By the way, Art wrote the hookup scheme... I just reitterated...
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, "Bloy2004" <jmnotions@c...>
> Okay! After not being able to sleep, I got the spindle index
> to register! Apparently there was insufficient contrast between
> background(pulley) and the white reflective tape. Taking a
> of difference of voltage from the contrasts yielded very little
> change. Painting the pulley reading area black solved the
> problem....now get 4.87V black and 10.1mv white! .... which, I
> think, indicates active low.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bloy2004" <jmnotions@c...>
> > this is how it is wired..
> > There are 4 pins on the sensor. Hook the out pin to the printer
> > pin,
> > hook the 5volt to a 5v source, the common pin to the printer
> > pin 25 as
> > well as the 0vdc line of the 5volt supply your using, and for
> > LED, you
> > hook a resistor between L and 0vdc. The value determines how
> > sensitive it
> > is. I used a 200Ohm and it seems to work fine..
> > I have the index-pulse ticked and the timing-pulse ticked in
> > the "input signals". and assigned both to pin 15.
> > What else do I need to do?