- Write your code on MATLAB and import the function as a Simulink block. See how that is done here.
- Attach External Interrupt block to pins 2 and 3 to call an Interrupt Service Routine (ISR) function. The ISR will then perform bitwise comparison of the two inputs to increment/decrement the counts.
Read rotary encoder from Arduino Uno in Simulink
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Apostolos Vrontos on 20 Mar 2020
I can easily read the counts in Matlab (like this: https://de.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/arduinoio/ug/control-rotary-encoder-knob.html), but not in Sumulink! Can someone tell me how it is the correct way to read the counts in real-time in Simulink?
Pranav Murali on 23 Mar 2020
I understand that you are trying to read the counts from a rotary encoder using Simulink. Although Simulink doesn't have a block to interface a rotary encoder at present, it can possibly be achieved in two ways:
The idea behind the second approach is to implement the rotaryEncoder function through existing Simulink blocks.
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Hasan Falah on 30 Jun 2020
I’m using arduino Due to read incremental rotary encoder by simulink, there is no block in sinulink to do that.
I tried with external interrupt example in matlab 2020a but it is reading only in one direction and just increasing, so it should be readings in clockwise and counterclockwise.
Aslo I tried with encoder S-Function in Device Driver examples but also does not work.
Your help please .....
Daniel Velazquez on 5 Jul 2021
Hi, thanks for the encoder part.
Attached is a preliminary implementation of a PID Speed Controller for a DC motor with encoder.
The circuit is a low side FET to the pin 5 of the ATMEGA (PWM output) and pins 2 and 3 go to the encoders as input.
The PID parameters and scopes are tuneable.