I have a few of these TTP223 Capacitive Switch modules.
I see tutorials for making a momentary switch out of it by powering it with 5vdc to turn an LED on and off.
I also see allot of tutorials for making a power switch for a 120v AC lightbulb using transistors, resistors, relays, etc.
I just want to use it for a very simple operation, to use it as a momentary spst switch to interrupt one lead of a an XLR jack to make a push-to-talk microphone circuit.
There is no power to the dynamic microphone (no phantom or anything). It's a plain dynamic "passive" Shure SM58.
I use a mechanical momentary spst as a "push-to-talk" by interrupting one of the leads in a straight XLR to XLR connection.
Is there a way to "drop in" a TTP223 module in place of the mechanical spst momentary switch?
As the TTP223 module uses power, having the LED would be a nice thing to show that the button is pushed, but that is not necessary. I mainly just want the silent push-to-talk button.