4 X 4 MATRIX ARRAY 16 KEY MEMBRANE SWITCH KEYPAD

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Keyboard for Arduino and Raspberry Pi Projects

15.00 AED

A basic 16 button keypad for user input. The buttons are setup in a matrix format. This allows a microcontroller to ‘scan’ the 8 output pins to see which of the 16 buttons is being pressed.

Features:

  • Ultra-thin design
  • Adhesive backing
  • Excellent price/performance ratio
  • Easy interface to any microcontroller

Application:

  • Security systems
  • Menu selection
  • Data entry for embedded systems

Specifications:

Key Operating Force 150-200N
Rebound time 1 (ms)
Life of 100 million (times)
Circuit Rating: 35V (DC), 100mA, 1W
Contact resistance: 10Ω ~ 500Ω (Varies according to the lead lengths and material used)
Insulation resistance 100MΩ
Dielectric Strength: 250VRms (50 ~ 60Hz 1min)
Electric shock jitter: <5ms
Life span: one million times
Operating pressure: Touch feeling: 170 ~ 397g (6 ~ 14oz)
Operating temperature: -40 to +80
Storage temperature: -40 to +80
Vibration: 20G, max. (10 ~~ 200Hz, the Mil-SLD-202 M204.Condition B)

Note: You need Jumper wires/ Headers to interface with Arduino and Raspberry Pi


Downloads and Documents:

Arduino Playground

Download Keypad Library

Instructables

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