A 3 button breakout board. Connect nice mechanical switches to an Arduino or the RaspberryPi.Designed by Aaron Fischer in Germany
Use three independent mechanical switches on I/O-pins on your next project. Each switch has a pull-up resistor to reflect the actual state (pressed is logical HIGH, not pressed is logical LOW) and ...Read More…
Use three independent mechanical switches on I/O-pins on your next project. Each switch has a pull-up resistor to reflect the actual state (pressed is logical HIGH, not pressed is logical LOW) and a status indicator LED. You can use the LED to signal the button state (on/off).
The switches are Cherry MX-brown like mechanical switches. These are one of the best mechanical switches you can get! It has a light, tactile, non-clicky trigger point (45 cN actuation force).
The keycaps are DSA blue (ABS plastic) from Signature Plastics, a leading keycap manufacturer. The keycaps can be replaced with other MX compatible caps.
Just plug the wires into your I/O pins from your Arduino or Raspberry Pi and set it as input/output (see image). Please see the documentation for a sample code.
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Patrick | July 2, 2020
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