We've gone Open Source!

We've had a lot of questions about modifying or finding alternative methods to work with our firmware. To our knowledge, this is one of the first times a board has gone with open source firmware.


The firmware files have been posted to github and are slowing getting organized into a better, as time develops.  Currently firmware can be edited, compiled and uploaded if you have access to a Vlink Cable.  The hex can also be uploaded via a usb programmer such as USBasp.  I hope to have more vlink cables in stock soon, and depending upon demand, might pick up some programmers to sell from the site.


This is a totally "at your own risk" project.  I will be unable to provide tech support with how to edit the firmware, etc.  If you damage your board while attempting to upload new firmware, I can look and see if the board is repairable, but ithis will void the lifetime warranty.