Light, medium-duty encoders

AutomationDirect's light- and medium-duty encoders are designed for small applications and feature reinforced aluminum die cast casing and have an operating temperature range of -10 to +70 C.

11/19/2012


AutomationDirect's light- and medium-duty encoders are designed for small applications and feature reinforced aluminum die cast casing and have an operating temperature range of -10 to +70 degrees C. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect's Koyo inch-size stainless steel solid-shaft light- and medium-duty encoders are effective for small applications. 

The TRDA-2E series light-duty encoders have a 0.25-inch diameter stainless steel solid shaft and offer resolutions from 100 to 2,500 pulses per revolution. The encoders are fitted with a two-meter cable with tinned ends and are available with 12-24 V dc open-collector or 5 V dc line-driver outputs; the series provides up to 200 kHz response frequency.

The TRDA-20 series medium-duty encoders have a 0.375-inch diameter stainless steel solid shaft and offer resolutions from 100 to 2,500 pulses per revolution. The encoders are fitted with a two-meter cable with tinned ends and are available with 5-30 V dc totem-pole (push/pull) or 5 V dc line-driver outputs; the series provides up to 200 kHz response frequency.

The TRDA-25 series medium-duty encoders have a 0.375-in. dia. stainless steel solid shaft and offer resolutions from 100 to 2,500 pulses per revolution. Fitted with a military-style connector, these encoders also have a removable 2.5-inch round flange. Available with 5-30 V dc totem-pole (push/pull) or 5 V dc line-driver outputs, the series provides up to 200 kHz response frequency. 

All TRDA encoders feature a reinforced aluminum die cast casing, have an operating temperature range of -10 to +70 C, and have no mounting restrictions. Flexible encoder couplings in aluminum and glass reinforced resin, servo mount brackets, mounting brackets and flanges also are available.

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