Navigation keypad for your Arduino project.Designed by RoboPanner, Ships from United States of America
What is it? Simple navigation keypad with a central 5-way joystick and two (left and right) buttons. Can be used on a breadboard or integrated into your own PCB. What You Get PCB with optional comp...Read More…
Simple navigation keypad with a central 5-way joystick and two (left and right) buttons. Can be used on a breadboard or integrated into your own PCB.
PCB with optional components to solder. Fun and useful for both beginners and gurus.
The existing analog Arduino keypad does not recognize when two buttons are pressed simultaneously. I needed this feature badly. Besides I just like writing software and learning new things.
Highly usable yet simple to program and add to your project. The referenced sample Arduino code requires knowledge of C++. Yet the keyboard should be easy to use with any micro processor.
|1||VCC||Voltage supply. Connect to VCC of your controller.|
|2||A1||Connect to analog input.|
|3||A2||Connect to another analog input.|
|4||NC||Not connected. Recommend to connect to pin 5.|
|5||AGND||Connect to analog ground. Or ground.|
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