Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Theremino Master V5
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USB-A to B Cable
×1
SparkFun usb
×1
Microchip PIC24
×1
Theremino Master V4 PCB
×1
Software apps and online services:
Microsoft Windows 10
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Microsoft Visual Studio 2015

Schematics

Theremino MASTER release 5
The Master is needed to connect the encoder to the PC.
Theremino master v5 h9kgq5yw1g

Code

Code to read the signal of the A B quadrature encoder.AsciiDoc
Simple projects can use Theremino CounterReader, to read an encoder from a slot and write the value to another, but major applications should use the “CounterReader”. In this way would have access to the function ReadValue, to be called periodically and Reset function that resets the value at any time (What is done by the button “Zero Set” the Counter Reader).
The simplest way to read A B quadrature encoder  using Theremino Master.
download the code form here:
http://www.theremino.com/en/hardware/inputs/sensors#counterreader

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