Features 2.5" Opto-ASIC Encoder with a Low Profile (2.0") Standard Bore Sizes Ranging from 0.625" to 1.125" Metric Bore Sizes Ranging from 6 mm to 28 mm Single Replacement Solution For 2.0" to 3.5" Encoders Resolutions to 10,000 CPR; Frequencies to 1 MHz ...
2.5" Opto-ASIC Encoder with a Low Profile (2.0")
Standard Bore Sizes Ranging from 0.625" to 1.125"
Metric Bore Sizes Ranging from 6 mm to 28 mm
Single Replacement Solution For 2.0" to 3.5" Encoders
Resolutions to 10,000 CPR; Frequencies to 1 MHz
Versatile Flexible Mounting Options
Representing the next generation of high performance encoders, the Model 25T features the largest thru-bore available in a 2.5" encoder, mounting directly on shafts as large as 1.125" or 28 mm. With resolutions of up to 10,000 CPR, and Frequencies of up to 1MHz this industrial strength encoder is perfect for fast revving motors. The 25T features the next generation of EPC's proprietary Opto-ASIC sensor which provides superior accuracy and precision counts. The injection molded housing, made from EPC's custom blend of nylon composites, is grooved with "cooling fins" and can take the extreme heat of the motion control industry. With sealing available of up to IP66 and many new rugged flexible mounting options, the Model 25T can perform in demanding industrial environments. This revolutionary new 2.5" encoder truly is unlike any other.
The Basics Of How An Encoder Works
Before you can fully understand how an encoder works, you should first understand what an encoder is and what it does. An encoder is a sensing device that provides feedback from the physical world-- it converts motion to an electrical signal which can be read by some type of control device, such as a counter or PLC. The control device can then use that signal to control a conditional event, such as activating a print head to create a mark at a specific location.
There are several variables to consider when choosing an encoder. The most common are mounting style, resolution, output type, frequency response, accuracy, and electrical connections. Environment also plays a role: specifically, encoders must withstand a range of conditions such as moisture and dust that can seep into internal optics and electronics. Sealed encoders are available to address this. Encoders are also available that address other environmental conditions, including exposure to corrosive and caustic chemicals and ambient temperatures that reach up to 120° C.
Encoder Products Company Introduces the Programmable Model 25SP Encoder
Encoder Products Company (EPC), a leading designer and worldwide manufacturer of motion sensing devices, has introduced the all new Model 25SP – a programmable encoder in the industry-standard Size 25 package (2.5" x 2.5", or 63.5 mm). Contained with...22 Nov 2016
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