Switch Pin Assignments

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  • #9102

    Andrew
    Participant

    Hi Michael
    Just starting to put my project together and have a couple of questions. I need to have remote switches from the main board, ie Big Red, Left, Right & Select. Which pin assignments of the four switch pins are the active pair so that I can remove the switches and solder in my remote contact wires?

    #9103

    Andrew
    Participant

    Also as you look at the board from above, are the IR Receiver pin assignments as follows SIGNAL – GND – 5V or are they different?

    #9104

    Michael Krumpus
    Keymaster

    For all the switches, both “top” pins are connected to ground, and both “bottom” pins are connected to the microcontroller. So to replace a switch, use either of the top pins and either of the bottom pins.

    Correct, the IR sensor is SIGNAL – GND – 5V

    #9106

    Andrew
    Participant

    Many thanks Michael

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