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f.schiano

Hi to everyone,

I need to read data from the following encoder:
http://www.kuebler.com/usa/prod-sen-inkremental-5000.html

It has the connections listed in the attachment.

I would like to know if someone of you could give me some hints or links on how to connect this sensor to arduino.

I can connect the pin 1 to GND of the Arduino, the pin 2 to 5V but then I don´t know what to do with A, B, 0 and A_ , B_, 0_

Thanks for your help,
Fabrizio.
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f.schiano

#1
Jan 08, 2014, 10:03 am Last Edit: Jan 08, 2014, 10:05 am by f.schiano Reason: 1
I solved partially my problem. Now I have the following code:

Code: [Select]

/*ENCODER*/

int encoder0Pos=0;
int encoderA=3;
int encoderB=4;
int encoderPinALast=LOW;
int n= LOW;


void setup() {
  // put your setup code here, to run once:
pinMode(encoderA,INPUT);
pinMode(encoderB,INPUT);
Serial.begin(9600);

}

void loop() {
  // put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
  n= digitalRead(encoderA);
  if((encoderPinALast==LOW)&&(n==HIGH)){
  if(digitalRead(encoderB)==LOW){
  encoder0Pos--;
          }
          else{
          encoder0Pos++;
          }
  Serial.println(encoder0Pos);
//Serial.print("/");     
  }
encoderPinALast=n;
}


The output is always starting from 0 and it increases (if I turn the encoder counterclockwise) or decreases (if I turn the encoder clockwise).

The wiring is the following:

-------------------------------------------
ENCODER -> ARDUINO
-------------------------------------------
Signal A    -> digital pin 3 Arduino
Signal B    -> digital pin 4 Arduino
Signal 0V -> GND Arduino
Signal +V -> 5V Arduino
-------------------------------------------
Now my problem is the following, how can I use the signal 0 of the encoder as reference signal to understand the movement from the home position?

Thanks in advance,
Fabrizio.
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f.schiano

I solved my problem.

Upload the following code to the Arduino (I have a DUE).

With the following connections:
-------------------------------------------
ENCODER -> ARDUINO
-------------------------------------------
Signal A    -> digital pin 3 Arduino
Signal B    -> digital pin 4 Arduino
Signal 0    -> digital pin 5 Arduino
Signal 0V -> GND Arduino
Signal +V -> 5V Arduino
-------------------------------------------

To read the value of the encoder you should type an E and press ENTER in the serial monitor. This because otherwise, if the the movement is too fast, it is not possible to print the value every time.

Moreover in the following code is also inserted the zeroIndex signal and so after one entire round (360°) the counting goes to 0.

If you want to see the degrees instead of the pulses . You just have to modify the following line:
Serial.println(encoder0Pos);
in
Serial.println(encoder0Pos*360/n);

where n is the number of pulses of the encoder per revolution (you find this value, for sure, on the datasheet).

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#define encoder0PinA 3

#define encoder0PinB 4

#define encoderZeroIndex 5

volatile int encoder0Pos = 0;

void setup() {

  pinMode(encoder0PinA, INPUT);
  pinMode(encoder0PinB, INPUT);
  pinMode(encoderZeroIndex, INPUT);   


  attachInterrupt(3, doEncoderA, RISING);
  attachInterrupt(5, doEncoderZero, RISING);

  Serial.begin (9600);
}

void loop(){
if(Serial.available()){
if(Serial.read()=='E'){
Serial.println(encoder0Pos);
}
}

  }

void doEncoderA(){

  // look for a low-to-high on channel A
  //if (digitalRead(encoder0PinA) == HIGH) {
    // check channel B to see which way encoder is turning
    if (digitalRead(encoder0PinB) == LOW) { 
      encoder0Pos = encoder0Pos + 1;         // CW
    }
    else {
      encoder0Pos = encoder0Pos - 1;         // CCW
    }
  //}

}


void doEncoderZero(){
encoder0Pos=0;
}


I hope this will help someone,
let me know if there is some error or if something is not clear.

Fab.
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MathiasVDA

Hey shiano.,
Have you checked ooit the existing encoder libraries?
http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/RotaryEncoders

f.schiano

not yet. Thanks for the hint.

I was on that page but I didn´t finish to read :)
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