the momentary on push button (GPIO adapter)

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  • #2905

    alexbleks
    Participant

    Is it possible to use another button?

    #2906

    petrockblog
    Keymaster

    Do you mean another emulated button on the software side?

    Or another hardware button?

    Both would be possible …

    #2909

    alexbleks
    Participant

    Do you mean another emulated button on the software side?

    Or another hardware button?

    Both would be possible …

    Yes, a hardware button. Is it just a quick short-circuit to send the signal to the Raspberry?

    #2925

    petrockblog
    Keymaster

    Do you mean another emulated button on the software side?

    Or another hardware button?

    Both would be possible …

    Yes, a hardware button. Is it just a quick short-circuit to send the signal to the Raspberry?

    The schematics of the Adapter can be found at http://blog.petrockblock.com/?wpdmdl=7.

    When the button is pressed, the pin is pulled high. I hope this helps?!

    #2926

    alexbleks
    Participant

    Thanks!! 🙂

    #3029

    tman140
    Participant

    So technically, instead of using this button, i can wire it to the NES reset button instead?

    #3031

    petrockblog
    Keymaster

    Yes – that’s correct!

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