supports RGB side/bottom bling
GON's NerD60 60% Cherry MX atmega32U4 (AVR) supported GON's own[6] / DFU [7] N/A mini Caps; Backlight; side/bottom PCB[2] No RGB support yet for NerD60
HyperMicro 40% Cherry MX Teensy 2.0 (atmega32U4) N/A supported layouts HalfKay[8] N/A mini/as wired backlight? PCB[2] ONLY EXISTS AS PROTOTYPE. 7BEAT!
qHack 60% Cherry MX Teensy 2.0 (atmega32U4) N/A HalfKay[8] N/A mini/as wired backlight? PCB[2] ONLY EXISTS AS A FIGMENT OF IMAGINATION trackpoint possible
  1. 1.0 1.1 ATMEL DFU: Flash with dfu-programmer or FLIP.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 PCB mount stabilizers supported. Note that plate mount stabilizers' support depends only on the plate used.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Only plate mount stabilizers supported; i.e. this PCB can not be used without a plate.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Kiibohd DFU: Flash with dfu-util.
  5. bootloadHID: Possible to use the command line bootloadHID utility from [these sources for flashing. Windows binaries also in SPRiT's firmware files.
  6. GON's bootloader: must use his GUI for flashing
  7. DFU can be used, a detailed guide for flashing is here Converting NerD60 to TMK
  8. 8.0 8.1 PJRC's HalfKay Teensy bootloader: Flash with TeensyLoader