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Volume control with rotary encoder
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Thank you, for this information, I tested your configuration for the KY-040 rotary encoder, it works perfectly well, seeing your diagram I realized my connection error, I had connected it to 5v instead of 3.3 v on the Raspberry  Blush

I did not modify the script, I only connected the rotary encoder and it worked straight away

The rotary_encoder.bash script I shared earlier on this page makes the rotary encoder work perfectly

In any case thank you, I will not need to print the front face of my facade a new time

I will come back if I find a solution for the second encoder

Smile
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(08-03-2020, 08:16 PM)Mella Wrote: Thank you, for this information, I tested your configuration for the KY-040 rotary encoder, it works perfectly well, seeing your diagram I realized my connection error, I had connected it to 5v instead of 3.3 v on the Raspberry  Blush

I did not modify the script, I only connected the rotary encoder and it worked straight away

The rotary_encoder.bash script I shared earlier on this page makes the rotary encoder work perfectly

In any case thank you, I will not need to print the front face of my facade a new time

I will come back if I find a solution for the second encoder

Smile

AWESOME!  I’m looking forward to see that second encoder too! Thank you for sharing your code, findings and diagrams.
Thanks, Frank
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