My own SEQ4 - illuminated Enconders

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My own SEQ4 - illuminated Enconders


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No, they´re not. They are illuminated encoders with translucent caps.

I tried to build something like this on my own, but then I found these encoders and they were way cheaper.

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have a link? they look very nice :] how do you have them programmed in?

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They are available here, but I also saw them with Mouser in US and a few others. I got mine on ebay, so I could not really tell about any experiences with this distributors. The translucent caps I got from Conrad.

They are quite easy to implement. Besides the connectors for the encoder they have connectors for the switch and for the built in leds, wich share the same ground line. You just connect the leds like any other dual-colored led to a dout module and enjoy...

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