Troy Fletcher Dot Net

 Troy Fletcher Dot Net


Keyboard Config Information

Support for Signum 3.0 PCB

Easy AVR config file: Here. (right click, save link/target as)

Download it, and place it in the .EasyAVR/boards folder inside your home directory.

On windows, this is usually C:\Users\[$your_user_name]\.EasyAVR\boards\

On Linux, this is usually ~/.EasyAVR/boards/

Note: You must run Easy AVR at least one time to create the .EasyAVR directory!

With this file, orient your diodes so the black bar is on the bottom (square hole)

QMK firmware for Pro Micro via KBFirmware.com config file: Here. (right click, save link/target as)

Browse to kbfirmware.com click Upload, and select the file you downloaded.

Once the file loads, you can modify it to fit your layout, and generate the compiled firmware on the webpage, or download the source files on your own to edit and compile!

QMK firmware for Teensy 2.0 via KBFirmware.com config file: Here. (right click, save link/target as)

Browse to kbfirmware.com click Upload, and select the file you downloaded.

Once the file loads, you can modify it to fit your layout, and generate the compiled firmware on the webpage, or download the source files on your own to edit and compile!

Pro Micro Pin assignments
col0 B4row0D2
col1 D7row1D1
col2 D0row2F5
col3 E6row3B5
col4 D4
col5 F6
col6 F4
col7 F7
col8 B1
col9 B3
col10C6
col11B2

Teensy 2.0 Pin assignments
col0 C6row0B0
col1 D2row1B3
col2 B7row2F6
col3 D3row3C7
col4 D0
col5 F7
col6 F5
col7 B6
col8 B5
col9 B4
col10D1
col11D7

The Signum 3.0 PCB makes it easy to DIY an ergonomic mechanical keyboard customized to your needs and hand size! Add diodes, your choice of keycaps and switches (Cherry and Alps compatible, PCB mount/5 pin works best!), your choice of micro controller, and you're ready to solder!


Support for Signum 3.1 PCB

KBFirmware.com config file: Here. (right click, save link/target as)

Browse to kbfirmware.com click Upload, and select the file you downloaded.

Once the file loads, you can modify it to fit your layout, and generate the compiled firmware on the webpage, or download the source files on your own to edit and compile!

Pro Micro Pin assignments
col0 B4row0D2
col1 D7row1D1
col2 D0row2F5
col3 E6row3B5
col4 D4row4B2
col5 F6row5C6
col6 F4
col7 F7
col8 B1
col9 B3

Teensy 2.0 Pin assignments
col0 C6row0B0
col1 D2row1B3
col2 B7row2F6
col3 D3row3C7
col4 D0row4D7
col5 F7row5D1
col6 F5
col7 B6
col8 B5
col9 B4

Note: In order to fit 60 keys on 16 pins the PCB uses a non-standard matrix! The center two columns act as a bottom (6th) row! Check the KBfirmware wiring diagram for a visual!

The Signum 3.1 PCB makes it easy to DIY an ergonomic mechanical keyboard customized to your needs and hand size! Also it has a number row! Add diodes, your choice of keycaps and switches (Cherry and Alps compatible, PCB mount/5 pin works best!)), your choice of micro controller, and you're ready to solder!