Page: 1 2 3 Next

Parts by Number Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
78211401177-1 Carlton-Bates Company EATON Encoder Rotary Contactor Encoder 2400 RPM 1 PPR
40312363589-1 Carlton-Bates Company OMRON Encoder Component Rotary Encoder Coupling Rigid, 6mm Shaft Opening Models: E6B2-C, E6C2-C, E6D-C, E6C-N, E6CP-A

Conduct Research Top

  • Optical Rotary Encoders: The Basics
    On every factory, and on every shop floor, something is rotating and someone wants to monitor it. Enter the optical rotary encoder. Encoders transform mechanical rotary motion into a sequence of electrical pulses, which are in turn monitored for display or control functions through a counter
  • Optimized Scanning in Absolute Rotary Encoders
    Rotary encoders for electrical drives are subject to high requirements: they are expected to function reliably and provide dependable measurement data in spite of their often harsh environments. The optimized scanning principle- made possible by the serial-coded absolute track - meets
  • Optical Incremental and Absolute Rotary Encoders
    with a pattern of opaque and clear lines normally engraved or deposited on the surface of the disk. A light source shines on the code disk, and the transmitted light is passed through the code disk to a photodetector such as a linear array. Rotary encoders usually have two or more tracks making it possible
  • Pros and Cons of Absolute vs. Incremental Rotary Encoders
    encoder is generally more susceptible to electrical noise. Image 1: Incremental Disc Applications with higher requirement regarding precision often rely on absolute rotary encoders. Especially when it is complicated or not possible at all to return to the reference point.
  • Re-Inventing the Rotary Encoder: The No-Compromise IXARC from POSITAL
    Designers of motion control or industrial automation systems who need to measure the. rotation of shafts or other mechanical components have had two types of rotary. encoders to choose from. Encoders based on optical measurement technologies can. provide high levels of precision and dynamic
  • Rotary encoders for motors
    times a special sensor called an encoder is attached to the motor shaft to monitor rpm. Encoders generate one or more series of pulse trains that feed to the motor-drive electronics. From these pulses, the drive determines motor rpm, direction of rotation, and even the amount of rotation far more
  • Various Interfaces for Rotary Encoders
    The wiring of multiple bit parallel encoders for a multi-axis application is very time consuming. The synchronous-serial-interface is an alternative interface option for such applications. How it works: The position value is transmitted synchronously to a clock signal sent from the control system
  • Rotary Encoders for Highly Dynamic Servo Drives (.pdf)
    in the control loops. The position encoders used are an important factor in the control quality of the drive. The position resolution and the position error within one signal period are distinctly in the foreground. The selection of a certain encoder technology is strongly dependent on the accuracy requirements

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire