- Sat Sep 29, 2007 8:11 pm #35755
I got a sample of the RGB24 from www.ScreenKeys.com and have designed a small protoboard that holds one switch, includes two surface mount pull-up resistors and uses .1" pin spacing on a staggered grid for solderless breadboard mounting. The problem is that the board is less than 1" square and making only one would be cost prohibitive. The switch is really novel and easy to control though. It would be nice to have a prototyping system for these buttons. ScreenKeys makes their own, but the design is not very realistic. Why use a 48-pin DIP 8051 microcontroller for a couple of switches when you can get the same effect from a smaller SMD controller?