ADC keyboard analog 5 channel button sensor for Arduino

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Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
ALSobot
Model Number:
RB-02S159
Output:
Analog Sensor

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Description

When designing the input circuit of the key, we usually adopt independent IO port to connect the key or matrix connection.Matrix connections take up IO less than independent connections, but is there a better way? The simulation keyboard module is a good solution to this problem. It allows you to read the state of 5 keys with one simulated IO port, which really simplifies the circuit.When the button is pressed, the corresponding LED will light up next to the button.

Specifications

  • Item name: ADC keyboard
  • Item Code: RB-02S159
  • Brand: ALSRobot
  • Place of origin: China
  • Fixed hole: M3*4
  • Size: 55mm*40mm
  • Interface type: 3P sensor interface
  • Signal type: analog signal
  • Indicator light: 5 buttons
  • Working voltage: 3.3v or 5V
  • Working current: ≤ 20mA
  • Pin definition:
    + : power positive
    - : power supply negative pole
    S: signal
  • Connection line: 3P sensor connection line
  • Indicator light: indicator light is provided next to the five buttons of S1-S5

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ADC keyboard connect to the Arduino UNO R3 controller

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