Indisputable to me is, that if I use a switch and a capacitor on pin RESET, it's very important to add a series resistor to the switch.
I also know that the relay contacts at high currents can stick together.
Of course I also know what is switch bounce.
But i read Atmel's AVR042 note, and there is information :
Whenever the switch is pressed it will short the capacitor, the current through the switch can have high peak values. This will cause the switch to bounce and give steep spikes in 2-10ms periods until the capacitor is discharged.
Do I correct understand that discharging current from the capacitor generates a bounce?
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