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November 5, 2010
about 5 years ago
Thank you for taking a look. I found a push button switch from E-Switch (similar to the ones here) that is only single color mode but it is working fine. When there is no signal I wanted it to blink red like the original LED does, but now it is just off. When the unit is on it is solid blue, and when it is on and not receiving signal is blinks blue, so this works out OK I guess. So long I have enough visual data to know what mode it is in I am fine. Not the ideal solution though...
Anyone know if this button can be modded to house a small Bi-color Blue/Red 3 wire LED by chance? I am building my own display and need a momentary button that changes color as the original led does. In fact, I can re-use the original led. Can this button be disassembled to reach the LED? Thanks
about 7 years ago
Can we sell this with the male port vertically flush with the breakout board please? Peoples prototyping needs need this vertically flush with the pcb.
about 8 years ago
Is this the smallest on-off switch you have by chance?
about 9 years ago
Never mind, I just realized this has all 5 pins available, but is just missing the pcb trace for pin 4. I guess I can manufacture my own trace using trace repair wire hopefully.
Wow, this would have worked perfectly had it had all 5 pins. I need both pins 4 and 5 available on this for a large project of mine. Anyone know where a micro USB female port just like this could be found with all 5 pin outs?
about 9 years ago
Perfect for manufacturing JIG's for Samsung Smartphones to call up various user modes, for example Car Docking mode, or Download Mode for when you brick your device. Many other modes exist and all that is needed is figuring out the resistance value between pins 4 and 5 to call up the function desired. Nice little board.
No public wish lists :(