Incremental linear encoder MT100-HY38-1000
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An encoder is a device that converts motion into an electrical signal. This signal can be read by a control device such as a pulse counter or PLC. Control devices can use this signal to control a process whose occurrence is dependent on the fulfillment of a condition, such as activation of a print head and printing on items in the correct location. Incremental encoders provide a signal in the form of a pulse wave with a high or low state, which allows recognition of the direction of rotation. They are characterized by the inability to determine a specific position, it is only possible to examine the movement from one position to another.
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pic Incremental Linear Push Pull Encoder MT100-HY38
|Power supply||5-26 VDC|
|Encoder resolution||1000 imp/rev|
|Encoder output type||Push-pull|
|Encoder output signals||ABZ|
|Maximum encoder output frequency||100kHz|
|Encoder connection||Cable 2m|
|Maximum operating current of the encoder||40mA|
How is the signal formed in the encoder?
The encoder resolution is a parameter that determines the number of pulses that are generated during one full revolution of the encoder. The higher this value is, the more accurate the positioning. The number of encoder applications in industry is very large. Cutting to length, plotters, industrial robots, packaging, belt conveying, sorting, filling are all examples of issues involving encoders.
Fig. Incremental encoder - construction.
Fig. Wire markings, dimensions.
Fig. Connection with CI8 pulse counter.
movie. Wire encoder + Termipol CI8 pulse counter application.
- Encoder resolution
- Encoder output type
- Encoder output signals
- Maximum encoder output frequency
- Encoder shaft diameter
- Encoder connection
- 2m cable
- Cable/connector placement
- Maximum operating current of the encoder
- Degree of protection
- Max. speed
- 5000 obr/min-1
- Power supply
- 5-26 VDC
- Rozdzielczość linki enkodera
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