Kitted and Offered For Sale By The Four State QRP Group
This full featured PIC-based iambic Morse code keyer features 3 memories and
very easy use. It has many of the features of the high end keyers while
maintaining ease of use. The PIC chips have been programmed by Craig Johnson,
AAØZZ, of PIC-EL fame. Commands are entered directly rather than scrolling
Using a PC board that is only 1.5" x 1.75", this is an EZ-to-build small
footprint project with large impact on your operating capabilities, whether
in the shack or in the field. It is Altoids® tin compatible, and
installation instructions are included in the assembly manual. 4SQRP Group
provides sample Altoids® labels in separate PDF files. Please refer to the photo page to see how your Altoids® tin installation might look.
And check out the
nifty labels for your favorite mint tins.
The kit includes all the parts required to build the kit - push buttons, connectors, speaker, programmed PIC, transistors, caps, diodes - everything but the enclosure and the mints.
First time builders please note: This kit is an ideal first kit to build.
It is inexpensive, has a small number of parts and the pc board is uncomplicated.
Complete instructions and EZ building assure success..
Specifications and Design Features ... Designed to be an EZ to use full featured keyer there are:
Twelve direct-entry commands
Three easy-to-use, 31 character memories kept in non-volitile memory (EEPROM)
5-55 wpm speed range,
Iambic A or B, straight key, and Cootie Key modes
Sequenced Mute Line (Goes low for receiver or T/R switch)
Default speed and modes stored in non-volitile memory (EEPROM).
Speed entered by command or changed on-the-fly via the paddles
Very long battery life with no power switch - essentially shelf life
Current speed reported by command
Operating voltage 3-5 volts,
Low power - 1ma active and 1uA in sleep mode,
600 Hz sidetone (may be turned off)
Autospacing between characters (may be turned off)