I'm testing ADuCM361 evaluation kit. There I found hardware key debouncing is not given.
My question is "does ADuCM361 has internal debouncing". or do we have to provide it externally?
Thanks & Regards,
Remember that the core starts if you release the key, so if you have again through to jitter a reset event, the core restarts again and requires the star up time before your code is executed. Normally, if you have doubts, I would recommend a RC-Filter - whatever your requirements are and what's the jitter is you have from your key.
If it has internal debouncing, what is the debouncing period.
There is not a explicit de-bounce for the RESET input, but through to the fact that first of all the internal kernel is executed to reload the factory calibration data, this time as specified on page 9 of the data sheet, specified as Start-Up-Time after a reset event is typical 1.44 ms gives you some kind of de-bounce.
Thanks for your reply MMA
And I have a doubt that, I think the debounce time as specified by you is very small and will work for key pressing incident. Then what about key releasing incident?
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