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Automation24, Inc. Datasheets for Rotary Encoders

Rotary encoders convert the angular position of a shaft or axle to an analog or digital code. There are two types of rotary encoders, absolute and incremental encoders, which can be controlled by various technologies which include mechanical, optical, magnetic and fiber optic.
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Product Name Notes
The compact incremental encoder RA3100 from ifm electronic has a hollow shaft open to one side with 6 mm diameter for the mechanical connection. The magnetic detection system and the...
The compact incremental encoder RB3100 from ifm electronic has a solid shaft with 6 mm diameter and synchro-flange for the mechanical connection. The magnetic detection system and the resolution of...
The incremental encoder ROP520 from ifm electronic with a hollow shaft open to one side (diameter 12 mm) can be installed directly on the drive. The magnetic detection system and...
The incremental encoder RU3100 from ifm electronic has a 6 mm solid shaft and synchro-flange for the mechanical connection. The magnetic detection system and the resolution of 1-10,000 (factory setting...
The incremental encoder RUP500 from ifm electronic with 6 mm solid shaft and synchro-flange can be connected with an optional flexible coupling to the drive. The magnetic detection system and...
The incremental encoder RVP510 from ifm electronic, with a 10 mm solid shaft and clamping flange, can be connected to the drive with an optional flexible coupling. The magnetic detection...