Introduction: Arduino Resistor-less Keypad Access Control
This instructable uses the internal ATMEGA resistors to drive a 4x4 keypad for access control. Most of the information comes from https://www.instructables.com/id/Access-control-with-Arduino-Keypad-4x4-Servo/, I also used sources from here and there.
Using external resistors is cumbersome and totally unneeded because the ATMEGA has resistors to pull the digital pins up. Then, programmatically we'll put them down one column at a time to determine which key was pressed.
- Arduino UNO R3 (Feel free to use a different one).
- Flat keypad from amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Universial-Switch-Keypad-Keyboard-Arduino/dp/B008A30NW4/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1366921352&sr=8-2&keywords=keypad). The code allows us to use any size keypads just changing the numRows, numCols and keymap varibales. The only limit is the number of pins in your Arduino.
- Servo, I'm using "Servo Hitec HS-422HD Standard Deluxe" bought from a local electronics store.
You set your password in the variable password. If the keyed password is correct, the motor will action for 2 seconds and the led in pin 13 will light up. If the password is wrong the led on pin 13 will blink 5 times rapidly.
See it in action: http://youtu.be/rW9V2GxLZDc.
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