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Rotary Encoder
Rotary encoder is a displacement sensor that integrates mechanical, optical and electrical technologies. It is mainly used for speed measurement, positioning, counting and other applications.

Complete models: 

The product series includes solid shaft, hollow shaft, half-hollow shaft and cone shaft models, servo-specific encoders, and wire encoders.

Such as:
Size: Φ25mm/Φ30mm/Φ38mm/Φ48mm/Φ58mm/Φ60mm/Φ80mm/Φ100mm
Resolution: 

100PPR/200PPR/300PPR/360PPR/400PPR/500PPR/600PPR/1000PPR/1024PPR/2000PPR/2048PPR/2500PPR

/5000PPR


Rotary encoder is a displacement sensor that integrates mechanical, optical and electrical technologies. Through photoelectric conversion, mechanical displacement such as angular displacement and angular velocity can be converted into corresponding electrical pulses. It is mainly used for speed measurement, positioning, counting and other applications.


All series are metal housings, high protection level 

Optimized circuit design, good EMC and high accuracy

Multiple output type options

Installation size compatible with mainstream brands, easy to replace

Components are well-known brands, guaranteed

Small size, light weight and easy installation 

Suitable for a variety of automation equipment

Can be customized


Here we take the S25S series as an example. For more details about the all other series, please download and refer to the product brochure.

Here we take the S25S series as an example. For more details about the all other series, please download and refer to the product brochure.

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Sensor HNC Rotary Encoder Catalog-2020
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