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High Accuracy with Mini Encoders

Allerod, Denmark— Using the latest SMD and bonding technology, these miniature hollow shaft encoders are made with an outer diameter of only 24 mm, and are especially resistant to shock and vibration. They count 2,000 pulses per revolution and a maximum frequency of 200 kHz. Counting the leading and trailing edges of both channels provides four times the resolution, which means that the ...

By Staff March 1, 1998

Allerod, Denmark— Using the latest SMD and bonding technology, these miniature hollow shaft encoders are made with an outer diameter of only 24 mm, and are especially resistant to shock and vibration. They count 2,000 pulses per revolution and a maximum frequency of 200 kHz. Counting the leading and trailing edges of both channels provides four times the resolution, which means that the quadrature signal arrangement permits the 2,000 cycle encoder to deliver 8,000 pulseper-revolution. Scancon has made a wide range of spring couplings and flanges to make it easy for designers to mount the encoders on different motors.

Scancon A/S