i2c based 80 key input keypad,18 GPIO, or a mix of the twoDesigned by Fyber Labs Inc. in United States of America
What is it? A keypad scan device controlled by i2c that can also configure its pins to be GPIO. Why did you make it? To add wearable flex keypads to Fyber Labs projects. What makes it special? The si…Read More…
A keypad scan device controlled by i2c that can also configure its pins to be GPIO.
To add wearable flex keypads to Fyber Labs projects.
The simple i2c based control and large keypad support in a simple QFN chip.
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