silvia11931Tommaso Martorella
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Interrupts Debouncing with Zerynth (Python for IoT)

In this tutorial, we'll see the advanced feature of interrupt debouncing using Zerynth.

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Interrupts Debouncing with Zerynth (Python for IoT)

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Arduino MKR1000
Arduino MKR1000
×1
Jumper wires (generic)
Jumper wires (generic)
×1

Software apps and online services

Zerynth Studio
Zerynth Studio

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Schematics

Schematics

Code

main.py

Python
################################################################################
# Interrupt Debounce
#
# Created by Zerynth Team 2015 CC
# Authors: G. Baldi, D. Mazzei
################################################################################

# import streams
import streams
# import pwm for testing
import pwm


# CONNECT pin D3 to PIN D2 for this example to work!

streams.serial()

def on_touch_up():
    print("touched UP")

def on_touch_dn():
    print("touched DN")
    

    
try:    
    # D2 will call touch_up on rise and touch_dn on fall with different debounce times
    onPinRise(D2,on_touch_up,debounce=500)
    onPinFall(D2,on_touch_dn,debounce=300)
except Exception as e:
    print(e)




while True:
    for x in [100,200,300,400,500,600,700,800,900]:
        print("--->",x, 1000-x)
        # start pwm on D3 with the current period
        pwm.write(D3.PWM,1000,x)
        # now wait and check if debounce is working
        sleep(5000)

Credits

silvia11931

silvia11931

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Tommaso Martorella

Tommaso Martorella

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