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In this guide, you'll learn how to set up your May Pad macropad to use KMK firmware. You'll use the May Pad, designed by /u/reggatronics, and the new Adafruit KB2040, to build a macropad that you'll put KMK firmware on and will also learn how to remap it and create your own configuration.

What is KMK?

KMK is a feature-rich and beginner-friendly firmware for computer keyboards written and configured in CircuitPython.

What is the May Pad?

A through hole kit using a pro micro footprint and through hole diodes! It can be a 20 key macropad or a numpad!

Printed cases here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4116560

It includes everything you need except for switches and a USB cable

  • PCB
  • bottom plate
  • diodes
  • pro micro
  • screws
  • standoffs

Parts

May Pad Kit

A through hole kit using a pro micro footprint and through hole diodes! Can be a 20 key macropad or a numpad!

$18.00

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This guide was first published on Feb 01, 2022. It was last updated on Jul 17, 2024.

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