M274 360 Degree Rotary Encoder Brick Sensor Module
- Product SKU: KG189
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DescriptionThe M274 360 Degree Rotary Encoder Module Brick Sensor is a rotary input device (as in knob) that provides an indication of how much the knob has been rotated AND what direction it is rotating in. It’s a great device for stepper and servo motor control. You could also use it to control devices like digital potentiometers.
M274 360 rotary Degree encoder is an incremental electro-mechanical device that converts the angular position or motion of a shaft or axle to digital code. The output of incremental encoders provides information about the motion of the shaft, which is typically further processed in processor/controllers into information such as speed, distance, and position.
- The rotary encoder can be counted the number of pulse output reverse directions during the rotation in the positive direction and through the rotation and this count Rotation is not limited.
- With the key on the rotary encoder, you can reset to the initial state, that is, count from 0.
- Material of Knob Cap: Aluminum Alloy
Note: This module does not come with a fitting nut or washer, you have to buy it separately (the size required is 6.6mm).
- Model: KY-040
- Encoder Type: Incremental
- Cycles Per Revolution (CPR) : 20
- Operating Voltage (VDC) : 5
- PCB Hole Diameter(mm) : 2.75
- PCB Hole pitch distance(mm) : 13.75
- Length × Width × Height(mm) : 25 × 18 × 30
- Weight (gm) : 8
Integration with Arduino
nice boards and knobs, also it does have amounting nut and washer screwed down on body. Each encoder is packed in its own bag with knob which provides better protection during shipping.
I just wanted to say that these are exactly as pictured. Which isn't always the case when ordering KY-040 units e.g. other suppliers picture the threaded version, but ship the unthreaded version. I need the threads (wood enclosure), and these have threads.
One of them failed on me but good thing i had 5.
I have only tried one. It seems to work as it should.
It's a really good device, works as expected. It's logic is pretty simple: when CLK signal falls down, check the state of DT: if it's also "0" (zero) then it's a clock-wise rotation, if it's "1" - you're rotating counter-clock-wise. And of course you need some logic for de-bouncing.
great encoders and they have a switch integrated into the knob.
Good product, but when I was trying to set up a basic counter on my Arduino I could only get it to count forward. Once I removed the resistors from the back of the board it worked as it should.
Works as expected.Some bounce on switch but that's to be expected.