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  • posted byFireshell on 04/16/2014

    Cheap, very flexible and very versatile matrix keypad. Used this to replace a broken Microwave input panel and even after months of intensive use it performs well. Has a clear feeling of when the "click" connects. Glue strip on the back is strong enough to fix, and hold it in place without ... Read more

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  • posted byshiron on 03/20/2014

    An easy to setup 4x4 keypad. Easy to connect and start using - just use one of the libraries available and you are ready to go. You can use the characters as described or use your own - just print and glue above. Really easy to do so. Flexible. Cable is a bit short. Feels fragile. There are lots of examples ... Read more

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  • posted bymattura on 11/13/2013

    As described, very thin, a little flexible (you could stick it to a curved surface), clear keys with nice 'touch'. As mentioned it can be used with the keypad library here http://playground.arduino.cc/Code/Keypad The header looks like it might come out if pulled hard, so be careful with it Works nicely ... Read more

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  • posted byEdupenna on 05/29/2013

    The quality of the keypad is ammazing. It cames with a self adhesive transparent pelicule on the back of the keypad. When you lift it you can see the conection of the rows and coluns of the matrix. To use with Arduino, you can select the standart keypad library but you have to change the symbols of the ... Read more

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  • posted byedsoncfgarcia on 02/20/2013

    It's so thin that it is easy to glue it to something instead of having to drill a lot of holes. The buttons aren't super sensitive so you won't accidently press the wrong button. No proprietary connectors so hooking it up won't be the problem. Small enough to be used in various applications, buttons ... Read more

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  • posted bybunnybonga on 02/02/2013

    It's so thin that it is easy to glue it to something instead of having to drill a lot of holes. The buttons aren't super sensitive so you won't accidently press the wrong button. No proprietary connectors so hooking it up won't be the problem The flat-flex cable consists of two of 4 wires instead of ... Read more

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  • posted byDamyanMitev on 01/08/2013

    Small enough to be used in various applications, buttons large enough even for fat fingers. "Buttons" are easy to press, with discrete "click" feeling - no wondering "did I press this?" Material is quite strong, yet flexible. Does not come with holes or other dedicated means ... Read more

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  • posted byunailopez16 on 08/24/2012

    You can use it to build your own projects, like a simple circuit with a PIC18, and it will work correctly. I´ve been using it for 3 months and it doesn´t seem to break in the future. Because its construction is in plastic, the first impression is that this article is a bit crappy, but nothing ... Read more

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