Incremental rotary encoder IGO x/3
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incremental rotary encoder
incremental rotary encoder
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Characteristics

Type
incremental
Technology
optical
Construction
non-contact
Output signal
analog
Supply voltage
5 VDC
Material
plastic
Protection level
wear-resistant
Applications
for motors
Incremental encoder résolution (pulses per revolution

100 unit, 500 unit

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C
(-40 °F)

Max.: 100 °C
(212 °F)

Description

An optical encoder uses light detectors, an optical grating, and a light source to convert an angular position or motion into an electrical signal. The advantages of using this encoder are the high resolution and the high accuracy. Features of the optical encoders The optical encoders or incremental encoders from KAG work with a forked light barrier and a partially translucent or slotted disk. They are characterised by high resolution as well as pulse counts. All encoders have 2 channels, 90° phase shift and are TTL compatible. Optionally, a 3rd channel with index pulse is also possible. Another possibility is the use of differential outputs (line drivers) for longer supply lines or environments with increased noise levels. • Contactless and wear-free optical incremental encoder • The encoder supplies two TTL-compatible square-wave signals with a phase shift of 110 ° • Mating connector e.g. Molex connector 5-pin type 5051 with contacts type 2759 • Optional: reference pulse • Operating voltage = 5V • For further information, please refer to the respective data sheet

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