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both KBI buttons on KE06

Question asked by William Putnam on Dec 7, 2018
Latest reply on Dec 11, 2018 by Mark Butcher

I'm using the MCUXpresso (v10.2.1) IDE to make software for my FRDM-KE06Z board. (SDK v2.4.1)


I have an application where I need to use both SW2 and SW3 to control two different actions. I've initialized them both as such:

kbi_config_t sKBIConfig;

sKBIConfig.pinsEnabled = 18000000;       //both SW2 and SW3

sKBIConfig.pinsEdge = 0;                        //falling edge

sKBIConfig.mode = kKBI_EdgesDetect;   //just on edges


KBI_Init(KBI1, &sKBIConfig);



In order to differentiate between the two buttons, I was thinking on using


to read the source pin value in order to determine which button is being pressed. I'm doing it like this in the handler function:

if (KBI_IsInterruptRequestDetected(KBI1)){


        if (KBI_GetSourcePinStatus(KBI1) == 134217728){   //SW3



       else if (KBI_GetSourcePinStatus(KBI1) == 268435456){   //SW2





What I've noticed in breakpoints is that when the application first loads, if I stick to pressing only one of the two buttons, I'll get the proper return value from the source pin status function. But if I then press the other button, that same function returns a value of 402653184 (the values of SW2 and SW3 combined). And if I go back to pressing the button that I was pressing before, I'll still get 402653184. That value will stay the same no matter which button until I reset the application.


I'm not sure whether it's a matter of a flag not getting cleared properly. According to fsl_kbi.h, the clear interrupt flag function modifies base->sc, while the source pin status function is reading from base->sp. In addition, I was unable to find any information on how to properly "reset" the pins, as I'm not modifying arrays directly the way I'm doing it here.


Is there something I'm overlooking?