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    Incremental Rotary Encoder, Blind Shaft, 1500 ppr

    $288.62
    Cheap price optical incremental encoder adopts blind shaft, small installation dimension, high resolution, high quality, line interface with waterproof protection, several output modes to choose.
    SKU: ATO-IRE-1500PB
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Incremental optical rotary encoders with 1500 ppr can be used for robots, workbenches, injection molding machines, electronic equipment, printing and packaging machinery, non-standard equipment and CNC machine, a variety of office automation systems, industrial automation control and measurement fields.

    Features:

    • Incremental rotary encoder internal adopts ASIC devices
    • High reliability, long life
    • Anti-jamming performance
    • Small size, light weight, compact structure
    • Easy installation

    Specification:

    Basics Model ATO-IRE1500PB
    Weight 100 g
    Wiring Color White Black Red Green Yellow Brown Gray Orange Shielded wire
    Signal Vcc 0V A B Z A- B- Z- GND
    Mechanical properties Maximum speed per minute (r/min) 5000
    Starting torque 1.5*10-3Nm (25℃)
    Maximum load Radial load: 20N, axial load: 10N
    Shock resistance 980m/s2
    Anti-vibration 50m/s2 (10~200Hz)
    Rotational inertia 4X10-8kgm2
    Operating temperature -20~85℃
    Storage temperature -20~95℃
    Protection Level IP54
    Electrical characteristics Output circuit Open-collector output Voltage output Push-pull output Line driver output
    Supply voltage Vcc DC 5V±0.2 DC 5~24V DC 5V±0.2 DC 5~24V DC 5V±0.2 DC 5~24V DC5V±0.2 DC 5~24V
    Current consumption ≤60mA ≤60mA ≤60mA ≤100mA
    Output high level ≥3.5V ≥Vcc-2.5V - - ≥2.5V ≥Vcc-2.5V
    Output low level ≤0.5V ≤0.5V - - ≤0.5V ≤1.0V
    Rise time Tr ≤500ns ≤1500ns - - ≤200ns ≤500ns
    Fall time Tf ≤100ns ≤300ns - - ≤200ns ≤200ns
    Maximum frequency response 0~100kHz 0~100kHz 0~100kHz 0~100kHz 0~100kHz 0~100kHz

    Tips: What are the use of A and B channels?
    The A- and B- channels are the inverse of the A and B channels. It means that when signal A is high, signal A- is low, and when A is low, A- is high. This usually minimizes noise. Some inputs accept both A and A- signals and then compare the two signals to help eliminate common-mode noise propagating on the wires. The received pulse can only be acknowledged if signal A is high and signal A- is low. This applies to any channel with complementary signals, signal A is only an example. This is commonly referred to as differential output.

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