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JoshuaLaLonde

I've searched and searched the internet for any information on this thing. The only thing I find is about 10 sites for AliExpress selling it. Normally I'd never purchase this thing, but it was one of several pieces that came with an uno kit i purchased and the geek in me just needs to figure it out and then I will probably put it to rest and never use it again.

I gave it power just to see if one of the eight led's would show life with any of the buttons, but I was sadly mistaken.

Literally any information would be satisfying at this point, so thank you in advance if you want to share your experience with it!

Joshua.

spycatcher2k

Please give a direct link to the product, I'm to lazy to do a search to help you.  :)
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PaulS

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Literally any information would be satisfying at this point
I doubt that. I googled HC-35. Google thinks it's a paint color by Benjamin Moore. I doubt that that was what was in your kit. You're really going to need to narrow it down a bit.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

JoshuaLaLonde


spcatcher2k

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/group/Arduino-Series/1678162_260470037.html



PaulS

I googled 'Arduino "hc-35" module'    ...quotes on the hc-35 because it was pulling up every other arduino module ever except this one so I needed to specifically find sites on that particular module.



spycatcher2k

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https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/1pcs-HC-35-4X4-Keypad-Matrix-Keyboard-16-Key-Push-Buttons-Tastatur-Switch-Keypad-Panel-4/1678162_32804097170.html?spm=2114.12010612.0.0.5bdadf47ElU8sy

There are schematics on the lower half of the page.  :)
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