IO/Inputs/[DIN]/Debounce Registry Key
This defines the Debounce Delay in milliseconds.
Relays and switches have mechanical contacts which physically make or break
a circuit. Rarely will the contacts come together solidly or separate
decisively without bouncing (briefly making and breaking the circuit). This
can raise havoc with digital latching and counting circuits that might be
monitoring through the relay/switch contact. It can result in latching at the
wrong time (when the relay opens for instance) or in extra counts. Both are
By default the JNIOR digital inputs are debounced . An input must remain
quiet (not change) for the specified delay before any transition on that
input will be processed (latched, counted or logged).
This is sufficient to eliminate most all of the issues arising from contact
A setting of 0 disables the debounce. In this case the JNIOR is capable of
counting transitions occurring at rates up to roughly 1,800 per second.
HELP Topics: IO/Inputs/[DIN]/Latching