Showing 1 of 1661 conversations about:
naokuronao
5
Oct 13, 2018
bookmark_border
Hello, I'm thinking of buying this keyboard. I'm curious if the led is on the switches or is it on the pcb of the keyboard?
Oct 13, 2018
JadMaktabi
59
Oct 13, 2018
bookmark_border
switches
Oct 13, 2018
naokuronao
5
Oct 13, 2018
bookmark_border
Thanks for the reply! So does that mean if one of my key switches led breaks, can I just replace that with another switch and it will work again?
Oct 13, 2018
JadMaktabi
59
Oct 13, 2018
bookmark_border
Yes. You can replace the switches as this keyboard has hot switches.
Oct 13, 2018
naokuronao
5
Oct 13, 2018
bookmark_border
Hm, you are mentioning the switches, but Im referring to the led. What about the leds then?
Oct 13, 2018
Johnny831
283
Oct 13, 2018
bookmark_border
The LEDs are on the PCB not the switches. This allows you to swap switches without soldering.
Oct 13, 2018
naokuronao
5
Oct 14, 2018
bookmark_border
Thanks for the reply! Thank you for clearifying! Do you happen to know how well these leds are? In terms of longevity.
Oct 14, 2018
Johnny831
283
Oct 14, 2018
bookmark_border
No idea. Long time. You'd have to ask the manufacture of the led lol. I wouldn't worry about something like that.
search
Oct 14, 2018
Johnny831
283
Oct 14, 2018
bookmark_border
No. LEDs are on the pcb never on the switch. On this particular pcb, the LEDs do not pass through the switch housing, which is why you can replace the switch without soldering. If an LEDs goes out on this pcb, you need to unsolder, then solder in a new one. Most likely you would ask MD for a new pcb.
Oct 14, 2018
View Full Discussion