I want to build a garage door opener using a Click relay board.
From the RapidIot module I want to use a side push button to control the relay.
I thought I could get a trigger when the button was pressed and could close the relay and another trigger when the user button was released which would re-open the relay.
But the user buttons don't support the released trigger!
I also wonder about an interface from a phone or web app. Is there a user interface component which could simulate the Close / Open functionality of a good old fashioned push button?
Sorry I wasn't clear. I was referring to the push buttons not the touch controller buttons.
However I've delved into the code enough to see that I can extend the interface to include "button released" triggers.
Seems like a bit of work spanning several layers of embedded code. But I can see its doable.
After more research I've found that the Application API does support both "pressed" and "released" triggers.
Additionally the basic "button" element also supports a "released" trigger.
I assumed that the RapidIoT "User Buttons" would have been built upon the basic "Button" element and I was wrong!
Is there a good reason the "User Buttons" element does not provide released triggers?
Is there a way to create an fully compatible "User Buttons" element alternative that does support the released triggers?
Is there a concept of a combined element that contains two or more basic elements? User Buttons = 4 buttons
You could add that specific condition in the code editor, or in the MCUxpresso downloading the complete project. Implement a software timer that gets the button value and if it changes again you could create an event.
Is there a concept of a combined element that contains two or more basic elements? User Buttons = 4 buttons.
The X9500 Touch Controls the 4 buttons, did you see the triggers section in the rapid IoT Studio