Keyboard USB to NMS 82xx

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Par GodzIvan

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19-06-2021, 15:34

Hello
here you can find the usb keyboard adapter to NMS82xx, currently in beta, suggestions are accepted.
soon it will also be tested on TR

Link for download:
https://github.com/PanykSystem/msx-usb-keyboard

video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhztYmmxziY

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Par AxelF

Champion (386)

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19-06-2021, 21:07

WoW, this is awsome,Did not know this type of microcontroller.
How did you get 5V to the microcontrioller ?.

Par Meits

Scribe (6432)

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19-06-2021, 21:23

That's taken from the philips keyboard connector's pin 21 Wink

Par Pentarou

Champion (389)

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19-06-2021, 21:37

Meits wrote:

That's taken from the philips keyboard connector's pin 21 Wink

Or 23 Wink

Where does /Y11 from the BP go to?

Par AxelF

Champion (386)

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19-06-2021, 22:21

Nice, i guess that pin can deliver enough power for the controller to work.
How does the controller handle CODE, GRAPH, SELECT and STOP keys. (how are they mapped.?)

Par bsittler

Master (243)

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19-06-2021, 23:16

This is neat! Is the source code available, and if so does the license permit modification? I looked in the repository but didn't know what file to look for

Par GodzIvan

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20-06-2021, 00:34

Pentarou wrote:
Meits wrote:

That's taken from the philips keyboard connector's pin 21 Wink

Or 23 Wink

Where does /Y11 from the BP go to?

for future uses of Japanese keyboards

Par GodzIvan

Rookie (21)

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20-06-2021, 00:52

AxelF wrote:

Nice, i guess that pin can deliver enough power for the controller to work.
How does the controller handle CODE, GRAPH, SELECT and STOP keys. (how are they mapped.?)

SELECT -> F6
STOP -> F7
GRAPH -> left ALT
CODE -> right ALT

Par GodzIvan

Rookie (21)

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20-06-2021, 00:49

AxelF wrote:

WoW, this is awsome,Did not know this type of microcontroller.
How did you get 5V to the microcontrioller ?.

PIN 23 5V out

Par st1mpy

Paladin (799)

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20-06-2021, 00:52

Are the gpio pins 5v tolerant on this board?

Par GodzIvan

Rookie (21)

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20-06-2021, 00:56

st1mpy wrote:

Are the gpio pins 5v tolerant on this board?

yes, provided you do not use the internal pull ups, and the gpio in writing in open drain mode

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