A fully hardware-debounced rotary encoder moduleDesigned by idyl.io, Ships from Singapore
What is it? This module is a fully hardware debounced rotary encoder Why did you make it? Rotary encoders are amazing in many applications but bouncing issues cause problems reading values and make...Read More…
This module is a fully hardware debounced rotary encoder
Rotary encoders are amazing in many applications but bouncing issues cause problems reading values and make them unsafe to connect to an interrupt pin of a micro-controller. Lots of CPU power is lost trying to poll and debounce using code. These bounces are filtered with a RC network filter and a Schmitt trigger gate, making it completely clean and easy to integrate in your projects without over-burdening your micro-controller with software tricks. This is even more relevant when dealing with low end 8 bit chips such as the atmega in the Arduino Uno where every CPU clock matters.
This encoder was built with very high quality and reliability in mind. Its features include:
If you pick the Bourns rotary encoder module, the module will come with a Bourns PEC12R-4225F-S0024 high quality rotary encoder. This encoder features: - 24 Pulses - 24 Detents (the clicking sound at each step) - A switch - Standard 6mm diameter shaft - 25mm shaft length
Additionally, the module comes with a standard 5 pin right angle header that will make it easy to connect to a microcontroller.
Through hole components come Not soldered.
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