Now I have quadrature sensor which gives me output of 360 pulses per 1 rev.
How can I get them multiplied lets say by 5 or by 10.So initially I would like to get 1800 or 3600 pulses on the receiver side.
And yes this is correct I would like to see output from 1-5, 2-10, 3- 15...Yes I do understand that I am not getting higher resolution however I will feed this data to existing devise in right speed with right amount of pulses.
My project is converting my small A3 desktop Epson printer in to the small flatbed printer.
so now I would like to use standard 180 or 360 optical encoder strip and place it on the table and read it with original encoder.
However to make sure I have a right print table speed and right print size I have to feed similar amount of pulses. So with original 360 lpi encoder strip I will get only 360 pulses per 25.4 mm of linear movement And I need 6300 so really I have to multiply output all the time by 17.5Does it make any sense?