OpenDeck v2 boards now available

This might be the shortest post I’ve ever written – but fairly important nonetheless. The OpenDeck v2 boards can now be ordered via Tindie! As an reminder, OpenDeck v2 boards bring the the following:

  • 64 digital inputs for 64 buttons or 32 encoders
  • 32 analog inputs which can be used as button inputs as well
  • 48 digital outputs for LEDs (with integrated resistors, so no external resistors are required)
  • DIN MIDI in and out
  • Class-compliant USB MIDI which works on any operating system without any drivers
  • Additional UART connector for touchscreens
  • Additional I2C connector for small LCD/OLED displays
  • Additional SPI connector which is currently unused
  • STM32F405 MCU capable of hosting 10 presets

This took longer than expected, but I’m happy that I managed to make them available before the end of this year.

4 thoughts on “OpenDeck v2 boards now available

  1. I’ve never been happier to order hardware and support a great project like this. I can’t wait to see what ODv2 enables me to do. I hope you are really proud of all that you have accomplished with this. It is truly inspiring. Thank you for sharing it. I had an alert on Tindie so I already ordered my first 2 boards a few hours ago 🙂

  2. Opendeck is sick!! I wish more people knew about it, happy I found it. Wouldn’t it be cool to have a group where diy opendeck based builds are shared?

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