Absolute Encoders use resolver shaft transducers.

Absolute Encoders use resolver shaft transducers.

Multiplexed, scaleable, absolute encoders convert up to 16 shaft inputs to BCD or binary information, corresponding directly to shaft angle with accuracy of ±1 pt. in 3600. Suited to severe electrical (EMI) and physical environments, encoders accomplish channel selection via binary address. Any output scale factor desired can be provided. Data outputs are TTL compatible, and data transfer and...

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Optical Encoders operate at 7,000 rpm.

Optical Encoders operate at 7,000 rpm.

Self-contained RHS15, RS15, RCH20, and RCH25 hollow shaft encoders have 0.060 in. chrome glass code disk, 3 channels for A, B, and index, and single light source. RHS15 has 1.6 in. OD package, frequency response up to 200 kHz, and resolution of 1250 ppr. RS15 has same size and resolution, but face mounting configuration. RCH20 commutation encoder has 2.0 in. OD with resolution of 8192 ppr. RCH25...

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Encoder Tester utilizes DIN rail mount package.

Encoder Tester utilizes DIN rail mount package.

Encoder Tester accepts inputs from any incremental optical encoder and provides intuitive LED status indicators for each channel under test. Unit comes with section of DIN rail for mounting, along with connection diagrams that illustrate its use with all standard types of incremental encoder outputs. Design and mounting make it suitable for incremental encoder bench test requirements and small...

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Absolute Encoders offer resolution from 2 to 32,768 ppr.

Absolute Encoders offer resolution from 2 to 32,768 ppr.

CoreTech® CA20 Series features factory configurable sensor module that allows for creation of any resolution from 2 to 32,768 ppr. Encoders include electronic zero position set and parallel or SSI absolute output. They utilize hybrid OPTO-ASIC and small code disk to condense position information into one circular barcode track. Second analog sine/cosine track supplies additional data. Both...

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Optical Shaft Encoder is suitable for harsh environments.

Optical Shaft Encoder is suitable for harsh environments.

Superseal encoder, built on Model 725 Size 25 Optical Shaft Encoder platform, adds double o-rings to case seal and 2 Teflon® seals to bearing assembly. Double case, within sealed encoder design, provides protection for critical components. Additional sealing around cable ports and connector options such as Turck Eurofast® are included. Unit withstands caustic, fine dust, and saline environments...

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Encoders utilize programmable sensor module.

Encoders utilize programmable sensor module.

CoreTech® incremental encoders offer incremental counts from 1 to 8,192, while absolute encoders feature resolution between 2 and 32,768 steps. Both are supplied in solid shaft, hub shaft, and hollow shaft versions and 2 in., 2.5 in., and 60 mm housings. Incremental encoders feature electrical bandwidth up to 820 kHz and firmware generated marker pulse of 90° or 180°. Absolute versions can be...

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Rotary Encoder suits tight constraint applications.

Frameless Incremental Rotary Encoder MOD 700 Series is Opto-ASIC configured into small caliper for PCB mounting. It measures 17.7 x 9.6 x 8.89 mm and offers resolutions to 2,540 PPR (Pulse Per Revolution). Encoder has 0.030 in. air gap for mounting without tight tolerance constraints. Chip also offers 5 V TTL dual channel quadrature output and index. Stainless steel code disk has optical radii...

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Encoders offer various output options.

Encoders offer various output options.

Model 775 and 776 Slim Line Thru-Bore Encoders are available with protective cover that increases sealing capabilities. Model 775 and 776 measure .840 and 1.36 in. thick and offers bore sizes to 1.375 and 1.875 in., respectively. Both feature noise and electrostatic discharge immunity. Rated to 100°C, they provide resolutions to 4,096 CPR, and are available with phenolic inserts for electrical...

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Magnetic Encoders handle harsh environments.

Magnetic Encoders handle harsh environments.

Series EK6210 encoders measure motion in environments with shock and vibration, dust, oil, moisture, and salt spray. Kits include encoder wheel up to 10 in. dia, magnetoresistive sensor, and line-driver outputs for 2 incremental channels in quadrature. Series EK6310 provides 3-channel versions. Encoders have resolution up to 4500 CPR. Applications include control of ac motors, engine testing,...

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Shaft Clamps are standard on encoders.

Shaft Clamps are standard on encoders.

Accu-Coder(TM) hollow shaft and thru-bore encoders offer shaft clamp mounting mechanism, which grips all surfaces of shaft evenly and is less likely than set screw arrangement to slip in presence of heavy vibration. Clamp will not mar or score shaft.

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