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Thread: Mouse encoders
face BY : Attila Muhi email (remove spam text)

Hi !

On other optic encoders, it can look like this: one pin is the reference signal. The signal on the other pin is different in phase, if the edge comes before the ref signal, the disc spins in one direction, if the edge comes after the reference signal, the disc spins in the other direction. I think that applies to mouse encoders as well.


Attila Muhi - SM4RAN

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