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This firmware converts ADB keyboard protocol to USB. You can use TMK Converter, PJRC Teensy2.0 and other USB AVR MCU(ATMega32U4, AT90USB64/128 or etc) for this. But binary size is probably more than 10KB and it won’t fit into 8K flash.
Also check these when you are in trouble.
Connect ADB pins to controller just by 3 lines(Vcc, GND, Data). By default Data line uses port PD0.
ADB female socket from the front:
,--_--. / o4 3o \ 1: DATA | o2 1o | 2: Power SW - === - 3: VCC `-___-' 4: GND
This converter uses AVR’s internal pull-up, but it seems to be too weak, in particular when you want to use a long or coiled cable. The external pull-up resistor(1K-10K Ohm) on Data is strongly recommended.(It is almost must!) https://github.com/tmk/tmk_keyboard/wiki/FAQ#pull-up-resistor
Keyboard Conveter ,------. 5V------+------|VCC | | | | [R] | | | | | Signal--+------|PD0 | | | GND------------|GND | `------' R: 1K Ohm resistor
Define following macros for ADB connection in config.h if you use other than port PD0.
ADB_PORT, ADB_PIN, ADB_DDR, ADB_DATA_BIT
To build firmware:
$ make -f Makefile clean $ make -f Makefile
You can select keymap(ansi is default) like this:
$ make -f Makefile KEYMAP=[ansi|iso|hasu]
To program TMK Converter:
$ make -f Makefile dfu
To program Teensy2.0:
$ make -f Makefile.teensy teensy
Use Makefile.rev1 for TMK Converter rev.1 and Makefile.teensy for Teensy2.0 instead of Makefile. For TMK Converter rev.2 just use Makefile.
You can change a keymap by editing code of keymap_[ansi|iso|hasu|yours].c. How to define the keymap is probably obvious. You can find key symbols in common/keycode.h. And see doc/keymap.md for more detail.
To get help press
h holding Magic key. Magic key is
Many of old ADB keyboards have mechanical push-lock switch for Capslock key and this converter supports the locking Capslock key by default. See README in top directory for more detail about this feature. https://github.com/tmk/tmk_keyboard/blob/master/README.md#mechanical-locking-support
Also you may want to remove locking pin from the push-lock switch to use capslock as a normal momentary switch.
Not-extended ADB keyboards have no discrimination between right modifier and left one, you will always see left control even if you press right control key. Apple Extended Keyboard and Apple Extended Keyboard II can discriminate both side modifiers except for GUI key(Windows/Command).
And most ADB keyboard has no diodes in its matrix so they are not NKRO, though ADB protocol itself supports it. See protocol/adb.c for more info.
If keyboard has ISO layout you need to use ISO keymap with
make KEYMAP=iso. With ANSI
keymap you will suffer from swapped keys problem.