Need help understanding what is happening to my circuit and to adjust accordingly...
I had a working push-button sender & receiver system over Xbee :: push the button activate a remote relay. I wanted to make my remote smaller so I bought these buttons on Amazon : https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07DDG8T8V/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Now my circuit keeps blinking without me touching the button. When I compare with the old ones I had (approx 10 Ohm resistance when pushed) these new buttons give me about 40 to 60 Ohms depending on which pins I use.
Is the added resistance causing the Arduino to think a button is pressed when it's not (bouncing) ? Do I compensate by increasing my pull-down resistor, I had a 5.1kOhm while supplying 3.3v to the button, I went to 10kOhm still doing the same blinking.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.