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zer0_JuLz

i really appreciate ur help guys...

with regards to connecting grounds, we connected the ground of the supply of our input device to the ground of our arduino... but yet there's also a ground near the outputs of our input device...and i assume the 2 grounds are connected, so we did not connect it

zer0_JuLz

i keep researching about this guys..so, could the pull down resistors be the perfect solution?

Nick Gammon

Is there a device connected to pin 12? Is it turned on? Is it wired correctly? Perhaps a photo or schematic?

Nick Gammon


actually, im using a device which outputs digital signals...and it is connected in pin 12 of my arduino.
(it is an infrared device with a remote as its controller).


A link to the device please.

All this talk about "a device" when you could have specified a part number, and a link to it, is simply wasting time.

zer0_JuLz


Is there a device connected to pin 12? Is it turned on? Is it wired correctly? Perhaps a photo or schematic?


i don't have a photo or a schematic sir, but it is an infrared device which is controlled by a remote in which when a corresponding button in the remote is pressed, it has digital output, which is connected to pin 12. my problem is, even though i'm not pressing a button, the serial monitor outputs infinite loop of high and low, which really confuses me if this is a pull down resistor issue.

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