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Macro Storm - Wireless user programmable keypad

CoolerMaster (CM Storm) sells a keyswitch tester with a variety of cherry keyswitches. It looks just like a little keyboard, but doesn't offer any kind of keyboard functionality. This project aims to rectify that.

Using an atmega328p, a teensy, and a pair of nrf24l01 wireless modules, we can make a cute little mechanical keypad that is completely unencumbered by bulky old wires. Because the case is a fair bit of trouble to open up, I decided to mount the battery to the rear rather than inside.

The Finished Product


COMPONENTS
  • 2×nrf24l01nordic semi 2.4ghz radio module
  • 1×atmega328pMicroprocessors, Microcontrollers, DSPs / ARM, RISC-Based Microcontrollers
  • 1×teensy 2.0
  • 1×cr2032 batterya 3.3v lithium battery
  • 1×battery holder.
  • 1×MCP1825 voltage regulatorMCP1825S-3302E/DB
THE Software
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Keypad.rar
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Chairman Steve,
Aug 20, 2014, 5:17 PM
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StormMacro.rar
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Chairman Steve,
Aug 20, 2014, 5:15 PM
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