Analog Keypad or Multiple Buttons on A single Arduino Pins

With Analog Keypad library , you can uses Analog Keypad or Multiple buttons easily with ONLY a single Arduino pin.

The below are example code for Analog Keypad. It is similar for multiple buttons.

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   This example reads the pressed key from analog keypad and prints it to Serial Monitor.

#include <ezAnalogKeypad.h>

ezAnalogKeypad keypad(A0);  // create ezAnalogKeypad object that attach to pin A0

void setup() {

  // MUST READ: You MUST run the calibration example, press key one-by-one to get the analog values
  // The below values is just an example, your keypad's value may be different
  keypad.setNoPressValue(0);  // analog value when no key is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('1', 100); // analog value when the key '1' is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('2', 150); // analog value when the key '2' is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('3', 200); // analog value when the key '3' is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('4', 250); // analog value when the key '4' is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('*', 450); // analog value when the key '*' is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('0', 500); // analog value when the key '0' is pressed
  keypad.registerKey('#', 550); // analog value when the key '#' is pressed

void loop() {
  unsigned char key = keypad.getKey();
  if (key) {

You can see the library reference and more example code here: Analog Keypad

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Quite a nice idea packed into a library.

Thank you.

How about including a schematic showing the switch and resistor interconnections for your solderless breadboard layout.

Hi, @IoT_hobbyist

I notice on your very informative and setout website that you mostly give Fritzy images instead of circuit diagrams.
A proper schematic in each project will top off a very good website.

Tom... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

Dear @LarryD , @TomGeorge Firstly, Thank you for your suggestion.
Do you mean the schematic like this ?

Like this;

A schematic.. with part designators and values.

Tom.... :smiley: :+1: :coffee: :australia:

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I think the OP has a resistor between +5v and the first switch.

However, I like yours, but the bottom switch is funny.

Thank you all,
I took note. I will consider to your suggestion when I have more time.

Be healthy and happy!
Best regards,