upm  1.7.1
Sensor/Actuator repository for libmraa (v2.0.0)
Public Member Functions

API for the Grove Rotary Encoder. More...

Detailed Description

UPM module for the Grove rotary encoder. This rotary encoder encodes a rotation signal into electronic pulses that can be used to measure rotation and direction. It is useful in cases where a rotary knob is required, but using a potentiometer is not desirable. A rotary encoder can turn a full 360 degrees without a stop and does not place a resistive load on the circuit, as is the case with a potentiometer.

This module maintains a position that is incremented or decremented according to the rotation on the encoder.

// Instantiate a Grove Rotary Encoder, using signal pins D2 and D3
upm::RotaryEncoder rotaryencoder(2, 3);
while (shouldRun) {
cout << "Position: " << rotaryencoder.position() << endl;

Public Member Functions

 RotaryEncoder (int pinA, int pinB)
 ~RotaryEncoder ()
void initPosition (int count=0)
int position ()

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

RotaryEncoder ( int  pinA,
int  pinB 

RotaryEncoder constructor

pinADigital pin to use for signal A
pinBDigital pin to use for signal B

RotaryEncoder destructor

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Member Function Documentation

void initPosition ( int  count = 0)

Resets the position to a given number; default is 0.

countInteger to initialize the position to

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int position ( )

Gets the position value

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