Hengstler ICURO RI41 Incremental Encoder From cost-aware standard types through to extremely robust heavy-duty products, HENGSTLER can supply the right incremental rotary encoder for every application. With optical incremental rotary encoders, a line-coded disc made of metal, plastic or glass and mounted on a rotary bearing interrupts a beam of light from a light-emitting diode.
The number of lines determines the resolution, i.e. the number of measured points in one revolution. The interruptions of the light beam are sensed by the receptor element and electronically processed. The information is then made available as a rectangular signal at the encoder output. HENGSTLER can provide rotary encoders with up to 10,000 pulses per revolution.
Economical small encoder, well suited to use in woodworking machines, miniature motors, graphical machinery, and table-top robots, because it can have up to 3600 lines and is designed for high performance.
Hengstler ICURO RI41 Features
- Replacement for type RIM
- Economical small encoder
- Up to 14,400 steps with 3,600 lines
- High mechanical performance
- Fields of application e.g. woodworking machines, Miniature motors, Graphics machinery, Table-top robots
|Ordering Information||Rotary Encoder RI41|
|Function / Application||Incremental|
|Housing Diameter [mm]||40 mm|
|Solid- / Hollow Shaft||Solid 6 mm|
|Protection Rating Housing||IP50|
|Operating Temperature [°C]||-10 … +70 °C|
|Revolutions [rpm]||10,000 rpm|
|Number of Pulses||5 … 3600|
|Open Collector NPN|
Download Data Sheet: Incremental Encoder ICURO RI41