I am putting up a picture of the breadboard swithch setup that only works in a particular order when it goes into the arduino.
The help section of the forums is under repair where do I put the url int
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Assuming those are SPDT switches, and they sure appear to be, why not just attach one pole of each to +0V and the other to +5V and the common of each to a digital pin on the Arduino.
QuoteAssuming those are SPDT switches, and they sure appear to be, why not just attach one pole of each to +0V and the other to +5V and the common of each to a digital pin on the Arduino.Because if they are not a break before make type you short out your power supply every time you change it over.
Is there any way to know if a SPDT switch is break before make or make before break?
The code would just be the serial print commands with the inputs serial printing whether they are high or low.
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