You might have tried to use a regular 6x6mm tactile switch in a breadboard only to discover that it's really hard to make them stay down in the holes and get a good connection even if you have stra...Read More…
You might have tried to use a regular 6x6mm tactile switch in a breadboard only to discover that it's really hard to make them stay down in the holes and get a good connection even if you have straightened out the kinks in the leads.
With the cheap Button2 board (and its big brother the Button3) all your button related problems will be solved in an instant! It's like magic! :-)
The buttons will already be soldered to the pcb, but you'll have to solder the included pin headers yourself - this is for making it easier and cheaper to ship.
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Steve | Aug. 23, 2013
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