A KC11B04 analog AD 4x1 keypad only needs a single analog pin to readout 4 different buttons. The big advantage is that you save 3 pins, which you can now use for other components.
In this video I describe how to read the analog AD KC11B04 4x1 keypad and how this keypad uses resistors to split the different buttons. The keypad is called an AD-keypad since it has a single AD-pin (Analog Data).
My name is Bas van Dijk, entrepreneur, software developer and maker. With Bas on Tech I share video tutorials with a wide variety of tech subjects i.e. Arduino and 3D printing.
Years ago, I bought my first Arduino with one goal: show text on an LCD as soon as possible. It took me many Google searches and digging through various resources, but I finally managed to make it work. I was over the moon by something as simple as an LCD with some text.
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