As part of our Kickstarter campaign, we promised that the Triggertrap Shield and Triggertrap v1 would be as 'open' as we could make them. In practice, this meant that the source code and the schematics would be completely open source. We're really sorry it has taken us this long to release the schematics; we meant to do it much earlier, but we wanted to hold off publishing the schematics until we were shipping all our products properly.

Since we are now shipping both the Triggertrap v1 and the Triggertrap Shield for Arduino, we figured it was time we stayed true to our promise to release the code as well.

As detailed on our Licence page, the schematics and Eagle files are available under CC-BY-SA-3.0. The source code is available under GPLv3. Links to download both are below...

Introducing Triggertrap & Triggertrap Shield Schematics

Triggertrap was designed by our good friends at n0m1 design. Michael (the 'mi' in 'nomi') has created a bit of an introduction video, to explain what the various files are and do:

Enough talking, gimme the schematics!

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Please ensure that you understand what these licences mean before you do anything with the links below. For more information, see our Licence page.[/box]

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A huge thank you

Finally, we'd like to use this opportunity to give a huge thank-you to all our Kickstarter backers. You're legends, scholars, and true heroes in our book. We couldn't have done it without you!