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    Incremental Rotary Encoder, Shaft, 5000 ppr

    Favourable price optical shaft encoder adopts stainless steel shaft, high reliability, high resolution 5000 ppr, high quality, several output modes to choose, manufacturer direct sale. Incremental rotary encoder has 52mm shell diameter and 8mm shaft diameter.
    SKU: ATO-IRE-5000PS
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Incremental optical rotary encoders with 5000 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.


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


    Basics Model ATO-S5808G-5000BM
    Weight 100 g
    Wiring Color Red Black Green White Yellow Brown Gray Orange
    Signal Vcc GND A B Z A- B- Z-
    Mechanical properties Maximum shaft speed (r/min) 5000
    Starting torque <0.03Nm (25℃)
    Maximum shaft load Radial load: 50N, axial load: 20N
    Shock resistance 50G/11ms
    Anti-vibration 10G (10~2000Hz)
    Rotational inertia 4X10-8kgm2
    Operating temperature -30~+85℃ (-22~+185℉)
    Storage temperature -35~+95℃ (-31~+203℉)
    Protection Level IP51
    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

    Model selection:

    Shaft type Diameter of shell Diameter of shaft Connection type Cable length * Resolution Production identifier Z signal Z signal wavelength Output mode * Voltage *
    S: Shaft 58: 58mm 8: 8mm G: Cable edge output 1: 1m
    2: 2m
    3: 3m
    4: 4m
    5000: 5000 ppr B M: Output 1 if receiving Z signal Default: 1T C: Open-collector NPN
    CP: Open-collector PNP
    T: Voltage ouput NPN+R
    P: Push-pull output NPN+PNP
    L: Line driver 26LS31
    K: Line driver 7272
    5: +5VDC
    830: +8~30VDC

    Note: * denotes optional parameters, you can select parameters in drop-down lists to finish your order. Some customizable parameters can't be selected from the lists directly, please contact customer service staff for further communication.

    Tips: How to use rotary encoder to detect linear displacement?

    1. Use a flexible coupling to connect the rotary encoder directly to the main shaft of the power unit that drives the linear displacement.
    2. Use a small gear (spur gears, bevel gears or worm gear) box to connect with the power unit.
    3. Use a gear rotating on a spur rack to transfer linear displacement information.
    4. Get linear displacement information on the drive chain sprocket.
    5. Obtain linear displacement information on the timing belt of the timing belt pulley.
    6. Use rotary encoders that are equipped with magnetic rollers to obtain displacement information on linear displaced flat steel surfaces (avoid slip).
    7. Use retractable wire assembly like a steel tape to connect the rotary encoder to detect linear displacement information (data processing need to overcome the stack winding error).
    8. Similar to 7, use retractable wire assembly with a small torque motor to connect a rotary encoder to detect linear displacement information (there are similar products in Germany at the moment, with a complex structure and almost no stack winding error).
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