An inverted-T small fully programmable, hot-swappable, mechanical keyboard kit with a rotary encoder and a mini OLED display.

ANAVI Arrows

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What is it?

ANAVI Arrows is a small, fully programmable, mechanical keyboard. The device offers a single rotary encoder with a clickable switch, a RGB LED, and four Gateron red, linear, non-clicky mechanical switches with transparent keycaps and yellow LED back-lighting. You can easily turn the rotary encoder left or right, and you also can click it, which is all fully programmable!

ANAVI Arrows uses a black, gold-plated high-quality printed circuit board and features Seeed XIAO with Raspberry Pi RP2040 and yellow back-lighting under each key. It also has four WS2812B LEDs on the underside for under-lighting effects. An I²C slot allows for adding peripherals, such as the included mini OLED yellow-blue display.

Out of the box, the keyboard is provided with the open source KMK firmware, written in CircuitPython. ANAVI Arrows is also compatible with the open source QMK firmware.

Why did you make it?

ANAVI Arrows is suitable for many different use cases: gaming, video or audio editing, programming, entertainment broadcasting, etc. It is a great companion to a 60% mechanical keyboard, enhancing efficiency for targeted tasks. Getting started is straight-forward. Thanks to the hot-swappable sockets no soldering is required! Just connect the device to your Windows, MacOS, or GNU/Linux computer with a USB Type-C cable and you are ready to go.

What makes it special?

ANAVI Arrows is an entirely open source project combining open source hardware with free and open source software. The printed circuit board was designed using KiCad. The Open Source Hardware Association Certification is BG000094.

Technical Specifications

  • Keys: Four Gateron red, linear, non-clicky hot-swap mechanical switches and transparent keycaps with yellow LED backlighting
  • Inputs: One rotary encoder with clickable switch
  • Peripherals: RGB LED on top, six WS2812B addressable LED strip for bottom-lighting, I²C slot for mini OLED display or other peripherals
  • MCU: Raspberry Pi RP2040
  • Connectivity: USB-C
  • Firmware: KMK and QMK
  • Compatibility: Windows, macOS, and Linux support
  • Dimensions: 80.0 x 63.2 mm (3.15 x 2.49 inches)

What comes in a kit?

ANAVI Arrows will be shipped in (DIY) kit form. You can put it together in less than 10 minutes, no soldering needed. The kit includes:

  • Mini hot-swappable mechanical keyboard with a USB-C, RP2040 microcontroller, rotary encoder, backlighting and under lighting
  • 4 Gateron red mechanical switches and translucent keycaps
  • Mini yellow-blue OLED display
  • Acrylic enclosure, screws and nuts
  • Stickers

Note: USB to USB-C cable is not included in the kits.

Shipping

ANAVI Arrows was brought to life in 2023 thanks to a modest crowdfunding campaign at Crowd Supply. Now thanks to Lectronz we can reduce the carbon footprint from transportation and offer ANAVI Macro Pad 12 to individuals within the European Union (EU) with direct shipping from Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Prices include VAT. Shipping with a tracking number is available through the services of DPD Economy or Bulgarian posts.

Links to code and documentation

Documentation (github.com)

Code (github.com)

Design Files (github.com)

Certified Open Source Hardware - OSHW BG000094

Shipping policy

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The seller

ANAVI Technology

Plovdiv, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
5 orders since Jan 23, 2023
Combining open source hardware with open source software in Plovdiv, Bulgaria