This includes everything you need for a working keyboard besides a plate, switches, keycaps, and cable. Screw-mount transparent stabilizers are recommended.
The optional case shown is Ganymede. The brass plate in some photos was made by Laserboost.
Pan supports a wide range of layouts. The PCB supports all layouts, but a specific plate must be selected. Check the guide to see how to configure a plate. You can either purchase one with your kit, or make it yourself using the open-source design files.
Pan is a fully DIY keyboard, all components must be soldered on.
- Middle and bottom PCBs
- Atmega32A controller and components
- 64x Through-hole diodes
- 62x RGB LEDs and capacitors
- Acrylic cover, your choice of cutout
- USB-C port (center or left mount)
- Standoffs and screws
Optionally, you may use a Proton-C, and solder the included USB port and diodes.
Additional optional features include:
- 1-2 Encoders, RGB or standard (left mount USB will prevent 2x encoders)
- OLED panel
- Mini-B USB port
- Proton-C controller
A more detailed BOM is available here.