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USB 2.0 Cable 10 Foot Type A Male to Type B Male

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Why Debouncing is Important

Example of why debouncing for a push button is so important. The video shows schematic on paper of one button with hardware debouncing and two LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) connected to an AVR microcontroller. The push button switch is connected to pin 1 on PORT B and the LEDs are connected to pin 0 and pin 2 on the same port. These are green LEDs so a 330ohm resistor is used to limit the current through the LED. The circuit is created on a breadboard and a program is written to toggle the two LEDs.

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