Since I work in an RFID industry, it makes sense that I would want to explore this arena. Thankfully with the help of the Netduino forum, I was able to get this working. The one thing I needed to do was to include a reference to
After that, and after I had things wired up correctly, I had pretty good luck.
In this demonstration, I’ve hooked up a rotary encoder to the Netduino with three LEDs. As you turn the knob on the rotary encoder, it increases or decreases a value in the program. Then, based on the value, it will light up or turn off the LEDs.
In this example, I have hooked the Netduino board to a seven segment display along with a potentiometer.