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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
@ChrisStratton Fixed
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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
Thanks man, just asking, what if multiple buttons where pressed at the same time ? Does this solution still work ?
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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
So many thanks, What if I had 10,000 of inputs ? Will this solution work ?
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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
Okay then, this tutorial : arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ShiftIn ... using CD4021BE ... right ?
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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
I think this would work for me : arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ShiftOut ... Because I'm using arduino. What do you think ?
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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
@EugeneSh. Oh and it won't be fast, it will be in human speed. Maybe 10-20 buttons per second. (one by one, not at the same time)
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comment Reading hundreds of inputs with a single atmega32
@EugeneSh. Well, if this matters, the short answer is no. Only one single button will be pushed at the same time.
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comment Will a 3V3 rated UART be damaged by applying 5V signals?
@Passerby I just did it as a blind test with hope that angles do a miracle for me in some way !!!! But I'm really curious why this happens when connect RX to RX and TX to TX ! for sure it shouldn't act like that ... i don't know ...
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