Totem pole output Z48 rotary encoder module external diameter 48mm hole 8mm customizable
About Encoder Vibration
Vibration acting on an encoder always cause wrong pulse easily.
So we have to pay more attention to encoder working place.
The more pulse per round, the narrower groovy spacing of grating, ore effect to encoder by vibration, when motor speed is low or even stopped, vibration acting on encoder shaft or encoder shell would cause grating vibration, in this way, encoder might show wrong pulse signal.
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Z48 encoder Product introduction
|Encoder type||bearingless encoder|
|Dimension of limiting slot||30mm, depth 2.4mm|
|Hollow shaft type||through hole|
|Output phase||Phase A+,B+,Z+,A-,B-,Z-,U+,V+,W+,U-,V-,W-|
|Supply voltage||DC5V ; DC8-30V|
|Outlet type||Cable out from side|
|Output mode||NPN/(Open Collector Output)|
|line drive (26LS31) TTL|
|line drive(DC8-30V) HTL|
|Consumption current||100mA MAX|
|Top response frequency||300KHZ|
|Insulation strength||AC500V 60s|
|GND||not connect to encoder|
|Mark to Space ratio||45% to 55%|
|Environmental temperature||Operating:-20 ～+80°；storage:-25 ～+90°|
|Environmental humidity||Operating and storage: 35-85%RH(noncondensing)|
|Net weight||About 60g (with package)|
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Signal Circuit of encoder
1. The NPN Open Collector -- The NPN Open Collector(NPN) is an interface based on an output circuit with an NPN transistor.
An open collector is the unconnected collector connection of an NPN transistor, whose emitter is connected to earth and whose collector is connected to the output.
2. PNP output
The PNP output is an interface based on an output circuit with a PNP transistor.
3. Push-Pull output(HTL)
High Voltage Transistor Logic functions with a voltage supply in the range 10 and 30 V DC, with 24 V DC being the most usual.
“Low” is defined as an output of between 0 V and 3 V and “high” as between VCC and VCC - 3.5 V.
4. TTL RS-422 output
In a transistor-transistor logic (TTL), both the logical status and the amplification are done by transistors, hence the name.
The TTL output is supplied with either a fixed 5 V voltage or a variable voltage of between 10 and 32 V. For this the low range is defined as the ≤ 0.4 V and the high range as ≥ 2.4 V.