F3F TIMER PROJECT by Jon Edison
Hunter 2 Keyboard Details.
Following on from my investigation into the HUNTER 16 keyboard, I have added a few details below of the Hunter2 keyboard matrix
The matrix has 8 columns, which I have labeled A to H, and 9 rows, which I numbered 1 to 9.
Tracing the connections revealed the following matrix :-
|1||6 ^||8 *||0 )||nc||ESC||= +||2 @||4 $|
|3||5 %||7 &||9 (||nc||Up Arrow||- _||1 !||3 #|
|4||Y||I||P||nc||Right Arrow||Left Arrow||W||R|
|7||F||H||K||nc||Down Arrow||; :||CTL/FN||S|
|9||V||N||Space||nc||TAB \||. >||Shift||X|
I am fairly confident that this is correct as I was working with a functioning machine. Linking D to 2 briefly will power the Husky ON, and another quick contact will power it OFF again.