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4x4 Keypad with Adhesive Backing

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4x4 Keypad with Adhesive Backing

4x4 keypad top view 4x4 keypad view of the back of the keypad. 4x4 keypad with the adhesive backing exposed.
4x4 keypad top view 4x4 keypad view of the back of the keypad. 4x4 keypad with the adhesive backing exposed.

Introduction:

Similar to a push button is array of keys are all tied together and will provide continuity with the rows and column. This allows the 16 key to be read using only 8 connections. There are 4 connections for the rows and 4 connection for the columns. The method to get the key pressed is to scan the rows and columns.

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4x4 Keypad with Adhesive Backing

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