Where did you find those pots?
They look great !
Actually they aren´t manufactured anymore, at least from that specific manufacturer. Don´t know wether someone else might produce them. Gladly got them from a leftoverstock.
Anyone have any tips for 25mm encoders with <2mm lugs? I’m really struggling to find one for my self-source Shruthi. The Alps one I have (EC12E2424407) is great, only 5mm too short for the metal cases. The 24PPR/24-click Bourns one from Mouser (PEC11R-4220F-S0024) is the right height, but the lugs are 0.5mm too wide to go through the PCB.
I’ll ask the price from GG445 link for bigger quantity.
uh oh, that encoder adrian linked to already has an “end of life” notice - so get them while you can!
Mic – hopefully the new 12R series will have arrived by the time these run out.
So i’ve to found a pot with D-Shaft or a knob without if i’m not wrong…
The standard knobs are also available in a knurled fashion… Finding a knurled panel mounted pot is a lot easier. But panel mounted D-shaft pots are also available.
Thanks, I will check for the knurled knob…
Just to share my experience with PEC11 Bourns encoders.
I know these do not fit the MI PCBs. But in case some of you would still want to use them while cutting the 2 lugs that maintain the encoders on the board, be very careful when you try to remove the knobs from the encoders.
I find it sometimes difficult to remove a knob from those encoders and I killed 1 or 2 while trying to remove the knob. This is no problem if the 2 lugs are soldered tho… so think twice before cutting the 2 lugs
You can also carefully trim the 2 mounting lugs so that they fit. It is an imperfect solution, but it worked for me on my MI Euro module tester and still gives you some extra security