The Planck keyboard has taken the mech keys community by storm. Designed with a programmable ortholinear layout, it allows for maximum efficiency—and the anodized aluminum case and dye-subbed PBT keycaps make for a super-durable build. However, while the keyboard already provides plenty of opportunity for customization, this drop gives you a chance for even more. To take advantage of all the Planck’s extra capabilities, there’s the Planck Utility Kit, full of RGBs, connectors, and switches (more details below). To connect them, you’ll need a modded Hi-Pro case, which is offered here in multiple colors—or you can go for a non-modded acrylic case, if you prefer it. Also available? Matching anodized aluminum plates and a variety of keycap sets that you won’t find on the current Planck drop.
Note: At checkout, you can add a Hi-Pro case, Mid-Pro case, an MX-compatible plate or Matias-compatible plate, a set of keycaps, or the Planck Utility Pack. Pricing will vary depending on your selections; see checkout options for more details.
To take advantage of the Planck’s new PCB, this comprehensive kit allows for expanded functionality with footprints for things like LEDs, DIP switches, power adapter plugs, Qwiic connectors, and more. First, the kit comes with 10 RGB LEDs. Pair them with an acrylic case to let the underglow really shine. Additionally, there’s a 4-channel DIP switch for toggling layouts; a 2-pin JST-PH connector for Bluetooth applications; a 4-pin Qwiic (I2C) JST-PH connector that functions with Sparkfun’s Qwiic system for external PCBs; a rotary encoder to control volume, brightness, and more; and a 6-pin male/female header for DIY projects. You can also grab the Planck Extension Case for cutouts that allow all of these components to fit through.
The images on this page are renderings and may differ slightly from the final product you receive.
Estimated ship date is Apr 30, 2019 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout.