Tag Archives: rotary encoder

PU-2: Meet Beta!

The PU-2 made it to Beta. As you can see in the picture above, the PU-2 is an external module, linked to a connecting board inside the Behringer FCB1010 with a flat cable. The reason for the external moduleĀ  is … Continue reading

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Line 6: Renaming it PU-1.

Time as come to put the Line 6 pedal board back together. I decided to call this particular board the Line 6/PU-1. I hacked it… then it is mine! The behringer FCB1010 will probably be the PU-2… The PU-1 will … Continue reading

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Arduino: Using a rotary encoder

As explained in this post, rotary encoders are notoriously unreliable. Well, the cheap ones are. Why bother? But wait, could they be used at all? Most of the problems people complain about have to do with bouncing. But is bouncing … Continue reading

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Side Project: understanding cheap Rotary encoders

Seven whole days! That’s how long I had to work to finally get my rotary encoder to work with the Arduino! The idea is to be able to quickly select a preset on a guitar pedal board using a rotary … Continue reading

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