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Carlen Controls, 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
GENERAL The CC450-AE Absolute Encoder is used as a position feedback device where absolute measurement is required. It is a rugged electrical device and should be transformer coupled to the...
GENERAL AA = Absolute Analog The 450AA is a device that produces a voltage whose magnitude varies linearly with the angular position of its shaft. The device consists of a...
GENERAL The CC451AEMT Multiturn Absolute Encoder is used as a position feedback device where absolute measurement is required. It is a rugged electrical device and does not contain any shock-sensitive...
GENERAL The maximum resolution per turn is 13 bits (8192 positions) at 8192 turns, standard coding for the output is Natural Binary or Gray Code. A reset input is provided...