Grove - Button is a momentary push button. It contains one independent "momentary on/off" button. “Momentary” means that the button rebounds on its own after it is released. The button outputs a HIGH signal when pressed, and LOW when released.
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We prepared a guide introduced switches and buttons for Arduino you can find at Seeed. Please check How to use a switch button with Arduino? – Simple Tutorial to learn more.
We also provide a simple example code for you to get started more easily. Please check our Wiki for more detailed information.
Buttons are important for Arduino interactive projects. Grove - Button is a momentary push button. It contains one independent "momentary on/off" button. “Momentary” means that the button rebounds on its own after it is released. The button outputs a HIGH signal when pressed, and LOW when released. The Sig marked on silk layer stands for a signal while NC stands for not used at all.
Grove connectors also help you paring the button by the way of only plug and play. If you wish to ON/OFF a circuit by pressing a button-down instead of flipping it, the Grove – Button is for you!
Grove makes it easier to connect, experiment, and simplify the prototyping process. No jumpers or soldering required. We have developed more than 300 Grove modules, covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill a variety of needs. Not only are these open hardware, but we also have open-source software.
We have just released the Grove - Dual Button, it is a button that can control dual-channel signals. Besides, it is also very good-looking, so take a look at it and you will love it!
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