Commit c4822df6 authored by Valérianne's avatar Valérianne 💬
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Fix paths

parent 149b872e
......@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ Cut track between D6 and the switch pin and connect that pin to E0.
E0 is pin number 11 from the right when you have the side with keys in front of you.
![v2_track_fix](/docs/track_fix.jpg)
![v2_track_fix](docs/track_fix.jpg)
#### BOM
......@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ The DATA line for the LEDS is missing a resistor, it is possible to cut the trac
Use an ~300OHM resistor. (for now, final value to be defined)
![v3_data_led_r](/docs/v3_data_line_resistor.jpg)
![v3_data_led_r](docs/v3_data_line_resistor.jpg)
#### BOM
......@@ -116,13 +116,13 @@ Not yet handled by the firmware, no idea if it will ever be.
It should be possible to wire directly one of the cheap OLED displays with 4 pins.
![v3_header_display](/docs/v3_header_display.jpg)
![v3_header_display](docs/v3_header_display.jpg)
##### SPI
Not handled by the firmware, but an SPI header is available.
![v3_header_spi](/docs/v3_header_spi.jpg)
![v3_header_spi](docs/v3_header_spi.jpg)
##### External LED power
......@@ -132,13 +132,13 @@ Two headers are available:
Depending on the brightness and number of leds powered, they can use up to 2A, so external power might be advised.
![v3_header_ext_led_pwr](/docs/v3_header_ext_led_pwr)
![v3_header_ext_led_pwr](docs/v3_header_ext_led_pwr)
##### Reset button
Can be accessed from the top, will reset the Teensy.
![v3_btn_rst](/docs/v3_btn_rst.jpg)
![v3_btn_rst](docs/v3_btn_rst.jpg)
##### Extra UI buttons
......@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ Set of 6 micro-switches that could be used for the display.
Not yet handled by the firmware and not idea if it will ever be.
![v3_btn_ui](/docs/v3_btn_ui.jpg)
![v3_btn_ui](docs/v3_btn_ui.jpg)
##### TrackPoint header
......@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ A header for a possible trackpoint/other is provided.
Not yet handled by the firmware and not idea if it will ever be.
![v3_header_tp](/docs/v3_header_tp.jpg)
![v3_header_tp](docs/v3_header_tp.jpg)
### V4
......@@ -172,10 +172,10 @@ You will want `PCB Mount` keys instead of `Plate Mount`, PCB Mount ones have ext
PCB Mount:
![sw_pcb_mount](/docs/sw_pcb_mount.jpg)
![sw_pcb_mount](docs/sw_pcb_mount.jpg)
Plate Mount:
![sw_plate_mount](/docs/sw_plate_mount.jpg)
![sw_plate_mount](docs/sw_plate_mount.jpg)
### Key caps
......@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@ I ordered from WASD Keyboards :
Please be aware of the orientation to solder them, good one is:
![led_soldering_orientation](/docs/led_soldering_orientation.jpg)
![led_soldering_orientation](docs/led_soldering_orientation.jpg)
### Leds soldering
......@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ There is SK6812MINI-E that should be easier to solder, but not tested yet, so fo
Be aware of the alignment of the dot vs the big pad on the led:
![led_dot](/docs/led_dot.jpg)
![led_dot](docs/led_dot.jpg)
You should put the led with tweezers in the hole, make sure it is flat-ish on the surface, then with a like ~1cm² flat object press the led even more in the hole.
......@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ The led "strip" can be tested with an Arduino and Adafruit NeoPixels lib for eas
Should be put on the top.
![v3_reset_button](/docs/v3_reset_button.jpg)
![v3_reset_button](docs/v3_reset_button.jpg)
### Firmware
It use QMK firmware
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