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1998\02\06@045932 by Alvaro Deibe Diaz

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  Hi.

  I am looking for a potentiometer-like encoder with pushbutton, to manual
select data from a menu in a 16C73 based project. I've found Oak Grigsby
ones, but are a bit on the expensive side for my application. Do you know
where can I find such a thing?

  I also need an LDC dot matrix display with 8x1 characters. Any ideas?

  Thanks

1998\02\06@053326 by Aschwin Gopalan

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=?us-ascii?Q?Alvaro_Deibe_Diaz?= <spam_OUTadeibeTakeThisOuTspamcdf.udc.es> writes:
Hi!

>    Hi.
>
>    I am looking for a potentiometer-like encoder with pushbutton, to manual
> select data from a menu in a 16C73 based project. I've found Oak Grigsby
> ones, but are a bit on the expensive side for my application. Do you know
> where can I find such a thing?
I was looking for those a while ago. All optical encoders I found where quite
too expensive for my project. I am using Bournes ECW... mechanical encoders
now, which I gor from Farnell for about $4 apice. Not as nice as optical, but
cheaper...
If you find something better, mail me
>
>    I also need an LDC dot matrix display with 8x1 characters. Any ideas?
I use dot matrix modules with 8/4 bit interface, you can get them for a few
dollars everywhere...

>
>    Thanks
Bye,

Aki

1998\02\06@083332 by Keith Howell

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Alvaro_Deibe_Diaz? wrote:

> I am looking for a potentiometer-like encoder with pushbutton,

The one I use comes from a company called Alps.
They have no end of types with different sizes, shaft length,
with clicks, without clicks.

By pushbutton do you mean one integrated into the encoder?
I've never seen those.

> select data from a menu

I've done the same thing, with a 2x20 flourescent display.

How many of these things do you envisage needing?

1998\02\06@105429 by bam-mon

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=?us-ascii?Q?Alvaro_Deibe_Diaz?= wrote:
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>    Hi.
>
>    I am looking for a potentiometer-like encoder with pushbutton, to manual
> select data from a menu in a 16C73 based project. I've found Oak Grigsby
> ones, but are a bit on the expensive side for my application. Do you know
> where can I find such a thing?
>
Try BOURNS or ALPS, they've got a lot lot of encoders

>    I also need an LDC dot matrix display with 8x1 characters. Any ideas?
>
Sounds like the standard ones, like LTN-211 from Philips, also available
from Hitachi and ... and ... and ...

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1998\02\06@113108 by Alvaro Deibe Diaz

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  Yes, the encoder I'm looking for has the ability of pressing down the
shaft (knob) like a button. The one I have is a 701 series from Oak
Grigsby, but is too expensive for me.

  ?How can I contact Alps?

  The LCD I need have to be small, so I look for a 8 char by 1 row LCD or
similar. The ones I have are too big to fit in the box (16x1 and 16x2), and
I really don't need 16 characters.

  The application is a musical line (sorry, I don't know how to translate
"hilo musical"). I hope we'll do about a hundred of this things.

  Thanks.

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Asunto: Re: encoder and lcd

Alvaro_Deibe_Diaz? wrote:

> I am looking for a potentiometer-like encoder with pushbutton,

The one I use comes from a company called Alps.
They have no end of types with different sizes, shaft length,
with clicks, without clicks.

By pushbutton do you mean one integrated into the encoder?
I've never seen those.

> select data from a menu

I've done the same thing, with a 2x20 flourescent display.

How many of these things do you envisage needing?

1998\02\06@165944 by William Chapman

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Digikey carries a few.  They range in price from $2.50 (no detents, with
slotted-post screwdirver adjustment), to $18 optical encoders with switch.

There is one in there that is a 2-bit mechanical encoder w/push switch for
about $7.50 but I haven't tried it yet.

I believe there is a Parallax application notes that details quadrature
decoding and includes source for a 16C54.

---Will Chapman


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1998\02\09@051321 by Steve Lawther

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    For the small LCD, try Batron (i don't have an address, but their
    small 16x1 and 16x2 LCDs are sold by Farnell, and I'm sure Batron do
    8x1)
   
       Steve Lawther


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    <snip>
  The LCD I need have to be small, so I look for a 8 char by 1 row LCD or
similar. The ones I have are too big to fit in the box (16x1 and 16x2), and
I really don't need 16 characters.
    <snip>

1998\02\09@073553 by Diego Sorrentino

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       Re:  Hi , if you need a dot matrix display you can try with the
POWERTIP line,
       I'm using it in a 16C63 based project and it works quite well,
also it is
       very easy to use.
       Now I can't remember the web sites names where you can find
useful information
       about them but if you type "powertip" in a good search engine
you will find them.

       --Diego Sorrentino

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