Incremental rotary encoder ETx25K
absoluteHall effect12-bit

incremental rotary encoder
incremental rotary encoder
Add to favorites
Compare this product


incremental, absolute
Hall effect
Absolute encoder resolution
12-bit, 14-bit
single-turn, multi-turn, flange, non-contact, sealed
Output signal
analog, digital, voltage output, commutation, DC output, 4-20 mA, SSI, serial
Supply voltage
24 Vdc, 15VDC, 12 Vdc, 5 VDC
Protection level
shock resistant, dust-proof, IP67, IP40, short circuit-proof
industrial, for motors, for OEM, for elevators, for robotics, exterior
Other characteristics
compact, for motor feedback, bearingless, modular, redundant, galvanically-isolated, IC
Flange size

15 mm
(1 in)

Housing diameter

Min.: 25 mm
(0.98 in)

25 mm
(0.98 in)

Max.: 37 mm
(1.46 in)

Output frequency

Min.: 10 kHz

Max.: 100 kHz

Process temperature

Min.: -40 °C
(-40 °F)

Max.: 85 °C
(185 °F)


ETx25K kit encoders are used for reliable angle measurement from a shaft which is installed in the application: as single turn variant (360°) with analogue, PWM, incremental, SER or SPI output, or as a multiturn variant (up to 72000°) with analogue output. ETx25K can be used up to medium environmental requirements (IP67). Singleturn electronics: ETA25K absolute analogue encoder (ETA25K X redundant version): Provides an absolute analogue signal with 12 bits resolution. ETP25K absolute analogue encoder: Pulswidth output (PWM) ETI25K incremental encoder: With up to 1024 pulses / per revolution and availability of following output signals: TTL, Push-Pull or Open Collector. ETS25K absolute encoder with digital output: 12 bits resolution with SER interface and in 14 bits resolution with SPI interface Multiturn electronics: ETP25K PM multiturn encoder with analogue output, direct programmable on site: The ETA25K PM measures angles from 0…10° up to 0...72000° (absolute).


32 Pages
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.