I’m fairly new to ESPHome and yaml and I’m wondering if someone could please help me with an easy way to convert the running pulses from a 360ppr rotary encoder into RPM.
In Arduino IDE I’m able to write it using an interrupt to pull the old value and then a second later take another value from this running count and then divide 360 because the PPR is 360 and then multiply by 60 to get the RPM.
So basically ((NewCount - OldCount)/360*60)
My issue is that I am not very jacked up on ESPHome and still learning. I’ve got it to the point where I’m counting each pulse from the encoder, but I have no idea how to take a value from it in ESPHome and have it accurate to 1s?
Please could you advise me or show me a method.
This is my first post so I’m unsure as to how to attached my code like everyone else does
Have you looked at the Pulse Meter component? It returns a time between pulses, if you know the number of pulses per revolution you could then calculate the RPM.
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