LED indicator LEDs for use around a potentiometer or rotary encoder.Designed by DoubleDutch Electronics, Ships from United States of America
What is it? Board only This board has a 9mm hole in the center of the PCB to accommodate a rotary encoder or potentiometer. 16 LEDs are aligned around the top half of the shaft, indicating every...Read More…
This board has a 9mm hole in the center of the PCB to accommodate a rotary encoder or potentiometer. 16 LEDs are aligned around the top half of the shaft, indicating every click on an encoder with 20 indents. But it could do any pattern of your choosing. Each separate LED can be set to be on, off, blink, anything in between with the ICs PWM.
I made this as a proof of concept. See if I could use my CAD program for circular placement of components, place, and solder an SMD IC on the board, and have a precise hole routed in the middle of the board. This board worked great and exceeded expectations. I do not need more than 2 working boards, so Im selling extra boards.
This board runs on 5v, which can be taken off an Arduino. You will have to purchase and solder a TLC 59116 IC (US$ 2-3) and 16 LEDs on the board. Each led can be controlled individually or as part of a group. The TLC59116 is controlled through I2C, I can email the sketch I use to control the LEDs.
I'm selling the PCB only.
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SWANTON, VT, United States of America
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