Incremental Interface Encoders

  • Manufactured by: Posital Fraba


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Product Description:
Incremental rotary encoders generate an output signal each time the shaft rotates a certain angle. The number of signals (pulses) per turn defines the resolution of the device. The incremental encoder does not output an absolute position, which makes the internal components of the encoder much simpler and more economical.

Besides position tracking, incremental encoders are often used to determine velocity. The position in relation to the starting point can be calculated by counting the number of pulses. The velocity can be retrieved by dividing the number of pulses by the measured time interval.

Many applications require a simple, cost effective solution for accurate positioning. IXARC incremental encoders provide high resolution measurement using an incremental interface. They are available with common configurations such as A, B, Z, and inverted signals available as HTL (Push-Pull) or TTL (RS422).

  • Any PPR up to 16384 Available
  • Flexible Scaling Functionality
  • Compact Size Down to 36 mm Ø
  • Optional Stainless Steel and Heavy Duty Housings Available
  • High Shock and Vibration Resistance
Applications

IXARC incremental encoders are ideal for various industries due to their small size and excellent performance. Their economical magnetic design makes them ideal for motor speed feedback, material handling applications and OEMs.