Incremental rotary encoder HTx36
absoluteHall effect12-bit

incremental rotary encoder
incremental rotary encoder
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incremental, absolute
Hall effect
Absolute encoder resolution
12-bit, 14-bit
solid-shaft, hollow-shaft, single-turn, multi-turn, synchro-flange
Output signal
analog, digital, voltage output, commutation, DC output, 4-20 mA, SSI, with serial interface
Supply voltage
24 Vdc, 15VDC, 12 Vdc, 5 VDC
aluminum, stainless steel
Protection level
vibration-resistant, shock resistant, IP40, maintenance-free, short circuit-proof, for harsh environments, rugged, IP55, impact-resistant, waterproof, EMC, shockproof, IP67, IP50, magnetically shielded, IP66, IP65, IP20, IP54, IP30
industrial, for motors, for OEM, for elevators, for robotics, exterior
Other characteristics
high-resolution, programmable, high-speed, for motor feedback, redundant, galvanically-isolated, IC, with integrated coupling
Flange size

Max.: 36 mm
(1 in)

Min.: 33 mm
(1 in)

Housing diameter

Max.: 36,000 µm
(1.42 in)

Min.: 36 µm

36,000 µm
(1.42 in)

Shaft diameter

Max.: 12 mm
(0 in)

Min.: 4 mm
(0 in)

6 mm, 8 mm
(0 in, 0 in)


Max.: 54.3 mm
(2.138 in)

Min.: 33.5 mm
(1.319 in)

40.5 mm
(1.594 in)

Rotational speed

Max.: 12,000 rpm
(75,398 rad.min-1)

Output frequency

Max.: 100 kHz

Min.: 10 kHz

Process temperature

Max.: 80 °C
(176 °F)

Min.: -40 °C
(-40 °F)


HTx36 encoder - robust, ball bearing, sealed, with solid or hollow shaft The encoders of the HTx36 series are specially designed for use between simple applications and heavy-duty applications. The contactless encoders in the Ø36 mm metal housing can be precisely matched to the respective area of ​​application thanks to their numerous electronic and mechanical options. Whether as incremental or absolute value encoders, they cover a wide range of applications and, depending on the output electronics, are used in systems, laboratory devices and medical devices, for example. The HTx36 encoder family is one of the most robust encoders with magnetic sensor technology in the MEGATRON product range. This is due to the solid aluminium housing, the high IP protection class and a double ball-bearing stainless steel shaft that withstands high axle loads and allows high actuation speeds. The signal processing is digital and based on magnetic recording of measured values. The gradient-based evaluation ensures high interference immunity, e.g. B. against temperature fluctuations and EMC influences achieved. This technology leaves the disadvantages of conventional Hall sensors far behind. HTx36 rotary encoders are designed for maximum service life and even surpass the robust optical data acquisition. The number of defects or failures in rotary encoders with this technological design is practically zero, even after decades of use. In addition, the concept also allows timely customer-specific adjustments on the basis of a clearly structured price model. Typical modifications are, for example, customer-specific shaft geometries, signal output functions, special cable lengths.


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