Lily58 KB PCB Kit
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The Lily58 is a keyboard originally designed by Naoki Katahira. Since its inception, it's seen numerous versions, and at splitkb.com we thought we'd try our hand at an easy to solder adaptation of the original Lily58.
- Powered by QMK Firmware.
- Supports MX, Choc and ALPS switches.
- Has up to 58 keys.
- Top mounted Pro Micros for a lower profile.
- Up to two 128×32 pixel OLED displays (optional).
- RGB underglow.
- Support for up to two encoders (one per side) in one of three selectable spots: at the top of the thumb cluster, at the outermost key of the thumb cluster, or at the top of the outer column.
- 2 × Lily 58 KB PCB
- 58 × 1N4148 Diode
- 2 × TRRS Jack
- 2 × Reset Button
- 2 × 128×32 pixel OLED displays
- 20 × WS2812B RGB LED
This is a kit. You will need tools and additional components to make your Lily58 KB complete:
- Acrylic Plate Case
- 2 Pro Micro or Elite C controllers
- Up to 58 MX, Choc or ALPS switches
- Up to 56 × 1u and 2 × 1.5u keycaps
- 1 × TRRS cable
- 1 x Micro USB to USB A cable.
We don't yet have a dedicated build guide available for the Lily58 KB. However, the design borrows heavily from the Kyria, and as such you will be able to follow the exact steps of the Kyria to build your Lily58 KB, with the most important difference being that the Lily will use a different firmware file.
We're working on getting the guides up. Until then, feel free to join our Discord server to get help from us and other friendly members.
The case and keycaps shown are not included with this item. This product includes the PCB kit only.