Phantom PCB Dual Layer Tenkeyless Electrical Board (MK)

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Mechanical Keyboards IncPhantom PCB Dual Layer Tenkeyless Electrical Board
  • 2 Layer PCB
  • 1.6mm PCB thickness
  • Copper Thickness: 1oz
  • Chemical Gold Technology
The Phantom Tenkeyless PCB is intended for do-it-yourself kits. Mechanical Keyboards Inc cannot be held liable for damage caused by this PCB board; including, but not limited to, damage from improper installation. Use at your own risk.

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The Phantom PCB is a custom tenkeyless board designed by bpiphany (formally PrinsValium) to be used with the teensy 2 programmable usb controller and a mounting plate. Compatible / to be used with:
  • 1.5x and 1.25x modifiers
  • Center stemmed and off-center caps lock
  • 7x Cherry spacebars
  • ISO and ANSI layouts
  • 5 extra keys above the arrow key cluster
  • Costar and Cherry stabilizers
  • 6KRO over USB
  • In-switch LED at caps/scroll lock and Filco style LEDs
  • Switch top removal without desoldering
  • LED brightness control
  • Firmware source code can be used to remap keys
Other Items You'll Need:
  • TKL Case
  • Mounting plate
  • 100 Diodes (1N4148)
  • 2 LEDs
  • 2 Resistors for LEDs
  • 2 LED stand-offs for filco-style LEDs
  • Cherry MX switches
  • A Teensy 2.0 controller with header pins
  • Stabilizers (Costar or Cherry)
Tools You'll Need:
  • Soldering iron
  • Solder
  • Wire cutter
  • Optional: Desoldering tool
  • Optional: MultiMeter

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  • Awesome if you're into custom keyboards. This one is a bit of a challenge, but if you're up for it it's a great project to challenge yourself and build a beautiful custom keyboard.
    I accidentally destroyed the PCB on a KUL ES-87. Using this PCB I was able to recover the switches (clears) and re-use the case.
    On the way I learned a lot about soldering diodes and teensy's and flashing QMK onto them. BTW, this thing runs QMK just great.

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