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=== Momentary Button ===
 
=== Momentary Button ===
*Pro
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*Pro Cheap, simple, uses only 1 bit port
*Con
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*Con If you use a bunch uses a lot of port bits
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=== Rotery Switch Button ===
 
=== Rotery Switch Button ===
 
*Pro
 
*Pro

Revision as of 05:37, 4 July 2009

The intent of this page is to document different styles of user interfaces for microcontrollers together with code ( any language ) to drive them. We could use some contributions, can you help?

Input

Momentary Button

  • Pro Cheap, simple, uses only 1 bit port
  • Con If you use a bunch uses a lot of port bits

Rotery Switch Button

  • Pro
  • Con

Output

Single Led

In its simplest form either on or off, slightly harder to read are various patterns of blinks.

  • Pro
  • Con

Multiple Led

  • Pro
  • Con

7 Segment Led

= LCD