This is basic example of how to read the state of a rotary encoder such as theÂ KY040 Rotary Encoder Module (HCMODU0063).
3…SW connects pin to GND whebn shaft is pressed
4…DT direction pulse. Pin has 10K pullup connected to supply.
5…CLK clock pulse. Pin has 10K pullup connected to supply.
/* FILE: Rotary_Encoder_Example.cpp
AUTHOR: Andrew Davies
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/* Define digital pins used to read the encoder */
#define DT 2
#define CLK 3
#define SW 4
/* Main program */
/* Reset the counter */
counter = 0;
/* Continiouously read the state of the encoder */
/* Read the status of the dial */
DialPos = (digitalRead(CLK) << 1) | digitalRead(DT);
/* Is the dial being turned anti-clockwise? */
if (DialPos == 3 && Last_DialPos == 1)
/* Is the dial being turned clockwise? */
if (DialPos == 3 && Last_DialPos == 2)
/* Output the counter to the serial port */
/* Is the switch pressed? */
/* Save the state of the encoder */
Last_DialPos = DialPos;