This module is an incremental rotary encoder. It encodes the rotation signal from the axis and output the signal by electronic pulse. The Grove – Encoder is one of the Grove series and has a standard Grove interface.
When you need to add a rotary knob to your project, for example a volume knob for a speaker, a selection panel or a digital input, this will be your first choice.
It is able to generate another signal when it’s being pressed down. However due to the limitation of the number of Grove signal cable, the module is made without output of this signal.
360 degree rotary
Net Weight: 12g
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FWIW, this does not currently work correctly on the Wio devices. Seeed's existing driver doesn't distinguish between turning direction, so you can only receive a pulse for every incremental rotation, no matter which direction you're turning. Thus, in
Hi Vinoth kumar.The amplitude of the pulse signal is dependent on the flow rate.
Is it possible to somehow unlock the possibilities of the push function?
Hi,Nathan Berzai.You can drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org,maybe our custom service will help you,and you can offer your demand.
This is screaming to be made as an I2C interface device so you can get that push-button in place. Is the push signal on an easily-tapped pad? Can't tell from the images.
Hi,Nathan Berzai.Now we aim at water flowing,but a drip from a sink may not be detected.Perhaps we will make a more sensitive one in the future.
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