Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB
Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB
Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB
Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB
Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB
Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB
Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB

Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 Assembled PCB

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These assembled Corne v3.0.1 PCBs come with diodes, LEDs, sockets, and connectors soldered to the circuit boards. These PCBs can be used to build a Corne keyboard without needing to do any additional soldering. Each half of the board is assembled with an Elite-C microcontroller and OLED screen. All components are socketed for removal without needing to desolder. The Elite-C microcontrollers are attached to the circuit boards using sockets for easy replacement.

Specifications

  • Corne MX Hotswap v3.0.1 PCB
    • All components will come soldered to PCB
  • 2x Elite-C 
    • Socketed for removal without desoldering
  • 2x 128x32 OLED Screen
    • white display
    • socketed with 4 pin headers
    • Kapton tape on backside to prevent shorts against MCU

What else is needed to build a complete keyboard?

The following components will need to be purchased separately in order to build a working keyboard:

  • Keyboard Case
  • MX compatible switches
  • MX compatible keycaps
  • TRRS Cable
  • USB Type C cable

Can I use desoldered switches with these PCBs?

No. Using desoldered switches will damage the hotswap sockets.

Have the PCBs been tested?

Each set of PCBs is tested during and after assembly. Prior to shipping, the PCBs are tested again to confirm they are functioning. Please be sure to test the PCBs prior to building the keyboard. 

Do the PCBs come flashed?

The PCBs come flashed with the default Corne keymap. It can be found here.

Is there a warranty?

Assembled PCBs come with a 30 day warranty. Customer is responsible for shipping PCBs back to Little Keyboards for repair. This is not negotiable. Please test to confirm functionality before flashing firmware or adding switches to the PCBs. This can be done with a pair of tweezers or a paperclip. The tweezers will need to be used to short the switch pin contacts at each switch footprint.

When will more PCBs be restocked?

PCB kits are built as time allows. Unfortunately, this means that there is no estimate on when more kits will be added to the site. Apologies for the inconvenience.